|By Sue (18.104.22.168) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 07:32 pm:|
If any of you Detroiters have any requests for a song from Keener's heyday that you just have to hear when WKNR rides again Aug. 15-16, post it here and I'll pass it on.
A few to pique your brains:
"Misery" by the Dynamics
"Psychotic Reaction" by Count Five
"East Side Story," by Bob Seger
"Gino is a Coward" by Gino Washington
"Across the Street" by Lenny O'Henry
"Wait a Minute" by Tim Tam and the Turnons
"Poor Unfortunate Me" by J.J. Barnes
"Love's Gone Bad" by the Underdogs
"I Wanna Testify" by the Parliaments
"I'll Bet You" by Funkadelic
"I Got a Thing" by Funkadelic
"Heavy Music Part II" by Seger
"Who Do You Love" by the Woolies ...
Doesn't have to all be local, but it's good to hear the stuff we heard growing up that corporate radio doesn't play anymore, like "Girl, Why You Want to Make Me Blue" by the Temptations instead of the inevitable "My Girl" or "Get Ready."
|By SisDetroit (22.214.171.124) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 07:39 pm:|
Timmy Shaw - "Throw It Out Of Your Mind." :o)
Manhattans - "Turn Out The Stars."
|By SisDetroit (126.96.36.199) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 07:51 pm:|
|By the count (188.8.131.52) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:10 pm:|
SUSIE DARLIN,all the SUE songs of course,
This Is The Nite--"The Valients"
Sweet Was The Wine--"The Marcels"
Sues Gotta Be Mine--"Del Shannon"
Its Love Baby(24hours)"Hank Ballard"1963 version
There Goes--"The Enchanters"
Wont You Let Me Know--"J.J. Barns"
Green Bow Ties--"5ive Invictas"(inst.)
Black and Blue--"Gigolos"(inst.)
Royal Whirl--"Royaltones" (inst.)
Your Heart Belongs To Me--"Supremes"
|By Jim G (184.108.40.206) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:16 pm:|
You picked a few of my favs, Sue...
"I'm The Man" Dynamics
"Wait A Minute" Tim Tam & the Turn On's(?)
"Every Little Bit Hurts" Brenda Holloway
|By Sue (220.127.116.11) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:22 pm:|
Ah good ones ...
Of course, "Scott's on Swingers" by Edwin Starr
|By SisDetroit (18.104.22.168) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:38 pm:|
Tom Sherman, oldies DJ, had call in for requests. I used to bet him a quarter he didn't have a certain 45. He always won, and I always paid him at the oldies dances he sponsored in the 80's every week-end.
|By mc5rules (22.214.171.124) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:45 pm:|
"Respect" by the Rationals -- hell, any of those fabulous Rationals singles!
The Mitch Ryder version of "Rock and Roll" where he talks about WKNR (I've got an MP3 of that somewhere).
|By medusa9e2003 (126.96.36.199) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:55 pm:|
Poor Unfortunate Me~J.J. Barnes
Lightinin' Strikes~Lou Christi
It's Right~Dave Clark 5
Across The Street~Lenny O'Henry
Together~Cowboys To Girls~Slow Drag~Intruders
Darling You Send Me~Aretha Franklin
Love Land~Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band
Maybe I know~Lesly Gore
Tell Him~Patti Drew
I'm Lost Without You~Teddy Randazzo
Duke Of Earl~Gene Chandler
Monkey Time~Major Lance
Vibrations~Eric & Vikings
A Way To Love You~Volumes
Selfish One~jackie Ross
Entertainer/Aint Love Proud~Tony Clark
...(hope I didn't list 2 many)...
|By Fury13 (188.8.131.52) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 10:00 pm:|
"I Had A Dream" by Nathaniel Mayer (Nov. 1963)
"Our Faded Love" by the Royaltones (Feb. 1964)
"Wonderful One" by Marvin Gaye (March 1964)
"Breaking Up" by the Ronettes (April 1964)
"I Need Somebody" by Emanuel Laskey (April 1964)
"I'll Be In Trouble" by the Temptations (May 1964)
"Close Your Eyes" by Jamie Coe & the Gigolos (June 1964)
"Poor Unfortunate Me" by J.J. Barnes (Jan. 1965)
"Stranger In Town" by Del Shannon (March 1965)
"No Pity In The Naked City" by Jackie Wilson (June 1965)
"Love Makes The World Go Round" by Deon Jackson (Jan. 1966)
"Rosanna" by the Capreez (Aug. 1966)
"The Philly Freeze" by Alvin Cash (Aug. 1966)
"Sock It To Me Baby" by Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels (Jan. 1967)
*Date indicated appearance on WKNR charts.
