Saturday, July 30, 2011

Ebay Rock 45's (7/29/11)

Ebay Rock 45's

Each Friday, I post a select group of 5 rock 45's that sold on Ebay recently along with the corresponding video - so you can judge for yourself if the buyer got a good deal.

Radio Birdman Burn My Eye $310.00

From the Auction:
Talk about a rare one! From the ashes of the stooges and mc5 come Australian rock n roll legends radio birdman. Believed to be a print run of 800-1000 back in 1976. Distributed by mail-order, a couple Sydney record stores, and by the band themselves this is as rare as they come! And this ones in great condition! Heavy stock cardboard sleeve is bright and shiny. Has a couple stress marks and a slight crease on the front top, slightly rubbed corners, and minor stress tears on the top and bottom edges and spine- all where the record has been stored in for 35 years! Back cover has a small stress crease on the top and very minor scuffing. Hand stamped logo on vinyl that looks like it was pressed yesterday! Absolutely flawless, clean, and unplayed. I put it on once just to hear it. Not a numbered edition or repress. A true one of a kind punk rock collectable that has been the apex of my collection for years.
Sd 1. Smith and wesson blues
Snake
Sd 2. I-94
Burned my eye


Unrelated Segments Cry, Cry, Cry 306.66

From the Auction:

Liberty 56062 is an original audition copy of Cry, Cry, Cry b/w It's Not Fair by Unrelated Segments, recorded in Detroit, Michigan


Junior Thompson Mama's Little Boy $260.00

From the Auction:

Junior Thompson with The Meteors 45

Label: Meteor #5029

Category: Rockabilly - Awesomeness

Point Scale: 8, or VG+ condition. Very clean with a nice high luster. Some lite scuffing, marks, and faint hairlines scratches. Looks great and plays fantastic! Listen to the divShare player below! THANKS!

Cover/Label: VG+ b/w some minor rubbing. No marks, and no tares! Looks nice! See Photo

Comments: Rare Rockabilly single with the tunes "Mama's Little Baby", and "Raw Deal"!

Standells Zebra In The Kitchen $246.77

From the Auction:

STANDELLS: Zebra In The Kitchen 2:17- Someday You’ll Cry (Written By Tamblyn) (On Highs In The Mid Sixties # 1 LP) 2:27 (U.S. 7" Vinyl 1965 M-G-M Records K13350 DJ Very Good Plus, Los Angeles CA. Garage Rock)

Cramps Garbageman $222.95

From the Auction:

AMAZING ORiGiNaL French 1980 pressing of The CRAMPS' 7" "Garbageman" with "TV Set" on the flipside!!!

Comes with the RaRe picture sleeve!!!

Illegal Records French ORiGiNaL - ILS 6401






Monday, July 25, 2011

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #101 - Silver Naked Ladies


Ian Mclagan, Paul Westerberg, John Doe 1988

The Small Faces, the Faces, Humble Pie - what do they have in common? Besides a few band members, it's the great music that they share. Tonight on Red Red Wine On A Sunday, I play a few from the bands and their influences, contemporaries and bands that they influenced.

Here's the Playlist:

Lazy Sunday
Small Faces
Ogden's Nut Gone Flake
Suggested by Tom T

Hey Girl
Small Faces
From The Beginning

Borstal Boys
Faces
Ooh La La
Suggested by Greg Lonesome from the the Rock and Roll Manifesto

All or Nothing
X
Ain't Love Grand!

Silver Naked Ladies
Paul Westerberg
14 Songs

Dustbin Full Of Rubbish
The Action
Actions Speak Louder than....
Faintly Blowing Blog

Whatcha Gonna do About it
The Litter
Distortions

Stone
Ronnie Lane
Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance

You Spent It
Lane and Marriot
The Legendary Majik Mijits

Little Girl
Ian McLagan
Bum In The Night



Miss Judy's Farm
The Faces
Warner Bros 7"

I'm A Rocker
The Raspberries
Capitol 7"

You Never Can Tell
Chuck Berry
Chess 7"

I Took My Baby Home
The Kinks
Pye 7"

Hurtin'
Johnny Thunders
Real 7"

Situation
Bash N' Pop
Sire 7"

Sticky Situations
Poison Arrows
Full Breach Kicks 7"

Sway
The Rolling Stones
RS 7"

30 Days In The Hole
Humble Pie
A & M 7"

One Of The Boys
Mott the Hoople
CBS 7"

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Next week, the Red Red Wine On A Sunday Time Machine will be fired up and the destination will be the year 1987

In 2 weeks, the subject will be Vacations!

