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Tin Can Alley 7-8-23

Aretha Franklin-Chain of Fools

Rolling Stones-19th Nervous Breakdown

Monkees-Daydream Believer

Glen Campbell-Wichita Lineman

Junior Walker-What Does it Take

***LR Soap Box Derby***

Grass Roots-Bella Linda

McNamara-Lay a Little Lovin’ on Me

Stylistics-Betcha By Golly Wow

***KAAY/cash man***

Guess Who-Hand Me Down World

Grand Funk-Footstompin’ Music

***Movie-Big Bad Mama***

Al Green-I Can’t Get Next to You

Stevie Wonder-Superwoman

***KAAY fishing rodeo***

Jimi Hendrix-Freedom

Doors-Riders on the Storm

Chicago-Saturday in the Park

Hour 2

***Ark. Arts Center/Beer GardenTheater***

George Harrison-Dark Horse

William DeVaughan-Be Thankful for What You Got


Brownsville Station-Smokin’ in the Boys Room

Billy Joel-Vienna

***Movie-Harry & Tonto***

Neil Diamond-Longfellow Serenade


***Jean’s Florist w/blooper***

O’Jays-Used to Be My Girl

John Cougar-This Time

Genesis-Turn it on Again

***Beaker St. promo***

Moody Blues-Blue World

John Waite-Missing You

Eagles-Pretty Maids All in a Row

***Firesign #30-Leave those books***

Playing a song that has one of my all time favorite song titles - "Betcha, By Golly, Wow". Still wondering which co-writer of the song, Thom Bell or Linda Creed, came up with that. The title suggests silliness, but it's instead an overly earnest love song. Also have one of my favorite one hit wonders, Focus, with a follow up song of theirs (to "Hocus Pocus") that went pretty much nowhere, but is another example of a song that bombed here but hit big in the UK (where it got to #4). And a sentimental favorite of mine wraps up this week's program, as I think "Pretty Maids All in a Row" is without question one of the best songs Joe Walsh ever came up with.

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