Sunday 16 May 2010

From Blogger to Wordpress...

Please note I have now moved my blogs to Wordpress. Please amend your links to:

The old Jocknroll and World of Misery Guts blogs have been amalgamated into Jocknroll Ain't Noise Pollution, which will cover "music and musings". Please amend your links accordingly.

Many thanks

Paul aka The Cat aka Misery Guts

Sunday 9 May 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287 AM - Sunday 9 May 2010

A year older but none the wiser. Where The Action Is continues to weave its magic and pull more musical surprises from its top hat. In this afternoon's show...

The Open Mind - Cast A Spell (Philips 1969)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
Jackson Sisters - Miracles (Prophecy 1973)
Karen Verros - You Just Gotta Know My Mind (Dot 1965)
The Kinks - Australia (Pye 1969)
The Seekers - Georgy Girl (Columbia 1966)
Kim Weston - Looking For The Right Guy (Motown 1964)
Doris Troy - Tomorrow Is Another Day (Atlantic 1963)
The Soul Agents - The Seventh Son (Pye 1964) (Connect 3)
Nancy Sinatra - Last of the Secret Agents (Reprise 1966) (Connect 3)
Edwin Starr - Agent Double-O Soul (Ric-Tic 1965) (Connect 3)
The Living Daylights - Let's Live for Today (Philips 1967)
Lulu - Stop Fooling Around (Decca 1965)
The She Trinity - He Fought The Law (Columbia 1966) (Birthday: 9/5/67 Sonny Curtis)
Fontella Bass - Recovery (Chess 1965)
Tammi Terrell - Come On and See Me (Motown 1966)
Jacques Brel - Mathilde (Barclay 1964) (Foreign Language)
Twinkle - Ain't Nobody Home But Me (Decca 1965)
The John Barry Orchestra - Beat for Beatniks (Columbia 1960) (Half-Time Instrumental)
The Isley Brothers - Behind A Painted Smile (Tamla 1968)
Unit 4+2 - I Will (Fontana 1969)
The Message - Rum-Bum-A-Loo (Trojan 1970) (Trojan Mod Reggae)
Cher - See See Rider (Imperial 1965)
A Band of Angels - (Accept) My Invitation (Piccadilly 1966)
The Mindbenders - The Morning After (Fontana 1966)
Fountains of Wayne - Better Things (Rykodisc 2002) (Under The Influence)
The Starlets - You Don't Love Me (Tower 1965)
Buddy Britten and the Regents - Right Now (Piccadilly 1965)
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas - Motoring (Gordy 1965)
Shorty Long - Devil in the Blue Dress (Soul 1964) (Connect 3)
Rupert & The Red Devils - It's For You (Unreleased 1962) (Connect 3)
Goodnight Kisses - Devil in the Dark (Atco 1965) (Connect 3)
The Mirror - Faster Than Light (Philips 1968)
The Liverbirds - Talking About You (Star-Club)
Helen Shapiro - Kiss n Run (Columbia 1960) (Two of a Kind)
Helen Shapiro - Easy Come Easy Go (Columbia 1963) (Two of a Kind)
Eddie Holland - Leaving Here (Motown 1964)
Paul Revere & The Raidres - Kicks (Columbia 1966)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

If you're in the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, you can tune in on channel 3 on your hospital bedside or on 1287AM on the Medium Wave.

That's it for this week. Until next time, it's good day and good health.

Saturday 8 May 2010

Night Noise Team - You Won (Permwhale Recordings)

Night Noise Team's new single 'You Won' will be released on 17th May, 2010. It will be available on download only from iTunes, Napster, Amazon, and

'You Won' is the follow-up to NNT's positively- received debut single 'Menolick' which garnered global podcast and blogging kudos (including airplay support from BBC 6Music's Steve Lamacq, various BBC Radio 1 shows and independent radio stations).

'You Won' is a captivating, expansive pop track tooled up for the summer. Inspired by a pub conversation about Chris Marker's 1962 French film classic 'La Jetee', the song was developed during last orders and the walk back to NNT's Edinburgh studio. Recording began the same night with a cameo from an irate neighbour who threatened to call the council Night Noise Team but ended up contributing an ethereal backing vocal.

