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Favoriting October 21, 2010: Singles Going Steady - All 45's and Interviews!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Opening Salvo
  Sweetbottom Horn Flourish. (since you asked)
Terry Jacks  Seasons In The Sun   Favoriting   Bell  1974  45   
An Interview With Machine Dazzle of Idaho Falls, Idaho
Tommy Edwards  It's All In The Game   Favoriting   Polydor  1951  45  Died at age 47 of a brain aneurism. 
Tiffany  I Think We're Alone Now   Favoriting   MCA  1987  45  I acquired many of these old 45's in my old "radio days" in the '80's. Many, like this, are getting played for the first time as I continue to resist WFMU's in-house records and continue to plunder my own meager collection for all it's worth. 
Bent Fabric  Alley Cat   Favoriting   Atco  1961  45  Real name: Bent Fabricius-Bjerre, from Denmark 
Anna From Schenectady
The Monkees  Last Train To Clarksville   Favoriting   Flashback Records  1973  45  Spun from a re-release. This was the Monkees debut single, recorded in July of 1966. Written by Boyce and Hart. 
Del Shannon  Two Kinds Of Teardrops   Favoriting   Bigtop  1963  45  The great Del Shannon. Struggled with drink and took his own life in 1990. He was rumored to be joining The Traveling Wilburys after Roy Orbison's death. 
Malo  Suavacito   Favoriting   Warner Bros.  1972  45  Big in Central America and South America. From the bay area. Jorge! 
Salma Hayek from "Frida"
Randy Introduces The Next 45!
Andy Gibb  I Just Want To Be Your Everything   Favoriting   RSO  1977  45  Wonder what would have happened had he lived? Would he have joined the BeeGee's? WOuld he have replaced Maurice? We'll never know. 
An Interview With Randy of Denmark, South Carolina
Marilyn Monroe from "Some Like It Hot"
The Rumbles  99% Sure   Favoriting   Mercury  1968-ish  45  Omaha band. Try this link to hear their great version of "Jezebel," a regional hit in the midwest.


  The Rumbles 45 was so scratched up I decided to bail into a stylistically similar tune ... Love American Style!
The Cowsills  Love American Style   Favoriting     1969-ish    From the television show of the same name. If this isn't The Cowsills, it is the Charles Fox Singers. 
  My dual-cassette deck is on its last legs. I mean it this time. I can hear it dragging. Things are a bit s l o w. :>(
Fanny  Charity Ball   Favoriting   Reprise  1971  45  David Bowie is a big fan of this band and thinks them highly underrated. 
Shana Introduces Lionel Richie!
Lionel Richie  Runnin' With The Night   Favoriting   Motown  1983  45  This is part of the old Wisconsin Roller RInk DJ collection I inherited back in Mukwonago. Incidentally, the rapid-fire guitar riff edit features Yngwie Malmsteen. See the secrets you learn by reading the playlist?! 
An Interview With Shana From Oakland, California.
Billy Preston  Outa Space   Favoriting   A&M    45  Music behind Shana 
Republican Leader John Boehner Speaks Out Against The Administration - Fox News
Yes Moment
Chris Gantry  Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife   Favoriting   Monument      I like Chris' original version, don't you?


Shoot me your answer pronto! 

Horst Jankowski  A Walk In The Black Forest   Favoriting   Mercury  1965  45  Million-Selling German Pop Composer, died at 62 in 1998 of lung cancer. 
Oedipus Moment!
Brian Introduces The Archies!
The Archies  Bang-Shang-a-Lang   Favoriting   Calendar  1968  45  Written by Jeff Barry. Sung, I presume, by Ron Dante, who wrote and produced with Barry Manilow. 
An Interview WIth Brian From Columbia!
Milford Graves Moment
Anthony Newley  Lament For A Hero   Favoriting   Acappella  1964  45  A touching song. A sad time. 
An Announcement on Dallas Television Concerning JFK's Assassination. 1963.
Sailcat  Motorcycle Mama   Favoriting   Elektra  1972  45  Obscure old quasi-hit. 
Omary Introduces The Osmonds!
The Osmonds  Down By The Lazy River   Favoriting   MGM  1971  45  Late-Period Osmonds. Here's a great LIVE clip from '72 - Ohio State Fair.


