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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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Options October 12, 2020: Featuring Grapefruit

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Raintree Minority  You're Just What I Was Looking For Today   Options   Amaret  1969  45 
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The Mojo  Not Too Old To Start Crying   Options   Reprise  1968  45 
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Dino, Desi & Billy  Thru Spray Colored Glasses (mono 45 mix)   Options   Uni  1969  45 
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The Paper Fortress  Butterfly High   Options   VMC  1968  45 
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The Nashville Teens  The Biggest Night Of Her Life   Options   Decca (UK)  1967  45 
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The Devils Brigade  Dreaming Is   Options   United Artists  1968  45 
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Phineas & The Lemon Fogg  Anything Can Happen (When You're Lonely)   Options   Scepter  1968  45 
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Buffalo Springfield  Merry-Go-Round (stereo 45)   Options   Atco  1968  Cassette 
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Nilsson  Sister Marie   Options   RCA  1968  45 
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Chad & Jeremy  You Are She (mono single mix with handclaps)   Options   Columbia  1966  45 
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The Black Sheep  Feeling Down   Options   Columbia  1967  45 
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The Cyrkle  The Words (mono)   Options   Columbia  1967  45 
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The Fourth Dimension  Rainy Day   Options   Columbia  1966  45 
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Gene Clark  Echoes   Options   Columbia  1966  45 
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The Sparrow  Tomorrow's Ship   Options   Columbia  1966  45 
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Herman's Hermits  For Love (mono 45)   Options   Columbia (UK)  1966  45 
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The Rain  Take It Away   Options   MGM  1966  45 
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The Action  Never Ever (single mix)   Options   Parlophone (UK)  1967  45 
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The Pretty Things  Talkin' About The Good Times (US 45 mix)   Options   Laurie  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  Another Game (UK mono LP)   Options Around Grapefruit  Stateside (UK)  1969  LP 
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Grapefruit  Yesterday's Sunshine (UK mono LP)   Options Around Grapefruit  Stateside (UK)  1969  LP 
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Grapefruit  Elevator (UK mono 45 mix)   Options   RCA Victor (UK)  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  Yes (UK mono 45 mix)   Options   RCA Victor (UK)  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  C'mon Marianne (UK mono 45 mix)   Options   RCA Victor (UK)  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  Lullaby (UK mono LP)   Options Around Grapefruit  Stateside (UK)  1969  LP 
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Grapefruit  Round Going Round (album version - UK mono mix)   Options Around Grapefruit  Stateside (UK)  1969  LP 
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Grapefruit  Dear Delilah (UK mono 45 mix)   Options   RCA Victor (UK)  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  Ain't It Good (UK mono 45 mix)   Options   RCA Victor (UK)  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  Someday Soon (UK mono LP mix)   Options Around Grapefruit  Stateside (UK)  1969  LP 
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Grapefruit  Sweet Little Miss No Name   Options Yesterday's Sunshine  RPM  2016  CD 
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Grapefruit  Do What You Want To   Options Yesterday's Sunshine  RPM  2016  CD 
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Grapefruit  Round Going Round (single version - UK 45 mix)   Options   Stateside (UK)  1969  45 
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Grapefruit  Somebody's Turning On The People   Options Yesterday's Sunshine  RPM  2016  CD 
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Grapefruit  Someday Soon (alternate version)   Options Yesterday's Sunshine  RPM  2016  CD 
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Grapefruit  Breaking Up A Dream (live on Top Gear)   Options   BBC Transcription Service  1968  LP 
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Grapefruit  Trying To Make It To Monday (Top Gear Session)   Options   BBC Transcription Service  1968  LP 
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Grapefruit  This Little Man (demo)   Options Treacle Toffee World (Further Adventures Into The Pop Psych Sounds From The Apple Era 1967-1969)  RPM  2008  CD 
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Grapefruit  The Dead Boot   Options   RCA Victor (UK)  1968  45 
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Grapefruit  One More Try   Options Yesterday's Sunshine  RPM  2016  CD 
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Grapefruit  Say You Don't Mind   Options Top Of The Pops 183  BBC Transcription Service  1968  LP 
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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00pm Matt Clarke:

Hey Andrew! Looking forward to this show
Avatar 6:01pm cometothesunshine:

Hey, thanks, Matt!!!
Avatar 6:02pm sw2442:

Hello Andrew...sounds like another great show...
Avatar 6:03pm cometothesunshine:

Hello - thanks, sw 2442
Avatar 6:04pm cometothesunshine:

I fixed up all of today's singles and the Grapefruit hour is better than I could do fourteen years ago - so much more music is available.
  6:04pm Lee:

hi Andrew, sounding great, really looking forward to this show!
Avatar 6:05pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Lee - these are some of my favorite records!
Avatar 6:05pm mce1965:

Great to revisit the classics - and I have donated to the cause. I expect a rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone by the end of the program.
Avatar 6:06pm cometothesunshine:

MCE 1965 - I gave blood to get this show on the air today, my thanks are all that is left.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07pm Matt Clarke:

The effort is always appreciated, Andrew
Avatar 6:08pm mce1965:

That will be quite sufficient, then
Avatar 6:08pm cometothesunshine:

The singles sounding good - this is a cut above my original recorded in a laundry room edition.
  6:09pm uptown jen:

So glad we get to revisit these early shows with you. I missed the early episodes the first time around.
Avatar 6:09pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Jen. When I stop complaining about the time it took, I will enjoy it too!
Avatar 6:10pm cometothesunshine:

Great to pull out these 45's - the core of my collection - to give them fresh plays.
Avatar 6:11pm cometothesunshine:

Tandyn Almer was some kind of arranger
  6:12pm johnyoung1234:

Hey Andrew...great to be here. Technical question--how do you clean up these 45s? Is it software or hardware based? They sound great!
Avatar 6:13pm cometothesunshine:

Vic Smith - ready to produce the Jam?
Avatar 6:13pm mce1965:

Not enough room on the label for the Coppersmith
Avatar 6:14pm cometothesunshine:

JY - I use both. VPI record cleaner, Record Research stylus cleaner, Audio Technica turntable, RX Izotope RX Pro Advanced software - declicking only.
Avatar 6:16pm cometothesunshine:

Lone 45 by The Devil's Brigade. Sounds like Hal Blaine on drums.
Avatar 6:18pm mce1965:

For sure... that pattern is owned by HB
Avatar 6:19pm cometothesunshine:

Ray Pohlman as arranger kinda tells you it was likely Hal. But I have heard Jim Gordon pull off the Hal sound.
Avatar 6:20pm cometothesunshine:

The Wilder Brothers owned a studio on Santa Monica Blvd. - near the Rhino Store - they did tape transfers. I guess Soft Pop only paid so many bills.
Avatar 6:22pm cometothesunshine:

Nothing like the wacky stereo sound of CSG
Avatar 6:22pm mce1965:

Just about to say the same thing
  6:22pm johnyoung1234:

I was just conversing with Richie Furay via email last week! He's a nice guy...
Avatar 6:23pm cometothesunshine:

Ultimate frowny face EQ
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:23pm Matt Clarke:

Always really liked this Buffalo Springfield song. And love this mix with the xtra stuff
Avatar 6:23pm cometothesunshine:

It was a real highlight to play guitar behind him a few years back, JY
Avatar 6:23pm cometothesunshine:

Me too, Matt - not sure why they remixed for the album.
  6:24pm johnyoung1234:

I has never heard "Sister Marie" until I bought "Where the Action Is". That box set turned me on to so many great songs. Still one of my favorite box sets ever.
  6:24pm Jason Brewer:

This is an incredible set Andrew!
Avatar 6:25pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, JY & Jason. I got a lot of ideas for that bix set from these early shows.
Avatar 6:25pm mce1965:

I shall be listening via mobile for the rest of the show but thank you for the blood sweat & tears in a totally non-David Clayton-Thomas way
  6:26pm johnyoung1234:

I was always hoping there would be a "Vol. 2" of "Where the Action Is" since I've heard so many great songs on your shows since then.
Avatar 6:26pm cometothesunshine:

You are very welcome, MCE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:26pm Candy-O'67:

Tuning in, Andrew!
Avatar 6:26pm cometothesunshine:

MCE - you were with me when I found the picture sleeve for this 45, I think.
  6:26pm uptown jen:

“You Are She” is one of my favorite songs of the 60s.
Avatar 6:27pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Candy-O!
  6:27pm uptown jen:

(Which is to say of all-time, since that’s pretty much all of the music I love)
Avatar 6:27pm cometothesunshine:

JY - I don't think Rhino will ever do anything remotely like that. They wouldn't even let me be involved in the vinyl cutdown.
Avatar 6:28pm cometothesunshine:

Jen - this and "Distant Shores"
Avatar 6:28pm cometothesunshine:

The handclaps!
  6:29pm uptown jen:

That’s a good ‘un, too!
Avatar 6:31pm cometothesunshine:

I should have mentioned George Tipton as the arranger of "Sister Marie" - but he is always in my mind.
Avatar 6:33pm cometothesunshine:

This is a great 45 - Mike Brewer, pre-Toke
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34pm Matt Clarke:

Favorite Cyrkle tune
Avatar 6:34pm cometothesunshine:

Matt - I seem to recall Tom Dawes telling me this was about the Byrds.
Avatar 6:36pm cometothesunshine:

Love Tom's sitar playing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36pm Matt Clarke:

Really? Wow. Need to focus on lyrics again later
Avatar 6:37pm cometothesunshine:

If you are low on funds and can't afford the 5th Dimension...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm Kim Reynolds:

Happy Monday!
Avatar 6:37pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Kim!
Avatar 6:37pm cometothesunshine:

Matt - I think they had a negative impression of the Byrds, personally.
Avatar 6:40pm cometothesunshine:

This is one of the greatest records.
  6:44pm aubreycolors:

Hello :)
Avatar 6:44pm cometothesunshine:

Hi, Aubrey - glad to see you.
  6:45pm aubreycolors:

Looking forward to what you've got for Grapefruit.
Avatar 6:45pm cometothesunshine:

I am looking forward to playing it for you!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:45pm Gaylord Fields:

Hi, Andrew! Thanks for reminding me of the marvelously named Vic Coppersmith-Heaven.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47pm Matt Clarke:

Such a great 'erman chune
Avatar 6:48pm cometothesunshine:

May great pleasure, Gaylord.
Avatar 6:48pm cometothesunshine:

I think Orange Peel loves these 'ermits records more than me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Candy-O'67:

Never heard this 'ermits song before. Diggin' it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Gaylord Fields:

I'm sure Mr. O. Peel has some Vic Smith stories to share once he's had a pint or 16.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Candy-O'67:

Hey Gaylord!
Avatar 6:50pm cometothesunshine:

The Rain have a little bit of a garage Dylan style.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm Gaylord Fields:

Hiya, Candy-O!
Avatar 6:53pm cometothesunshine:

Gaylord - starting to think Orange Peel really is crazy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54pm Gaylord Fields:

Yay, a piece of the Action! My favorite no-hit group of all time! I proudly possess this as their only US Capitol single!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54pm Matt Clarke:

Is Orange Peel still on his curry n chips break?
Avatar 6:54pm cometothesunshine:

That guy takes a lot of breaks. Beyond laid back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:55pm Matt Clarke:

Back to back winners
Avatar 6:55pm cometothesunshine:

Gaylord - yes I only was able to afford a UK copy a few years ago. Still have my well-worn Crapitol copy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:55pm Gaylord Fields:

So the hyperbaric chamber that pumps in nonstop John's Children that Orange Peel always has a lie-down in is not for show?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:56pm Matt Clarke:

Same for me, re Action, Gaylord!
  6:57pm aubreycolors:

I like this song "Talkin' About the Good Times".
Sounds like 1967-1968 Pink Floyd during the versus.
  6:57pm aubreycolors:

*verses
Avatar 6:58pm cometothesunshine:

Aubrey - this is one of the best two-sided 45's outside of Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields.
Avatar 6:58pm cometothesunshine:

Produced by Norman Smith, like early Pink Floyd
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm Gaylord Fields:

Andrew, I saw an original copy of "I'll Keep Holding On" at Disc Union in Tokyo six years ago that was almost but not quite affordable. I'll settle for my Edsel 45, remixed or whatever.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:59pm Gaylord Fields:

Hi, Matt! I'm just glad the Action found some love while Reg King was still around to appreciate it.
Avatar 7:00pm cometothesunshine:

Gaylord, I treated my self.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm Gaylord Fields:

Andrew, I'm kicking myself.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm Matt Clarke:

Hi Gaylord! Did you ever see their reunion shows?
  7:01pm Beantown Doug:

Norman who called himself "Hurricane," and who John Lennon called "Normal" had an interesting, quirky career as a performer.
Avatar 7:02pm cometothesunshine:

Matt & Gaylord - I saw the Action at the 100 Club, one of the best shows of my entire life!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm Gaylord Fields:

Matt, they happened at the height of my involuntary poverty, or else I would have flown there for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm Matt Clarke:

Wow Andrew!! That's so great you got to catch that!
  7:03pm aubreycolors:

I first heard of Grapefruit because an ex-coworker of mine in Texas bought it around 2002, then gave me a copy because he told me I had to hear it. This was way before I had heard of Come to the Sunshine :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm Candy-O'67:

@Gaylord, I'd love to find that "I Keep Holding On" 45. One of my faves!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm Gaylord Fields:

I envy you, Andrew!
Avatar 7:04pm cometothesunshine:

It was a lucky break, Gaylord.
  7:05pm Beantown Doug:

Does Orange Peel have a Grapefruit Peel friend? ;-)
Avatar 7:05pm cometothesunshine:

I just love this album, Aubrey
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:05pm Gaylord Fields:

@Candy-O: I bought the Edsel reissue when it came out 40 years (!) ago, but even that'll set you back about $30.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm Matt Clarke:

Did Terry Melcher produce the entire LP, Andrew?
Avatar 7:07pm cometothesunshine:

Matt - no, but he did mix the album in LA. It was mixed by the guy who did McCartney's Ram! Some of the 45 mixes are better, so I subbed them in today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:08pm Matt Clarke:

Wow cool!
Avatar 7:09pm cometothesunshine:

The US 45 of Elevator/Yes - are different mixes than the UK 45
Avatar 7:10pm cometothesunshine:

Paul McCartney said they were big-headed to issue this as a double A-side. Radio did not play it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10pm Matt Clarke:

Did they Terry Melcher connection come through Derek Taylor? I wonder?
Avatar 7:11pm cometothesunshine:

No, they wanted to do an Apple publishing deal for the States and thought Melcher was the best person. In return, he produced Grapefruit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:11pm Matt Clarke:

Got it. Thanks for the info. Love hearing these mixes.
Avatar 7:12pm cometothesunshine:

But then they did a lot of self-production without him. And Derek Lawrence produced this, their third 45.
Avatar 7:12pm cometothesunshine:

John Perry was in Tony Rivers & The Castaways and has that super high voice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:13pm Gaylord Fields:

My Tony Rivers Alert just went off and led me back here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm Matt Clarke:

Ha, Gaylord! I was waiting for your Tony Rivers fan club badge to start blinking!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm Candy-O'67:

@Gaylord - wow! Yeah, I've noticed a lot of reissues are even expensive now
Avatar 7:15pm cometothesunshine:

John Lennon had an acetate of this in his collection and Yoko thought he wrote the song, so she copyrighted it in the 1980's.
Avatar 7:16pm cometothesunshine:

Quite a compliment. Lennon/McCartney apparently sat in on the session as producers with Melcher.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16pm Matt Clarke:

Wow. Did that create problems for reissues?
Avatar 7:16pm cometothesunshine:

He later claimed he produced the Beatles.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16pm Matt Clarke:

Terry did? Ha
Avatar 7:17pm cometothesunshine:

No Matt, the issue was rectified. A journalist even wrote about in Musician as a great undiscovered Lennon song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:19pm Gaylord Fields:

Yoko also mistakenly applied for a copyright for "Have You Heard the Word" by the Fut!
Avatar 7:19pm cometothesunshine:

Gaylord, she was the victim of poor advice!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20pm Matt Clarke:

Ha wow never knew that
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:21pm Matt Clarke:

Just such an amazing song. Absolute favorite
Avatar 7:21pm cometothesunshine:

George Alexander was truly an amazing songwriter. And then, he totally changed his style.
Avatar 7:21pm cometothesunshine:

Love Bill Shepherd's arrangement
Avatar 7:22pm Mailman Tom:

I remember Dear Delilah being played on FM radio back in the day. Great song!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:22pm Matt Clarke:

Never knew Bill Shepherd did the arrangement! Totally makes sense now
Avatar 7:23pm cometothesunshine:

This is my favorite Grapefruit track.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:23pm Gaylord Fields:

Has one single family's members been the creative force behind so many different and disparate groups?
Avatar 7:23pm cometothesunshine:

Matt - their is a big connection between the Bee Gees, Easybeats & Grapefruit=Bill Shepherd.
Avatar 7:24pm cometothesunshine:

Gaylord, Vanda & Young alone were so many groups.
Avatar 7:24pm cometothesunshine:

& then they teamed up with "Alex" post Grapefruit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:24pm Gaylord Fields:

So true — those guys were not a flash (i)n the pan.
Avatar 7:25pm cometothesunshine:

I love "Someday Soon" like a big ballad, Whiter Shade Of Pale.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:26pm Matt Clarke:

Did Grapefruit ever play live in the states?
Avatar 7:26pm cometothesunshine:

High vocals like Sparks.
Avatar 7:26pm Phillippe Bastille:

howdy
Avatar 7:26pm cometothesunshine:

Matt - apparently they did, with their new line-up
Avatar 7:27pm cometothesunshine:

They made their second album in Los Angeles with Terry.
Avatar 7:27pm cometothesunshine:

Welcome, Phillippe
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:28pm Gaylord Fields:

It would be as if the Cowsills started off as three different groups and then later just formed various permutations among themselves.
Avatar 7:29pm cometothesunshine:

Quite a thought
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:29pm Gaylord Fields:

With Barbara being in the AC/DC-type parallel universe group, of course.
  7:29pm Beantown Doug:

As always with music you present that is unfamiliar to me, the more I hear, the more compelling it gets.
Avatar 7:30pm cometothesunshine:

Thank you, Doug!
Avatar 7:31pm cometothesunshine:

I love their Grapefruit colored suits.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:31pm Matt Clarke:

Kind of an Easys flavor to this tune!
Avatar 7:31pm cometothesunshine:

Very much so, Matt.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:31pm Matt Clarke:

I could totally hear Stevie singing this song
Avatar 7:32pm cometothesunshine:

George and Alex have some similar songwriting traits.
Avatar 7:32pm cometothesunshine:

And Alex plays sax on the Easybeats records: Come In, You'll Get Pneumonia and Hound Dog
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm Matt Clarke:

Definitely gonna scope this release out
Avatar 7:33pm cometothesunshine:

I wish they had stayed in this style for their second album.
Avatar 7:35pm cometothesunshine:

It was amazing to finally hear the other songs they recorded in 1968.
  7:37pm uptown jen:

I don’t know which version of “Round Going Round” I prefer!
  7:37pm Beantown Doug:

A Terry Melcher sound, definitely!
Avatar 7:37pm cometothesunshine:

Jen - that's why I played them both!
  7:37pm uptown jen:

(Probably the album version, by a hair)
  7:38pm aubreycolors:

I'm going to seek out 'Yesterday's Sunrise' on CD and save a copy of this show. Good stuff.
  7:38pm Beantown Doug:

Wow, this is a perfect record.
Avatar 7:38pm cometothesunshine:

I could see why they thought this would be a good single.
Avatar 7:38pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, Aubrey
  7:38pm dave:

I never knew that the US single of Talking About the Good Times had a unique mix!
Avatar 7:39pm cometothesunshine:

yeah, dave, only found that out this year!
Avatar 7:44pm cometothesunshine:

So, these are the original unedited versions of these songs done for Top Gear without the voiceovers!
Avatar 7:45pm cometothesunshine:

With live Bill Shepherd arrangements!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:46pm Matt Clarke:

Incredible
Avatar 7:47pm Mailman Tom:

You learn something new everyday. Today I learned that I like Grapefruit
Avatar 7:48pm cometothesunshine:

I have wanted to do a full hour of Grapefruit for about ten years. The original show #2 had Grapefruit and the Easybeats. Since I did a three-hour tribute to George Young, I thought I would finally give Alex his hour.
Avatar 7:49pm cometothesunshine:

Following this show, you are invited to hear another full hour of songs by Alex Young (George Alexander) & George Young, hosted by Orange Peel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:51pm Matt Clarke:

Definitely sticking around
  7:52pm aubreycolors:

10 years? What was stopping you? or was it a case that just the stars weren't aligned yet?
Avatar 7:54pm cometothesunshine:

Stars and time were not there, Aubrey. I spent like 12 hours on this show, and it was supposed to be maybe four!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:55pm Matt Clarke:

Thanks Andrew. This was fab
  7:55pm aubreycolors:

Well, thank you! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:55pm Candy-O'67:

Thank you, Andrew!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:56pm Gaylord Fields:

Thanks, Andrew! And to think I absolutely abhor grapefruit the citrus.
Avatar 7:56pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks for being here to share some of my favorite music - very uplifting to hear with friends.
Avatar 7:57pm cometothesunshine:

So, this song is listed on the back cover of the American Grapefruit album. I had to wait till 2016 to finally hear what they left off. Such a beautiful melody.
Avatar 7:58pm sw2442:

John and Paul knew great songwriters when they heard it...thanks for a great show Andrew...see you next week.
Avatar 7:58pm cometothesunshine:

Thanks, everyone! Stay tuned for the After Hour with Orange Peel.
Avatar 7:58pm cometothesunshine:

Denny Laine is in my eyes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:59pm Matt Clarke:

Great version
  8:00pm uptown jen:

Great show, Andrew!
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