NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #227 ~ 05-23-20]

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Pictured: The Treniers.

The Choke was a Pachuco invention. The Pachucos were what we called kids who spoke with Mexican accents whether they were Mexican or not and who lived real lives. The Choke looked like a completely Apache, deadly version of the jitterbug only you never thought of the jitterbug when you watched kids doing the Choke. There was no swing in the Choke, it was staccato. It was Pachuco, police-record, L.A. flamenco dancing.

It was all done on the heels.

And the knees, unlike in the dirty boogie, were irretrievably glued together. The arms, instead of being swung were just, when not being used for some split-second-clue maneuver, forgotten about. So the arms fell where they might, as though they belonged to a dead person. The shoulders were hunched up and never relaxed once during the dance so the contrast between the dead arms and the hunched shoulders was kind of sinister like the villain in the movie smiling with a knife in his hand.

— Eve Babitz, Eve’s Hollywood

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 227 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Rose Royce — “You’re A Winner” — Greatest Hits

Marijata — “Mother Africa” — Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk & Fusion In ’70s Ghana

The Challengers — “Satan’s Theme” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar Vol. 3: Cheater Stomp!

Orchestra Harlow — “Freak Off” — El Exigente

The Cramps — “Jungle Hop” — Psychedelic Jungle

Gianni Marchetti — “Night In Saigon” — Library Of Sound Grooves: Obscure Psychedelic Manuscripts From The Italian Cinema (1967-1975)

The Chimes — “Zindy Lou” — Rumba Doowop ’55

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Ike Turner & the Kings of Rhythm — “Thinking Black” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Orchestre Negro Success — “Nakota Zebola” — Les Merveilles Du Passé

Love — “Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale” — Forever Changes

Los Dandy’s — “Tu Cucu” — Lindo Amorcito

The Shells — “Whiplash” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Vol. 2

Gharbi Sadok & Georges Garzia — “Lala Tibki” — Habibi Funk An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World

Idle Race — “Hurry Up John” — Idle Race

Rockers All Stars — “Peaceful Man Dub” — Augustus Pablo Presents Rockers International Vol. 1

Curley & The Jades — “Boom Stix” — The Madness Invasion Vol. 2

Life — “2001” — West Indies Funk 3

THE THIRD SET

Hot Chocolate — “You Sexy Thing” — Super Hits Of The 70’s: Have A Nice Day Vol. 15

Mario Ortiz All Star Band — “Güiro y Pandereta” — ¡Saoco! The Bomba and Plena Explosion in Puerto Rico 1954-1966

The Ebonettes — “Wild Man Walk” — Beat From Badsville Vol. 1

Unknown — “Unknown” — Cambodian Cassette Archives: Khmer Folk and Pop Music Vol. 1

The Treniers — “Rockin’ Is Our Bizness” — Go! Go! Go! A Proper Introduction To The Treniers

Bossa 70 — “Si Voce Pensa” — Peruvian Funk

Reigning Sound — “You Got Me Hummin’” — Too Much Guitar

Mieko Hirota — “Nagisa No Tenshi” — Nippon Girls 1: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70

Bob Haggart & Ray Bauduc — “Big Noise From Winnetka” — Rumba Jazz 1919-1945: A History Of Latin Jazz & Dance Music From The Swing Era

The Chosen Few — “Collie Stuff” — Darker Than Blue: Soul From Jamdown 1973-1980

THE FINAL SET

Les Loups Noirs — “Pile Ou Face” — Haiti Direct: Big Band, Mini Jazz & Twoubadou Sounds 1960-1978

Keetie & The Kats — “Way Out” — Dancehall Stringbusters Vol. 2

Kazi Aniruddha — “Main Hoon Pyar Tera” — Bollywood Steel Guitar

Thunderclap Newman — “Holllywood Dream (Instrumental)” — Hollywood Dream

The Congos — “Fisherman” — Heart Of The Congos

754buckley  LORD BUCKLEY’S WEEKLY BENEDICTION

The Pretty Things — “Grass” — Parachute

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