|By Pogo (184.108.40.206) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 10:09 pm:|
(Story of)A Woman, Love, & A Man - Tony Clarke
Boo-Ga-Loo - Tom & Jerrio
Near To You - Wilbert Harrison
Detroit Michigan - Ronnie Love
Let's Get Together - Barbara & Brenda
The Half Man - Jimmy Williams
Weejee Walk - Rivingtons
Irresistible You - Bobby Darin
I Didn't Know What Time It Was - Crampton Sisters
Hurt By Love - Silky Hargraves
Gonna' Send You Back to Georgia - Timmy Shaw
Stay - Porgy & The Monarchs
Stop The Baby - Jamo Thomas
Tramp - Lowell Fulsom
99 1/2 - Wilson Pickett
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (220.127.116.11) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 10:31 pm:|
Sue, here's a few from my list of "Keener Gold"!
'67 "Little 'Ole Man" / Bill Cosby
'66 "Better Man Than I" / Terry Knight & the Pack
'65 "Hungry For Love" / San Remo Golden Strings
'68 "Here Comes The Judge" / Buena Vistas
'66 "Ain't Gonna Lie" / Keith
'68 "I've Got To Have You" / Fantastic Four
'64 "I'm So Proud" / Impressions'
'65 "The Man In The Glass" / Underdogs
'65 "Are You There (W/Another Girl)" / Dionne Warwick
'65 "Hurt By Love" / Silkie Hargraves
'65 "My Baby" / Temptations
'67 "Come 'Round Here (I'm The One...Need)" / Miracles
'64 "Temptation 'Bout To Get Me" / Knight Bros.
'64 "Who Do You Love" / Sapphires
'71 "She's Not Just Another Woman" / Eighth Day
'69 "Mind Body & Soul" / Flaming Ember
'68 "Playboy" / Gene & Debbie
'65 "Little Things" / Bobby Goldsboro
'67 "Baby Please Come Back Home" / J. J. Barnes
'64 "It's All Over" / Walter Jackson
'66 "Michael The Lover" / C.O.D.'s
'67 "I'm So Glad" / Scott Richard Case
'63 "When Jimmy Comes Home" / Sandy Selsie
'66 "Little Latin Lupe Lu" / Mitch Ryder
'68 "Look What I Almost Missed" / Parliaments
'69 "When I Die" / Motherlode
'70 "Reflections Of My Life" / Marmalade
'68 "You Got To Be Loved" / Montanas
'67 "Go Where You Wanna Go" / Fifth Dimension
'66 "Karate" / Emperors
'65 "I Know It's Alright" / Sam Hawkins
'66 "I'll Love You Forever" / Holidays
These are just a few from many, many that I can choose from the "Keener Era" as I remember having heard all of them on WKNR... 1963 thru 1972!
"...Now it's time for Keener pick and play... you pick it and we play it--on WKNR Keener 13"!
|By SisDetroit (18.104.22.168) on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 10:40 pm:|
Yes Jim Feliciano - Good one - '68 "Look What I Almost Missed" / Parliaments.
|By Sue (22.214.171.124) on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 12:13 am:|
"Selfish One" -- great one, I hadn't thought of that in a long time! What's the Volumes' other big hit?
Fury, great stuff. "I'll Be In Trouble" by the Tempts -- that's exactly what I mean. I can't remember the last time I heard that.
