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Favoriting January 19, 2019: Beach Boys Vs. Stones Vs. The Band: Three authors discuss their recent books w/ Harvey Kubernik, Ian Rusten & Tom Smucker

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Artist Track
Beach Boys, The  We're Together Again (track & background vocals)   Favoriting
Rolling Stones, The  Out Of Time   Favoriting
Levon And The Hawks  What A Party   Favoriting
Robb Storme Group, The  Here Today   Favoriting
Strangers, The  I Can Hear Music   Favoriting
Keith Moon (John Sebastian on vocals)  Don't Worry Baby   Favoriting
Rincon Surfside Band  Hawaii   Favoriting
Queers, The  Don't Back Down   Favoriting
Peggy March  Aren't You Glad   Favoriting
Beach Boys, The  I'd Love Just Once to See You (alt. version)   Favoriting
Tom Smucker  Interview   Favoriting
Beach Boys, The  I Want to Pick You Up   Favoriting
Mighty Avengers, The  Walking Through The Sleepy City   Favoriting
Chris Farlowe  I'm Free   Favoriting
Cliff Richard  Blue Turns To Grey   Favoriting
Kindred Spirits, The  Under My Thumb   Favoriting
Sam Elwitt  In Another Land   Favoriting
Jimmy Radcliffe  Satisfaction   Favoriting
Rolling Stones, The  Route 66 (live in Liverpool or Manchester)   Favoriting
Ian Rusten  Interview   Favoriting
Rolling Stones, The  Rip This Joint (live 1973 Brussels)   Favoriting
Dionne Warwick  The Weight   Favoriting
Buckaroos, The  The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down   Favoriting
Tommy Cash  Long Black Veil   Favoriting
Levon And The Hawks  He Don't Love You (And He'll Break Your Heart)   Favoriting
Harvey Kubernick  Interview   Favoriting
Band, The  King Harvest Has Surely Come (alternate mix)   Favoriting
Laura Cantrell  What You Said   Favoriting
Amy Rigby  Beer And Kisses   Favoriting
Faith Healer  Sufferin' Creature   Favoriting
Della Reese  Brand New World   Favoriting
Longmont Potion Castle  ROPE   Favoriting

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CLICK HERE for info on Chris Stamey's new songbook & double album Kickstarter

CLICK HERE Robbie Fulks And Linda Gail Lewis' interview & performance on Fresh Air

CLICK HERE Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis LIVE & unplugged at Paste studios!

CLICK HERE for interesting photos of closed music clubs

CLICK HERE for info on the new Chris Stamey track!

CLICK HERE for info on the new compilation "Back Patio Bliss" produced by listener Baby!

CLICK HERE for a free download of the new album "Matt Gets Blue" from Matt Lucas

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CLICK HERE to test if you hear Yanny or Laurel

CLICK HERE for an interesting short film about R. Stevie Moore

CLICK HERE for info on Copyright Termination Experts

CLICK HERE to read Michael Shelley's comic "Oh No, It's Tinnitus!"

CLICK HERE for very funny excerpts from a notebook where record store clerks logged "anytime we got a dopey phone call, boneheaded comment, or generally batshit customer experience"

CLICK HERE for Quincy Jones on Paul "the worst bass player I ever heard" McCartney, Michael "stole a lot of stuff" Jackson, Astrology, and who killed Kennedy!

CLICK HERE for "Replacing Ringo? The Story Behind Bernard Purdie and The Beatles"

CLICK HERE for a map, with audio links, to whatever the #1 song is in 3000 places around the world

CLICK HERE for a step-by-step guide to repairing damaged record sleeves

CLICK HERE for testimony given by Taylor Swift in Colorado district court

CLICK HERE to read the four key lessons learned from the Steely Dan estate lawsuit

CLICK HERE for the animated guide to compression

CLICK HERE to watch a video about a guy who represents was America is all about

CLICK HERE for the official "How To Read Nancy" website

CLICK HERE to check out drummer Jim Gordon's discography

CLICK HERE to listen to/download 1000s of digitized 78s

CLICK HERE to watch Robbie Fulks cover NRBQ at FMU

CLICK HERE for selection from the British Library’s extensive collections of unique sound recordings, which cover the entire range of recorded sound: music, drama and literature, oral history, wildlife and environmental sounds