The band has been together for 2 years and consists of Sean Ormsby from Belfast on vocals and guitar, Fabien Pinardon from Paris on bass, Marco Morelli from Milan on guitar and drummer Mike Walker from Dunfermline. Currently based in Edinburgh, Night Noise Team has been invited to play with Thomas Truax, Mercury-nominated The Invisible and Goldhawks at Glasgow's King Tut's as well as appearing on a compilation of Scottish bands with Meursault and Sparrow and the Workshop.

Night Noise Team's music has been compared to Galaxie 500, Arab Strap, Scissor Sisters, David Bowie and Belle and Sebastian by reviewers from NME, The Skinny, The List and Daily Record amongst others.

'You Won' is an infectious pop confection, a dancefloor anthem with a dark edge.

Friday 7 May 2010

The French Wives - Me vs Me

Glasgow's French Wives release their excellent new single "Me vs Me" on Monday 17 May 2010.

This wonderfully bright and sparky single will be officially launched at the Glasgow School of Art on Friday 14 May 2010, with support from Endor and Blue Sky. A mere £5 for 3 great bands.

You can view their promo film HERE, which, they say, features "genuine old versions" of themselves.

You can also catch the band in the flesh at these places in the near future:

Mon 17 May - Avalanche Records, Glasgow (Acoustic in-store at 5pm)
Sun 23 May - Madhouse @ The Lock Tavern, London
Sat 12 Jun - Strongbow Stage @ Rockness, Inverness
Sat 19 Jun - Insider Festival, Aviemore
Tue 22 Jun - Brel - West End Festival, Glasgow
Fri 16 Jul - The Tunnels - Aberdeen

You can also purchase the single from their small but perfectly formed shop HERE. I love the t-shirt design so much I've bought one. You should too!

Monday 3 May 2010

Fence Records announces first Away Game

After seven years of hosting the Home Game event in our home town of Anstruther, Fife, we at Fence Records are proud to announce details of our very first Away Game!

The Away Game will be taking place over the 24th – 26th of September 2010, on the beautifully remote isle of Eigg, located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.

With a population of just 70 people (plus a lot of sheep, some cows, and a big bastard bull called Dougald), the isle of Eigg has a strong sense of community – and all the islanders have a real thirst for a good party – the ideal location, then, for a Fence Records event!

Hosted by King Creosote and The Pictish Trail, the weekend will feature a bevvy of great music from the Fence Collective and special guests, as well as a chance to explore the island, meet old friends, and make new pals too.

The Pictish Trail: “Our first Away Game is gonna be a proper adventure! We wanted to capture the spirit of Home Game, and take it somewhere a bit bonkers. Since our very first Home Game, people have asked us to put on an Away Game in their hometown … but we’ve been secretly wanting to do something on Eigg for years. The scenery over there is absolutely gobsmacking – and the atmosphere is perfect for a party. I was over on the island recently, and everyone I met there is really excited about meeting you Fencers! I can’t reveal the line-up just yet … but ticketholders are in for a real treat”.

What makes this event different from the Home Game is that ticket holders will have the opportunity to camp, instead of having to fork out for B’n’B’s or other accommodation. So, expect campfire sing-a-longs, and amazing views out to sea.

As this is our first official Fence event of this type, we’re making it extremely limited – selling just 150 camping tickets.

Tickets for The Fence Records’ Away Game will go on sale on Monday 24th May, at 12 noon – on the Fence Records website, .

Tickets are priced at £90.00 each, and are inclusive of camping and arranged ferries to and from the island.

We’re chartering a couple of ferries from the coastal town of Arisaig on Friday afternoon (24th September), and some ferries returning to the mainland on the Sunday afternoon and Monday morning (26th/27th September). There’s a thrice-daily train service between Arisaig and Glasgow Queen Street – and we’ve timed all the ferries so that they synchronise with these.

Music is going to take place on the Friday night, from around 8/9pm, until very late … and then will start again from mid-afternoon until late on the Saturday. The Sunday will be a day to recover/sleep – and there’ll be a ferry to take some folk back home in the afternoon, and another on the Monday morning.

As with most Fence events, we’re not going to reveal the line-up for a wee while yet … but, rest assured, there’ll be a good mix of all your usual Fence Collective favourites … and some very special guests. To give you an idea of the type of music, here’s whom we’ve had play at previous Fence events …


Keep your eyes peeled to the Fence Records site over the next few weeks for more info on the weekend – including travel information, line-up etc. There’s also a thread on our messageboard (the Beef Board), where you can ask questions – you can visit it by clicking HERE.

