He Put the Bomp! In the Bomp

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All Music Guide - Mark Deming
Greg Shaw wasn't a musician, but he had a greater positive impact on rock & roll than many people who've put out dozens of records. Shaw was a record collector and passionate rock & roll fan who founded one of the first rock fanzines, Mojo Navigator, that in time evolved into his magazine Bomp, which focused on the kind of real rock & roll most major magazines ignored. Shaw also wrote for other publications, worked as an A&R man for several record labels, and managed the Flamin' Groovies for a spell, and in the '70s, he put his money where his ideals were and launched his own independent label, Bomp Records, and released a steady stream of classic garage ...
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All Music Guide - Mark Deming
Greg Shaw wasn't a musician, but he had a greater positive impact on rock & roll than many people who've put out dozens of records. Shaw was a record collector and passionate rock & roll fan who founded one of the first rock fanzines, Mojo Navigator, that in time evolved into his magazine Bomp, which focused on the kind of real rock & roll most major magazines ignored. Shaw also wrote for other publications, worked as an A&R man for several record labels, and managed the Flamin' Groovies for a spell, and in the '70s, he put his money where his ideals were and launched his own independent label, Bomp Records, and released a steady stream of classic garage rock, punk, and power pop recordings that continues to this day. In the fall of 2004, heart failure claimed Shaw's life at the age of 55, and He Put the Bomp in the Bomp is a compilation album that pays homage to Shaw's work and his guiding influence. Since he didn't make records of his own, it isn't a tribute album in the usual sense, and it doesn't focus strictly on music that was released by Bomp over the years. Instead, He Put the Bomp features 23 acts who play the kind of raw, heartfelt, and passionate rock & roll that Shaw championed, each covering a different classic tune. Some of the combinations seem pretty obvious -- the Plimsouls grooving on the Easybeats' "Good Times" or Nikki Corvette tearing into the Pleasure Seekers' "What a Way to Die" -- while others are a bit more cryptic, such as the Morning After Girls transforming Kim Fowley's "The Trip" into a slow, narcotic drift, and the Warlocks closing the show with "Hey Man" by Spacemen 3. But the guiding principle seems to have been to get the kind of bands Greg Shaw liked and have them play songs Shaw would dig, and thankfully nearly everyone here hits that nail on the head. Nikki Sudden and Captain Sensible deliver a surprisingly effective acoustic version of Iggy Pop's "Kill City," Outrageous Cherry's cover of the Gants' "I Wonder" is simply luminous, the Black Keys transform the Cramps' "I Can't Find My Mind" into something even more messed-up than the original, "Him or Me" by the Dukes of Earl is pure frat rock bliss, and "Red Temple Prayer (Two Headed Dog)" finds the Barracudas making the most of a great Roky Erickson tune. He Put the Bomp In the Bomp is an eclectic set that covers a fair amount of stylistic ground, but every track in one way or another speaks of a deep love for rock & roll, and it's not hard to imagine that Greg Shaw would have gotten a pretty big kick out of it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/20/2007
  • Label: Bomp Records
  • UPC: 790168604621
  • Catalog Number: 1

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Good Times (4:25)
  2. 2 She's Just a Girl on the Block (2:46)
  3. 3 Can't Find My Mind - The Black Keys (2:12)
  4. 4 What's Wrong with You? (3:14)
  5. 5 I Gotta Way with Girls (3:07)
  6. 6 I Wonder (2:33)
  7. 7 Him or Me What's It Gonna Be (2:49)
  8. 8 Don't You Ever Think I Cry (4:31)
