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Favoriting May 25, 2013: My Girl The Month Of May

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Dion & The Belmonts  My Girl The Month Of May   Favoriting  
Kik, The  Simone   Favoriting  
George Jones  Ain't Love A Lot Like That (from 1999, I think)   Favoriting  
Ebony Rhythm Band  Soul Heart Transplant   Favoriting  
Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five  Swing Cats Ball   Favoriting  
Daniel Johnston  Come See Me Tonight   Favoriting  
Ventures, The  Soul Coaxing   Favoriting  
Bobby Barnett  Graveyard Dance   Favoriting  
Allen Toussaint  Sweetie Pie (Twenty Years Later)   Favoriting  
Sunnychar  Sha La La La Lee   Favoriting  
Ian & The Zodiacs  This Won't Happen To Me   Favoriting  
Freddie Hart  California Grapevine   Favoriting  
Ray Manzarek  Deconstructs The Doors’ “Light My Fire”   Favoriting  
Fantastic Johnny C., The  Barefootin'   Favoriting  
Winston Jarett  Poor Me Israelites   Favoriting  
Liquor Giants  Dearest Darling   Favoriting  
Bob Kuban & The In-Men  These Boots Are Made For Walking   Favoriting  
Jim Lauderdale & Ralph Stanley  I Feel LIke Singing Today   Favoriting  
Temptations, The  It's Growing   Favoriting  
João Gilberto  Bim Bom   Favoriting  
Specials, The  Gangsters   Favoriting  
Del Shannon  The Cheater   Favoriting  
Steve Earle & Lucinda Williams  You're Still Standing There   Favoriting  
O.V. Wright  I'd Rather Be (Blind, Crippled & Crazy)   Favoriting  
Neighbors  You Like A Good Rumble   Favoriting  
Brother John Rydgren  The Disadvantages   Favoriting  
Ronnie Dawson  No Dice   Favoriting  
Spencer Wiggins  Walking Out On You   Favoriting  
Black Beats, The  The Mod Trade   Favoriting  
Tripwires, The  Sold your Guitar Blues   Favoriting  
Shakers  Sing This All Together   Favoriting ` 
Adrian Roland  Imitation of Love   Favoriting  
Eskew Reeder  Never Again   Favoriting  
Lyres, The  How Do You Know?   Favoriting  
Pacific Gas & Electric  I Got A Thing About You Baby   Favoriting  
Jimmy Lloyd  I Got A Rocket In My Pocket   Favoriting  
Goldie and The Gingerbreads  can't you hear my heartbeat   Favoriting  
Meters, The  chicken strut   Favoriting  
Undertones, The  Here Comes The Summer   Favoriting  
Jan & Dean  Submarine Races   Favoriting  
Smyle  She Means A Lot To Me   Favoriting  
A MINUTE WITH  SCOTT SCHINDER   Favoriting  
Long John Nebel on WMCA  WMCA   Favoriting  

CLICK HERE for a few actual kind hearted people who would like to give $1 million to each and every person in America but are unfortunately not all that good at math

CLICK HERE for 10 of the all-time greatest disc jockeys - with audio clips of their chatter

CLICK HERE for a series of Beatles vocal harmony tutorials

CLICK HERE to read: KISS' Paul Stanley: 'I Don't Need The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame'

CLICK HERE to read: An Open Letter From a Bar Owner to Musicians!

CLICK HERE to read "Van Dyke Parks: 'I was victimised by Brian Wilson's buffoonery' ".

CLICK HERE to watch revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.

CLICK HERE to watch a video that proves: Andy Kaufman Lives!

CLICK HERE to see why Bob Lefsetz thinks the Stones' tour is a greedy failure, and how the band is clueless.

CLICK HERE to see John Lydon’s handwritten response to the U.S. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame regarding the induction of the Sex Pistols in 1996.

CLICK HERE for "Here Are Idiot Celebrities Talking Out Of Their Asses About Punk At Last Night’s Met Gala".

CLICK HERE to watch the entire Minutemen documentary "We Jam Econo"

CLICK HERE for WFMU's Dave Mandl's Slate article "Same Old Song? Not Exactly. Many classic hits are secretly re-recorded. Can this be stopped?"

