Tag: Beach Boys

Saturday 12/10/22 4pm ET: Feature LP: Beach Boys – Pet Sounds (1966)

Pet Sounds is the eleventh studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on May 16, 1966, by Capitol Records. It was initially met with a lukewarm critical and commercial response in the United States, peaking at number 10 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. In the United Kingdom, the album was lauded by critics and reached number 2 on the Record Retailer chart, remaining in the top ten for six months. Promoted there as “the most progressive pop album ever”, Pet Sounds was recognised for its ambitious production, sophisticated music, and emotional lyrical content. It is considered to be among the greatest and most influential albums in music history.

The album was produced, arranged, and almost entirely composed by Brian Wilson with guest lyricist Tony Asher. It was recorded largely between January and April 1966, a year after Wilson quit touring with his bandmates. His goal was to create “the greatest rock album ever made”—a cohesive work with no filler tracks. It is sometimes considered a Wilson solo album that builds upon the advancements of The Beach Boys Today! (1965). Lead single “Caroline, No” was issued as his official solo debut. It was followed by two singles credited to the group: “Sloop John B” and “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” (backed with “God Only Knows”).

Incorporating elements of pop, jazz, exotica, classical, and the avant-garde, Wilson’s Wall of Sound-based orchestrations mixed conventional rock set-ups with elaborate layers of vocal harmonies, found sounds, and instruments never before associated with rock, such as bicycle bells, French horn, flutes, Electro-Theremin, string sections, and beverage cans. The album could not be reproduced live and was the first time that any group departed from their usual small-ensemble electric rock band format for a whole LP. An early concept album, it consists mainly of introspective songs like “I Know There’s an Answer”, a critique of LSD users; and “I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times”, the first use of a theremin-like instrument on a rock record. The album’s unprecedented total production cost exceeded $70,000 (equivalent to $580,000 in 2021). An expanded reissue, The Pet Sounds Sessions, was released in 1997 with isolated vocals and instrumental versions, session highlights, and the album’s first true stereo mix.

Pet Sounds revolutionized the field of music production and the role of producers within the music industry, introduced novel approaches to orchestration, chord voicings, and structural harmonies, and furthered the cultural legitimization of popular music, a greater public appreciation for albums, the use of synthesizers, the recording studio as an instrument, and the development of psychedelic music and progressive/art rock. It has topped several critics’ and musicians’ polls for the best album of all time, including those published by NME, Mojo, Uncut, and The Times. In 2004, it was inducted into the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress. It has been certified platinum by the RIAA, indicating over one million units sold.

  1. “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” 2:25
  2. “You Still Believe in Me” 2:31
  3. “That’s Not Me” 2:28
  4. “Don’t Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder)” 2:53
  5. “I’m Waiting for the Day” 3:05
  6. “Let’s Go Away for Awhile” 2:18
  7. “Sloop John B” 2:58
  8. “God Only Knows” 2:51
  9. “I Know There’s an Answer” 3:09
  10. “Here Today” 2:54
  11. “I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times” 3:12
  12. “Pet Sounds” 2:22
  13. “Caroline, No” 2:51

