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Options January 20, 2018: Honey, Let Me Stay The Night

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Robert Finley  Honey, Let Me Stay The Night   Options
Bobby Darin  She Knows   Options
Brenda Lee  Little Jonah (Rock On Your Steel Guitar)   Options
Mr. Bear  Radar   Options
Lalo Schifrin   Rapaz De Bem   Options
Ben Vaughn Combo  Gimme Gimme   Options
Ben Vaughn  Yellow River   Options
Goodees, The  Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love)   Options
Nat Stuckey  Don't Pay The Ransom   Options
Bobby Marchan  Rockin' Pneumonia   Options
Fountains of Wayne  Little Red Light   Options
Gary Lewis & The Playboys  Girls In Love   Options
Darrell McCall  Excuse Me (I Think I've Got a Heartache)   Options
Jessie Belvin  I'll Mess You Up   Options
Zoot Sims w/ Al Cohn  Nagasaki   Options
Dave Edmunds  Never Been In Love   Options
Peter Sarstedt  No Lollipops For You   Options
Blood Oranges  Halfway Round The World   Options
Slim Harpo  Cigarettes   Options
Chris Difford  Sunday People (demo)   Options
P.F. Sloan  What Am I Doing Here With You?   Options
Del McCoury Band  Wimmen's Hats   Options
Kay Robinson  The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow   Options
Bob Marley & The Wailers  Simmer Down   Options
Carmaig De Forest  I'd Be Delighted   Options
Dion and the Wanderers  Two Ton Feather   Options
Ferlin Husky  Watch The Company You Keep   Options
Chuck Berry  Bordeaux In My Pirough   Options
Emitt Rhodes  Somebody Made For Me   Options
Chris Curtis  Aggravation   Options
Eddie Noack  Shake Hands With The Blues   Options
Lee Dorsey and Betty Harris  Love Lots Of Lovin'   Options
Orquestra De Pablo Beltran Ruiz  La Banda Es Boracho   Options
Explorers Club, The  I Lost My Head   Options
Sunday Servants  Who Do You Love?   Options
Sturgill Simpson   A Little Light Within   Options
Willie Tee  Thank You John   Options
Chet Baker  They All Laughed   Options
Dwight Yoakum  Three Pears   Options
Grace Denton  Girls In Green   Options
Kirsty MacColl  Caroline   Options
Andy Kaufman  Andy Goes To The Movies   Options
Beatles, The  You're Gonna Lose That Girl   Options

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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"

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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

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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

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

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

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

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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 11:00am Listener Baby:

Please bring Mike a bag of money.
  11:05am clarke:

Avatar 11:06am Todd-o-phonic Todd:

This Darin cut is such a gem.
  11:07am clarke:

or a bag of wine!!
Avatar 11:07am jake6573:

weird song, weird DJ
  11:08am clarke:

todd - i have enjoyed your show - i just have to archive it much of the time, as saturday afternoons seem to be ful of stuff..
Avatar 11:10am Todd-o-phonic Todd:

@clarke: Thanks!
Avatar 11:10am Michael Shelley:

Jake - how do you think I'm weird
  11:11am clarke:

baby - we's'a havin' a heatwave on the east coast - not like when you were here
Avatar 11:11am SmokinJ:

Brenda so fucking rocks!
  11:12am clarke:

todd - esp enjoyed the sweet and gouldman shows
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12am Listener Baby:

I was so happy it was freezing cold, @Clarke. Twas so fun.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:13am Zetti:

Yep, Mr Bear... memorable.
  11:13am clarke:

ha ha ha ha - wow! now THAT'S weird!!
  11:16am clarke:

baby - i wanted to check out your movie rec's, but this past week just FLEW by... will get to them..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:18am Listener Baby:

C.. You won't be sorry. Just talking about Senna, made me watch it again. Amazing!! Man on Wire is even better.
  11:19am clarke:

there is a playlist of pre-code hollywood films on the youtube, and i will wind down with one of those, straight down the list, lately
  11:24am Robert D:

Why bother playing this inferior version of Double Shot? It does not do anything for the song and the singing is atrocious. Meh.
  11:25am clarke:

you don't come here much do ya robert??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25am Listener Baby:

Was just about to say the same thing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31am Listener Baby:

Hey!! Where are your nose pinchers?? That's what they are for, Baby??
  11:32am clarke:

that is why my head is in the sand....signed, The Ostrich
  11:33am Stevel:

My daughter, who works in DC, may not need to go to work on Monday, if they don't figure things out. She'll lose out on pay until it's settled.
Avatar 11:34am Michael Shelley:

Robert D. - I think the main reason is obvious, but since you asked - because I like it. Because I think it's interesting. I like how the usual STAX musicians are adapting their soul style on it, The guitar player is doing some great stuff, drummer too. That's why.
  11:35am clarke:

was going to say - drum track is great
Avatar 11:39am Ken in Tucson:

Tom Petty apparently had a broken hip, among other issues. Opiates are easy to get addicted to. Not sure he needs to be excused.
  11:40am Baby:

You rocking some Marty today, Baby!
  11:43am clarke:

hey - i play in a room!!! just by myself
  11:46am clarke:

oh man - rodford SUPER SWEET guy!!! damn
  11:47am clarke:

rodford could remember EVERY gig he played - SPECIFICALLY!!!
  11:51am GW:

Not sure TP would give a damn what any of you think .
  11:52am clarke:

hey i don't even give a damn of what i think!
Avatar 11:52am Michael Shelley:

GW: I Agree - not sure what your point is
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am patrick321:

Petty had a fractured hip and as he continued the 50+ date tour the fracture progressed to a full break which is said to be hideously painful. He seems to have been taking a wide variety of drugs for pain, and apparently wasn't as careful as he should've been.
  11:54am Bill in W.O.:

Blood Oranges, nice! Wish they could get Cheri Knight to play a reunion.
  11:54am clarke:

okay patrick - that might be true, but also petty has had opiate addiction issues in the past. all MS is saying is that the news was used improperly - he isn't judging petty
Avatar 11:56am Michael Shelley:

Patrick - ... I think he was a drug addict who (in his addiction, and his physical pain) chose to take way too may drugs.
  11:56am Jimmy D:

WOW! Use to see the Blood Oranges every time they played in Boston and Cambridge during the 80's/90's. What a band. Thanks, Michael!
Avatar 11:59am jake6573:

Just got a cell phone recently myself, thought was only person on planet earth without one. Perhaps i'm weird.
  12:00pm clarke:

what is 'wrong' with Weird??
Avatar 12:01pm jake6573:

Would have bet this was Lou.
  12:01pm clarke:

or Nap Eyes
  12:02pm Bill in W.O.:

Re. Blood Oranges, I saw them play a reunion show in 2001, and I've heard about a one-off or two, but my understanding has been that Cheri Knight put music behind her and hasn't wanted to do it again. Shame, and her two solo records are top-notch. https://www.riverfronttimes.com/stlouis/twang-time/Content?oid=2471652
  12:02pm Guy Walker:

Michael, I hear you. At the University of New Mexico and at Harvard new research has spurred on new studies of N,N-Dimethyltryptamine. More and more DNA evidence concludes our ancestors imbibed. John Allegro in his very flawed translations in Christianity And The Sacred Mushroom illustrated correctly humankind has a deep connection to other realms through the intake of certain plants. The political ramifications over the centuries have complicated humankind's relationship with these plants. The synthetic man made chemicals that kill every day are the problem. A full DMT experience not only satisfies, it sobers to what is a truly creative response.
Avatar 12:05pm Ken in Tucson:

The Onion: Hundreds Of Musicians Removed From Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame For Drug Use
Avatar 12:05pm jake6573:

looking for mm phono stage, for ortofon red, would like to spend < 1k, any suggestions ?
  12:11pm JakeGould:

Via CNN: “The medical examiner's news release said the autopsy found these drugs in Petty's system: fentanyl, oxycodone, acetyl fentanyl and despropionyl fentanyl, which are opioids; temazepam and alprazolam, which are sedatives; and citalopram, an antidepressant.”

If you have a fractured hip, don’t tour.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm Listener Baby:

  12:12pm Cal Zone!:

Great set today MS!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm patrick321:

JakeGould – Hard to see how anyone got the word "accidental" from that smorgasbord.
  12:21pm JakeGould:

@patrick321: Exactly. If you miss him, like his music and such, fine. But don’t delude yourself. Touring with a fractured hip and taking all of that stuff? That is just not right. I genuinely want to know why he toured in that state. I can’t imagine it to be financial pressure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm Listener Baby:

I think it's a case of "so F**ked up" One forgets what and when. I think it happens all the time. So sad.
  12:21pm GW:

For all of you who seem to live on these shitty chats , try giving them up for a bit . Your own little addictions . TP had talent , you all just yenta . Go to hell .
  12:22pm JakeGould:

@ListenerBaby: Maybe. The touring with a fractured hip is what makes no sense to me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm Listener Baby:

@GW seems you are living on them too, no? and thanks for the advice
Avatar 12:25pm Michael Shelley:

GW - you have some serious anger issues! And youre a liar.
  12:25pm Guy Walker:

Just for the record, this hostile person who's handle is GW ain't me. At all.
  12:29pm paul:

Good Lovin' by the Rascals
Avatar 12:29pm jake6573:

Thats an easy one, Ike and Tina Proud Mary Live !
  12:31pm paul:

Pills by NY Dolls
  12:31pm clarke:

shit my boss called -- had to chat w/him...
  12:31pm JakeGould:

Blondie’s “Hanging on the Telephone” is better than the Nerve’s version.
  12:32pm paul:

I hate it when that happens
  12:32pm Tom:

Ace Frehlys cover of Russ Ballard’s “New York Groove”.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32pm Listener Baby:

Here's a weird one.. For No One, Rickie Lee Jones. Believe it or not.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm Hughie Considine:

Wow -- how often do you hear the classic "liquid L" in a pop ditty? Tom Brokaw would dig this.
  12:33pm JakeGould:

Which came first, the Beatles or Rolling Stones “I Wanna Be Your Man.” The Beatles gave that one to the Stones and I like the Stones version better.
  12:33pm paul:

Viva Las Vegas by the Dead Kennedys
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm Hughie Considine:

All Along the Watchtower. XTC killed it.
  12:34pm Dean:

Frank Zappa's "Stairway to Heaven"

Speaking of the Stones, their "cover" of their own tune, "Wild Horses," surpasses the version by the Flying Burrito Bros., for whom they wrote it...or does it?
  12:35pm paul:

Anything from Michael Shelley's Super Hits of the 70s
  12:35pm Dean:

Residents' "Kawliga"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36pm Listener Baby:

Dahlmans Abba cover Ring Ring!!
  12:36pm Guy Walker:

You mean cover of Gram Parsons song.
  12:37pm clarke:

actually Double Shot Of My Baby's Love by The Swingin' Medallions is a cover of a cyril vetter original
  12:38pm clarke:

i missed the parameters of the actual question, but am assuming we are talking about the cover version being better than the 'original'??
  12:39pm paul:

yes, Clarke
Avatar 12:39pm Michael Shelley:

just better - can be exact arrangement -
  12:39pm Dean:

Right, @clarke. Either that or we're talking about responses that are better than the question.
  12:40pm clarke:

i am so down on covers, in general, not a ton come to mind, really. there is a handful though
  12:40pm Dean:

Motorhead's "City Kids"

Not sure, though, that Pink Fairies' isn't superior.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm jmd:

More than a few of Kathy McCarty's versions of Daniel Johnston's songs.
  12:42pm paul:

Sunday Servants Who Do You Love?
  12:42pm clarke:

obviously the kingsmen's version of louie louie - if that has not already been mentioned; however, i really like richard berry's original, too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43pm listener 126464:

The Fleshtones/All Around The World
  12:43pm Dean:

Jimmy LaFave has a ton of great covers. Two come to mind: "Valentine's Day" and "On a Bus to St. Cloud."
  12:44pm paul:

Strike that. I'll take Bo's version
  12:45pm clarke:

nobody beats Bo!!!
  12:46pm clarke:

elton john's Love Song is just a tad more emotional with production than lesley duncan's version
  12:48pm clarke:

(admittedly the sound effects 'make' the cover slightly better - surf and seagulls)
  12:48pm Dean:

Theo Bleckmann's "Take It with Me"
  12:49pm Dean:

Nina Simone's "Baltimore" for the win.
  12:50pm clarke:

randy newman's Baltimore?? i doubt it... that song is perfect
  12:50pm JakeGould:

Chet Baker really killed it with tons of his covers.
  12:51pm Doc Rock:

The ‘OO - Summertime Blues?
  12:51pm Dean:

Admittedly, Nina Simone didn't even like her Baltimore record, but I think her take on that song is heart-rending.
  12:52pm clarke:

i have heard it before, but can't remember it holding a candle to the original - i like simone, but not better than almost any of her originals
  12:54pm Doc Rock:

The Rolling Stones- I Used To Love Her But
It’s “All Over Now”?
  12:54pm clarke:

cochran is unbeatable
  12:54pm clarke:

bobby womack's version is the equal of stones version
  12:55pm clarke:

although brian jones' solo is EARTH-BREAKING
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56pm ChrisB.:

"Doyle Hargraves" gets a credit for hand claps on Three Pairs. Funny.
  12:57pm Doc Rock:

Hendrix!!! - All Along The Watchtower.
Quite An Improvement Over Bob’s.
  12:57pm clarke:

man, speaking of hand claps - they are really difficult or were when there were only a few tracks to play with
  Swag For Life Member 12:58pm tadpoles:

I'm on Andy Kaufman's side!
  12:58pm Dean:

Linda Ronstadt's "I Will Always Love You"
Emmy Lou Harris' "Rose of Cimarron"

Both debatable, sure.
  12:58pm clarke:

they take up a LOT of tracks!!
  12:58pm Doc Rock:

Great Show Again 2Day Mike!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:58pm Matt in Nebraska:

After hearing Michael Shelley interview the guy who wrote that Tom Petty biography a couple years back, I thought this is a dude who will not reach old age. As for covers, my old man used to do a pretty cool version of the Collins Kids "Whistle Bait".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:58pm ChrisB.:

Andy and His Grandma!
  12:58pm maybud:

This week I heard Shonen Knife's "On top of the world" on Clay Pigeon's show. Rockin
  12:59pm clarke:

adios all -
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59pm listener 126464:

Thanks DJ!
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