Sunday 2 May 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkclady VRN 1287AM - Sunday 2 May 2010

Here we are again, May is upon us and I'm almost a year old, if not wiser. As is my wont I shall be providing a show of blatant and unapologetic self-indulgence. It's my birthday tomorrow and I'll play what I want to. Having said that, I shall remain pretty much within the normal musical parameters of my show. You'll hear artists and songs featuring "Paul", "Cat", "Birthday" and "Party", even amongst the usual features. Happy Birthday To Me!

The Beatles - Birthday (Apple 1968)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
Barbara Ruskin - Cats Eyes (Unreleased, Year Unknown)
Paul Craig - Midnight Girl (CBS 1966)
Annette Funicello - Tall Paul (Disneyland 1958)
Paul and Barry Ryan - I Love How You Love Me (Decca 1966)
The Kinks - Phenomenal Cat (Pye 1968)
Darlene Paul - A Little Bit of Heaven (Capitol 1964)
Petula Clark - Life and Soul of the Party (Pye 1966) (Connect 3)
The Victorians - You're Invited To A Party (Liberty 1964) (Connect 3)
Warwick - Let's Get The Party Going (RAK 1973) (Connect 3)
Paul and Paula - Hey Paula (Phillips 1963)
Fanny - Cat Fever (Reprise 1971)
The Merseys - The Cat (Fontana 1967) (Birthday: 3 May 1967 Me!)
Paul Revere & The Raiders - Just Like Me (Columbia 1966)
Paul Jones - I've Been A Bad Bad Boy (HMV 1967)
Geraldine Gaulier - Les Chattes (The Cats) (Label Unknown 1968) (Foreign Language)
Glenda Collins - Been Invited To a Party (HMV 1965)
Tony Russell - Happy Larry (On The Buses Theme) (Label Unknown 1969) (Half-Time Instrumental)
John Paul Jones - Baja (Pye 1964)
Paul Conway - Don't Make Fun of Me (Piccadilly 1964)
The Cats - Swan Lake (BAF 1968) (Trojan Mod Reggae)
Paul & Ritchie & The Cryan Shames - Come On Back (Decca 1966)
Peter, Paul and Mary - I Dig Rock and Roll Music (Warners 1967)
The Ivy League - We're Having A Party (Piccadilly 1965)
Attic Lights - Wendy (Paul Remix) (Island 2008) (Under The Influence)
The Associates - Party Fears Two (WEA 1982)
Paul's Troubles - You've Got Something (Ember 1966)
Simon and Garfunkel - Keep The Customer Satisfied (Columbia 1969)
Bobby Fuller Four - Birthday Cake (Keep Your Hands Off It) (Unreleased, Year Unknown) (Connect 3)
The Cookies - I Want A Boy For My Birthday (Dimension 1963) (Connect 3)
Baby Jane & The Rockabyes - Happy Birthday (Wherever You Are) (Unreleased 1963) (Connect 3)
Paul Kane - My Fair Baby's Comin' for Me (Unreleased, Year Unknown)
John E Paul - I Wanna Know (Decca 1967)
Paul Anka - I Can't Help Loving You (RCA 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Paul Anka - Smells Like Teen Spirit (Verve Music 2005) (Two of a Kind)
The Orchids - She's My Girl (Pebble 2010)
The Pixies Three - Birthday Party (Mercury 1963)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

If you're in the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, you can tune in on channel 3 on your hospital bedside or on 1287AM on the Medium Wave.

That's it for this week. Until next time, it's good day and good health.

The Orchids - She's My Girl (Pebble) out 24 May

The Legendary Sarah Records band are back!! An exciting announcement coming from Glasgow, home to the enigmatic five piece band The Orchids!

The guys have been busy since their last live performance in New York in summer 2008 writing and recording their fifth studio album. You will hear the results for the first time on a brand new Brighton-based label Pebble Records. The album called “The Lost Star” will be out in July 2010 and is preceded by the release of a single. The bands seventh single, “She’s My Girl” is released on 24th May and this will not disappoint new or existing fans, being a raucous guitar pop song for you to pogo and shout along to. This is backed with two other new songs “The OK Song (Single mix)” and “The Lost Star”. The two additional songs that make up a three song EP have been entirely produced by the band themselves but on the main song, and others on the new album, the band has renewed their relationship with producer Ian Carmichael with spectacular results.

