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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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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Images Approx. start time
The Nicols  Delighted To See You   Favoriting   Philips (Holland)  1968  45 
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Teenagers  I Can Hear Them Play   Favoriting   Columbia (Sweden)  1966  45 
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J.J. Cale  After Midnight   Favoriting   Liberty  1966  45 
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Our Future Feelings  Dead Love's Fight   Favoriting   Platina (Sweden)  1969  45 
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The Seeds  Mr. Farmer (mono 45)   Favoriting   GNP Crescendo  1966  45 
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The Griffin  The World's Filled With Love   Favoriting   ABC  1968  45 
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Six Mile Chase  Never In A Month Of Sundays   Favoriting   Dot  1968  45 
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Sandy  All I Really Have Is A Memory   Favoriting   Our Phonograph Records?  1967  45 
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Summer Children  Everybody's Been Talkin'   Favoriting   Apt  1965  45 
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Bobby Jameson  Your Sweet Lovin'   Favoriting   Current  1964  45 
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The Applejacks  Like Dreamers Do   Favoriting   London  1964  45 
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The Lancastrians  Let's Lock The Door (And Throw Away The Key)   Favoriting   Pye (UK)  1965  45 
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The Roulettes  Can You Go   Favoriting   United Artists  1964  45 
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The Goodthings  I've Got Eyes For You   Favoriting   Condor  1965  45 
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The Shillings  Lying And Trying   Favoriting   Three Rivers  1966  45 
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The Sidekicks  Not Now   Favoriting   RCA Victor   1966  45 
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The Purple Gang  Bring Your Own Self Down   Favoriting   MGM  1966  45 
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The Waphphle  Goin' Down   Favoriting   Elektra  1967  45 
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The Third Booth  I Need Love   Favoriting   Independence  1968  45 
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The Appletree Theatre  ...in the beginning...   Favoriting Playback (mono)       
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The Appletree Theatre  Hightower Square (mono LP mix)   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Lullaby   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Saturday Morning   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Nevertheless It Was Italy   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  I Wonder If Louise Is Home   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  E-Train (The Jello Song)   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Meanwhile   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Brother Speed   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  You're The Biggest Thing In My Life   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Don't Blame It On Your Wife   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  Barefoot Boy   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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The Appletree Theatre  What A Way To Go   Favoriting Playback (mono)  Verve Forecast  1968  LP 
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Rick Nelson  Suzanne On Sunday Morning   Favoriting   Decca  1967  45 
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Gary Lewis  Look, Here Comes The Sun (Mono)   Favoriting Listen  Liberty  1967  LP 
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Rick Nelson  Dream Weaver   Favoriting   Decca  1967  45 
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The Appletree Theatre  Who Do You Think I Am   Favoriting   Verve Forecast  1967  45 
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The Epic Splendor  She's High On Life   Favoriting   The Hot Biscuit Disc Company  1968  45 
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Rick Nelson  The Lady Stayed With Me   Favoriting Perspective  Decca  1968  LP 
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The Epic Splendor  Cowboys And Indians   Favoriting   The Hot Biscuit Disc Company  1967  45 
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Gary Lewis  Bring The Whole Family   Favoriting Listen  Liberty  1967  LP 
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Bear  Greetings   Favoriting   Verve Forecast  1968  45 
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The Association  Goodbye Columbus   Favoriting   Warner Bros.  1969  45 
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The Epic Splendor  It Could Be Wonderful   Favoriting   The Hot Biscuit Disc Company  1968  45 
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The Dillards  Brother John   Favoriting Copperfields  Elektra  1970  LP 
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The Baronets  Here Comes The Sun   Favoriting   Sonet  1968  45 
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Rick Nelson  Promenade In Green   Favoriting Another Side Of Rick  Decca  1967  LP 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 5:59pm
AngieBeachBaby:

Hello Andrew!
  6:00pm
uptown jen:

Hey there, Andrew! Looking forward to today’s show.❤️
Avatar 6:00pm
cometothesunshine:

welcome!
Avatar 6:01pm
mce1965:

Hello Andrew - your beautiful sounds are much needed today
Avatar 6:02pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, MCE!
Avatar 6:03pm
sw2442:

Hello Andrew...been looking forward to a new CTTS...
Avatar 6:03pm
cometothesunshine:

me too, sw 2442
  6:04pm
Beantown Doug:

Racy lyrics!
  6:04pm
dreamer:

delighted 2 c you Sandy
Avatar 6:05pm
cometothesunshine:

a Honeybus cover, Doug
Avatar 6:07pm
cometothesunshine:

shake your tambourine
Avatar 6:09pm
sw2442:

Wow...I've never heard the first recorded version of After Midnight ever...I always thought the early 70's version was the first...that was interesting...
  6:10pm
Beantown Doug:

I knew Clapton's record was a cover, but had never before heard Cale's original.
Avatar 6:11pm
cometothesunshine:

Yeah, from 4 years earlier, Doug
Avatar 6:11pm
AngieBeachBaby:

Right sw2442! Amazing what a different vibe the original has
Avatar 6:12pm
cometothesunshine:

14 years in to our show, the first 45 play for the Seeds.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:12pm
Sweet Corn Lizzie:

I remember this Seeds number - I remember thinking it was a weird song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:13pm
myron feld:

Never too late!
  6:13pm
Steve Anderson:

Hi Andrew. Off to a great start! Great to listen to the show live for the first time tho I always catch up. Perfect breakfast radio down here in Australia :)
Avatar 6:13pm
cometothesunshine:

It is an earth day anthem
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cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Steve! Glad you could join us.
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cometothesunshine:

I miss Australia.
  6:14pm
Beantown Doug:

That's a different ending to Mr. Farmer than I know.
Avatar 6:14pm
cometothesunshine:

First issue 45, Doug, with different B-side
  6:14pm
Steve Anderson:

youre always welcome here mate
  6:17pm
Natalie:

Greetings Sunshiners! Had a rare 3pm moment to pop in and say hello!
Avatar 6:17pm
cometothesunshine:

I just picked up this album by the Griffin, had the single for years. Still much to be discovered.
Avatar 6:21pm
cometothesunshine:

Working harder than ever to bring you all the right mix of singles. And very few buying options right now! Definitely digging the sounds that have been buried in boxes from my travels.
Avatar 6:22pm
cometothesunshine:

This great one has escaped ever being played on the show in the past 14 years.
  6:24pm
Natalie:

Andrew, this is a great soundtrack for a cool yet sunny day! I'm on my way out, but I'll be listening on the mobile.
Avatar 6:25pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Natalie!
  6:25pm
Natalie:

Hope to catch another chat sometime soon. Until then, keep rockin' the sunshine.
Avatar 6:26pm
cometothesunshine:

We appreciate you stopping by!
  6:29pm
Beantown Doug:

Thanks for the label scans. I'm sure they're a lot of extra work.
  6:30pm
Amy Linton:

Thanks for all these buried treasures!
Avatar 6:30pm
cometothesunshine:

You are very welcome, Doug!
Avatar 6:31pm
cometothesunshine:

This show is a lot of WORK!
Avatar 6:32pm
sw2442:

I thought Like Dreamers Do was never issued in this country...London Records...learn something new everyday...
Avatar 6:34pm
cometothesunshine:

That's why I am here - I am learning right along side you.
Avatar 6:34pm
cometothesunshine:

And these are the actual singles we are listening to.
  6:34pm
Amy Linton:

They're in great shape!
  6:35pm
Beantown Doug:

"Can You Go" has my favorite sort of driving beat!
Avatar 6:36pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Amy. I do some clean up work on them, but not too much.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:38pm
Gaylord Fields:

Hi, Andrew! Digging the fab beat group 45s!
Avatar 6:38pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Gaylord! Happy belated birthday!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:38pm
Gaylord Fields:

Thanks for the birthday wishes, Andrew!
Avatar 6:41pm
Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

I liked the Good Things!
Avatar 6:43pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, GGGG!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43pm
Gaylord Fields:

Hi, Glynis! I think that record is the utmost too. I'll have to search for a copy.
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cometothesunshine:

It is fairly obscure, happy digging!
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cometothesunshine:

The flipside is good too!
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Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Hi Gaylord
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Gaylord Fields:

Yay, New Jersey's own Sidekicks, a.k.a. The Statesiders a.k.a. The Redcoats!
Avatar 6:46pm
cometothesunshine:

Killer fuzz break on the Sidekicks
  6:49pm
Beantown Doug:

Purple Gang vocalist caught a bit of Eric Burdon's quality.
Avatar 6:50pm
cometothesunshine:

Definitely some attitude, Doug.
Avatar 6:51pm
Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Killer set Andrew!!!
Avatar 6:52pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, I went for it on this one!
  6:59pm
Beantown Doug:

The opening reminds me of Jim Morrison's "You cannot petition the Lord,,, with prayer."
Avatar 7:07pm
cometothesunshine:

This playlist is sometimes a lot to handle!
Avatar 7:08pm
Amy Linton:

Is it Larry Coryell on guitar for most of the album? I saw Zal was on the last cut.
Avatar 7:11pm
cometothesunshine:

