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This Week – Episode #995
(03/26/2021)

“We Aren’t Batting A Thousand For Another Four Shows. My Goal Is To Make Sure That Each Of Those Will Be Better Than Average. So, I’m Going To Give It A Shot! Oh, And By The Way, Spring Is Here!”
 
Opening Song
I’m The Urban Spaceman – Bonzo Dog Band (Edsel)
Set #1 Some Songs Are More Epic Than Others. These Next Ones Are Kind Of Thelma And Louise Meets, Uh, Films That Aren’t Quite As Adventurous!
Baby The Rain Must Fall – Glenn Yarborough (RCA Victor)
Crush Story – Too Much Joy (WEA)
Dogtown – The Spent Poets (Geffen)
Set #2 As I Mentioned It’s Spring! This Time Last Year, Rain And May Flowers Were The Last Thing We Were Paying Attention To. Now I Think We’ve Got A Shot At Somehing A Bit More, Inspiral-ing.
Crying In The Rain – The Everly Brothers (Warner Bros)
Don’t Let The Rain Come Down – The Serendipity Singers (Philips)
Spring Fever – Orleans (Asylum)
Commercial Rain – Inspiral Carpets (Cow)
Set #3 If You Arrive In A Small Town And Meet A Guy Or A Girl In A Bar, Remember, Your Big City Ways And Dress Might Not Impress. In Fact They Might Gum Up The Works, So To Speak!
Local Girls – Graham Parker (Arista)
I’m Running After You – Major Hooples Boarding House (Private Stock)
Feelings – The Grass Roots (Dunhill)
Indian Giver – 1910 Fruitgum Company (Buddah)
Set #4 While There’s Nothing Inherently Bizarre Here, The Combination of Musical Flavors Are Like A Fine Red Wine. Earthy, International Notes That Won’t Fade Over Time!
How Bizarre – OMC (Mercury)
(I Know) I’m Losing You – Rare Earth (Rare Earth)
Closing Song
Harlem Nocturne – The Viscounts (Vulture)

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