Al Jardine – vocals
Bruce Johnston – vocals
Mike Love – vocals
Brian Wilson – vocals; plucked piano strings on “You Still Believe in Me”; bass guitar, Danelectro bass, and organ on “That’s Not Me”; piano on “Pet Sounds”; overdubbed organ or harmonium on “I Know There’s an Answer”
Carl Wilson – vocals; lead guitar and overdubbed 12-string electric guitar on “That’s Not Me”; 12-string electric guitar on “God Only Knows”
Dennis Wilson – vocals; drums on “That’s Not Me”
Tony Asher – plucked piano strings on “You Still Believe in Me”
Steve Korthof – tambourine on “That’s Not Me”
Terry Melcher – tambourine on “That’s Not Me” and “God Only Knows”
Marilyn Wilson – additional vocals on “You Still Believe in Me” introduction (uncertain)
Tony (surname unknown) – tambourine on “Sloop John B”
Chuck Berghofer – string bass
Hal Blaine – bicycle horn, drums, percussion, sleigh bells, timpani
Glen Campbell – banjo, guitar
Frank Capp – bells, beverage cup, timpani, glockenspiel, tambourine, temple blocks, vibraphone
Al Casey – guitar
Roy Caton – trumpet
Jerry Cole – electric guitar, guitar
Gary Coleman – bongos, timpani
Mike Deasy – guitar
Al De Lory – harpsichord, organ, piano, tack piano
Steve Douglas – alto saxophone, clarinet, flute, piano, temple blocks, tenor saxophone
Carl Fortina – accordion
Ritchie Frost – drums, bongos, Coca-Cola cans
Jim Gordon – drums, orange juice cups
Bill Green – alto saxophone, clarinet, flute, güiro, tambourine
Leonard Hartman – bass clarinet, clarinet, English horn
Jim Horn – alto saxophone, clarinet, baritone saxophone, flute
Paul Horn – flute
Jules Jacob – flute
Plas Johnson – clarinet, güiro, flute, piccolo, tambourine, tenor saxophone
Carol Kaye – electric bass, guitar
Barney Kessel – guitar
Bobby Klein – clarinet
Larry Knechtel – harpsichord, organ, tack piano
Frank Marocco – accordion
Gail Martin – bass trombone
Nick Martinis – drums
Mike Melvoin – harpsichord
Jay Migliori – baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, bass saxophone, clarinet, flute
Tommy Morgan – bass harmonica
Jack Nimitz – baritone saxophone, bass saxophone
Bill Pitman – guitar
Ray Pohlman – electric bass
Don Randi – tack piano
Alan Robinson – french horn
Lyle Ritz – string bass, ukulele
Billy Strange – electric guitar, guitar, 12-string electric guitar
Ernie Tack – bass trombone
Paul Tanner – Electro-Theremin
Tommy Tedesco – acoustic guitar
Jerry Williams – timpani
Julius Wechter – bicycle bell, tambourine, timpani, vibraphone
Arnold Belnick – violin
Norman Botnick – viola
Joseph DiFiore – viola
Justin DiTullio – cello
Jesse Erlich – cello
James Getzoff – violin
Harry Hyams – viola
William Kurasch – violin
Leonard Malarsky – violin
Jerome Reisler – violin
Joseph Saxon – cello
Ralph Schaeffer – violin
Sid Sharp – violin
Darrel Terwilliger – viola
Tibor Zelig – violin

Thursday 9/1/22 11pm ET: Feature LP: Beach Boys – Made In The U.S.A. (1986)

Made in U.S.A. is a double vinyl album (or one-CD) compilation of some of The Beach Boys’ biggest successes. Released by their original record label, Capitol Records, it marked a brief return to the label, with whom The Beach Boys released one further album, 1989’s Still Cruisin’. This LP released July 7, 1986

Featuring a number of their 1960s classics, in addition to a sampling of their later hits, Made in U.S.A. also contains two new recordings, both produced by Terry Melcher. “Rock ‘n’ Roll to the Rescue” is a Mike Love/Melcher collaboration, and “California Dreamin” is a cover of the Mamas & the Papas’ late 1965 debut single. Both were released as singles and made the U.S. pop singles chart.

A slow seller, Made in U.S.A. reached No. 96 in the U.S. and ultimately went double platinum there, though with other compilations now available, Made in U.S.A. has since gone out of print.

“Surfin’ Safari” 2:05
“409” 1:58
“Surfin’ U.S.A.” 2:27
“Be True to Your School” 2:07
“Surfer Girl” 2:23
“Dance, Dance, Dance” 1:59
“Fun, Fun, Fun” 2:16
“I Get Around” 2:11
“Help Me, Rhonda” 2:45
“Don’t Worry Baby” 2:42
“California Girls” 2:37
“When I Grow Up (To Be a Man)” 2:00
“Barbara Ann” 2:05
“Good Vibrations” 3:36
“Heroes and Villains” 3:37
“Wouldn’t It Be Nice” 2:23
“Sloop John B.” 2:56
“God Only Knows” 2:48
“Caroline, No” 2:17
“Do It Again” 2:18
“Rock and Roll Music” 2:28
“Come Go with Me” 2:06
“Getcha Back” 3:01
“Rock ‘n’ Roll to the Rescue” 3:44
“California Dreamin'” 3:10

