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The Beach Boys  Here Today (mono)   Options    
Herman's Hermits  No Milk Today (mono)   Options    
Barry Ryan  Today   Options    
 
The Beatles  Things We Said Today (mono)   Options    
The Everly Brothers  You're Just What I Was Looking For Today   Options    
Five Steps Beyond  Not So Young Today   Options    
Buffalo Springfield  No Sun Today   Options    
The Gosdin Brothers  I'll Live Today   Options    
The Easybeats  Today   Options    
 
The Knack  No Show Today   Options    
 
The Tikis  Lost My Love Today (Warner 5828)   Options    
The Swinging Blue Jeans  What Can I Do Today   Options    
The Chances  That Girl (Isn't Coming Today)   Options    
 
Bergen White  She Is Today   Options    
 
Paul & Barry Ryan  Pictures Of Today   Options    
Living Daylights  Let's Live For Today   Options    
 
John Fred And His Playboy Band  No Letter Today   Options    
 
Lesley Gore  On A Day Like Today (mono 45)   Options    
Festival  Today   Options    
 
J.C. Cole  I Found Me Today   Options    
John Carter  A Year Ago Today   Options    
 


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Avatar 7:58pm Orange Peel:

welcome, my friends
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:59pm Eric R:

glad to be here, OP!
Avatar 8:00pm Orange Peel:

Thank you, Sir Eric
Avatar 8:00pm sw2442:

Hi again OP...and hello to all here...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:00pm Eric R:

hi sw!
Avatar 8:01pm Woo:

What a song. Here Today.
Avatar 8:02pm WLSClark:

Here Today is just so great, isn't it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:02pm Eric R:

woo! This must be from Pet Sounds which has never grabbed me although this one is terrific.
Avatar 8:02pm sw2442:

You can NEVER go wrong with something from Pet Sounds...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:03pm Eric R:

hey WLS!
Avatar 8:04pm MOM WHIG:

Hey all - OP, Eric, sw2442, Woo, WLS - the whole GANG IS HERE!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:05pm Eric R:

hey Mom!
Avatar 8:05pm WLSClark:

Eric, Mom, sw2442--let's party. No milk, no problem.
Avatar 8:05pm MOM WHIG:

Eric luv this Hermit's song
Avatar 8:05pm MOM WHIG:

WLS got my cold coke!
Avatar 8:05pm Woo:

It's the bells
Avatar 8:05pm sw2442:

Great song...but still probably the saddest song Herman's Hermits ever recorded.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm Eric R:

it's the song
Avatar 8:06pm MOM WHIG:

Last show was Tomorrow - and we are doing Today!
Avatar 8:07pm Woo:

I have Eloise by Barry Ryan on a 45. Nice to hear something else. Love his voice.
Avatar 8:08pm MOM WHIG:

Wow - we are having a super sunset -- orange ball of fire
Avatar 8:08pm WLSClark:

Mom, have you tried the new macdonalds Frozen Coke? Good stuff slushy. They act like its a new thing. TRY 1970!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:08pm Eric R:

sometimes I think of asking technical questions, like why did they have the big chorus?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09pm Eric R:

great work here on rhythm guitar
Avatar 8:09pm WLSClark:

I always thought "If this was the only 45 they put out, it would be a hit"
Avatar 8:10pm Woo:

MOM WHIG, as Tommy James sang, there's a ball of fire in the sky.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:11pm Eric R:

and that tambourine at the end!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm Eric R:

is Don still with us?
Avatar 8:13pm Orange Peel:

Yes, Sir Don is still very much among us
Avatar 8:13pm MOM WHIG:

Yes for Don he is 84
Avatar 8:13pm SF Sorrow:

Good Evening Sir Orange Peel! Hello Eric, sw2442, Woo, WLS Clarke, MW! That Herman's tune is a classic
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:13pm Eric R:

thanks all. Hey SFS!
Avatar 8:14pm MOM WHIG:

Phil 2014
Avatar 8:14pm MOM WHIG:

SFS is back - hey :)
Avatar 8:14pm Orange Peel:

Good day, Private Sorrow
Avatar 8:15pm MOM WHIG:

WLS - have not been to Mickey Dee's in 30 years - I have food allergies - o, I cant go there. But frozen coke slushie sounds good!
Avatar 8:17pm WLSClark:

SFS!
Mom, we got frozen cokes and qtr lber meal--19.50! Can you believe a meal for 2 from Maco's cost $20???
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm Eric R:

wow...such a good song that Buffalo Springfield didn't release.
Avatar 8:19pm MOM WHIG:

Eric - yes to the Buffalo song - can't believe it either.
  8:20pm uptown jen:

Hi, all!
Avatar 8:21pm MOM WHIG:

jen you made it here - great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:22pm Eric R:

hi Jen!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:23pm Eric R:

stinging guitar!
Avatar 8:23pm SF Sorrow:

Good evening uptown jen!
Avatar 8:24pm SF Sorrow:

WLS, that same feed bag only use to ruin 10 bucks! Crazy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:24pm Eric R:

I remember White Castle, 8 hamburgers for a dollar
Avatar 8:25pm MOM WHIG:

Eric - me too - I used to go there in 1965 (DC) my first job for CIA
Avatar 8:26pm SF Sorrow:

True Eric, only you must consider they were sliders the size of a silver dollar!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:26pm Eric R:

true, SFS!
Avatar 8:26pm MOM WHIG:

SF when $1.00 got you something
Avatar 8:27pm SF Sorrow:

Indeed! 8 sliders!
Avatar 8:28pm SF Sorrow:

100 pieces of candy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:28pm Eric R:

bubblegum!
Avatar 8:28pm WLSClark:

Remember watching for the Maco's sign to change to 27...55...90 million hamburgers sold?
Avatar 8:30pm MOM WHIG:

There are still 377 White Castle outlets
Avatar 8:30pm WLSClark:

A nickel could get a pack of baseball (Beatles too) cards with bubblegum inside OR if you didn't have enough, a penney might get a Beatles pin in those turn crank things at front of stores....or just get some Pixi stix
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm Eric R:

my first disillusion with the capitalist system happened when Superman comics (well, all of them) went from 10 cts to 12 cts
Avatar 8:31pm MOM WHIG:

WLS I remember the same thing for McDonald's here in VA. The golden arches. The burgers were 15 cents, cheese burgers 20 cents, fries 15 cents
Avatar 8:31pm SF Sorrow:

Pixi Stix's every day!
Avatar 8:32pm MOM WHIG:

I still have my Beatle Bubblegum cards (minus the gum)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:32pm Eric R:

me too, Mom.
Avatar 8:32pm WLSClark:

I do too over 200, but they are sold to Gaylord now.
Avatar 8:32pm MOM WHIG:

SF - loved pixie sticks
Avatar 8:33pm MOM WHIG:

Eric - got one in my hand now - a few in my desk drawer here.
Avatar 8:33pm sw2442:

I love the conversations about 8 burgers for $1...being born in late '69, I'm amazed how affordable things were then...5 cents for Beatles or baseball cards!?!? I pay $2-3 now for packs...I was born to late...
Avatar 8:34pm MOM WHIG:

sw2442 - but still 69 was a great year for music -- so you can appreciate it now when you are older.
Avatar 8:34pm WLSClark:

sw2442, Rubber Soul was a mere 3.98 when it came out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm Eric R:

I'll go grab one, Mom...be right back
Avatar 8:34pm Woo:

My friends and I would find bottles on the ground then take them to a store and get a few cents which we would then spend on baseball cards and candy. We learned about money.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:35pm Eric R:

3rd series, card #116. The Beatles bowing after their set.
Avatar 8:35pm MOM WHIG:

Woo, I used to to the same looking for bottles since I was ten - they were building new homes in my area and also doing a new road -- the best were "the wooden crates" from coke - that would be $5.00
Avatar 8:36pm WLSClark:

Woo, you got it! What was expensive then--and now? Well Billboard was 50 cents in 1965 and $20 a year. THAT was big money. Record Beat was only 25, Hit Parader, etc 35 at most, but Billboard was expensive.
Avatar 8:37pm WLSClark:

Eric, send your want list to gaylord. Haha.
I can actually check and see if I have what you need, but they belong to him now.
Avatar 8:37pm MOM WHIG:

Eric - I have #4, 8, 10, 12, 27,30,31,38,42,57,63, and 64. Not sure what series though
Avatar 8:37pm MOM WHIG:

Love this Live for Today - Grass Roots tune
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm Gaylord Fields:

@WLSClark @Eric R: Good idea!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm Eric R:

I've got the rest in a trunk somewhere. Many of those were taken in 1963, at least the first set.
Avatar 8:38pm MOM WHIG:

WLS I sent Gaylord a few when I sent him cookies a while back.
Avatar 8:39pm SF Sorrow:

This Grass Roots is their best!
An Anthem of the 60's!
Avatar 8:39pm WLSClark:

