NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #64 ~ 04-25-15]


Pete Townsend: “It was incestuous, secretive. Difficult to be a real up-to-the-minute Mod ’cause no cunt would tell you where to get the clothes.” The Mods fighting and fucking in the alleyways of seaside resort towns were followers and parasites who’d merely adopted the poses of the first strains of Mod without any agenda other than raw kicks. They’d seen the fashions, haircuts and dances on Ready, Steady, Go! but they had nothing to do with the cultish London originals who had invented the scene out of wholecloth. True Mods were really too concerned with their clothes to want to ruin them by fighting with worthless rockers.

– Shawn Levy, Ready, Steady. Go: Swinging London And The Invention Of Cool

You may acquire and/or stream NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT Episode 64 HERE.

The contents of the four sets comprising Episode 64 of NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT are as follows:  


The Dells – “Wear It On Our Face” – There Is

The Champs – “Sombrero” – ¡CARAMBA! – Latin-Flavor Instros

The Hygrades – “Somebody’s Gotta Lose Or Win” – The World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia In 1970s Nigeria

Craig Calhill & The Offbeats – “Surfin’ Elephant” – The Surf Creature Vol. 3

Drumbago & The Blenders – “Reggae Jeggae” – Mighty Jah Wid Crown Powers – Reggae Classics & Hidden Treasures

Mickey Hawks And The Night Raiders – “Screamin’ Mimi Jeanie” – Profile 45rpm

Sodsai Chaengkij – “Lady Madonna” – Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol.2

Annie Philippe – “On M’a Toujours Dit” – Tres Chic! More French Girl Singers Of The 1960s

Dennis Herrold – “Make With the Lovin’” – Godfathers Of Psychobilly

“Morning Excercise In the Coded Ether” – Radio Vietnam

Dick Dale And His DelTones – “Misirlou Twist” – Wild Instrumental Party !


Bobby Benson & His Combo – “Niger Mambo” – Highlife On the Move: Selected Nigerian & Ghanaian Recordings from London & Lagos 1954-66

Tyrannosaurus Rex – “Mustang Ford” – My People Were Fair And Had Sky In Their Hair … But Now They’re Content To Wear Stars On Their Brows (mono)

King Tubby – “Fire Dub” – Dread Prophecy: The Strange & Wonderful Story of Yabby You

The Topsy Turbys – “Hey Tiger” – Tougher Than Stains

Los Sander’s De Nana – “El Tramboyito” – Cumbia Beat Vol.1

C.S. Crew – “Bread Power” – Funky Pack

Conjunto Siglo 21 – “Jud Ross” – The Rough Guide To Psychedelic Salsa

The Dominoes – “That’s What You’re Doing to Me” – The Complete Story of Doo Wop, vol. 4: 1952

The Detroit Cobras – “Midnight Blues” – Mink, Rat or Rabbit

Percy Mayfield – “Baby, You’re Rich” – Dizzy Miss Lizzy: The Speciality Story 54-60


Crabby Appleton – “Go Back” – Crabby Appleton

Jimmy Sabater – “Kool It (Here Comes The Fuzz)” – Explosivos (Deep-Soul From The Latin Heart 1966-70)

Lyn Taitt – “Steppin’ Up” – Funky Music Machine

Keyboard – “Think About It” – Hungry Man

Mad Hatters – “I’ll Come Running” – Garage Beat ’66 Vol. 7: That’s How It Will Be!

Charanjit Singh – “Dekho Ham Donon Ki Yaari – Transicord (Double Cross)” – Instrumental Film Tunes

Joe, Ron And George – “Come Back, Baby” – Kicksville Vol. 2

Gino Parks – “Same Thing” – That Cat Was Clean! The Mod Side Of Jazz

Tita Duval Y El Nuevo Ritmo De Bobby Rey – “Batukacuto” – The Afrosound Of Colombia, Vol. 2

Eddie & The Showmen – “Movin’” – Toes On The Nose


The Chambers Brothers – “Time Has Come Today” – The Time Has Come

The Exciters – “Exciters Theme” – Panama! 1: Latin, Calypso & Funk On The Isthmus 1965-75

The Ronettes – “Keep On Dancing” – Phil Spector Wall Of Sound Vol. 6: Rare Masters 2

Unknown Artist – “Yumma, Al Hilou (Mother, Here’s My Beauty)” – Choubi Choubi (Folk And Pop Songs From Iraq)

West African Rhythm Brothers – “Ominira” – London Is the Place for Me 5: Latin, Jazz, Calypso and Highlife from Young Black London


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