Friday, November 16, 2012

More Great Forgotten Hits ... And Our Latest Dee-Jay Challenge


Two days after you played I'm Gonna Make You Mine, by Lou Christie, I heard it at the local supermarket. Someone is listening to you. Thanks.

Hi, Kent.
This most recent FH entry includes some truly great (if often overlooked) hits: from Mary Hopkin's ever charming "Goodbye" to The Clique's "Sugar On Sunday" ... The Swingin' Medallions' "Double Shot of My Baby's Love" to the Carpenters' "Sweet Sweet Smile." When I asked Karen Carpenter about the latter song (which had sadly only climbed to 44 on the Hot 100 a few months earlier in 1978), her eyes lit up as she told me with great delight how she had found the song and considered it's writer a bright new talent with a very hopeful future. That writer turned out to be Juice Newton, whose career as a hitmaker in her own right did not take off until 1981 -- two years before we lost Karen.
Regarding "Sugar On Sunday," when that was a hit us DJs got a lot of calls from people who could not figure out the title of the song. I think one thing that threw them is the French term inserted into the lyrics, "Femme Jolie," which means "pretty woman." Apparently the composers preferred that phrase to "vous êtes grosse," which means "you are fat."
Others in the reject pile: "Est-ce que vous êtes ivre?" ("Are you drunk?"). "Tu es completement debile" ("You're a complete moron"), "Votre grenouille a mangé mon dejeuner" ("Your frog has eaten my lunch") and "T'as une tête a faire sauter les plaques d'egouts!" ("You've got a face that would blow off manhole covers").
Gary Theroux  
That reminds me of the cover versions of Christie's "Yellow River" that never made it ... surely you remember the one by I.P. Daley, right? Even less-likely to get played was the version recorded by Golden Showers (although some have suggested that R. Kelly found that record somewhat inspirational!!!) kk

Play "Yellow River" on your program today ... sneak it in somewhere and see what kind of response you get. (C'mon, what have you got to lose? It's one song!!!) You have our Forgotten Hits full money back guarantee ... this is an absolute fan favorite ... and your audience will love hearing it and respond positively to it. Do this a few more times with some of our OTHER suggestions and you just might see your listeners compliment you on your expanding station's playlist.

Better yet ... position your station this way ... with a formal announcement.  

Start a new Monday - Friday Daily Feature called 
"Keep It Or Can It" ...  

Each day (and maybe even two or three times a day so you reach your largest listener base) you play one of our "Today's Forgotten Hit" suggestions ... and then you poll your audience.  

Encourage them to call, email, text ... Do You Want To See This Song Added To Our Play List?  

Now there's some REAL research for you ... and it's coming from the people who matter most, because now you're polling your actual current listeners ... and you're letting them know their opinion counts.  

If you get a positive response to a track (I dunno ... you decide ... 60% ... 75% of your responders LIKE the song ... you add it into medium rotation.) Think about that for a second ... you're going to feature five new songs each week ... and maybe one or two of them will make the cut ... so now, over the next few months you've revamped your playlist, not only adding more variety, but adding more of the songs your listeners actually want to hear!!! It's a win / win!!!  

Here's a REAL easy promo:  

(xxxx - Your call letters here) ... committed to bringing you more of the music that YOU want to hear  

And then play up the brand-new "Keep It Or Can It" feature.

Tell them that:  

Every weekday at (whatever time of day you choose ... once, twice, three times? 7:20 am, 2:40 pm and 9:15 pm?) you're going to play a song "from the (xxxx) listeners' suggestion box". We're encouraging our listeners call, text and email your votes, stating whether or not you'd like to see us add this song to our play list.  We're giving you more of the music that YOU want to hear!  

(Heck, you could even play it up REALLY big and say that your station is tired of playing the same old songs that everybody else in town is playing ... so you're opening it up to the listeners to play more of the kind of music that they'd like to hear. Make them a part of it ... make them feel involved!!! More Music ... More Variety. Imagine how many people they'll tell when they start to hear some of the songs they suggested and/or voted on getting played on the radio again.)  

And I'm not talking mondo-obscure stuff ... I'm talking real, honest-to-God, legitimate Top 20 Hits that you're just not playing now.  