The album is a varied collection of songs more in line with their second album than with the 2007 release “Unholy Soul”“Good To Be A Stranger”. Watch out for the Orchids pop sound you know so well on “Les Spectacles de la Foire” and “Song For A Friend” and try to control your feet when you hear tracks such as “The Way That She Moves”. Meanwhile the cinematic epic guitar sound of “Doot Doot” and beautiful harmonies in the understated “Back To Your House” may surprise some who expect everything to remain the same in the world of The Orchids – which of course it never does! You can also savour one of the best tracks on the album, the breathtaking and atmospheric “Girl To The Soldier” featuring the Cairn String Quartet (who have also worked with fellow Glaswegians Camera Obscura and Twilight Sad).

The album has been recorded and produced by the band’s bass player Ronnie Borland in Busby, Eaglesham and Manchester with final mixing by the aforementioned Ian Carmichael. As with their previous three albums, this one also features the beautiful vocals of Pauline Hynds.

The band has announced some shows to promote the records, returning to play for the second time at the popular English festival “Indie Tracks” on Saturday 24th July and then at Berlin popfest on Saturday 31st July. Look out for live performances to be announced for London and Glasgow. Listen to what they are all about and keep up to date with what happens next in the wonderful world of The Orchids at

“The best Scottish pop band since Orange Juice” – Melody Maker

“A blissful mix of the best Scottish bands of the last few years” – NME

“Eclectic. Every single song is a gem” – Exclaim

“Luxuriant textures, immaculate pop fizz with enviable purpose” – MM

“Songs of emotional wit and sparkling indie pop” – All Music Guide

“Languid and alluring” – Tangents

“Sweetly strummed, swoonily harmonised" – Uncut

“They brought together all the best parts of the 80's Scottish music scene, while adding something that's hard to pin down, yet made them so very special" Exclaim!

Sunday 25 April 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287 AM - Sunday 25 April 2010

The sun has well and truly got its hat on, as well as the rest of its holiday clothes, and toddled off somewhere else. Still I'll try and bring some musical sunshine in the shape of "Where the action Is". As usual we'll play two rounds of the Connect 3 game, we'll celebrate the birthday of songwriter Michael Brown and this week's foreign language track comes from Gillian Hills. There's also the half-time instrumental, the Trojan Mod Reggae track (still no suggestions for a groovy name for this feature?) and there's Two of a Kind from Nino Tempo and April Stevens. I'll also be playing another track from the brand new Jackie Leven album, "Gothic Road". For the last time we'll feature tracks from the Sunshine Pop edition of the Chartbusters USA series, "The Laurie Records Story" and "Phil's Spectre II: Another Wall of Soundalikes". Here are this week's dishes - tuck in:

The Beach Boys - Darlin' (Capitol 1967)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
Mary Wells - One Block From Heaven (Motown 1966)
Ella Washington - Too Weak To Fight (Sound Stage 7 1972)
The Del-Rons - Your Big Mistake (Laurie 1964)
Bobby Vee & The Strangers - Look At Me Girl (Liberty 1966)
Gloria Dennis - How Can I Be Sure (That It's Love) (Laurie 1965)
Bobby Coleman - (Baby) You Don't Have To Tell Me (Bounty 1965)
Gemini - Sunshine River (Clarion 1969) (Connect 3)
The Sunshine Company - Back On The Street Again (Imperial 1967) (Connect 3)
The Box Tops - I Only See Sunshine (Mala 1969) (Connect 3)
The Charmers - Shy Guy (Laurie 1963)
Kane and Abel - Break Down and Cry (Destination 1965)
The Left Banke - She May Call You Up Tonight (Smash 1967) (Birthday: 25/4/49 Michael Brown)
The Cheese Cakes - Heading for a Heartbreak (Laurie 1966)
Noreen Corcoran - Dreamin' of You (Vee-Jay 1964)
Gillian Hills - Maintenant Il Telephone (Barclay 1963) (Foreign Language)
Mamas and the Papas - I Saw Her Again (Dunhill 1966)
The Small Faces - Own Up Time (Decca 1966) (Half-Time Instrumental)
Bernadette Carroll - Circus Girl (Laurie 1965)
Spanky & Our Gang - Lazy Day (Mercury 1967)
Owen Gray - Running Around (Blue Beat 1960) (Trojan Mod Reggae)
Willie Hobbs - Where Did I Go Wrong? (Sound Stage 7 1970)
Joe South - Don't Be Ashamed (Capitol 1969)
Beverly Warren - Let Me Get Close To You (Rust 1965)
Jackie Leven - John Paul Getty's Silver Cadillac (Cooking Vinyl 2010) (Under The Influence)
The Forum - The River Is Wide (Mira 1966)
Connie Stevens - A Girl Never Knows (Warner Bros 1964)
Brenda Lee Jones - You're The Love of My Life (Rust 1966)
The Peppermint Rainbow - Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael (Decca 1969) (Connect 3)
Jackie Lee - End of a Rainbow (LP version) (Pye 1971) (Connect 3)
The Rainbow People - Rainbows (Pye 1968) (Connect 3)
The Chiffons - Keep The Boy Happy (Laurie 1967)
Marcy - Love (Can Make You Happy) (Sundi 1969)
Nino Tempo & April Stevens - The Habit of Lovin' You Baby (White Whale 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Nino Tempo & April Stevens - All Strung Out (White Whale 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Harpers Bizarre - Anything Goes (Warner Bros 1967)
The Righteous Brothers - Nite Owl (Moonglow 1964)
The Association - Time for Livin' (Warner Bros 1968)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

