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Tin Can Alley 8-12-23

The Vogues-5:00 World

Bob & Earl-Harlem Shuffle

Beatles-Penny Lane


Donovan-Riki Tiki Tavi

Bee Gees-Massachusetts

***Focus-Marion Frank***

Crosby Stills & Nash-You Don’t Have to Cry

Neil Diamond-Holly Holy

***Stud Shop/summer 74***

Lighthouse-Sunny Days***

Creedence-Long as I Can See the Light

***Sylvania TV & components***

Stevie Wonder-Heaven Help Us All



5 Man Electrical Band-Absolutely Right

Edward Bear-Close Your Eyes

Guess Who-Orly

Hour 2

***A’s Fish House w/George Jennings***

Doobies-Eyes of Silver

Chi Coltrane-Thunder & Lightning

Bob Dylan-Forever Young

War-Why Can’t We Be Friends

Atlanta Rhythm Section-Doraville

***Movie-Rafferty & The Gold Dust Twins***

Bad Company-Movin’ On

Gordon Lightfoot-The Circle is Small

Boz Scaggs-What Can I Say

***Cliff Peck #3***

Led Zeppelin-Fool in the Rain

Police-Bring on the Night

Donnie Iris-My Girl

***MTV theme***

Schon/Hammer-No More Lies

Frida-I Know There’s Something Going On

Foreigner-Break it Up

***Hollywood Squares/Pet sheep***

I'm a bit tardy in gettin' these guys posted, but posted, they finally are. The show opener still reminds me of the opening of "The Drew Carey Show", as it WAS that show's opening theme for its first two or three seasons. I don't typically go pre-1964, but I did THIS week (by a couple of months) for the Bob & Earl classic, remade by the Stones 20 years later. I've got two BARELY top 40 hits from bands that otherwise were one hit wonders, as well as one of my all time favorite one hit wonders, Chi Coltrane. And I've never played a song by Abba - maybe someday? - but I have one from "Frida", actual name Anni-Frid Lyngstaad, and actual former member of Abba, on a song written by Russ Ballard and produced by Phil Collins, who also played drums on it. Hope you like!

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