What if No Borders No Race was around back in the 1960s? What sort of sound & style would hit the airwaves? In a special podcast show, King Baby Duck turns back the clock to present the ultimate summer of love scenario for Japanese music aficionados! Inspired by Quentin Tarantino's latest film Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood, our host takes the guise of Charlie "Choo Choo" Weinberg, the host of KLAS 1320 AM Los Angeles's popular afternoon program The Bing Bong Show! Hear the sounds of classic Japanese rock and pop, presented in a frame straight out of a nostalgic's dream!
PLAYLIST (with album/single links):
- The Cougars - Aphrodite (7" single) [out of print]
- Anne Mari (feat. Kazuya Nishikawa) - Wild Party (7" single)[out of print]
- The Stooges - 1969 (from the album The Stooges)
- The Jaguars - Triyoh Yaroh (7" single) [out of print]
- Reiko Mari - Saike Na Machi (7" single) [out of print]
- Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (from the album Electric Ladyland)
- The Carnabeats - Love Only For You (7" single) [out of print]
- Reiko Ohhara - Peacock Baby (7" single) [out of print]
- Credence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising (from the album Green River)
- The Savage - Space Express (7" single) [out of print]
- Linda Yamamoto - Koi No Ban Ban (7" single) [out of print]
- Davey Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, & Tich - Hold Tight! (from the album Davey Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, & Tich) [out of print]
- Mieko Hirota - Kaze To Otoko No Ko (7" single) [out of print]
Don't turn that dial! It's No Borders No Race Presents: The Bing Bong Show!
Special thank you to Phil "The Issues Guy" Weinstein, Jeremy Tudisco, Robert "TheDCD" Workman, and "Security Guy" Greg Abbott for helping with this week's recording! Check out the compilation album Cruisin' 1961 featuring Arnie "Woo Woo" Ginsburg, the main inspiration for today's episode!
The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on CDJapan.co.jp, YesAsia, Amazon.com, Apple Music, the bands' official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.