Mar 03 2012

The first hour is a tribute to the Monkees in lieu of the passing of Davy Jones this past week. During the show we had an excited caller who thought we did a bang up job. Every week there is someone in this realm of music who passes away, so I don't usually spend a lot of time on tributes. But the Monkees were so influential on me and many others of my generation and beyond that I had to spend some time on them . Hey even MTV copied their video format. And you can't help but smile when you hear a Monkees tune. The kids today all know I'm A Believer because it was in Shrek. But that was a cover tune. I wonder if they even know it was the Monkees who did that tune first. LOL The second hour is filled with a good variety of genres as usual including the beutiful Ultimat Spinach track-5th Horseman of the Apocalypse which I listened to over and over again when I was 16 or so. It was so different than anything else out there at the time. Unfortunately , it gets cut off for the next show coming on. I will have to feature it again on a show in the near future.


The Monkees

(Theme from) The Monkees
IN-SPOT with Harry Harrison
Last Train to Clarksville
Dirty Diego-War Chant
Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)
talk
Davey and Peter clip
Daydream Believer
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
This Jusn't Seem To be My Day
99 Pounds
Davey clip - cold gravy
Looking For the Good Times
talk
Can You Dig It?
Promo for Head
Porpoise Song (Theme from Head)
Mr. Not - What What
Monkees and Jimi Hendrix concert promo
Auntie's Municipal Court
talk
Lady Jane
P.O. Box 9847
Outro

Simon & Garfunkel - Cloudy
Hudson - Everybody Sing
The Tuneful Trolley- Hello Love
Jimmy Curtiss - Psychedelic Situations
Timmy Thomas - Have Some Boogaloo
Johnny Otis - Banana Peels
Franco Micalizzi - Special Agents
Rory Gallagher - Secret Agent
The Groundhogs - Light of Day
Traffic - Freedom Rider
Audience - Jackdaw
T2 - In Circles
Ultimate Spinach - 5th Horseman of the Apocalypse