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Andrew Sandoval's Come To The Sunshine is the home of the bah bah bah's and the la la la's. Each week he ushers you into his record room for a two-hour tour of scintillating 1960's sounds by a stunning array of no-hit wonders. Hear beat, psych, folk-rock, garage, soft pop, baroque, singer-songwriters and so much more (mostly in MONO).

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Options November 12, 2018: John Carter talks about making music in the 1960s

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Artist Track Label Year Format Approx. start time
Carter-Lewis and The Southerners  Sweet And Tender Romance   Options Oriole UK  1963  45  0:00:00 ()
Tony Jackson with the Vibrations  That's What I Want   Options Pye (U.K.)  1965  45  0:10:14 ()
Liverpool Five  That's What I Want   Options RCA Victor  1965  45  0:11:13 ()
The Marauders  That's What I Want   Options Decca UK  1963  45  0:11:54 ()
The Candlelight  That's What I Want   Options CBS (UK)  1967  45  0:12:40 ()
The Ivy League  What More Do You Want   Options Piccadilly UK  1964  45  0:17:25 ()
The Ivy League  I Can't Let You Go   Options Emidisc  1964  45  0:22:05 ()
Herman's Hermits  Can't You Hear My Heartbeat   Options Columbia UK  1965  45  0:25:38 ()
The Ivy League  Funny How Love Can Be   Options Piccadilly UK  1965  45  0:30:13 ()
Danny Hutton  Funny How Love Can Be   Options MGM  1966  45  0:32:46 ()
The Who  I Can't Explain   Options Brunswick UK  1965  45  0:35:41 ()
The Ivy League  Tossing And Turning   Options Piccadilly UK  1965  45  0:39:24 ()
P.J. Proby  Sweet And Tender Romance   Options Decca UK  1964  45  0:42:56 ()
Jet Harris  Big Bad Bass   Options Decca UK  1964  45  0:45:23 ()
Viv Prince with The Carter Kennedy Orchestra  Light Of The Charge Brigade   Options Columbia UK  1966  45  0:46:50 ()
The New Vaudeville Band  Winchester Cathedral   Options Fontana UK  1966  45  0:50:01 ()
Manfred Mann  Semi-Detached, Suburban Mr. James   Options Fontana UK  1966  45  0:54:53 ()
The Ivy League  My World Fell Down   Options Piccadilly UK  1966  45  0:59:03 ()
Sagittarius  My World Fell Down   Options Columbia  1967  45  1:03:02 ()
The Ivy League  Four And Twenty Hours   Options Piccadilly UK  1967  45  1:06:15 ()
The Little Darlings  Easy To Cry   Options Fontana UK  1965  45  1:11:55 ()
The Music Explosion  Little Bit O' Soul   Options Laurie  1967  45  1:14:19 ()
Peter And Gordon  Sunday For Tea   Options Columbia UK  1967  45  1:17:35 ()
Freddie And The Dreamers  Brown & Porters (Meat Exporters) Lorry   Options Columbia UK  1967  45  1:20:39 ()
The Flower Pot Men  Let's Go To San Francisco (Part 1)   Options Deram UK  1967  45  1:24:32 ()
The Haystack  Pantomime People   Options United Artists (UK)  1969  45  1:32:40 ()
The Crackerjack Society  Walk In The Sky   Options Columbia  1968  45  1:36:18 ()
Herman's Hermits  Sleepy Joe   Options Columbia UK  1968  45  1:40:12 ()
The Fruit Machine  The Wall   Options American Music Makers  1969  45  1:43:11 ()
The Californians  The Cooks Of Cake And Kindness   Options Fontana UK  1969  45  1:46:55 ()
Herman's Hermits  My Sentimental Friend   Options Columbia UK  1969  45  1:50:31 ()
John Carter  Sunshine Girl (demo)   Options     Other  1:56:54 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 5:55pm cometothesunshine:

welcome!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 5:57pm mce1965:

Happy to be here!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 5:59pm cometothesunshine:

It is a rock and roll miracle
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:00pm mce1965:

So true
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 6:01pm Woof:

Hello Andrew! Hello Everyone!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:02pm cometothesunshine:

welcome woof!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:02pm cometothesunshine:

where's Peter?
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 6:02pm Woof:

LOL!
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:03pm uptownjen:

Hi, all! Greetings from cold and gray Chicago. Excited to bask in the sunshine with all of you.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:04pm cometothesunshine:

welcome jen!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:06pm cometothesunshine:

exciting show for me - fun to talk with a songwriter that I have admired for 30 + years.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:12pm mce1965:

The consistency of his writing is just stunning
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:15pm cometothesunshine:

yeah, and it becomes more apparent throughout the show - even with other collaborators
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:19pm robert:

Are you going to play "He's in Town" by the Ivy League?
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:20pm cometothesunshine:

I am surprised by all of the bass and reverb on this record.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:21pm cometothesunshine:

Robert - I think that is the Rockin' Berries
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:23pm Babinga:

Hey now!
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:23pm robert:

I am probably jumping the gun, but could you ask about writing Incense and Peppermints by SAC.
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:24pm robert:

The Ivy League did a version of He's In Town also
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:24pm mce1965:

Different John Carter
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:26pm uptownjen:

That “I Can’t Let You Go” knocks me out!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:27pm cometothesunshine:

uptown jen - it appears on a demos CD too!
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:27pm uptownjen:

Did it ever make it beyond an acetate?
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:28pm cometothesunshine:

yup - see above
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:32pm robert:

I think I got confused about He's in Town. Funny How Love Can be was also done by the Rockin Berries
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:33pm robert:

How did the Rockin' Berries come to record it also?
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 6:33pm Richard.Whig:

digging the discussion and tunes!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:33pm cometothesunshine:

There is a different US songwriter called John Carter, he wrote for the Rainy Daze & Strawberry Alarm Clock
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:34pm cometothesunshine:

Robert - If you listen to the show, there was a song plugger from Southern Music who actively solicited cover versions.
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:34pm robert:

The Danny Hutton version would have worked in the 80s maybe a SKA'd version
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:36pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks Richard!
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:36pm uptownjen:

Whoa. I’m learning a TON today.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:38pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Jen!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:44pm cometothesunshine:

crazy guitar solo
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:51pm cometothesunshine:

I love John's crazy progression through all of these 45s
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 6:51pm Mailman Tom:

I never tire of listening to Winchester Cathedral!
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:52pm uptownjen:

This guy is incredible! He’s all over my record collection, and I either never knew it or forgot that I did. I’m floored.
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:52pm uptownjen:

I’m with you, Tom. I love it.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:53pm cometothesunshine:

He was also charming, nice and gave me a lift back to the train station!
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 6:53pm Richard.Whig:

Viv Prince "Charge of the Light Brigade" = the unexpected point where the paths of the Ivy League and Pretties intersect!
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:54pm Babinga:

wow
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:54pm cometothesunshine:

Yes, and singing backing for The Who - many interesting cross overs
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:55pm uptownjen:

That Coke commercial was on a tape I used to check out of the library all of the time as a kid. So happy to be reminded of it.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 6:56pm cometothesunshine:

This is where the Mellotron begins to appear on every John Carter record
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:57pm uptownjen:

This is one of those shows that reminds me of what a treasure you are, Andrew! Thankyouthankyouthankyou!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/12/18 6:58pm Steeley Chris:

was he friends with Mike Pinder of The Moody Blues, a champion of the Mellotron?
  Mon. 11/12/18 6:59pm Tosh Berman:

Geoff Stevens wrote "Crying Game," right?
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:00pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Jen!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:01pm cometothesunshine:

Yes, Geoff Stephens wrote the Crying Game
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:01pm cometothesunshine:

My World Fell Down is really one of the most breath taking songs I have ever heard. Shows John's great gift for melody.
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:03pm Babinga:

hadn't heard that, but familiar with the Sagittarius version
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:05pm cometothesunshine:

Uptown Jen - once we are gone, so are our stories - was so important to get John on tape.
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:09pm uptownjen:

I wholeheartedly agree, Andrew.
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:11pm Babinga:

nice interview
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 7:12pm Richard.Whig:

yeah! a little raunch!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/12/18 7:12pm Gaylord Fields:

I got home just in time to hear the concluding hour of this John Carter show. As someone once said, all's well that ends well.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:13pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks for joining us, Gaylord!
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 7:16pm Mailman Tom:

"Little Bit of Soul" was a big hit at my Junior High School. They played it at the Sock Hops!
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:17pm Babinga:

Kasenetz-Katz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/12/18 7:18pm Gaylord Fields:

My pleasure, Andrew! I'm happy to hear you give John Carter the stage.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:19pm cometothesunshine:

It was a long time coming and well overdue
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:22pm robert:

Funny, I thought Sunday for Tea would have made a good Freddie and the Dreamers tune!.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:26pm cometothesunshine:

I was so relieved that this whole epic show fit neatly into two hours.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:28pm cometothesunshine:

Definitely the the home of the bah bah bah's and the la la la's today/tonight
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:29pm mce1965:

Just the way it should be
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:29pm cometothesunshine:

And 100% MONO today too
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:36pm robert:

Pantomine People sounds like the Beach Boys
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:52pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks everyone for joining for a few hours of music and my trip to London. Take care and enjoy your week. See you all soon.
Avatar 🎃 Mon. 11/12/18 7:53pm Woof:

Thank you, Andrew!! Such a fantastic show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/12/18 7:53pm myron feld:

A really great show, Andrew! Thanks!
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:53pm cometothesunshine:

You are very welcome, woof!
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:53pm robert:

Great show. Had no idea John Carter had written so many great songs.
Avatar Mon. 11/12/18 7:55pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Myron & Robert!
  Mon. 11/12/18 7:56pm Babinga:

awesome thanks Andrew
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/12/18 9:19pm Steeley Chris:

Did I miss the part where his birth name is John Nicholas Shakespeare?! What a name! Great show!
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