Jim -- I can "hear" a song by the San Remo Strings in my mind, that was played a lot on Keener but I'm not sure if it's "Hungry for Love" or not.
|By Pogo (126.96.36.199) on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 08:02 am:|
Volumes' big hit - "I Love You" (Chex '62)
also charted with "Gotta Give Her Love" (American Arts '64)
The flip of the latter was a dynamite tune - "I Can't Live Without You"
|By Sue (188.8.131.52) on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 09:49 am:|
That's it, Pogo -- "I Love You" by the Volumes ...
|By douglasm (184.108.40.206) on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 10:48 am:|
....agree with you about the "if it wasn't a million seller, we won't play it" syndrome. Granted this list is a little pedestrian, but.....
Persecution Smith--Bob Seger and the Last Heard
Sugar And Spice--Cryan Shames
Tall Cool One--Wailers
Walk Don't Run '64--The Venturers
Reserection Shuffle--Ashton Garderner and Dyke
Pa Pa Ooh Mau Mau--The Rivingtons
Hang On Sloopy--The Vibrations (i think)
As to the Rivingtons--I get it crossed with "Surfin' Bird", which I hate. "Funniest sound I ever heard...." is what I'm looking for. And in that vein, wouldn't mind occasionally hearing that "Gimme 'Dat Ding" style song that popped up every so often to keep things interesting. Also would like WXDX (?) to resume webcasting so I can hear it.
|By douglasm (220.127.116.11) on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 10:50 am:|
While we're at it....
....Story Of My Life--Unrelated Segments.
|By Sue (18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 12:10 pm:|
I'll let you know about the streaming.
Medusa, suggest as many as you want. I'm impressed with your memory. I have to have the Keener charts in front of me to remind me of stuff ...
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, July 16, 2003 - 08:31 pm:|
Sue, let's add one more to my "KEENER GOLD" wish list.
Here's one other Detroit *hit* that debuted at #28, on WKNR, on August 21, 1967....
This one local R&B instrumental number was off the RIC-TIC record label (#127), and it stayed on the "KEENER 13" playlist for 6 consecutive weeks, back when, during which time it had jumped all the way into the #4 spot, and peaked right there... on September 4, 1967.
I know you'll remember it, but let's listen to it right here again, one more time: http://www.melingo.com/thesoulnet/price.ram,
Just another memorable, "KEENER" 'vibration'!
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (126.96.36.199) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 06:05 pm:|
Hey, I've gotta to give this here Sue's, "KEENER" thread just one more "Detroit" record 'spin'!
"And now... from the WKNR Music Guide [for March 23, 1966] this song is rated #19... RIGHT NOW"!
|By SisDetroit (188.8.131.52) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 06:56 pm:|
Jim Feliciano - You are just killin' me over here. :o) I'm going to try and get JJ Barnes to come over and post on the Forum.
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (184.108.40.206) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 09:29 pm:|
Now this time it's goin' out, just for you... as I'm gonna give you another WKNR "KEENER GOLD" *hit* by J. J. Barnes....
I can now hear WKNR's BOB GREEN shouting out this "Keener" promo as if on cue--
"And now from the WKNR Music Guide [for November 24, 1965] this song is rated #25... RIGHT NOW!
"...please let me in... you know I love you, love you, baby"!
And oh by the way--
notice that most destinct' Motown 'sound' on this '65 JJ Barnes R&B smash on RIC-TIC #106.
And I've often wondered whether that was actually "Pistol" Allen banging on those 'skins' on this one? I sure think it sounds like he is!!!
|By Sue (220.127.116.11) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 09:55 pm:|
Out of towners,
Good news, They will be streaming the two days of Keener 13 online over Dream Cruise weekend -- can't say where yet, but soonish I'll have a brief about where the stream will be.
|By SisDetroit (18.104.22.168) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 10:04 pm:|
JJ Barnes, the great Detroit sweetheart. I've always loved JJ. We all love him. He used to stay over in the UK. But he came back home to us. No more will he roam. So, he said. :o)
Thanks Jim Feliciano.
|By douglasm (22.214.171.124) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 10:37 pm:|
....having just spent the whole day in the car listening to 350 miles worth of aa terrible sattelite delivered oldies station.