Sunday 7/3/22 1pm ET: Feature LP: Beach Boys – 15 Big Ones (1976)

15 Big Ones is the 20th studio album by the American rock band the Beach Boys, released July 5, 1976 on Brother/Reprise. It includes a mix of original songs and renditions of rock ‘n’ roll and R&B standards. The LP was the band’s first album produced by Brian Wilson since Pet Sounds (1966), and as such, its release was accompanied by a controversial media campaign that declared his comeback as an active member of the Beach Boys’ recording and touring group.

Following their previous album, Holland (1973), the band had focused on touring and attracting bigger concert audiences, especially after the unexpected success of their greatest hits compilation Endless Summer (1974). They attempted to record a new album at Caribou Ranch studio in late 1974, but it was soon abandoned, partly due to Wilson being unable or unwilling to participate. At the end of 1975, his bandmates and manager Stephen Love prevailed upon him to produce the group’s next release, hoping that a new album bearing his production label credit would prove lucrative.

Most of 15 Big Ones was hastily recorded in early 1976 at the band’s Brother Studios. The project was marred by disputes, as Carl and Dennis Wilson felt that the production quality was substandard and that an album of originals was more ideal, while Mike Love, Al Jardine, and Stephen wanted new Beach Boys product rushed out in order to capitalize on the group’s continued resurgence in popularity. Further tensions arose from the interference of Brian’s psychologist, Eugene Landy. One of the proposed titles, Group Therapy, was rejected in favor of a title that referred to both the number of tracks and the group’s 15th anniversary. To support the album, Brian joined his bandmates on a major concert tour for the first time since 1964. The group also commissioned an NBC television special, titled The Beach Boys, that aired in August.

Despite mixed reviews, 15 Big Ones went gold and became the Beach Boys’ best-selling album of new material since 1965. It peaked at number 8 in the U.S. and number 31 in the UK. Three singles were issued: a cover of Chuck Berry’s “Rock and Roll Music” and the originals “It’s OK” and “Everyone’s in Love with You”. The first two charted on the Billboard Hot 100 at numbers 5 and 29, respectively, and ultimately became their only top 30 hits during the 1970s. Brian later referred to 15 Big Ones and its 1977 follow-up, The Beach Boys Love You, as his life-defining albums.

  1. “Rock and Roll Music” 2:29
  2. “It’s O.K.” 2:12
  3. “Had to Phone Ya” 1:43
  4. “Chapel of Love” 2:34
  5. “Everyone’s in Love with You” 2:42
  6. “Talk to Me” 2:14
  7. “That Same Song” 2:16
  8. “TM Song” 1:34
  9. “Palisades Park” 2:27
  10. “Susie Cincinnati” 2:57
  11. “A Casual Look” 2:45
  12. “Blueberry Hill” 3:01
  13. “Back Home” 2:49
  14. “In the Still of the Night” 3:03
  15. “Just Once in My Life” 3:47
  16. “Let Us Go On This Way” 2:01
  17. “Roller Skating Child” 2:19
  18. “Mona” 2:09
  19. “Johnny Carson” 2:49
  20. “Good Time” 2:52
  21. “Honkin’ Down The Highway” 2:52
  22. “Ding Dang” 0:59
  23. “Solar System” 2:50
  24. “The Night Was So Young” 2:19
  25. “I’ll Bet He’s Nice” 2:40
  26. “Let’s Put Our Hearts Together” 2:16
  27. “I Wanna Pick You Up” 2:42
  28. “Airplane” 3:08
  29. “Love Is A Woman” 2:58

Al Jardine – backing and lead vocals, guitar
Mike Love – backing and lead vocals, arranger

