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Redd Kross  There's No One Like You   Options
Del Shannon  My Love Has Gone   Options
Country Cutups, The  Chug-A-Lug   Options
Jackie Hairston  Monkey On My Back   Options
Billy Taylor  I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free   Options
Lemonheads, The  Being Around   Options
Brinsley Schwarz  (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding   Options
Flatt & Scruggs  Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms   Options
Dean and Jean  Thread Your Needle   Options
Rubinoos, The  Honey From The Honeycombs   Options
Nancy Sinatra  The Last of the Secret Agents   Options
Bill Carlisle  Monkey Business   Options
Joe Tex  Build Your Love (On A Solid Foundation)   Options
Ernest Ranglin  Everybody's Talking   Options
Explorers Club, The  The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)   Options
P.F. Sloan  The Sins of A Family   Options
Jerry Reed  High Time   Options
Clarence "Frogman" Henry  The Glory Of Love   Options
Cars, The  Bye Bye Love   Options
Cars, The  Let's Go   Options
Liverpool Five, The  If You Gotta Go, Go Now   Options
Kenny Vaughan  Hot Like That   Options
Chris Scruggs  Window   Options
Standells, The  Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Wear White   Options
Hank Thompson  Total Stranger   Options
Z.Z. Hill  Where She Att   Options
Above, The  You Make It Real   Options
Ventures, The  A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You   Options
Billy Garner  Brand New Girl   Options
Greg Townson  Girl From The North Country   Options
Joe South  These Are Not My People   Options
Oscar Aleman  Swinging On A Star   Options
Juan Wauters  Sanity Or Not   Options
Yolks, The  Don't Cry Anymore   Options
New Piccadillys, The  I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys   Options
Like, The  In The End   Options
Coolies, The  Yeah I Don't Know   Options
Knack, The  That's What The Little Girls Do   Options
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five  Safe, Sane and Single   Options
News  Flight 214   Options
CKLW  Jackpot w/ Patches the dog   Options
Wax Museum  Barker   Options
Carvel  New Wave   Options
Little Brother  With Rocks & Fists   Options

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CLICK HERE to hear the new number one hit from Juniper

CLICK HERE to hear a lovely short BBC radio piece where Nick Lowe talk about Fatback Louisiana USA by Tennessee Ernie Ford and Harlan County by Jim Ford

CLICK HERE for the old switcheroo: A new episode of the Casey's Musical Dustbin Radio podcast where Michael Shelley is the interview subject.

CLICK HERE to hear Laura Cantrell interviewed on the Stereo Hysteria podcast

CLICK HERE to read "How the Beach Boys’ Lost Late-Sixties Gems Got a Second Life "

CLICK HERE to read Michael's recent interview Sonny Curtis on the Please Kill Me website!

CLICK HERE to find out what happened when Jonathan Richman moved to Maine in 1981

CLICK HERE to read Michael's recent interview Lou Reed archivist Don Fleming on the Please Kill Me website!

CLICK HERE Robbie Fulks And Linda Gail Lewis' interview & performance on Fresh Air

CLICK HERE Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis LIVE & unplugged at Paste studios!

CLICK HERE for info on the new compilation "Back Patio Bliss" produced by listener Baby!

CLICK HERE for a free download of the new album "Matt Gets Blue" from Matt Lucas

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CLICK HERE for an interesting short film about R. Stevie Moore

CLICK HERE for info on Copyright Termination Experts

CLICK HERE to read Michael Shelley's comic "Oh No, It's Tinnitus!"

CLICK HERE for very funny excerpts from a notebook where record store clerks logged "anytime we got a dopey phone call, boneheaded comment, or generally batshit customer experience"

CLICK HERE for Quincy Jones on Paul "the worst bass player I ever heard" McCartney, Michael "stole a lot of stuff" Jackson, Astrology, and who killed Kennedy!

CLICK HERE for "Replacing Ringo? The Story Behind Bernard Purdie and The Beatles"

CLICK HERE for a map, with audio links, to whatever the #1 song is in 3000 places around the world

CLICK HERE for a step-by-step guide to repairing damaged record sleeves

CLICK HERE for testimony given by Taylor Swift in Colorado district court

CLICK HERE for the animated guide to compression

CLICK HERE to check out drummer Jim Gordon's discography

CLICK HERE to listen to/download 1000s of digitized 78s

CLICK HERE to watch Robbie Fulks cover NRBQ at FMU

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

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

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 to listen to a new interview with Jonathan Richman

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

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 detailed Pet Sounds credits

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

CLICK HERE for a great documentary about The Cactus Blossoms

CLICK HERE for "Rob Freeman Recording The Ramones"

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

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 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

CLICK HERE to watch Nick Lowe & Lost Straightjjackets live!

