Things I've collected over the years or acquired on mixtapes and comps or gathered from the internet. I make no claims to "discovering" or “owning” anything. It's whatever I feel like playing that week. Things that may or may not be familiar. Who knows.
You can also download an MP3 of this for later by right-clicking this hyperlink. previous shows can be found last week and the week before that and the week before that and so on...
Here's the information I could find:
BURT BACHARACH- Bond Street (1967)
DAVID GARRICK- Leiber Dr. Eisenhart (1970)
LITTLE MILTON- Long Distance Operator (1959)
GAYLA PEEVEY- Upside Down Town (1954)
NICOLA PAONE- Blah Blah Blah (1959)
RED INGLE & HIS NATURAL SEVEN- A You're A Dopey Gal (1947)
Vocals by Jo Stafford
HANK BALLARD- Annie's Aunt Fanny
ART & DIANE LINKLETTER- We Love You, Call Collect (1969)
”When WE LOVE YOU, CALL COLLECT and DEAR MOM AND DAD were presented to me, I was moved by these two sensitively written imaginary letters on the subject we hear a great deal about today—the generation gap.
”This is an age-old problem, of course, but one that has grown into alarming proportions in today's life style.
”As a father, I could relate to the sentiments expressed, but that was only half the story. To get a complete and honest reaction, I asked my daughter, Diane, for her comments. 'Dad', she said, 'This is where it's at'.
”So, whether you are a youngster or an adult, I have a feeling that these two letters—a naked cry for help from a father and a daughter—will get to you. I know: they got to me. Hopefully, these letters will open a door to bridge the generation gap.”
SWAMP RATS- Psycho (c. 1967)
Cover of hit by The Sonics
Your Cheatin' Heart
BUGS BUNNY- Somebody's Rocking My Dreamboat
from Gorilla My Dreams, 1947
BONNIE BAKER- Oh Johnny (1939)
ANDRE WILLIAMS- Jail Bait (1960)
CAB CALLOWAY- Who's Yehoodi? (c. 1943)
Decent Comics: "Come the Revolution" by Skeates and Aparo - Social unrest! Politics! Intrigue! And at the time, *Aquaman* was best known as a Saturday Morning Cartoon Show! Leave it to Steve Skeates and Jim Aparo to...
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