If you have any suggestions, themes or songs to contribute to my shows, please let me know at redredwineonasunday@gmail.com

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Sunday, July 24, 2011

2009 Gerard Bertrand Corbier

Working on a 2009 vintage Corbieres from Gerard Bertrand this evening out in Red Red Wine On A Sunday land. The first glass is helping with the inspiration for tomorrow night's show - all about the Small Faces - mixing in some great stuff.

This wine is mixed with some great stuff too (Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre) - from the website:

Gerard Bertrand was born and raised in the South of France. Making wine with his father, Georges, since the age of 10, Gerard Bertrand offers the full range and diversity of wines from the region – red, white, rose, varietal, appellation, estate, still, sparkling, and dessert. Every wine evokes the image and emotions from the South of France; “Art de Vivre” – the “art of life”. Committed to producing quality wines of great value, Gerard is hands on in every facet which bears his name… and has been fortunate to receive great accolades from World Wide press reinforcing his dedication.

Cheers!








Saturday, July 23, 2011

Ebay Rock 45's (7/23/11)

Ebay Rock 45's

Each Friday, I post a select group of 5 rock 45's that sold on Ebay recently along with the corresponding video - so you can judge for yourself if the buyer got a good deal.


Lee Dresser and The Krazy Kats Beat Out My Love $999.99

From the Auction : Original 1st Pressing - No Repro or Boot ! Killer Montana Rockabilly 2-Sider - Lee Dresser & Krazy Kats - Beat Out My Love - Thinkin Bout Your Love - this is RARE !



The Litter Whatcha Gonna Do About It? $610.00

From the Auction: Garage band The Litter. 45 record is on Warick Records, 944S-6712. Side 1: "Whatcha Gonna Do About It?", side 2: "Action Woman".



Dib Cochran and The Earwigs Oh Baby $560.00

From the Action: Here is THE legendary Marc Bolan single under the guise of Dib Cochran and The Earwigs on Bell BLL 1121. The debate still rages as to whether Bowie played on this or not, but irrespective of that, this is one of - if not THE - rarest Marc Bolan records in existence. This record is in sublime condition. The 'factory sample NOT FOR SALE' sticker is very common for the few of these records in existence.There are two superficial scuff marks, but other than that, it is in fantastic condition. I will grade it EX, although I have seen many supposedly EX records much worse than this. It truly is a gem. This came from a private collection of a guy whose dad worked with Bolan (I guarantee this is true) and I think that if it has been played, it's likely less than a handful of times. I would actually rate the B side as a conservative Near Mint. The record collector value of this record is 500 pounds, which is why I've started the auction at such a high price. If I've priced it too high, at least I get to keep it :) Comes in its original Bell cover as shown, which is also in great shape.



Amos Milburn Chicken-Shack Boogie $326.27

From the Auction: WONDERFUL DOUBLE SIDED ORIGINAL VERY RARE AMOS MILBURN 45.


The Pagans Street Where nobody Lives $214.78

From the Action: A rare original copy of
PAGANS-STREET WHERE NOBODY LIVES b/w WHAT'S THIS SH*T CALLED LOVE?DROME DR11ST US PRESS1978Killer 45 by Cleveland's legendary Pagans!

Monday, July 18, 2011

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #100 - Kiss Me On The Bus


Well, I made it to show #100. Time to celebrate with a bunch of covers and a ton of contributions from you, the Kind Listeners!