CLICK HERE for Lawrence O'Donnell's take on Wayne LaPierre's speech.

CLICK HERE for "22 geniously defaced textbooks & exam papers"

CLICK HERE to see Elvis & Elmo sing "The Monster Went And Ate My Red 2"

CLICK HERE for an horrifying video - who's behind this?

CLICK HERE to see Robin Zander's "son"

CLICK HERE to watch Antoine Dodson explain how he has renounced homosexuality, and has become a "True Chosen Hebrew Israelite descendant of Judah," and now wants a wife.

CLICK HERE to read what my man Eddie Deezen has to say about "Revolution 9".

CLICK HERE for a nice piece about the the L.A. studio musicians who dominated the 70's sound.

CLICK HERE for Kim Shattuck.

CLICK HERE to watch what happens when 2 monkeys were paid unequally.

CLICK HERE for info in Eric Kayser - now in NYC on 3rd Ave.

CLICK HERE to find out why people believe in conspiracy theories.

CLICK HERE for Rachel Maddow on Alex Jones’ Conspiracies.

CLICK HERE to watch "Music Man Murray," a short film about a record collector/dealer.!

CLICK HERE to see how to clean records with glue!

CLICK HERE to see kids at Coachella pretend they've heard of bands that don't actually exist.

CLICK HERE for a nice piece on The Cowsills!

I love THESE Beach Boy videos!

CLICK HERE for Jerry Lewis Telethon Bloopers - Part 1 !

CLICK HERE for Jerry Lewis Telethon Bloopers - Part 2 !

CLICK HERE for more Jerry. the whole clip is crazy - but 2:13 in is really off the charts nuts.

CLICK HERE for The Worst Work Stations Ever

CLICK HERE to see Google interview Nick Lowe after his Live@Google performance in Mountain View. To get the two tracks for free from this performance CLICK HERE

There's some controversy about the coin toss that decided who would get seats in the plane that crashed on February 3, 1959 and killed Buddy Holly, Richie Vallens & Big Bopper. CLICK HERE for "An open Letter & Challenge to Dion from Tommy Allsup" then CLICK HERE for Dion's version from "The Wanderer Talks Truth"

CLICK HERE to explore & watch a short film on The Cosimo Code, an attempt to catalog every Cosimo Matassa 45!

CLICK HERE for the Top 100 Alternative Albums of the 1960s!

CLICK HERE to hear The Ramones comment on Phil Spector!

CLICK HERE for a great time waster.

CLICK HERE for Lance Shabazz's super cheaply made JOE TEX documentary!

CLICK HERE for "The Beatles - 12 Hours To Please Me!" from the BBC - featuring some interesting stuff AND that thing that drives me nuts - contemporary folks covering the Beatles - some ok, some blah!

CLICK HERE for proof: destruction of the Death Star was an inside job.

I'm a huge Sonny Curtis fan. CLICK HERE for a recent interview.

CLICK HERE for a nice Spin piece on Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams

CLICK HERE for a video about Wealth Inequality in America

CLICK HERE for info on why Brian Wilson is the devil!!

CLICK HERE for "I Was a Teenage Fake Zombie"

CLICK HERE and enjoy the part that starts 2:25 in.

CLICK HERE for Los Shakers - Siempre tú

September 21st, 1939, radio station WJSV in Washington, D.C., recorded their entire broadcast day -- CLICK HERE to hear it!

CLICK HERE for Albums that never were (but should have been!)

CLICK HERE for info on an amazing new drug: Unpretentiousil!

CLICK HERE for info session guitarist Vincent Bell.

CLICK HERE for Paul Anka's famous post-gig turned into a short film!

CLICK HERE for Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby's "Do You Remember That" Official Video !

CLICK HERE for info and a trailer for a new documentary on the Muscle Shoals sound!

CLICK HERE for The dB's live on World Cafe!

CLICK HERE for some info on Gabriel, the genius behind "Buzzard Lope" !

CLICK HERE for Long Bets.

CLICK HERE for "Drifter Kills Guy With A Hatchet The Gives INSANE Interview".

CLICK HERE for "The Story of Pat and Lolly Vegas" - former guest Pat Vegas drives around L.A. and talks about their history.