Kip Brown collects them too.
Avatar 8:39pm sw2442:

MOM WHIG...absolutely...I always say my parents were lucky to be around when all this great music originally came out.
WLSClark...3.98 for the mono...and 4.98 for the stereo...even more for the 4 or 8-track...and now Billboard costs about $8.99 or $9.99 an issue!...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:39pm Gaylord Fields:

@Mom Whig: Those cards are precious to me because they came from you!
Avatar 8:39pm MOM WHIG:

SF I agree The Grass Roots is definitely the BEST!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:39pm Eric R:

sw, it was shocking when LPs went to gasp $9.99!
Avatar 8:40pm MOM WHIG:

Gaylord - you heard us talking - were your ears burning!!! But thanks
Avatar 8:40pm SF Sorrow:

Hello Sir Gaylord!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm Eric R:

I think I bought 'The Beatles Second Album' in mono for $1.99 at a store called Korvette's. Stereo would have been $2.99 and now I know it was fake stereo so I made the right choice.
  8:41pm David in California:

On the other hand, minimum wage in 1965 was $1.25, so a dollar was harder to come by.
Avatar 8:41pm MOM WHIG:

David in CA - welcome here
Avatar 8:41pm WLSClark:

Eric, as a 45 guy, what hit me was when I first paid 1.09 for a 45! "Free Ride" by Edgar Winter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42pm Eric R:

that's the thing, David. I have a pay stub from 1976. 71 1/2 hours, $114 net.
Avatar 8:42pm MOM WHIG:

Eric we had Korvette's here too
Avatar 8:42pm WLSClark:

david, it was $1.25 in 1973 when I first started in work force.
Avatar 8:43pm MOM WHIG:

In 1967 I got $2.00/hr from State Farm Ins Company.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:43pm Eric R:

on the other hand, 8 burgers for a buck! 5 cts for beatle cards!
Avatar 8:43pm WLSClark:

Mom, those big cities had so many stores that could have sales for prices I never saw in Dodge City
Avatar 8:43pm MOM WHIG:

Eric - GOOD TIMES!
Avatar 8:44pm WLSClark:

We are SOOOO lucky we grew up when we did--even with riots and war. The music pulled us thru,
  8:45pm David in California:

Thank you, Mom Whig.
You and Eric and Clark know what I mean.
Avatar 8:45pm MOM WHIG:

WLS and the MUSIC continues for us all here the 60's rule!
Avatar 8:46pm SF Sorrow:

Did you have to "Get out of Dodge" WLS? or are you still there?
Avatar 8:47pm WLSClark:

Mom, that was what was cool about working with Bob Irwin starting in 1990 and Sundazed. It was like returning to childhood while working a daily grind job.
Avatar 8:47pm sw2442:

Eric R....I know...and new vinyl, which is usually just overcompressed digital masters, cost anywhere from $20-40!!!...ridiculous...
David in California...hi...my Dad tells me about working for a buck twenty five an hour delivering chicken, but, he liked having a job...
WLSClark...I can remember buying 45's for $1.29...and cheaper for oldies and cut-outs...
MOM WHIG...absolutely...those were good times...
...and hi Gaylord...
Avatar 8:48pm WLSClark:

SF, my school teacher my first year in Lincoln (1971 high school) asked me why I left Dodge, I said "The marshall gave me till noon to get out of town."
Avatar 8:49pm SF Sorrow:

Nice!!!
Avatar 8:49pm MOM WHIG:

OP thanks for letting us into you show today - always amazing selections!
Avatar 8:49pm WLSClark:

sw, even the new CDs are brickwalled badly. The 1980's ones are actually BETTER at times, altho many were vinyl transfers too.
Avatar 8:49pm SF Sorrow:

Did you shoot up the town before you left?
Avatar 8:49pm MOM WHIG:

See you all for BPN next
Avatar 8:50pm WLSClark:

Great music to chat by. Over to BPN!
  8:51pm David in California:

Hi sw2442. I get what you're saying. I'm just concerned that sometimes discussions of the past lack context.
Avatar 8:51pm MOM WHIG:

See you soon David in CA
Avatar 8:51pm sw2442:

Thanks for a great "today" show...today Orange Peel...see everyone next week I hope...
  8:53pm uptown jen:

Thanks for “today” and “tomorrow,” Sir Peel.
Avatar 8:54pm DA the DJ:

Thanks everyone!
Avatar 8:56pm SF Sorrow:

Thanks OP! Great tunes!
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