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Options November 19, 2011: Includes an interview with Ron Ryan

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Artist Track
Los Shakers  Always You   Options
Yo La Tengo  Tried So Hard   Options
George Hamilton IV  If You Don't Know (I Ain't Gonna Tell You)   Options
Slim Gaillard  Puerto Vootie   Options
Kirsty MacColl  They Don't Know   Options
Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs  I'm Gonna Love You Too   Options
Nita, Rita & Ruby  Hi De Ank Tum   Options
Platters, The  Shing-Ling-A-Loo   Options
Bucky  Greenbank Swimming Pool   Options
Harry Nilsson  So You Think You've Got Troubles   Options
Marvin Rainwater  So You Think You've Got Troubles   Options
Reverend Cleophus Robinson  Strange Things Happening Every Day   Options
Gang Of Four  Damaged Goods   Options
Rivieras, The  Let's Dance   Options
Bob Atcher & Bonnie Blue Eyes  Why Don't You Haul Off & Love Me?   Options
Preston Love  Neck Bones   Options
Apples In Stereo  Seems So   Options
Barney Kessel  TV Commercials   Options
Jean Shepherd  Sad Single and Slow Ridin   Options
Young-Holt Unlimited  Who's Makin' Love?   Options
Jackie Robinson  Let The Little Girl Dance   Options
Fountains of Wayne  Yolanda Hayes   Options
Caravelles, The  Gonna Get Along Without You Now   Options
Cowboy Copas  My Autobiography   Options
Coasters, The  Love Potion #9   Options
Teenage Head  Let's Shake   Options
Jerry Foster  I Ain't No Beatle   Options
Fred Crawford  I'll Never Get Married Again   Options
Bob & Earl  You Made A Boo Boo   Options
George Shearing  Mambo In Miami   Options
Shoes  Boys Don't Lie   Options
Dave Clark Five  Because   Options
Ron Ryan  INTERVIEW   Options
Dave Clark Five  Bits & Pieces   Options
Tom Carvel  Tom Turkey Commercial   Options
Julie  Teenage Gang Debs (?)   Options

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Listener comments!

  11:04am JJ Moth:

What a great start,you've got to go some to beat this Mike.
  11:16am Jimmy Wipper:

Love Slim!!!!
  11:17am Jimmy Wipper:

Certainly the only radio show in the world that follows up Slim Gaillard with Kirsty MacColl. A thing of beauty.
  11:43am BigJay:

I prefer the swim to the stomp, but that is just me.
  11:46am Stefan:

Perfect Soundtrack for a quiet autumn evening in Germany/bavaria
  11:52am michael:

Germany too, nice show while playing in cologne with our son...Cologne
  11:53am Michael:

  11:55am Mark Dillman:

Boy, you what would sound pretty good right now? How 'bout some Arthur Alexandrer?
  11:56am Michael:

Didn't bring an AA - next week!
  12:02pm Stefan:

were you playing in cologne as dj or musician?
  12:08pm Paul:

Wierd I was just thinking about Michae playing this while listening t the she and him version this week
  12:23pm Baby:

Gotcha on live brother.
  12:26pm Michael:

Press them grapes!
  12:35pm Mark Dillman:

In regard to your British guest's comment, he would be very interested to know that as an American, in the early 1960s the VERY FIRST record I ever bought was in fact a British skiffle record, namly "Does Your Chewing Gum Loose Its Flavor (on the Bedpost Overnight)" by the truly great Lonnie Donnegan, a top 10 hit Stateside.
  12:38pm paul:

love this guy's accent
  12:43pm Baby:

get the hook, Mike!
  12:51pm Mike Sin:

If Ron Ryan did indeed agree to this deal with Dave Cclark from "Bits and Pieces" onwards, it would have been separate from the music publisher and the record company. The contract would have been between Dave Clark (or "Dave Clark Inc." or some such). The major mistake was agreeing to have his name removed from all songwriting credits.
  12:59pm Esteban (NJ):

I love the Carvel and current (Julie) stuff!
  12:59pm Esteban (NJ):

I love the Carvel and current (Julie) stuff!
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