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Options January 26, 2013: Includes an interview with Ray Stinnett

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Artist Track
John Buck Wilkin  Apartment 21   Options
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs  Wooly Bully   Options
Eddie Hill  Mountain Jam   Options
Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers  Let's Fall In Love   Options
Count Basie & Oscar Peterson  Jumping At The Woodside   Options
Dwight Yoakam  Three Pears   Options
1st Century  Looking Down   Options
Ronnie Dawson  I Make The Love   Options
Lowell Fulson  Lady in the Rain   Options
Eugene Edwards  Your Own Nightmare   Options
Keith Moon (John Sebastian on vocals)  Don't Worry Baby   Options
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs  Can't Make Enough   Options
Ray Stinnett  Liberty Train   Options
Ray Stinnett  Interview   Options
Ray Stinnett  You Make Me Feel   Options
Red Simpson  Highway Patrol   Options
Ollie & The Nightingales  Mellow Way You Treat Your Man   Options
Sister Rosetta Tharpe  That's All   Options
Nerves, The  Gimmie Some Time   Options
Sam Sham & The Pharaohs  Go Go Girls   Options
Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale  Down South In New Orleans   Options
Dr. John  The Fix (One Naughty Flat)   Options
Rachel Sweet  B-A-B-Y   Options
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs  Red Hot   Options
Lonnie Mack  I Had It   Options
Longmont Potion Castle  Underboki & Associates   Options

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CLICK HERE to read how Big Star's "September Gurls" was recorded at Ardent Studios

CLICK HERE to read a really bad review of a reissue of Keith Moon's "Two Sides of the Moon"

CLICK HERE to see Beastie Boy Mike D's lovely $9 a square foot wallpaper!

CLICK HERE to read "The Beatles and the Art of the Tambourine"

CLICK HERE to watch a robot band cover The Ramones

CLICK HERE to read Carol Kaye review of "The Wrecking Crew: The Inside Story of Rock and Roll's Best-Kept Secret"

CLICK HERE for a great Herman's Hermits Interview from the Oklahoma Historical Society!

CLICK HERE for a short film "The Life & Death of the American Arcade"

CLICK HERE for "Sony Releases Stupid Piece Of Shit That Doesn't Fucking Work" !

CLICK HERE for an article about Sandy Hook truthers who think they've found “absolute proof” that the Newtown shootings were a hoax.

CLICK HERE for a short film "Moon Hoax Not"

CLICK HERE to find out who played bass on some of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

CLICK HERE for “Confessions of a Bad News Bear”.

CLICK HERE for a great Beach Boys Interview from 1964 (starts @ 1:30).

CLICK HERE for seven minutes of David Bowie getting pissed off during interviews.

Apparently Bowie offered "Golden Years" to Elvis Presley - but The King declined. CLICK HERE former guest Stevie Riks nails the Elvis/Bowie duet version.

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CLICK HERE for 1974 Sly Stone on The Mike Douglas show!

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CLICK HERE Led Zeppelin vs The Beatles - Whole Lotta Helter Skelter !

CLICK HERE for Chuck Berry's 1980 thoughts about The Sex Pistols, Talking Heads and Clash records.

CLICK HERE for Famous Album Covers Revisited Using Google Street View .

CLICK HERE for The Joe Smith Collection at the Library of Congress.

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CLICK HERE for info on an odd e-book "Nick Lowe: A Long Career That Never Gets Stale." It is 4 pages long and "sells" for $1.99. The same author has one about Dean Martin that was reviewed like this: "This pamphlet was complete gargbage. A sixth grader could have written a better essay. All of this author's works should be removed from Amazon."

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Listener comments!

Avatar 11:01am CeeDubbles:

May I be the First to wish you Good Morning Mr. Shelley!
Avatar 11:05am Michael Shelley:

Avatar 11:06am Parq:

And Wooly Bully gets a "favorite" star!
  11:06am surfdog:

Rock N roll!!!!!!!!
favorite shew on wfmu
  11:07am BigJay:

Wooly Bully: Too bad L~7 has disappeared from our slang. There are still plenty of squares out there.
Avatar 11:12am Jay/London:

Good morning / Afternoon Michael I got your Superhits of the Seventies on Friday just been Playing it today you and the bands have done a #one job on it am so happy to have it :)
Avatar 11:22am Michael Shelley:

Thanks Jay - I agree - that cd is really nice.till blows my mind that so many folks helped out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:32am Ken From Hyde Park:

If I remember high school math correctly, the shape of a radio broadcast signal is called a cardioid. Good show, today, by the way!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am fred:

@Ken: I can see why on that map, except for the 91.1 signal, for some reason. But I wonder why the 90.1 signal is going to such lengths to avoid Newton. Or is there some defensive field there?
  11:40am Uke Goldberg:

Sounds like Elvis Costello and the Atractions
  11:41am Jimmy WIpper:

That sounded like the Smithereens. Kinda like "Strangers When We Meet."
  11:41am Uke Goldberg:

Don't Worry Baby, that is.
  11:44am Tyler:

Keith isn't i before e!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am Fuzzy:

@Ken: I think it's sinusoid -- sine waves. Cardioid is a type of microphone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm fred:

@Fuzzy: A cardioid mike is called such because the area it's most sensitive to shares the heart shape you can see on the map. "Cardioid" basically means "heart-shaped" here, or more generally "heart-like".
So I think you're both right
  12:16pm a&m:

gil friesen, r.i.p.
a real gent.
  12:22pm G:

-oid the suffix is a Greek thing, from their verb for "see." cardiod means the shape of the field looks like a heart. "android" means something that isn't human but looks like a human being. etc...
  12:23pm Nate:

Another great interview!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm Ken From Hyde Park:

"You Make Me Feel"? Is this going to sound like the one from Leo Sayer?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31pm Ken From Hyde Park:

No resemblance to Leo Sayer music, but I think I hear "Seasons Of The Witch" in there.
Avatar 12:32pm Joe B:

Great interview Michael! also loved that Don't Worry Baby version
  12:41pm Seminal:

howdy from NW IN
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43pm Ken From Hyde Park:

The melody in "Go Go Girls" seems quite a bit like the hand jive song.
  12:53pm Seth Fancy:

Hey Michael, thanks for the Beatles-Tambourine article. And a great interview today. Awesome.
  12:53pm ChooChoo - ATL:

"Red Hot"! We howled this song in my youth!
Avatar 12:55pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Enjoyed that "American Arcade" film, Michael. (www.theverge.com...)
  1:00pm Queens L. Bow:

Hey, thanks for playing Rachel Sweet! I saw her in the late-lamented Hullabaloo in upstate NY around the time this album came out (1980), & interviewed her for our college radio station. Someone (maybe you?) said she won't talk about her pop star history now....don't know why, this is a fun album, and she made some good stuff after that (including that duet with Rex Smith & her "Hairspray" soundtrack songs).
  1:00pm Jimmy WIpper:

Put me on the trace!!!
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