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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 March 13, 2023: Show #203 featuring the productions, arrangements & early songs of Leon Russell

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Force West  Talkin' About Our Love   Favoriting Columbia (UK)  1966  45 
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The Honeycombs  That Loving Feeling   Favoriting Pye (UK)  1966  45 
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The Chances-R  Turn A New Leaf Over   Favoriting CBS (UK)  1967  45 
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R. Black And The Rockin' V's  Walking And Talking   Favoriting Sunshine (Australia)  1969  45 
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Dave Mason  Just For You   Favoriting Island (UK)  1968  45 
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The Snappers  Upside Down Inside Out   Favoriting CBS (UK)  1967  45 
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The Candy Band  Time To Spend   Favoriting Ranwood  1968  45 
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Jesse Lee Kincaid  Floatin'   Favoriting Fontana  1968  45 
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Sunday Servants  I'm Puttin' You On   Favoriting World Pacific  1966  45 
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The Village Sound  The La La Song   Favoriting H.I.P.  1968  45 
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The Image  I Hear Your Voice Again   Favoriting Parlophone (UK)  1965  45 
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The Rothchilds  It's Love   Favoriting Decca (UK)  1966  45 
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The Young Idea  It Can't Be   Favoriting Columbia (UK)  1966  45 
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The Breakaways  Don't Be A Baby   Favoriting CBS (UK)  1967  45 
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The Catch  Love Dropped By   Favoriting Ranwood  1968  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  This Diamond Ring   Favoriting Liberty  1964  45 
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Betty Willis  Act Naturally   Favoriting Phi-Dan  1965  45 
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Joe And Eddie  Depend On Yourself   Favoriting GNP Crescendo  1965  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  Count Me In   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Tommy Sands  Love's Funny   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Josie Taylor  I'll Love You For Awhile   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  Without A Word Of Warning   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Leon Russell  It's Alright With Me   Favoriting Dot  1965  45 
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J.J. Cale  It's A Go-Go Place   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Tommy Sands  The Statue   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  Everybody Loves A Clown   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Pat And Lolly Vegas  Walk On (Right Out Of My Life)   Favoriting Mercury  1965  45 
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The Knickerbockers  I Can Do It Better   Favoriting Challenge  1965  45 
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Gypsy Trips  Ain't It Hard   Favoriting World Pacific  1965  45 
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Gary Sanders  Ain't I Good To You   Favoriting Warner Bros.  1965  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  She's Just My Style   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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Kris Jensen  I Can't Get Nowhere With You   Favoriting White Whale  1966  45 
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Brian Hyland  3000 Miles   Favoriting Philips  1966  45 
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Damita Jo  That Special Way   Favoriting Epic  1966  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  I Won't Make That Mistake Again   Favoriting Liberty  1965  45 
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The Outcasts  I'll Keep Coming Back   Favoriting Dot  1966  45 
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Jimmy Boyd  I Would Never Do That   Favoriting Imperial  1966  45 
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The Soul Survivors  Hung Up On Losin'   Favoriting Dot  1966  45 
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Del Shannon  I Got It Bad   Favoriting Liberty  1966  45 
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The Shindogs  Yes, I'm Going Home   Favoriting Viva  1966  45 
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Brian Hyland  The Joker Went Wild   Favoriting Philips  1966  45 
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The Astronauts  Main Street (mono)   Favoriting RCA Victor  1966  45 
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Del Shannon  Show Me   Favoriting Liberty  1966  45 
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The Robbs  Next Time I See You Around   Favoriting Mercury  1966  45 
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Brian Hyland  I Can Hear The Rain   Favoriting Philips  1966  45 
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Bobby Vee  Here Today   Favoriting Liberty  1966  45 
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Gene Clark  Echoes (mono 45)   Favoriting Columbia  1966  45 
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Freddy Cannon  In My Wildest Dreams   Favoriting Warner Bros.  1966  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  (You Don't Have To) Paint Me A Picture   Favoriting Liberty  1966  45 
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Tommy Boyce  Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear   Favoriting A&M  1966  45 
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Harpers Bizarre  The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)   Favoriting Warner Bros.  1967  45 
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The T-Bones  Tee Hee Hee (My Life Seems Different Now)   Favoriting Liberty  1967  45 
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Gary Lewis And The Playboys  The Loser (With A Broken Heart)   Favoriting Liberty  1967  45 
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Dobie Gray  River Deep-Mountain High   Favoriting Capitol  1967  45 
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The Everly Brothers  The Devil's Child (mono 45)   Favoriting Warner Bros.  1967  45 
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Gene Clark  So You Say You Lost Your Baby (mono 45)   Favoriting Columbia  1967  45 
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Joey Cooper  Raspberry Rug   Favoriting Independence  1967  45 
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Delaney Bramlett  Guess I Must Be Dreamin'   Favoriting Independence  1967  45 
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Peter Courtney  Before You Go   Favoriting Viva  1967  45 
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The Four Preps  Hitchiker   Favoriting Capitol  1967  45 
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Tom Northcott  Sunny Goodge Street (mono 45)   Favoriting Warner Bros.  1967  45 
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Gene Clark  Back Street Mirror   Favoriting Entree  2018  EP 
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Le Cirque  Land Of Oz   Favoriting Buddah  1967  45 
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Daughters Of Albion  Well Wired (mono 45 mix)   Favoriting Fontana  1968  45 
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Lottie Joe Jones  You Are My Sunshine   Favoriting Capitol  1967  45 
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Listener comments!

