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Two hours of rollicking delite: '60s jams, cartooniness, seriousness, sing-alongs, and Simpsons talk. P.dece.

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Favoriting June 8, 2011: I'm Gonna Leave You

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format
Dusty Springfield  I'm Gonna Leave You   Favoriting   Philips  1966  7" 
Bettye Swann  (My Heart Is) Closed for the Season   Favoriting Bettye Swann  Honest Jons/Astralwerks  2004 (orig 1968)  CD 
Arthur Lee & the American Four  Stay Away   Favoriting   Norton  2006 (orig 1965)  7" 
Paul Revere & the Raiders  Peace Of Mind   Favoriting   Columbia  1967  7" 
Skip Spence  All My Life (I Love You)   Favoriting     1972  MP3 
The Who  Mary-Anne with the Shaky Hands   Favoriting   Decca  1967  7" 
The Plimsouls  Everywhere At Once   Favoriting Everywhere At Once  Geffen  1983  LP 
The Records  Teenarama   Favoriting s/t  Virgin  1979  LP 
The Romantics  Forever Yours   Favoriting National Breakout  Nemperor  1980  LP 
The Hollies  Burn Out   Favoriting A Crazy Steal  Columbia  1977  LP 
The Bay City Rollers  Wouldn't You Like It   Favoriting Rock 'n' Roll Love Letter  Arista  1975  LP 
The Ventures  Telstar   Favoriting The Ventures Play Telstar and The Lonely Bull  Dolton  1963  LP 
Gwil Owen  Too Much Coffee   Favoriting   Singles Only Label (SOL)  1993  7" 
The Avett Brothers  Denouncing November Blue (Uneasy Writer)   Favoriting     2006  MP3 
The Abraham Lincolns  Blind Love   Favoriting Standing By My Window Looking At The Rain EP  The Making of Americans  1996  7" 
Martin Mull  In the Eyes of My Dog - Dog Version   Favoriting   Capricorn  1973  7" 
Randy Newman  I'm Different   Favoriting Trouble In Paradise  WB  1983  LP 
Strawberry Alarm Clock  Birds In My Tree   Favoriting   Uni  1968  7" 
UK Squeeze  Strong In Reason   Favoriting UK Squeeze  A&M  1978  LP 
Ian Dury & the Blockheads  Superman's Big Sister   Favoriting Laughter  Stiff  1980  LP 
Dave Edmunds  Something Happening   Favoriting Twangin'  Swan Song  1981  LP 
TA80  High Gravity Girls   Favoriting Born Insecure  Phat Phorty  2009  CD 
NOFX  Dig   Favoriting Punk In Drublic  Epitaph  1994  CD 
Green Day  I Was There   Favoriting 39/Smooth  Lookout!  1990  LP 
Billy Hancock with the Tennessee Rockets  Miss Jessie Lee   Favoriting   Ripsaw  1980  7" 
Lois  Strumpet   Favoriting Strumpet  K  1993  CD 
Elliott Smith  Junk Bond Trader   Favoriting Figure 8  Dreamworks  2000  CD 
Daniel Johnston  Happy Time   Favoriting   Seed  1994  7" 
Chad & Jeremy  Donna, Donna   Favoriting Chad & Jeremy Sing For You  World Artists  1965  LP 
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts  I Still Dream About You   Favoriting Up Your Alley  CBS  1988  CD 

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Listener comments!

Drummer Some:

Your host Amanda is cavorting in St. Petersburg, Russia, just now, but she left us this killer radio show. Sit back and enjoy, and feel free to leave comments as the spirit moves you.

Can't look at playlist, spoilers!
listener james from westwood:

There we are! Wanted to confirm I was readin' what I was hearin'!
Drummer Some:

This puppy starts off with Dusty Springfield and winds up with (spoiler alert!) Joan Jett. Jezzuss, does it get any better?
Drummer Some:

My rate is $15 an hour for babysitting.
listener james from westwood:

I'm spoiling the heck out of myself (how is that any different?) and looking forward to the tunes listed to the left!
listener james from westwood:

Don't forget to negotiate at least one raid on the freezer in that deal!
Drummer Some:

It's okay, Listener James. I've parked Amanda's show in front of the TV and I'm texting wildly with my best buds at the mall.
Babysitters Union Local 878:

listener james from westwood:

Don't worry about us kids. We'll busy ourselves with the toolbox and the knives. Where does Dad keep the oxyacetylene?
Drummer Some:

I think he hides it under the bed next to his copies of Hustler.

or swank.
listener james from westwood:

Or a dog-eared pile of printed-out sexts.

ya know, that one never occurred to me.
listener james from westwood:

telstar is always welcome!

can you even do that?
listener james from westwood:

@glenn: i imagine parents these days will encounter stashes in silicon form, on smartphones or thumb drives, more than the usual forest porn or pile at the bottom of the footlocker.
listener james from westwood:

not sure. human nature being what it is (shortsighted on occasion), someone somewhere has probably committed a sext to paper. and that can include tweets these days, which can be run thru storify to make a ghastly, incriminating narrative.

frankly, i'm all about the stupidphone.

further frankly, i pretty much hate the hollies.
listener james from westwood:

aside from calls made and stored #s, dumbphones tell no tales.
listener james from westwood:

this has been surprisingly good music for composing a press release. thanks, amanda-in-absentia!
listener james from westwood:

(surprising in the sense that I usually go w/ instrumentals when writing)
Brian in UK:

Oh bugger it's Wennersday. Not a Rolling Stone reference.
Brian in UK:

For a young gal Miz Amanda plays very little modern music in these here parts.
Drummer Some:

Amanda will be on vacay again next Wednesday, but, supreme angel of the airwaves that she is, she's pre-recorded a show for next week, too. What a gal!
Brian in UK:

LJfW where were you when the pizza was dished up last Friday? Missed you.
Brian in UK:

Doug, why is the volume on the stream louder than on the trad radio link? Or is it my connection?
listener james from westwood:

The damn current took me to North Africa. Lost a few days in Tangier. You know how that goes.
Brian in UK:

Surprised you can remember.

Amanda's bringing back bedbug infested records from Russia? I can't wait!

Hey all! I'm sorry I couldn't be with you live. But I'm happy in a St. Petersburg cafe right now surrounded by exhausted relatives, having walked all around town all day. Listen next week too! Thanks so much for putting up with the spoilers and my absence.
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