Prince R-manThe Stag chief. Despite his old age and worn looks the maestro still can get very excited when he hears a great tune. Travelled from the 60s to the 50s with current course to the 40s to dig up wyld and danceable sides. But is not afraid to drop an early Motown hit when the time is right.
Pic: the sweaty one with his fave DJ buddy Sir Bald Patrick!
Joe Jeffrey -The Train
Ray Charles - You're Just About To Lose Your Clown
King Size Taylor - Somebody's Always Trying
Willie Jones - Where's My Money
Muddy Waters - You Need Love
Frankie Newsome - Don't Mess With My Lovemaker
Shorty Long - Out To Get You
Roy Brown - Mr. Hound Dog is In Town
The Blues Busters - How Sweet It Is
Little Daddy Walton - Highway Blues
Patrick "Soon Come" McCarthyLondon based allrounder of irish-jamaican heritage. Plays guitar and sings in Saint Silas Intercession, plugs the strings in (his brother) Michael J. Sheehy’s Hired Mourners and is the brain and muscle behind The Stag-O-Lee Shakedown UK. Great DJ, too. We’re glad to have him.
Ray Charles - Busted
Joe 'Groundhog' Richardson - Take It Off
John Lee Hooker - Think Twice Before You Go
Lowell Fulsom - Stop And Think
Ike & Tina Turner - I Can't Believe What You Say
Elvis Presley - Wearin' That Loved On Look
Johnny Cash - Goin' To Memphis
Funkadelic - Fish, Chips And Sweat
Muddy Waters - Tom Cat
Paul Kelly - Soul Flow
Michael J. Sheehy
Converted from Jesus to Elvis, formed the band Dream City Film Club in 1996 (made some records for Beggars Banquet) and went solo after the group imploded in 1999. After a few solo works on Beggar’s Banquet he signed to Glitterhouse Records for the rest of his life.
Great DJ, too, works wonders with as a tag-team with brother Patrick (picture front). Michael is working the 1+2's in the back.
Joe South - Hush
Elvis Presley - See See Rider (On Stage 1970)
Muddy Waters - She's Alright (Electric Mud)
Dr. John - I Been Hoodood
Tom Waits - Down In The Hole
Phyllis Dillon - Woman Of The Ghetto
The Upsetters - Give More Justice To The People
Odetta - Prettiest Train (Live At Carnegie Hall)
Sly And The Family Stone - I Want To Take You Higher (Live At Woodstock)
Marty Robbins – Big Iron
Baby Bear Record PlayerBaby Bear’s real name is Liam and these are his own words: “I'm singer and lead maracas player with The Fabulous Penetrators. I play records in bars for money and I also run dumb club nights including Saturday Night Beaver (Bethnal Green Workingmens Club), Hey Stoopid! (The Haggerston), Gutter Club (Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes) and Cherokee Stomp (Catch Bar). I'm from the west of Ireland and my current favourite things include whiskey, parrots, flamenco dolls, Little Richard, false eyelashes, meat, guava juice, white moccasins, Chelo Alonso, Batman TV series, breaking maracas, old people, monkey records and my lady.” Myspace
McKinley Mitchell - You're Not Gonna Break My Heart
Big Maybelle - That's A Pretty Good Love
The Contours - Whole Lotta Woman
Art Neville - Arabian Love Call
Preston Epps - Bongo Rock
Lalo Guerrero Y Sus Cinco Lobos - Los Chucos Suaves
Wilmouth Houdini - Bobby Sox Idol
Roy Montrell - That Mellow Saxaphone
Louisiana Red - Ride On Red, Ride On
Ronnie Love - Chills And Fever
Duke Jens-O-MaticStuttgarts finest in Primitive Rhythms: From Psychobilly Rumble to 30s Hepcat Jive, 40s Jump Blues, Voodoo-Blues, Fuzz-Guitars, Uptown Soul Struts, Suicidebilly, Punk-Rawk and Exotica Mambosis. Wham bam, thank you man! Myspace
On the picture you see the Duke working the Stag-O-Lee Soundcruiser!
Jack Nitzsche - Rumble
Elvis Presley - Let Yourself Go
David Morrison - Voodoo
Charles Sheffield - It's Your Voodoo Working
Ted Taylor - Somebody's Always Trying
Bo Diddley - The Greatest Lover In The World
Link Wray - Rumble Mambo
Bobby Darin - Long Line Rider
Louisiana Red - Ride On, Red, Ride On
The Cadets - Dancin' Dan
Dinah Washington - Relax, Max
ChrispopThe junior of the team, but certainly the most skilled and given the amassed hours behind the wheels of steel way ahead of most of the other Allstars. Likes to surprise the massive with a handful of German-voiced rock`n´soul tunes obtained during early morning fleamarket raids.
Lee Dorsey – Go Go Girl
Jimmy Castor – Ham Hocks Espanol
The Emperors – Karate
The Majestics – Funky Chick
Joseph Henry – Who's The King?
Gi Gi – Daddy Love
The Kinky Coo Coo's – Something 's Got A Hold On Me
The Kinks – She's Got Everything
Ola & Janglers – Let's Dance
Howard Carpendale – Soul Sister, Brown Sugar
K-NutMr. Cool from Cologne. Everything he does sho gets funky!
Larry Ellis & The Black Hammer - Funky Thing (Pt.1)
Hank Johnson - You Lost Your Thing
Rodger Collins - She's Looking Good
Sugar Pie DeSanto - Soulful Dress
Betty James - I'm A Little Mixed Up
Jerry Jaye - I'm In Love Again
Peppermint Harris - Wait Until It Happens To You
The Soul Snatchers - Granny's Groove
Bobby Patterson - How Do You Spell Love?
The Buttshakers - Gimme A Little Sign
WhirlyjoeThe rock. Knows the ten best records of every style and drops them when they are needed. Usually dj’s at a few places in his hometown Stuttgart, but it is as a Stag-O-Lee Allstar when he really looses his temper.
Shirley Ellis - The Name Game
Bill Haley & His Comets - Mambo Rock
Diplomats Of Solid Sound - B-O-O-G-A-L-O-O
Kay Starr - Come On-A My House
Little Richard - Rip It Up
Beatles - Bad Boy
Harry Belafonte - Jump In The Line
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - Walk Don’t Run
The Cougars - Saturday Nite At The Duck Pond
Johnny Hallyday - Noir C’est Noir
AxelThe latest Allstar addition! After four years of serious training DJ XL was awarded the Allstar medal of honour after dropping the Bar Kay’s Soulfinger three times in one night!
Sonny Boy Williamson – Help Me
Albert Washington – Ramble
Lula Reed & Freddy King – You Can’t Hide
Roy Montrell – That Mellow Saxophone
Bobby Bland – Honey Child
King Curtis – What’d I Say (Pt. 2)
Roy Head – Treat Her Right
John Hammond – Cross Cut Saw
Rolling Stones – Route 66
The Lyrics – So What !!