Note: The Retro Mix will be going on hiatus for a few weeks, returning on Friday July 16th.
7 pm hour
I Heard It Through the Grapevine- Gladys Knight & the Pips Put Your Cat Clothes On- Carl Perkins I Hear You Knocking- Smiley Lewis Five O'Clock World- The Vogues That Is Rock and Roll- The Coasters Nothing But Heartaches- The Supremes Free Advice- The Mamas & the Papas Young Girl- Gary Puckett & the Union Gap You're So Fine- The Falcons Guantanamera- The Sandpipers
On the Flip Side segment: Little Demon- Screaming Jay Hawkins (B-side to "I Put A Spell On You")
Stupid Cupid- Connie Francis Wipeout- The Surfaris My Pledge of Love- The Joe Jeffrey Group The Weight- The Band Will You Be Staying After Sunday- Peppermint Rainbow Money Honey- Clyde McPhatter & the Drifters Only the Strong Survive- Jerry Butler Break Out- Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
8 pm hour
Believe What You Say- Ricky Nelson Attack- The Toys Rag Doll- The 4 Seasons Whispering Bells- The Del Vikings You're A Better Man Than I- Terry Knight & the Pack Pushin' Too Hard- The Seeds Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite- The Spaniels Boys- The Shirelles Harper Valley, P.T.A.- Jeannie C. Riley Get Out Now- Tommy James & the Shondells
The Greatest Miss of the Week: Everyday I Have To Cry- Steve Alaimo (peaked at #46 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963)
Kissin’ Time- Bobby Rydell Rockin’ Robin- Bobby Day Let’s Go Get Stoned- Ray Charles Little Bit O’ Soul- The Music Explosion I’m Gonna Destroy That Boy- The What Four The Matador- Major Lance Great Balls of Fire- Jerry Lee Lewis Foot Stompin'- The Flares Twist, Twist Senora- Gary "U.S." Bonds Sunshine of Your Love- Cream
The Retro Mix Video of the Week: Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis
Gimme Some Lovin'- The Spencer Davis Group Caper At the Coffeehouse- The Warren Barker Orchestra A Fool In Love- Ike & Tina Turner Born To Be Wild- Steppenwolf Been So Long- The Pastels You've Really Got A Hold On Me- The Miracles I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better- The Byrds Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In the Shadow?- The Rolling Stones Shake, Rattle and Roll- Big Joe Turner I'm Ready- Fats Domino
Double Retro segment: Piece of My Heart- Big Brother & the Holding Company (recorded in 1968) Piece of My Heart- Erma Franklin (orig. version, recorded in 1967)
Pony Time- Chubby Checker Jump, Jive an' Wail- Louis Prima featuring Keely Smith, w/ Sam Butera & the Witnesses Sweet Lorene- Otis Redding Since I Don't Have You- The Skyliners Whispering- Nino Tempo & April Stevens Georgy Girl- The Seekers Bo Diddley- Bo Diddley Gino Is A Coward- Gino Washington
8 pm hour
White Rabbit- Jefferson Airplane Sit with the Guru- The Strawberry Alarm Clock Rubber Biscuit- The Chips Stagger Lee- Lloyd Price Mama Didn't Lie- Jan Bradley Reach Out of the Darkness- Friend & Lover Spanish Flea- Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass Alice Long (You're Still My Favorite Girlfriend)- Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart I Got the Feeling- James Brown Love Is A Beautiful Thing- The Rascals
With or Without You segment: Green, Green- The New Christy Minstrels Eve of Destruction- Barry McGuire
Shake A Hand- Faye Adams Ain't Too Proud To Beg- The Temptations Money's My Problem- Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs Get A Job- The Silhouettes Abigail Beecher- Freddy Cannon Jenny Jenny- Little Richard I'll Always Love You- The Spinners I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)- The Electric Prunes
The Retro Mix Video of the Week: Alice Long (You're Still My Favorite Girlfriend) by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
In the recent poll in which I asked readers if they felt Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was sincere in his efforts to improve the privacy issues facing his social media site, most of you weren't buying it.
Here are the final results:
No- 75% Yes- 25%
Thanks to all of you who participated and shared your thoughts in the comments section. Regarding the latter, my apologies for not responding to you individually in the comments box.
Due to a project that I recently began, my blogging activity will greatly decrease. However, when something pops up in the world of pop culture that interests me and time permits, I'll be back with more posts, polls, etc.
Faced with privacy control problems as well as a damning IM exchange he had as a 19 yr old undergrad at Harvard, 25 yr old Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg got out the proverbial pail and started bailing with an open letter published in the Washington Post. You can read more on the story by visiting the following link:
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