Run it for a month or two and see what happens. Again, it involves devoting less than ten minutes of your entire broadcast day to this little experiment. My guess is you'll end up adding one, two or three songs a week. But after that happens for the next six, seven or eight weeks, that means that I'll hear "Jack And Diane" ten times less per week ... and start to enjoy and appreciate the song again!!! (Now that's a win / win for EVERYBODY!!!) C'mon ... what have you got to lose?!?!? (kk)

OK STOP!!!!!!
I have heard a Billy Joel song at least once every other day for over a week now. Even the Tonight Show played a song going to a commercial.
Not to forget the Fleetwood Mac, Elton John and others on your list. You have ruined my listening habits. Every time I hear one of their songs it makes me more aware of the over played artist instead of tuning out the songs. I even have started of keeping track of how many times they play the Artist!!!! Damn you!!
Now that's not to say that every time I hear a Pink Floyd song, I turn it up!. Can't get enough of Floyd!
(See what I mean?!?!?) kk

OK, how about these three:
Talk Talk - Music Machine
Sunshine Girl - Parade
San Francisco Girls - Fever Tree
You'll get your Music Machine request when we FINALLY count down The Top 20 Favorite Garage Bands ... now scheduled to run right after Thanksgiving Weekend. (Still working on it right now ... but that's the new target date.) We ran "Sunshine Girl" not too long ago ... but I'll add that one to the request list. Meanwhile, deejays on the list ... are you keeping track of the songs our readers are suggesting? It just may give you some idea as to what oldies listeners REALLY want to hear! (kk)

She Drives Me Out Of My Mind, although not a big national hit, was a great follow-up by the Swingin' Medallions.
By the way, my weekly web show available 24-7, still goes on playing nearly every charted record 1955 - 1979 alphabetically plus extras. It can be found at
I'm in the S's.
Mark The Shark

OK, am I dreaming, or did the version of "Love Won't Let Me Wait" played on the radio leave out the Donna Summer noises?
I remember hearing it with and without, depending on the station.
If so does anyone have a copy of the song without the "ahem" lady?
I've been trying to find one, but no luck so far.
LOL ... it's funny because it really DID seem a lot more pronounced on this version, didn't it? But what's REALLY odd about what you wrote is that when I was screening the tune prior to posting it on the website and heard just how much "heavy breathing" was going on, I ran it right into Donna Summer's "Love To Love You Baby" ... which made our 16-year-old, getting ready for school daughter in the next room EXTREMELY uncomfortable! (lol) Now I'm thinking I should have gone for the trifecta and rolled that right into "Pillow Talk" by Sylvia! (kk)

This is beyond belief. I wrote just a little over a week ago and told about the local Clear Channel AM station that dumped their live morning guy and 60's / 70's format and went satellite country. We already have two FM country stations here. Just moments ago I'm looking at a Facebook posting that the station is 24/7 comedy. So I tuned it in and there it was ... comedy. Again, WTF?!?! Clear Channel actually thinks they can sell a comedy format in a small market easier than an oldies music format? Comedy that complies with FCC rules should be just hilarious ... imagine Louie Anderson 24/7. I'd ask what the heck is wrong with these people but everyone, including you, is trying to figure that out.
Hey, at least they're trying! And it's something new that isn't going to be found anywhere else on the dial. (Honestly, which was the bolder move ... going where nobody had gone before or simply becoming the third Country Station in town?!?!?) This is kind of what FH reader Leah Jordan suggested a couple of weeks ago ... and more in tune with what the satellite stations are doing with their diverse mixture of programming. I figure no radio station is ever going to capture 100% of the audience anyway ... but by having a station like this available, listeners now know that they can tune in at any time, day or night, and potentially be cheered up by a funny comedy routine. It's kind of like that station down in Texas that went All-Beatles a few years ago ... nobody's going to listen to that station exclusively ... but if there isn't ANYTHING else good on the radio, you now know that you've got a place to go where you're going to hear a familiar, feel-good song. (And you know it's going to be there waiting for you whenever you want ... which means you DON'T have to turn off Jack and Diane five times in order to find it!!! Whenever the mood strikes you for something different ... or something specific, it'll be there!) Honestly, I applaud them. Will it succeed? Probably not ... but I give them major kudos for giving it a shot! (kk)

