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Strolling down the Sunset Strip, in search of that station out at sea.

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Options December 8, 2015: Bubblegum In Space

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Artist Track Album Label Comments
The Beatles  You Can't Do That   Options Second Album  Apple  War and Violence Is Over if You Want It 
Peter & Gordon  A World Without Love   Options 7"  Capitol   
Dave Clark Five  All Of The Time   Options 7"  Epic   
The Shirelles  Twenty-One   Options 7"  Scepter Records   
The Coasters  Idol With The Golden Head   Options 7"  Atlantic   
Dee Jay & the Runaways  Peter Rabbit   Options 7"  Smash Records   
The Hullaballoos  I'm Gonna Love You Too   Options 7"  Roulette   
Tommy James and The Shondells  Sugar On Sunday   Options Crimson and Clover/Cellophane Symphony  Rhino  For Mr. Sin 
The Lemon Pipers  Green Tambourine   Options 7"  Buddah Records   
The Flying Machine  Smile a Little Smile for Me   Options 7"  Congress   
Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus  Poor Old Mr. Jensen   Options 7"  Buddah Records   
The Monkees  Tapioca Tundra   Options 7"  Colgems Records   
David Bowie  Space Oddity   Options The Deram Anthology 1966-1968  Deram   
The Move  Tonight   Options 7"  Harvest   
Quicksilver Messenger Service  Pride Of Man   Options 7"  Capitol   
Country Joe & The Fish  Rock Coast Blues   Options I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die  Vanguard   
The New Inspiration  Mr. Moody   Options 7"  Decca   
The Herd  Understand Me   Options 7"  Fontana   
Eric Burdon & the Animals  River Deep Mountain High   Options 7"  MGM   
Buffalo Springfield  Everybody's Wrong   Options Buffalo Springfield  Atco   


Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm MattBelow:

Buenas tardes on this mild December dia!
  3:06pm davemarando:

i am here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm MattBelow:

Hey Pops!
  3:10pm davemarando:

i saw you called sorry did not get it had to go to cvs
  3:11pm davemarando:

whole crew listening Ant Bill frank
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:14pm Mike Sin:

Hi Matt -- I'm glad I get the chance to listen live today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:16pm MattBelow:

How's Frank and Bill?

@Mike Sin: Hey Mike! Looking forward to your fill-in on Saturday!
  3:17pm davemarando:

they are great ... how are you.
  3:18pm davemarando:

the hammer cometh over tonite
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm MattBelow:

@Pops: I'm okay. Work later...bummer
  3:19pm davemarando:

went with joey to the mendon 60s diner
  3:20pm davemarando:

to bad you couldnt broadcast from there sometime
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:20pm Mike Sin:

re: backing vocals on "Sugar on Sunday"

Don't have the LP right in front of me, but if those were done solely by members of the Shondells, Tommy got a lot of bang for his buck here. Those mofo's could not only play, but then sing like birds...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm Mike Sin:

Hey, and thanks, for the "electronic" dedication, as it were... Thatsa nice-a!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm MattBelow:

@Mike Sin: They must've sang 'em. Or it could Tommy James overdubbing a million times.
  3:24pm davemarando:

your working later also
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25pm MattBelow:

@Pops: Maybe I can do a remote broadcast there sometime
  3:26pm davemarando:

it would be cool during the summer they have 1960s car shows
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:30pm MattBelow:

@Pops: What did you get at the diner?
Avatar 3:30pm Joe B:

Hey Matt!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:31pm MattBelow:

Hey Joe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm MattBelow:

I always thought this version had a drummer who heard the song once and was like ok I got it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35pm Mike Sin:

re: early version of "Space Oddity"

Drummer: "Hey man, I was told this was going to be supper-club jazz!"
  3:38pm davemarando:

old fashion hamburger with onion rings and a coke
  3:40pm davemarando:

it was called the corvette
  3:42pm davemarando:

how many hits did the lemon pipers have
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44pm MattBelow:

@Pops: I know Green Tambourine and Rice Is Nice were the biggies. Maybe Mr. Sin or Joe know.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:45pm Mike Sin:

re: Lemon Pipers
Was just going to post that -- Nothing compared to "Green Tambo," but I think "Rice is Nice" was the only other top-40 hit.
  3:47pm davemarando:

ok thanks
Avatar 3:50pm Joe B:

seemed like more hits for them as I had the Checkmate LP! (1910's hits on Side 2)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:52pm MattBelow:

@Joe B: Sounds like a must have!
  3:54pm davemarando:

when did it become not just the animals
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:56pm MattBelow:

@Pops: Early 1966
  3:57pm davemarando:

wonder why his name had to be in front
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:57pm MattBelow:

@Pops: But then later in 1966 the original band disbanded and he got a whole new band, one of which ended up being Mr Summers from The Police
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:57pm Mike Sin:

@davemarando re: Animals

The band broke up for all intents and purpose after a 1966 US tour. (Chas Chandler actually went off and discovered Jimi Hendrix!) Eric B. essentially got another crew together and put his name out front.
  3:58pm davemarando:

interesting i love the history to these bands
Avatar 3:58pm Joe B:

great show Matt!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:59pm MattBelow:

Thanks for everyone tuning in!

@Mike Sin: He was maybe a little of Alan Price too y'think?
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