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April 16, 2011: Includes an interview with Roy Loney of The Flamin' Groovies!
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|Mark Eric||Just Passing By|
|Flamin' Groovies||Tallahassee Lassie|
|Lonesome Pine Fiddlers||Y'all Come|
|Arthur Alexander||I Cry Like A Baby|
|Lenny Breau||Speedy Blues|
|Amy Winehouse & Mark Ronson||Vallerie|
|Corsairs, The||Pay You Back With Interest|
|Hank Penny||Catch 'Em Young, Treat 'Em Rough, Tell 'Em Nothing|
|Otis Clay||Too Many Hands|
|Flamin' Groovies||Shake Some Action (DEMO)|
|Bill Black's Combo||Joey's Song|
|Stonewall Jackson||I'm Gonna Find You|
|Chick Carbo||Two Tables Away|
|Willie Bobo||Bobo Do That Thing|
|Kiss||See You Tonight (Unplugged sessions)|
|Goodees, The||For A Little While|
|Ben Hall||Cannonball Rag|
|Clarence Reid||Winter Man|
|Flamin' Groovies||A Part From That|
|PAMS of Dallas||Henry The Eigth|
|Stanley Brothers, The||Nobody's Business|
|Little Joe Washington||Bossa Nova & Grits|
|Nat King Cole||Just One Of These Things|
|Shel Naylor||One Fine Day|
|Country Gentlemen||Fox On The Run|
|Lattimore Brown||Everyday I Have To Cry|
|Flamin' Groovies||You Tore Me Down|
|Link Wray||Dance Contest|
|Sleepy LaBeef||I'm Through|
|Percy Mayfield||River's Invitation|
|Flamin' Groovies||Have You Seen My Baby?|
|Flamin' Groovies||Around & Around|
|Flamin' Groovies||Scratch My Back|
|California Spectrun||She May Call You Up Tonight|
|Flamin' Groovies||Down, Down, Down|
|A MINUTE WITH||SCOTT SCHINDER|
Sat. 4/16/11 11:07am
"Tallahassee Lassie" - great tune. The Del Lords used to do it as an encore (which is how I learned it).
Happy Record Store Day, everyone!
Sat. 4/16/11 11:29am
THAT is a demo!
Sat. 4/16/11 11:38am
Sat. 4/16/11 11:40am
remember Robert Cray and that tune "Smoking Gun"? Forgot about that song
Sat. 4/16/11 11:43am
How about 6 hours of bonus features for a 90 minute movie?
Sat. 4/16/11 11:45am
this Kiss song sounds like Wilco
Sat. 4/16/11 11:47am
I was thinking Teenage Fanclub!
Sat. 4/16/11 11:51am
deke dickerson has a great website, especially the sections on one armed musicians, and album covers that are so bad they're good.
Sat. 4/16/11 12:06pm
THE db's: http://recordstoreday.com/Venue/3262
Sat. 4/16/11 12:13pm
Country Gentleman! One of the best -- gets me every time. Dale Watson does a fine version of this in live shows.
Sat. 4/16/11 12:14pm
randy in NC:
re. RSD, Schoolkids in Raleigh has Dex Romweber Duo now and the Raveonettes at 4.
Sat. 4/16/11 12:15pm
You should follow this up with that Michigan high school vocal band's "Fox On The Run"
Sat. 4/16/11 12:21pm
Ask Roy about his recent return show in Detroit. He blew the roof off the rockstar filled joint. Even the band seemed shocked by the response. It was pretty memorable.
Sat. 4/16/11 12:25pm
So I'm sitting here reading the comics on line and by a remarkable coincidence, just as you were finishing your story about the dance contest, this popped up.
Sat. 4/16/11 12:31pm
Sweet Randy Newman tune. I still prefer Ringo's version with Marc Bolan on guitar!
Sat. 4/16/11 12:41pm
Is it true that the Groovies had a female singer for a while in the 80s named Autumn? Was she just a backup singer or did she sing lead as well?
Sat. 4/16/11 12:55pm
Nice interview Michael. Thanks for asking my question. It really was something, the ultra-jaded Detroit scenesters don't crack that easily very often. Those guys are crazy if they don't put a real groovies band back on the road. There is a definite demand for the Flamin Groovies out there.
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