Here's the playlist:

Let's Spend The Night Together
David Bowie
Aladdin Sane
Suggested by TimPop of Timpop Live

Lookout (Here Comes Tomorrow)
Groovie Ghoulies
Monster Club

Jonny's Gotta Problem
Fire It Up
Suggested by Joe Syph of Best Table In Hell

There Stands the Glass
Waltz A CrossDress Texas
Suggested by Jason Snyderman of Burrito Electrico

Galveston
Night on the Town Single

Ventilator Blues
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown 3
Paint It, Blue - Songs Of The Rolling Stones
Suggested by Dale

American Leather
Happy Fucking Easter, Asshole 7"
Suggested by Greg Lonesome of the Rock and Roll Manifesto

Sweet And Tender Hooligan
Louder Than Bombs
Suggested by El of Cassettes and Chocolate Milk

No Action
The Muffs
Under The Covers: Classic Lookout! Records Cover Songs



Knowledge
Even In Blackouts
Myths & Imaginary Magicians
Suggested by Tom T

Brand New Love
Superchunk
Tossing Seeds (Singles 89-91)
Suggested by Estefano

Ooo La La
Bob Forrest
Modern Folk And Blues ; Wednesday
Suggested by Boyd

In The Midnight Hour
The Jam
Direction Reaction Creation
Suggested by Noland

Kiss Me On The Bus
North Lincoln
We'll Inherit The Earth, A Tribute To The Replacements



All Kindsa Girls
Klover
Feel Lucky Punk

Runaway
Charlie and The Moonhearts
Thunderbeast
Suggested by Kevin from the Drunken Dumb Show

One Way Ticket
Under The Covers Vol 2: A Tribute to The Nerves

Too Much Monkey Business
The Kinks

What'd I Say
Etta James
Rocks the House '64

Catman
Ricky Norton
Saphyr 7"

Dizzy Miss Lizzy
Planet 7"

Live For Today
TKO 7"

Purple Haze
ERO 7"

Gimme Some Truth
Generation X
Chrysalis UK 7"

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Next week, I'll be exploring the music of the Small Faces - influences, contemporaries and bands that they influenced.

In 2 weeks, the Red Red Wine On A Sunday Time Machine will be fired up and the destination will be the year 1987

If you have any suggestions, themes or songs to contribute to my shows, please let me know at redredwineonasunday@gmail.com

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Sunday, July 17, 2011

2009 Radio Boca Tempranillo


A wine with the name of Radio Boca? - well I had to pick it up down at my local World Market just for the name alone. Hmm - the wine is nice and smooth too. What - you say? They have a Facebook page for the wine? Wow - now that is a bit over the top - even if I am only the 59th person to like the site. Not only a nice Facebook page, but a really nice website too? Ok - now that is impressive. And the wine is impressive too - 100% Tempranillo and if I had to guess it has a bit of residual sugar to round out the edges. That's OK - I'm pretty sure it's is gonna go well with the BBQ Chicken Breasts that are on the grill.

Some propaganda from the website:

Radio Boca is from Valencia. You've probably heard of Valencia in reference to its famous oranges, or its famous dish, the Paella. There's also a raucous festival in Valencia, The Falles known worldwide for its all night revelry. But Valencia also produces a very fine Tempranillo. The Tempranillo in Radio Boca grows mostly on the mountainside, on head pruned vines 25-50 years old. Altitude with attitude. The soils vary from dark miocene to chalky lime. Balmy days, brisk nights. What's not to like for a vine living in Valencia?? The people from Valencia make a point of getting the most out of life. So do the wines.

Cheers!

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Ebay Rock 45's (7/15/11)


Ebay Rock 45's

Each Friday, I post a select group of 5 rock 45's that sold on Ebay recently along with the corresponding video - so you can judge for yourself if the buyer got a good deal.

Jimmy Johnson Woman Love $1800.00

From the Auction :

Jimmy Johnson, Woman Love / All Dressed Up (Starday).

Original issue, Starday 561, VG, plays and looks great, has minor crackle during the record, no skips, no problems. Plays great.

The Victims Television Addict $621.00

From the Auction : Fantastic Aussie 77 punk monster.Super rare original with minimal hand stamped cover shows very careful handling,VG+ or better condition, some stress,lite age,one tiny tear (1/8") at right side, sleeve was separated from single and stored most its life.

Vinyl M- shows no sign of play, super pristine,labels are both equally as M- as wax.

The Who The Last Time $349.99

From the Auction:

THE WHO - THE LAST TIME / UNDER MY THUMB b/w BARBARA ANN / BATMAN POLYDOR 51 084 .

