{MUSIC MINUTE} The Original “Stroll” circa. February 1958

  "The Stroll" was a slow rock n roll dance popular into the mid to late 1950s embraced by cool teens across America. Classic concept: boys on one side, girls on the other - the paired up couples then strut their stuff down the line. A precursor to the iconic Soul Train Line ... we…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} The Original “Stroll” circa. February 1958

CREEPY ASS SANTA PHOTOGRAPHS!

Not much more to be said about this one . . . Check out this collection of rather peculiar Santas that would make any right-minded kid quiver. Don't trust the man behind the beard! Who is the man behind the beard, anyway?? + Keep your children close . . . and your Santas even closer!…Read more CREEPY ASS SANTA PHOTOGRAPHS!

E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {FEBRUARY 5, 2013}

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Commercial Break: Shake That Thing Now! Dance Sequence from “Teenage Gang Debs” (1966)

So what if they're a little mean? Doesn't mean they don't know how to have fun, or better yet know how to throw a "kick-ass" dance party. "Teenage Gang Debs" definitely do! Sort of a new obsession as of late. This exploitation classic takes the archetypal "mean girl" to a whole new level. Shot in…Read more Commercial Break: Shake That Thing Now! Dance Sequence from “Teenage Gang Debs” (1966)

Music Minute: Poison Ivy – The Coasters(1959) + {Bonus: The Aztecs(1964)}

Written by American songwriting duo Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Poison Ivy was originally recorded by The Coasters in 1959. It went to #1 on the R&B chart and #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The duo would write a string of hits which would lead them to rise to fame in the 50s teaming up with other writers and writing hits…Read more Music Minute: Poison Ivy – The Coasters(1959) + {Bonus: The Aztecs(1964)}