Brian Wilson – backing and lead vocals, organ, piano, Moog bass, ARP synthesizer, ARP String Ensemble, bass guitar, harmonica, chimes, bells
Carl Wilson – backing and lead vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer, Jew’s harp, percussion
Dennis Wilson – backing and lead vocals, drums, percussion, vibraphone
Ron Altbach – piano, harpsichord, accordion
Ed Carter – guitar
Billy Hinsche – guitar
Daryl Dragon – clavinet, vocal arrangement
Dennis Dragon – drums
Ricky Fataar – drums, percussion
Bruce Johnston – backing vocals, piano
Charles Lloyd – flute
Toni Tennille – backing vocals
Marilyn Wilson – backing vocals
Roy Wood (credited as “Roy Wood and Wizzard”) – saxophone
Mike Altschul – saxophone, clarinet
Ben Benay – guitar
Hal Blaine – drums
Jerry Cole – guitar
Steve Douglas – saxophone, horns, flute
Dennis Dreith – saxophone, clarinet
Tim Drummond – bass
Gene Estes – percussion
Carl L. Fortina – accordion
James D. Hughart – string bass
Jules Jacobs – clarinet
Plas Johnson – saxophone
John J. Kelson, Jr. – saxophone, clarinet
Jack Nimitz – saxophone, clarinet
Jay Migliori – saxophone, horns, flute
Carol Lee Miller – autoharp
Ray Pohlman – bass
Lyle Ritz – bass
Bobby Shew – trumpet
Thomas J. Tedesco – guitar
Julius Wechter – percussion, bells
Maureen L. West – harp
Murray Adler – violin
Arnold Belnick – violin
Henry Ferber – violin
Lou Klass – violin
Bernard Kundell – violin
William Kurasch – violin
James Getzoff – violin
Henry L. Roth – violin
Sidney Sharp – violin
Tibor Zelig – violin

Thursday 3/24/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Beach Boys – Endless Summer (1974)

Endless Summer is a compilation album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on June 24, 1974. A collection of hits from the band’s 1962–65 period, Endless Summer was compiled by their old label, Capitol Records, while the Beach Boys were contracted to Reprise Records. Its unexpected success bore immediate consequences for the band’s then-progressive musical direction. It revitalized the band’s popularity after years of lukewarm sales, but also inspired nostalgia for the Beach Boys’ early surfing and hot rod-themed music, repositioning the group as an oldies act.

Four months after its release, the album reached number 1 in the United States and Canada. It was the group’s second chart-topping album in the US and returned them to a level of commercial success they had not experienced there since the mid 1960s. The compilation spent 155 weeks on the Billboard albums chart and was certified 3x platinum by the RIAA for shipping over three million copies.

The album was included in Robert Christgau’s “Basic Record Library” of 1950s and 1960s recordings, published in Christgau’s Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (1981). It was voted number 972 in the third edition of Colin Larkin’s All Time Top 1000 Albums (2000).

1. “Surfin’ USA” 2:05
2. “Surfer Girl” 2:26
3. “Catch a Wave” 2:07
4. “The Warmth of the Sun” 2:51
5. “Surfin’ U.S.A.” 2:27

1. “Be True to Your School” 2:07
2. “Little Deuce Coupe” 1:38
3. “In My Room” 2:11
4. “Shut Down” 1:49
5. “Fun, Fun, Fun” 2:16

1. “I Get Around” 2:12
2. “Girls on the Beach” 2:24
3. “Wendy” 2:16
4. “Let Him Run Wild” 2:20
5. “Don’t Worry Baby” 2:47

1. “California Girls” 2:38
2. “Girl Don’t Tell Me” 2:19
3. “Help Me, Rhonda” 3:08
4. “You’re So Good to Me” 2:14
5. “All Summer Long” 2:06

21. “Good Vibrations” 3:35

Friday 9/3/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Various Artists – Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin

Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin is a 1991 tribute album consisting of interpretations of sixteen songs written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Released October 22, 1991. The title refers to a song on John’s album 21 at 33, “Two Rooms at the End of the World”, and to the duo’s unusual collaborative style; it is also the title of a 1991 film documenting their collaboration.

