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Options October 7, 2017: Guest: Lloyd Price

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Artist Track
Lloyd Price   Coconut Woman   Options
Strangeloves, The  New Orleans   Options
Jack Cardwell  There's a Train Leaving (Ev'ry Fifteen Minutes)   Options
Screaming Jay Hawkins   All Night   Options
Cherry Wainer And Don Storer  A Taste Of Honey   Options
Yolks, The  Don't Cry Anymore   Options
Ronny and the Daytonas  Little GTO   Options
laverne Baker  Tiny Tim   Options
Lloyd Price  Aint That Just Like A Woman   Options
Lloyd Price  Interview   Options
Lloyd Price  The Chicken and the Bop   Options
Lloyd Price  Interview   Options
Lloyd Price  Stagger Lee   Options
Lloyd Price  Interview   Options
Lloyd Price  Our World   Options
LLoyd Price  Interview   Options

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CLICK HERE for amazing then/now images of Pocono's resorts

CLICK HERE for selection from the British Library’s extensive collections of unique sound recordings, which cover the entire range of recorded sound: music, drama and literature, oral history, wildlife and environmental sounds

CLICK HERE for an interview with Brian Wilson where he says "Mike Love is probably the greatest lyric writer in the world. I think he’s my favorite lyric writer. He just wrote a lot of good songs"

CLICK HERE for info on The Beach Boys' "1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow"

CLICK HERE to see "The Beach Boys" "perform" "Do It Again" on the 2017 A Capitol Fourth

CLICK HERE for "Student Group Apologizes for Playing ‘Transphobic’ and ‘Problematic’ Lou Reed Song"

CLICK HERE for info on Steve Keene's show at The Marlborough Contemporary Gallery from May 25 - Jun 24

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CLICK HERE for 28:46 of "NRBQ & Friends"

CLICK HERE for "Marty Stuart: The Story of Clarence White & The Parsons/White StringBender "

CLICK HERE to find out "How the Nashville Number System revolutionized recording sessions"

CLICK HERE for an Interview with Chris Collingwood about the death of Fountains of Wayne and his new project Look Park

CLICK HERE to listen to a playlist of exclusive unreleased recordings by Longmont Potion Castle

CLICK HERE for a free download of a 16 track compilation from The Wipper Brothers

CLICK HERE for "Taylor Hackford Remembers Making a Movie With Chuck Berry: ‘The Greatest Nightmare of Any Filmmaking Experience I’ve Ever Had' "

CLICK HERE for tales from Chuck Berry's backing bands

CLICK HERE for the 1988 piece "Who Does Chuck Berry Think He Is?"

CLICK HERE for a story about The Beatles remastered version of "Live at the Hollywood Bowl"

CLICK HERE Cheap Trick on "Live At Daryl's House"

CLICK HERE to hear from the amazing Bob Washington, the voice of K-Tel

CLICK HERE for a new song titled "People Are Disgusting" from Jonathan Richman

CLICK HERE to listen to a new interview with Jonathan Richman

CLICK HERE to listen to "Musicians fighting Spotify are ‘so f-cking dumb,’ music industry pundit Bob Lefsetz says"

CLICK HERE to read a Mike Love sympathetic piece titled "Beach Boys seek to overcome discord with new wave of Love"

CLICK HERE to listen to a new NPR interview with Brian Wilson

CLICK HERE for an interesting piece about a journalist trying to interview Brian Wilson

CLICK HERE for "Jerry Lewis at 90: His Mouth Runneth Over"

CLICK HERE to read the report on Kippington Lodge's 1967 BBC audition - Includes phrases "painful" & "tone deaf" then CLICK HERE to have a listen & decide for yourself

CLICK HERE for "The Truth of the Flamin' Groovies' Story is Stranger Than Fiction"

CLICK HERE for info about the tuning used on Bad Company's "Can't Get Enough"

CLICK HERE to see the March 25th Hot 100 chart - when Happy Together was number one!!

CLICK HERE for detailed Pet Sounds credits

CLICK HERE for a piece on how they come up with radio ratings & Delilha's radio show

CLICK HERE to see a Thought Leader gives a talk on Thought Leadership

CLICK HERE to find out Why Classic Rock Isn’t What It Used To Be

CLICK HERE to find out Why You Can’t Get a Ticket to the NBA Finals … … and every other major event on the planet

CLICK HERE for a great documentary about The Cactus Blossoms

CLICK HERE to hear "How Music Taste Evolved"

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CLICK HERE for Ringo's isolated drums from "Oh Darling"

CLICK HERE to hear Laura Cantrell in a BBC interview with some woman with a lot of plastic surgery

CLICK HERE to see some paintings by Jonathan Richman

CLICK HERE for "Rob Freeman Recording The Ramones"

CLICK HERE to see The Michael Shelley Band live at WFMU's Monty Hall

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CLICK HERE to see Michael Shelley get interviewed on a NJ public access TV show "Destination Montclair"

CLICK HERE if you have the stomach to read Rolling Stone's ridiculous "100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time"

CLICK HERE to go "Inside the Strange, Hidden World of Offstage Touring Musicians"

CLICK HERE to watch The Cactus Blossoms live at WFMU April 18, 2015

CLICK HERE to watch James Hunter sing "Somethings Calling" live at WFMU Dec 7, 2015 - just so so so good

CLICK HERE for a nice piece on former guest on this show (and the drummer for The Beatles) Bernard Purdie

CLICK HERE to test your sense of pitch

CLICK HERE for Wilton Felder's so good isolated bass on "I Want You Back"

CLICK HERE to find out "Why Do All Records Sound the Same?

