This week, I’m recycling our friend Clay Stabler‘s addition to the LOUIE LOUIE Wikipedia page.
In 1967 French composers Michel Colombier and Pierre Henry, collaborating as Les Yper-Sound, produced a musique concrète work based on the “Louie Louie” riff titled “”Psyché Rock“. They subsequently worked with choreographer Maurice Béjart on a “Psyché Rock”-based score […]
I’ve been trying not to turn the LOUIE Report into an obituary webpage. Sadly, we keep losing people, and I do feel the need to acknowledge people that made a difference.
Today, it’s all about two people that just lost their long battle with cancer in the past few days. As I’m still adjusting […]
As March 2020 comes to close with minimal blog activity, this seemed like a good time to do a little recycling to make up for lost time.
Our friend Clay Stabler has shared some assorted LOUIE bits over at the LOUIE Party located at Facebook, so with his permission, we’re bringing mo these bits to […]
One month after receiving handwritten lyrics from Neil Innes, and writing about his misadventures with Pledge Music on my LL blog, he passes away.
Very saddened by his passing, but feeling so very grateful that I saw him perform three times – a Rutles reunion at BeatleFest in Los Angeles, and two […]
Actor Rene Auberjonois has passed away after a battle with lung cancer.
The New York-born Auberjonois began his career in the theatre in the 1960s, and made his feature film debut in Robert Altman’s M*A*S*H. in 1970, portraying the character of Father Mulcahy.
Auberjonois would go on to become a prolific character actor, enjoying […]
This week, the latest LOUIE on TV update is provided by two longtime LLama associates !!
We begin with two updates from special LLama associate Clay Stabler:
Happy Days (CBS) Season 8 / episode 5 / 1980-12-09 “Joanie Gets Wheels”
A version of LL plays on Potsie’s car radio from 3:45-3:52. Didn’t recognize the […]
It’s time for Part 5 of the “LOUIE on TV” posts, which by an unplanned coincidence, feature TV shows where women are the lead characters.
We’ll start with the most recent TV clip, which my friend Krista Wood alerted me to..
SMILF (Showtime) Season 1 / episode 8 / December 31, 2017 “Mark’s […]
This week for Part 4 of the “LOUIE on TV” post, the focus is on two TV episodes that originally used a recording of LOUIE LOUIE for the initial broadcasts, but were removed when these episodes were repackaged for the DVD market.
Both these episodes paid homage to the beer-drinking antics of the 1979 […]
For part 3 of the “LOUIE on TV” posts, the focus will be on some vintage television shows from the mid-1980s to 1990.
Let’s give it to ’em…. right now!
Moonlighting (ABC) Season 2 / episode 14 / 1986-02-18 “Every Daughter’s Father Is a Virgin”
There’s no performance of LOUIE […]
a scene from the COACH tv show
Following up on the LOUIE on TV – part 1 post from last week, here’s an update…
(original post) China Beach, Season 3/episode 15 / 1990-02-07 ”A Rumor of Peace”
08:11 – Kingsmen LL re-recording (with Dick Peterson vocals) is broadcast over pirate radio by […]