  1. “Border Song” Eric Clapton 4:21
  2. “Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time)” Kate Bush 4:57
  3. “Come Down in Time” Sting 3:38
  4. “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” The Who 4:32
  5. “Crocodile Rock” The Beach Boys 4:21
  6. “Daniel” Wilson Phillips 4:03
  7. “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word” Joe Cocker 3:57
  8. “Levon” Jon Bon Jovi 5:27
  9. “The Bitch is Back” Tina Turner 3:38
  10. “Philadelphia Freedom” Hall & Oates 5:12
  11. “Your Song” Rod Stewart 4:49
  12. “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” Oleta Adams 6:02
  13. “Madman Across the Water” Bruce Hornsby 6:10
  14. “Sacrifice” Sinéad O’Connor 5:12
  15. “Burn Down the Mission” Phil Collins 6:11
  16. “Tonight” George Michael 7:23

Tuesday 6/22/21 12pm ET: Artist Countdown: Beach Boys Top 30 Hits

The Beach Boys are an American rock band formed in Hawthorne, California in 1961. Their discography from 1961 to 1984 was originally released on the vinyl format, with the 1985 album The Beach Boys being the group’s first CD release. The Beach Boys’ catalogue has been released on reel-to-reel, 8-track, cassette, CD, MiniDisc, digital downloads, and various streaming services.

The group has released 29 studio albums, eight live albums, 55 compilation albums, 1 remix album, and 71 singles. The release dates and sequence of the Beach Boys’ albums in the UK up to Pet Sounds differ significantly from the original US releases.

1Good Vibrations1966
2Sloop John B1966
3Barbara Ann1965
4Do It Again1968
6Help Me, Rhonda1965
7Heroes and Villains1967
8I Can Hear Music1969
10Surfin’ U.S.A.1963
11I Get Around1964
13California Girls1965
14Dance, Dance, Dance1964
15The Beach Boys Medley1981
16Wild Honey1967
17Getcha Back1985
18Do You Wanna Dance?1965
19God Only Knows1966
20When I Grow Up (To Be a Man)1964
21Rock and Roll Music1976
22Still Cruisin’1989
23Break Away1969
24Surfin’ Safari1962
25Wouldn’t It Be Nice1966
26Wipeout! (with The Fat Boys)1987
27Come Go with Me1981
28Good Timin’1979
29Be True to Your School1963
30It’s O.K.1976

Thursday 3pm ET: Feature Artist – Beach Boys

The Beach Boys are an American rock band formed in Hawthorne, California in 1961. The group’s original lineup consisted of brothers Brian, Dennis, and Carl Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, and their friend Al Jardine. Distinguished by their vocal harmonies and early surf songs, they are one of the most influential acts of the rock era.[1] The band drew on the music of jazz-based vocal groups, 1950s rock and roll, and black R&B to create their unique sound, and with Brian as composer, arranger, producer, and de facto leader, they often incorporated classical elements and unconventional recording techniques in innovative ways.

The Beach Boys began as a garage band led by Brian and managed by the Wilsons’ father Murry. In 1963, the band gained national prominence with a string of top-ten singles reflecting a southern California youth culture of surfing, cars, and romance, dubbed the “California Sound”. From 1965, they abandoned beachgoing themes for more personal lyrics and ambitious orchestrations. In 1966, the Pet Sounds album and “Good Vibrations” single raised the group’s prestige as rock innovators and established the band as symbols of the nascent counterculture era. After scrapping the album Smile in 1967, Brian’s contributions diminished due to his mental health issues. The group’s commercial momentum faltered, and despite efforts to maintain an experimental sound, they were dismissed by early rock critics as the archetypal “pop music cop-outs”.

Carl took over as the band’s musical leader until the late 1970s, during which they rebounded with successful worldwide concert tours. Personal struggles, creative disagreements, and the overshadowing success of the band’s greatest hits albums precipitated their transition into an oldies act. Dennis drowned in 1983 and Brian soon became estranged from the group. Between the 1990s and 2000s, the members filed numerous lawsuits over royalties, defamation, songwriting credits, and use of the band’s name. Following Carl’s death from lung cancer in 1998, the group and its corporation (Brother Records Inc.) granted Love legal rights to tour as “the Beach Boys”. As of 2020, Brian and Jardine do not perform with Love’s Beach Boys, but remain official members of the band.