CLICK HERE for a cover of a Michael Shelley song!

CLICK HERE for The Cactus Blossoms on The 30 Minute Music Hour

CLICK HERE for info on the new, all instrumental, Michael Shelley album

CLICK HERE for a documentary and discussion of The Columbia House Record Club

CLICK HERE to test yourself and find out "How Well Can You Hear Audio Quality?"

CLICK HERE for an article about Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" with files of the isolated tracks to listen to

CLICK HERE to see actual AFM contracts for some legendary recording sessions

CLICK HERE to read Carol Kaye review of the book "The Wrecking Crew: The Inside Story of Rock and Roll's Best-Kept Secret" or CLICK HERE to read Carol's review of The Hoover Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, BH50010

CLICK HERE to see part one of a short behind the scenes film about Brian Wilson's new album "No Pier Pressure"

CLICK HERE for Brian Wilson's new song "The Right Time" (feat. Al Jardine) live on SoundStage. and

CLICK HERE for "Wild Honey" feat. Blondie Chaplin & Ricky Fataar

CLICK HERE for a great 2012 Rolling Stone piece about the 2012 Beach Boys reunion

CLICK HERE for a great piece on Better Records, whcih sells old lp pressings that sell for astronomical prices, e.g: The Police’s Synchronicity: $350

CLICK HERE for "It Sure Seems Like Neil Young’s Pono Player Is Bullshit"

CLICK HERE for "Why Cds May Actually Sound Better Than Vinyl"

CLICK HERE to create never ending always changing loops of a music files you upload

CLICK HERE for Gay Robot

CLICK HERE for PopSpots: exact locations of album cover photos and other visuals of pop history - tracked down with an obsessive level of research

CLICK HERE for 1971 tapes of Bob Dylan getting rightfully testy with A.J. Weberman (who used to go through and sell Dylan's garbage)

CLICK HERE for "Mind-Blowing Six Song Country Mashup" - which, if it is real, is pretty mind blowing

CLICK HEREfor the answer to the question "Do Coat Hangers Sound As Good Monster Cables?"

CLICK HERE to watch Nick Lowe and Los Straitjackets or CLICK HERE to listen

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CLICK HERE for the genius school teacher who wore the same outfit for yearbook pictures for 40 years

CLICK HERE Foo Fighters with Rick Nielsen doing "Stiff Competition" on David Letterman

CLICK HERE for the preview of the new WFMU documentary "Sex And Broacasting"

CLICK HERE for a piece about mastering that says that sometimes mastering recordings makes them worse

CLICK HERE for The K-Tel Story


CLICK HERE to see "Triumph Watches The World Cup, Part 1"

CLICK HERE for something odd: on the website of session guitarist Jay Graydon (he plays the guitar solo on Steely Dan's "Peg") he lists playing guitar on Cheap Trick's studio version of "I Want You To Want Me" among his 1977 credits.

CLICK HERE for some audio Illusions - "Can You Trust Your Ears"?

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CLICK HERE for a short film of two craftsmen at work

CLICK HERE to play Name That Drum Fill

CLICK HERE to read "Phish Has Been a Band for Thirty Years Now and They Have Sucked the Whole Time" and then CLICK HERE to read "This Is What Happens When You Make Fun Of Phish On The Internet"

CLICK HERE for the story of Be Bop Deluxe's Bill Nelson and how he says his record label ripped him off

CLICK HERE to read about a recent Jerry Lewis show

CLICK HERE for the new release of 5 Style 1996 live on WFMU

CLICK HERE for proof that Michael Nesmith is a nut

CLICK HERE to see some wise asses I'm a fan of

CLICK HERE to hear Bernard Prurdie talk about all kinds of things - including saying "Ringo's not on anything"

CLICK HERE for a film excerpt "Session Men - Memphis"

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CLICK HERE for Ronee Blakley singing "Tapedeck in His Tractor" from "Nashville"

CLICK HERE to play the web Theremin

CLICK HERE to see drummer Joff from the band Bucky so some drawings of old people

CLICK HERE for wrong from the get go NPR blog "The Worst Songs Of All Time?"

CLICK HERE to see why the cowardly anonymous culture of the internet drives me even more crazy then art does

CLICK HERE for a little background on the Buddy Rich tapes

CLICK HERE for the The Knack - this clip (with hard panned guitars) will help you understand the division of guitar parts in this song - which is not quite what I thought it was

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CLICK HERE for info on an odd e-book "Nick Lowe: A Long Career That Never Gets Stale." It is 4 pages long and "sells" for $1.99. The same author has one about Dean Martin that was reviewed like this: "This pamphlet was complete gargbage. A sixth grader could have written a better essay. All of this author's works should be removed from Amazon."