Hello from AZ!
Got caught in last year's blizzard and said enuf's enuf and moved to Scottsdale.
We have the usual FM crud stations here but there are two AM stations that play tons of forgotten oldies. One is KAZG 1440AM (Arizona Gold) which is a real gem. Unfortunately they don't have a playlist nor do they stream but in the past 20 minutes I heard these songs plus a few "regular" oldies.
Just One Look - Doris Troy
Concrete and Clay - Unit 4 + 2
Love Me Two Times - The Doors
Any Time At All - The Beatles
She's Not There - The Zombies
Ma Belle Amie - Tee Set
Every time I listen I get at least one "Oh Wow, I haven't heard that one for a while!"
Clear Channel also has a decent oldies channel, AM1230 (KOY), which has been here for 90 years in one form or another. They play oldies all day and Jazz at night. I've added a link for their playlist which is not as good to me as 1440 ... but it's still a blessed relief from the FM stations and plays a much wider assortment of oldies.
At least it's nice to know there's something better out there than K-Hits or WLS, who force-feeds us in Chicago.
Steve Davidson

u rock, big guy ...
ever thought about writing a book? your site is majestic.
so anxious to see a show with ya, man.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Helping Out Our Readers

>>>Ok .. so here is a really way out question that has been bothering me for years. Maybe you can help put my mind at ease. I lived in the West Rogers Park area of Chicago - on the 3000 block of Sherwin Avenue. We moved to the suburbs in 1970 when I was age 14. I could swear that THE FLOCK lived down the block from me at the corner of SHERWIN and ALBANY. I have a vivid memory of trick or treating one Halloween and several (ahem) long haired rock star looking guys answered the door in boxer shorts. For some reason, I heard that this was the house where The Flock lived. As I muddled my way as a teenager in the early 1970's I think I 'fogged up' that area of memory in my brain.
Is there any way you can check with Fred Glickstein and see if he was indeed my neighbor? This has been nagging me for awhile and affirmation would convince me that that portion of my brain has started to make a comeback nearly 40 years later. I have a wispy shadow of a memory that he may have lived near my cousin on Fairfield Avenue - but that is more of a Deja Vu. (Garry Berg)
After we posted Garry's query on our website, we heard back from Fred Glickstein of The Flock ... who told us:
Yes! That was Ricky Canoff's house. There certainly may have been people there running around in their boxer shorts.
All The Best!
Fred G.
Isn't it cool to be able to get a completely off-the-wall question like that ... and then be able to go directly RIGHT to the source and get an answer?!?!? Well, I happen to think it's INCREDIBLY cool!!! Thanks, Fred! (kk)   

Hey Kent,
I really enjoy reading and contributing things to your site. It makes me reflect on the great music I grew up with! It's also fun to do some research on things I'm not so clear about. If I discover that I'm not so accurate on what I have sent to you, I must immediately rectify the problem!
A few months ago, we talked about that great 1963 instrumental hit by Jack Nitzche, "The Lonely Surfer". I was correct to say that David Gates, of Bread fame, DID play the bass on that track. He did lots of studio work at that time, but I was in error to say that his bass was the featured instrument, that played the melody on the recording. The lead guitar was actually an electric BARITONE guitar, performed by studio guitar ace, Bill Pittman. The 6-string guitar was made by the Danelectro Company. I believe they were the only manufacturers of the instrument at the time, and they may have even invented the electric version. The guitar had five additional frets of a standard one. Glen Campbell played the same model at the close of his hit, "Galveston". Composer, Ennio Morricone, inspired by "The Lonely Surfer", featured the instrument on all of the Spaghetti Western soundtracks he scored. Here is a demo of the guitar, that shows its low-end range. Listen all the way to the end, as the player has some fun with it.

Click here: Baritone twang rockabilly - YouTube
- John LaPuzza  

Many thanks for running the photo of Chase. And thanks to John LaPuzza for identifying the guys. My wife took a look at the photo and said "No, Jerry Collins isn't in that picture." We're still looking for Jerry, and I may contact a couple of the band members to see if they remember Jerry.
FH is still the best by far!

Your Jim Holvay profile tells us who wrote The Buckinghams' biggest hits ... but I want to know who wrote Back In Love Again!!??Also, did the Bucks actually play instruments, or were studio musicians used? Anyone see them on tour?
And what is this, "Take #1" of USA Records
hit? I'd like to think they were that good to record it in one Take! But, I'm guessing the Take # refers to the added horns, who the Bucks were not aware of!