Brian Douglas Wilson (born June 20, 1942) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer who co-founded the Beach Boys. After signing with Capitol Records in 1962, Wilson wrote or co-wrote more than two dozen Top 40 hits for the group. In addition to his unorthodox approaches to pop composition and mastery of recording techniques, Wilson is known for his lifelong struggles with mental illness. He is often referred to as a genius and is widely acknowledged as one of the most innovative and significant songwriters of the late 20th century.

Michael Edward Love (born March 15, 1941) is an American singer and songwriter who co-founded the Beach Boys. Characterized by his nasal and sometimes baritone singing, Love has been one of the band’s vocalists and lyricists for their entire career, contributing to each of their studio albums and serving as their frontman for live performances. He is the cousin of bandmates Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson, (his mother was a Wilson), and is often regarded as a malign figure in the group’s history, a reputation he acknowledges: “For those who believe that Brian walks on water, I will always be the Antichrist.”

Alan Charles Jardine (born September 3, 1942) is an American musician, singer, and songwriter who co-founded the Beach Boys. He is best known as the band’s rhythm guitarist and for occasionally singing lead vocals on songs such as “Help Me, Rhonda” (1965), “Then I Kissed Her” (1965), and “Come Go with Me” (1978). His song “Lady Lynda” became a UK top 10 hit for the group in 1978.

Bruce Arthur Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin; June 27, 1942) is an American singer, musician, songwriter, and record producer best known as a member of the Beach Boys. In 1965, Johnston joined the band for live performances, filling in for the group’s co-founder Brian Wilson, who had quit touring in order to spend more time in the studio. Johnston then became a contributing member on subsequent albums. His songs for the Beach Boys include “Tears in the Morning” (1970), “Deirdre” (1970), and “Disney Girls (1957)” (1971). He served as a producer for the Beach Boys albums L.A. (Light Album) (1979) and Keepin’ the Summer Alive (1980). Johnston is also known for his early 1960s collaborations with Terry Melcher as Bruce & Terry and with the surf band the Rip Chords, as well as composing the 1975 Barry Manilow hit, “I Write the Songs”. He continues to tour as a member of the Beach Boys alongside band co-founder Mike Love.

Carl Dean Wilson (December 21, 1946 – February 6, 1998) was an American musician, singer, and songwriter who co-founded the Beach Boys. He is best remembered as their lead guitarist, as the youngest brother of bandmates Brian and Dennis Wilson, and as the group’s de facto leader in the early 1970s. He was also the band’s musical director on stage from 1965 until his death.

Dennis Carl Wilson (December 4, 1944 – December 28, 1983) was an American musician, singer, and songwriter who co-founded the Beach Boys. He is best remembered as their drummer and as the middle brother of bandmates Brian and Carl Wilson. Dennis was the only true surfer in the Beach Boys, and his personal life exemplified the “California Myth” that the band’s early songs often celebrated. He was also known for his association with Charles Manson, a cult leader and songwriter later convicted of several murders, and for co-starring in the 1971 film Two-Lane Blacktop.

Wednesday 12am ET: Feature LP: Beach Boys’ Party! Uncovered and Unplugged

Beach Boys’ Party! Uncovered and Unplugged is a compilation and remix album released by Capitol Records on November 20, 2015. It is an 81-track expansion of Beach Boys’ Party!, presenting it without informal chatter overdubs followed by a selection of outtakes collected from the album’s original five recording sessions.

