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This Week – Episode #796
(06/10/2017)  

“It All Began With A Request From Tom Of Bombshell Radio For A Set Of Songs From 1973. I Went For The Paul Simon Track And A Couple Of Songs That Attached. From There On In, I Left The Year Entirely And Where It Went From There, We’re All About To Find Out Together!”
 
Opening Song 
Doesn’t Somebody Want To Be Wanted – The Partridge Family (Bell)
Set #1 To Give You A Picture Of What The Following Music Is About, I Decided To Put It Under A Microscope To See Exactly What The Cell Structure Was. Unfortunately We Had A Blackout And Someone Used The Last Matchstick To Find A Cure For Something!
Kodachrome – Paul Simon (Columbia)
Pictures Of Matchstick Men – Status Quo (Cadet)
Pictures Of You – The Cure (Elektra)
Set #2 It Doesn’t Matter If You Are Bob Or David, Or Even Ritchie. If The Lyrics Are In A Different Language, It Makes Things More Exotic – Even If You Find Out That All They’re Saying Is “I’m Not A Sailor, I’m A Captain!”
Romance In Durango – Bob Dylan (Columbia)
Loco DeAmor – David Byrne y Celia Cruz (Sire)
Spanish Harlem – Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)
La Bamba – Ritchie Valens (Del Fi)
Set #3 While U2 Might Have Been The Band Of The Moment All Over The World, There Was Another Equally Stunning One That Wowed The Locals.
Brewing Up A Storm – The Stunning (Solid)
A Beautiful Morning – The Rascals (Atlantic)
Beautiful Sunday – Daniel Boone (Mercury)
Pretty Girl – The Easybeats (United Artists)
Set #4 We’re Not Done Quite Yet, Though It Seems Like The Bands Are Ready To Go!
Ready To Go – Republica (RCA)
Going Underground – The Jam (Polydor)
Closing Song 
Tukka Yoots Riddim – Us3 (Blue Note)
This Week – Episode #796
(06/10/2017)  

“It All Began With A Request From Tom Of Bombshell Radio For A Set Of Songs From 1973. I Went For The Paul Simon Track And A Couple Of Songs That Attached. From There On In, I Left The Year Entirely And Where It Went From There, We’re All About To Find Out Together!”
Opening Song 
Doesn’t Somebody Want To Be Wanted – The Partridge Family (Bell)
Set #1 To Give You A Picture Of What The Following Music Is About, I Decided To Put It Under A Microscope To See Exactly What The Cell Structure Was. Unfortunately We Had A Blackout And Someone Used The Last Matchstick To Find A Cure For Something!
Kodachrome – Paul Simon (Columbia)
Pictures Of Matchstick Men – Status Quo (Cadet)
Pictures Of You – The Cure (Elektra)
Set #2 It Doesn’t Matter If You Are Bob Or David, Or Even Ritchie. If The Lyrics Are In A Different Language, It Makes Things More Exotic – Even If You Find Out That All They’re Saying Is “I’m Not A Sailor, I’m A Captain!”
Romance In Durango – Bob Dylan (Columbia)
Loco DeAmor – David Byrne y Celia Cruz (Sire)
Spanish Harlem – Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)
La Bamba – Ritchie Valens (Del Fi)
Set #3 While U2 Might Have Been The Band Of The Moment All Over The World, There Was Another Equally Stunning One That Wowed The Locals.
Brewing Up A Storm – The Stunning (Solid)
A Beautiful Morning – The Rascals (Atlantic)
Beautiful Sunday – Daniel Boone (Mercury)
Pretty Girl – The Easybeats (United Artists)
Set #4 We’re Not Done Quite Yet, Though It Seems Like The Bands Are Ready To Go!
Ready To Go – Republica (RCA)
Going Underground – The Jam (Polydor)
Closing Song 
Tukka Yoots Riddim – Us3 (Blue Note)

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