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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 May 25, 2020: The Songs of Bob Dylan

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The Beau Brummels  One Too Many Mornings   Favoriting   Warner Bros.  1966  45 
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The Nashville Teens  All Along The Watchtower   Favoriting   Decca (UK)  1968  45 
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Manfred Mann  If You Gotta Go, Go Now   Favoriting   HMV (UK)  1965  45 
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Boz  Down In The Flood   Favoriting   Columbia (UK)  1968  45 
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Dion  Baby, I'm In the Mood For You   Favoriting Bronx Blues: The Columbia Recordings (1962-1965)  Legacy  1991  CD 
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Eddie Hodges  Love Minus Zero   Favoriting   Aurora  1965  45 
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David Jones  It Ain't Me Babe   Favoriting   Colpix  1965  LP 
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The Bows And Arrows  I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)   Favoriting   GNP Crescendo  1965  45 
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The Lords  On The Road Again   Favoriting   Valiant  1965  45 
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Dino, Desi & Billy  Chimes Of Freedom   Favoriting   Reprise  1965  45 
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The Byrds  Nothing Was Delivered   Favoriting Sweetheart Of The Rodeo  Columbia  1968  LP 
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Glen Garrison  I'll Be Your Baby Tonight   Favoriting   Imperial  1968  45 
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Rick Nelson  Walkin' Down The Line   Favoriting Country Fever  Decca  1967  LP 
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Hughes Aufray  Ce Que Je Veux Surtout   Favoriting Aufray Chante Dylan  Barclay (France)  1965  LP 
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Olivia Newton-John  If Not For You   Favoriting   Uni  1971  45 
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Tom Northcott  Girl From The North Country   Favoriting   Warner Bros.  1968  45 
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The Arbors  Like A Rolling Stone   Favoriting Featuring I Can't Quit You - The Letter  Date  1969  LP 
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Linda Gayle  Maggie's Farm   Favoriting   Columbia  1965  45 
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Gordon Waller  Please Mrs. Henry   Favoriting        
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Them  It's All Over Now, Baby Blue   Favoriting   Decca (UK)  1966  LP 
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Fairport Convention  Jack O'Diamonds   Favoriting Fairport Convention  Polydor (UK)  1968  LP 
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The Grass Roots  Mr. Jones (A Ballad Of A Thin Man)   Favoriting   Dunhill  1965  45 
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T.J. Black  She Belongs To Me   Favoriting   Jubilee  1965  45 
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Christopher & The Chaps  It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Bleeding   Favoriting   Fontana  1965  45 
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George Harrison  I'd Have You Anytime   Favoriting All Things Must Pass  Apple  1970  LP 
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Cher  I Threw It All Away   Favoriting 3614 Jackson Highway  Atco  1969  LP 
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Alan Price  To Ramona   Favoriting A Price On His Head  Decca (UK)  1967  LP 
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The Band  Tears Of Rage (Alternate Take)   Favoriting Music From Big Pink  Capitol  2000  CD 
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Manfred Mann  Mighty Quinn   Favoriting   Fontana  1968  45 
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The Vacels  Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?   Favoriting   Kama Sutra   1965  45 
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The Floor  Open The Door, Homer   Favoriting   Phillips (Denmark)  1968  45 
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Dion & The Belmonts  Baby You've Been On My Mind   Favoriting Together Again (mono)  ABC  1967  LP 
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Country Fever  Too Much Of Nothing   Favoriting   Bell  1969  45 
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Manfred Mann  Just Like A Woman   Favoriting   Fontana (UK)  1966  45 
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The Byrds  My Back Pages (single edit)   Favoriting   Columbia  1967  45 
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West  Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues   Favoriting   Epic  1968  45 
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Dion & The Wanderers  Farewell   Favoriting Wonder Where I'm Bound  Columbia  1969  LP 
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David Fisher  Lay Down Your Weary Tune   Favoriting   Columbia  1966  45 
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The Byrds  Mr. Tambourine Man (mono)   Favoriting   Columbia    45 
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The Byrds  Spanish Harlem Incident (mono)   Favoriting Mr. Tambourine Man (mono)  Columbia  1965  LP 
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Gene Clark  I Pity The Poor Immigrant   Favoriting Flying High  A&M  1998  CD 
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Listener comments!