THANK YOU FOR THE NEWS!!!!
|By Sue (126.96.36.199) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 10:39 pm:|
Was it XM or Sirius you were listening to? Glad to help out ...I sent on musical requests so if anyone wants a dedication, tell me and I'll send that on too.
|By mhc (188.8.131.52) on Thursday, July 17, 2003 - 11:38 pm:|
My Keener request is for "Never Leave Me" by The Stratfords, a Keener hit, and an extremely weird record, as I recall.. I'm still looking fro a copy of this one; better go to May's.....
|By Sue (184.108.40.206) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 12:00 am:|
One song I was surprised isn't on the Keener charts is one of my favorites, "Sally Go Round the Roses" by the Jaynettes. Maybe it came out too early in '63 to chart on Keener?
I'm pretty sure they played it as a (very recent) oldie anyway ... the later Grace Slick version, which I can't remember at all, does show up on the Keener charts.
I found out a few years ago that Neil Young is obsessed with "Sally Go 'Round the Roses" -- the Jaynettes' version ...
|By Andy Alonzo (220.127.116.11) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 12:13 am:|
How about "Oh How Happy" The Shades of Blue.
I didn't know Terry Night and Pack recorded "Better Man Than I" I would like to hear a copy because I recorded it with The Act IV. in 64" Andy Alonzo
|By SisDetroit (18.104.22.168) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 12:18 am:|
Hello Andy! You must have been busy, haven't seen you in awhile. I was just listening to the Latin Counts today.
|By Andy Alonzo (22.214.171.124) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 12:38 am:|
Hi Sis, I've been busy tryin to promote "The Shades of Blue" aka Latin Counts, Nick Marinelli is in the group replacing Sal Prado, Let me tell ya I'm very excited about this group. A couple of months ago we did a Doo Wop show in Maryland along with TheCadillacs,Heartbeats,Tennagers,Dubs Platters, and The Five Keys, not only did we have a great time, but I think we did Detroit proud, so if there's anyone out there that can help us(promoters numbers or any kind of conects) we can use it. Were gonna try to be on the scene soon, do you know Annie Ruffin?? Andy
|By HarchOhio (126.96.36.199) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 07:39 am:|
I'd like to hear the "clean" version of "Kick Out the Jams" by the MC5!
|By SisDetroit (188.8.131.52) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 08:09 am:|
Andy Alonzo - I used to visit a friend on 15th & Myrtle (MLK Dr.) There as a Tommy & Annie Ruffin living on that street. However, I did not know them. Tommy drove a 2-toned white and pink Oldsmobile convertible, and a red Ford convertible with a record player in it. (Who could forget those cars?) When "Action Speaks Louder..." and "Mr. Bus Driver" were released Tommy told everyone that David was his cousin. Is this the same Annie?
|By mc5rules (184.108.40.206) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 09:50 am:|
You're not the only one!
|By SisDetroit (220.127.116.11) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 10:39 am:|
Bye Bye Baby - Mary Wells.
Everytime (or any song by) - Ty Hunter
|By Andy Alonzo (18.104.22.168) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 03:43 pm:|
Sis, I believe this is the same girl, she is Davids cousin, I grew up on Myrtle btwn 17th &18th street and went Chaney & Condon with JJ & Orthea Barns. funny we never met. Andy
|By douglasm (22.214.171.124) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 04:52 pm:|
....the Grace Slick version of 'Sally Go Round The Roses" is available on The Great Society's "Conspicuous Only By Their Absence" (Columbia) LP from '68. Actually not a very good band. Excellent call on the original.
XM I haven't got. It was a very bad presentation of the Jones Network's "Good Time Oldies", a TDR format if i ever heard one.
|By SisDetroit (126.96.36.199) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 05:39 pm:|
Andy Alonzo - I went to Condon Jr. High. My sister is one year older than I. Orthea was in my sister's class. You must have known Lawrence (Toe Joe)Felder on 17th, the Battles on Williams St., Larry & Melvin Noland on 15th, Bernard & his little brother Reggie, and of course the pool hall on Myrtle. :o)
|By MEL&THEN SOME9 (188.8.131.52) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 08:09 pm:|
my all time fave JJBarnes track
'Please let me in'
SOUNDS SO NICE
PLAY IT THRICE!
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (184.108.40.206) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 09:34 pm:|
Hey my Brit 'Bro,
Glad you enjoyed it 'blood'... and of course, another 'fave' would have to be BARNES previous other record side titled, "Poor Unfortunate Me."
