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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 25, 2022: Spotlight on arranger/composer George Tipton

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Images Approx. start time
Nilsson  1941 (mono)   Favoriting Pandemonium Shadow Show (mono)  RCA Victor  1967  LP 
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Jan & Dean  Fan Tan (single mix)   Favoriting   Jan & Dean  1967  45 
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Bobby Vee & The Strangers  He's Not Your Friend   Favoriting Look At Me Girl (mono)  Liberty  1966  LP 
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The Rainy Daze  Blood Of Oblivion   Favoriting   UNI  1967  45 
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Del Shannon  Under My Thumb   Favoriting   Liberty  1966  45 
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Jan & Dean  I Can't Wait To Love You (acetate)   Favoriting     1965  Other 
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The Rainy Day Friends  Don't You Feel Rained On   Favoriting   World Pacific  1967  45 
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Nancy Priddy  Feelings   Favoriting   Warner Bros.  1969  45 
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The Sunshine Company  Back On the Street Again   Favoriting   Imperial  1967  45 
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The Girls From Petticoat Junction  If You Could Only Be Me   Favoriting   Imperial  1968  45 
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Nilsson  The Puppy Song   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1969  LP 
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The Monkees  It's Hard To Believe (mono)   Favoriting Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd. (mono)  Colgems  1967  LP 
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Aerial Landscape  Proposition 13   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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Stone Country  Love Psalm   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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Tim Gilbert  If We Stick Together   Favoriting   UNI  1967  45 
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Nilsson  Everybody's Talkin'   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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The Rainy Day Friends  Thru My Painted Window   Favoriting   World Pacific  1967  45 
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The Shannons  Little White Lies   Favoriting   Liberty  1969  45 
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The Summer Winds  Another Time   Favoriting   Metromedia Records  1969  45 
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Brian Hyland  Gypsy Woman   Favoriting   UNI  1970  45 
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Nilsson  One   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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Don Lee Wilson  Behind These Stained Glass Windows   Favoriting   Liberty  1967  45 
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Jim & Jean  Topanga Road   Favoriting People World  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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J.C. Cole  I Found Me Today   Favoriting   Valiant  1965  45 
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The Boenzee Cryque  You Won't Believe It's True   Favoriting   UNI  1967  45 
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Gil & Johnny  Come On Sunshine   Favoriting   World Pacific  1966  45 
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Johnny Walsh  I'm Comin' Home Babe   Favoriting   Columbia  1966  45 
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Jan & Dean  Folk City   Favoriting   Liberty  1965  45 
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The Boenzee Cryque  Watch The Time   Favoriting   UNI  1967  45 
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The Family Tree  Slippin' Thru My Fingers (single edit)   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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Nilsson  Think About Your Troubles (1969 version - Box Set Mix)   Favoriting The RCA Albums Collection  Sony  2013  CD 
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Dick Clark  The Fable of Fun Country   Favoriting   Dunhill  1967  45 
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The Sunshine Company  Four In The Mornin'   Favoriting Happy Is (mono)  Imperial  1967  LP 
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The Strawberry Alarm Clock  An Angry Young Man   Favoriting   UNI  1968  45 
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José Feliciano  Light My Fire (mono 45)   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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Nilsson  Butters Lament (box set mix)   Favoriting The RCA Albums Collection  Sony  2013  CD 
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Bobby Vee & The Strangers  Fly Away   Favoriting Look At Me Girl (mono)  Liberty  1966  LP 
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The Rainy Day Friends  Not Like Before   Favoriting   World Pacific  1967  45 
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T.J. & The Fourmations  So Glad   Favoriting   Liberty  1967  45 
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Bobby Vee & The Strangers  That's All In The Past   Favoriting Look At Me Girl (mono)  Liberty  1966  LP 
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José Feliciano  California Dreaming   Favoriting   RCA Victor  1968  45 
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Listener comments!

