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Options February 2, 2008: Includes an interview w/ session drummer Clem Cattini

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Artist Track
Lulu  I'll Come Running Over   Options
Ventures, The  Little Bit Of Action   Options
Jerry Reed  If The Good Lord's Willing & The Creed Don't Rise   Options
Muffs, The  I'm Here, I'm Not   Options
Muffs, The  End It All   Options
George Barnes  Bim Bam Boom   Options
Tony Colton & His Big Boss Band  I Stand Accused   Options
Justin Tubb  Bachelor Man   Options
Guitar Ray  Patty Cake Shake   Options
Los Straitjackets  Pacifica   Options
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Hatch left:   Options
Song  Like We Were Before   Options
Derrick Morgan  Tougher Then Tough   Options
Los Shakers  Got Any Money?   Options
Sheb Wooley  Indian Maiden   Options
Edwin Starr  All Around The World   Options
Teenage Fanclub  I'll Make It Clear   Options
Del Shannon  Stand Up   Options
Jim & Jesse McReynolds  Yonder Comes a Freight Train   Options
Jim & Jesse McReynolds  Big Job   Options
Don Covay  Can't Fight It Baby   Options
Carl Perkins  Your True Love   Options
Ramones, The  Do You Wanna Dance?   Options
L.C. Cooke  Put Me Down Easy   Options
Tornados  Alan's Tune   Options
Carl Douglas  Kung Fu Fighting   Options
Hollies, The  The Games We Play   Options
Kinks, The  First Plane Home   Options
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates  Shakin' All Over   Options
Clem Cattini  INTERVIEW   Options
Donovan  Hurdy Gurdy Man   Options
Bruce Channel  Keep On   Options
Jeannie C. Riley  Whatever Happened To Charlie Brown?   Options
Jeannie C. Riley  Mr. Harper   Options
Homer Banks  Hooked By Love   Options
Freddy Fender  La Banda Esta Borracha   Options
Kim Fowley  Animal Man   Options
Tony Douglas  I'll Be Dead Lots Longer   Options
Sister Rosetta Tharpe  What Is the Soul of Man?   Options
Lord Sitar  Daydream Believer   Options
THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with  Phast Phreddie Patterson   Options
Muddy Waters  Tiger In Your Tank   Options
Tex & The Chex  Love Me Now   Options
Claude McLin  Jambo   Options
James "Gonzo" Booker  The Duck   Options
Bruce Springsteen  Thunder Road (live)   Options
Jerky Boys, The  Flower Lady pt. 4   Options

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Listener comments!

  10:05am SmokinJ:

Welcome back Michael! We missed your sorry ass:)
  10:29am DAVID ROSE:

Los Straitjackets #1 hit pow pow pow!!!!!
  10:31am k:

gooood music
  10:41am Paul:

Yes, indeed. Welcome back.
  10:42am Frank Footer:

Its Rocksteady!
  10:54am barry:

WELCOME BACK Michael...fun show. Good to hear hatch...however he should get prepped for a stirring Hillary victory this Tuesday with her taking New York, New Jersey & most of California. Trendy candidates like Obama, big on form but not content, never seem to win the big ones. Have you heard Merle Haggard's LETS PUT A WOMAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE? Now, we're talkin'!
  10:58am Paul:

I think Hillary's OK. She's gonna be a good vice president.
  11:01am Larry:

Yes, indeed, I see right-wing rag THE NEW YORK POST indorsed Obama...isn't THAT the kiss-of-death?
  11:03am SmokinJ:

Let's think MUSIC!
  11:05am Larry:

O.K. I have heard Merle Haggard's LETS PUT A WOMAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE & it's smokin'. I wonder if Michael's heard it yet?
  11:07am Michael:

No I havent! - but will check it out!
  11:10am Paul:

Speaking of Carl Perkins, who would have thought that Jerry Lee Lewis would have outlived Elvis, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, to name a few. Not to mention most of the Ramones.
  11:18am johnnyboy:

Since you mentioned Hatch again, Michael, I recall he boldly stated that Obama would win New Hampshire by as much as 20 points, but we know what a big win that was for Hillary. TV reported more of the "kids" showing up for his rallys than the actual polling booth. Guess there was a big kegger in the dorms before election night. That kind of soft-support looks good but doesn't win elections.
  11:23am Michael:

Just a heads up - I can see the addess you post from, so stay with one alias. Today it looks like johnnyboy, Larry & Barry are all the same person.
  11:25am SmokinJ:

Atta' boy Michael! Let's lose these political creeps and get on with the MUSIC celebration!
  12:04pm k:

ouuu yeahhh
  12:16pm ?:

  12:17pm Paul:

Never heard WHTCB by JC Riley before. Is that available on a CD or as a download anywhere? Michael? Anyone? Thanks.
  12:18pm Michael:

I have it on LP. I dont think there is a definiteive CD collection for her - all the Shelby Singleton produced stuff is under
released on CD!
  12:21pm Paul:

Thanks, Michael! Anyone else ever seen this song on CD?
  12:24pm Paul:

RIP John Stewart
  12:30pm Paul:

"Gold" was a hit song for John S. from the California Bloodlines LP
  12:39pm gravedigger jones:

this doesn't sound like the blues to me. it's actually great.
  12:48pm jed:

Jambo is amazing!
  12:57pm gravedigger jones:

great show !
  12:58pm Paul:

Great show. Happy groundhog day!
  12:59pm mike tp:

mr scott and jack both insert large pieces of furniture up their ass. more jerks and hosers.
  11:06am Peter:

First tune--Lulu's band sounds a lot like the Standells in their "Dirty Water" period. A bit of a "disheveled" vocal reading, too, not something I'd have associated with her.
  11:21am Peter:

"I Stand Accused," Tony Colton & His Big Band--approx 00:19:00. What date was this released? It's so much like Costello's version.
  11:43am daviso:

Hiya- tired of tirelessly googlin' "Like We Were Before" by the band Song. link or mp3 appreciated. was pop jem! good show as always. thanks. -d
  8:39pm Tony Cabanellas:

Jeannie C Riley cut "Mr. Harper" has Pete Drake on voice box/steel guitar,which Pete invented,not Peter Frampton which you referenced on air. Perhaps in jest? Good show as usual. Looking forward to the Ken Nordine interview.
  4:32pm Larry in Florida:

Lulu never got her just due. She still has a nice gritty quality to her voice and can sing greasy with the best of 'em if she puts her mind to it. Check out her live version of "Shout". Don't think of her so much in terms of "To Sir With Love", although that's still a cool performance, with just a touch of grit to it.
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