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Tin Can Alley 7-15-23

Beatles-Lady Madonna

Bee Gees-Mining Disaster 1941

Otis Redding-Direct Me

Animals-It’s My Life

Bread-Friends & Lovers

Johnny Rivers-Summer Rain

***Focus on the Newsmakers promos***

Nilsson-Everybody’s Talkin’

Apollo 100-Joy

3 Dog Night-Liar

***PSA-Travelin’ Arkansas-Hot Springs & Oaklawn***

BS&T-Go Down Gamblin’

Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose-Don’t Ever Be Lonely

Dramatics-In the Rain

*** Ford Clearance ‘74***

Paul Revere & the Raiders-Song Seller

Who-Join Together

Gordon Lightfoot-Don Quixote

Hour 2

***Ozark Music Festival 1974***

Bob Seger-Nutbush City Limits

America-Today’s the Day

Eagles-Ol’ 55

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band-All I Have to Do is Dream

Joe Walsh-Meadows

***Ozark Music Festival/take 2***

REO Speedwagon-Roll With the Changes

BTO-Hold Back the Water

Souther Hillman Furay-Fallin’ in Love

***Movie-Sugarland Express***

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers-American Girl

Eddie Rabbitt-I Love a Rainy Night

Linda Ronstadt-I Can’t Let Go

Supertramp-Goodbye Stranger

Ambrosia-You’re the Only Woman

***Firesign #26-Roll up your arm***

It's the second year in a row that I'm dwelling on acts that performed at the 1974 Ozark Music Festival (love the Wolfman doing the ads), so I guess this is something I'm going to do on a yearly basis. But at least it's with different songs...with one exception, as it turns out! (Played the same Seger tune last year. Oops.) I have several b-sides on this week's show (four of 'em!), as well as a few non-hits, but then there's the counterbalance of major hits from Eddie Rabbitt, The Dramatics, The Beatles, Bee Gees, Nilsson, and 3 Dog Night. Love the 45 version of that last song, as the mix of the single "Liar" is noticeably different from the album version (they REALLY brought up the electric guitar, and it has a different fade). As always, hope you enjoy.

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