Groovy and Shakey!

Phast Phreddie the Boogaloo Omnibus and DJ Shakey swing at the DYNAGROOVE!

Phast Phreddie the Boogaloo Omnibus and DJ Shakey swing at the DYNAGROOVE!

DYNAGROOVE in October is always a gas. The 2014 one, held on the tenth, was no exception. Teddy’s Bar & Grill was filled early with folks celebrating a birthday, diggin’ the scene and eating the fine food. Why do you think they call it the “DYNAGROOVE?” Because folks dine on Teddy’s excellent cuisine and groove to the swingin’ sounds provided by host DJ Phast Phreddie the Boogaloo Omnibus. Special guest DJ was DJ Shakey, a most professional sort who played some super fabulous funk, soul, and jumpin’ jazz records for the DYNAGROOVE faithful. DJ Shakey has been an important component of the NYC vinyl DJ scene for quite some time, having DJ’d some boss parties (Rubulad, House of Yes, Dubday Mondays, Subway Soul Club, etc); hosts Shakey’s Record Fair; and is co-host of Warper Party Radio Extravaganza, an experimental music and audio art web program. DJ Shakey made provided excellent audio art of her own as she spun cool records while The Phast Man chowed down on Teddy’s famous Friday night fish fry!

For his part, The Boog played more cover songs than usual, in five different languages, and included three songs by Paul Revere & the Raiders in honor of Revere’s recent passing.

Here’s a list of all the records played by Phast Phredie the Boogaloo Omnibus at the DYNAGROOVE:

  • The Exotic Sounds of Martin Denny–Quiet Village (Liberty)
  • King Curtis–On Broadway (Atco)
  • Gene Pitney–Just One Smile (Musicor)
  • John McFarland Sextet–Forbidden (United Artists)
  • Freddie Mitchell–Freddie’s New Calypso (ABC-Paramount)
  • The Jeremy Steig Quartet–Oleo (Columbia)
  • Funkadelic–I Wanna Know if It’s Good to You (Westbound)
  • Grant Green—Sookie, Sookie (Blue Note)
  • Bobby Christian, the Man with a Sound–Caravan (Stepheny)
  • Major Lance–Rhythm (OKeh)
  • The Quartette Tres Bien–Love Is a Hurtin’ Thing (Decca)
  • The Monkees–Oh My, My (Colgems)
  • Grace Slick and the Great Society–Sally Go ’Round the Roses (Columbia)
  • Count Basie–A Square at the Round Table (Power)
  • Quincy Jones and His Orchestra–A Hard Day’s Night (Mercury)
  • Paul Revere and the Raiders–Sometimes (Columbia)
  • Henry Mancini–Banzai Pipeline (RCA Victor)
  • Rosemary Clooney–Mangos (Columbia)
  • Max Romeo & the Upsetters–One Step Forward (Island)
  • Al Green–I Can’t Get Next to You (Hi)
  • Studio 11–Money Can’t Buy My Love (Qualiton; Hungary)
  • The Blazers featuring Dave “Baby” Cortez on organ–Skins and Sounds (Winley)
  • I New Dada–Lady Jane (Bluebell; Italy)
  • Booker T. & the MG’s–Eleanor Rigby (Stax; Spain)
  • Chet Atkins–Teensville (RCA Victor)
  • The Renegades–Cadillac (Norton)
  • Clifford Brown–Hymn of the Orient (Blue Note)
  • Hugh Masekela–Norwegian Wood (M-G-M)
  • Sly and the Family Stone–Everybody Is a Star (Epic)
  • James Brown–Giitin’ a Little Hipper (Part 2) (King)
  • Paulo Alencar and His Brazilian All-Stars–Zirigdoom – Bossa Nova (Atco)
  • Jimmy Smith–Respect (Verve)
  • The Jazz Crusaders–Get Back (World Pacific Jazz)
  • Les Mersey’s–Jolie Rita (Super 4; Canada)
  • The Ronettes–Do I Love You? (Philles)
  • The Beach Boys–Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Capitol)
  • Leticia Estrada–La Burbuja (Musart; Mexico)
  • The Maytals–Sweet and Dandy (Mango)
  • ZZ en de Maskers–Ik Bedoel ’T Altijd Zo Goed (Artone; Netherlands)
  • Richard Anthony–Baby (Out of Time) (Pathé; Canada)
  • Los Johnny Jets–Juntos y Felices (Happy Together) (Discos Columbia)
  • Lalo Schifrin–Mission: Impossible (Dot)
  • Candy and the Kisses–Out in the Streets Again (Scepter)
  • Paul Revere and the Raiders–Blue Fox (Columbia)
  • Roy Meriwether Trio–Soup and Onions (Columbia)
  • Maxine Brown–Plum Outa Sight (Epic)
  • Brenda Hall–Oh Eddy My Baby (Loma)
  • Sounds Nice featuring Tim Mycroft on organ–Love You Too (Rare Earth)
  • The Left Bank–I’ve Got Something (Smash)
  • Hoyt Axton–San Fernando (Colgems)
  • Jimmie Haskell–The James Bond Theme (Capitol)
  • Jay Berliner–Stickball (Mainstream)
  • Myron & E with the Soul Investigators–(Free Delivery From) The Pot Club Part 1 (Nite Club)
  • Fela Ransome-Kuti & the Africa ’70–Shakara Oloje (Editions Makossa International)
  • Earl Van Dyke & the Soul Brothers–How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You (Soul)
  • Desi Arnaz and His Orchestra–Babalú (RCA Victor)
  • Dennis Coff & the Lyman Woodward Trio–It’s Your Thing (Maverick)
  • Jimmy Cliff–Guns of Brixton (Collective Sounds; UK)
  • Jacob Miller–Shakey Girl (Joe Gibbs Record Globe; Jamaica)
  • Brentford Road All Stars–Love at First Sight (Studio 1; Jamaica)
  • Don Wilkerson–Camp Meetin’ (Blue Note)
  • Jose Luis y Los Maloos–Confesiones de Media Noche (Cap Latino)
  • Les Lionceaux–Quatre Garçons Dans Le Vent (A Hard Day’s Night) (Fontana; Canada)
  • The Premiers–So Fine (Warner Bros.)
  • Tommy James & the Shondells–Ya! Ya! (Roulette)
  • Steve Alaimo–Everyday I Have to Cry (Checker)
  • Marlena Shaw–California Soul (Cadet)
  • The Second Coming–I Feel Free (Steady)
  • The Red Coats–Shimmy Shimmy Walk (Fraternity)
  • Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers–Hold on I’m Coming (Parlophone; UK)
  • The Lords–Que Sera (Columbia; Germany)
  • Las Moskas–Llorando Como Nino (CBS; Mexico)
  • Palito Ortega–Poco Puedo Darte (A Little Bit Me a Little Bit You) (RCA Victor)
  • Paul Revere and the Raiders–Hungry (Columbia)
  • Ox-Bow Incident–Reach Out (Smash)
  • Les Aristocrates–Je Ne Vois Qu’elle (Choc!; Canada)
  • Teddy Randazzo–Ooh-Poo-Pah-Doo (ABC-Paramount)
  • Jock Mitchell–Work With Me Annie (Impact)
  • The Newbeats–Run Baby Run (Back Into My Arms) (Hickory)
  • The Supremes–When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes (Motown)
  • Celia Cruz/Tito Puente–Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In (Tico)
  • Hopetown Lewis–Working It Down to the Bone (Dynamic; Jamaica)
  • Lynn Hope–The Scrunch (Aladdin)

None of these records are for sale. Photos by Nancy “Jeannie” Gardner. Click on them and they will magically big-O-fi!!

Phast Phreddie pheasts on the Phriday night phish phry at the DYNAGROOVE!!

Phast Phreddie pheasts on the Phriday night phish phry at the DYNAGROOVE!!

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One thought on “Groovy and Shakey!

  1. Hi. This is Geirge Napolitano I’m a mber of the Ox-Bow Incident. I want to thank you for playing one of our songs Reach Out at a recent party. Much appreciated! Hope you continue to play our tunes. George Ox-Bow

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