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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 10, 2023: Featuring The Koobas

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Meddy's People  Sha-La-La-La-Lee   Favoriting   Quality (Canada)  1968  45 
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Ben Durell  Stop That Girl   Favoriting   Philips  1966  45 
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The Untamed  It's Not True   Favoriting   Planet  1966  45 
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Four Just Men  Things Will Never Be The Same   Favoriting   Tower  1965  45 
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The Surfaris  Somethin' Else   Favoriting   Decca  1965  45 
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The L.A. Teens  You'll Come Running Back   Favoriting   Decca  1965  45 
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The Surf Suns  Still In Love With You Baby   Favoriting   Ben  1967  45 
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The Togas  Baby, I'm In The Mood For You   Favoriting   Challenge  1965  45 
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The Druids  Cool, Calm And Collected   Favoriting   MNO  1966  45 
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The Specktrum  Confetti   Favoriting   Somethin' Groovy  1967  45 
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Sounds Around  What Does She Do   Favoriting   Piccadilly (UK)  1966  45 
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Herbie's People  Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. Jones   Favoriting   OKeh  1966  45 
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Len And Glen  Boo-Hoo-Hoo   Favoriting   Columbia  1966  45 
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Shubert  Until The Rains Come   Favoriting   Fontana (UK)  1968  45 
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Pandamonium  Fly With Me Forever   Favoriting   CBS (UK)  1968  45 
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The Condors  It Was A Lie   Favoriting   Ariola (Germany)  1967  45 
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The Clique  Time, Time, Time   Favoriting   ABC-Paramount  1965  45 
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The Happy Feeling  Hey, Little Man   Favoriting   Barry (Canada)  1969  45 
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The Cisum  Mrs. Orange   Favoriting   Epic  1968  45 
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The Darwin's Theory  Daytime   Favoriting   Major Minor (UK)  1967  45 
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The Kubas  I Love Her   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1965  45 
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The Kubas  Magic Potion   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1965  45 
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The Koobas  Take Me For A Little While   Favoriting   Pye (UK)  1965  45 
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The Koobas  Somewhere In The Night   Favoriting   Pye (UK)  1965  45 
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The Koobas  Sweet Music   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1966  45 
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The Koobas  Face   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1966  45 
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The Koobas  You Don't Love Me (live)   Favoriting     1966      1:20:14 (Pop-up)
The Koobas  Shake (live)   Favoriting     1966      1:23:43 (Pop-up)
The Koobas  Gypsy Fred   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1967  45 
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The Koobas  City Girl   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1967  45 
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The Koobas  Daddy Rolling Stone   Favoriting Top Of The Pops - 59  BBC Transcription Service  1965  LP 
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The Koobas  Money Go Round   Favoriting     1967  45 
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The Koobas  The First Cut Is The Deepest   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1968  45 
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The Koobas  Where Are The Friends?   Favoriting Koobas (mono)  Columbia (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Koobas  Barricades   Favoriting Koobas (mono)  Columbia (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Koobas  Circus   Favoriting Koobas (mono)  Columbia (UK)  1969  LP 
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The Koobas  Walking Out   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1968  45 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 5:56pm
cometothesunshine:

Welcome!
  6:01pm
Dennis:

Aloha! Great lead-in by Peel today!
Avatar 6:01pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, he did okay.
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hi Andrew and fellow listeners! Looking forward to another fab episode!
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uptownjen:

Hi, Andrew. Looking forward to today’s show!
Avatar 6:02pm
Erica:

Hi again Andrew. Looking forward to the Koobas today.
  6:02pm
Javier:

Hi everyone!!
Avatar 6:02pm
Carmelita2:

Hi Andrew! I was so happy there’s another live show this week! Hi everyone!
Avatar 6:03pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks for joining me! Lotsa great 45s today.
Avatar 6:03pm
cometothesunshine:

I struggled with this one, since it is pressed off center.
  6:04pm
Javier:

I'm not sure any Koobas CDs had been issued from tapes. Maybe Cherry Red can do that? They sold even more obscure stuff, so why not Koobas?
Avatar 6:05pm
cometothesunshine:

↳ Javier @6:04
You should write to them
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Javier, is the BGO disc not from tape? I don't have it, but I've never heard a disc from them (80s or beyond) that is a needledrop...!
  6:07pm
Javier:

I did but no one replied!! Shame!
  6:07pm
Dennis:

Untamed, indeed! Yowzer!!!
  6:09pm
Javier:

BGO disc is sadly missing most of the singles!
  6:09pm
Dennis:

Wuzzat Nicky on piano, as on the original?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Dennis @6:09
Guess you'd have to ask Shel Talmy, sounds like it.
Avatar 6:11pm
cometothesunshine:

Some Gary Usher for you
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Beantown Doug:

Always enjoy Gary Usher!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:11
Me too!
  6:16pm
Javier:

Hey Andrew, when can we expect the rest of Monkees SDEs?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:16pm
Beantown Doug:

Nice contrast between the two Decca labels.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Javier @6:16
I don't know
  6:18pm
Javier:

So sad! Still cannot open my copies of previous ones
Avatar 6:19pm
BritishInvasionBrinley:

Never heard this version - definitely worthy of A-side status, even if not by the Brummels!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:19pm
myron feld:

Andrew, any idea if the Ronald Weiser who wrote "You'll Come Running Back" is Rockin' Ronny Weiser of Rollin' Rock records fame?
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cometothesunshine:

I do not know
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Beantown Doug:

↳ Song: "Still In Love With You Baby" by "The Surf Suns"
How young were these guys to play so fast without speeding up the tape??
Avatar 6:21pm
uptownjen:

↳ Song: "Still In Love With You Baby" by "The Surf Suns"
Okay. Mind blown. Ben Records…New Haven, IN?!? That’s the small town where I teach!!!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @6:21
The other side is good too
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Carmelita2:

↳ uptownjen @6:21
Wow that must have been wild seeing that label
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uptownjen:

I looked up the address. It’s right behind where the old East 30 Drive-In used to be. Where did you find that, Andrew?
Avatar 6:24pm
cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @6:24
It came from Academy Records in Brooklyn, NY
Avatar 6:26pm
uptownjen:

I found out some info on them. Gonna do some more research!

indiana-bands-60s.blogspot.com...
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Beantown Doug:

So many independent record labels back then. I wonder how much money a would-be music mogul had to pull together to launch a label? I recall reading that Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss didn't have a lot of capital to finance the formation of A&M.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "What Does She Do" by "Sounds Around"
One of many wonderful John Pantry confections
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Beantown Doug @6:30
Several hundred dollars, which was a lot of money back then. Recording was also quite expensive.
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uptownjen:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:24
Turns out there were a lot of random releases (20-ish that I found) put out on BEN Records over the years. Mind blown.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ uptownjen @6:33
Good to know!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

↳ Song: "Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. Jones" by "Herbie's Pe...
Fantastic (first?) version of this track! Came as quite a shock when I first heard it, compared to the Mellotron-drenched Manfreds!
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Carmelita2:

↳ BritishInvasionBrinley @6:34
I think I like this version better.
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uptownjen:

↳ Carmelita2 @6:35
I like it, but the Manfreds version is tough to beat, in my opinion.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Song: "Boo-Hoo-Hoo" by "Len And Glen"
Dino, Desi & Billy also recorded this song
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

↳ Carmelita2 @6:35
I enjoy them both for different aspects, though I think some of the best musical elements of the Manfreds' version are lost in the mix (particularly the stereo, a bit less so the mono). Some bootleg mixes from the multitrack stages do it better justice!
  6:40pm
Javier:

Are those bootleg mixes of Manfreds are from tapes?
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Definitely so, Javier. They might be a generation (or few) down, but they sound quite good and provide lots of insight into how meticulously crafted their Fontana recordings were!
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Carmelita2:

↳ BritishInvasionBrinley @6:38
Would be interesting to hear that.
Avatar 6:44pm
BritishInvasionBrinley:

↳ Song: "Fly With Me Forever" by "Pandamonium"
Never heard this, but really digging it! On the fine line of baroque pop and proto-prog!
  6:45pm
Javier:

Wow, i would love to get a copies of that Manfreds bootleg tapes!
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Gaylord Fields:

Sorry, Andrew, no presents for you!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Gaylord Fields @6:46
What?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47pm
Gaylord Fields:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:46
Just causing some pandamonium here.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Gaylord Fields @6:47
Will send you my address
  6:47pm
rychurd:

quick check in whilst I take a pool n sunshine break between meetings! sounding great sir!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ rychurd @6:47
Thank you, rychurd - Orange Peel sez, Hullo
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Gaylord Fields:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:47
Perhaps someone will give me a copy and then a second copy of each of those Pandamonium singles, and then we can both be happy.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Gaylord Fields @6:49
You are blowin' my mind
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:24
Hi Andrew, I remember when Academy Records was in Manhattan. Always found great stuff there!
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cometothesunshine:

lalalalalalalah
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @6:51
There is still one there too
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:51
Cool! I haven’t been to NYC in awhile.
Avatar 6:53pm
Erica:

