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Phil Phillips  The Evil Dope   Options Lanor 45  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Conway Twitty  I Got My Mojo Working   Options Rockin Years  0:05:14 (Pop-up)
Jeffrey Lee Pierce  Hey Juana   Options Wildweed  0:06:03 (Pop-up)
Earl King  Baby You Can Get Your Gun   Options Earl's Pearls 1955-1960  0:09:18 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  I Do Really Love You   Options Chuck Berry In Memphis  0:11:36 (Pop-up)
Jimi Hendrix Experience  Remember   Options Smash Hits  0:13:50 (Pop-up)
Johnny Darrell  Why You Been Gone So Long   Options United Artists 45  0:19:07 (Pop-up)
Little Johnny Taylor  True Love   Options Galaxy 45  0:21:25 (Pop-up)
Rufus Thomas  Can Your Monkey Do The Dog   Options Stax 45  0:23:44 (Pop-up)
Billy Lee Riley  Don't Fight It   Options Mojo 45  0:26:19 (Pop-up)
Lattimore Brown  You Don't Know Like I Know   Options Ace 45  0:28:37 (Pop-up)
Chuck Jackson and Maxine Brown  Hold On I'm Comin'   Options Wand 45  0:30:46 (Pop-up)
Otis Clay  Got to Find a Way   Options One-derful! 45  0:33:29 (Pop-up)
Little Junior Parker  Stranded   Options Duke 45  0:36:03 (Pop-up)
Fats Domino  Dance with Mr. Domino   Options Imperial 45  0:38:47 (Pop-up)
Lloyd Arnold  Tennessee Twist   Options Memphis 45  0:40:39 (Pop-up)
Jerry Lee Lewis  I've Been Twistin'   Options Sun 45  0:42:26 (Pop-up)
Chubby Checker  Slow Twistin'   Options Parkway 45  0:45:38 (Pop-up)
The Liquor Giants  It's Raining Butterflies   Options Every Other Day At a Time  0:51:09 (Pop-up)
Big Star  In The Street (alternate single mix)   Options Keep an Eye on the Sky  0:53:09 (Pop-up)
The Raspberries  Nodody Knows   Options Capitol Collector's Series  0:57:04 (Pop-up)
The Beach Boys  Cotton Fields   Options 20/20  0:58:15 (Pop-up)
The Replacements  I Will Dare   Options Let It Be  1:00:43 (Pop-up)
T. Rex  Hot Love   Options 20th Century Boy: The Ultimate Collection  1:03:45 (Pop-up)
Teenage Fanclub  Metal Baby   Options Bandwagonesque  1:08:40 (Pop-up)
Badfinger  Baby Blue   Options Straight Up  1:12:24 (Pop-up)
The Fugs  Frenzy   Options The Fugs  1:18:09 (Pop-up)
The Velvet Underground  I Heard Her Call My Name   Options Verve/Sundazed 45  1:20:08 (Pop-up)
Tav Falco's Panther Burns  Dateless Night   Options The World We Knew  1:24:45 (Pop-up)
Willie Joe and His Unitar  Unitar Rock   Options Specialty 45  1:27:53 (Pop-up)
The Kinks  Come On Now   Options Kink-Size  1:30:00 (Pop-up)
Floyd Dixon w/Johnny Guitar Watson  Let's Go Smitty   Options Great Dame 45  1:31:59 (Pop-up)
Them  Could You Would You   Options Them featuring Van Morrison  1:33:42 (Pop-up)
Slim Harpo  Mohair Sam   Options Excello 45  1:36:44 (Pop-up)
George Jones  Root Beer   Options The New Favorites of George Jones  1:39:13 (Pop-up)
Ricky Nelson  Be-Bop Baby   Options Imperial 45  1:44:45 (Pop-up)
Joe Turner  Honey Hush   Options Atlantic 45  1:46:19 (Pop-up)
The Wild Tones  The Martian Band   Options Madison 45  1:48:44 (Pop-up)
The Ran-Dells  Martian Hop   Options Chairman 45  1:50:55 (Pop-up)
Wilmar Walker  Stompin ' Roaches   Options Phillips 45  1:53:04 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:06pm Matt from Springfield:

"The Evil Dope"--classic of WFMU and the Blog!
  3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Shit--that was CONWAY Twitty?!? "Rockin Years" indeed! Never knew he once had the blues rock sound!
  3:23pm Tom:

Since you're playing Hendrix, could you play 51st Anniversary, a tune that should've been a big hit for him, it had everything going for it, but for some strange reason, never charted!
Avatar 3:27pm Ted:

Sorry Tom, I don't have it with me today.
  3:35pm Euclid Joe:

The soundtrack to my afternoon. Thanks Ted!
  3:36pm Euclid Joe:

Chuck Jackson, painfully underrated
Avatar 3:37pm Ted:

  3:42pm Josh:

That's a very fitting Junior Parker song for all us Redbird fans.
Avatar 3:48pm Ted:

Except they were stranded in SF and tryin to get to St. Louis.
  3:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Twisted set!
  3:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Alternate mix of "In The Street", interesting to hear.
Is the Liquor Giants a new or older band? I like that power pop sound.
Avatar 4:01pm Ted:

The Liquor Giants were a band from the 90s
  4:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Cool, thanks Ted.
  4:03pm Adam from NC:

keepin' it real ted!
  4:14pm Euclid Joe:

Someone asked me once why St. Louis loves Power Pop so much. I don't think it's a St. Louis thing and I can't explain that, but I think we're all looking to fill that hole left wide open by The Beatles in 1970.
Avatar 4:16pm Ted:

Yeah, I don't know either. I certainly don't like the term, but the music is melodious to my ears.
  4:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@Euclid Joe: St. Louis, and bands with a Memphis origin. Something about the figurative middle of the country, the highway for jazz/blues/everything else being spread through the rest of America, good music from there in general.
  4:25pm Euclid Joe:

hence the reason that used record buying is great in KC, chicago, St. Lou, Detroit etc. Everyone came through going from East to West.
  4:38pm Matt from Springfield:

Also true Joe!
Do you see records at Euclid with labels/stamps from their stores of origin, and see records from across the country?
  4:43pm Euclid Joe:

Well, since I'm Midwest, I'm bound to find mostly records purchased from this territory, but record hunting has always been a goldmine in the MW. Just ask all those Japanese fellows that flood the record shows. Matt, we do keep a collection of other stores stickers. I'll post a pic on our FB page.
  4:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Teetoller Lightnin'!
  4:45pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Joe!
  4:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Halloween novelties :)
IS "The Ran-Dells" actually Randy and the Rainbows?? Kinda sounds like them!
  4:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Nope, separate group with separate article. Apparently "Martian Hop" was their one hit!
  4:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Ted, good show!
Avatar 5:00pm Ted:

Thanks Matt, See you next time.
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