1. “Hully Gully” 2:22
2. “I Should Have Known Better” 1:40
3. “Tell Me Why” 1:47
4. “Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow” 2:18
5. “Mountain of Love” 2:51
6. “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away” 2:25
7. “Devoted to You” 2:20
8. “Alley Oop” 2:55
9. “There’s No Other (Like My Baby)” 2:57
10. “I Get Around” / “Little Deuce Coupe” 3:20
11. “The Times They Are a-Changin'” 2:25
12. “Barbara Ann” Fred Fassert 3:26
13. “Let’s Get This Party Rolling” 1:58
14. “I Should Have Known Better” (Take 1) 1:43
15. “Ruby Baby” (Take 1) 2:14
16. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” (Take 1) 2:15
17. “Hully Gully” (Take 1) Smith, Goldsmith 2:08
18. “Blowin’ in the Wind” Dylan 3:04
19. “Dialog: ‘The Sunrays'” 1:29
20. “Ruby Baby #2” 2:16
21. “Dialog: ‘The Masked Phantom'” 1:10
22. “Hully Gully #2” 3:25
23. “Dialog: ‘Carl, Go Get Your Bass'” 2:00
24. “Hully Gully #3” 2:11
25. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction #2” 2:03
26. “Dialog: ‘That’s A Bad Guitar'” 0:28
27. “Ruby Baby #3” Leiber, Stoller 2:04
28. “Dialog: ‘What’s The Matter Carl?'” 0:23
29. “Ruby Baby #4” Leiber, Stoller 2:44
30. “Dialog: ‘Carl’s Tires'” 0:23
31. “I Should Have Known Better #2” 0:46
32. “I Should Have Known Better #3” 1:29
33. “Dialog: ‘Wasn’t That Great Folks?'” 0:25
34. “Tell Me Why #1” 0:59
35. “Don’t Worry Baby” 0:44
36. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away #1” 2:20
37. “Little Deuce Coupe #1” 1:55
38. “California Girls” 2:56

1. “She Belongs To Me / The Artist (Laugh At Me) #1”
2. “Fooling Around: Hang On Sloopy / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ / Twist And Shout”
3. “Riot In Cell Block No.9 #1”
4. “Fooling Around: The Diary”
5. “Dialog: ‘I Think We Better Do This Next Week'”
6. “Dialog: ‘Let’s Cook Now And Eat Later'”
7. “Tell My Why #2”
8. “I Should Have Known Better #4”
9. “Dialog: ‘What I Want To Do'”
10. “Dialog: ‘Are We Still In The Party?'”
11. “Mountain Of Love #1”
12. “Dialog: ‘Where s Denny?'”
13. “Devoted To You #1”
14. “Dialog: ‘What Are You Doing Now'”
15. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away #2”
16. “Dialog: ‘This Phony Party’ / Ticket To Ride”
17. “Alley Oop #1”
18. “Alley Oop #2”
19. “Dialog: ‘Tune It Like This'”
20. “There’s No Other (Like My Baby) #1”
21. “There’s No Other (Like My Baby) #2”
22. “Dialog: ‘Do The Splits'”
23. “Devoted To You #2”
24. “Devoted To You #3”
25. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away #3”
26. “I Get Around”
27. “Little Deuce Coupe #2”
28. “Mountain Of Love #2”
29. “Ticket To Ride #2”
30. “Riot In Cell Block No.9 #2”
31. “The Artist (Laugh At Me) #2”
32. “One Kiss Lead To Another”
33. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away #4”
34. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away #5”
35. “Dialog: ‘What Did You Stop Us For Chuck?'”
36. “The Times They Are A-Changin'”
37. “Fooling Around: Heart And Soul / Long Tall Sally”
38. “Fooling Around: The Boy From New York City”
39. “Smokey Joe’s Café”
40. “Dialog: ‘I Got One More'”
41. “Barbara Ann #1”
42. “Barbara Ann #2”
43. “Barbara Ann #3”

Tuesday 6pm ET: Sounds of The 80s

This week on the Sounds of The 80s we feature music from:  DeBarge, Def Leppard, Journey, Beach Boys, Limahl, Johnny Lee, Billy Joel, Rolling Stones, Van Halen, Culture Club, Icehouse and more . . . 

Wednesday 2pm: Sounds of The 70’s

This week we feature music from; Beach Boys, Tavares, Olivia Newton-john, Electric Light Orchestra, Tubes, Elton John, Dan Hartman, Police, Eagles, Hot, Dire Straits, Badfinger, Cat Stevens, Boston, Chic, Bad Company and more . . . 

Tuesday 6pm: Sounds of The 60’s

This week we feature music from: Wanda Jackson, Chiffons, Neil Diamond, Elton John, Beatles, Gladys Knight and The Pips, Rolling Stones, Troggs, Bob Dylan, Grass Roots, James Brown, McCoys, Beach Boys, Janis Ian and many more . . .