"Back In Love Again" has proven to be a fan favorite ... and it deserved a better fate than it got on the charts. It was written by their keyboardist Marty Grebb. The Buckinghams were clearly headed in a new, more sophisticated direction with this one but the record broke their string of five straight Top Ten Hits when it petered out at #45.

We talked to all four surviving members of the 1967 Buckinghams ... Grebb, former lead vocalist Dennis Tufano, and current Bucks Carl Giammarese and Nick Fortuna ... about their studio work a while back in an exclusive interview with Forgotten Hits.  All confirmed that studio musicians were used to supplement their tracks (which is, quite simply, the way it was done back then.) In fact, the ONLY Buckingham to appear on EVERY record was most likely Tufano, because he was the lead singer.  You can catch this multi-part interview by scrolling back to June 15, 2011 - June 22, 2011. (kk)  

Good day,
This morning I woke up with a song (words and tune) in my head and I have spent the past two hours searching for it to no avail. The lyrics were The Lord's Prayer. It was a folk / pop type song in the 70's, maybe earlier. It was popular when I was a boy. I keep thinking it was "The Mamas and the Papas" or "Peter, Paul and Mary" but I can't find anything with those two groups. I have done a search with Our Father and Lord's Prayer but the title must not match the song that easily.
If you can help I would appreciate it.
Buck Lam
My guess is it's "The Lord's Prayer" which, when set to music (with a bit of a rock band backbeat), became a Top Five Hit for Sister Janet Mead in 1974. (You over-thought this one ... the title STAYED "The Lord's Prayer".) It's yet another legitimate Top 20 Hit COMPLETELY ignored by radio today, even as a "novelty" piece ... so it makes for a GREAT choice for our recently resurrected "Today's Forgotten Hit" feature. (kk)
By George THAT'S IT! 
Thanks Kent.


Stereo Knowledge Wanted ...  
Re: Three Coins In The Fountain (1954): I'd like to know when this stereo rendition was recorded. I found nothing on the internet. I compared it to the "original" by the Four Aces, on a Decca Records 78 RPM record, on YouTube, it's close, but not quite, but not a shabby remake!
Actually, I looked in my fine Joel Whitburn Top 40 book, but it was not listed. How was I to know it was prior to 1955!!!?? :-)
Thank You!
We've got a couple of real stereophiles on the list ... so we'll let THEM take a crack at this one. (kk)   

No question about it, there are some similarities ... anybody else out there ever pick up on this? (kk)

I have an opportunity to purchase 10,000 MINT (I've seen them so I know they are) WLS surveys from 1961 - 1969. You can contact privately some of your readers if they'd like some or throw it open to the whole group, or you can say thanks but no thanks. I leave it to your discretion. You may give out my email.
Jack Levin
Happy to help out ... there are a LOT of survey collectors out there ... and (as we all know) mint copies are nearly impossible to come by ... so let's open this up to the whole group. If you're interested in purchasing some of these, please contact Jack at If you're working from a specific want list ... or you simply want to start your own collection, drop Jack a line and let him know what you need. (And be sure to save one mint copy of each for me!!! lol) kk

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Some Of Your Mid-Week Comments

It's our prediction that "Grease" will soon be the word ... again ... as the Glee kids put on "Grease" as their High School Musical this week. ("Gleese"?!?!?) 
The timeless classic has never really been off the radio ... hits like the Barry Gibb-penned / Frankie Valli sung title track, the Olivia Newton-John / John Travolta duets "You're The One That I Want" and "Summer Nights" (along with Livy's "Hopelessly Devoted To You") come on nearly daily ... and my guess is it'll only get worse once this special edition of "Glee" airs. (Honestly, I really do love all of this music ... they did a GREAT job of updating the original stage classic by adding these contemporary ... circa 1978 ... tunes.) "Glee" airs Thursday on Fox ... check it out! 
(By the way, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John have teamed up again this year to record a brand new Christmas album ... available now!)  kk

Well, I gave a listen to the Yesterday Once More clip and in many ways she really has that sound down. Her grasp of Karen's singing style or mannerisms, and I mean that with the most respect possible since I'm a Carpenters freak, is amazing. She doesn't have the energy in her voice or the pitch control that Karen had, however, and those are two of the things that can really make a difference. Yes, she can do it very well on the surface, but that warmth that Ms. Carpenter had just isn't there. I listened to a few clips in a row and those were my thoughts. I would suspect, though, that she's got a heck of an ear, so who knows.

