Vol. 12

Good Times! End Times! vol. 12 by Good Times! End Times! on Mixcloud


The Retreds-Black Mona Lisa
The Shooters-She’s All Right
Sara Lee-Jim Dandy
The Good Guys-Whoa Whoa
Dorothea Fleming-The Devil is Mad
The Ric-A-Shays-Turn On
The Butanes-Don’t Forget I Love You
Irma Thomas-Somebody Told You
The Famous Ward Singers-I’m So Glad
The Groupies-Primitive
The Jaye Sisters-Pitter Patter Boom Boom
Arthur Grisworld-Pretty Mama Blues
Irene & the Scotts-I’m Stuck On My Baby
Hank Davis-One Way Track
The Cadillacs-Holy Smoke Baby
Little Miss Janice-Scarred Knees
Billy & the Kids-Say You Love Me
Charles Clark-Hidden Charms
Duane Eddy-Stalkin’
James Brown & the Famous Flames-Good Good Lovin

Vol. 11

Good Times! End Times! vol. 11 by Good Times! End Times! on Mixcloud

Little Willie John-Mister Glenn
Bobby Roberts & the Ravons-How Can I Make Her Mine
Bobby Davis-Damper Down
Joyce Green-Black Cadillac
The Gospel Pearls featuring Bessie Griffin-Two Little Fishes
Ernie Fields-Teen Flip
Ronnie Bird-Pour Toi
Nolan Strong & the Diablos-Try Me One More Time
Barbara Lynn-You Can’t Buy My Love
The Jiants-Tornado
Elmore James-Rollin’ and Tumblin’
Piney Grove Spiritual Singers of Milledgeville-Get Back Satan
Pete Drake-The Spook
Etta James-Seven Days a Fool
The Outcasts-I’m in Pittsburgh (and it’s raining)
Lightnin’ Slim-I’m Evil
The Pussycats-I Want Your Love
Billy Preston-Volcano
Rev. A. Johnson-God Don’t Like It
Elvis Presley-Blue Moon

Vol. 10

Good Times! End Times! vol. 10 by Good Times! End Times! on Mixcloud

Sister Lucille Barbee-Let the Church Roll On
Johnny Knight-Rock n’ Roll Guitars
Ric Cartey-Scratchin’ on My Screen
Harold Burrage-She Knocks Me Out
The Pleasure Seekers-What a Way to Die
The Coasters-I’m a Hog for You Baby
Phil Flowers-No Kissin’ at the Hop
Verna Rae Clay-I’ve Got it Bad
Ronnie Fuller-Do the Dive
The Tormentors-Didn’t it Rain
Little Walter-Mellow Down Easy
The Avantis-Wax ‘Em Down
Betty O’Brien-She’ll Be Gone
The Volumes-County Jail
The Pharaohs-Isle of Love
Lazy Lester-I’m a Lover, Not a Fighter
Sugar & the Spices-Boys Can Be Mean
The Dixie Nightingales-I Don’t Know
Guitar Slim-I Got Sumpin’ for You
Ricky Nelson-Milk Cow Blues
Barbara Dane-I’m On My Way

Vol. 9

Good Times! End Times! vol. 9 by Good Times! End Times! on Mixcloud

The Snowmen-Ski Storm
Screamin’ Joe Neal-Rock n’ Roll Deacon
Otis Rush-Sit Down Baby
Helen Troy-I Think I Love You
Linda Glover-Counting Sheep Over You
The Pretty Things-Don’t Bring Me Down
Otis Smith-Sunday School Woman
The Titans-No Time
Earl Curry-One Whole Year Baby
The Fabulous Swingtones-You Know Baby
The Electrodes-Go Away
The Esquires-Come On Come On
The Orioles-Thank the Lord! Thank the Lord!
Bobby Hendricks-Itchy Twitchy Feeling
Roosevelt Nettles-Heartaches and Trouble
Thee Mighty Caesars-Young Man Afraid of His Horses
Kathy Zee-Buzzin’
Laurel Aitken-Judgment Day
Slim Harpo-I’ve Got Love If You Want It
Lee Moses-Bad Girl

Take // 2

The Dixie Hummingbirds take the ’66 Newport Folk Fest by storm with their raucous version of “I’ve Got So Much to Shout About.” Pete Seeger this is not.

These hard-rocking Merseybeat gals lay it on thick with their crunchy performance of “Peanut Butter.”

Vol. 8

Good Times! End Times! vol. 8 by Good Times! End Times! on Mixcloud

Young Jessie-Shuffle in the Gravel
The Rangers-Justine
The Storey Sisters-Bad Motorcycle
Al Casey-If I Told You Wouldn’t
Walter Vaughn-Down On My Knees
The Chantays-Move It
Jimmy “Playboy” Knight-Little Ann
Pat Clayton-I Said No
The Split Ends-Rich With Nothing
The Dixie Hummingbirds-Bedside of a Neighbor
Richard Wylie-Money
Roy Gaines-Worried ‘Bout You Baby
Jimmie Lee-Cry Over Me
The Liverbirds-Talking About You
Maurice & the Zodiacs-Come and Get It
The Supertones-Slippin’ and Sloppin’ (pt.1)
Freddy King-Now I’ve Got a Woman
Del Shannon-Move It On Over
The Charts-Zoop
Titus Turner-Walk on the Wild Side Twist
The Gun Club-Preachin’ Blues

Take // 2

(Take //2 is a video feature of two artists on the latest Good Times! End Times! mix playing a different song from their catalog)

The Easybeats try to make reparations but those damn guitars hardly let them get a word in edgewise. Sorry they’re not sorry.

They say Ruth Brown used to be more popular than Coca-Cola in the South and it ain’t no wonder why: Never flat, just shake, fizz and pop!