Well we found a lalala
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Ross66:

↳ Erica @6:53
Indeed!
  6:57pm
rychurd:

dig this version!!
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:51
I was listening to a couple of the Kinks CDs you worked on last night. They sounded great!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ rychurd @6:57
Tell Us Rychurd
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @6:57
Thanks, Ross!
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:57
YW!
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myron feld:

↳ cometothesunshine @6:57
Exactly! Are these the Sandals in disguise?
  6:58pm
rychurd:

ha...this is a song that seems to get better the slower it's played. I love the tension that results!
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Ross66:

I've yet to find a legit pressing of that Kubas album! Scarce!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @7:04
Very rare indeed
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Erica:

🧪
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Gaylord Fields:

Thanks, Andrew, for spotlighting my third or maybe fourth fave Liverpool group (just ahead of the Dennisons, but behind the Fabs/Searchers)!
Avatar 7:08pm
cometothesunshine:

↳ Gaylord Fields @7:07
Always happy to help out
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Ross66:

↳ Gaylord Fields @7:07
Were they Liverpudlians Gaylord?
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MOM WHIG:

Hi Andrew - Dennis - BritishInvaytion - uptownjen -Erica - Javier - Beantown Doug - myron feld - Carmelita2 - Gaylord - RW - Ross66 - SORRY LATE TO THE PARTY
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Gaylord Fields @7:07
1. The Beatles
2. The Searchers
3. The Merseybeats
4. Swinging Blue Jeans
5. 23rd Turnoff
6. Gerry & The Pacemakers
7. Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas
8. Escorts
9. Koobas
10. Kirkbys
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Ross66:

Hey Mom Whig!
  7:11pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Ross66: Sure were Scousers! They even toured with the Beatles!
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Carmelita2:

Hi Mom Whig!
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:10
Awesome list, Gaylord!
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Beantown Doug:

Mom Whig is here!
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Hard to disagree with the picks or the order, Andrew! Really been digging the Escorts recently, wish there were more recordings of them!
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, Mom Whig
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Erica:

Hi Mom Whig. Where were you last week?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:13pm
Gaylord Fields:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:10
Unsurprisingly close to my ranking! Glad to see the Escorts!
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Ross66:

↳ Beantown Doug @7:12
Hey Beantown Doug!
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Gaylord Fields:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:10
Hiya, MW!
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Ross66:

↳ Ross66 @7:12
I meant Andrew’s list!
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Ross66:

The lads do look like hard rockers on the album cover. But, they’re Merseybeat!
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MOM WHIG:

↳ Erica @7:13
I was only listening then
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

↳ Song: "Sweet Music" by "The Koobas"
With no disrespect to other Liverpool groups, the Koobas were certainly one of the few groups from there to successfully (and within a timely manner) move on from beat music and evolve quickly... This is a great example of how they set themselves apart even that early!
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Erica:

↳ Ross66 @7:15
They look a bit like the Kinks for sure.
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Ross66:

↳ BritishInvasionBrinley @7:16
Yes, intersting! After 1966 most of the Merseybeat groups were done.
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Gaylord Fields:

↳ Ross66 @7:14
Funny, but it’s pretty much my list too, except add the Dennisons and make it 11. And Ray Ennis’ vocals alone justifies Andrew’s high SBJ’s ranking in my book!
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Ross66:

↳ Erica @7:17
Yes, they do!
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Ross66:

↳ Gaylord Fields @7:19
Wasn’t there a group known as the Undertakers?
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Ross66 @7:20
Yes, indeed
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cometothesunshine:

with Jackie Lomax
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:21pm
Gaylord Fields:

↳ Ross66 @7:20
Yep, with future Apple Records artiste Jackie Lomax on lead vox.
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:20
Cool!
  7:22pm
Dennis:

IMHO Jackie Lomax should have gotten half a point on the song “Get Back”
Avatar 7:22pm
Ross66:

↳ Dennis @7:22
Yeah? Did he work on it?
  7:23pm
Dennis:

Or I suppose GH should have….
  7:24pm
Dennis:

The phrase appeared as a scat at the end of Sour Milk Sea
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Ross66:

↳ Dennis @7:23
Or Donovan! Lol
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Ross66:

I love Don though!
  7:25pm
Dennis:

As Paul is pulling the song together in the “Get Back” film, at one point he sings “Get back, Jackie”
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Ross66:

↳ Dennis @7:25
Aye, I vaguely remember that!
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Gaylord Fields:

↳ Ross66 @7:24
He was the fourteenth or fifteenth fifth Beatle, for sure.
  7:26pm
Dennis:

Lol Gaylord! Hi, by the way.
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BritishInvasionBrinley:

Unfortunately have to head out, but this has been fabulous! Definitely coming back later on to hear the rest. Love 'Gypsy Fred'! Have a great night everyone.
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Ross66:

The Star Club tapes are in the works using AI
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Ross66:

↳ BritishInvasionBrinley @7:27
Gnite!
  7:28pm
Dennis:

YESSSSS! Great news!!
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Ross66:

Peter Jackson apparently is doing it
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Sounding great Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Glynis GirlGroupGirl @7:29
Thanks so much, Glynis!
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Gaylord Fields:

↳ Dennis @7:25
Hi, Dennis! Good to chat with ya, pal! And yes, it’s another example of Paul’s uncanny talent for spinning random throwaway monents into pop gold.
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Glynis GirlGroupGirl @7:29
Hope you are doing well!
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:29
This great music too. Had not heard much by them!
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Erica:

Seems that by 1967 the Merseybeat and British sound died out in favor of the psychedelic/hippie music scene. Makes me wish I were there.
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Ross66:

↳ Erica @7:34
There were the Mod groups in-between albeit briefly.
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Erica:

↳ Ross66 @7:35
Mod was part of the mid 60s sound.
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Ross66:

↳ Erica @7:36
True
  7:39pm
Dennis:

This is a really clever lyric
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Ross66:

When the Quadraphenia film came out, I wanted to go back in time to that era so bad!
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Ross66:

The British teens in the 60s didn’t have the threat of the Draft hanging over them.
  7:43pm
Dennis:

This is amazing stuff, Andrew! I’d seen their name and heard a track or two in passing, but this Koobas spotlight is a real revelation!
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cometothesunshine:

↳ Dennis @7:43
Glad you are digging it!
  7:43pm
Dennis:

Gotta love that ‘Tron Mk II
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Ross66:

This reminds me of the Hollies.
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Ross66:

Butterfly period Hollies
  7:46pm
Dennis:

Yeah Ross, I can practically hear Allan Clarke seething in the background!
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Ross66:

↳ Dennis @7:46
I have a really poor bootleg of this album that I’ve not played much. I need to pull it out though.
  7:48pm
Javier:

Is mono Koobas are from tape?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:50pm
Gaylord Fields:

↳ Ross66 @7:43
At least not after compulsory service ended in 1960. John and Ringo almost literally dodged a bullet.
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Ross66:

↳ Javier @7:48
I wonder too. 1969 was pretty late for mono on EMI label.
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Ross66:

↳ Gaylord Fields @7:50
Wow, they did
  7:51pm
Javier:

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MOM WHIG:

Andrew - Always a pleasure to listen to your show -- FAB FAB time here
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cometothesunshine:

↳ MOM WHIG @7:51
Thank you!
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Ross66:

↳ Javier @7:51
I do have a mono copy of Hollies Play Dylan which was round that time though.
  7:52pm
Javier:

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Erica:

🎪🐘
  7:53pm
Dennis:

It’s impossible to overstate the magnitude of mandatory National Service being abolished in 1960, beginning with the fate of the four Fabs. What came afterward never would have happened - and where would we all be? 🙄
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Erica:

Come on come all to the Koobas Brothers Circus!
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Ross66:

↳ Erica @7:54
Lol
  7:55pm
Dennis:

I refuse to believe that folddowns appear on this program - knowingly, at any rate!
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Ross66:

↳ Dennis @7:55
Folds can sound unique in their own right.
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cometothesunshine:

Time to go!
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Ross66:

Great show!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:57pm
Gaylord Fields:

↳ Dennis @7:53
They lost drummer Norman Chapman to the call-up, so it’s not as if they were untouched by it. Just think of that alternatative scenario if he had stayed!
  7:57pm
Dennis:

Great, great job Andrew! Thanks, as always!
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cometothesunshine:

Not a fold - but we did have a friend of mine acting as a chat troll.
  7:57pm
Dennis:

Good point, Gaylord!
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Erica:

Fun show Andrew. The Koobas were something else.
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks all! Stayed tuned for a special Orange Peel after hour
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Erica:

Thank you Andrew!
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Ross66:

↳ cometothesunshine @7:57
A good friend too!
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