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MOM WHIG:

Andrew - great to be here today
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome to the show!
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cometothesunshine:

Here we go!
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sw2442:

Hi Andrew and Mom...I'm so excited for today's show...
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MOM WHIG:

sw2442 - me too :))
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cometothesunshine:

I'm excited too!
Avatar 6:02pm
Erica:

Hi Andrew. Sorry to hear of the passing of Bob Rafelson.
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MOM WHIG:

Hi again Erica
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Erica:

I know he's not related to you but condolences just the same. Hi again Mom!
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Erica. Me too.
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sw2442:

Hi Erica...
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Woo:

Hupp ho as the Bunny says sometimes for some reason
Avatar 6:05pm
cometothesunshine:

George Tipton has an interesting Monkees connection he arranged a few of their recordings and was instrumental in helping Harry Nilsson het to the point where they covered his songs.
Avatar 6:05pm
MOM WHIG:

Hey again Woo
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sw2442:

Hi Woo...
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MOM WHIG:

Nice record label with Jan & Dean down the side
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cometothesunshine:

At Liberty where George Tipton worked with Del Shannon and Bobby Vee, their covers were designed by Bernard Yeszin, who designed and photographed The Monkees first four albums.
Avatar 6:07pm
cometothesunshine:

Mom Whig, that label was designed by Dean Torrence. He went onto design many landmark album sleeves.
  6:08pm
?:

This Bobby Vee song is GREAT
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hi Andrew and friends - sorry for being late! Looks to be another great episode.
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sw2442:

Hi BritishInvasionBrinley...
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cometothesunshine:

It is interesting hearing Tipton's touch across these different artists records
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hi SW!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, ?, I think so too!
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MOM WHIG:

hey there ? did you forget to SIGN-IN
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MOM WHIG:

Hi there British
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hey Mom Whig!
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MOM WHIG:

Nice version of Under My Thumb
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cometothesunshine:

Great version by Del - shockingly not a single for the Stones
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Erica:

Bout to say that Mom.
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cometothesunshine:

Del worked with George Tipton over four years.
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

One of my favorite Del recordings. Also surprising that the Who's version was also relegated to B-side status of their 'The Last Time' when that was already the Stones' A-side... Missed opportunities everywhere
  6:13pm
Pax:

A squirmy dog,
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cometothesunshine:

Del was an excellent producer
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MOM WHIG:

Hi Pax
  6:20pm
Pax:

Hot enough 4 u MOM WHIG.
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cometothesunshine:

Was truly a pleasure pulling this show together; some of my favorite music.
  6:22pm
Pax:

What about that other guy Bert Schneider, did he kick or is he still breathing ?
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cometothesunshine:

Pax, Bert passed away more than 10 years ago.
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Erica:

They're both gone sadly Pax. At least we still have Jack Nicholson lol.
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Erica:

And Nicky Women's of course. ;)
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Erica:

Micky Dolenz. Stupid autocorrect.
Avatar 6:25pm
BritishInvasionBrinley:

Adore this song - didn't know Tipton was involved with it, but it makes total sense...!
Avatar 6:27pm
cometothesunshine:

That's why I am always reading the labels: to learn the connections
  6:28pm
Bags:

Hello, just joined. Hello all!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

A great and fun habit to get into - I do the very same thing, but that one must've slipped by!
Avatar 6:29pm
cometothesunshine:

Welcome, Bags!
  6:29pm
Pax:

@Erica: at least autocorrect is good for a laugh, Nicky Women's, the last surviving monkee.
  6:30pm
uptownjen:

Popping by to say hello as I’m working on some other things while listening. Loving it so far.
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bags:

Hi Andrew! from Melbourne - 8:29am Tuesday Morning here.
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cometothesunshine:

Sounds good!
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MOM WHIG:

hi there bags
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MOM WHIG:

bags - guess we will be having coffee with you then - 6:31 here in VA-DC Eastcoast
  6:33pm
Javi from Argentina:

One of my guilty pleasures is Mary Hopkin's cover of The Puppy Song. Evening everyone from cold Buenos Aires!
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Aitch:

Love a bit of morning Nilsson
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cometothesunshine:

Javi - Harry actually wrote it for Mary after meeting with Paul McCartney in London
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cometothesunshine:

Harry's "Martha My Dear"
  6:34pm
Javi from Argentina:

Wow Andrew, I did not know that!!
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bags:

Hey Mom Whig! yes, I am having coffee, and working from home. Let's have a coffee together!
  6:35pm
Javi from Argentina:

I did not know that. Wow.
  6:36pm
Javi from Argentina:

Andrew a bit off topic, but what do you think of the Teensville sunshine pop comps?
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MOM WHIG:

bags - I'll do a Iced-Coffee - since it's 90's here - not like
your Winter
Good to see you here Javi
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sw2442:

I never knew George arranged Hard to Believe...I always assumed it was Chip Douglas or Davy. George isn't credited on the album.
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cometothesunshine:

SW2442 credited on session sheets - Davy actually selected him
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Same here, SW - I had presumed it was Kim Capli himself or one of those interesting people on the periphery (or lack thereof!)
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sw2442:

Andrew...I would guess Davy would recommend George to arrange it. Davy was a big fan of Harry and George.
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cometothesunshine:

George also arranged a few initially unissued sessions for Birds & Bees
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cometothesunshine:

We Were Made For Each Other & I'm A Man
  6:44pm
Pax:

Ice Coffee! I knew it was hot enough for you Mom Whig. Come to think of it I'll have one myself.
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MOM WHIG:

Andres - I luv looking at all the different 45 Labels
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Mom Whig! I put in some extra hours on that feature.
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cometothesunshine:

I love the strings on this, George's touch
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

The great, nearly subtle arrangement and Harry's sensitive interpretation is just a perfect combination
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cometothesunshine:

A very similar sounding record from a year earlier
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cometothesunshine:

I had never heard this version of Another Time before, a favorite by Curt Boettcher
Avatar 6:55pm
BritishInvasionBrinley:

Didn't know there was another rendition of this great track. The brilliant mind of Boettcher!
  6:55pm
Javi from Argentina:

This great song is in Present Tense, a superb album by Saggitarius
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WLSClark:

A great Sagittarius song fer sure. Hard to believe this guy produced so many cool songs and I never heard of him.
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cometothesunshine:

Well, he arranged the recordings, Clark
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cometothesunshine:

The instrumentation - brass and horns
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bags:

Does any video footage of Curt exist ie interview or anything like that?
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cometothesunshine:

Never seen video, bags
  6:58pm
Javi from Argentina:

Wow I had only heard Gipsy Woman by Jay and the Americans. Didn't know Mr Hyland did it
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MOM WHIG:

Andrew - Nice one here with Brian Hyland - haven't heard it in decades - I have it here somewhere.
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Gaylord Fields:

Hi, Andrew! Brian Hyland and Del Shannon teaming up paid such spectacular musical dividends! They perfectly complemented each other.
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MOM WHIG:

Gaylord - my man - Happy Monday to you
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cometothesunshine:

I agree, Gaylord
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sw2442:

Hi Gaylord....
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izzy:

Shakers and Tambo! Love it!
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cometothesunshine:

Gaylord: I just listened to an amazing interview with Del where he discussed going to Columbia after his success with Gypsy Woman and begging to produce Andy Williams. They balked and offered him Santana instead.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm
Gaylord Fields:

And this Tipton rearrangement of “Gypsy Woman” cannot be improved upon.
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cometothesunshine:

Abraxas era
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cometothesunshine:

Love the reverb on this mono 45
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Andrew: Damn! As a huge fan of both Del and Andy, I now lament what could have been!

@sw2442: Hiya!
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cometothesunshine:

Tipton's score writing for cello on "One" and "Without Her" is notable.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
Gaylord Fields:

Hello, Mom Whig, you special lady!
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

I love happy sounding songs with sad lyrics..
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WLSClark:

Just checked and saw George arranged Harry's version of "You Cant Do That" also. What a wonderful arrangement of Beatles music!!
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cometothesunshine:

This one inspired by the busy tone on a phone
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sw2442:

Hi Glynis...
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

I was thinking the same thing, Andrew - he did a fantastic job of conveying the feelings of isolation in both.
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Hi sw2442...
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WLSClark:

Wow, never thought about the busy signal as a connection to One!! Great!
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cometothesunshine:

Took Don Lee Wilson from the instrumental Ventures into a wonderful vocal record
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WLSClark:

Hi Glynis and Gaylord
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Gaylord Fields:

Hi, Glynis! My fave example of happy words/sad tune is the Kinks’ “Ring the Bells.”
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Hi WLSClark... flipping the coin, Gaylord!
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Beantown Doug:

I'm loving the sound and mood of "Behind These Stained Glass Windows."
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cometothesunshine:

This Jim & Jean record is a gem
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Amy Linton:

Absolutely loving this show. Thank you, Andrew!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:07pm
Gaylord Fields:

Exactly, Glynis!