If you're in the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, you can tune in on channel 3 on your hospital bedside or on 1287AM on the Medium Wave.

That's it for this week. Next week will be a self-indulgent Birthday special as it's the day before my big day. I'll be playing tracks by artists who have Paul in their name, or songs/artists about cats (because I'm "The Cat") and a few birthday/party tracks. Until then, it's good day and good health.

Sunday 18 April 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287 AM - Sunday 18 April 2010

It's back to VRN after a week of sunshine in beautiful Strathyre. We'll play two rounds of the Connect 3 game, we'll celebrate the birthday of Manfred Mann multi-instrumentalist Mike Vickers and this week's foreign language track comes from Sandie Shaw. There's also the half-time instrumental, the Trojan Mod Reggae track (any suggestions for a groovy name for this feature?) and there's Two of a Kind from Reparata, with and without the Delrons. We'll also play a track from the brand new Jackie Leven album, "Gothic Road". This month's shows will feature tracks from the Sunshine Pop edition of the Chartbusters USA series, "The Laurie Records Story" and "Phil's Spectre II: Another Wall of Soundalikes". This week's delights:

The Lovin' Spoonful - She Is Still A Mystery (Kama Sutra 1967)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
The Fifth Dimension - Workin' On A Groovy Thing (Soul City 1969)
Marie Antoinette - He's My Dream Boy (Providence 1964)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - If You Can Want (Tamla 1968)
The Lemon Pipers - Green Tambourine (Buddah 1967)
The Bonnets - Ya Gotta Take A Chance (Unical 1963)
Dawn - Sandy (Laurie 1968)
Robert Knight - Love On A Mountain Top (Monument 1973) (Connect 3)
The Victorians - Climb Every Mountain (Liberty 1963) (Connect 3)
Valerie Mountain - Some People (Pye 1962) (Connect 3)
The Summits - He's An Angel (Harmon/Rust 1963)
The Young Rascals - A Girl Like You (Atlantic 1967)
Manfred Mann - Hubble Bubble (Toil and Trouble) (HMV 1964) (Birthday: 18/4/40 Mike Vickers)
Timmy & The Persianettes - Timmy Boy (Olympia 1963)
Cortina Ford - Don't Lean On Me (Laurie 1966)
Sandie Shaw - Rien N'Est Fini (Guardo Te Che Te Ne Vai) (Pye 1966) (Foreign Language)
The Satisfactions - Bring It All Down (Imperial 1966)
Dave Pike - Sweeet Tater Pie (Atlantic 1965) (Half-Time Instrumental)
The Tokens - She Lets Her Hair Down (Buddah 1969)
The Fantastic Vantastics - Gee What A Boy (Tuff 1965)
Clancy All Stars - C N Express (Trojan 1967) (Trojan Mod Reggae)
Dana Gillespie - Thank You Boy (Pye 1965)
The Charmers - Sweet Talk (Laurie 1963)
The Friends of Distinction - Grazing In The Grass (RCA 1969)
Jackie Leven - Gothic Road (Cooking Vinyl 2010) (Under The Influence)
The Chiffons - Love Me Like You're Gonna Lose Me (Laurie 1969)
The Velvelettes - Let Love Live (A Little Bit Longer) (Unreleased 1965)
The Knickbockers - Wishful Thinking (Challenge 1966)
Helen Shapiro - A Teenager Sings The Blues (EMI 1962) (Connect 3)
The Jeans - Whenever A Teenager Cries (Laurie 1981) (Connect 3)
Joe Simon - Teenager's Prayer (Sound Stage 7 1965) (Connect 3)
Ruby & The Romantics - Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore (Kapp 1965)
The Neon Philharmonic - Morning Girl (Warner Bros 1969)
Reparat and the Delrons - I'm Nobody's Baby Now (RCA Victor 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Reparata - Your Life Is Gone (Laurie 1972) (Two of a Kind)
The Association - Time for Livin' (Warner Bros 1968)
The Rolling Stones - Plundered My Soul (Polydor 1972)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

