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November 24, 2012: It's A Man Down There!
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|Junior Wells||It's a Man Down There|
|Paul Jones||Baby Now That I Found You|
|Johnny Guitar Watson||I Say, I Love You|
|Sister Rosetta Tharpe||Caint No Grave Hold My Body Down|
|Lyres, The||The Way I Feel About You|
|Barry St. John||Bread and Butter|
|Spade Cooley||Carmen's Boogie|
|Moms Mabley||It's Your Thing|
|Muffs, The||Really, Really Happy|
|Gary Lewis and The Playboys||Heart Full Of Soul|
|Stevie Jackson||Santa Claus (from WFMU's War on Christmas!)|
|Strangers, The||California Soul|
|Hardrock Gunter||The Senator From Tennessee|
|Albert King||Had You Told It Like It Was (It Wouldn't Be Like It Is)|
|Uniques, The||Mother and Child Reunion|
|Amy Rigby and Wreckless Eric||Do You Remember That?|
|Jerry Foster||I Ain't No Beatle|
|Jim and Jesse McReynolds||Big Job|
|Lee "Shot" Williams||When You Move You Lose|
|Velvet Underground||Cool It Down|
|Rivieras, The||Rockin' Robin|
|Jim Nesbitt||Lookin' For More In 64|
|Vernon Garrett||Running Out|
|Nina Simone||Marriage Is For Old Folks|
|Roxy Music||Love Is The Drug|
|Allen Shelton||Bending The Strings|
|Hal Hardy||Love Man|
|John Paul Keith||Anyone Can Do It|
|Manfred Mann||Don't Ask Me What I Say|
|Joe Carson||The Last Song (I'm Ever Gonna Sing)|
|Bola Sete||Voce E Eu|
|New Piccadillys, The||Judy is a Punk|
|Outsiders, The||Keep On Running|
|Norma Jean||A Dime At A Time|
|Johnny Jones & The King Casuals||It's Gonna Be Good|
|Queers, The||Something In My Heart|
|Rodriguez||This Is Not A Song|
|A MINUTE WITH||SCOTT SCHINDER|
|Mom & Son||Bicycle Thursday|
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SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES has 22 guaranteed #1 hit songs - and each recorded EXCLUSIVELY FOR THIS COMPILATION!
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Here's an alphabetical list of the amazing bands and songs - click on the band names for more info!:
1) Bambi Kino "You’re 16"
2) Frank Bango "You Wear It Well"
3) The Bo-Keys featuring Percy Wiggins "Stuck In The Middle With You"
4) Bucky "Band Of Gold"
5) The Chandler Travis Philharmonic “Right Back Where We Started From”
6) Paul Collins “Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling”
7) The Dahlmanns "Ring Ring"
8) Dennis Diken with Bell Sound “Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)”
9) Mike Doughty "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
10) Eugene Edwards “I Hear You Knocking”
11) The Explorers Club “Don’t Pull Your Love”
12) Stevie Jackson and The Wellgreen "Rock Your Baby"
13) Ray Mason Band “Come And Get Your Love"
14) The Minus 5 (Scott McCaughey & Peter Buck) "Arms of Mary"
15) Joe Pernice “It's Different For Girls”
16) Jay Sherman-Godfrey "Couldn't Get It Right"
17) Shibboleth “The Rockford Files”
18) Splitsville “How Deep Is Your Love”
19) Frank Lee Sprague “Can’t Get Enough”
20) Mike Viola "Lonely Boy"
21) Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby "The Guitar Man"
22) Yo La Tengo "I Saw The Light"
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-Steve McFarland for the package design & amazing Photoshop work on the front cover!
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-Rex lending his voice talents to the commercials!
-All the bands who donated their time & creative genius to make this happen
-Michael Shelley 2012