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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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Favoriting July 18, 2022: Featuring the Casuals!

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R. Black And The Rocking V's  Sugar Train   Favoriting   Sunshine (Australia)  1968  45 
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The Guise (And Their Mod Sound)  Long Hard Music   Favoriting   Musicland U.S.A  1966  45 
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Tommy Sands  Candy Store Prophet   Favoriting   Imperial  1967  45 
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The Birdwatchers  I'm Gonna Do It To You   Favoriting   Mala  1966  45 
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Bob Lind  Goodtime Special   Favoriting   World Pacific  1967  45 
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The Royal Guardsmen  Leaving Me   Favoriting   Laurie  1966  45 
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The Hard Times  Goodbye   Favoriting   World Pacific  1966  45 
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Chapter III  Not Your Man   Favoriting   Festival (Australia)  1966  45 
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Teddy And The Pandas  (Bye Bye) Out The Window   Favoriting   Musicor  1966  45 
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M.P.D. Limited  Paper Doll   Favoriting   Go!! (Australia)  1967  45 
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Gordon Lightfoot  Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues   Favoriting   United Artists  1965  45 
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Sundae  The Dawn And My Love   Favoriting   Laurie  1969  45 
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The Gibsons  You Know I Need Your Loving   Favoriting   Deram  1967  45 
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The March Hare  I Could Make It There With You   Favoriting   Deram (UK)  1969  45 
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The Charter Members  All The World's Kings   Favoriting   Brite Leaf  1968  45 
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The HiFis  The London Look   Favoriting   Decca (Germany)  1968  45 
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Don Scardino  Too Many Questions   Favoriting   Kapp  1968  45 
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Tom Dawes  Elusive (A Fragrance Ballad)   Favoriting   Eva-Tone  1969  Flexi 
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Chad Mitchell  Bus Song   Favoriting   Amy  1969  45 
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Joe Cocker  Marjorine   Favoriting   A&M  1968  45 
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The Casuals  Jesamine   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Toyland   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Never My Love   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Now You Can Be   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Daddy's Song   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Hello It's Me   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Someday Man   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Touched   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Weather Vane   Favoriting Hour World [MONO]  Decca (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Casuals  Toy   Favoriting   Decca (UK)  1968  45 
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The Casuals  Caroline   Favoriting   Decca (UK)  1969  45 
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The Casuals  Naughty Boy   Favoriting   Decca (UK)  1969  45 
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The Casuals  Tara Tiger Girl   Favoriting   Parlophone (UK)  1972  45 
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The Casuals  Sorrow   Favoriting Gino Paoli And The Casuals  CBS (Italy)  1967  LP 
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The Casuals  Non E' Il Violino (Now You Can Be)   Favoriting   Joker  1969  45 
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The Casuals  Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James   Favoriting Gino Paoli And The Casuals  CBS (Italy)  1967  LP 
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The Casuals  Tomorrow Tomorrow   Favoriting   Joker  1969  45 
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The Casuals  Good Times   Favoriting Pop Extra 440  BBC Transcription Service  1973      1:58:19 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

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MOM WHIG:

Good to be here Andrew
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WLSClark:

Andrew, Sir Peel got us all in a "GOOD" mood!!
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MOM WHIG:

Hi again WLS
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cometothesunshine:

Hello - the show will begin in just a few minutes - Welcome!
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sw2442:

Hola again Mom and WLSClark...
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WLSClark:

Mom, sw2442, Andrew!!
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sw2442:

Hi Andrew...great to have you back...
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hi folks, looking forward to a great show and some well-deserved appreciation for the Casuals, a deeply undervalued group!
Avatar 5:59pm
sw2442:

Hi Brinley...
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MOM WHIG:

sw2442 - hey there again
hey there BritishInvasionBrinley
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hey SW and Mom !
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cometothesunshine:

Well I hope everyone likes today's selections. Many weeks in the making!
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MOM WHIG:

Welcome back Andrew - we missed you
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Mom Whig!
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Erica:

Hi Andrew! Welcome back on this hot Monday.
  6:01pm
Dennis:

Aloha Andrew!
  6:01pm
uptownjen:

Yay, Andrew! Glad to have you back in the 🌞!❤️
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Aitch:

Good morning all
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MOM WHIG:

More coming into the Sunshine now - Erica, Dennis, uptownjen
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MOM WHIG:

G'Day Aitch welcome
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Woo:

It's sunny in Chicago. Hey everybody. Royal Guardsmen was my 2nd 45 (Snoopy vs Red Baron). I'm a Believer was my 1st. Picture cover.
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, DK, Jen, Brinley, Aitch, Clark, SW, Woo!
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MOM WHIG:

Woo - good choices at such was your AGE back then!
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cometothesunshine:

Australia definitely had the right idea with their labels
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WLSClark:

Woo, so YOU are the one who caused Kind of a Drag to not reach #1 on WLS!!!!
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Woo:

MOM WHIG I think the 3rd may have been Strawberry Fields/Penny Lane. What a time.
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WLSClark:

Andrew, GOOD POINT!
  6:05pm
Dennis:

Hey, we’re gettin’ some CULTURE here!
  6:05pm
Dennis:

KEWL
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, we've gone respectable.
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WLSClark:

"Guise (and their Mod Sound)"
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WLSClark:

As if Ed Sullivan wrote this!
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Woo:

@WLSClark, I have Kind of a Drag on a radio station comp that sounds like it was made with 5th generation versions. Basically a bootleg but some great songs. Starts w/ Wipe Out
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cometothesunshine:

Very Mod indeed
  6:07pm
CalZone!:

Dump that Long Haired Music square, fella!
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cometothesunshine:

Before his ex-wife Nancy went to Sugar Town, Tommy Sands was the Candy Store Prophet.
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MOM WHIG:

Hi there CalZone!
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, CalZone!
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WLSClark:

Woo, most of those LPs did not have good sound--sqeezed the grooves too tight.
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MOM WHIG:

Wow Tommy Sands - I haven't though of him in decades - he's still here at age 84
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Beantown Doug:

Not a song I'd have expected from Tommy Sands.
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cometothesunshine:

That's what we do here at Come To The Sunshine
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

This is welcome. We’ve been having some Birdwatchers discussions at the Whig Wam lately!
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Woo:

@WLSClark, sometimes I put those LPs on just to hear the crappy sound. Maybe it reminds me of transistor radios.
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cometothesunshine:

Wonderful, GGGG!
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MOM WHIG:

GGGG Happy Monday to you
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MOM WHIG:

Hi there Beantown Doug
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Hi MW, 👋
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Beantown Doug:

Hello, Mom Whig.
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cometothesunshine:

Not many people having Bob Lind discussions - but I am ready to start - this is a great record.
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WLSClark:

Lets HEAR some montanas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Aitch:

We never had singles/45s with the big hole down here
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Beantown Doug:

I have Bob Lind's "Don't Be Concerned" album.
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cometothesunshine:

Aitch - every single can be ruined to be a big hole single.
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cometothesunshine:

Picked this up for 99 cents~
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Aitch:

You'd see the big hole knocked out on Jukebox singles, but otherwise not a thing.
My turntable has an adapter, but I've never used it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:18pm
Woo:

Nice one Andrew! I would never guess this is the RG
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WLSClark:

Barry could fuzz out as well as Snoopy!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

This is definitely a gem!
  6:19pm
uptownjen:

Yeah, I dig this!
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cometothesunshine:

This was their pre-Snoopy release
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cometothesunshine:

This whole set has things you might all like!
  6:20pm
uptownjen:

I liked the Bob Lind, too.
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cometothesunshine:

Yeah - I am investigating a Bob Lind spotlight - Jen
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cometothesunshine:

This one by Chapter III sounds great.
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cometothesunshine:

Found this at Permanent Records on Friday
  6:27pm
uptownjen:

I’m all for it, Andrew.
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cometothesunshine:

M.P.D. Ltd had so many good records!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

This one has some great production - and very punchy!
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Woo:

You can sing this song with the verses in any order.
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cometothesunshine:

An unusual record all around - but liked by me for those reasons
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cometothesunshine:

I found this one - Sundae - at the Attic last year - both sides are great
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Erica:

Sounds like Little Anthony and the Imperials doesn't it?
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cometothesunshine:

Erica - it definitely sounds like a few vocal groups, but certainly unique
  6:39pm
Dennis:

Another great show here, Andrew!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Love the orchestration and production that most Deram releases had - a great sound and roster of artists.
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, DK! I sweated over the single selection.
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cometothesunshine:

I agree, BIB
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Double dose of Deram 45s!? Fantastic!!
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cometothesunshine:

Yep - just my luck to get two Derams in the space of 2 weeks.
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

That's great!
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cometothesunshine:

I played the other side of this 45, 93 shows ago!
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cometothesunshine:

This one is for you, Jen!
  6:50pm
uptownjen:

Yay! I was just gonna say I love this song, and this is a great version. Thanks, Andrew.😘
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

You found some great records!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Never heard this version before, but it is wonderful!
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Glynis!
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cometothesunshine:

I still have boxes to go through of things I played one side of ten years ago.
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cometothesunshine:

So glad you liked it, Brinley!
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MOM WHIG:

Andrew - Sounds like me with the boxes - just looked under my bed at containers full of LP's.
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cometothesunshine:

Mom Whig, never enough time to listen to records (or make shows).
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cometothesunshine:

For my friend, Tom - also in my musical heart.
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Erica:

So much great songs to choose from.
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cometothesunshine:

Some serious Joe Osborn bass
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Must Pay Ron Ryan:

Written by the wonderful and associative Terry Kirkman!
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cometothesunshine:

Sounds like a Hal, Joe, Larry track - Ron Ryan
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MOM WHIG:

Must Pay Ron Ryan - hi there
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MOM WHIG:

Is this Chad Mitchell of Chad Mitchell Trio Fame?
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, same Chad Mitchell
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MOM WHIG:

I still have a couple of Trio LP's - used to go see them here in DC area back in the mid-60's
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Ciggy:

Welcome to thunderstorms in the NYC area!
  7:02pm
Gerry from Miami:

Howdy to MOM WHIG! Good to see an Andrew Sandoval show with a live comment board and label photos. But especially great to have Andrew himself, live on the air!
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MOM WHIG:

Gerry from Miami - glad you made it here
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johnyoung1234:

Hi all and Andrew. It's been a while since I've been here and it's nice to be back.
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you John and Gerry!
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Ciggy:

Hi Andrew
Hi MOM WHIG
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, Ciggy
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MOM WHIG:

good to see you again johnyoung1234 & hey there Ciggy
  7:05pm
Gerry from Miami:

Wasn't John Denver an early member of the Chad Mitchell Trio?
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cometothesunshine:

yes, he was, Gerry
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Looking forward to this Casuals segment - between some of their great covers (such as their cool 'Massachusetts') and their own great tracks!
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cometothesunshine:

Pretty positive you will hear something unique, Brinley
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WLSClark:

Never heard this version, but have the Shannon US 45 of the song
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cometothesunshine:

It was a big hit in the UK, Clark
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Forgot they did this one - used to this by The Alan Bown, but an equally fun version!
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cometothesunshine:

Yeah, they do some great covers on this album.
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MOM WHIG:

Super Powerful tune by The Casuals
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Love the harmonies on this version
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cometothesunshine:

Yeah, one of their best, Mom Whig. They cut an earlier version in Italian, which I will also play.
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Erica:

🇬🇧
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Erica:

Another version of Daddy's Song I never knew.
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Aitch:

Sounding very Nilsson
  7:20pm
Troycdboy:

Love this version of "Daddy's Song". Reminds me of "The Courtship Of Eddie's Father" theme song
mixed in with "Daddy's Song"
  7:20pm
Gerry from Miami:

I can't recall any AM airplay in the US of the Casuals back in their time. They deserved better.
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cometothesunshine:

Their records were sometimes issued here as the British Casuals
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Great performance of a great Tony Hazzard composition !
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cometothesunshine:

Yeah, an excellent one, Brinley!
  7:23pm
Gerry from Miami:

Andrew, was that "British" added to their name to avoid confusion with Kenny and the Casuals?
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cometothesunshine:

I agree Troycdboy
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WLSClark:

Anyone who does this Paul Williams classic is great!
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cometothesunshine:

I am not sure, Gerry
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MOM WHIG:

Hi Troycdboy
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sw2442:

WLSClark...I agree...it may be my favorite Paul Williams/Roger Nichols song ever.
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Gaylord Fields:

@Gerry from Miami: There were many, many US bands called the Casuals in the 1960s. I don't think it's based on just the one.
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cometothesunshine:

It is solid, Clark
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Gaylord Fields:

Also, hi, Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

Gaylord heard our clarion call
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Gaylord Fields:

I did indeed!
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cometothesunshine:

still hiding from Orange Peel?
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Gaylord Fields:

Mr Peel intimidates me with his dazzle.
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MOM WHIG:

Gaylord - happy to see you
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cometothesunshine:

it happens
  7:28pm
Gerry from Miami:

Thanks. Gaylord. Didn't know there was such a proliferation of Casuals vying for airtime.
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Gaylord Fields:

Likewise, Mom Whig.
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cometothesunshine:

Less than Casual, actually
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cometothesunshine:

Their stateside career was a casualty as a result
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Gaylord Fields:

@Gerry: Offhand, I own records by at least six groups called the Casuals!
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Gaylord Fields:

There was a causal relationship, I understand.
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Gaylord Fields:

Did I do that right?
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cometothesunshine:

Hopefully!
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WLSClark:

Hi Gaylord!!!
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Gaylord Fields:

Hi, WLSClark!
  7:33pm
Gerry from Miami:

There ought to be a clearinghouse for band names. Like patents. Once a name has been created, that's it! But the Law of Probability says that duplicate band names will continue to pop up.
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MOM WHIG:

Listening & watching Jeopardy (gotta keep the Mind Sharp) here.
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Erica:

Hi Gaylord. Don't worry bout OP, Andrew will take care of hm.
  7:34pm
Gerry from Miami:

MULTITASKING MAMA, that rascal MOM WHIG!
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cometothesunshine:

This single, Toy, was issued on Mainstream in the US as by the British Casuals.
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Favorite Casuals song!! My all-time favorite songwriter, Roy Wood! (Well, the favorite that isn't named Lennon or McCartney...)
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cometothesunshine:

This single - Caroline - produced by Roy Wood of the Move
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cometothesunshine:

Exactly, Brinley
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WLSClark:

You can sure tell the Move influence.
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cometothesunshine:

Roy gave them his sound!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Also love the Casuals' own 'Tara Tiger Girl' on Parlophone a few years later - not by Roy, but you'd swear it was - it's just a non-melancholy Blackberry Way!
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uptownjen:

Yes. This stuff is right up my Move-loving alley.
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Erica:

I heard Roy Wood in that record too.
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WLSClark:

That song "Toy" was a Chris Andrews song, so cant go wrong there ever!!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Yes!! So glad this is here - never heard this song in good quality, just bad needledrops...! Thank you Andrew!!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Always thought this lyric was meant literally as an homage to Roy and the band; "I dig the way you Move..."
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Erica:

So stereotypically Bri'ish, this.
  7:46pm
Gerry from Miami:

Move lovers should go to the Archive and check out Bob Brainen and Pete Tomlinson's 3-hour Move/Wood/Wizzard/ELO retrospective from this past July 9 on the Give the Drummer stream. Excellent, with choice rarities.
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, luckily have a Mint 45
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Wow, that sounds great! Thanks for the heads-up, Gerry!
  7:48pm
Gerry from Miami:

No problem. Brinley!
  7:51pm
Gerry from Miami:

That Casuals song in Italian has a bit of the Turtles' "Happy Together" feel to it.
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MOM WHIG:

Andrew - So Nice to have you BACK today with us. Many FAB tunes -- luved hearing them all.
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cometothesunshine:

I agree, Gerry - very "Elenore"
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uptownjen:

Wasn’t expecting this!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

One of my favorite Manfreds tunes!! Never knew they did this!!
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MOM WHIG:

Gerry - you got it.
  7:52pm
uptownjen:

Same, Brinley!
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Mom WhiG!
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MOM WHIG:

Woo see you for bpn later
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Whoa, another totally unexpected cover! Underrated song from the Gibbs!
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WLSClark:

They shoulda done IOIO, then they wouldnt need to change lyrics much
  7:56pm
Gerry from Miami:

ANDREW, this was the best "Come to the Sunshine" shows in a while. They are all good, but your physical presence makes everything even more special for us 60s needs. LOL!
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Gerry!
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Erica:

Domani
  7:57pm
Gerry from Miami:

That should read "60s nerds"
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MOM WHIG:

BYE all
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WLSClark:

Great show!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Well said, Gerry, agreed completely!
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Erica:

Later Mom! Great show Andrew. Time for the OP After Hour.
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sw2442:

Great show Andrew...thanks...see you soon.
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WLSClark:

Bye Erica and Mom
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cometothesunshine:

Stay tuned for Gentelmen DJ Orange Peel
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Woof:

Thank you, Andrew! Fantastic show!
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MOM WHIG:

sw2442 - see you later for bpn
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Thank you as always for a fantastic show Andrew, you've made my day! Going to go track down some Casuals discs online now...!
  7:59pm
uptownjen:

I love learning about new-to-me 60s music. Thanks, Andrew!❤️
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sw2442:

Yes Mom...I'll be there for #301...
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cometothesunshine:

So glad - thanks everyone for waiting and being here for this new show.
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