CLICK HERE for an interview with Brian Wilson where he says "Mike Love is probably the greatest lyric writer in the world. I think he’s my favorite lyric writer. He just wrote a lot of good songs"

CLICK HERE for "Student Group Apologizes for Playing ‘Transphobic’ and ‘Problematic’ Lou Reed Song"

CLICK HERE to see how Steve Keene does it

CLICK HERE for 28:46 of "NRBQ & Friends"

CLICK HERE for "Marty Stuart: The Story of Clarence White & The Parsons/White StringBender "

CLICK HERE to find out "How the Nashville Number System revolutionized recording sessions"

CLICK HERE for the 1988 piece "Who Does Chuck Berry Think He Is?"

CLICK HERE Cheap Trick on "Live At Daryl's House"

CLICK HERE to hear from the amazing Bob Washington, the voice of K-Tel

CLICK HERE for a new song titled "People Are Disgusting" from Jonathan Richman

CLICK HERE to listen to a new interview with Jonathan Richman

CLICK HERE to listen to "Musicians fighting Spotify are ‘so f-cking dumb,’ music industry pundit Bob Lefsetz says"

CLICK HERE to read a Mike Love sympathetic piece titled "Beach Boys seek to overcome discord with new wave of Love"

CLICK HERE to listen to a new NPR interview with Brian Wilson

CLICK HERE for an interesting piece about a journalist trying to interview Brian Wilson

CLICK HERE to read the report on Kippington Lodge's 1967 BBC audition - Includes phrases "painful" & "tone deaf" then CLICK HERE to have a listen & decide for yourself

CLICK HERE for "The Truth of the Flamin' Groovies' Story is Stranger Than Fiction"

CLICK HERE to see the March 25th Hot 100 chart - when Happy Together was number one!!

CLICK HERE for detailed Pet Sounds credits

CLICK HERE for a piece on how they come up with radio ratings & Delilha's radio show

CLICK HERE to see a Thought Leader gives a talk on Thought Leadership

CLICK HERE to find out Why Classic Rock Isn’t What It Used To Be

CLICK HERE to find out Why You Can’t Get a Ticket to the NBA Finals … … and every other major event on the planet

CLICK HERE for a great documentary about The Cactus Blossoms

CLICK HERE to hear "How Music Taste Evolved"

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CLICK HERE for Ringo's isolated drums from "Oh Darling"

CLICK HERE to see some paintings by Jonathan Richman

CLICK HERE for "Rob Freeman Recording The Ramones"

CLICK HERE to see The Michael Shelley Band live at WFMU's Monty Hall

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CLICK HERE to see Michael Shelley get interviewed on a NJ public access TV show "Destination Montclair"

CLICK HERE if you have the stomach to read Rolling Stone's ridiculous "100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time"

CLICK HERE to go "Inside the Strange, Hidden World of Offstage Touring Musicians"

CLICK HERE to watch The Cactus Blossoms live at WFMU April 18, 2015

CLICK HERE to watch James Hunter sing "Somethings Calling" live at WFMU Dec 7, 2015 - just so so so good

CLICK HERE for a nice piece on former guest on this show (and the drummer for The Beatles) Bernard Purdie

CLICK HERE to test your sense of pitch

CLICK HERE for Wilton Felder's so good isolated bass on "I Want You Back"

CLICK HERE to find out "Why Do All Records Sound the Same?

CLICK HERE for a cover of a Michael Shelley song!

CLICK HERE for The Cactus Blossoms on The 30 Minute Music Hour

CLICK HERE for info on the new, all instrumental, Michael Shelley album

CLICK HERE for a documentary and discussion of The Columbia House Record Club

CLICK HERE to test yourself and find out "How Well Can You Hear Audio Quality?"

