The King's Singers - Strawberry Fields Forever (1978) Scratch and sniff! Produced by the late, great Greg Lake.
Bangor Flying Circus - Norwegian Wood (1969)
The Goodship Lollipop - Maxwell's Silver Hammer (1969)
Ken Ray Wilemon and Me - Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
Bud Shank - I Am The Walrus (1968)
Charlotte Dada - Don't Let Me Down (1972) The Girl with the Golden Voice, a title she has more than justified since she started her career with the Uhuru Dance Band early in the 1960s. She also sang with Franco and the Walking Shadows before breaking off as a solo artist, recording with Leader of Uhuru Dance Band Stan Plange and his Experimental Group and the Britain-based group Cool Blaze.
Cher - The Long and Winding Road (1973) At 30:50 of this podcast, the bass player makes a pretty big goof.
Ken Ray Wilemon and Me - The Long and Winding Road
Ken Ray Wilemon and Me - Old Brown Shoe
Don Randi Trio - Tomorrow Never Knows (1966) Don Randi began his career as a pianist and keyboard player in 1956, gradually establishing a reputation as a leading session musician. In the early 1960s, he was a musician and arranger for record producer Phil Spector's Wall of Sound. He played piano on "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" by Nancy Sinatra and on her albums as well as being a member of her touring band for decades. He performed on the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" and "God Only Knows". His piano can be heard on the Buffalo Springfield songs "Expecting to Fly" and "Broken Arrow". He claims to have played on over three hundred hit records, working with Linda Ronstadt (the harpsichord on "Different Drum"), Quincy Jones, Cannonball Adderley, Herb Alpert, Sarah Vaughan, Lee Hazlewood and Frank Zappa.
Doug Parkinson In Focus - Dear Prudence (1969)
Fickle Pickle - Maybe I'm Amazed (1970)
Ken Ray Wilemon and I - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
Ken Ray Wilemon and I - Here, There, and Everywhere
Ken Ray Wilemon and I - I Should Have Known Better
Franck Pourcel and His Orchestra - Don't Let Me Down (1969)
Gary McFarland and Gabor Szabo - The Word (1966)
Ray Conniff - Hey Jude (1978)
Ken Ray Wilemon and Me - Gimme Some Truth
The Koppycats - Things We Said Today (1966) Ian & The Zodiacs were a British Rock'n'Roll and Beat band formed in 1958, originally known as The Zodiacs, in Liverpool, England. The band existed in relative obscurity until relocating to Germany in 1964 where they achieved national success. During the band's three-year stint in Germany, they released three albums under their name, exclusive to the country until their re-release. They also released two cover albums featuring material by The Beatles with the name The Koppycats.
The Koppycats - Nowhere Man (1967) Jeesh, get the chords right. And the harmonies.
Les 409 - Hello Goodbye (1967)
Les 409 - I'm a Man (1967)
Link Wray - Please Please Me (1963)
Mike Quinn - Apple Pie (1969)
Nicky Scott - Honey Pie (1969)
Helen Merrill - Norwegian Wood (1970)
Ken Ray Wilemon and Me - Beware of Darkness
Ken Ray Wilemon and Me - Jet
My Vinyl Collection Keeps Getting Bigger and Worse.
The Abortion Show
Wendy and Bonnie are connected to Wendy and Lisa.
This setlist might be my best ever! Hollywood stars and groovy ads!
Os Mutantes and Rita Lee. Also BIll Haley rarities.
The Uncoolest Band In The World!!!
Dave Mason, Cass Elliot, Laura Nyro, and a RARE disco single by Paul Revere and the Raiders.
The Osmonds "The Plan" is a concept album about Mormonism.
Godley and Creme, and Some Obscure Original Versions
Ray Charles kicks off an odd potpourri.
The KISS Show!! With Gilbert Neal and Ken Ray Wilemon
My Two Favorite Side-Long Songs and Some Beach Boys Rarities
Transcendental Meditation, Celebrity Children, and The Free Design
I Bring The Funk.
If any country's gonna invade another one, ruin an entire Olympic Games, and make fun of another land's women, you better believe it's gonna be the good ol' USA!!
ABC Records' Answer to Cream. Solo Paul Revere and the Raiders. "The Naked Ape" Soundtrack You've Been Asking For.
Carole King seems nice.
A fecund amalgam featuring the lost Associations album, early INXS, and stuff about Hayti, Durham. Amalgams can't be fecund, can they?
Two Songs. 18 Versions of "Age of Aquarius" and 15 of "Light My Fire". A unique ecstasy or a very exacting torture. You know me!!
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