Now... go to the forum's topic **GREATEST SOUL SINGER (2)** thread and check out the *prestine* audio 'CD' quality sound, of those two Sam Cooke 'classics' I added there this very evening.
Turn it up... and you'll agree the 'crisp' audio sound on these two will completely blow you away!
|By MEL&THEN SOME (220.127.116.11) on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 10:10 pm:|
just so happens that I still have on disc my 'Poor unfortunate me' by JJ and the flip is A-Okeh as well 'she aint ready'
on Ring records(no.101)
which you know bro'
I also have a version of 'poor unfortunate me'by Gi-Gi and the Charmaines.
top artist without a doubt
I first bought an lp way back in around 1973/4 a double album and still have it today.
A mate of mine years ago was trying to collect every 45 and album by him and wasnt far away the last I saw of him.
I have always loved 'sugar dumpling'and still have it on the uk issue but the guy I mentioned above was flipping over another cut of therecord by Sam and I tell ya what bro'
it was total garbage,
now garbage in the sense that after being bred on the uptempo dancer that I and everyone knew he plays this version that is totally 100% different
his 45 was the exact same intro and when you expect it to then go into its usual uptempo beat
out bellows a great big Hammond Organ.
now I like organs to a certain degree
but this just sounded like a whopping big cathederal sized organ that wouldnt of been lost in a hammer house of horrors movie.
That was a good 15 years ago now
if I heard it now
I would probably dig it(not)
thats the magic of music
different strokes etc.
so JIM my man
and keep on spinning those platters that matter.
your uk hep cat
mel(always in the groooooove)
|By medusa9e2003 (18.104.22.168) on Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 10:37 pm:|
Did U take me back or what??? U R a Darling of a Guy..WOW!!! Please Let Me In & Real Humdinger??
probably one of those times, I had 2 sneek over my friends 2 listen 2 it. But U made me remember it very well!...Thanx...Medusa9e
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (22.214.171.124) on Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 11:16 pm:|
My pleasure sweetheart!
I remember those two RIC-TIC 'Barnes' R&B classics very well, as I actually heard them first played on Detroit 'soul' stations WJLB AM, and WCHB AM, and of course... as well as later on, when they both debuted on WKNR "Keener" radio, going way back in 1965 and 1966!
Again, you will note that both of the 'Barnes' hits sounded very much 'Motownish', if I may coin the phrase, as the 'FUNKs' would sneek around behind Berry Gordy's back from time to time, and off they went over on to Davison Blvd, and just 'jam' it up with the likes of Edwin Starr, J. J. Barnes, the 'Holidays', Gino Washington, Freddie Gorman, etc., until one day, a very inscensed Berry got wind of it and signed up those 'free-lanced' musicians, as they were now (then) contracted with Motown only-- and the was the end of that story... until a couple of years later when Gordy purchased RIC-TIC records from Ed Wingate in 1968... and the 'Golden World' studios thus then, had become Motown Studio B.
Naturally, when Berry Gordy bought out GOLDEN WORLD and RIC-TIC records, well unfortunately... that was the end of that 'tune'!
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (126.96.36.199) on Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 11:44 pm:|
Since were talkin' RIC-TIC records, the very first record off that label was #100 and it was by Gino Washington with his Detroit smash *hit* "Gino Is A Coward"... remember that one?
But one thing I do recall from back then, that 60s Detroit radio 'soul' station WCHB AM, used to have a tendency to play a lot of 'B' sides as well, like the one 'B' side titled "Puppet On A String", by Gino Washington... which was essentially on the 'flip' side of, again... "Gino Is A Coward".
And you're gonna hear that one Gino Washington RIC-TIC 'B' side right here, once again: http://www.melingo.com/thesoulnet/puppeton.ra
|By the count (188.8.131.52) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 08:52 am:|
HEY (GEARHEAD)JIM,quite a lot of J.J.Barns songs have been mentioned in many threads,but my FAVORITE is "Wont You Let Me Know".I kan kruise with this song in so much enjoyment that I burned it on a CD 6ixteen times to hear over and over.And while FLIP SIDES have been also mentioned,I kan never remember any radio stations ever playing the flip of Romeo and Julette,"CANT YOU TELL" by the REFLECTIONS.