Hi, WLSClark!
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you so much, Amy!
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cometothesunshine:

This J.C. Cole record is so haunting - like an early Boettcher record
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johnyoung1234:

Hi Andrew and all! Signed in late today but have been here enjoying the sounds from the DC area. Wishing I was in LA after hearing these gems...
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MOM WHIG:

GGGG - happy to see you here too
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, John!
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MOM WHIG:

hi there Amy
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cometothesunshine:

This was the A-side!
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MOM WHIG:

johnnyoung1234 hi to you too
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cometothesunshine:

I love this Boenzee Cryque record too
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bags:

Loved that JC Cole track, great production
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cometothesunshine:

Tipton, Johnny Cole and Perry Botkin were involved in amazing records.
  7:14pm
Pax:

I was a little Monkee Maniac as a kid and remained one every since. It was especially tough in the '70s to admit to liking the them because that decade was fresh off putting them down. If you mention the Monkees they would scoff roll their eyes and say that they didn't play their own instruments. Everyone would say that first thing out of their mouths with out fail.
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johnyoung1234:

Nice horn arrangement on the last one...
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sw2442:

Hi johnyoung1234...
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johnyoung1234:

Hello MomWhig...my fellow DC area listening companion!
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cometothesunshine:

This one written by Anette Tucker & Nancie Mantz of Electric Prunes fame
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sw2442:

Hi Beantown Doug, and Amy...
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izzy:

I missed the open. Is all the bumper music from the Tipton/Nilsson album?
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johnyoung1234:

Hi sw2442!
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cometothesunshine:

The bumper music is all Tipton arranged music from a variety of sources (including Nilsson by Tipton).
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izzy:

A sprightly 1:46!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Larry Marks had quite an interesting production style, but it's definitely a fun one!
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johnyoung1234:

BTW...there is something oddly satisfying sitting in an IHOP listening to this groovy music. Pancakes anyone?
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MOM WHIG:

Hi Beantown Doug
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sw2442:

Andrew...I have the CD reissue of George's Nilsson by Tipton album that Wounded Bird released...I love it. I'm curious...is that CD still available?
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

John, that sure sounds like a neat way to experience the show! That ambience and this music seem like they would go together nicely!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

SW, I still see it available at most of the big usual CD retailers online. I still need to pick up a copy!
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MOM WHIG:

Just like Surf City
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johnyoung1234:

@BritishInvasionBrinley If OrangePeel were here I would offer him a pancake with orange marmalade...
  7:23pm
Javi from Argentina:

Folk city, lol.
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Erica:

More like a sequel to Surf City but for the Folk music fans.
  7:24pm
Javi from Argentina:

More like "I am lazy so I will rewrite Surf City with different lyrics"
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

John, I bet he'd enjoy it - and just imagining it, so would I!
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sw2442:

Brinley...thanks...I thought maybe it would out of print now...
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izzy:

Why wouldn't Brian get a credit on Folk City?
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cometothesunshine:

Jan rewrote it for their Folk'N Roll album
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cometothesunshine:

As I said early in. the show, Jan doled out song credits randomly
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WLSClark:

Javi, only problem with that idea is that no one ended up buying it! ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:27pm
izzy:

👌Missed that.
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

SW, can't blame you! Wounded Bird seems to keep titles in print a long time, and often re-presses them too
  7:30pm
Javi from Argentina:

I have that Nilsson box!! One of the best box sets ever made. A work of art.
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cometothesunshine:

Proud to have been involved for sure
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Agreed, Javi - it is a complete treasure and a joy to have. And as usual, Vic Anesini proves he's the best in the biz at his job! A debt of gratitude is owed to you, Andrew!
  7:34pm
Javi from Argentina:

For some reason this reminds me of King of Fuh by Brute Force lol
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Beantown Doug:

Bingo? How about payola, Dick Clark?
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cometothesunshine:

Dick couldn't get this played
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WLSClark:

He tried being a recording artist and movie star in one year!!
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WLSClark:

Sometimes, I think Bill Traut got some of his odd sounding arrangement songs from George!!
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sw2442:

I'm wondering if they were hoping for similar success like Mike Douglas' The Men in my Little Girls Life with this Dick Clark single.
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

I can’t figure out why this never made it to a 45...
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myron feld:

Andrew, got here late so I didn't hear if you spoke about Perry Botkin, Jr. (other than the comment above). I recently saw an episode of "Ozzie & Harriet" which featured both Perry Botkin Jr. *and* Sr. Ozzie thinks Ricky's band could use a banjo player (him). He and Perry Sr. (also on banjo) worm their way in. By the way, they both could really play! Perry Jr. plays one of Ricky's band members.
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MOM WHIG:

hi there myron feld
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myron feld:

hi MOM!
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WLSClark:

sw2442, THAT song had decent singing at least!
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cometothesunshine:

I will have ti watch that, Myron!
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cometothesunshine:

Love this SAC record
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myron feld:

Here's the episode: www.imdb.com...
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WLSClark:

This version still blows me away literally!! 2 nights ago I was watching 1969 "MacKenna's Gold" western movie and right away I knew Jose was singing the theme. Like the movie, the song had a LOT to be desired, yet Jose did his part fine.
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cometothesunshine:

Serious true story here: I once went through TSA with Jose Feliciano and they found a bottle of water in his carry on
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cometothesunshine:

He must have been worried that someone might Light My FireLight My FireLight My FireLight My FireLight My FireLight My FireLight My FireLight My FireLight My Fire
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sw2442:

WLSClark...that's very true...Mike was a seasoned singer...Dick...I never heard him sing...ever.
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WLSClark:

Andrew, great one!!
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sw2442:

I first Butters Lament in the early 90's on the Personal Best 2-CD set. It was a song I listened to many times...a perfect arrangement...
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cometothesunshine:

Truly brilliant, SW
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WLSClark:

Cool Lp hard to find, amazingly. "Look at me Girl" possibly my fave Vee 45.
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MOM WHIG:

Andrew - Thanks for allowing us into YOUR SUNSHINE TODAY - always such a TREAT!!
  7:50pm
Javi from Argentina:

Superb show today. Was the mono of Bobby Vee LP dedicated or just a fold down?
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WLSClark:

Great show Andrew and I figure Sir Peel will ride George's coat tails as well after this.
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cometothesunshine:

Javi - 1966 my guess is dedicated
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, not quite done!
  7:51pm
Javi from Argentina:

Thank you Andrew.
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Cheri:

Enjoyed your show, Andrew
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Erica:

Sounds like the Mamas and the Papas
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MOM WHIG:

This rainy Day sounds like a very Slow Stepping Stone
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Gaylord Fields:

Nice lead tambourine on this Rainy Day Friends track!
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sw2442:

Thanks for another great show Andrew...the appreciation for George Tipton was wonderful. Any hints on what episode 200 might be...it's a HUGE milestone for you...
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cometothesunshine:

I have to go away for work the next week and I will be given a serious thought to #200
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cometothesunshine:

I haven't figured out what I want to do yet
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Cheri!
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WLSClark:

YES, another from that LP!!
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cometothesunshine:

Tambourine is a key ingredient @Gaylord
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

This has indeed been a wonderful traversal into the great work of an important gentleman - thank you as always for providing us with the experience!
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WLSClark:

Andrew, did you know Bob Rafelson?
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sw2442:

Well, whatever you do for #200, it'll be special, wonderful, and memorable...thanks.
  7:57pm
Javi from Argentina:

Hey Andrew how about a conplete Bobby Vee box? Can you work with Bear Family?
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, I did know Bob
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cometothesunshine:

For about 25 years
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Beantown Doug:

Thank you for another super show, Andrew!
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WLSClark:

So sorry for his death this week. Co-creator of Monkees TV'er, correct?
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cometothesunshine:

THANK YOU ALL!
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cometothesunshine:

Be BACK IN AUGUST WITH SHOW #200
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Erica:

Thank you for another groovy show Andrew. Stay cool!
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izzy:

Great show!
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cometothesunshine:

STAY WELL
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Beantown Doug:

It's supposed to be I PRETEND to pray.
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cometothesunshine:

I truly appreciate you spending this time with me.
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WLSClark:

Winters days in California sure dont sound likely right now.
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