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Options July 26, 2008: Includes an interview with Tony Joe White

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Artist Track
Helen Love  Girl About Town   Options
Queers, The  Girl About Town   Options
Don Chapel  Look Out Floor   Options
Bobby Bland  Fever   Options
Dickie Rock & Miami Showband  Boys   Options
George Jones  Sparkling Brown Eyes   Options
George Jones & Dolly Parton  No No Never   Options
Marvellows, The  Your Little Sister   Options
George Barnes  Aren't You Glad You're You?   Options
Big Star  September Gurls (alt. mix)   Options
Del Shannon  When You Walk In The Room   Options
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Debbie D. left:   Options
Homer & Jethro  Somewhere Over the Rainbow   Options
Tina Britt  Who Was That?   Options
Tina Britt  The Real Thing   Options
Ron-Dels, The  If You Really Want Me To I'll Go   Options
Ralph Mooney  Moon's Boogie   Options
Johnny Guitar Watson w/ Kaleidoscope  Nobody   Options
Byron Lee & The Dragonaires  Green Onions   Options
Bill Hjerpe  Not For Sale   Options
Tony Joe White  Ten More Miles To Louisianna   Options
Tony Joe White  Old Man Willis   Options
Clarence Carter  Willie And Laura Mae Jones   Options
Brook Benton  Rainy Night in Georgia   Options
Tony Joe White  Roosevent And Ira Lee (Night Of The Mossacin)   Options
Elvis Presley  I Got A Thing About You Baby   Options
Tony Joe White  Soul Francisco   Options
Tony Joe White  Saturday Night In Oak Grove Louisianna   Options
Tony Joe White  INTERVIEW   Options
Tony Joe White  Polk Salad Annie   Options
Ventures, The  I Feel Fine   Options
Gene O'Quin  No Parking Here   Options
Dave "Baby" Cortez  Hot Cakes   Options
Pearl Bailey  It Figures   Options
Kirsty MacColl  Caroline   Options
Cinderella G. Stump & Red Ingle (aka Jo Stafford)  Temptation   Options
Roy Shirley  Shirley   Options
THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with  Phast Phreddie Patterson   Options
Babs Gonzales  Integration   Options
Everly Brothers, The  Problems   Options
Fats Domino  Lil Liza Jane   Options
Meat Puppets  Backwater   Options
A MINUTE WITH  Scott Schinder   Options
Marlena Shaw  Go Away Little Boy (live)   Options

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Listener comments!

  10:12am Paul:

Play your best songs before noon. I have to leave for a dentist appointment then. Wish there was a way to record these shows.

Great stuff!
  10:50am Laurie:

"Divine Hammer" is a total #1 hit!
  11:09am Parq:

Paul, you do know about the archives, right?
  12:29pm BigJay:

Is there a deeper voice in the world than Tony Joe White?
Thanks for another revealing interview.
  12:42pm ratbone:

everly bros? seriously never heard on radio? must be a youngster
  12:45pm Jim:

He said "SONGS" he never heard - not groups!
  12:51pm Laurie:

I remember that Meat Puppets video being played on MTV. I think I was 11 or 12.

At that time, I thought Chris Cornell was the most beautiful man ever. That's where my head was at.

Now I've grown up, and I've realized Jarvis Cocker is the most beautiful man ever.
  7:13pm mike tp:

certainly heard of tony joe not too familiar with his tunes. hes legendary. whats a polk salad anyway? great weekend.
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