Amy, that is quite possible. I have to look on the back of the LP to be sure.
Avatar 7:11pm
cometothesunshine:

He is listed
Avatar 7:11pm
cometothesunshine:

But there are a multitude of musicians listed.
Avatar 7:11pm
Amy Linton:

Quite a lineup of musicians!
Avatar 7:14pm
cometothesunshine:

Love the Rick Nelson version of this song.
Avatar 7:26pm
cometothesunshine:

Great Jack Nitzsche arrangement
Avatar 7:27pm
cometothesunshine:

Some great songs!
Avatar 7:29pm
Woof:

These tunes are fantastic! I'm enjoying the show very much!!!
Avatar 7:31pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, woof!
Avatar 7:31pm
cometothesunshine:

Did you hear your shoutout?
  7:32pm
tbird:

John Boylan wanted me to thank you Andrew. I've been texting him.
Avatar 7:32pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, tbird. Hope he is liking this.
Avatar 7:34pm
Woof:

I did! Thank you so much!!! I thought I was hallucinating from the heat! I was going to go back and listen to the podcast to re-confirm what I'd heard. Lol.
  7:34pm
tbird:

Yes indeed!
Avatar 7:34pm
cometothesunshine:

I dug deep - loads of great stuff from a very productive two-year period, t-bird.
  7:35pm
tbird:

I see that - I worked with him for 10yrs and haven't heard some of these gems
  7:37pm
tbird:

I emailed Boona (Terry) yesterday but haven't heard back. Hopefully he'll check it out.
Avatar 7:37pm
cometothesunshine:

tbird: I will post a link online for all to hear aftershow.
  7:38pm
tbird:

Yes please do. I told John there's a movement a brewin' ha!
Avatar 7:39pm
cometothesunshine:

Well, his songs and productions from this era are lesser known, but much loved.
Avatar 7:40pm
cometothesunshine:

I have spent years collecting them.
Avatar 7:40pm
cometothesunshine:

We did meet once at a party and he told me he thought George Harrison borrowed from his Look, Here Comes The Sun.
Avatar 7:42pm
cometothesunshine:

This is a fantastic song, also done by Teddy Neely.
  7:43pm
tbird:

and James Taylor's "Something In The Way She Moves" for "Something" George had good taste
Avatar 7:45pm
cometothesunshine:

I have another musician friend who was in a UK group called Nirvana in the 1960's - he loves Playback, one of his favorite albums of all time.
  7:47pm
tbird:

Do you think it's true it was John Lennon's fav at some point?
  7:48pm
Beantown Doug:

I listened to the Association's "Renaissance" album today.
Avatar 7:49pm
Marc Francis:

Hullo! Loving the choooooons!
Avatar 7:50pm
cometothesunshine:

tbird - quite possible. Had fans in the UK for sure.
Avatar 7:50pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Marc Francis!
Avatar 7:53pm
sw2442:

Thanks for another wonderful show Andrew...can't wait for the next new episode...
  7:54pm
Santos L Halper:

Thanks Andrew, great to have you here live. Till next time
Avatar 7:54pm
Woof:

Great show, Andrew!!!!
Avatar 7:54pm
cometothesunshine:

Thank you all - see you some Monday soon!
Avatar 7:55pm
Olivia Greene:

Thanks! Caught the last few sets, and now
look forward to listening to the archived entirety.
Avatar 7:55pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, as always, Olivia!
Avatar 7:58pm
mce1965:

Wonderful job as always Andrew!!
Avatar 7:58pm
cometothesunshine:

Thanks, everyone!@
Avatar 7:58pm
cometothesunshine:

Stay tuned for Orange Peel.
Avatar 7:59pm
cometothesunshine:

Wow!
Avatar 8:19pm
Amy Linton:

That was a real treat! Thanks, Andrew!
  10:58am
Rao:

Great episode! Thanks for the amazing music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:00pm
Brian in UK:

Andrew, just picked up on this Playback special. As you mentioned, 'What A Way To go' is just sublime. You just drift away on those final notes.
Bought Playback around 69/70 over here. It still stands the test of time.
I think that the first trick was to get jazz musicians playing so the music is tight.
Then John Boylan already an embryo engineer/producer who loved playing with flanging/phasing and other studio techniques.
Then top notch songs from both the brothers & some playful ideas.
I did get to heat Boona's album some years later & the eventual followup. His record label called Spinnaker seemed appropriately named.
You mention at 7.45 a musician. I am guessing that it might be Pat Campbell-Lyons. Loved their early albums, bought the Pentecost Hotel single around Oct '68.
Ah well back to reality, love what you do.
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