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cometothesunshine:

welcome - show starts in a few minutes
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cometothesunshine:

I love the Shindogs!
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dreamyandseedy:

ready for the sunshine!
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cometothesunshine:

welcome dreamy
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Woof:

Hello Andrew! Looking forward to the Sunshine!
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cometothesunshine:

welcome woof
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mce1965:

Can't wait for the Zimmerman tunes!
  6:01pm
dan the man with ann in a van and a can:

whyyyy arree we waiitingggg
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cometothesunshine:

welcome mce
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cometothesunshine:

welcome dan
  6:03pm
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Been really looking forward to this! Happy Memorial Day!
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cometothesunshine:

welcome ?
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cometothesunshine:

Actually, when I heard Dylan's original of this, I was disappointed!
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Sonny Rickles:

woops! forgot to sign in!
  6:04pm
dan the man with ann in a van and a can:

hiya
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cometothesunshine:

welcome sonny
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cometothesunshine:

hiya
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cometothesunshine:

This is about as heavy as we will get today
  6:06pm
uptownjen:

Hi, friends! Sounding great here in hot, humid, and sunny Chicago.
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dreamyandseedy:

love this song, agree about dylan's version
  6:06pm
She Chimp:

Hi Andrew Oooh Oooh ah ah
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cometothesunshine:

welcome she chimp!
  6:07pm
uptownjen:

Yeah! Manfreds!
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The Big G:

Damn! That Nashville Teens version of Watchtower was killer!
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cometothesunshine:

Jen - when I saw the Manfreds, they closed with this.
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cometothesunshine:

I agree, Big G
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Richard.Whig:

Alright! Totally digging this so far!
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cometothesunshine:

Richard - saved the songs with brass for later!
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Richard.Whig:

Genius concept for a show!! 5 stars!!
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cometothesunshine:

Contrary to the label, this is not DOVE in the Flood
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cometothesunshine:

They were having a flash sale on wah-wahs the day this disc was cut.
  6:11pm
uptownjen:

Aw, man. I think I’d fly to England just to hear that song.
  6:12pm
Debbie D:

Love this!! Covers are the way to go for me.
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cometothesunshine:

#Dion TopFan!
  6:13pm
uptownjen:

+1
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cometothesunshine:

Wild guitar solo - the best!
  6:13pm
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who is on guitar ?
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mce1965:

The original of this is one of Dylan's most hilarious recordings... can't believe it took 23 years to be issued on Biograph
  6:14pm
Vic:

Hi Andrew,
I know its not Bob Dylan...but..i was wondering... if you had a copy of the acetate (very rare) by the Unusuals "Higher Places" you could possibly play in the future?
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cometothesunshine:

I do not have that acetate, Vic
  6:16pm
Vic:

k
  6:17pm
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Gonna Knock on Your Door...this aint !
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cometothesunshine:

they also made harpsichord a big part of the arrangements - or maybe that was just Jack Nitzsche
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cometothesunshine:

? - the guitarist on Dion's record is John Falbo.
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cometothesunshine:

The drummer is really going apeshit on this version of It Ain't Me Babe
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mce1965:

I'm partial to the Sebastian Cabot version of this, but Jones kicks it, I gotta say
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cometothesunshine:

Davy doesn't different verses than the Turtles - his version is way crazier.
  6:21pm
uptownjen:

I like Davy’s version.
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cometothesunshine:

Jen - you mean David
  6:22pm
Debbie D:

Yeah, that was great!
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cometothesunshine:

DD - becoming a Dylan freak!
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cometothesunshine:

Sepe-Brooks were quite the opportunistic production team.
  6:24pm
bobcummins:

Love the show ! Was listening to a fascinating interview today with PF Sloan....he had some fantastic Dylan stories :) !
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cometothesunshine:

Albert Grossman must have enjoyed opening his mail in late 1965. Whole lotta publishing goin' on.
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cometothesunshine:

Bob - yes, Phil told me many Dylan tales. He was a spiritual mentor for him.
  6:26pm
uptownjen:

David
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cometothesunshine:

No one sings Dylan like Dino
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Sonny Rickles:

Too bad these kids didnt have any connections in the music biz
  6:27pm
bobcummins:

But Dad... Gary has a band....why cant I ??!!
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cometothesunshine:

Can just imagine Dean having a cocktail to this one.
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Richard.Whig:

Enjoying all the uk versions!
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cometothesunshine:

1968 was like the second 1965 - a whole bunch of covers from the Basement Tapes demos flooded record bins.
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cometothesunshine:

More UK stuff a-comin' RW
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cometothesunshine:

This is a fine 45 - happy to get to play some California country today.
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cometothesunshine:

Could be James Burton on Dobro
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Last Ave San Francisco:

This is such an awesome show. I just discovered it today. Im hooked. Great Dylan show!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, LASF!
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cometothesunshine:

This is a pretty neat record I bought more than a decade ago - fun to finally get to spin it in a show.
  6:40pm
CC:

Hi Andrew and all...I almost forgot you were on... great setlist so far!!!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, CC!
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cometothesunshine:

If Not For UNI!
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mce1965:

ONJ making her first appearance on a CTTS, I believe
  6:43pm
CC:

Yes!!! Dylan has a way with words, eh!?!...
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cometothesunshine:

MCE - I think she made it on the UNI show.
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mce1965:

As I was typing I thought maybe you'd included a Toomorrow track at some point
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cometothesunshine:

Those records are too expensive for me!
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cometothesunshine:

Whole lotta harpsichord on today's show.
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mce1965:

Donny probably had a few in his storage unit he'd have sold you
  6:50pm
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I posted 8 LIVE performances of Dylan songs on your CTTS FB page, Andrew. My favorite of these is "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)"
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cometothesunshine:

The Arbors going very Harper's Bizarre on this one.
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cometothesunshine:

? - terrific
  6:51pm
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Performed by Al Stewart
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cometothesunshine:

even better
  6:52pm
Sunnygirlfriend13:

This is a trippy version!
  6:52pm
bobcummins:

was the amazing kreskin in the Arbors ?
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cometothesunshine:

Indeed it is SG
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cometothesunshine:

BC - it was a whole band of Kreskins
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cometothesunshine:

This may be the wildest record on today's show
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The Big G:

Absolutely stellar set today. Thanks Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Big G!
  6:55pm
uptownjen:

That was very Lulu, to my ears.
  6:55pm
uptownjen:

Yes! Gordon!
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cometothesunshine:

Unissued Gordon - one of his better cuts!
  7:00pm
CC:

Luv this one!!!
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cometothesunshine:

This is today's moody set.
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cometothesunshine:

tough to chose a version of Baby Blue - from the dozen or so that I have - it was a favorite of many artists. This one kinda is totally its own thing.
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cometothesunshine:

I mean, except when Beck also made it his thing.
  7:02pm
uptownjen:

Dumb me just realized that Them opening was used by Beck as a sample on “JackAss.”
  7:02pm
uptownjen:

Jinx!
  7:03pm
CC:

Eric Burdon must have covered Dylan???
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

hey there everyone! this is another new episode andrew?
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cometothesunshine:

yes, another new episode
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The Big G:

I have the Linda Gayle single. I always wondered if it was Linda Gayle Lewis. You did a great job getting it to sound right. Is yours styrene?
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cometothesunshine:

Yeah, I have good luck with Columbia 45's - Big G
  7:04pm
Sunnygirlfriend13:

Yes very unique version of Baby Blue!
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The Big G:

My fave cut off the first Fairport LP, and that’s saying something
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cometothesunshine:

You are right - never thought about it being Linda Gayle Lewis - also Van Morrison related then!
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