CLICK HERE for an article about Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" with files of the isolated tracks to listen to

CLICK HERE to see actual AFM contracts for some legendary recording sessions

CLICK HERE to read Carol Kaye review of the book "The Wrecking Crew: The Inside Story of Rock and Roll's Best-Kept Secret" or CLICK HERE to read Carol's review of The Hoover Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, BH50010

CLICK HERE to see part one of a short behind the scenes film about Brian Wilson's new album "No Pier Pressure"

CLICK HERE for Brian Wilson's new song "The Right Time" (feat. Al Jardine) live on SoundStage. and

CLICK HERE for "Wild Honey" feat. Blondie Chaplin & Ricky Fataar

CLICK HERE for a great 2012 Rolling Stone piece about the 2012 Beach Boys reunion

CLICK HERE for a great piece on Better Records, whcih sells old lp pressings that sell for astronomical prices, e.g: The Police’s Synchronicity: $350

CLICK HERE for "It Sure Seems Like Neil Young’s Pono Player Is Bullshit"

CLICK HERE for "Why Cds May Actually Sound Better Than Vinyl"

CLICK HERE to create never ending always changing loops of a music files you upload

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CLICK HERE for PopSpots: exact locations of album cover photos and other visuals of pop history - tracked down with an obsessive level of research

CLICK HERE for 1971 tapes of Bob Dylan getting rightfully testy with A.J. Weberman (who used to go through and sell Dylan's garbage)

CLICK HERE for "Mind-Blowing Six Song Country Mashup" - which, if it is real, is pretty mind blowing

CLICK HEREfor the answer to the question "Do Coat Hangers Sound As Good Monster Cables?"

CLICK HERE to watch Nick Lowe and Los Straitjackets or CLICK HERE to listen

CLICK HERE to watch Nick Lowe & Lost Straightjjackets live!

CLICK HERE for the genius school teacher who wore the same outfit for yearbook pictures for 40 years

CLICK HERE Foo Fighters with Rick Nielsen doing "Stiff Competition" on David Letterman

CLICK HERE for the preview of the new WFMU documentary "Sex And Broacasting"

CLICK HERE for a piece about mastering that says that sometimes mastering recordings makes them worse

CLICK HERE for The K-Tel Story


CLICK HERE to see "Triumph Watches The World Cup, Part 1"

CLICK HERE for something odd: on the website of session guitarist Jay Graydon (he plays the guitar solo on Steely Dan's "Peg") he lists playing guitar on Cheap Trick's studio version of "I Want You To Want Me" among his 1977 credits.

CLICK HERE for some audio Illusions - "Can You Trust Your Ears"?

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CLICK HERE to play Name That Drum Fill

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CLICK HERE to hear Bernard Prurdie talk about all kinds of things - including saying "Ringo's not on anything"

CLICK HERE for a film excerpt "Session Men - Memphis"

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CLICK HERE for Ronee Blakley singing "Tapedeck in His Tractor" from "Nashville"

CLICK HERE to play the web Theremin

CLICK HERE to see drummer Joff from the band Bucky so some drawings of old people

CLICK HERE for wrong from the get go NPR blog "The Worst Songs Of All Time?"

CLICK HERE to see why the cowardly anonymous culture of the internet drives me even more crazy then art does

CLICK HERE for a little background on the Buddy Rich tapes

CLICK HERE for the The Knack - this clip (with hard panned guitars) will help you understand the division of guitar parts in this song - which is not quite what I thought it was

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CLICK HERE for info on an odd e-book "Nick Lowe: A Long Career That Never Gets Stale." It is 4 pages long and "sells" for $1.99. The same author has one about Dean Martin that was reviewed like this: "This pamphlet was complete gargbage. A sixth grader could have written a better essay. All of this author's works should be removed from Amazon."

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CLICK HERE for some amazing RARE STAX MUSIC from tapes Robert Gordon pulled out of the debris when the STAX building was being torn down!

CLICK HERE for Ernie Bushmiller illustrated autobiography, on an amazing website

CLICK HERE for The Mills Brothers

CLICK HERE for James Jamerson & Gladys Knight going nuts on I Heard It Through The Grapevine

CLICK HERE for a nice piece about the the L.A. studio musicians who dominated the 70's sound.

I love THESE Beach Boy videos!

CLICK HERE for some classic Jerry. The whole clip is crazy - but 2:13 in is really off the charts nuts.

CLICK HERE for Paul Anka's famous post-gig turned into a short film!

