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'Welcome To Eltingville' pilot (2002)

A faithful re-creation of characters created by comics artist / animation writer Evan Dorkin that have appeared in his anthology comic book, 'Dork'.

The one-and-only TV episode of 'Welcome To Eltingville' ran on the Cartoon Network's 'Adult Swim'.

It could have made a great series...

Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen (featuring Bill Kirchen) - Live in '71

The Cody band performing 'Seeds And Stems (Again)', 'Hot Rod Lincoln', and
'Jailhouse Rock' in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1971, as seen in the concert film 'Ten for Two'.

Commander Cody - Everybody's Doin' It

A musical interlude from the 1976 Roger Corman flick,
'Hollywood Boulevard'.

Commander Cody Band - 2 Triple Cheese (circa 1981)

The music video features the now-extinct Kwik-Way Drive-In Oakland, California.
It was directed by Joe Dea, and aired several times 'back in the day' on 'VideoWest' a locally-originated show that ran on KQED,
San Francisco's PBS station.

The song was released on the Cody Band's 'Lose It Tonight' LP from 1981, released on the Peter Pan record label (yes, the kiddie record label).

Stereo Total - Wir Tanzen Im 4-Eck (2002)

The song appeared originally on the Stereo Total album, 'Musique Automatique', released in 2001.

- - plus a different take on the same snappy number...

Ursula 1000 - Electrik Boogie (2006)

See also: Ursula 1000 website

The Muffs - Don't Pick On Me (2004)

Animation by Tom Neely.

The song is off of The Muffs album 'Really Really Happy'.

Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five - Let The Good Times Roll

Louis Jordan - Saturday Night Fish Fry (1966)

From the TV show 'The!!! Beat' that was taped in Dallas, Texas and broadcast out of Nashville, Tennessee. (Or was it the other way around? Reports vary.)

The host is R&B disc jockey Bill "Hoss" Allen, the house band is The Beat Boys, led by guitarist Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.

Jordan was 58 at the time, and kicks ass. His appearances on this show were apparently the only time his performances were captured in color.