A discussion about 1965 on WFDU’S Vintage Rock and Pop Shop

Ghosty Timrs was kind enough to bring me on his show THE VINTAGE ROCK AND POP SHOP on New Jersey’s WFDU to talk about 1965.

The whole three hour episode is terrific — it even includes a vintage interview with the Byrds. Here’s the link to hear all the songs and the playlist:


Pat Boone – Two Hearts (request)
Shirley & Lee – I Feel Good (request)
The Five Keys – Out of Sight, Out of Mind (request)
Little Richard – Lucille
Paul Anka – Diana
JoAnne Campbell – Wait A Minute (request)
The Vox Poppers – Wishing For Your Love (request)
(theme from) Hawaiian Eye (request)
(theme from) M Squad (request)
(theme from) Peter Gunn (request)
Tommy Edwards – It’s All in the Game (request)
The Shirelles – Dedicated To The One I Love
Dion – Can’t We Be Sweethearts? (request)
(Don Rickles comedy bit)
Lesley Gore – Danny (request)
Petula Clark – Downtown (request)
The Ronettes – Walking in the Rain (request)
Roy Orbison – Oh Pretty Woman
(interview w/ author Andrew Grant Jackson “1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music”)
The Beatles – Ticket To Ride
The Beach Boys – You Still Believe In Me
Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction
Bob Dylan – Like A Rolling Stone
The Supremes – I Hear a Symphony
James Brown – Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag (parts 1 and 2)
The Byrds – Turn Turn Turn
The Tradewinds – New York’s A Lonely Town (request)
Pat Boone & James Brown – Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag
The Spellbinders – For You, Girl (request)
The Dynamics – Love To a Guy
(1966 promotional interview w/ The Byrds)
The Byrds – Eight Miles High
The Byrds – Mr. Spaceman
The Byrds – What’s Happening?
The Byrds – 5D
Marianne Faithful – As Tears Go By (request)
The Rolling Stones – Lady Jane (request)
The Music Machine – Talk Talk
Jr. Walker & The All-Stars – What Does It Take (to Win Your Love) (request)
Quicksilver Messenger Service – It’s Been Too Long (request)
Traffic – Feelin’ Alright (request)
Joe Cocker – Feelin’ Alright (request)
The Beach Boys – Slip On Through (request)
The Beach Boys – Heroes and Villains (live) (request)
The Allman Brothers – Ramblin’ Man
Fred Neil & Gram Parsons – You Don’t Miss Your Water

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