CLICK HERE for an recent Montclair Times article on Michael Shelley!

CLICK HERE to read how Big Star's "September Gurls" was recorded at Ardent Studios

Apparently Bowie offered "Golden Years" to Elvis Presley - but The King declined. CLICK HERE former guest Stevie Riks nails the Elvis/Bowie duet version.

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Listener comments!

Avatar #1 Hit Supporter Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 11:01am
Listener Baby:

I believe it's time for some "Double Dip" #1 Hits.

So nice. Hairs on back of neck, you know?

On vacation in beautiful Indian Rocks Beach, FLA. Listening to the show on East Coast time. Weird.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:09am

Good morning Michael and fellow listeners! If the first three tracks are any indication, this battle of the bands is going to be something.
Avatar #1 Hit Supporter Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 11:10am
Listener Baby:

Should I say "Triple Dip"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am

Happy Saturday!

morning michael - looking forward to the show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:20am

hey there Mike: gonna be able to fit all this in to a two hr show?
i think you should have a three hour slot!
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Sonny Rickles:

This is awesome!

moonie was gonna sing this???
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Jimmy Wipper:

This is great! Sebastian kinda sounds like Pat Dinizio here.
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Dr. Goot:

Yeah, Moonie butchered it.
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Psyched for this. About halfway through Tom's book.

great idea to play other band's versions...so twisted!

the show used to be 3 hours if i remember right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:27am

@DFT thought so. what up with that, kenzo?
you so kray-kray!
Cal Zone!:

That 'not so little' Peggy March cover was wonderful!

wow - is that the burnt out denny?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41am

So strange. Brian the child
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42am

this pick you up tune sounds like something terry from the Q would cover
andy fuchs:

man, some of the finest music in rock history...and.....that... oy
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Good Morning Michael, and gang!

I have that K. Moon album (which is entertaining, in a novelty kind of way). There are 2 versions of "Don't Worry Baby" on the reissue, and the second (bonus cut) has no info as to who's on it....is it John S? How do you know?
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Mailman Tom:

"Blue Turns to Grey" sends chills up my spine!
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Sinatra, Change has come.....Thumb.

Mike, not saying I disagree because I'm not familiar enough, but was Keith's playing sloppy in the recent clips you referenced? What was lousy about it? And I agree 1,000% that the "badass" image is tired as heck. Nothing rebellious about it at all. You know what Jane's Addictiom said 30 years ago...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am
Jim Price:

i could never take, "In Another Land" seriously but Sam Elwitt does a great job!

sometimes i take the stones for granted but boy they wrote alot of great tunes - especially the earlier stuff,

wow im listening to wfmu and give the drummer some radio at the same time
Avatar 11:59am

Disagree Mikee, was at the Indianapolis Motor speedway show in 2015, tightest band i ever heard.

Such a rush. Molly’s December’s Children.

Also, best Super Bowl halftime musical performance.
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I find it appropriate that the Beachmen and the Ramones are the first two in the Music Matters series. Although I can't think of a single objective thing they have in common, I always thought the Ramones were a natural extension of the Beach Boys. Maybe it's just that they're both so damn American.
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Michael Shelley:

@Russ - I'm saying the whole things is messy/sloppy, not completely in a bad way

@Jake - they can be great, absolutely, but live lately they usually are not

@DG - en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm

Emotional rescue is great!
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Mike Sin:

Keith basically, at this point, projects the image his fans want him to project. He was never really a "bad ass"... No highly popular rock star ever really is... They behave a particular is a very tight bubble and the world reacts... Keith is one of a kind and completely fabulous as a musician, performer, and songwriter, though.

Part of the problem is that Mick stopped singing with any emotional intent after ‘72, and became a full time dervish.

@Mike Sin sounds like KR is enslaved to what his fans expect of him image-wise, then? That doesnt sound very liberating. I think there are downsides to having your ego stroked for decades. Someone like John Frusciante, on the other hand, has the right idea
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm
Hughie Considine:

Christgau was good on this: "And for the most part Jagger was a disgrace. Once his slurs had teased, made jokes, held out double meanings; now his refusal to pronounce final dentals--the "good" and "should" of "Brown Sugar," for example--conveyed bored, arrogant indolence, as if he couldn't be bothered hoisting his tongue to the roof of his mouth."