ULTRA RARE 1967 MONO EP WITH UNIQUE MINT CONDITION SPANISH ONLY PICTURE SLEEVE .


Jackie Mitoo El Bang Bang $345.00

From the Auction:

JACKIE MITTOO - EL BANG BANG / BASIL GABIDON- I NEED YOUR LOVING



Buddy Holly Listen To Me $237.50

From the Auction:

Buddy Holly "Listen To Me" - Coral EC 81169. Tracks - Listen To Me/Peggy Sue/I'm Gonna Love You Too/Everyday



A little something extra this week for you Rolling Stones fans

A complete set of US London RS singles with pictures sleeves went for $1,495.00!

Here's the pictures:


Monday, July 11, 2011

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #99 - Color Me Impressed (July 1st, 1985 at the Seventh Street Entry)


2011 - any good music released this year you say? Well there is a few - got 26 for you to take a test spin on.

Here's the Playlist:

Born To Cry
Biters
All Chewed Up

77
The Cute Lepers
Adventure Time

Subprime Love
High Tension Wires
Welcome New Machine

Calyer
Beach Fossils
What A Pleasure
Suggested by Estafano

Future Starts Slow
The Kills
Blood Pressures
Suggested by John

Color Me Impressed (live at the 7th Street Entry)
The Replacements
Simply Unacceptable

Raw Meat
Black Lips
Arabia Mountain

Il Cattivo Tenente
Smart Cops
Per Proteggere e Servire
Suggested by Noland

Get What You Came For
Jake Mann + the Upper Hand
Parallel South

Majoring in the Arts
Blue Skies For Black Hearts
Embracing the Modern Age

Lepers, Thieves, And Whores
Swingin' Utters
Here, Under Protest

S.T.S
Sator
Under the Radar

Do The HeWhoCannotBeNamed
The Dwarves
The Dwarves Are Born Again

Wrong Feels Right
Dum Dum Girls
He Gets Me High

Crackin' Up
The Heat Tape
Raccoon Valley Recordings

Field Song
William Elliott Whitmore
Field Songs

Two Lucky Bums
Dave Alvin
Eleven Eleven
Suggested by boyd

Zeppo Epp
Sic Alps
Napa Asylum

I Want You
The Connection
Stop Talking EP

I've Gotta Know
Sloan
The Double Cross

Caught in the Middle
The Red Button
As Far as Yesterday Goes

Day Tripper
The Fleshtones
Brooklyn Sound Solution


Sick of You
Cake
Upbeat 7"

Night On the Town
Jeremy Porter & The Tucos
Magwheel 7"

All Hits
Night Marchers
Swami 7"

Sad Songs
Cars
Hear 7"

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Next week, it will be show #100 - all covers!

In 2 weeks, I'll be exploring the music of the Small Faces - influences, contemporaries and bands that they influenced.

If you have any suggestions, themes or songs to contribute to my shows, please let me know at redredwineonasunday@gmail.com

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

2008 Tormaresca Puglia Neprica

Time to head over to Italy with this great blend. It's a 2008 Tormaresca Puglia Neprica and it is pairing well with the Tortellini Marinara that I've whipped up this evening. Here's the propaganda from the label:

NePriCa, a ruby red wine named after the grapes in the blend (Negroamaro, Primitivo and Cabernet Sauvignon), has aromas of berries and light, spicy licorice. It is a harmonious blend with favors of dark fruit, chocolate and hints of licorice with a balanced acididty.

Here's a couple of reviews as well - Three Nine Wine and Wine Curmudgeon.

I actually have to thank a neighbor for spotting me at my local grocery and draggin me over to the display that they had of this wine. He had brought back an emptied bottle to the store just so he could remember the wine and buy 6 more bottles. I had to try a bottle after seeing that!

Well, he was right and I'll be back for more too.

Cheers!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Ebay Rock 45's (7/8/11)

Ebay Rock 45's

Each Friday, I post a select group of 5 rock 45's that sold on Ebay recently along with the corresponding video - so you can judge for yourself if the buyer got a good deal.

Screaching Weasel If You Can't Have Fun EP $1.325.oo

From the Auction :

The Fact that I even place this one up for sale, entitles me to write whatever the fuck I want to write about in its description.