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

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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 laugh

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 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

CLICK HERE for The Mills Brothers

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.

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!

  11:02am Baby:

  11:07am Frank In Queens:

Greetings from the road!
  Swag For Life Member 11:08am Geoffrey in Ottawa:

I'm having a breakfast beer right now. Cheers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am Bootsie:

Cool version of this!
  11:15am clarke:

Avatar 11:15am northguineahills:

It'd been about 20 years since I heard this Lemonheads....
  11:16am clarke:

where ya't, frank???
Avatar 11:17am Jimmy Wipper:

Well, it IS the International Day of Peace!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:18am Hughie Considine:

"Being Around" contains one of rock's rare snot lyrics, right up there with "Aqualung" and that song on Forever Changes. I have a list somewhere.
  11:19am clarke:

possible Today's Topic: what was your single of the summer?
Avatar 11:20am Roberto:

Hughie, don't forget The Flaming Lips' "She Don't Use Jelly."
Avatar 11:20am Michael Shelley:

  11:21am clarke:

for me this would be a close tie between Layin' Pipe by The Fleshtones and GBV - Heavy Like The World
  11:22am clarke:

and Boys! Boys! Boys! coming in a close 2nd!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am Hughie Considine:

Good one, @Roberto! One more: “I boogied on my finger and I wiped it on the wall…”
  11:26am lepson jooves:

and of course the Weird Al song "Gotta Boogie"....
Avatar 11:28am Roberto:

Oh durn, I didn't know Honey had passed last year. Rock In Peace.
  11:29am LB:

That Rubinoos tune is pretty awesome
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:29am Hughie Considine:

Ha. It would be weird if Weird Al didn't have a song about snot.
  11:30am clarke:

i have not seen the ken burns thang - but, although he usually does a FAB job, it is probably better for people who don't know much about the subject.
  11:31am clarke:

AND un-earthing killer footage is burns' forte, as well
  11:32am clarke:

older than bowie!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am Hughie Considine:

I'm excited for his next project: Ken Burns "Klezmer"
Avatar 11:34am Roberto:

A Burns documentary? Excellent.
  11:34am clarke:

hughie - single of the summah???
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:35am Hughie Considine:

@Roberto, I am joshing~
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am Hughie Considine:

@Clarke, I guess some people find his work reductive.
Avatar 11:38am Roberto:

As am I, Hugheleh. I'm imagining C. Montgomery Burns's reaction to hearing that there's a Burns documentary.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47am Hughie Considine:

Only my mama calls me Hugheleh -- bless you, @Roberto! But seriously, Ken Burns has done a documentary on so many big topics, maybe he needs to narrow his scope a little: e.g., Ken Burns "New Wave of British Heavy Metal"
  11:48am clarke:

anyone get this Lee Hazlewood collection that just came out?? i assume it is The Shit??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am Sid:

Liking covers; depends on whether you heard the cover tune before the original (Beatles version of 'Twist & Shout' comes to mind. Love The Isleys, but heard the Fabs first).
Avatar 11:49am Michael Shelley:

was just checking it out in the record library before the show - weird/good
  11:49am clarke:

i don't know sid - i would like to think i have objectivity to figure out what kicks arse more.
  11:51am clarke:

for moi - there are only RARE cases (VERY few!) when the cover is better than the original
Avatar 11:51am Third World Man:

AAC Stream is struggling here in FLA
Avatar 11:52am Third World Man:

won't work in the pop up had to use the direct stream URL
  11:53am clarke:

the beatles version of Twist & Shout is a dead tie for me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54am Sid:

The version of a song I hear first is, for me, the original. Not always my favorite, but often, just by virtue of incumbency in my ears. If Pat Boone put out a song before an R&B artist, would it be the definitive version?
  11:54am clarke:

pat boone never wrote a song in his life
  11:56am clarke:

as a friend of mine once said: The Cars are just about perfect!!
  11:56am Dean:

Which is the original of "Wild Horses"? The Burritos' or the Stones'? B came first, but...
Avatar 11:57am Third World Man:

The Sunday's version of Wild Horses is the definitive for me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am Sid:

Used to listen to full Cars albums - worth turning the LP over. Revisited them this past week. First 2 + Shake It Up just as good as they were when they came out for me.
  11:58am Mikey:

Bye bye love. A perfect song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am common:

Ben orr
  11:58am longish:

More platter, less chatter.
  11:59am clarke:

i am "Door To Door" with the cars oevre! even solo works, New Cars, etc.
Avatar 11:59am Third World Man:

I always had a hard time distinguishing Orr from Ric
Avatar 12:00pm Michael Shelley:

longish: no
  12:00pm clarke:

this is probably because orr was singing ric's songs!
Avatar 12:00pm Third World Man:

I think orr sang in a slightly higher register.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm Hughie Considine:

Ben voice was a leading man -- Ric's was a character actor.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Sid:

Even the 2011 Cars release was worthy (Move Like This).
  12:01pm Mary Gidge:

I just told my husband I’ve had Bye Bye Love in my head for days. And here is is. The break is so pretty. (He asked, by the way, everly brothers?). Thanks you michael (I cant get family on board for whitewashed Ken Burns doc either)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Was reading up on The Cars this week. They joked that their first album should've been called a Greatest Hits album.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm common:

Agreed hughie
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Hughie Considine:

Elliott Easton's leads were just so damn tasty.
  12:02pm vertual:

I'm about the same age, Michael. I always remember the cars on at the skating rinks and in any given Camaro.
Avatar 12:02pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Same :
  12:02pm clarke:

a lot of bands could make that joke
Avatar 12:02pm Third World Man:

Yep Ken, every song on that album received heavy radio play
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Sid:

Like The Ramones, hard to play just one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm common:

This one!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm ChrisB.:

"I'd like a night light , baby!"
Avatar 12:03pm Third World Man:

I love the way the drums are miked on this one. Left to right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm jmd:

Don’t Cha Stop.
  12:04pm Midtown Man:

Saturday at the office...can't stop pen drumming to these two gems by The Cars
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm Sid:

When Candy-O came out, you realized they weren't just a one-album fluke. Some reviewers quipped that they had guts to not just quit after the first one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm Hughie Considine:

Apparently the band soured quickly on the LP cover for the debut, even though it seemed to define them so well. It was all done pretty much without their input so they never felt it spoke for them.
  12:05pm Joe R.:

@Ken - just saw that quote myself. That first record is so loaded, at least 6 out of those 9 songs got a lot of radio play back then.
Avatar 12:05pm Ross T.:

Those first hits put the Cars right up there with say Paul Revere and the Raiders which to me is saying a hell of a lot. And I understand their influence goes way beyond that.
Avatar 12:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Vargas redhead on Candy-O & Panama Red cannabis shall forever be one for me...
Avatar 12:06pm Third World Man:

I hear Roxy Music in the Cars.
Avatar 12:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Think so TWM !
  12:07pm Frank In Queens:

What kind of donut?! You can’t nit tell us!
Avatar 12:08pm Third World Man:

If you listen to early Queen, you can hear what RTB brought to queen in the vocal production dept.
Avatar 12:09pm Third World Man:

When I was a kid I thought this song was the Stones
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09pm Hughie Considine:

I had a Spanish teacher in high school who was way into his Mobile Fidelity Lab reissue of The Cars and had all of us listen to a particular cymbal hit on "I'm in Touch with Your World." The Cars rewarded that type of listener.
  12:11pm Frank In Queens:

Thank you. I’m not at all surprised by your selection.
  12:12pm battleaxe:

Kenny Vaughn looks at times like Ric Ocasek to me!
Avatar 12:13pm Third World Man:

48 yrs old here and I can just barely hear a 15k tone. onlinetonegenerator.com...
Avatar 12:14pm Ross T.:

And linked to the Modern Lovers by their drummer the Cars were.
Avatar 12:14pm Third World Man:

I can sense it more than I can hear it. damn
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Sid:

Well the hot guitar licks in the Vaughan tune make up for the Kardashian mention!
Avatar 12:16pm Jimmy Wipper:

Uzzle speaks the truth! Run, don’t walk to see Marty Stuart!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18pm Sid:

Interesting generator site 3WM. Gonna have to find out how bad the tinnitus is limiting my frequency response.
Avatar 12:19pm Michael Shelley:

Well the hot guitar licks in the Vaughan tune make up for the Kardashian mention! = YES
Avatar 12:20pm Third World Man:

Sid I have slight tinnitus, and with that site you can find the perfect masking frequency for the tinnitus.
Avatar 12:20pm Third World Man:

do you hear it all the time?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm Sid:

3WM, the tinnitus is always in the background, but my brain can tune it out 99% of the time fortunately.
Avatar 12:24pm Third World Man:

Try working out. Mine disappears completely with 30 minutes of cardio. The pitch becomes a deep hum. That is if it isn't true inner ear damage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:24pm Sid:

My nephew seems to have a more persistent tinnitus issue, so I'll forward the generator site URL to him too.
Avatar 12:25pm Third World Man:

I think my tinnitus is stress related.
Avatar 12:25pm Hoboken Jack:

Hello HP Ken! Michael, thank you for the pleasing tunes this midday.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Sid:

Cardio as a tinnitus reduction agent - interesting; have to try that. Off to the treadmill after the show. I've had some level of tinnitus since I was born, probably genetic.
  12:27pm clarke:

keepin' it REAL on the bass, mon!!
Avatar 12:28pm Third World Man:

If it works the pitch will go down to a bass frequency
Avatar 12:28pm Third World Man:

mine goes down from about 4k to 200hz
Avatar 12:29pm Michael Shelley:

For me - as little headphone time as possible is the key - I had it real bad, and not its gone almost totally away
Avatar 12:30pm Third World Man:

headphones...how about IEMs Michael?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32pm Sid:

Michael - yes, verrry loud LP playing through headphones probably degraded my hearing over time as a youth. I don't use headphones much these days.
Avatar 12:34pm Third World Man:

I run my headphones through Isotope Ozone and cut the loud guitar frequencies ...Pete Townsend said headphones caused his tinnitus.
Avatar 12:35pm Michael Shelley:

assume youve seen this michaelshelley.net...
Avatar 12:35pm Ross T.:

Well we know Dylan liked the Byrds a lot.
  12:35pm Frank In Queens:

Loving this cover/rip-off set.
Avatar 12:35pm jûjû killah:

Dylan said his fave version of 'baby blue' was the elevators.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36pm Hughie Considine:

He was also partial to the Manfred Mann covers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm Sid:

I have seen "Oh No Tinnitus!" Earplugs at the ready at concerts are a must these days.
Avatar 12:39pm Third World Man:

That hits close to home, it was the worst when i first noticed it, then I learned to live with it. But still when it gets bad, usally after some stressful event, the cardio definitely shifts the pitch way down to something pleasant. I will be wearing plugs when I see the stones this fall.
Avatar 12:40pm Third World Man:

too many grateful dead shows in my late teens and 20s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Sid:

Wear a hard hat when you see stones fall! :)
Avatar 12:42pm Third World Man:

LOL. I have never seen them so better now than when they die.
Avatar 12:42pm Third World Man:

Seen Macca a bunch of times.
  12:51pm clarke:

fun stuff, here, SON!!! piece out. peeples!!
  12:52pm clarke:

anyone ever get the feeling they've been......
Avatar 12:53pm CarB:

You love The Muffs
  12:54pm clarke:

who DOESN'T???????
Avatar 12:54pm Third World Man:

Get the Knack was an almost perfect album.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm listener 126464:

one of The Coolies songs for song of summer. Thanks Michael. Get the Knack is on my desert isle list
Avatar 12:55pm Third World Man:

I remember WSHE playing almost every tune on that album.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:55pm Sid:

Got Get The Knack for $4.96 at Korvettes in Westchester.
Avatar 12:56pm Ross T.:

WSHE in South Fla!
Avatar 12:56pm Third World Man:

Davie Florida!
  12:56pm clarke:

Avatar 12:56pm Third World Man:

I hung out at WSHE after school
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm Sid:

"Safe, Sane and Single!" Yes, indeed!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm Sid:

Sum Ting Wong!
Avatar 12:58pm Ross T.:

Yep -- there was a great soul/funk/R&B station just below too -- early mid 70s. Miss great radio -- WFMU notwithstanding!
Avatar 12:58pm Third World Man:

102.7 was the soul station. WSHE was 103.5
Avatar 12:59pm Ross T.:

WCKO maybe?
Avatar 12:59pm Ross T.:

Great era
Avatar 12:59pm Third World Man:

WLVE 93.9 Love 94 Zeta 4 94.9
  12:59pm clarke:

Avatar 12:59pm Third World Man:

Y100 is still 100.7
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