CLICK HERE for an recent Montclair Times article on Michael Shelley!

CLICK HERE for some minor key songs reworked into major keys.

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

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

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.

CLICK HERE for a short film which explains how Mellotrons work.

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 to go to a useless website like THIS ONE.

CLICK HERE for a reminder that you have to be 恋のホワン・ホワン! (or HERE, or HERE , or HERE , or HERE, or HERE!)

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."

CLICK HERE for a similar 156 page "Book On Demand" titled "Nick Lowe" that boasts being made from "High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles!" What is the world coming to? Only $19.95.

CLICK HERE for the FREE download of "No Good To Cry" by The Explorers Club!


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Listener comments!

  11:06am
Paul:

Anyon know where the "In America' radio spot is from?
Avatar 11:15am
Parq:

Great show so far. Digging the Jordan, and never heard that particular George Jones song before. Number one hits indeed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16am
Mike East:

daniel johnston sounded great last night on primavera broadcast (imho). his band was tight too
  11:26am
Kathy:

I agree, Daniel Johnston and band were quite enjoyable.
  11:29am
Moammar:

I used to see Daniel Johnston hollering with his guitar on the streets of Austin back when. I thought he was merely that maniac who worked at the McDonald's. Shows what I know.
  11:31am
Nanker:

Wonderful music, as usual!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:32am
G:

Danl J = Austin City Unlimited
  11:38am
Edzo:

All anyone needs to know about the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame is this:
James Taylor is in it; Link Wray isn't.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42am
Mike East:

I always thought the solo was jacked from Take Five
Avatar 11:43am
Parq:

You're right, that was really cool.
  11:43am
Peter:

Great lyrics if you're a sophomore/junior in high school. Which is where the Doors peak demographic is.
Avatar 11:44am
Parq:

Missed most of yesterday, didn't join the audience until Johnston. Let's hear it for the 'chives.
Avatar 11:44am
Juke Joint Jonny:

Now this is a good lyric. You get it in four syllables and no funeral pyres.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45am
Andrew Waterloo:

That Ray Manzarek recording would be so much better if he wasn't such a hero worshipping bootlicker.
Avatar 11:47am
Juke Joint Jonny:

And the Doors would be better without the poet/shaman. And a bass player.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am
Mike East:

off to the grocery store...catch ya in the car!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am
Andrew Waterloo:

I think Morrison delivered a few decent pop songs.
Avatar 12:00pm
Juke Joint Jonny:

Andrew Waterloo: Agree, just saying uncritically taking Morrison's word for it that he's a poet is the road to a lot of pretentious tripe, and you end up like Ray Manzarek, sounding dumber than you clearly are (as you pointed out.)
Avatar 12:00pm
Parq:

Clearly there is no one here from Long Island. I am not even going to bother bringing up the Allman Brothers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm
Andrew Waterloo:

@JJJ Fully agree.
  12:12pm
Moammar:

O.V.! One of my happiest moving days was discovering that the youngish trucking crew from Charlotte had all somehow turned into OV Wright freaks and knew all his stuff. We dug out my stereo and it turned an ordeal into something better than tolerable.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm
Andrew Waterloo:

@Parq I'm sure we could all name a few.
  12:16pm
CW:

Nice, I used to love that O.V. Wright track and played it to near death like 10 years ago!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm
Brian in UK:

@Moammar my ears did a double take when Overton Vertis hit the airwaves. Thanks Mr Shelley.
Avatar 12:30pm
Parq:

Anybody old enough to remember when that Shakers song was the theme song for a television show in which off-Broadway hippies re-enacted folk tales?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32pm
davex:

What television spectacle was that, Parq? I suppose it may be a handful of years before my (TV prime) time.
  12:33pm
Dennis Diken:

swell show Mikey!
  12:35pm
Queens L. Bow:

Yes! It was Story Theatre...maybe it was on PBS? Definitely remember that as the theme song, didn't realize until later it was Stones song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm
G:

I'd forgotten I ever heard this Thing About You so many times on the radio when it was charting...
Avatar 12:44pm
CTEmpress:

Go Goldie!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm
G:

Long John Neville? (before my time)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:58pm
G:

some "good guys" (as i think MCA billed itself in the 70s)
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