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Options April 6, 2019: Guest: More With Elliot Lurie of Looking Glass

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Artist Track
Ray Conniff And The Singers  Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)   Options
James Brown  I Can't Stand Myself (When You Touch Me) pt.3   Options
Cactus Blossoms, The  See It Through   Options
Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson  Love Will Come Sneaking Up On You   Options
Howard Roberts Quintet  I Say A Little Prayer   Options
Flamin' Groovies  Shake Some Action   Options
Blox, The  The Way I'n Gonna Be   Options
Ted Hawkins  Happy Hour   Options
Arthur Alexander  Black Night   Options
Kinks, The  Jukebox Music   Options
Sarah Borges  Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)   Options
Elliot Lurie  Interview   Options
Looking Glass  Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)   Options
Strangers, The  Jennifer Eccles   Options
Jim and Jesse McReynolds  Roll Over Beethovan   Options
Major Lance  Monkey Time   Options
Pioneers, The  Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)   Options
Kiss  Christine 16   Options
Simon Turner  Sex Appeal   Options
James O'Gwynn  Someone Sweet To Love   Options
Ronnie Jones  My Love   Options
Queers, The  Girl About Town   Options
P.F. Sloan  What Am I Doing Here With You?   Options
Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton  Milwaukee, Here I Come   Options
Truman Thomas  (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher   Options
Dave Edmunds  Bad Is Bad   Options
Tony Hazzard  Me The Peaceful Heart   Options
Roy Hogsed  Gonna Get Along Without You   Options
Bobby Byrd  Signed, Sealed, Delivered   Options
Modern Lovers, The  Modern World   Options
NRBQ  When I Feel You Around Me   Options
Viceroys, The  Heartbreak   Options
Chung Gwin  New Saigon   Options

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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"

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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"

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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

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

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

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CLICK HERE to hear "How Music Taste Evolved"


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

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

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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"

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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.

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



Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:00am Listener Baby:

Ever have one of those days when just the word Baby, is all you need to say? Yup, me neither. Good morning!!
  Sat. 4/6/19 11:03am prudy:

easy listening Brandy. Though the original was also easy listening. But I love it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:03am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Howdy, Listener Baby! Howdy to every Michael on earth! Greetings to the rest of you kooks.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:04am Sid:

Sounds like Ray Conniff needs a little Discwasher.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:05am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Ray gargles with Discwasher every morning, that's why his pipes are so sparkling!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:07am Sid:

Owwww!
  Sat. 4/6/19 11:10am prudy:

looking forward to the CB show at the Bowery Ballroom this Thursday!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:11am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Confirming that i carry my Michael Shelly's #1 Hit Club card in my wallet at all times.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:11am SmokinJ:

This is fantastic ms! We need to learn more about Elliot Lurie! 8-)
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:13am Sid:

Still using carts for those bumpers?
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:14am SmokinJ:

Hey! Carts rule! ;-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:15am Bill in W.O.:

Today in music trivia. Fountains of Wayne's fabulous 2nd record, UTOPIA PARKWAY, was released 20 years ago to-day, 4/6/99. Time flies, and stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:16am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Every band i was ever in wound up hating each other.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:17am Sid:

I really don't miss having to take carts apart and unstick them.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:18am SmokinJ:

Use better carts!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:19am Sid:

Carts all eventually need TLC. Of course, so do computers and servers.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:19am SmokinJ:

I've serviced them for decades. Not real popular these days but my heart has a soft spot for them. Radio wouldn't have happened without them...
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:21am Sid:

True. I have nostalgia for my mix tapes too, but I won't voluntarily go near a cassette when I can rip a CD or load a playlist. They don't melt .
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:22am SmokinJ:

Each to his own! People are lazy.. :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:29am Itzall Ablurr:

Good morning, anonymous friends of the WFMU boards, let's all drown our sorrows with the truly insane Ted Hawkins. From when "Country" was real.
  Sat. 4/6/19 11:29am paul:

Happy Hour sounded like a Robbie Fulks song
  Sat. 4/6/19 11:33am Listener:

it stinks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:37am Hughie Considine:

Dave's harmony vocal on the bridge really kicks this one thru the goalposts.
  🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:40am Listener Robert:

It's not often I wait to finish some tasks, then boot up and log in to throw a discouraging word about something a half hour earlier, but...that version of "Brandy" you opened with was overwrought, UNeasy listening, sorry.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:41am SmokinJ:

So true Listener Robert! That song s a one of a kind. Hopefully we'll hear the real one soon. ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:42am Listener Baby:

Baby. Heading your way tonight, sort of. Phillip's way is more like it. Eesh, not as excited about it as I used to be. PS. you are on fire.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:43am Michael Shelley:

Anybody listening in Maine?
  🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:44am Listener Robert:

This version may not be my favorite, but it's not bad.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 11:44am Sid:

faded chain?
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 11:45am SmokinJ:

The key is the vocal. No sub for Lurie!
  Sat. 4/6/19 11:49am prudy:

perfect Pop tune
  Sat. 4/6/19 11:56am Vinnie Favale:

Mike Douglas show guest when Looking Glass was on was Tony Curtis. Curtis was cohost
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:00pm Michael Shelley:

Vinnie Favale! Did you just remember that?
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:02pm SmokinJ:

Vocal recording extraordinaire!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:04pm Sid:

Gotta go dig out my 7" of 'Brandy.' I think the horns on the single were more prevalent. The one we heard on WABC ever 90 minutes.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:04pm Sid:

...every 90 minutes
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 4/6/19 12:05pm brooklynbanzai:

The what club? Sambuterra?
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:06pm adam:

I just watched a documentary on the hollies and they spent a ton of time putting down this song and lots of the poppy stuff from this period
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:07pm SmokinJ:

Sid..Not often enough!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:08pm Vpfavale:

Lol..i remembered from growing up. I also have a database of the mike Douglas show handy and confirmed it in two min. The Douglas show is one of the greatest libraries that still is mostly under lock and key. Raspberries performing “go all the way” is on YouTube but lots of great stuff (like Beach Boys) hasn’t been seen in decades
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:08pm Michael Shelley:

Sam had a club the - CANT REMEMBER SHIT - club. He gave me a membership card.
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:12pm Pedro in Arlington:

A lot of people might not know but Major Lance's daughter is mayor of Atlanta.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:13pm Sid:

From wiki - "Jennifer Eccles was written by members of The Hollies with input from their wives and the title is a combination of their names (Allan Clarke's wife Jennifer nee Bowstead and Graham Nash's wife from 64 to 66 was Rose nee Eccles) and after criticism of "King Midas in Reverse" and was a return to the popular format that had been commercially successful though not necessarily lyrically sophisticated." So it was a forced return to the pop template.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 4/6/19 12:14pm common:

Percussion
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:15pm Juke Joint Jonny:

Love that Jim and Jesse cut on Roll Over Beethoven. So much drive in that hillbilly groove.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 4/6/19 12:17pm myron feld:

Juke Joint Jonny, you are SO right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 4/6/19 12:17pm common:

Michael. You just read my mind. Kiss!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:18pm bebe:

Kiss sucks as a band...and as people.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:18pm Sid:

"She's' been around, but she's young and clean." From Brandy to this in 15 minutes!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:19pm scott:

Christine turned out to be Hanna and kicked your arse.
  Swag For Life Member Sat. 4/6/19 12:21pm Geoff in Ottawa:

I took my seven-year-old to see KISS here in Ottawa Wednesday night. He fell asleep halfway though. But I did not.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:21pm Sid:

Only #25 because of the lyrics I just quoted perhaps? Kind of like Raspberries' "Tonight." Great record, but a bit too far lyrically.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:22pm Bill in W.O.:

@Sid, Gene Simmons, always a gent.
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:23pm DG:

The Mike Douglas shows were shown on VH-1 in the '90s on that "Archives" show they had for awhile (back when they were a music station). They'd show clips, or sometimes entire shows (they aired the whole John & Yoko-hosting week later at night, I think--I know I taped them). I did a story on that for a TV magazine & interviewed Bill Flanagan, who told me about all the incredible stuff they had (maybe not all of it got into the show). Not sure if you can get the MD shows now.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:23pm Sid:

Gene as gentlemen. LOL Bill!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:24pm DG:

Gene Simmons is the D. Trump of rock.
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:25pm bebe:

Truly a horrible human.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:26pm Sid:

It's a nightmare getting clearances for the old talk shows to air today. One of the nostalgia cable nets ran Johnny Carson for awhile - took them over a year to get a year's worth of shows cleared for broadcast.
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:29pm DG:

Is it because of the music rights, or is it a matter of dealing with the Carson, Douglas, etc. estates? VH-1 didn't show Carson stuff, but "Archives" definitely showed Douglas, Dick Cavett, and maybe some other talk show clips.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 4/6/19 12:31pm myron feld:

Michael, I saw you at P.F. Sloan's final (I think) performance at the 2015 Ponderosa Stomp.
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:33pm Sid:

Antenna TV got the rights from the Carson family, but then had to go get the clearances separately for each act on the show. That was the hard part
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:33pm Michael Shelley:

MF - and it was very good!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:35pm Sid:

Looking forward to seeing Nick Lowe & Los Straitjackets next Sat night.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:38pm Michael Shelley:

ME TOO SID!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:39pm Sid:

Michael did you opt to see Nick at The Bowery or Tarrytown?
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:41pm Sid:

Wish Dave Edmunds would come out of retirement, but I guess that's a done deal.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:41pm Michael Shelley:

tarrytown!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:43pm Sid:

MS, Tarrytown is probably a wise choice. We can compare reviews in 2 weeks, NYC vs Westchester.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:43pm ChrisB.:

I am also going to Tarrytown. Staying over, in fact!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:44pm johnk77:

another great show
interviewer and selecter
mike douglas was very nice
in person
and seemed genuinely interested
in the musical guests
johnny carson not so much
ed mcmahon was that show's
schmoozer for the guests
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:47pm Michael Shelley:

THANKS!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:48pm scott:

The Dick Cavett Show and Tom Snyder on youtube stuff is pretty good: Harrison, Hendrix, Forrest Gump/Ono, even Hoffa!
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:52pm johnk77:

dick cavett very into
popular music of the times
he was super nice to janis joplin
cavett also easy to talk to
off-stage and in rehearsal
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:52pm Johnzon:

thanks for sharing the modern lovers with us in the modern world
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:53pm Johnzon:

Dick cavett was great... if you watch the Marlon Brando interview MB kinda breaks down why he's so good
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:54pm scott:

Mike, maybe you could consider talking to Cavett on your show?
  Sat. 4/6/19 12:54pm Kid Kennedy:

Nice home stretch of songs....!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:56pm Sid:

The pause that refreshes....
  🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 12:58pm Listener Robert:

Yay!
Avatar Sat. 4/6/19 12:58pm Jimmy Wipper:

By my name, forget it! This NEVER gets old. Great show!
Avatar 🎃 Sat. 4/6/19 1:00pm Sid:

It would be better if your name was on the list. That tactic is always current.
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