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|Queers, The||Something In My Heart|
|Vito & The Salutations||I'd Best Be Going|
|Lattie Moore||I Gotta Get Home (& Catch Up On My Sleep)|
|Jimmy Soul||Treat Em Tough|
|Al Casey||Guitars, Guitars, Guitars|
|Liquor Giants, The||Caroline|
|Johnny Dollar||Rockin Bones|
|Allen Toussaint||Sweetie Pie|
|Bee Gees, The||In My Own Time|
|Johnny Horton||Ole Slewfoot|
|Lavern Baker||Find Yourself Another Fool|
|WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?||Dave The Spazz left:|
|George Jones||Burn Another Honky Tonk Down|
|Henry Strogin||My Aching Feet|
|Bucky||I Am Dark|
|Del Shannon||It's Too Late|
|Tennessee Ernie Ford & Ella Mae Morris||Hog Tied Over You|
|Coolers, The||Witch Doctor|
|Johnny Thunder||Send Her To Me|
|Nick Decaro||Getting Mighty Crowded|
|Strangeloves, The||Hang On Sloopy|
|Beach Nuts||Out In The Sun|
|Freddy Cannon||Patty Baby|
|Tex & The Chex||Love Me Now|
|Jerry Lee Lewis||I'm On Fire|
|Go-Go's||Our Lips Are Sealed|
|Robert Gordon||Flying Saucers Rock & Roll|
|Strangeloves, The||I Want Candy|
|Angels, The||My Boyfriends Back|
|Jimmy McGriff||All About My Girl|
|THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with||Phast Phreddie Patterson|
|Earl Bostic||Harlem Nocturne|
|Byron Lee & The Dragonaires||I Had A Dream|
|Webb Pierce||Tupelo County Jail|
|Game, The||Gonna Get Me Someone|
|Beach Boys, The||I Can Hear Music|
|Mrs. South Carolina|
|?||Answering Machine Message|
Did Kim Fowley ever call in with an excuse?
Apparently, Bermuda shoes are a type of women's sandal. Haven't been able to track down defining characterstics, nor deduce any from the pics I've seen.
Oh boy, this music makes my day! thanks!
Bermuda shoes. One of the 2003 styles of the English shoe company Shipton & Heneage. Costs £59 in navy with brown leather
My #1 Hit Club card arrived over the week, thanks!
I think that shoe might be a loafer
Sounds like the Bermuda Shoes they were referring to could've been a Sandal or maybe even a Flip-Flop.
If the song were a #1 Hit today they'd be referencing Crocs!
had the mccoys lp with the tune sorrow on it way back when.great interview especially the angels
WOW ! ...for a Brill Building nut like me that was a FANTASTIC interview with Mr . Gottehrer !! WELL DONE!... Thanks too for playing our song (again!) - Your show is the BEST! whooooo...from England....
Further decedent info on Utah Phillips:
Nice program once again, Mr. Shelley. One request, though, I prefer the interview intermingled with the relevant songs. I suppose this way the non-interested could easily jump it and that it might take less editing, but it plays a bit long and arid for my taste. Thanks for the great music and interesting interviews. Cheers form Spain.
Now listening to the archive on Sunday night. I agree with Joff that the Gottehrer interview was great. One of your best. Loved the Liquor Giants song, I'd forgotten about them, didn't pay enough attention to them when they were around.
Good interview with Gottehrer! Did I hear you correctly, at the end, say, "Who are the Ravonettes?" Check with Bill Kelly. And play their version of My Boyfriend's Back. Keep playing the #1 music, Michael.
Just getting around to listening to the Gotterher interview - great! Re: Sorrow - I never knew that was a McCoys track. Realize that George Harrison stole/borrowed/tributed the "with your long blond hair and your eyes of blue" line in the Beatles song "It's All Too Much"! Wow!
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