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|Donald Adkins||The Sufari|
|June Carter||The Heel|
|Rick Derringer||Something Warm|
|Jimmy Willis||Soul Power|
|Murry Kellum||I Dreamed I Was A Beatle|
|Bill Carlisle||Monkey Business|
|Johnnie Morisette||Meet Me At The Twisting Place|
|Dub Dickerson||The Girl In The Cardigan Sweater|
|Keith Mansfield||Young Scene|
|Frank Sinatra + Guys & Dolls Cast||The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York)|
|WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?||Joe Belock left:|
|Glenn Mercer||Wheels In Motion|
|Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Red Hot|
|Bobby Bland||Reach Right Out|
|Jim & Jesse McReynolds||Sweet Little Sixteen|
|Sister Rosetta Tharpe||Four Or Five Times|
|Ramones, The||Don't Come Close|
|Pastor John Rydgren||Butterfly|
|Sandy Nelson||Come On Lets Go|
|Betty Swan||The Man That Said No|
|Milton Banana Trio||Bananadas|
|NRBQ||Still In School|
|NRBQ||Every Boy, Every Girl|
|NRBQ||I Love Her, She Loves Me|
|NRBQ||That I Get Back Home|
|NRBQ||Love Is Waiting|
|NRBQ||Boys In The City|
|NRBQ||Sail On, Sail On|
|Rev-Lons, The||After Last Night|
|Ronnie Self||About Cured?|
|Jackie Mittoo||Love Is Blue|
|Rutles, The||Number One|
|Ray & Linda||Hey Doll Baby|
|Dartells, The||Hot Pastrami|
|THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with||Phast Phreddie Patterson|
|Skyliners, The||Since I Don't Have You|
|Marion Williams||People Got To Be Free|
|Soul Finders, The||The Happening|
|Norma Jean||Truck Driving Woman|
|Charles Smith||You Need Education|
|Soupy Sales||The Mouse|
|Billy Preston||Nothing From Nothing|
|Kris' Friend||Messages for Kris|
|Pete & Friend||Talk About Bait|
|Alex & Dad||Shut Up Alex|
|Religious Guys||Talk About Sex|
|96 Rock DJ||Name That Song|
Sat. 11/17/07 10:47am
Sure, it's a decent song..but can't help thinking of seeing the Feelies in the back room at Maxwells many years ago. Great that most of them are here now still making songs, thanks for the update, Joe.
Sat. 11/17/07 10:53am
You rock Joe.. Good idea Michael :)
Sat. 11/17/07 11:59am
you didn't ask him why NRBQ "broke up". How come?
Sat. 11/17/07 12:03pm
Bobby Moore is WFMU-alumni R. Stevie Moore's daddy!
Sat. 11/17/07 12:04pm
One of your best interviews, liked it etter than the Terry adams one. Joey S.'s manner & stories were enthralling...I didn't want the conversation to end...really, a wonderful interview.
Sat. 11/17/07 12:09pm
Glad to see someone else appreciates the pop sensibilities of Kiss! A #1 hit for sure!
Sat. 11/17/07 12:13pm
The interview was,as usual for Michael, amazingly revealing and yet personable. Rock On Michael!
Sat. 11/17/07 12:33pm
I agree w/ Phast Phreddie. It's a rite of passage when you first dig Albert Ayler.
Sat. 11/17/07 12:37pm
"Since I don't have you" is a rock 'n roll classic, featured on the soundtrack of American Graffiti & most likely several other compilations of early rock/vocal groups...
Sat. 11/17/07 12:44pm
Marion Williams - love that track! Great music - love from Dubai in the Middle East!
Sat. 11/17/07 12:50pm
By *golly*, if that "Truck Drivin' Woman" wasn't a terrific song!
Sat. 11/17/07 12:53pm
THE MOUSE! My first 45!
Sun. 11/18/07 5:18pm
Thanks for Joey interview Michael, I was especially glad to hear him say the "Q" was not broke. You can't really say enough about Joey or the rest of the guys, so it is a treat to hear Joey's version as he was always known as the quiet one.
Sun. 11/18/07 7:12pm
The Skyliners were anything but "One Hit Wonders." Perhaps you've heard of a huge hit by the name of "Pennies From Heaven?" In addition to that there was "This I Swear Is True," "Comes Love," and other tunes that at least charted. And by the way, "Since I Don't Have You" was a hit in 1959, not 1964.
Wed. 11/21/07 2:16pm
Michael - One of the best NRBQ related interviews ever! Thanks! Is Tom next?
Fri. 11/23/07 5:12pm
Mike, Thanks for keeping the Q alive on the radio. They are the best.
Take care, Mike Scully, "The Simpsons"
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