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Options February 14, 2015: Valentines Day Special: All Duets!

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Frank Sinatra And Keely Smith  How Are You Fixed For Love?   Options
Marva Whitney and Ellis (Gripey) Taylor  I Need More   Options
Herb & Kay  We Did   Options
Etta James & Harvey Fuqua  We're In Love   Options
Alton & Hortense Ellis  Can't Get Used to Losing You   Options
Muffs, The  I Get It   Options
Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell  Walk Right Back   Options
Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomrey  Something To Brag About   Options
Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell  Something Stupid   Options
Jane Powell & Vic Damone  How Do You Like Your Eggs in the Morning   Options
Richard & Linda Thompson  Wall of Death   Options
Lyme & Cybelle  If You Gotta Go, Go Now   Options
Steve Earle & Lucinda Williams  You're Still Standing There   Options
Bobby Byrd & Anna King  Baby Baby Baby   Options
Three Tops, The w/ Phyllis Dylan  Do It Right   Options
Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby  Do You Remember That? (live at WFMU 12/1/12)   Options
Frank and Nancy Sinatra  Love Is A Trippy Thing   Options
Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton  Why Don't You Haul Off & Love Me?   Options
Peaches & Herb  Love Is Strange   Options
Millie Small & Jackie Edwards  Ooh Ooh   Options
Donnie & Diane  Moon On The Prowl   Options
Joe and Rose Maphis  Hot Time In Nashville Tonight   Options
Mavis Staples & Johnnie Taylor  That's The Way Love Is   Options
Tennessee Ernie Ford & Betty Hutton  This Must Be The Place (not Naive Melody)   Options
Bunky and Jake  You Two   Options
George Jones & Melba Montgomery  Party Pickin   Options
Mickey & Sylvia  It's Gonna Work Out   Options
Ike & Tina Turner  Groovier Across The Line   Options
The Hobart Brothers & Lil' Sis Hobart  Didnt I Love You?   Options
Mitch & Mickey  When You're Next To Me   Options
Robbie Fulks & Kelly Willis  Parallel Bars   Options
Dee & Don  Mr. Fortune Teller   Options
Connie Boswell & Bing Crosby  Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight)   Options
John & Judy  Hideout   Options
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan  Fire Hydrant #79   Options
Angela Alexander & JD Saddler  Don't Make Me Kill You   Options
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan  Ain't Nobody's Business But My Own   Options
Nino Tempo & April Stevens  I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)   Options
Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood  Got It Together   Options
A MINUTE WITH   SCOTT SCHINDER   Options
Sammy Petrillo  Romantic Music   Options
Tom Carvel  Valentines Cakes   Options

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CLICK HERE for Bill Murray on The Howard Stern Show 10/08/14

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CLICK HERE to watch Lou Reed act like a total a-hole

CLICK HERE to watch the BBC Documentary "Squeeze - Take Me I'm Yours" (if you're not too sick)

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CLICK HERE to hear The Odd Couple sing

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CLICK HERE to read or download the liner notes for "More Super Hits of the Seventies"

CLICK HERE for "The Jarmels" "A Little Bit of Soap" - don't think this is the original lead singer - but he does a great job

CLICK HERE for info on Joel Selvin and his book "Here Comes The Night: The Dark Soul Of Bert Berns and the Dirty Business Of Rhythm and Blues"

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CLICK HERE for a good Kirsty MacColl documentary from the BBC

CLICK HERE for Roz Chast's piece “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?”

CLICK HERE for a brief history of the baritone guitar"

CLICK HERE for a two hour documentary about Louis Prima

CLICK HERE for "The Making of 96 Tears"

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CLICK HERE for a weird Tonight Show episode where Jerry Lewis fills in for Johnny, with guest Bob Hope

CLICK HERE for the Jim Keltner Discography

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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.



Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:03am cobradan:

Playing Frank Sinatra is unforgivable.
Avatar    Sat. 2/14/15 11:05am Sem Chumbo:

Hiya, Michael. Duets? Do it!
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:06am glenn:

unforgivable? why?
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:06am Michael Shelley:

yeah, why?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:10am Greg from Bloomfield:

Morning, gang! Sinatra rulez. So do Keely and Etta.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:15am drewo:

Happy VD Michael! Do that duo thing you do.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:17am glenn:

is that a tuba?
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:18am glenn:

pretty awesome.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:19am Slater:

i think Bobbie works in Branson
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:25am glenn:

raul malo and trisha yearwood do a good something stupid. i love the mavericks. a lot.
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:27am SeanG:

wall of death!
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:29am Marc Grobman:

G'morning Michael! This is the first time I've heard that Jane Powell and Vic Damone "How Do You Like Your Eggs in the Morning" tune. What great pop! Cheesey fifties beyond belief, but what precision! Thanks, Marc
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:29am Brian in UK:

Hello Michael. This pink is the colour of the old Island Record singles. Love it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:34am Brian in UK:

I agree about Get On Up. It was vital to see what made JB the force he was. Chadwick Boseman is excellent.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:37am Michael Shelley:

Marc: www.youtube.com...
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:39am SeanG:

arouuuund
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:39am Greg from Bloomfield:

One of the greatest love songs EVER.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:40am glenn:

oh, jimmy dale gilmore and lucinda do a great duet on reunion.
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:41am SeanG:

the opening lick to the song "I Feel Alright" fires me up like nothing else
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:41am Brian in UK:

Steve Earle has split from Alison Moorer. Heck Steve, that's number six. Well seven but one was twice married.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:42am Greg from Bloomfield:

@Sean: YES.
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:42am SeanG:

right on Greg!
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:44am edbert:

Has there ever been a duet with two gay singers? (not that there's anything wrong with that)
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:48am glenn:

huh. maybe shelby lynne will be number eight.
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:49am Marc Grobman:

Mike, will have to wait to see the YouTube clip. Right now I'd rather continue to enjoy listening to a certain radio show! Thanks, Marc
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:50am Michael Shelley:

:)
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:51am Pedro G.:

Duets, at least good ones, seem like a more challenging playlist than heartbreak songs. So good decision, as long as your wife isn't mad at you for not taking her suggestion.

