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Country classics, scratchy soul, groovy jazz, Jamaican jukebox, gospel goodies, and assorted rocktastic/poptastic #1 hits! All that and interviews with the world's finest music makers. It's just plain good!
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|Ikettes, The||Sha La La|
|Marianne Faithfull||Can't You Hear My Heartbeat?|
|Frankie Miller||Family Man|
|James Carr||To Love Somebody|
|Daryll-Ann||Desmond Don't Go|
|Floyd Dakil Combo||Bad Boy|
|Freddie Hart||Mama Tried|
|Percy Sledge||Baby Help Me|
|Milton Banana Trio||Ora Bolas|
|Manfred Mann||My Name Is Jack|
|Conway Twitty||Rocky Top|
|WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?||Frank O'Toole left:|
|My Bloody Valentine||Swallow|
|Staple Singers, The||Wish I Had Answered|
|Staple Singers, The||Long Walk To D.C.|
|Alan Moorehouse||Soul Skimming|
|Rockin' Vickers, The||Dandy|
|Flatt & Scruggs||One More Night|
|Young MC||Bust A Move|
|Modern Lovers, The||Modern World|
|Normal Majority, The||In The Kitchen|
|Tennessee Ernie Ford & Hellen O'Connell||Hey Good Lookin'|
|Don Covay||Everything Is Gonna Be Everything|
|Johnny Smith||Walk Don't Run|
|Pastor John Rydgren||The Noise|
|Hot Shots, The & Deke Dickerson||Guitar Battle|
|Richard Berry||Next Time|
|Bobbie Gentry||Ace Insurance Man|
|Outsiders, The||Time Wont Let Me|
|Clymax||Precious & Few|
|Honeycombs, The||Have I The Right?|
|Marty Robbins & Lee Emerson||I'll Know You're Gone|
|Bernie Hayes||Tribute To A Black Woman|
|Matthew Sweet||I've Been Waiting|
|Mel Torme||Comin' Home Baby|
|P.F. Sloan||What Am I Doin' Here?|
|Webb Pierce||Saturday Night|
|Webb Pierce||I Ain't Never|
|Lee Dorsey||Candy Yam|
|Oscar Peterson Trio w/ Clark Terry||Mumbles|
|Oscar Peterson & Count Basie||Jumping At The Woodside|
|Robbins, The||Smokey Joes Cafe|
|THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with||Phast Phreddie Patterson|
|Rahssan Roland Kirk||A Laugh For Rory|
|Harry Harrison||May You Always|
|A MINUTE WITH||Scott Schinder|
|Elton John||Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting|
|?||New Year Bitchin'|
|Tom Snyder & PIL||Tomorrow Show|
Sat. 12/29/07 10:26am
Hi. Writing from Portugal and wondering if there's any chance i can hear that awesome tune from Bobby Vinton called "Blue Velvet". Thanks in advance and have a wonderful holidays.
Sat. 12/29/07 10:47am
greetings from the 90.1...any number fans in the low hud valley, the tom cod are running, so get a half dozen sand worms, tune your car radio to 90.1 and enjoy number one hits while, hittin the omega 3 rich north atlantic tom cod. More conway twitty!!!
Sat. 12/29/07 11:26am
Michael: Did you scare everybody away bro'?
Sat. 12/29/07 11:59am
We like the comments. This is a #1 radio program!
Sat. 12/29/07 12:11pm
Sat. 12/29/07 12:46pm
Dave the Spazz:
Harry Fucking Harrison!
Happy New Year Mr. Shelley
Sat. 12/29/07 12:50pm
Ouch! Elton John!!
Stop, it hurts
Take that, Scott!
Sat. 12/29/07 12:58pm
Listener Amber in Chicago:
"It's unfortunate that we're all out of step except for you. Too bad."
Sat. 12/29/07 10:26pm
Thanks for playing Bernie Hayes. He was a local,St.Louis,Mo. dj, 1960s-70s on KATZ and KWK r&b soul stations.He's still around and a very nice guy.
Sat. 12/29/07 11:51pm
hey mike the manfred cut jars the ol memory cells and thats good .its vino time!hello again heres my best to you if your skies are gray i hope theyre blue.the wait for the interview was well worth it.love hearing these vintage stars from the hey day.remember clay cole show?how about lloyd thaxton show?fuzzy!yes indeed.happy new year! thanks michael! wow thats a#1 precious and few.
Mon. 12/31/07 1:25am
Do you know the Outsider's from Denmark or somewhere in that area? They sound more like early Pink Floyd.
Thu. 1/3/08 2:26pm
Doesn't "Precious and Few" sound a bit like The Association's "Cherish"?
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