"All Covered Up" Vol. 3
Mal Thursday fires up the Texas Tyme Machine for another wild trip across the decades with the all-time greats from the Lone Star State. This fab filler episode is another all-covers affair, with Texas artists covering and getting covered. Starring The Five Americans, Fever Tree, Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Joe "King" Carrasco and the Crowns, and Denton's favorite bad boys The Briks, who are heard in rare field recordings from various Dallas-area highspots circa '66.
Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.
THE FIVE AMERICANS: Gimme Some Lovin'
THE 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS: The Word
THE BAD SEEDS: King Bee
THE CHAPPARALS: Get Off My Cloud/Satisfaction
THE NERVEBREAKERS: Strange Movies
THE HICKOIDS: Whizz Kid
RICK BROUSSARD'S TWO HOOTS AND A HOLLER: Sukyaki (bed)
JOE "KING" CARRASCO & THE CROWNS: Party Doll
SAM THE SHAM & THE PHAROAHS: Long Tall Sally
LYRES: Ring Dang Doo
FEVER TREE: Ninety-Nine and a Half Won't Do
THE FREDDIE STEADY 5: I Can Beat Your Drum
EVE AND THE EXILES: Starvation
SIR DOUGLAS QUINTET: The Ballad of John Hardy
THE NOVAS: One Too Many Mornings
THE UGLY BEATS: You'll Forget
JOHNNY "GUITAR" WATSON: Cold, Cold Heart/Unchain My Heart (bed)
THE BRIKS: Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Til the End of the Day/The Nazz are Blue/I'm a Man
T-BONE BURNETT: Nothing in Return