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cometothesunshine:

Welcome to the show and thank you for your support!
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Carmelita2:

Hi Andrew and everyone!
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, Carmelita!
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Erica:

Hi again Andrew. Ready for the Leon Russell show.
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Woof:

Hello, Andrew! Hello, everyone!
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cometothesunshine:

Hello, Hullo, Erica
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cometothesunshine:

Woof!
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cometothesunshine:

Our set of 45's is shorter today to accommodate more of our Spotlight (which is a dilly).
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "That Loving Feeling" by "The Honeycombs"
I really love this record!
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MOM WHIG:

Hi Andrew - Erica - Carmelita2 - Woof -
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, Mom Whig!
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uptownjen:

Hi, all.
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cometothesunshine:

Hi Jen!
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cometothesunshine:

I have been indulging in buying UK 45s lately!
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uptownjen:

Good stuff, Andrew!
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MOM WHIG:

Hi uptownjen
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uptownjen:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:04
SAME
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uptownjen:

Hi, MOM WHIG!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @6:08
Thanks!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ uptownjen @6:09
good to see you
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Carmelita2:

Sunshine Records!
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Erica:

Hi Mom and Jen
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Just For You" by "Dave Mason"
This was a surprise to me - so poppy and up my alley
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Skylar:

meowdy! Just saw the tweet about this show… guess i missed the fundraiser. is there any way to send belated money?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Skylar @6:14
@Skylar you can still donate through the week. Click on the black button at the top of the playlist. Thanks!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Skylar @6:14
hi - It's still goin on
  6:21pm
maria collins:

Hi Everybody. I'm sure all y'alls doing K.
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Skylar:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:15
donated! thanks, didn’t notice the button for some reason, lol
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Erica:

↳ Skylar @6:21
Good for you Skylar
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cometothesunshine:

↳ maria collins @6:21
Hi, Maria - thanks for tuning in
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uptownjen:

↳ Erica @6:11
Hi there, Erica!
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Beantown Doug:

Alternate title for today's show is You Can Leon Me.
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Erica:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:22
Good one Doug.
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MOM WHIG:

Hi maria & Beantown Doug
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Beantown Doug:

Hiya, Mom
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Carmelita2:

Enjoying the show so far!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Carmelita2 @6:24
Thank you!
  6:25pm
Javilu:

Greetings from very hot Buenos Aires, Argentina. Was that the Kincaid of "Dreams are ten a Penny" fame?
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Javilu @6:25
good to see you
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Javilu @6:25
Javi - that is a different Kincade
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "The La La Song" by "The Village Sound"
Cool HIP label
  6:30pm
Javilu:

Thank you Andrew!! Great to listen to the show again. I was upset about my Headquarters box arriving damaged and Rhino having no replacement but now I feel better as I bought one from Micky's website supposes to come signed by him!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Javilu @6:30
I'm sorry that Rhino weren't more helpful. I don't have the best luck with them either.
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hailey:

haldo, just wanted to wish u a good day andrew :] and a thanks for all the archival work/care u have for the monkees and other oldie artists
  6:36pm
Javilu:

Of course, I am proud to own all Monkees SDEs and I plan on doing so even if Changes is ever releases as a 3 disc set!
Lovely songs being played today. And great sound quality!
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Erica:

↳ Song: "It Can't Be" by "The Young Idea"
I definitely hear the Beatles In this song.
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hailey:

↳ Javilu @6:36
changes would be a nice boxset, especially with which way and hopefully ride baby found
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cometothesunshine:

↳ hailey @6:36
Thank you - that is very nice of you to say!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Erica @6:36
Me too
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MOM WHIG:

↳ hailey @6:37
hi there
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hailey:

howdy mom whig
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hailey:

oooo graham nash
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Skylar:

Andrew should be doing these recent Beach Boys box sets, they’d be in better hands….
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Erica:

Coke break.
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hailey:

curious if the monkees recording studio was filled with boxes of kelloggs cereal and kool-aid around '69
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Carmelita2:

“We never make it through a record session without Coke!”
  6:43pm
Javilu:

↳ Skylar @6:40
The problem with the sets is the books are underwhelming, no session or recording info, and they add live stuff from other eras. Also they added the wrong version of Seasons in the Sun in the Feel Flows set.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "This Diamond Ring" by "Gary Lewis And The Playboys"
This brings back so many FAB memories. LUV it so much
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hailey:

↳ Javilu @6:43
heard they mixed out backing vocals and overdubbed a new instrument onto seasons in the sun, quite annoying one has to settle for a meddled version or a lossy leaked mp3 of the og mix
  6:44pm
Javilu:

Gary Lewis I love you!!
When will "I'm on he right road now" be released on CD?
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Song: "This Diamond Ring" by "Gary Lewis And The Playboys"
Hmm... this original 45 sounds just a tiny bit faster than the copies I have.
  6:45pm
Javilu:

↳ hailey @6:44
Why would they do that? What a wasted opportunity
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Skylar:

↳ Javilu @6:43
the live version of “Back Home” on the Feel Flows box set contains a vocal from the STUDIO version flown in! Revisionism gone way too far.
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Erica:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:44
And fades a bit sooner too.
  6:46pm
Javilu:

↳ Skylar @6:45
Exactly. That kind of tampering is something we collectors hate, but they do it regardless.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:44
Interesting - I have this same one here
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hailey:

↳ Javilu @6:45
not sure, i heard al jardine did it though :( thankful stuff like monkee sets and even beatles sets dont get as much tampering on it
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Erica @6:46
Yes.
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Beantown Doug:

↳ MOM WHIG @6:46
I have it on various collections, but not an original single.
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Beantown Doug:

Gotta run to the grocery store before a snowstorm hits. Will listen in the car.
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hailey:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:48
good luck!!!! snows been a bit of a nuisance the past few months
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:48
Take care - be careful!
  6:49pm
SkeletonPete:

Oh dear. Al Kooper listed as "Kooder" on the Gary Lewis 45rpm. Fixed that by the time the Greatest Hits was released.
  6:49pm
Javilu:

↳ hailey @6:46
We have to keep Mr Jardine away from the archival releases and bring Andrew to the fold.
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hailey:

are all the record labels scans from ur collection andrew? or are they from places like discogs
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Count Me In" by "Gary Lewis And The Playboys"
what a great record
  6:50pm
Javilu:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:44
I think the version in "Complete Liberty Singles" on CD has the exact mono version of the single.
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mce1965:

The sounds are lovely today Andrew - thank you for the hard work as always
  6:51pm
Javilu:

And if I'm not first on your list, count me blue!
My favorite Gary Lewis song!!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ mce1965 @6:51
Thank you for the extra help! I had to trim down my list as I kept finding more things I wanted to play.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Count Me In" by "Gary Lewis And The Playboys"
Inspired "Revolution"?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Love's Funny" by "Tommy Sands"
Slices like a hammer
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hailey:

good song ngl, gotta note this down
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Matt Clarke:

Go Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Matt Clarke @6:55
Thanks, Matt!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Without A Word Of Warning" by "Gary Lewis And The...
Leon co-writing great songs too
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "Without A Word Of Warning" by "Gary Lewis And The...
Another super great tune from them
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:00
I agree, great B-side
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Matt Clarke @6:55
Hi there - how's your day so far? LUV this tune
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:00
And another clever arrangement, with the tack piano double
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MOM WHIG:

↳ hailey @6:54
hi there
  7:01pm
uptownjen:

Whoa, Leon sounds a bit twangy Gary Lewis here.
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Carmelita2:

Thanks for playing all the Gary Lewis and the Playboys songs. He’s one of my favorite singers
  7:01pm
uptownjen:

Great song!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Carmelita2 @7:01
Mine too and Leon was integral to his success
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "It's Alright With Me" by "Leon Russell"
Crazy guitar!
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Carmelita2:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:02
I love the guitar on this
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cometothesunshine:

btw - I have $70 to go on my goal for any one who hasn't donated. And you can go as small as you like, we are excited to get some new donors of all sizes. Thanks!
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hailey:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:05
would love to donate but i dont think i have the money for it sadly :/
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cometothesunshine:

↳ hailey @7:05
That's okay - we understand!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "The Statue" by "Tommy Sands"
WOW THIS IS A GOOD ONE - HADN'T HEARD ABOUT HIM IN AGES - HE'S NOW 85
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:09
The former Mr. Nancy Sinatra
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Erica:

Another song to add to my clown theme.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "Everybody Loves A Clown" by "Gary Lewis And The P...
Nice to hear this once again (still have my 45)
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:11
Another great one
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uptownjen:

Like this one!
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hailey:

got like five of these songs saved now, great selection so far :]
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cometothesunshine:

↳ hailey @7:15
Thanks!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @7:13
There are lots of surprises among the familiar hits today
  7:17pm
Javilu:

The Knickerbockers recorded half a dozen brilliant Beat tracks and a truckload of crap. No idea why they didn't do a full album in the "Lies" style. Or this song which is great
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "She's Just My Style" by "Gary Lewis And The Playb...
thanks for playing all these Gary Lewis ones - brings back so many great times - Just graduated from HS that year
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:25
Yeah, a surprisingly great run of 45's
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MOM WHIG:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:25
Definitely
  7:26pm
Dr Rhino:

Sorry to report that all Pisces SDE will be printed crushed. That’s how we decided. Each box will be crushed in different way so collect them all!
  7:26pm
Javilu:

Ron Furmanek did some amazing stereo mixes of these songs in the 1990s.
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uptownjen:

Never heard this version before!
  7:27pm
Javilu:

↳ Dr Rhino @7:26
Very funny...... not!
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uptownjen:

Wait. Have I heard this?
  7:28pm
Javilu:

God save The Hollies!
  7:28pm
Javilu:

↳ uptownjen @7:28
Yes. The Hollies
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uptownjen:

White Whale comp! Yep!
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Skylar:

going through my record collection, and a mini-CD for Paul McCartney’s “Party Party” fell out and scared me… how did that get in there? I didn’t buy it!
  7:30pm
Javilu:

↳ Skylar @7:29
Awful song from 1989
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Max Danger:

Oh, wow! I neither recognized that photo of Leon nor this music as him/his! Very cool!
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uptownjen:

↳ Skylar @7:29
Was a bonus in the FITD box with the CD and other stuff. I have it, too.
  7:31pm
Javilu:

Andrew do you know why we never got a Brian Hyland box set? We got boxes for Del Shannon for example.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Max Danger @7:30
Thanks for checking it out!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Javilu @7:31
Not enough fans?
  7:32pm
Javilu:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:31
Lesser artists gor box sets weird.
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Erica:

↳ Skylar @7:29
Sounds like a rare single by Macca.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Max Danger @7:30
good to see you here
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Skylar:

↳ uptownjen @7:30
Huh, weird. I had figured it was just posters and photos! It accidentally fell into a garbage bag below me and i had to fish it out… but after hearing the song i think it needs to go back in.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "I Won't Make That Mistake Again" by "Gary Lewis A...
Another perfect B-side
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hailey:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:35
couldve been an a-side then honestly, great stuff
  7:38pm
Javilu:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:35
Could have been an A Side! Gary Lewis deserved a box set. Not sure if there are rarities in the vaults to be released?
  7:39pm
Javilu:

Great song written by Mitch Murray of How do you do it fame.
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Max Danger:

Have any of you seen A Poem Is a Naked Person (1974) by Les Blank, filmed mostly at and around his northeastern Oklahoma studio in the early 70s?
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Max Danger:

↳ Max Danger @7:39
Leon's, that is.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Max Danger @7:39
I have not
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uptownjen:

↳ Skylar @7:32
😂😂😂
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hailey:

most if not all of these songs probably don't have multis or original tapes available, sad to think how poor pretty much everyone archived media then
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Javilu:

↳ hailey @7:45
That is right. But there are labels like Teensville and people like Andrew doing a brilliant job transferring the 45s to digital. These sound amazing.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "Yes, I'm Going Home" by "The Shindogs"
LUV this Viva label
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:47
This is the B-side of the first ever Viva 45 - Snuff Garrett's own label
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hailey:

↳ Javilu @7:46
thank god for people like that

i believe the library of congress has a way to digitize records and shellac records without even having to play them, could be nice to have that tech better avaliable for record labels and musicians who have to transfer from vinyl to archive their material
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Andres:

Hi, Andrew. This spotlight has been and continues to be a doozy!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Andres @7:50
hey there
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uptownjen:

GREAT song!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Andres @7:50
Yes, I dare say one of the best!
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Erica:

↳ hailey @7:49
Got to reserve the past for the future.
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Andres:

Hi, Mom Whig!
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Carmelita2:

↳ Song: "The Joker Went Wild" by "Brian Hyland"
I like this one. Hey Andrew have you heard the Brian Hyland song “Run Run Look and See”? I always thought it had a kind of Gary Lewis vibe.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Andres @7:52
Will I see you later to bpn?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Carmelita2 @7:53
Yes, love that one too. Was hard to trim this spotlight down and as it is, it goes over by about 15 or so minutes!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Main Street (mono)" by "The Astronauts"
Leon really loved the celeste!
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uptownjen:

Another lovely one
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hailey:

↳ Erica @7:51
10000%
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Show Me" by "Del Shannon"
Del!
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hailey:

glad ive stuck around, might have to go in a bit tho because im hungry :p
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uptownjen:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:55
❤️
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Song: "Show Me" by "Del Shannon"
Luv Del
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:56
One of the all time greats!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Next Time I See You Around" by "The Robbs"
Shoulda been a hit
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "I Can Hear The Rain" by "Brian Hyland"
One of the greatest records of the era
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Carmelita2:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:00
Yes it’s really great!
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Song: "The Joker Went Wild" by "Brian Hyland"
The song that brought me to the Sunshine!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @8:03
I remember the first time I ever heard it in my car
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MOM WHIG:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:03
I also remember it too - AM Radio in my Triumph Spitfire
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Javilu:

I wish Ron Furmanek would have gotten his hands on the Brian Hyland tapes but Brian wasn't on Liberty so no.
Haha this version by Bobby Vee is a carbon copy of The Beach Boys one.
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hailey:

hope yall have a great day this fine march :}
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uptownjen:

Bobby Vee (not unlike Brian Hyland and Del Shannon) put out many of my favorites of theirs at this point in their careers. (I’d bet many of you feel the same.)
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cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @8:06
Mine too!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Echoes (mono 45)" by "Gene Clark"
One of his greatest achievements
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Andres:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:07
Understated and powerful. A beaut.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Andres @8:09
No one else was making records like this. I wish Gene had been successful commercially.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "In My Wildest Dreams" by "Freddy Cannon"
wooooooo!
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Song: "In My Wildest Dreams" by "Freddy Cannon"
Not Gary Lewis??
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @8:12
an incredible simulation!
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Stuart:

I just tuned in - did Gary Lewis die? "Paint Me a Picture" is definitely one of his lesser efforts
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear" by "Tom...
Interestingly, Leon hired Perry Botkin, Jr. to arrange his production
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Stuart @8:15
Stuart, we are profiling the productions, arrangements and songs of Leon Russell from 1965-1968
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Stuart @8:15
No he's still cruising around
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Carmelita2:

↳ Stuart @8:15
No Gary is alive. I talked to him yesterday. Andrew is featuring the music arranged produced or written by Leon Russell and he worked with Gary Lewis a lot.
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Erica:

↳ Carmelita2 @8:17
Sadly Leon passed thoughm
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Erica:

though.
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Skylar:

is Porpoise Song on here? Leon plays some beautiful piano work on that tune
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Carmelita2:

↳ Erica @8:20
Yes it’s sad. We’re losing so many greats.
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Erica:

↳ Song: "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" by ...
I favor this version over Simon and Garfunkel's version. Has a catchier arrangement.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Skylar @8:21
Skylar - we didn't get into Leon's work as a session player
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Skylar:

understandable, there’s only so much you can fit in such a short time
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "The Loser (With A Broken Heart)" by "Gary Lewis A...
I think this is one of Gary's better later records
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "The Loser (With A Broken Heart)" by "Gary Lewis A...
No production credit for Leon, but he also co-wrote it
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Song: "The Loser (With A Broken Heart)" by "Gary Lewis A...
I always imagine this song belonging in a movie soundtrack.
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Ross66:

Good evening!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @8:25
Welcome, Ross
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uptownjen:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:24
Big fan of this one!
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Ross66:

I like Gary’s later records a lot. He lives up here, just outside of Rochester NY which seems crazy for a Hollywood kid!
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AZabba:

My, oh my ... River Deep
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cometothesunshine:

↳ AZabba @8:28
Nice version!
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Ross66:

Great Everlys track!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @8:31
Yeah, that was the B-side
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Ross66:

I saw that Leon was on the Sinatra 65 album, which I listened to over the weekend.
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Erica:

↳ Song: "So You Say You Lost Your Baby (mono 45)" by "Gene...
Was just thinking of The Byrds too.
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Ross66:

↳ Erica @8:33
Gene Clark was so great!
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Javilu:

I have this song by Harpers Bizarre. Love it.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Javilu @8:35
written by Leon with Donna Washburn
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Guess I Must Be Dreamin'" by "Delaney Bramlett"
I met Delaney once at an Everly Bros. show
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Song: "Guess I Must Be Dreamin'" by "Delaney Bramlett"
Excellent singing.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @8:38
Very unDElaney & Bonnie!
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cometothesunshine:

bah-bah-bah's for you all
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Erica:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:41
But no la la las...yet
  8:43pm
Andres:

Competing with the doo doo doo’s.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:39
Just wanted to say - Absolutely a great-FAB TIME here today with all of you.
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Ross66:

↳ MOM WHIG @8:43
Hey Mom Whig!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Ross66 @8:44
good to see you here - about to go to bpn
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Ross66:

Love this Donovan song!
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AZabba:

Memories of The Asylum Choir
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Erica @8:42
here are your lah lah lahs
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Ross66:

↳ MOM WHIG @8:45
See you there!
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Max Danger:

↳ MOM WHIG @8:45
Hey Mom! See you all over there in a bit.
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Ross66 @8:46
I'm checked in already - the line is long
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cometothesunshine:

↳ AZabba @8:46
Yes, the Asylum Choir got played at the top of the Orange Peel Hour
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Max Danger @8:46
Yes see you in a few then
  8:48pm
Stuart:

Were you gonna play the Four Preps' 1967 version of "Love of the Common People", later made famous by Paul Young in the 1980s?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Stuart @8:48
Not enough time, sorry
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Beantown Doug:

Something I've come to appreciate from Come to the Sunshine is how busy producers, arrangers, and engineers must have been in the 60's.
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Erica:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:46
Thanks!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @8:49
The arrangers role is something I really have spotlighted and I admire
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Ross66:

↳ Beantown Doug @8:49
That’s very true
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Carmelita2:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:49
The arranger contributes so much to a song.
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Beantown Doug:

So much incredible music created under so much pressure to get it done.
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Dennis:

Made it for the end! Cheers!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Dennis @8:51
Welcome, Dennis
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Dennis @8:51
how's the tour going?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Dennis @8:51
You got a shout out from Orange Peel at the top of his show
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Stuart:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:16
Thanks - I was only half joking. Years ago in the 80s (it may have been an early version of the Happy Together tour) I saw Gary as part of an oldies show, and he played the lead guitar break in "She's Just My Style", which was surprising (to me).
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Stuart @8:52
He used to teach guitar and drums in the 70s
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uptownjen:

↳ Song: "Land Of Oz" by "Le Cirque"
I like this!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @8:52
I used to have multiple copies!
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uptownjen:

↳ Beantown Doug @8:49
Same!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Land Of Oz" by "Le Cirque"
He embraced the postPepper sounds
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Erica:

Munchkin voices are trippy.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Well Wired (mono 45 mix)" by "Daughters Of Albion"
This whole LP is good
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uptownjen:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:54
I like both songs played tonight (now and on OP’s show).
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Stuart:

Omg Daughters of Albion - I remember when this was new.
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cometothesunshine:

Wish I had time for Asylum Choir, the old Bunny has beaten me
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Dennis:

Driving along, digging the sounds
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Ross66:

Gnite, see everyone next week!
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Max Danger:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:54
Yeah, I got a Beatles/George? vibe from that a bit.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @8:56
Speaking of which: I want to thank everyone for their support of WFMU and Come To The Sunshine. I hope to see you in May
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Carmelita2:

It’s been a great show Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

I will be traveling with Micky for all of April (and the end of March)
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AZabba:

↳ cometothesunshine @8:47
Kudos to you, Andrew!!
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SkeletonPete:

Thanks Andrew. Lovely mix of UK and Oklahoma via LA tonight.
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Max Danger:

Love your show Andrew. Thanks!
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Carmelita2:

Have a good tour
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cometothesunshine:

I'll be on the look out for music and keeping you in my heart. Take care! We'll meet again...
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Erica:

Fun show Andrew. Take care.
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cometothesunshine:

Bye for now...take care of Orange Peel while I'm gone.
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Andres:

Great show, Andrew! I’m going to have a hard time passing on any 45s in the thrift store with a Leon credit after this!
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Stuart:

NYC radio used to play "John Flip Lockup" by Daughters of Albion
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