Kent --
How does Paige feel about her father managing The Saxonettes?
What about "Lollipop" followed by "My Boy Lollipop?"
I think we have to get more aggressive in our dealing with Bob Greene. You should contact him. If he doesn't make good on his promise to you, to explain the dirty "Quarter To Three" lyrics, we'll boycott his
next book. Two less sales on a nationwide best seller ... hit him where it hurts ... in his pocketbook!
Frank B.
Not exactly managing The Saxonettes yet ... but I DID make the suggestion that they learn The Drifters' doo-wop version of "White Christmas" and perform it at this year's Holiday Concert. (They're taking it under advisement ... whatever THAT means!!!)  Now I'm hearing that they may, in fact, work up another doo-wop medley ... this time featuring "Santa Baby", "White Christmas" and the Mariah Carey Christmas classic, "All I Want For Christmas Is You".
As for Gary "US" Bonds, C'mon, Bob ... inquiring minds want to know ... oh wait, that's that OTHER publication. Anyway, we'd love to hear it, even only so we can listen again for ourselves.  (Personally, I'm not hearing ANYTHING!!!)   
So dish! (kk)  
"Radio One recreated the sound of 1960s Top 40 radio and played oldies with an echo chamber reverb effect behind the announcer much like WABC had done".Heard one station, last night, at 6000 kHz, 49 meter band, mentioning other pirate radio broadcasts!! Pretty cool!
Ricky The K did an OUTSTANDING job of recreating this sound on his Internet show ... Hey Ricky, are you still out there?!?!? I know his show is gone now ... but he even used vintage broadcasting equipment to make the sound even more authentic. And guys like Terry "Motormouth" Young and our FH Buddy Phlash Phelps have done some amazing things over at XM 60's, too, in keeping the sound of the '60's alive on their programs. It was just such an interesting and entertaining time to listen to the radio ... you always felt like you were going 100 miles per hour! (kk)

Earlier this year Joel Whitburn set the music world on its ear when it released "Hit Records", the complete chart recap of the Music Vendor and Record World charts, 1954 - 1982.
Now ... just announced ... and coming out before the end of the year ... is the companion piece, "#101 - #150 - Hit Records, 1959 - 1982". Joel promises 4500 additional titles not seen in any of his other Record Research Pop Books, including "bubbling under" hits by Aerosmith, Elton John, Pink Floyd, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, The Who, Chuck Berry, Herman's Hermits, Rick Nelson, Johnny Rivers, and many, many more.
While Billboard Magazine ran a "Bubbling Under" chart, sometimes listing as many as 20 additional "coming up" titles, Record World had the deepest chart of them all, showing fifty additional positions every week. And ALL of those titles have now been collected here ... songs that never broke The Top 100 ... TONS of regional hits, surf and hot rod music, garage rock, doo-wop and obscurities that are sure to send collectors scampering to add these titles to their collections.
Complete details are available at the Record Research Website:
Here's a reminder about the Rock Legends Cruise coming up in January ... man, look at this all-star, classic rock line-up!  .38 Special, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, Bachman and Turner, Black Oak Arkansas, Blue Oyster Cult, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Foghat, Foreigner, Kansas, The Kentucky Headhunters, Molly Hatchet, Paul Rodgers, The Pat Travers Band, The Marshall Tucker Band and many others.  Each band is performing at least twice on any one of three stages set up onboard the cruise ship.  More details below.  (This is a virtual Who's Who of Classic Rock ... when are you EVER going to see this many great artists performing together ... and all the while enjoying a winter cruise!)  Check out the full scoop here:
For further information about Rock Legends Cruise II, please go to or call 888-666-1499.
For information on Liberty of the Seas, please see:

Twenty five artists will soon be boarding Rock Legends Cruise II on January 10, 2013, for what promises to be the biggest and best music festival at sea to date!
With over 75 Top 40 hits to choose from, the artists (see poster for complete line-up) will be performing a vast selection of those songs along with other music gems during the four day excursion aboard Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas.
Artists appearing on the first night alone include Blue Oyster Cult, .38 Special, Bachman & Turner, Molly Hatchet, Foreigner, Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards and the Pat Travers Band.
And if you're up by the crack of noon on Friday, you'll arise just in time for the sounds of the Atlanta Rhythm Section, who will lead off three full days and nights of ultimate classic rock on three separate stages.
69 live performances are scheduled!
Only three "vacation days" are necessary as Rock Legends Cruise II departs Fort Lauderdale, Florida on a Thursday evening (January 10) and returns the following Monday morning (January 14, 2013).
Oh yeah ... did we mention the expected 80+ degree weather in Labadee, Haiti on Saturday?
Don't be left at the dock ... it's time to rock!

