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Options April 26, 2008: Includes an interview with Billy Hinsche!

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Artist Track
Del Shannon  The Big Hurt   Options
?  Quincy Theme  
Wilburn Brothers, The  Blue Blue Day   Options
Rufus & Carla Thomas  Don't Mess Up A Good Thing   Options
She & Him  Sweet Darlin'   Options
Merseybeats, The  I Stand Accused   Options
Conway Twitty  Walk Me To The Door   Options
Etta James  The Same Rope   Options
Los Zaphiros  Bossa Cubana   Options
Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention  Anyway The Wind Blows   Options
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Diane left:   Options
Lena Lovich  New Toy   Options
Jim Eanes  I'm No Communist   Options
Tommy Tucker  Silly Little Cynthia   Options
Golden Gate Quartet  High, Low & Wide   Options
Joey Dee & The Starlighters  Peppermint Twist (Part II)   Options
Ernie Tafoya  Mr. Average   Options
Wilson Pickett  Three Time Loser   Options
Wilson Pickett  Mojo Mama   Options
Ola & The Janglers  Do You Wanna Dance?   Options
Chimptations, The  Monkeyshines   Options
Alan Price Set  Getting Mighty Crowded   Options
Stoney Edwards  The Cute Little Waitress   Options
Shirley & Lee  Somebody Put A Jukebox In The Study Hall   Options
Dino, Desi & Billy  She's So Far Out She's In   Options
Dino, Desi & Billy  Tell Somebody You Love Them   Options
Beach Boys, The  Heroes and Villains   Options
Dino, Desi & Billy  Spanish Harlem Incident   Options
Beach Boys, The  TM Song   Options
Beach Boys, The  Had To Phone You   Options
Dino, Desi & Billy  I'm A Fool   Options
Billy Hinsche  INTERVIEW   Options
Billy Hinsche  Music Is Freedom   Options
J. Vincent Edwards  I Can't Let Maggie Go   Options
Jimmy McGriff  I Can't Get No Satisfaction   Options
Bruce Ruffin  Ooh Child   Options
Al Wilson  The Snake   Options
THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with  Phast Phreddie Patterson   Options
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band  Thunder Road (live)   Options
Kenneth Keith Kallenbach  I Like Beers   Options
Kris Ife  Hush   Options
A MINUTE WITH  Scott Schinder   Options
Iggy Pop  The Passenger   Options
WAKY Radio  Hello WAKY Contest   Options
Nick, Martha etc.  Raid The Fridge & Take 1/2 + Baklava, etc.   Options
Brother Russell  Close Shave   Options

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm Christian:

Did Dino, Desi, and Billy ever play at the "Bali Hai" in Northport, New York back in the later 70's as part of a reunion tour? Thanks,
  9:16am Rosemarie:

Great show - looking forward to next week , I am Kris Ife's web designer and a big J Vincent Edwards fan.
(Jackson & Jones Rule)
Love & Hugs
Rosemarie (Barnsley UK)
  9:37am Howling Rabbit:

I saw Springsteen twice. Both concerts were at Penn State. The first was before "Born To Run". He wasn't that familiar to most people at that point, just us folks in Philly. The man did not stop. When his band took a break he still kept on, doing a number on the piano. It was pretty incredible.
The second time was after "Born To Run". Needless to say things were a bit different. The lines were long, the auditorium was packed. And though Springsteen and band still gave an incredible performance, I felt the earlier time was more enjoyable.
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