If you're in the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, you can tune in on channel 3 on your hospital bedside or on 1287AM on the Medium Wave.

That's it for this week. It's back to the day job and changeable weather but I'll be back with you next week for more aural delights. Until then, it's good night and good health.

Sunday 11 April 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287 AM - Sunday 11 April 2010

After the trauma of the HBA awards and the chocolate-flavoured goings-on of the Easter weekend, it's back to normality and the usual mix of mod, soul, Motown, alternative pop and a veritable cornucopia of classic cuts from the late 50s through to the early 70s. This month's shows will feature tracks from the Sunshine Pop edition of the Chartbusters USA series, The Laurie Records Story and "Phil's Spectre II: Another Wall of Soundalikes". Eyes down for a full house:

The Turtles - Happy Together (White Whale 1967)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
The Summits - Hanky Panky (Harmon/Rust 1963)
The Beach Boys - I Do (Unreleased 1963)
The Critters - Younger Girl (Kapp 1966)
Les Girls - I Still Love You (Laurie 1966)
The Velvelettes - A Bird in the Hand (Is Worth Two In the Bush) (VIP 1965)
The Cowsills - The Rain, The Park and Other Things (MGM 1967)
Eight Feet - Bobby's Come A Long Long Way (Columbia 1966) (Connect 3)
Keith - 98.6 (Mercury 1966) (Connect 3)
Four Tops - Wonderful Baby (Motown 1967) (Connect 3)
Cher - I Go To Sleep (Imperial 1965)
Linda and the Lindettes - He's Mine (Unreleased 1964)
The Kingsmen - Louie Louie (Jerden 1963) (Birthday: 11/4/35 Richard Berry)
The Goodies - Dum Dum Ditty (Blue Cat 1965)
Don and the Goodtimes - I Could Be So Good To You (Epic 1967)
Jacques Brel - Le Moribond (Philips 1961) (Foreign Language)
Lorrie Darnell - Nothing Went Right (Laurie 1963)
Tony Newman - Let The Good Times Roll (Decca 1968) (Half-Time Instrumental)
Donovan - Wear Your Love Like Heaven (Epic 1967)
Dobie Gray - No Room To Cry (Charger 1966)
Tommy McCook - Riverton City (Trojan 1966) (Trojan Mod Reggae)
Mama Cass - It's Getting Better (Dunhill 1969)
The Rockin' Berries - The Water Is Over My Head (Piccadilly 1965)
Dawn - I'm Afraid They're All Talking About Me (Laurie 1967)
Jackie Leven - In a Shivering Blaze (Cooking Vinyl 2010) (Under The Influence)
Suzy Wallis - Be My Man (RCA-Victor 1965)
Tommy James and The Shondells - Crystal Blue Persuasion (Roulette 1969)
Episode Six - Put Yourself In My Place (Pye 1965)
Kathy Lynn & The Playboys - I Got A Guy (Swan 1964) (Connect 3)
Bernadette Carroll - He's Just A Playboy (Laurie 1965) (Connect 3)
Sundown Playboys - Saturday Night Special (Apple 1972) (Connect 3)
The Dreamlovers - You Gave Me Somebody To Love (Warner Bros 1966)
Robert John - If You Don't Want My Love (Columbia 1968)
The Chiffons - If I Knew Then (What I Know Now) (Laurie 1966) (Two of a Kind)
The Chiffons - Stop, Look and Listen (Laurie 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Clydie King - The Thrill Is Gone (Imperial 1965)
Chris Farlowe - Out of Time (Immediate 1966)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

That's it for this week. I'm now off for a week's R&R with my ladies but I'll back for next week's show. Until then, it's good night and good health.