Pricing currently begins at $699.00 per person (party of four in the same Interior cabin), with many cabin levels still available.
Cabins are going fast!
The Native American Heritage Association has been working on reservations in South Dakota for more than 18 years and is a 4-star charity with for a total of eight years. Native American Heritage Association tractor trailers are on the road daily with supplies to the various far flung communities and 94% of the organization's total revenue goes towards program services which provide basic life necessities, including fuel assistance and medical transportation to 90,000 people. Many of these residents face an 80% rate of unemployment; 70% don't have transportation and many of those who do, don't have the means to purchase gas. These Lakota Sioux live in abandoned school buses, shacks or government housing with no insulation, some live without indoor plumbing, in homes with dirt floors, no beds or furniture. More information can be found at:
By the way, if you're seriously considering taking this cruise and would like to see a schedule of the complete performances, drop me a line and I'll email you the list.  In addition to the live shows, there'll also be Band Meet-And-Greets, a Rock Memorabilia Auction and a Raffle of a Custom Chopper!

A couple of Wings-related stories from the past week or so ...

Former Wings Guitarist Suffers Heart Attack
Wednesday 11/7/12- Henry McCullough, who has played with Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Eric Burdon, and Paul McCartney’s Wings, suffered a heart attack earlier
this week and is now listed in critical condition.
McCullough experienced a heart attack Monday night, reports The Independent, saying the 69-year-old guitarist from Portstewart, Northern Ireland, is being treated at Causeway Hospital in Coleraine, Northern Ireland.
Having joined Wings in 1971, one of McCullough’s most memorable moments in that band was his guitar solo on the song “My Love.” He also played lead on “Hi, Hi, Hi” and “Live & Let Die.”

--Voodoo Child 
I heard about this last week but never got the story posted.  Henry most famously challenged Paul McCartney on the lead guitar solo to "My Love".  McCartney had something specific in mind (that he had written) and asked Henry to play it.  After a couple of run-throughs, Henry asked if he could "play what he feels" ... and then whipped out the solo that you hear on the #1 Hit Record today ... a total contrast to the soft, lush melody that somehow fit perfectly.  Macca was impressed ... and THAT's the way the record was recorded.

The two had their number of fall-outs over the years (Henry split right as the band was set to take off to Africa to record the "Band On The Run" album) but his guitar-work is now part of rock and roll historyWe wish you a speedy recovery!  (kk)

And, speaking of Paul McCartney, he apparently had a near-death experience earlier this year, too.  Although this incident reportedly happened back in May, details just came to light this past week!

Decades after Beatles fans began a rumor that “Paul Is Dead,” Paul McCartney is still alive and well.  
That might not have been the case, but for the quick decision making of a 55-year-old British helicopter pilot. According to a report from the UK’s Daily Mail, Paul and his wife Nancy Shevell were passengers on a helicopter traveling home to their estate in East Sussex on May 3 when bad weather nearly caused the chopper to crash into some trees. 
The pilot, an unidentified native of Hertfordshire, became disoriented when low clouds, poor visibility and rain forced the Sikorsky S-76C plunging downward according to The Daily Mail. The pilot reacted just in time, narrowly missing the tree line by two feet. The aircraft later landed safely at a nearby airport. The report states that Paul and Nancy had no idea they were in grave danger.
Andrew Celani — WZLX/Boston

And, in Beatles-related news ...

For Those who Listen to Records REAL Closely,
Gary Pig Gold celebrates the release of the Grand new
PRODUCED BY GEORGE MARTIN dvd at the virtual address below.

Here are a couple more that you just don't hear anymore ... man, these BOTH sounded great when I played around with them last night.  Play dee-jay and start the second one during the long fade of the first one ... odds are you won't hear either of these on the radio anytime soon!  (kk)