I looked at all my one of a kind items, actually, put them all in front of me, and asked myself which one of these stays with me forever? I decided I would limit myself to only keeping one. I have three silkscreens, two are up for sale now, one is to come. I have my torn up Bright Yellow Jughead shirt which I used to wear to all our early concerts for the first two years, before we were even Screeching Weasel. When we were All Night Garage Sale. This shirt is why I got the name Jughead. I never read Archie comics, could barely give two shits about those comics or naming any project referencing these comic books. I was more fascinated by the fact that the word "Jughead" is actually in the dictionary. "Jughead. Slang. A stupid or foolish person. (1925 -1939)." The dictionary I had then and still have now, that word is in the corner of the page for "J". That meant infinitely more to me, that my name helped people find words like, judicative an jugulate. And the fact that I have always considered myself, a clown, a fool (and a juggler), gave this moniker more meaning than anyone could ever know. This is why I still keep the name around now. (The shirt I might auction off, just don't know if anyone wants a bright yellow rag) In front of me was also my Westone Guitar, with Benneton sticker and pen caps for a bridge. I am pretty sure I am the only Weasel member that still has their original guitar. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure Vapid and Ben auctioned theirs off. This guitar was played at every show and on every record up until Bark Like a Dog, when it stopped working and I bought two Gibson sgs (One which I gloriously destroyed on the House Of Blue's Stage, even dented the floor with that "rock".) with the Fat Wreck Chords advance we received to record the aforementioned record. (50 Thousand Dollars). In the mean time I had a back up guitar, a Les Paul, I gave this to Andrea from the Manges. Anyway this guitar means alot to me. Ben's guitar had Mr. Yuck stickers and mine had Yellow Smiley Faces. Perfect. This is the one I must keep. All memories attached to SW can be generated by this single item. It is all I need to keep all else that has followed comfortably in my thoughts. So to make a long story even longer. The item, here, is one I can barely fathom selling, yet it makes sense. It is a playable part of our history and neither am I a player of vinyl nor a collector of band memorabilia. So it must go.
THIS ITEM: This may be the only one in existence, I am confident that if that is not so, then it is one of two in existence. After our first record, self titled, we became good friends with the Ozfish Experience and decided to put out a split 7 inch with them. Warren did much of the work. We recorded at Solid Sounds studio August 1987, both bands in there together. We cranked this thing out in one day. (Or probably overnight since that was usually all we could afford.) Both bands put in 500 bucks. Ben worked at the Gas Station and I worked at Randhurst Movie Theater. Every cent we made went into this. The plan was to have a record release and Dirty Nellies, where Matt Nelson helped us book punk shows bringing in bands like Operation Ivy, Mr. T, Crimpshrine and Greenday to Illinois for the first time. A few days before the show, we got two test pressings, one went to me and one went to Warren. We okayed the pressing. We made up 500 black and white covers and got them already for the arrival of the vinyl. The day of the show the vinyl still hadn't shown up. As we were getting close to opening the doors for the night, Warren tells me and Ben that the pressing plant burned down. "What!" It burned down, melted all our vinyl and took the master recordings with it. I put the test pressing in one of the envelopes and said something like, "Instant collectors item." (Joking really, having no idea that we would amount to a band that people would actually go out of their way to collect our items.) We through the rest of the jackets in the garbage. Some of these songs, I think showed up on other Sw collections, all taken from me putting the record on the turntable, recording it with a cassette and sending them to the person putting together the compilation. I think the only song re-recorded was I
Hate Led Zeppelin... maybe American Suicide. These are the original versions. The 7inch has been played, but not much. It was in my milk crate of rare items that got caught in the flood, but this one was sitting on top and was completely untouched. That is the story, behind this item. Even this story, I contemplated cutting and pasting into a document for me to keep, since I have never put the history of this ep to paper. But even this belongs to the moment and the ether. And so there it goes. I am putting a high price on this item, because in reality it is worth one thousand dollars, but I would never pay that for this piece of valuable crap.

