Thursday, September 02, 2010

Bronco Billy Dolan and Primitive Sound System Dancing at D.C.'s Tavern - Thursday September 2nd - 9PM to Closing

Hello Y'all,
At 300lbs I don't usually dance all that often in public. Let's face it, no one wants to see that. But, I do love songs that can make you move. I love listening to them, I love drumming to them and most of all I love playing them so others can enjoy them. Whether someone is just listening or throwing themselves around the floor (with or without a partner or partners) lost in that ecstatic joy that dancing can cause it is obvious nothing is better than music with a beat. What is most exciting is that dance music is certainly not confined to any one genre. I have found music to move the body or shake the Soul in every stack of records I have ever gone through. The thing people need to remember is that you don't need to know the song playing to dance to it. Being the father of a seven year old you get to see how anything (sometimes not even music) can cause spontaneous gyrations. In that moment mind, body and soul are one and people usually look their happiest and most free. With that said, I am filling the boxes with music to move the body, the mind, the soul and hopefully bend a few elbows. As is always the case if you have a wrist band from the Pier Sessions there are drink specials to be had all night long. Come on by, drink some booze, pretend like you care what the person next to you is sayin' and if the mood hits - take to the dance floor and break yer back baby! If your driving don't drink, if you are drinking don't drive... if you are walking drink until you fall down. And please be kind and tip The Hunter (or he will shot you and show us proper gutting techniques).

- pat.

Primitive Sound System
"Audio Visual Triumphs and Disasters" -

Bronco Bill Dolan and Primitive Sound System - Thursday September 2nd
- 9PM to Closing

D.C.'s Tavern
505 8th Street
Between Jefferson and Madison
Hoboken, New Jersey
PH: 201-792-5550


The Pier Sessions:
Black Water
They Had Faces Then
Greg Smith & Broken English
Mike Frensley
Nicole Lichert

Come out for another good time on the pier and enjoy the view and free music! Not only can you do all that, but you can do your part to help out those less fortunate. For the month of September I will be collecting goods for the Hoboken Shelter at all of the pier events. If every person brings just one item it will make all the difference in the world.

By checking out the link below you can find out what the shelter needs most.

Come on out for another FREE Pier Session! Bar opens at 6 p.m. and music will start around 7. Bring your blankets/lawn chairs if you wish and claim your spot on the lawn early.
Rain or Shine - FREE Music - There is BOOZE
Taco Truck (parked on 14th) - Vendors
Good times
Drink specials at DCs with a wrist band!
What more could you ask for? See you there!
LOCATION: Shipyard Marina -,+Hoboken,+NJ+07030&hl=en


If you can't dance to these songs... Jack you dead!

The Mohawks - "The Champ"
Booker T And The M.G.'s - "Hip Hug - Her"
Young - Holt Unlimited - "Soulful Strut"
The Champs - "Tequila"
The Contours - "Do You Love Me"
Curtis Lee - "Pretty Little Angel Eyes"
Clarence Henry - "Aint Got No Home"
Joe Bennett And The Sparkletones - "Black Slacks"
Huey (Piano) Smith And The Clowns - "Don't You Just Know It"
Barrett Strong - Money (That's What I Want)"
The Rivingtons - "The Birds The Word"
The Five Du-Tones - "Shake A Tail Feather"
The Dartells - "Hot Pastrami"
The Guess Who? - "Shakin' All Over"
Mickey Lee Lane - "Hey Sah-Lo-Ney"
The Monkees - "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone"
The Trashmen - "Surfin' Bird"
The Sonics - "The Hustler"
The Strangeloves - "Cara-Lin"
Bar-Kays - "Soul Finger"
Eddie Floyd - "Big Bird"
Funkadelic - "Red Hot Momma"
The Meters - "Groovy Lady"
Eddie Long - "Mo Jo Workout"
Don Gardner - "My Baby Loves To Boogaloo"
Howard Tate - "Stop"
Edwin Starr - "Twenty-Five Miles"
Gus "The Groove" Lewis - "Let The Groove Move You"
The Emperor's - "Karate"
Bobby Patterson - "T.C.B. or T.Y.A."
Billy Stewart - "Summertime"
The Mighty Hannibal - "Jerkin' The Dog"
Roy Head - Treat Her Right"
Dyke And The Blazers - "Funky Broadway"
Arthur Alexander - "A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues"
The Shangri-Las - "Give Him A Great Big Kiss"
Marlena Shaw - "California Soul"
Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto - "In The Basement"
Barbara Acklin - "Am I The Same Girl"
Peggy Lee - "Fever"
and yes, "The Peanut Duck"