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CLICK HERE for some amazing RARE STAX MUSIC from tapes Robert Gordon pulled out of the debris when the STAX building was being torn down!

CLICK HERE for Ernie Bushmiller illustrated autobiography, on an amazing website

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CLICK HERE for James Jamerson & Gladys Knight going nuts on I Heard It Through The Grapevine

CLICK HERE for a nice piece about the the L.A. studio musicians who dominated the 70's sound.

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CLICK HERE for some classic Jerry. The whole clip is crazy - but 2:13 in is really off the charts nuts.

CLICK HERE for Paul Anka's famous post-gig turned into a short film!

CLICK HERE for an recent Montclair Times article on Michael Shelley!

CLICK HERE to read how Big Star's "September Gurls" was recorded at Ardent Studios

Apparently Bowie offered "Golden Years" to Elvis Presley - but The King declined. CLICK HERE former guest Stevie Riks nails the Elvis/Bowie duet version.

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am Listener Baby:

Everyone needs a bosom for a pillow. Good morning all! Good morning Baby! Swag for life, my friends. It feels so good, it feels so right. Be like Listener Baby.
  11:03am Cal Zone!:

The Price is Right, Michael!
Avatar 11:07am duke:

Wow Lloyd Price. Can't wait.
  11:12am Michael from the Left Coast:

The magnificent Cherry Wainer! Not enough of her on WFMU!
  11:14am Michael from the Left Coast:

is that record credited only to Cherry Wainer, not Cherry and Don?
  11:17am Cal Zone!:

Yolks are eggcellent!
Avatar 11:18am Michael Shelley:

MFLC - tha's not a record (I THINK) its a you tube tv show clip.
  11:26am George in WO:

I nearly wore out that Ronnie and the Daytona 45 when I was a kid. And still have it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:29am Hughie Considine:

This is priceless ...
  11:34am GeorgeSimian:

Lloyd Price! Love this already! Best ever! I bought my first Lloyd Price record in about 1983 when I was a kid. Never heard anything like it before or since. "Wish Your Picture Was You" is one of my favorite all time songs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good luck in N.O., Todd-O-Phonic and the crew. Hope you make it back in one piece.
Avatar 11:41am Brian in UK:

I can never imagine what life was like for Lloyd or any black man for that matter. However hard I try. We still got so much to learn.
  11:49am Morgan:

Glad he's here to speak out loud about it.
Avatar 11:53am duke:

Great Interview. Thanks Mr. Price, Rex and Michael.
Avatar 11:56am Juke Joint Jonny:

Super interview. Like to hear more of Mr. Price's theory that the fuel for rock 'n' roll was horny post-war ladies.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am ChrisB.:

Lloyd is really delivering the goods! Good work Michael and Rex!
Avatar 12:07pm Brian in UK:

Great interview with Lloyd Price.
  12:09pm Dennis Diken:

this interview is "stagger"-ing! Lloyd is the greatest!
  12:09pm cat:

"yeah thats it" = perfect intro
  12:16pm Tim 07030:

This is sensational radio. I could listen to Lloyd talk all day.
  12:22pm Tom:

So cool to have Lloyd Price on WFMU. I heard "Question" on this show a couple years ago and it blew my mind.
  12:22pm Lloyd Price:

This might be the best interview I've heard in years !!! Great artist and great questions.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm Tome:

can't remember the last time I was "glued to the radio speaker" ,,, this is one to remember !!!! Astonishing interview !
  12:25pm Eddy in Australia:

@Lloyd: Perfect pronunciation of Brisbane!
@Michael/Rex: Great interview
  12:29pm Jeff g.:

Please never stop taking.
  12:35pm paul:

Who is the other interviewer?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm Tome:

Rex and Michael doing the interview
  12:40pm paul:

Thanks, Tome.
  12:47pm mike east:

My god this man has some stories. Great interview Michael and Rex !
  12:48pm Dennis Diken:

One of the great thrills of my life was playing drums with Lloyd at a bash after the Grammys in NYC, 1990 I think
  12:48pm Robbie White:

This is the best interview I have ever heard. Thank you (and Rex).
Avatar 12:58pm duke:

Great interview! Thanks
  12:59pm Tim 07030:

God bless Lloyd Price and Bravo, Michael and Rex. This was wonderful.
Avatar 1:01pm Brian in UK:

Special programme. Thanks Michael & Rex.
  10:26am Ruy Mauricio de Lima e Silva Neto:

Wow! One of my heroes as a teenager! How could you possibly skip such masterpieces as "I'm gonna get married" and "Lady Luck" and "Come into my heart", not to mention classical "Personality" and "Stagger Lee"? A real shame. Less talk and more music, specially with such a living genius as this.Now,Lloyd,I'm gonna get married and my name she'll carry.
Avatar 10:50am Michael Shelley:

@Ray - we completely disagree! you can listen to his music any time - we had a once in a lifetime opportunity to talk with him, and it was wonderful - I wouldn't change a thing. The real shame is that you couldn't enjoy it because you would have rather heard songs you've already heard hundreds of times then a new interview with a guy you call a "living genius"
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