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Options January 21, 2012: I Wonder If I'll Ever See You Again

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Artist Track
Leopards, The  I Wonder If I'll Ever See You Again   Options
Amsterdam  Mary Lou   Options
Delbert Barker  It's a Good Life   Options
Spencer Wiggins  He's Too Old   Options
Galt MacDermot  March Past   Options
Yo La Tengo  I Saw The Light   Options
Bohemian Vendetta  Half the Time   Options
Adcock And Reno  Bye Bye Blues   Options
Lula Reed & Freddy King  It's Easy Child   Options
Cars, The  Let's Go   Options
Travis Wammack  Find Another Man   Options
Weldon Rogers  Women Drivers   Options
Roy Milton  Oh Babe   Options
Tito Rodriguez & His Orchestra  Mama Inez   Options
Eugene Edwards  I Hear You Knocking   Options
Hal Blaine & The Young Cougars  Nashville Coupe   Options
Carl Mann  Ubangi Stomp   Options
Shirley & Lee  Rock All Night   Options
Queers, The  I Can't Get Over You   Options
P.F. Sloan  Danger Man   Options
Stan Hardin  Give Me All Your Lovin'   Options
Della Reese  Brand New Day   Options
Zoot Simms  Lover Come Back To Me   Options
Smithereens, The  Behind the Wall of Sleep   Options
Dino, Desi & Billy  Spanish Harlem Incident   Options
Homer Henderson  Steal Guitars   Options
Preston Love  Chicken Gumbo   Options
Bucky  Band Of Gold   Options
Bucky  I Am Dark   Options
Crickets, The  Everybody's Got A Little Problem   Options
Sleepy LaBeef  Sure Beats The &(@^#$*& Out Of Settlin' Down   Options
Al Fayard  Doin Sumpin' PT1   Options
Baron Lee and the Blue Rhythm Band  Reefer Man   Options
Bambi Kino  You're Sixteen   Options
Vogues, The  Happy Together   Options
Loretta Lynn  rated X   Options
jackie Edwards  I Don't Know   Options
Bucky  Band of Gold!   Options
A MINUTE WITH  Scott Schinder   Options
Half Pint  Oscars Afro Shop   Options
Wipper Brothers, The  Amagram   Options

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Listener comments!

  11:07am Van in DC:

Hi Michael
  11:12am calzone!:

Pumped up about the Super Hits of The Seventies!
Avatar 11:17am Michael:

me too!
  11:23am mrmucho:

Todd R is an android sent from the future to entertain us
  11:29am frenchee:

that Yo la Tengo cover was heartbreakingly good
  11:30am Roberto:

I like the night life baby! I used to air drum to this when I was 15. Looked like an idiot but didn't care.
Avatar 11:30am Michael:

  11:30am frenchee:

with whom, Roberto or Frencheeeetooo?
Avatar 11:31am Michael:

meant for Frenchee - but Roberto too
  11:32am mrmucho:

textbook #1 hit
  11:33am Roberto:

Agree that I looked like an idiot!
  11:34am red:

Jon Brion (Aimee Mann partner)
Avatar 11:37am Michael:

Red, you are not correct.
  11:38am red:

I stand corrected. I thought you meant her former producer, who is also an excellent singer.
  11:41am ?:

Always like the 1960s Travis Wammack tunes. Good 'un.
  11:46am Paul:

Backin the 80s Amee Mann used to work at the original Newbury Comix in Boston. We were ther one Saturday when Ric Okasek came in to Browse. of course we were too cool to notice but Amee and Ric were all chatty and rock and roll. We spent the next hour making fun, but wishing we could join in.
  11:59am Eugene Edwards:

Thanks for the spin, Michael. I had just tuned in mid guitar solo. Pleasant way to start a rainy day in LA.
  12:03pm paul:

I think you just did a free ad for that lawyer.
Avatar 12:03pm Michael:

Eugene - thank YOU!

Your version of I HEAR YOU KNOCKING is really just mind blowing!
Avatar 12:08pm Michael:

Excellent pens - he deserved it
  12:09pm paul:

  12:15pm BigJay:

Gotta love Pat DiNizio.
  12:17pm Michael from the Left Coast:

Smithereens tune down a half step
  12:18pm Mr. Capo:

here a step there a step everywhere a half step
  12:20pm glenn:

blind blake played a 12 string tuned down 2 whole steps, making an e chord a c chord.
  12:26pm Artanker:

Loved that rave up after Horner Henderson track. what was that?
  12:26pm Artanker:

Love your show MS. Listen every wk
  12:28pm benjoya:

thanks for that info, glenn. explains a lot.
  12:30pm Rob from Texas:

Sorry to hear the news about Johnny Otis. I used to catch his show at the Powerhouse Brew Company each Saturday morning in Sebastopol California when I lived in Santa Rosa CA on KPFT. Great musician who passed along terrific rock and roll stories and he was very political in nature. Interesting, well rounded man to say the least. You have a great show as well Michael!
  12:30pm glenn:

especially if you're trying to figure out how to play blind blake songs.
he must have been using some crazy heavy strings.
  12:35pm MonkeyMan:

MS... You r the best!
  12:43pm Parq:

Kids, stick around and we'll explain what "call you up, invest a dime" means in a little while.
  12:44pm calzone!:

Cool cover of The Turtles. Can it get any whiter?
  12:48pm Eugene Edwards:

Yeah, the Vogues really buried the funk from the original Turtles track.
  12:51pm G:

Thanks for the Brian Wilson link. Great composer, but really scary in person now. Can't figure out whether he's at an early step along the road toward Dick Clark, or whether he is auditioning for the next "This is Your Brain On Drugs" campaign.
  12:54pm G:

not making the 60 second limit today lol
  12:58pm Jimmy Wipper:

Put us on the trace!
  12:59pm Jimmy Wipper:

Put us on the trace!
  1:00pm Jimmy Wipper:

In the Wipper household, there is a similar parting of the ways, Mr, Shelley.
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