@7:04 cometothesunshine: awesome! A pity I missed the first half, I blame wfmu for having too many good shows at the same time!
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, WFMU has too many choices!
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, love the early Fairport, Big G
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mce1965:

The Fairport version of Percy's Song from a BBC session is amazing
  7:06pm
CC:

this does not sound very Dylanish???
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, they are due for their own spotlight, MCE
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

Dion's It's All Over Now, Baby Blue is my favourite, but close to a tie with Them.
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cometothesunshine:

What a great vocal on this Grass Roots record - Bill Fulton
  7:08pm
CC:

Nice version of this one!!!
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cometothesunshine:

Yes, PCC - love the Dion version too
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love fan:

Lou Adler banking on the name
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cometothesunshine:

yes, he was - I will mention that
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cometothesunshine:

This 45 has some styrine damage, I did my best.
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cometothesunshine:

The 45 just has a magic sound compared to the mono LP
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cometothesunshine:

T.J. Black jumping on the oboe bandwagon.
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cometothesunshine:

Michael Brown hiding somewhere in this record, not very Left Banke.
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cometothesunshine:

I don't know how Fontana thought this would be a chart record
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mce1965:

Tax writeoff
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dreamyandseedy:

thanks for the images, i love looking at em
  7:18pm
CC:

Very nice!!!
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cometothesunshine:

Interesting that George was the only Beatle to write with Dylan.
  7:19pm
CC:

Yes!!!
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mce1965:

No way Lennon or Macca would set themselves up for that... Ringo maybe in the '80's
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cometothesunshine:

I agree - MCE
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mce1965:

During the "Spirit of Rock & Roll" era
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cometothesunshine:

Dylan/Starr coulda been another put-on
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mce1965:

Masked Marauders
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cometothesunshine:

Pneumonia Ceilings
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mce1965:

Exactly
  7:23pm
CC:

you know that John Lennon was impressed with Bob's oratory prowess!!!
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mce1965:

Yes, JL's singing the weather report in the style of Dylan is one of my favorite bootleg moments
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cometothesunshine:

Hard to believe the drunk guy in Don't Look Back got it together to make the most moving Dylan cover on today's show
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cometothesunshine:

and decided he liked Randy Newman more than Bob.
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mce1965:

yes
  7:25pm
CC:

yes MCE...reading the news of the day...
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cometothesunshine:

This song still blows me away. So much more direct in spirit and anguish.
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mce1965:

This is a wonderful alternate
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mce1965:

Richard's vocal is stunning
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cometothesunshine:

The courage to open an album with this.
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mce1965:

Indeed.
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cometothesunshine:

I don't know of any other song that deals with the thoughts of a parent like this.
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

This might be my favourite Dylan cover. EVER.
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cometothesunshine:

This is entirely live - no overdubs, direct to a 4 track
  7:32pm
uptownjen:

That Band cut made Chan very happy.
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

@7:31 cometothesunshine: yep, didn't the band do their vocals at the same time as they were playing their instruments, at least for the better part of their first few albums?
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cometothesunshine:

A Lil' D'Abo Do Ya
  7:35pm
uptownjen:

Hell, yeah!
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cometothesunshine:

PCC - The Band started Big Pink on 4-track and then bounced to 8-track. I mixed that alternate to 1/2" analog tape - I am really proud of my work on their catalog.
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cometothesunshine:

Richard Perry very much in a Bert Berns production bag here.
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cometothesunshine:

This is a very nice record - amazing how people pulled their own melodies out of these songs.
  7:41pm
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Nice cover. I've never heard this before!
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cometothesunshine:

? - I was hoping to have a few surprises today
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johnyoung1234:

Forgot to login before commenting. It's John Young in Maryland!
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cometothesunshine:

Welcome, John
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cometothesunshine:

I really love this Dion & The Belmonts cover
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Matt Clarke:

Good evening Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

welcome, Matt!
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johnyoung1234:

Dion is great. He does this and "One Too Many Mornings" on the live 1971 Bitter End CD.
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cometothesunshine:

You know...this Dylan guy is a pretty good writer!
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Matt Clarke:

Nice version of Too Much
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

hey once more, thanks to both of you, andrew and matt, for your pretty things specials last week
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

The Floor was a surprise, never heard of them, and an awesome cover.
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Matt Clarke:

@Photocopy: Phil forever!
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cometothesunshine:

PCC - The Floor album is well worth checking out.
  7:49pm
uptownjen:

Manfreds x3! Yay!
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Matt Clarke:

Top Dylan cover. Just so great.
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cometothesunshine:

yeah, I think Shel Talmy produced this record.
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cometothesunshine:

Hoping 'Cros is doing okay today.
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Matt Clarke:

Hope so too. Bit of a rough time for him lately.
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johnyoung1234:

I was supposed to do a 'Meet and Greet' with Crosby in a few weeks. His show in Annapolis was postponed until June 2021!
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cometothesunshine:

I think he'll pull through this.
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cometothesunshine:

West are underrated
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Mailman Tom:

Thank you for putting together this tribute to the great Bob Dylan!
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Matt Clarke:

Fantastic version of this.
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cometothesunshine:

You are welcome, MT!
  7:56pm
CC:

Another terrific show, Andrew!!!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks! This one runs a little overtime - a few more songs to come.
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Matt Clarke:

Thanks Andrew! Love Dion's stuff from this era. Will catch up on the rest of the show in the archive! Will stick around 'til the end
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johnyoung1234:

Overtime is good!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Matt - take care!
  7:57pm
Bri:

Love these Dylan covers, most of which I’ve never heard before. Perfect ‘60s music to be accompanied to on a nice drive in a summer day! Thank you!
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Olivia Greene:

Hello, all. I've been listening away from the keyboard.
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Olivia Greene:

This has been a real treat. Thank you, Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Bri!
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cometothesunshine:

I really appreciate that, Olivia - thank you for all of your support.
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

@7:53 johnyoung1234: just a few months before his 80. birthday! He's someone one would've never thought to have lived this long. Many other Byrds were not as lucky.
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mce1965:

Excellent choices all, Andrew... thank you as always!
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dreamyandseedy:

thanks for the tunes!
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cometothesunshine:

My pleasure - a special thanks to the Golden Gate Strings who provided my music beds this week.
  7:59pm
Debbie D:

Fantastic show!
  8:00pm
Doug in Boston:

Couldn't start listening until Dion until a few songs ago, and now with this Dion I realize how much I have missed, and need to hear, beyond "Abraham, Martin, & John.
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Matt Clarke:

@Doug: You definitely gotta check out his mid-60s stuff. It's brilliant.
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johnyoung1234:

@Photocopy Cha Cha: Let's hope he's around a while longer. Some great artists are getting up there in years...
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Debbie!
  8:01pm
Sunnygirlfriend13:

Glad I was able to catch the show live for a change. Great show Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

Doug - I did a Dion show about 13 years ago - not in archive - but someday will be
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, SunnyG
  8:02pm
uptownjen:

Thanks, Andrew! Really loved this one.
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johnyoung1234:

@Doug in Boston: Check out the Live at the Bitter End 1971 CD. Dion does a great solo version of "Abraham, Martin and John" on it.
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Jen!
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Woof:

Super show, Andrew! Thank you so much!!!!
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johnyoung1234:

Great show Andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Woof!
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Matt Clarke:

Great stuff Andrew! And the best one to top it off!
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cometothesunshine:

Thanks, JY1234
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

every new show you offer comes always as a nice surprise for me; thanks for this andrew!
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cometothesunshine:

It was a real pleasure - it was wonderful to share this music with you.
  8:07pm
Bri:

Nothing like good ol 60 folk rock for long drives
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Photocopy Cha Cha:

the bass going out of tune in Spanish Harlem Incident always cracks me up
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cometothesunshine:

We'll meet again some sunny day...
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Matt Clarke:

Brilliant choice Andrew. Love it
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The Big G:

Just listened again on my walk this morning. Such a good set. Great way to end it too. Sunday was the anniversary of Gene’s passing.
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