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DJ Jack Rabid
Cheap Trick – When I Wake Up Tomorrow (Bang Zoom Crazy) brand new
Trash Can Sinatras – Ain’t That Something (Wild Pendulum) brand new
Lake Ruth – The Greenfield Industrialist (Actual Entity)
Bent Shapes – Realization Hits (Wolves of Want)
Bob Mould – The End of Things (Patch the Sky) brand new!
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass – Tijuana Taxi (single, slightly different than Going Places version) 1965
DJ Jack Rabid
Emma Pollock – Vacant Stare (In Search of Harperfield) new
Nada Surf – Friend Hospital (You Know Who You Are) brand new
The High Violets – How I Love (Everything About You) (Heroes and Halos) new
Chatham Rise (with Jeff Levitz) – Hollows (KXLU In Studio Session for Part Time Punks) new, possible world premiere
Johnny “Guitar” Watson (and Jeannie Barnes) – Telephone Boogie (Dapper Cats, Groovey Tunes, & Hot Guitars Vol. 3, and Hot Just Like TNT and 10 Greatest Blues Hits) 1957, not released until 1994
DJ Jack Rabid
DJ Jeff Kelson
Wannadies – You And Me Song (single) 1994
The Bodines – Therese (single) 1986 original Creation single version
The Verlaines – Death and the Maiden (single) 1983
The Clientele – Since K Got Over Me (single, Strange Geometry) 2001
Le Mans – Un Rayo Del Sol (single) 1993
The Directions – It May Be To Late (Weekend Dancers compilation) 1979
DJ Jeff Kelson
DJ Jack Rabid
(Final 8 Songs of This Show All Produced by Sir George Martin, 1926-2016, in tribute, R.I.P.!)
The Action – Hey Sah-Lo-Ney (b-side “I’ll Keep Holding On”) 1965
Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas – From a Window (single) 1964
Cilla Black – Love of the Loved (single) 1963 debut
The Fourmost – Everything in the Garden (single) 1965
Gerry & the Pacemakers – Walk Hand in Hand With Me (single)
Alma Cogan (with Stan Foster & His Orchestra) – It’s You (single)
The Beatles – Think For Yourself (Rubber Soul) 1965
DJ Jack Rabid
Peter Sellers & Sophia Loren – Goodness Gracious Me (single, soundtrack to Britsh film, The Millionairess) 1960

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