WFMU Ichiban, Rock and Soul with Debbie D

Monday, January 22, 2018

Hidden Volume Records Field Trip South 2018!

Calling All Cars!!

Hidden Volume Records Field Trip South 2018 is just a few weeks away!


Untamed Youth, The Phantom Surfers, Woolly Bushmen, Baby Shakes, The Othermen, The Delusionaires, Groovy Movies, The Wildtones, The Blind Owls, Sash the Bash, The Improbables, The Hall Monitors, The Belltowers...phew!!

Featuring Ichiban DJs GirlGroup Girl, Richard Whig and Matt Clarke on the 45s!

Feb 16/17 Will's Pub
Orlando, FL



Rock 'n' Soul Ichiban Program Schedule



Keep those transistors hot with WFMU's Rock 'n' Soul Ichiban stream !!!

  • Tune in to Ichiban all week long for these great shows !
  • Listen live on the stream with the following schedule !
  • Click on a show below for a live playlist during the broadcast, or to listen anytime to the archives of previous shows !

How to listen to Ichiban live 24/7 :



Monday
6-8 pm EST (00:00 CET*, 08:00 JST**) Come to the Sunshine with Andrew Sandoval - Each week, Andrew ushers you into his record room for a two-hour assortment of scintillating 1960’s sounds.
8-10 pm Big Planet Noise with Bob I. and Gina - Wild 60's wax blasts! Garage, Bikers, B3s, Fuzz & more!!!
Tuesday
7-8 pm What's Happening?!?! with Matt Clarke - 1960s Beat, Folk-Rock, Soul, Mod.
Wednesday
7-8 pm Crayons to Perfume with Glynis GirlGroupGirl - Girl group sounds 1960-69.
8-9 pm Fringe Factory with DJ Vikki V - A lysergic time trip into the international fuzzy,  psychedelic, garage & hard rockin' 60s underground.
Thursday
8-9 pm Make With The Shake with DJ Pat K - Straight from the frayed end of the Rust Belt, nothing but the finest rock & soul hipshakers and earthquakers of the 50s & 60s.
Sunday
7-8 pm The Real Nitty Gritty with Real Nitty Gritty Tania and Thomas Torment - A weekly record hop featuring savage R&B, greasy rockabilly, gutbucket blues, gruesome garage, sweaty soul, sleazy instro-trash.
8-9 pm The Whig Out with Glynis GirlGroupGirl and Richard W - 60's garage sounds from then until now.

And on Sunday, a replay of this week's shows plus 2 extras :
6 am (12:00 CET*, 20:00 JST**) The Real Nitty Gritty
7 am (13:00 CET) The Whig Out
8 am (14:00 CET) Crayons to Perfume
9 am (15:00 CET) Fringe Factory
10 am (16:00 CET) What's Happening?!?!
11 am (17:00 CET) DJ Roulette - A varied cast of DJs, each with a different angle on Ichiban !
12 Noon (18:00 CET) Make with the Shake
1-3 pm (19:00 CET) Come to the Sunshine
3 pm (21:00 CET) DA The DJ’s Ichibunny RobotEver evolving AI programmed and executed emulation of 60s Rock-N-Roll radio brought to you by WFMU's DA The DJ.
4-6 pm (23:00 CET) Big Planet Noise

* Central European Time (Paris)
** Japan Standard Time (Tokyo)


Dance Floor Essential!

Piano Red - Wildire

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Sugar Hips

Sugar Hips! -- Tonight at 7:00 PM ET tune in for a new episode of The Real Nitty Gritty on WFMU's Rock-n-Soul ICHIBAN! Platters of savage R&B, gutbucket blues, gruesome garage, sweaty soul, greasy rockabilly & sleazy instrotrash served up for your pleasure!
Then Whig Out! at 8:00.
Streaming player, playlist and comments here:
https://wfmu.org/playlists/RG

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Make with the Shake! Tonight at 8pm EDT


Tonight! Be prepared for anything as another edition of Make with the Shake with DJ Pat K arrives at 8pm EDT, only on Ichiban! Screaming soul, greasy R&B, fuzzed-out garage, and weirdo slop, all done up just the way you like it! Click here to catch the livestream, playlist, chat, & archive! 

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

A tribute to William "Buddy" Vaden



My Dad always wanted me to be on the radio and was so happy when I started the Fringe Factory Radio Show over 10 years ago. What he wasn't too happy about is that he would always call in and request songs that I didn't want to play cause they didn't quite fit my format. Mostly Doo-Wop and old country songs. So this show is going to be all my Dad's requests over the years.  And he actually has a history with some of the old Nashville country stars such as George Jones & Johnny Cash, so you'll hear a little about that too! 
  