1. I hate Led Zeppelin
2. American Suicide
3. A Political Song For Screeching Weasel to Sing
4. Twinkie Warfare.

***All I ask is that the buyer record these onto a cd for me.
Other info: I have no secretary, I have no personal driver, I own a house, but actually didn't even use Weasel money for that down payment, I worked at Crown Books for that money. All money I have ever made goes right back into creating art. Even the sales of these items are going to be used to keep me afloat till September, so that I can concentrate on my new book and my probably last Neo Prime Time show, The Ladder. If I can make it to September I will send these creative pursuits out into the world and then get a job, until then, for awhile, like from the beginning, I will live hand-to-mouth, and that's kind of cool.

John Jughead.

Atilla and the Huns Mojo Cool $900.00

From the Auction:
UP FOR AUCTION IS AN EXTREMELY RARE "ATILLA AND THE HUNS" 7 INCH 45 RPM GARAGE RECORD. RELEASED IN 1966 ON BEAUX-ART SOUND # 4005. VINYL IS VG++ OR BETTER CONDITION! (MOST LIKELY THE CLEANEST COPY!!). LABEL'S ARE NICE AND CLEAN, VERY LIGHT WARE (SEE PHOTOS). SONGS INCLUDE "MOJO COOLS" AND "MY NAMES BIG DADDY". AN EXTREMELY RARE GARAGE RECORD WITH LESS THAN 7 KNOWN COPIES IN EXISTENCE! THE FIND OF A LIFETIME I PURCHASED 2 OF THESE LAST YEAR FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTOR. I SOLD THE FIRST COPY LAST YEAR. NOW IT'S TIME TO SELL MY LAST AND CLEANER COPY, THIS GARAGE SCREAMER SOUND'S GREAT (HEAR "MOJO COLLS"). ATILLA AND THE HUNS A U.S. GARAGE BAND CAME FROM THE PACIFIC NORTH WEST, AND THE SONG "MOJO COOLS" HAS A STRIKINGLY RESEMBLANCE TO THE SONICS SONG "THE WITCH". DON'T LET THIS THING GET AWAY, YOU MAY NEVER SEE ANOTHER ONE, DEFINITELY NOT IN THIS CONDITION!!


Roland Alphonso A Shot In The Dark $255.00

A Classic from the Chief Musician


Ted Cassidy The Lurch $250.00

From the Auction:

HERE IS A REALLY RARE 45 AND PICTURE SLEEVE BY TED CASSIDY OF THE ADDAMS FAMILY ON CAPITOL #5503, BOTH SLEEVE AND 45 IS VG+ BUT THERE IS LITE WRITING ON THE 45 LABEL. ALSO INCLUDED IS A RARE ORIGINAL ADDAMS FAMILY CARD #45 OF LURCH.



The Remains Diddy Wah Diddy $224.50

From the Auction:

Radio station copy of Epic 5-10001 by The Remains: "Diddy Wah Diddy"/" Same on both sides.

Record and sleeve are in near mint condition. Red vinyl.


Sunday, July 3, 2011

2008 C.G. DiArie Sierra Foothills Zinfandel

Happy 4th of July - a bit early yes.... Had a few friends over last night for a B-B-Q and one of the neighbors brought over this nice C.G. DeAire 2008 Sierra Foothills Zinfandel. Went very well with the Tri-Tip, grilled veggies and burgers.

Cheers!

From the website:

he Zinfandel grapes used for making this wine came from three different vineyards: Davis Vineyard in Fair Play, Helwig Vineyards in Shenandoah Valley and our Estate Vineyard. Other varieties were added in order to improve the balance and add complexity to the wine.

This wine is bottled using screw cap as the closure. Our decision to use this closure was based on quality issues. By using the screw cap over the cork we avoid cork taint and the sporadic oxidation of the wine that emanates from the cork that at times leaks oxygen into the bottle resulting in variation in the quality of the wine from one bottle to the next.

Made in our “Submerged Cap” Fermentation Tank and aged in predominantly French oak for 14 months, this fully extracted and well balanced medium body wine is more elegant than robust. You will not overlook its strong varietal aromas of blackberries with hints of spice which carries into the mid-palate adding black cherry and plum flavors. The finish is long adding more spice and hints of chocolate.

