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Options November 10, 2012: It Gets Me

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Artist Track
Rezillos, The  It Gets Me   Options
Albert Collins  I Don't Know   Options
Rusty & Doug Kershaw w/ Wiley Barkdull  We'll Do It Anyway   Options
Junior Wells  I Need Me A Car   Options
Ray Barretto  Mercy, Mercy Baby   Options
Frankie Miller  Mailbox   Options
Los Locos Del Ritmo  Pan Con Mantequilla   Options
Jack Reeves  Not Enough Of Me To Go Around   Options
Wee Willie Walker  I Ain't Gonna Cheat On You No More   Options
Nick Lowe  Let Me Kiss You   Options
Bo Pete (aka Harry Nilsson)  Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun)   Options
Johnny Cash  Don't Think Twice, It's Alright   Options
Slim Harpo  I'm Gonna Keep What I've Got   Options
Shoes  Love Is Like A Bullet   Options
Hangmen, The  What A Girl Can Do   Options
Jim and Jesse McReynolds  El Cumbanchero   Options
Staple Singers, The  It's Been A Change   Options
Duke Reid Group  Soul Style   Options
SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES  Commercial for Side 1   Options
Explorers Club, The  No Good To Cry   Options
Rivieras, The  Oh Boy   Options
Joe Carson  I'll Be There   Options
Hanibal  My Kind of Girl   Options
Rezillos, The  Top Of The Pops   Options
Roy Orbison  Workin' For The Man   Options
Hardrock Gunter  Gonna Dance All Night   Options
George Smith  Yes Baby   Options
Sexteto Electronico Moderno  Coming Home Baby   Options
Cherry Twister  Maryann   Options
Manfred Mann  Sha La La   Options
Ronnie Dawson  High On Love   Options
Hurricane Harry  My Last Meal   Options
Bucky  Oh Maranda   Options
Wheels, The  Kicks   Options
Wheels, The  Kicks   Options
Mitch Jacobs Band  What's So Hard About Love   Options
Denzil "Dumpy" Rice  De-Funky Dumpy   Options
Splitsville  How Deep Is Your Love?   Options
Newbeats, The  Top Secret   Options
Spade Cooley  Hillbilly Fever   Options
Dionne Warwick  I'm Your Puppet   Options
Teenage Fanclub  Will I Still Have Thee?   Options
Rita and Friend  How Can Women Do It?   Options
Longmont Potion Castle  Stop Playing Harmonica   Options

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SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES has 22 guaranteed #1 hit songs - and each recorded EXCLUSIVELY FOR THIS COMPILATION!

These recordings are available ONLY here!

WFMU's Super Hits of the 70's front cover

Here's an alphabetical list of the amazing bands and songs - click on the band names for more info!:

1) Bambi Kino "You’re 16"
2) Frank Bango "You Wear It Well"
3) The Bo-Keys featuring Percy Wiggins "Stuck In The Middle With You"
4) Bucky "Band Of Gold"
5) The Chandler Travis Philharmonic “Right Back Where We Started From”
6) Paul Collins “Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling”
7) The Dahlmanns "Ring Ring"
8) Dennis Diken with Bell Sound “Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)”
9) Mike Doughty "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
10) Eugene Edwards “I Hear You Knocking”
11) The Explorers Club “Don’t Pull Your Love”
12) Stevie Jackson and The Wellgreen "Rock Your Baby"
13) Ray Mason Band “Come And Get Your Love"
14) The Minus 5 (Scott McCaughey & Peter Buck) "Arms of Mary"
15) Joe Pernice “It's Different For Girls”
16) Jay Sherman-Godfrey "Couldn't Get It Right"
17) Shibboleth “The Rockford Files”
18) Splitsville “How Deep Is Your Love”
19) Frank Lee Sprague “Can’t Get Enough”
20) Mike Viola "Lonely Boy"
21) Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby "The Guitar Man"
22) Yo La Tengo "I Saw The Light"

CLICK HERE to pledge & get your copy of SUPER HITS OF THE 70's !

CLICK HERE to download the 15 page LINER NOTES to "Super Hits of the Seventies!"

CLICK HERE to hear clips from side 1 of SUPER HITS OF THE 70's !

CLICK HERE to hear MORE clips from side 2 of SUPER HITS OF THE 70's !

CLICK HERE to see the cover of the 1975 K-Tel LP that provided inspiration!

CLICK HERE to see the 1975 K-Tel commercial that provided inspiration!

CLICK HERE to see the back cover!

CLICK HERE to read The New Yorker magazine article on Super Hits of the Seventies!

CLICK HERE to read The New York Daily News article on Super Hits of the Seventies!



Thanks to:

-Steve McFarland for the package design & amazing Photoshop work on the front cover!
-Thomas Placke for editing the video!
-Scott Anthony for mastering the project!
-Rex lending his voice talents to the commercials!
-All the bands who donated their time & creative genius to make this happen
-You for your pledge to the 2012 WFMU Fund Raising Marathon!
-Michael Shelley 2012

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Listener comments!

  11:05am Ken From Hyde Park:

The show today should be just super!
  11:35am glenn:

why should today's show be different from the rest? they're all super.
Avatar 11:38am Annie:

Avatar 11:41am Michael Shelley:

Any suggestions of what song to play from SUPER HITS OF THE 70s - something that will entice folks to pledge??
  11:43am Ken From Hyde Park:

I'd recommend Mike Doughty.
  11:44am seang:

The Dahlmanns all the way!
  11:48am sweet cheri:

michael how about "STAND TALL" by burton cummings?
  11:53am sweet cheri:

i'm sorry michael i was thinking of another cd set from rhino..
  11:55am Obvious Guy:

@sc: As he wrote, he's asking about his premium CD, which is featured very prominently on the playlist part of this page
  11:59am Mike East:

I think Mike Viola would wet my appetite
  12:00pm Mike East:

...and my wife loves that track, too
  12:22pm drr:

Here's one vote for "How Deep Is Your Love".
  12:23pm Parq:

How disappointing. Because I had the typeface set so small, I miss-read that one track and thought the name of the band was "Modern Electronic Sex".
Avatar 12:23pm Austin Tx.:

That commercial was great!
  12:40pm Mike East:

Of course, this is the track that made me get your premium in the first place. Flawless.
Avatar 12:40pm Michael Shelley:

THANKS! Agree - soooooo very good!
  1:28pm JJ from Finland:

Great show again! Thanks for helping to beat the overall darkness over here!
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