Crayons to Perfume! Girl of the Week: Lynne Randell


It's been quite a lot time since I featured a single Girl of the Week - and this week it's Miss Mod Australia, the 1967 Monkees girl - Lynne Randell! Lynne opened for the Monkees on their 1967 American tour - she was a spunky blonde pop singer, favoring a fun, mod wardrobe and had a great voice and engaging stage style. She could sing a lovely melody but preferred a rousing rocker - you can see both sides of Lynne in the videos below. Also featured today are Australian and New Zealand female voices - Carole King of the Executives, Judy and Sue Donaldson - the Chicks, Allison Durban, Dinah Lee, Olivia Newton-John and so many more GIRLS! Crayons to Perfume! with djgirlgroupgirl, 7pm tonight, on Ichiban. Tune in here! http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/76953



Sunday, January 14, 2018

Dance Floor Essential!


Stacy's 5th - My Lovin' Baby

Go Go Go Whig Out!


Whig Out! with Glynis and Richard to the wild and crazy sounds of teenagers howling, yowling and letting loose with hormonal rage in garages and basements all over the world along with those like minded musicians of today who keep creating that very same racket. Today's spotlight is on Toronto's Liverpool Set - check out their live performance below! Great beat and British influenced mid-60's rock'n'roll! Today on the Whig Out we have more Canadian sounds plus noise from Mexico and South America, Switzerland, Italy, Hong Kong. Dig it! 8pm Eastern 5 Pacific right after The Real Nitty Gritty!!

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Make with the Shake, tonight at 8pm!



Get your coiffure in top shape to enjoy the hirsute harmonies of another episode of MAKE WITH THE SHAKE with DJ Pat K (pictured, above left), tonight at 8pm EDT only on Ichiban! Screaming soul, greasy garage, raw R&B, and other assorted weirdness, all styled up to maximum volume for your enjoyment! Click here to catch the livestream at 8, playlist, chat, and archives!

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The Ladies of Reprise Records :r

OK, Reprise is probably not the first record label that anyone thinks of when you hear "rock and soul" but Reprise did have it's fair offerings of at least rock and a bit of roll - and a whole lot of ladies! Started by Frank Sinatra in 1960, Sinatra saw Reprise as the answer to his and his friends dilemma of feeling like being held creatively hostage by a record label - in his case Capitol Records. Frank wanted the artists on his label, many of them friends and family to own their own masters and have some creative control over their music, if they so chose. It's not a surprise that much of the label's talent were rat packers, Los Angels night club hold overs, Palm Springs seasonal dwellers and Las Vegas attractions. But Frank wanted to create a label that offered something for everyone, and records that play and play again - so he began assembling a broader array of talent, including his own fantastically gifted daughter Nancy Sinatra, who brought youth and style to a label that soon began adding more teenage talent. It kept afloat for 5 years, but the label began to become financially difficult due to pressures from Capitol Records, who had created discounted version of Sinatra's own records on their label forcing Sinatra to sell Reprise titles at a lower price point. In 1965 it became an arm of Warner Records, and slowly began adding more rock acts to it's roster. Today on Crayons to Perfume! we'll hear the ladies of Reprise - solo artists like on of my all-time favorites, Nancy Sinatra, one time Ikette Pat Powdrill, loungy ladies who lay on great renditions of unsuspecting tunes like Jill Jackson and Lola Falana, and girl groups such as the Blossoms, the Rev-Lons & The Paris Sisters - turning it over at the end of the show to Reprises later 60's female fronted rock and psych outfits like Sweetwater, Pentangle and the Mojo Men. Join djgirlgroupgirl as she presents the Ladies of Reprise, Wednesday at 7pm right here on Rock'n'Soul Ichiban


Didn't have time to get this great tune 1967 in from the Spike Drivers out of Detroit, featuring vocalist Marycarol Brown - so check it out now, shala la la la la

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Songs We Taught Great Gaylord

Squattin' with Great Gaylord - Billy Miller @Montreal
Rochell and the Candles - Squat With Me Baby
Little Luther - Du Dee Squat
Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs - Deputy Dog
Guitar Crusher - The Monkey
The Rolling Stones - Rice Krispies
Jessie Hill - Ooh Poo Pah Doo
Donald and the Delighters - Wang Dang Dula
The Contours - Whole Lotta Woman
The Falcons - Sent Up
Gino Washington - Gino Is A Coward
The Duvals - Cotton (Squattin')
Don and Dewey - A Little Love
The Righteous Brothers/Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels - Little Latin Lupe Lu
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - All Night
El Pauling and the Royalton - Solid Rock
Little Johnny and the Thundertones - Rock Till the End of time
The Stooges - TV Eye
The Contours/The Del Rays - Don't Let Her Be Your Baby
Syl Johnson - Falling in Love Again
Yvonne Fair - It Hurts to Be in Love
Swamp Dogg - Total Destruction to Your Mind

Do The Squat (Download)

The Great One roof side at Our Wicked Lady in Bushwick

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