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Options March 15, 2008: Includes an interview with Tony Colton

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Artist Track
Nerves, The  Hangin On The Telephone   Options
Tommy Smith Jr. Trio  Cold Slaw   Options
Jeannie C. Riley  Hush   Options
Hollies, The  Now's The Time   Options
Etta James  Seven Day Fool   Options
Damned, The  Billy Bad Breaks   Options
Litter, The  Legal Matter   Options
Rusty & Doug  I Cheated Too   Options
Allen Toussaint  Java   Options
Sister Rosetta Tharpe  Rock Daniel   Options
Jay Sherman Godfrey  Bad Party   Options
Zombies, The  You Make Me Feel Good   Options
Roger Miller  My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died   Options
Roger Miller  England Swings   Options
Don Covay  The Pinch Hitters   Options
#1 Hit Club Commercial   
Joe Gibbs  Hijacked   Options
Cheap Trick  California Man   Options
Laurie Jay Combo  Teenage Idol   Options
Chet Atkins  Blackjack   Options
Chet Atkins  I Feel Fine   Options
Amy Rigby  Dont Break The Heart   Options
Hueys, The  Coo Coo Over You   Options
Millenium, The  Prelude   Options
Eugene Edwards  Your Own Nightmare   Options
Willie Swanson  Arson Carson   Options
Betty Everett  The Real Thing   Options
Orchestra Harlow  Horsin Up   Options
Incredible Casuals, The  College Girls   Options
King Pins, The  Gotta Get A Good Thing Going   Options
Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant  Comin' On   Options
Tony Colton & His Big Boss Band  I've Laid Some Down In My Time   Options
Tony Colton  Lose My Mind   Options
Head, Hands And Feet  Country Boy   Options
Tony Colton  INTERVIEW   Options
Tony Colton & His Big Boss Band  I Stand Accused   Options
Charles & Inez Fox  Come By Here   Options
William Shatner  Common People   Options
Willard Cele  Penny Whistle Blues   Options
T Bones  Kicks   Options
Marvin Rainwater  So, You Think You've Got Troubles   Options
Dead Milkmen, The  Punk Rock Girl   Options
Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson  Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries   Options
THE DECEDENT ACTIVITY UPDATE with  Phast Phreddie Patterson   Options
Amazing Rhythm Aces  Third Rate Romance   Options
Men, The  Mohair Sam   Options
James Burton & Ralph Mooney  Corn Pickin'   Options
Dave Edmunds  Get Out of Denver   Options
Ray Pennington  Who's Been Mowing My Grass?   Options
Mickey & Sylvia  I Think It's Gonna Work Out Fine   Options
dB's  Big Brown Eyes   Options
Jackson Five  ABC   Options
WPGC 1964  Guys & Dolls Billiards   Options
Mom?  Georgie's Mother's Funeral   Options
Mike  Golf Match   Options
Lauren  Radio Show   Options
Longmont Potion Castle  Harmonica   Options

Listener comments!

  Sat. 3/15/08 10:56am SmokinJ:

Good morning music lovers!
  Sat. 3/15/08 11:08am paul:

Howdy.
  Sat. 3/15/08 11:13am Joe:

Killin' it today Mike. Between "Cold Slaw" and "Arson Carson" you've made my morning twice.
  Sat. 3/15/08 12:00pm SmokinJ:

Great interview...
  Sat. 3/15/08 12:10pm paul:

Is Shatner serious when he does this? Or is he trying to be funny?
I never know.
  Sat. 3/15/08 12:18pm Parq:

Paul, I've watched him do interview about why he does what he does, and if it's possible to imagine, I think it's both. I think he knows that he's over the top, and he knows where it's got him, and he sincerely digs doing it. He's not consciously trying to be funny or serious. He's just being himself.
  Sat. 3/15/08 12:25pm paul:

I thought it was a little of both. But I think when he did those songs in the 60's, he was serious about it. Which, of course, makes them even funnier. Or sadder.
  Sat. 3/15/08 12:47pm JOE:

Hi Mike- That "Get Out of Denver" is originally a Bob Seger song from his early pre-fame days.
  Sat. 3/15/08 12:48pm paul:

Did Ike and Tina also do this song?
  Sat. 3/15/08 2:58pm Joe #2:

Hey joe - Mike is not an idiot, I'm sure he knows "Get Out of Denver" is originally a Bob Seger song. And paul - yes they did.
  Sat. 3/15/08 4:01pm Greg:

Hey that T Bones song 'Kicks' was great -- however, I can't seem to locate any info on them. Any help is certainly appreciated! Love the show! Greg
  Sun. 3/16/08 10:54am Peter:

Any chance to edit the playlist to include "I Stand Accused" immediately after the interview at about 1:59:00?
  Sun. 3/16/08 11:26am Peter:

'Kicks" struck me, too, as possibly being better than the Raiders' version. Dave Marsh's "The Heart of Rock & Soul" hints at the Raiders writing it (p. 320), without saying for sure.....
  Mon. 3/17/08 11:51pm Luigi:

T-Bones had a hit with the Alka-Seltzer jingle. "Kicks" is from the LP "Everyone's Gone to the Moon."
  Tue. 3/18/08 9:07am Howling Rabbit:

I really like the Shatner piece. No kidding.
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