And glad to hear I'm not the only dad who gnaws his teeth whenever the furnace kicks on. Maybe you at least have radiators. Forced air is THE worst invention ever. Literally sending money into the wind.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:51am Dr. Goot:

What a lovely couple!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:52am Stevel:

Hey! Sinatras!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:53am Greg from Bloomfield:

@edbert: Good question! All I can think of is "Peanut Butter" by RuPaul and Big Freedia. Not really a love song though.
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:53am Reid:

Great show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:54am Juke Joint Jonny:

Degenerate drug addict slang in the service of sunshine pop. Ahh, those ironic '60s
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:54am Eric:

the only pot I do is potpourri! whoooohooooooo!!!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 2/14/15 11:55am JakeGould:

Late but here. So hey!
  Sat. 2/14/15 11:55am lloyd michigan:

Edbert, good question. Remember Sandler and Young? Probably not.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 2/14/15 11:57am JakeGould:

Peaches & Herb = Vaginas & Marijuana. Look it up. This is truth.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 11:58am Jimmy Wipper:

Howza 'bout some "Parallel Bars?"
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 11:59am Jeff from Rahway:

This is the perfect V-Day playlist
Avatar    Sat. 2/14/15 11:59am Sem Chumbo:

Diggin' the show x two!
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:01pm Eli:

Lyme and Cybelle! What a great treat! Thanks Michael!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 12:02pm Greg from Bloomfield:

Whole show clicky-starred.
Avatar    Sat. 2/14/15 12:02pm Sem Chumbo:

Herb=Haer Feemster. Wise showbiz move to smooth that one out.
www.quizmasters.biz...
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:03pm lloyd michigan:

Speaking of Lyme and Cybelle, whatever happened to the one who wasn't W. Zevon?
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:04pm P-90:

Hey, waitaminnit, Peaches &Herb were a team, a group, an "act" together, like Tony Orlando and Dawn, or the Everly Brothers. So do any of their records really count as "duets" by this definition?
(any of their Number One Hit records I mean)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 12:04pm Jeff from Rahway:

delightinvite.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 12:06pm Stevel:

P-90: Pretty sure that puts them into the professional duet-ist category.
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:07pm lloyd michigan:

But Tony Orlando and Dawn had three members.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:07pm glenn:

pops has a new album, apparently.
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:09pm lloyd michigan:

Waiting to hear You're So Vain by Randall & Klugman. A #1 hit.
Avatar    Sat. 2/14/15 12:11pm Sem Chumbo:

Man, don't hear Betty Hutton much.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:13pm Michael Shelley:

Sem -she's one of my favorite singers!
Avatar    Sat. 2/14/15 12:15pm Sem Chumbo:

Ah, Annie Get Your Gun was pretty great.
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:17pm Joe B:

Hey Michael! show sounding great!
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:29pm Mark Rosen:

Loved the Gunther Toody reference. When you mentioned Joe E Ross, I said to my wife, this song is gonna be called "Ooh, Ooh."
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:30pm Michael Shelley:

Glad somebody got it
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:30pm glenn:

jimmy wipper called it.
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:30pm Mike:

Newark airport just added a bunch of new restaurants in terminal C. Really quality in my opinion. No McDonald's!
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:31pm Michael Shelley:

I'm headed to C - will check into it!
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:31pm Mark Rosen:

And a minute later, I told her, "I bet he's gonna play Parallel Bars. You're easy
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:32pm Jimmy Wipper:

I got ya' on the trace!
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:33pm Michael Shelley:

Like Sunday morning
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:34pm GZ3:

Could you play "Hey boy! Hey girl!" By Louis prima?
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:39pm ?:

Well, it MIGHT be alluding ONLY to the bird called the bob white or bobwhite, rather than a person named Robert White, but odds are it is indeed intended as a double reference.
Avatar    Sat. 2/14/15 12:44pm Sem Chumbo:

Make you"Funky Chicken" til you're dead.
This is a recipe I could, hypothetically, use.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 12:49pm ChrisB.:

Today's show has been grand, Michael. I'll be revisiting this one in archives.
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:50pm lloyd michigan:

No Johnny & June??
Avatar Sat. 2/14/15 12:53pm Michael Shelley:

I brought it, but didnt get to it... next time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 12:54pm Greg from Bloomfield:

Michael, this show was goddam AMAZING. Thanks!
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:55pm lloyd michigan:

Fair enough. :)
  Sat. 2/14/15 12:57pm Robert:

Sorry I left my name off before. I'm led to the conclusion from some research that "Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?" was not originally from any film, but just stood alone. Whatever its hidden meaning is, it's probably pretty dirty.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 2/14/15 12:57pm Jeff from Rahway:

When I think about love, Tom Carvel comes to mind.
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