Varietal Content: 78% Zinfandel, 9% Primitivo, Petite Sirah, 4% Tempranillo
Appellation: Sierra Foothills
Bottling Date: February 2, 2010
Cases Produced: 3200
Alcohol: 14.3%
pH: 3.55
Residual Sugar: Less than 0.1%

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #98 - Hootenanny


It's the 4th of July Weekend and time to celebrate - got an extra long show for you this week - 29 great slices of America.

Here's The Playlist:

Route 66
Marauders
So Cold: Unearthed Mid 60S Sacramento Garage

Thinkin' of the USA
Eater
No Spitting - 60 Classic Punk Tracks
Suggested by Tom



Franco Un-American
NOFX
War On Errorism

I Guess It's American
Superdrag
Greetings From Tennessee

Bleed American
Jimmy Eat World
Bleed American

All American Alien Boy
Ian Hunter
All American Alien Boy
Suggested By Boyd

The American Ruse
MC5
Back In The USA

Hootenanny
Replacements
Last Show Ever (July 4th, 1991 - Taste of Chicago)

American Girl
Matthew Sweet
Tribute To Those Great 80's Films - High School Reunion

Embracing the Modern Age
Blue Skies For Black Hearts
Embracing the Modern Age


Thousands Are Sailing
The Pogues
If I Should Fall From Grace With God

Only In America
Hoodoo Gurus
Purity Of Essence

Living in America
The Sounds
Living In America

Kids in America
The Muffs
Clueless Soundtrack

The American In Me (Live 1979)
The Avengers
Died for Your Sins
Suggested by John

Look Inside America
Blur
Blur

American Gangster Time
Elvis Costello And The Imposters
Momofuku

Straight American Slave
Rocket from the Crypt
Group Sounds
Suggested by Noland

American Nightmare
The Crimson Ghosts
Some Kinda Hits

Americaspremeiretaithbasedinitiative
Dillinger Four
Civil War

Song Of The Patriot
Johnny Cash and Marty Robbins
Columbia 7"

American Beat '84
The Fleshtones
IRS 7"
Greatest War Movies

Letter from America
The Proclaimers
Chrysalis 7"

American Squirm
Nick Lowe
UK Radar 7"

American English
Idlewild
Parlaphone 7"

Wild America
Iggy Pop
UK Virgn 7"

Hello America
Def Leppard
Vertigo 7"

American Jesus
Bad Religion
Sympathy For The Record Industry 7"

American Music
The Hold Steady
Vagrant 7"

If you would like to download the show in MP3 format - click the links below

Link
to Part 1 Link to Part 2

Next week, I will be picking out some of the best of 2011, so far

In 2 weeks, it will be show #100 - all covers!

If you have any suggestions, themes or songs to contribute to my shows, please let me know at redredwineonasunday@gmail.com

Don't forget, if you'd like to subscribe to the show, just click the big Itunes logo on the upper right hand side of the page.


Saturday, July 2, 2011

Ebay Rock 45's 7/1/11)

Ebay Rock 45's

Each Friday, I post a select group of 5 rock 45's that sold on Ebay recently along with the corresponding video - so you can judge for yourself if the buyer got a good deal.

Blondie Heart of Glass $680.00

Very rare Promo Picture Sleeve



Guilty Razors Hurts and Noises $425.00

From the Auction: GUILTY RAZORS - I don't wanna be a rich / Provocate / Hurts and noises 7"

Label / Year : Polydor 2056 705 / 1978
Description :
Original French early Punk Rock from '78

Big KBD classic
200% original
Rare copy without cut corner



Ronnie Self Ain't I A Dog EP $315.00

From the Auction: Ep of Ronnie Self original, Columbia 2149 record mint and cover



Chuck Berry Pickin' Berries EP $225.00

From the Auction:

CHUCK BERRY - PICKIN' BERRIES - CHESS EP 5124 (RARE!!!)

A-Side : Carol, Hey Pedro
B-Side : Beautiful Delilah, Vacation Time


Randoms ABCD $165.90

From the Auction: Here's a sealed original Dangerhouse release of RANDOMS ABCD 45; we obtained this from a local LA Collection and it's in beautiful condition with the original yellow white sealing the plastic baggie on the back