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Options October 27, 2007: Includes an interview with Ray Stevens

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Artist Track
Golden Boys, The  Wake Up, Little Susie   Options
Delbert McClinton  Lost In A Dream   Options
Jerry Lee Lewis  Why You Been Gone So Long?   Options
Clarence Murray  Dancin' To The Beat   Options
Ella Mae Morse  Solid Potato Salad   Options
Beach Boys, The  How She Boogalooed It   Options
Dave Dudley  Awful Lot To Learn About Truck Driving   Options
NRBQ  You Can't Hide   Options
NRBQ  Magnet   Options
Otis Redding  Trick Or Treat   Options
Robert A. Isreal  What's My Line?   Options
Bill Carlisle  A Mouse Been Messing Around   Options
Bill Carlisle  Tiny Space Man   Options
Big Jim Sullivan  A Whiter Shade Of Pale   Options
Percy Sledge  True Love Travels On A Gravel Road   Options
Sinceros, The  Take Me To Your Leader   Options
Dana Gillespie  You Just Gotta Know My Mind   Options
Claude King  Little Things Every Girl Should Know   Options
Little Eva & Big Dee Irwin  Swingin On A Star   Options
Nick Lowe  The Kind Of Man That I've Become   Options
Zeppo Marx  Everyone Says I Love You   Options
P.F. Sloan  Halloween Mary   Options
Grady Martin  Double Oh Dobro   Options
Benny Spellman  The Word Game   Options
Benny Spellman  Talk About Love   Options
Dino, Desi & Billy  General Outline   Options
Golden Gate Quartet  Roll Jordon Roll   Options
Henry Strogin  Love Insurance   Options
Buggs, The  Buggs Vs. Beatles   Options
Four Mints  Wolf   Options
Ray Stevens  Guitarzan   Options
Ray Stevens  Unwind   Options
Sam The Sham & the Pharaohs (not Ray Stevens - ouch!)  Haunted House   Options
Ray Stevens  INTERVIEW   Options
Ray Stevens  The Streak   Options
Millie Small  Hold Hands   Options
Hank Williams Jr & Sr  Howlin At The Moon   Options
JD & The Impressions  Mash Mellow   Options
Wire  Dot Dash   Options
Cab Calloway  Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm   Options
Josie & The Pussycats  You've Come A Long Way Baby   Options
Cyrkle, The  There's A Fire In The Fireplace   Options
Ruts, The  H Eyes   Options
THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with  Phast Phreddie Patterson   Options
Bill Monroe & Ralph Stanley  Can't You Hear Me Callin   Options
Monkees, The  Let's Dance On   Options
Bill Black's Combo  Joey's Song   Options
A MINUTE WITH  Scott Schinder   Options
Bee Gees, The  Jive Talkin'   Options
Mel Brewer  Insomnia Time   Options
Jerky Boys, The  Buy CDs   Options
Jessica  Loves TV   Options
Cartoons In Stereo  Submarine   Options

Listener comments!

  Sat. 10/27/07 10:39am ~L:

We once had squirrels in our attic. They got into a box of old china tea cups and saucers, and scattered the dishes and cups all around the attic. I think they were having a tea party! The only solution that works to get rid of them is this: Drag an old boom box up there on an extension cord and play some heavy metal really loudly on repeat for a few hours. It helps to leave the house during this time. And let the rodent poltergeist and the metal do the work. Rodents like a peaceful environment, they'll move out.
  Sat. 10/27/07 10:44am SmokinJ:

Saw the Sinceros when they were on the tour promoting this album. They were dyno! j in Brewtown
  Sat. 10/27/07 10:44am Parq:

I tired that once. When I came back, the squirrels were all wearing little leather jackets and chains and smoking tiny non-filter cigarettes.
  Sat. 10/27/07 10:57am Spazz:

Off screen Zeppo was considered by many to be the funniest Marx Brother.
  Sat. 10/27/07 11:05am Mr. Mickey Mephistopheles:

K, Mike, if you're playing Halloween stuff, slip in the Joe Meek produced "Night of the Vampire" by the Moontrekkers. (And please, no Monster Mash)
  Sat. 10/27/07 11:54am R. Stevens Moore:

Everything is not beautiful, in its own way. The sheik of the burning sands.
  Sat. 10/27/07 12:00pm jed:

You conduct the best interviews with the most interesting guests!
  Mon. 10/29/07 2:28pm Rick:

The version of Haunted House you played was not by Ray Stevens but Sam The Sham. Yikes!
  Mon. 10/29/07 3:13pm Greg:

Michael - the Haunted House cut you played immediately prior to the Ray Stevens interview was done by Jumpin' Gene Simmons, a Memphis guy. It was on Hi records. Perhaps someone already pointed this out and I'm sputtering about ancient history. I enjoyed the interview. Speaking of folks from outta the Atlanta scene, any chance of a Jerry Reed interview?
  Mon. 10/29/07 3:44pm Greg:

Just for the sake of history: Rick was correct...Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs cut the Haunted House in question.
  Tue. 10/30/07 12:02pm TonyF:

Another great interview Mikee. The Lampoon Mel Brewer
(Bill Murray) Sea Shanty thing is great. Now It always makes me think of the Decemberists...God I hate them.
Hey how about an interview with Phil Spector Engineer
Larry Levine.
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