  9. 9 What a Way to Die - Nikki Corvette & the Hell On Heels (2:09)
  10. 10 Screwed Up - SSM (3:04)
  11. 11 The Trip (4:40)
  12. 12 I Just Want to Make Love to You - Radio Moscow (2:52)
  13. 13 I'm Dissatisfied - Loons (2:26)
  14. 14 Slow Death (3:55)
  15. 15 Walkin' the Dog (2:25)
  16. 16 Chunk of Steel (2:03)
  17. 17 Sonic Reducer (2:56)
  18. 18 Beat Your Heart Out (2:42)
  19. 19 Pablo Picasso - The Last (3:50)
  20. 20 Kill City - Captain Sensible (2:31)
  21. 21 Red Temple Prayer (Two Headed Dog) - Barracudas (3:00)
  22. 22 Life of Crime (2:48)
  23. 23 Hey Man - Warlocks (4:53)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Peter Case Vocals, 12-string Guitar
Jack Endino Guitar
Nikki Sudden Vocals
Captain Sensible Vocals, Hand Clapping
Jeremy Gluck Vocals
Bill Bartolin Guitar, Vocals
George Cabaniss Vocals
Mike Clarke Drums
Rick Coraccio Bass, Background Vocals
Dave Goldberg Keyboards
Eddie Muñoz Guitar
Paul Murphy Drums, Hi Hat
David Nolte Percussion
Joe Nolte Guitar, Vocals
Dave Pahoa Bass, Vocals
Rudi Protrudi Guitar, Vocals
Frank Secich Bass, Vocals
Matthew Smith Guitar, Vocals
Robin Wills Guitar
Jimmy Zero Vocals
Larry Ray Guitar, 12-string Guitar
Jeff "Monoman" Conolly Vocals, Pianette
Billy Sullivan Vocals
Dave Swanson Tambourine, Vocals
Pete Drivere Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Chad Gilchrist Bass, Background Vocals
John Szymanski Synthesizer, Vocals, Noise
Mike Stax Harmonica, Vocals
David "Quinton" Steinber Vocals
Sean Doherty Keyboards
Roger Ward Drums
Johnny Walker Guitar, Vocals
Danny Hole Drums
Dave Shettler Drums, Vocals
Robert Coyne Bass, Piano
Chris "Poet" Wilson Guitar, Vocals
Ben Swank Drums
Patrick Carney Drums, Maracas
Dan Auerbach Guitar, Vocals
Mike Kamoo Drums
Daniel J. Travanti Guitar, Vocals
Chris Brief Drums, Vocals
Anja Dixon Bass, Background Vocals
Oliver Henry Bass, Background Vocals
Nick Waggoner Vocals, Fuzz Guitar
Stevie Kicks Bass, Vocals
Dave Meshell Vocals
Bryan Head Drums
Helene 33 Piano
Nikki Corvette Vocals
Zachary Anderson Bass
John Clifford Barry Bass
Marty "Mother" Morris Guitar, Vocals
Johnny Koury Drums, Maracas, Vocals
Steve E. Nix Guitar, Vocals
Phil Freeborn Hand Clapping
Mark Mulholland Guitar
Parker Griggs Guitar, Vocals
Deb Agolli Drums, Background Vocals
Steve Aquino 12-string Guitar
Bob Cesare Maracas
Chela Rose Fox Bass
Dave Harbison Bass
Chris Leonardi Piano
Missy Lid Background Vocals, farfisa organ
Chris Marsteller Guitar
Paula Monarch Guitar
Yan Quellien Drums
Calvin Retzlaff Drums, Vocals
Keith Rich Drums
Jessica Roe Drums
Marc Shroeder Guitar, Background Vocals, Slide Guitar
Skinny Mike Guitar, Vocals
Coffin Jaye Toothaker Bass
Austin Ulmer Bass, Vocals
Technical Credits
Willie Dixon Composer
Roky Erickson Composer
Spacemen 3 Composer
Rufus Thomas Composer
Jack Endino Producer, Engineer
Nikki Sudden Producer
David Thomas Composer
Stiv Bators Composer
Mick Farren Composer
Kim Fowley Composer
Johnny Blitz Composer
John Curley Producer, Engineer
Jim Diamond Engineer
Blag Jesus Producer
Cyril Jordan Composer
George Kooymans Composer
Roy Loney Composer
Jeff Magnum Composer
Vitus Mataré Producer
Rudi Protrudi Producer
Frank Secich Producer
Greg Shaw Author
Matthew Smith Producer
Robin Wills Producer
Jimmy Zero Composer
Javier Escovedo Composer
Dave Cooley Mastering
Dean Torrence Logo
David Allen Artwork, Logo
Steve Potterf Composer
Steven Fallone Mastering
Pete Drivere Engineer
Johnny Sangster Engineer
Pleasure Seekers Composer
Nick Cain Engineer
Warlocks Producer
Sid Herring Composer
The Black Keys Producer
Dan Auerbach Producer, Engineer
Mike Kamoo Producer, Engineer
Jack Younger Producer, Engineer
Alberto Lopex Composer
Mitch Rackin Engineer
Phil Freeborn Engineer
Muff Brandywine Producer
Joe Corluka Engineer
Greedy Bros Producer
Bjorn Luzer Producer
Billy Nicgorski Engineer
Pinky Slim Producer
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