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Options November 10, 2007: Includes an interview with Eddie Floyd!

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Artist Track
Donald Adkins  The Safari   Options
Don & The Good Times  And It's So Good   Options
Ira Louvin  Empty Wallet & A Broken Heart   Options
Merry Clayton  It's In His Kiss   Options
Rolling Stones, The  Out Of Time   Options
Billy Taylor  St. Thomas   Options
New Cars, The  Not Tonight   Options
Bobby Lord  Everybody's Rockin' But Me   Options
Art Neville  Bo Diddley   Options
Desi Arnaz  I'll Take The Rhumba   Options
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?`  Dennis Diken left:   Options
Four Seasons, The  Huggin My Pillow   Options
Sanland Brothers, The  Vaccination For The Blues   Options
Soul Stirrers, The  Lead Me Jesus   Options
Elvis Costello  I Can't Stand Up For Fallin Down   Options
Sam & Dave  You Don't Know What You Mean To Me   Options
Dave Brubeck Quartet  Theme From Mr. Broadway   Options
Bobby Russell  Better Homes And Gardens   Options
Everly Brothers, The  It Only Cost A Dime   Options
King Curtis  Instant Groove   Options
Bill Carlisle  Love, Love, Love (That's What It Is)   Options
Steve Gibbons Band, The  No Spitting On The Bus   Options
Eddie Floyd & Mavis Staples  Ain't That Good   Options
Eddie Floyd  Big Bird   Options
Eddie Floyd  Things Get Better   Options
Johnnie Taylor  Just The One (I Was Looking For)   Options
Eddie Floyd  People, Get It Together   Options
Eddie Floyd  Raise Your Hand   Options
Eddie Floyd  I Never Found A Girl   Options
Eddie Floyd  INTERVIEW   Options
Eddie Floyd  Knock On Wood   Options
NRBQ  I Got A Little Secret   Options
Sandy Nelson  Over, Under, Sideways, Down   Options
Milton Banana Trio  Ora Bolas   Options
Jimmy Wakely  Goo Goo Dada   Options
Me & Them  Show You Mean It Too   Options
Clarence Carter  Harper Valley PTA   Options
Globetrotters  Theme (Funky Mix)   Options
Ramones, The  She's The One   Options
Hank Thompson  This Train   Options
THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with  Phast Phreddie Patterson   Options
Hank Thompson  Interview   Options
Hank Thompson  A Six Pack To Go   Options
Ramsey Lewis  The Mighty Quinn   Options
Johnny Paycheck  The Johnsons Of Turkey Ridge   Options
Johnny Paycheck  The Cave   Options
Billy Preston  Will It Go Round In Circles   Options
Wipper Brothers  Mt. T On The 700 Club   Options
Radio Commercial  Otto's Grotto   Options
Radio  Hitler Is Dead   Options
Grandma  Young At Heart   Options
Half Pint  Ed's Records   Options
Tube Bar  Frank N. Stein   Options

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Listener comments!

  11:09am Parq:

Nobody's posted yet?? Michael, maybe it comes from growing up in NJ in the 60s, but I totally agree with Dennis on the Seasons.
  12:21pm Mark "Daddy-o Dilly" Dillman:

Always happy to hear any great musician from Memphis. We had a blast there at the 2006 Ponderosa Stomp!
  12:31pm Parq:



Oh wait, you said "Leave a comment on the playlist", not "Leave a comic". Oh what the heck...
  12:35pm barry wilson:

Is Dennis Dikon loco? Seasons over the Beach Boys? Time to update your medication Dennis...these were the Wilson brothers who created a sound and a legacy & went on to influence pop usic for years to come. What else can be said...oh yea, BRIAN WILSON...enough said.
  12:35pm Wolfman Jack:

request: r. stevie moore's cover version of DYNAMITE (The dBs) went number 1 yesterday on Cash Box. is it on your dance card?
  12:38pm barry wilson:

Is Dennis Diken loco? Seasons over the Beach Boys? Time to check the dosage of your medication. The Wilson brothers created an original sound & a legacy that went on to influence pop music for years. What else can be said?...BRIAN WILSON...enouh said.
  12:40pm Mark Dillman:

Saw Hank Thompson on stage here in my hometown twice during the 1990s. Super shows. He was one of those guys who would sign autographs and pose for pics after the shows. He showed lots of attention to his fans. Good guy. Will be missed lots.
  12:41pm barry wilson:

And yes, Dennis Dikon...you've been in New Jeresy far too l-o-n-g....(not a good thing)...I wouldn't see JERSEY BOYS even if you put a gun to my head...
  12:51pm larry walczak:

Thumbs down on the 4 Seasons...sure they had some good hits but Frankie Valle's voice could actually be downright annoying at times. Brian & Carl Wilson always hit those high, sweet sounds that were most seductive. Compare the catalogs & influence...lets give a call to the Hamptons & see what Paul McCartney thinks? Koodoo's to Michael Schelly for confronting Dikon at Belock's wedding reception...someday has to try to bring D.D. back to reality.
  12:53pm Red:

Wow! Scott gets another Billy Preston!
  12:56pm Red:

Give him the BROTHER LOUIE!
  11:42pm seth:

Denis Dikon has a point. The Four Season definitely hold their own with the Beach Boys at times. Amazing vocals. Great hooks. Tremendous pop stuff. Sure, they failed to cut a Pet Sounds, but the 'Boys, as great as they are, cut a lot of dogs (ditto for the Seasons) IMHO. They were cooked after Brian cracked, while the Four Seasons pumped out some wicked guilty pleasures. And the recently released Smile is such a huge disappointment (after 30+ years of hype), why, I'd rather listen to the Four Seasons (or The Smithereens!), than listen to that pompous Van Dyke Parks-fed windbaggery. P.S. I am not a friend of Dennis's. And I think Michael Shelley rules.
  9:35am Howling Rabbit:

How ridiculous to compare one group over another. Two totally musical experiences... what's the dopey point in rating one over the other? I like them both so cooties to all of you.
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