Go to your room!
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Dr. Goot:

@ Michael - Yeah, thanks for the link. That Moonie album was basically a big party and some fun tracks came out of it, despite his lack of vocal talent. youtu.be...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:19pm

you can goof on the corporate beast that the stones became if you please, but that mono box that came out a couple of years back proves just how real they were at one time

Shelley: I get understand what you're getting at. I reached 18 with Some Girls, so it has a particular resonance. Though I have to say now the early blues inspired Stones are beyond comparisonor me Like His Majesty's...

Thanks, Michael! I have the 1st reissue of "Two Sides..", which only has a few bonus cuts (& doesn't include that version of the song). Wasn't aware that they reissued it w/a bonus disc (! incredible for something this marginal), I wonder how much "better" it is than the original.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm
Hughie Considine:

Some Girls came after a string of records that were increasingly derided and was hailed as a return to form, which come on, it totally was!
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It doesn't get much better than Whispering Pines.
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I am a who/Keith Moon Fanatic and had to get Keiths solo album out of my collection, yuch !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm
Hughie Considine:

I know the feeling, @jake, I don't listen to Entwistle's Rigor Mortis Sets In too often either.

these songs sorta make more sense as straight up country numbers

Saw the Stones 3 times (the last in '03, the Garden show that was on HBO) and they were always great/together. Saw some clips of them a few years ago that were definitely embarrassing, then saw that "Summer Sun" concert from Hyde Park on cable a few eyars ago, and they still sounded good...so maybe (like McCartney & other "veterans") they have good nights & bad night? (Also, The Last Waltz is one of the best concert movies ever, band squabbles/controversies notwithstanding.)
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Dr. Goot:

Entwistle could sing and wrote his own songs, Moonie was just looking for someone to hang out with. youtu.be...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm

Oh, man, this Levon side just cooks, doesn't it? Lost gem.
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Michael Shelley:

yes, one thing about the stones is their many phases - the early records with so many covers, their poppy mid 60s stuff, the records that show their interesting transition into a harder band, Exile and the next few... then Some Girls, then the 80s records (which I mostly like), then...

who's singing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm
Hughie Considine:

True, @Dr. Unfair to lump him with Keith's solo stuff. But I still don't reach for it.
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the hawks backed up canadian jazz guitarist lenny breau on a very early recording
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:30pm

Every time it pops up on my iTunes, I think, who the hell *is* that? They have a lot of great records, but that tune seems sort of sui generis in its funkiness. Any others like that?
Frank Zaatar:

That wasn't just a slightly squarer version of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down--that sounded downright pro-Confederate. I always thought Levon was being kind of ethnographic, but these guys are obviously sad they lost the war.

I know Michael has a plan for the show, but will there be an update on the situation in Shamokin?
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Dr. Goot:

Well, anyway, Moonie was a pisser - youtu.be...

Like, where is everyone meeting with their lawyers, were they right to trust themselves to go to a Turkey Hill, exactly how are the donits there, etc.?
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Michael Shelley:

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Elton John's "Levon", he got the name from Levon Helm being such a big Band fan.
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Michael Shelley:

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I saw The Band minus Robbie at the Beacon, forget the year.

Thanks, Michael. That's too bad about Dutch. I great article, but I would have like to hear Officer Siko's take too. BTW, my dad raised me on The Band, so loving it today.
Avatar 12:49pm

Great show Michael, Thank you. Thank you WFMU!
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I am a fan of Entwistles solo albums, out of print Whistle Rhymes", is great. Frampton plays guitar on it among others. A must have album.
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and yes great show
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Exiles' is a definitive masterpiece - album - even if not their best songs.
Watching the video of the Stones @ Oldachella - thinking it's the oldest act going thru the motions - & - @ the same time - no one else has that experience to compare...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'm nuts for TheWho - & I don't know Whistle Rhymes. Embarrassing...
Avatar #1 Hit Supporter Marathon 2024 Swag For Life Member 12:58pm
Listener Baby:

The best. Period
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Great show man!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

TheBand stuff sounded like it had always been as soon as it was.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

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