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Options September 20, 2008: Includes interviews with Billy J. Kramer & David Marks!

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Artist Track
Thursday's Children  You Can Forget About That   Options
Ethel Smith  Downtown   Options
Dub Dickerson  Mama Laid The Law Down   Options
Ted Hawkins  Revenge Of Scorpio   Options
Ted Hawkins  My Last Goodbye   Options
Todd Rundgren  Couldn't I Just Tell You   Options
Jet Harris & Tony Meehan  Some People   Options
Dave Rich  Tuggin On My Heartstrings   Options
Bobby Dobyne & The Barefacts  Soulful Sound Of Music   Options
Rusty & Doug  I Like You (Like This)   Options
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Noah left:   Options
Equals, The  Baby, Come Back   Options
Roy Montrell  (Every Time I Hear That) Mello Saxaphone   Options
Ventures, The  Sha La La   Options
David Marks & the Marksmen  Food Fair   Options
David Marks & the Marksmen  I Could Make You Mine   Options
David Marks & the Marksmen  Travelin   Options
David Marks  INTERVIEW   Options
David Marks & the Marksmen  Crusin' (alt.)   Options
Little Richard  The Girl Can't Help It!   Options
Marvin Rainwater  I Dig You Baby   Options
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas  Bad To Me   Options
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas  Do You Want to Know a Secret?   Options
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas  Mad Mad World   Options
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas  Little Children   Options
Billy J. Kramer WithThe Dakotas  INTERVIEW   Options
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas  I'll Keep You Satisfied   Options
Grandpa Jones  Hip Cat's Wedding   Options
Grandpa Jones  All American Boy   Options
Richie Valens  Come On Let's Go   Options
Jim Ford  Go Through Sunday   Options
Jackie Edwards  Hush   Options
Funk Brothers, The  I Heard It Through The Grapevine   Options
Lalo Schifrin  Mission Impossible   Options
Pink Floyd  Astronomy Domine   Options
Deke Dickerson  I Might Not Come Home At All   Options
Fats Domino  Lady Madonna   Options
Eddie Cochrane  Weekend   Options
A MINUTE WITH  Scott Schinder   Options
Dean Friedman  Ariel   Options
Woody Styles  WAKY News 1974   Options
Longmont Potion Castle  Rollo Candy   Options

Listener comments!

  Sat. 9/20/08 10:08am DeemerDave:

I Giant show? How appropriate, although I prefer a Patriotic show.

Good morning from Nashua, NH!
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:12am spazz:

R.I.P. Earl Palmer
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:13am david:

This has all the makings of one fine show!
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:20am Hatch:

For some reason I'm not at all surprised that Todd Rundgren is a jerk.
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:22am SmokinJ:

World's full of em' Hatch...
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:29am Parq:

True that, J. If we never listened to number one hits that are made by lousy excuses for human beings, we'd have to spend most of our time listening to the news.
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:32am SmokinJ:

From my experiences there are a lot more artists that are truly cool people though..
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:36am david:

And they all know who we should vote for.
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:39am SmokinJ:

That needs no explanation..
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:41am Dominick:

Baby Come Back!
Noah, this did get airplay in NYC back in the day
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:42am david:

This IS a #1 hit. A great 2cd compilation is out there on these guys!
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:42am Noah:

Thanks Michael!
  Sat. 9/20/08 10:58am david:

Killer stuff! What label is the 2cd compilation on?
  Sat. 9/20/08 11:29am Paul:

Any of you computer-savvy people know how to save these shows as mp3's?
  Sat. 9/20/08 11:40am Paul:

Never mind. I figured it out.
  Sat. 9/20/08 11:43am Paul:

Check that. Apparently, the podcast only contains the interview portion. I'm trying to get the whole show. Anyone?
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:02pm Tim:

I just saw Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby here in San Francisco, don't miss the show! But this song is the worst one on the album, which I am glad Eric insisted i buy off him before leaving.
Love the show though.
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:07pm Sam I Am:

Hey Tim:
I liked that song!
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:09pm SmokinJ:

Nice job Tim!
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:14pm ?:

The sentiment is spot on, but there are some great songs on the album, with some great lyrics. "all you young dudes... your so vain... spreading the news... what's my name?" words for the pitchfork writer who does not know who wreckless eric is, let alone the fact that in the stiff records heyday it could have been ian dury, elvis costello, OR wreckless eric who could have made it big out of that stable!
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:15pm Tim:

sorry, that was my comment above, forgot my own name!
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:26pm Parq:

Paul, you still here? Email Ken; he has canned instructions that will tell you all you need to know.
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:28pm Parq:

And Tim, I recently read a blog post from someone who regarded Eric as an unknown who came to public attention for the first time in the movie "Stranger than Fiction". Arrrghh!
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:47pm SheaSheaWanton:

SHelley, i think you've lost your goddamn mind. To even pose the question, "Do these guys have any good songs?" about Pink Floyd might be the most ignorant thing i've ever heard on the radio... and i've worked for a guy who listened to Rush Limbaugh.
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:50pm Paul:

I'm back. Parq, who is Ken?
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:51pm Dave the ex-Viking:

"Careful with that Axe, Eugene" is a good song by Pink Floyd.
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:51pm Paul:

Michael....try Arnold Layne, Free For and Time for starters.
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:53pm Jim Duffy:

Hi, Michael, Jim Duffy here. I'm enjoying the show. As for Pink Floyd, do yourself a favor and listen to two early 45s from the Syd Barrett era: "See Emily Play" and "Arnold Layne." You can find them on a collection called "Relics." Best, Jim
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:54pm will:

See Emily Play, Matilda Mother, Arnold Layne, Lucifer Sam, Scarecrow, The Gnome -- any of them would fit right into your show Michael!
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:55pm marianne:

i love this song! cant remember when I heard it last. thanks
  Sat. 9/20/08 12:55pm Paul:

Relics is indeed a great intro to PF.
  Sat. 9/20/08 1:00pm Paul:

You asked for suggestions!
  Wed. 9/24/08 11:34pm red:

You are correct, Mike. There are no good #1 songs by Pink Floyd. That is a scientific fact.
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