Sunday, May 13, 2012

A Real Mother For Ya: Bonus "Weekend Mix"


Happy Mother's Day!


Tie Your Mother Down- Queen
Goose-Step Mama- The Rutles
My Hot Mama- The Sabres
Mama Didn't Raise No Fools- Sugar Pie DeSanto
Mother-In-Law-Ernie K. Doe
Mother Popcorn (Part1)- James Brown
Mama Roux- Dr. John
Any Man Who Loves His Mother- Dean Martin
My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama- Frank Zappa
My Mother Looked Like Marilyn Monroe- Tommy Keene
Crazy Mama- Rolling Stones
Mama Said- Nick Lowe
Mother Whale Eyeless- Brian Eno
I Wish I Was Your Mother- Mott The Hoople
Mother Nature's Son- Harry Nilsson
Mama Kin- Aerosmith
Daddy Was A Preacher, But Mama Was A Go-Go Girl- Southern Culture On The Skids
Mama, You Been On My Mind- Bob Dylan
Mama Told Me Not To Come- Tom Jones w/ The Stereophonics
Rag Mama Rag- Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Sessions Band



soundsource said...

thanks from all the mothers out there for another special mix (okay i'm not a mother but thanks anyway)

buzzbabyjesus said...

My moms is really going to enjoy this. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

What? No mother don't allow?

bglobe313 said...

Awesome. Opening up a Mother's Day "tribute" with "Tie Your Mother Down"!

That's rock and roll!


elizabeth said...

Looks like a great bonus mix, but even more thanks for the song of the day. I've been on a Zevon kick of late (not that I'm ever really not).

Are you familiar with the Brooklyn Flea Record Fair next weekend? Would a Burning Wood fan enjoy it or is she being misled by a well meaning 23 year old who's musical taste is more Beach House, Of Montreal, Arcade Fire and Little Wayne?

charlie c. said...

Not the Mother's of Invention, but it'll work . . . judging by the coat on fedora man -- it must be February, ergo no line at Mothers!
(Muthazippa -- great name for a band also too!)
Happy Mother's Day to you and your mom Sal!

cmealha said...

Would "It's a Motherf****r" be inappropriate?

Happy Mother's Day Roseanne!
(No connection to the previous comment)

Sal Nunziato said...

I've only been to the Brooklyn Flea once, and there were only 3 LP vendors and none of them were very exciting. Is this called the "Record Fair" because they'll be more?

Aaron said...

I first heard "Hit Somebody" in your store... how long ago, I couldn't say. I have taught it as an epic poem to many classes of middle school students. They get it and they pass, or they don't...

elizabeth said...

re: Brooklyn Flea: yes, in their words "the cream of the crop of NYC indie record labels, DJs, and vintage dealers to create a manageable melange of 25 or so vendors" which they are doing based on the popularity of their fall "Superstar DJ Record Fair". I feel safe in feeling if it was something I'd like, you'd know about it.

Sal Nunziato said...


I just looked it up. It could go either way. There is always the possibility of finding a gem. Problem is these days, everyone thinks everything is a gem. If it's easy enough to get to, you might as well.