Excerpt from Whopperfreakout.com
The Turtles  She'd Rather Be WIth Me   Favoriting   White Whale  1967  45  Flo and Eddie! 
The Jets  Rocket 2U   Favoriting   MCA  1988  45   
M. Scott Carpenter  Excerpt from Launch   Favoriting   Vox  1962  7"  Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter in the Mercury Aurora 7 spacecraft. May 24th, 1962. Watch it!:


Marie Introduces Willie and Waylon
Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings  Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys   Favoriting   RCA  1978  45  Originally written and recorded in '76 by country artist, Ed Bruce. 
Hudson And Landry  Excerpt "The Prospectors"   Favoriting Losing Their Heads  Dore  '60's  LP  A frequently sampled LP on The Dusty Show. These two are greatness. 
The Diamonds  Little Darlin'   Favoriting     1957  45  Re-recorded by Elvis twenty years later. 
Andy WIlliams  A Taste Of Honey   Favoriting   Columbia Special Products  '60's  7"  Promotional record for Kentucky Fried Chicken! Andy always takes me back to my childhood. Listening to the Zenith console in the living room. Good times. 
Matthew Introduces Albert Hammond!
An Interview With Matthew of Manhattan!
Sharron Angle on the TV program, Face To Face
Bobby Vee  The Night Has A Thousand Eyes   Favoriting   Liberty    45  GREAT VIDEO here:


Rusty Warren  Roll Me Over   Favoriting   Jubilee  1960  7"  From New York City ... currently 79 and living in Honolulu. 
Marissa Introduces PR&TR
Paul Revere & The Raiders  Hungry   Favoriting   Columbia  1966  45  Awesome single, wouldn't you agree?


Let me know, pronto! 

An Interview With Marissa of Seattle, Washington!
Brief Jazz Outro With Jamey Aebersold
Dave "Baby" Cortez  The Happy Organ   Favoriting   Eric    45  With commentary by Don Rickles (which has nothing to do with Dave Baby Cortez, but it makes me laugh anyway. 
An Interview With Sam From South Hadley, MASS.
Kim Wilde  You Keep Me Hanging On   Favoriting   MCA  1986  45   
Robin McNamara  Lay A Little Lovin' On Me   Favoriting   Steed  1970  45  Produced by Jeff Barry 
Herman's Hermits  Leaning On The Lamp Post   Favoriting   MGM  'Late 60's  45  Ah, the memories. My brother Carrier liked this one and so do I. 
Lisa Introduces Tommy Roe
Tommy Roe  Dizzy   Favoriting   ABC  1969  45  A #1 hit all over the world. Song contains 11 key changes! 
An Interview With Lisa from San Francisco!
Wendy's Grill Skills Training Video - 1989 -- You must see this:


More Lisa (and the actual pigeon American Standard)
The Partridge Family  Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted   Favoriting   Bell    45  David Cassidy with the spoken word. Tony Romeo composition. FLASH NEWS BREAK: I have just secured a new Richard Harris LP (1970) written and produced by Tony Romeo. Very excited. You're sure to hear it in an upcoming episode. Don't miss it! 
Olivia Introduces Bobby Goldsboro!
Bobby Goldsboro  Watchin' Scotty Grow   Favoriting   United Artists  1970  45  Song written by Mac Davis of "In The Ghetto" fame. 
Outtro with Olivia from Paris.
Closing Salvo
Billy Cobham  Solarization   Favoriting Total Eclipse  Atlantic  1974ish  LP  This may be my new outro music. Unsure. I love this, though it didn't really fit the whole 45's thing. It's good though, isn't it? Let me know immediately ...


Dick Contino  Twilight TIme   Favoriting       LP  After Julie reads the legal. Listen for more Contino action in the near future. He may become the official "tape-turn" music. 
  Well, that's it for another episode of TDS. I hope you dug. As I'm writing this, it is 2:09am on October 26th, 2010. Another moment of life, here and gone. So fleeting. We wish we could hold them, but they slip through our hands, these moments. The record fair was a blast. I only bought four albums, but they're sure to be featured soon on TDS, so keep tuning in. Tomorrow, Station Manager Ken and I head out to do a little filming in the park of some interviews. Not sure if I'll do a Halloween Show or a Mid-Term Election Show or both. Mid-Terms coming up SOON. Please vote and do the right thing. So many boneheads at large right now. OK, then. That's it for this time around. Thanks for your email. I appreciate it. Always fun to hear from you. Until next time my friends ... take care and ... always ... remember!

Clay Pigeon

Manhattan, NYC, USA.

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