This is one BADD ASS hard kore DOO-WOP,BELLY RUBBIN,HICKEY GIVIN,KOP A FEEL,BACK SEAT STEAM UP THE WINDOWS AT THE DRIVE INN,LOVE MAKIN song ever.Please try these 2wo in any order.
Gotta go,hope to rap with you soon.I'am leaving for lost wages Tuesday and will return the 29th.
I just got brylcream on the keys,so must klean it off now.
Put that turntable into over-drive and dig those tunes,OKAY?
|By Jim Feliciano in Detroit. (184.108.40.206) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 10:23 am:|
You know "COUNT"....
you are soooo 'cooool', matter of fact you have got to be THE COOLEST 'cat' on this here forum that we've 'grown' to just love hearing from, and it's just got to be the (50s)'language'... it's your signature unlike no other-- don't you just know it!
But about that J. J. Barnes title you had mentioned, I believe that one was on the GROOVESVILLE record label, or was that one on RING? I do now that it wasn't on the RIC-TIC label, at least as a recond '45 single!
But anyway if there's a second 'cool' cat choice here, that I've got to go with my man Mel, 'sides he's pretty cool(and then some).
Listen here 'ma man, you have yourself a safe trip to 'Vegas, and good luck... have a good time, and I hope you win yourself a TON of spendin' cash!
And I heard they've got some nice 'stables' at the Mustang ranch, get a chance you go 'sneek' on over there and ride 'em cowboy, 'ya here?!
|By the count (220.127.116.11) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 10:47 am:|
HEY JIM(GEARHEAD),thanx for the kool words.
All are kool here, it's not just a FORUM-it's a way of life.I'll be in Vegas for business with FO.MO.CO.,but there are some fine business ladies there in clark county.I lived there for 8ight years and had my kustom shop "STEVES TRICK PAINT" there and had WOLFMAN JACK do my commercial I'll have to send you a kopy of it.Life was good there and I had the world by the b---s,but when I got kancer,I learned that if you dont have your health,you dont have s--t.
Just a sample of the kool rods I've done,if you ever seen the movie COBRA with SLY STALLONE,I did the Merc's for that movie.Some great rock and roll groups and doo-wop groups in VEGAS and hope to hook up again with PETE MOORE while there.As far as the MUSTANG ranch,last time there I found a noddle in the hair pie,but thats better than a fly in my soup.
Keep a kool hammer hangin 4our speed and will see ya soon.
|By Sue (18.104.22.168) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 02:34 pm:|
Have you been around Woodward lately at night? They're already out there ...kars AND kops
|By the count (22.214.171.124) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 03:23 pm:|
HEY SUSIE DARLING,man aint that the s--ts with the kops" they all look like they're from the village people.The kars are the stars and they are being kruiser like gentelmen and ladies.
I'am having T-SHIRTS printed up "KOPS AND RODDERS".I'll be karrying a kouple dozen dougnuts with me as I kruise to offer to the kops if (and will)get pulled over.
See ya when I return from L.V.
|By Sue (126.96.36.199) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 04:20 pm:|
When do you get back from LV?
Yeah they chased everybody from the parking lot at 13 and Woodward -- sound familiar? Next thing there'll be security guards in the lots on Woodward, just like back in the day, chasing off hot rodders.
The big gathering place now seems to be the Shell station north of 13 Mile.
|By the count (188.8.131.52) on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 04:54 pm:|
SUE,I return on the 29th.(JULY)thats a Tuesday,try to make our kruise at the V.F.W.same one that you were at for our dance.I hope things do get back to how it was on woodward and the kops,those were the fun days of street racing,and the kops trying to katch us.The shell station is becomming a regular hot rod heaven hang out,like the Sunoco station we hung out at durring the 6ixties owned by Dick Brennan.We kould even buy nitro racing fuel there and was known as the W.T.A.(woodward timming association).Man,those were the days of kars being trailered to woodward,strickly drag strip kars being raced for big $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$'s.Won quite a few myself.
See ya soon babe.