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Freak Power Ticket (Eclectic)


A "wondrous boat ride" exploring rock 'n' roll & other music, the counter cultural, cinema, pop culture, oddities, etc. Buy a ticket, take the ride.

Mon Mar 12th 2012 11.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific


The Monkees “Porpoise Song (Theme from "Head")”
from Head MP3 Album (Atlantic Records/ATG www.atlanticrecords.com 1994) —Opening track of my musical tribute to the late Davy Jones and his underappreciated group The Monkees. The broadcast features a new interview with Grammy-nominated record-producer/engineer, musician, Monkees' chronicler & band manager Andrew Sandoval.


Al Hirt “The Monkees' Theme”
from Music for Mentalists MP3 Album (Start Entertainments Limited 2011) —Partially a music bed for some voiceover commentary.


The Tigersharks “Theme from The Monkees”
from Unknown ["The Tigers"?] MP3 Other (Polydor 1967) —Japanese cover: Japanese Import. Partially a music bed for some voiceover commentary.


Davy Jones “Girl (from the Brady Bunch) (live 1992)”
from Daydream Believin' (Hits & Rarities) MP3 Album (Hercules Promotions/Davy Jones Co. 2004) —Originally released on Davy Jones 1971 self-titled release and featured in a popular episode of the ABC-TV sitcom "The Brady Bunch."


Harry Nilsson “Daddy's Song”
from All Time Greatest Hits MP3 Album (RCA Records Label 1989) —Copyright BMG Music (1997)


The Monkees “Zilch”
from Headquarters (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition] MP3 Album (Rhino 1966) —Album originally released in 1967. Track sampled by hip-hopper Del Tha Funkee Homosapien on "Mistadobalina."


Del tha Funkee Homosapien “Mistadobalina”
from The Best of Del tha Funkee Homosapien: The Elektra Years MP3 Album (Elektra Entertainment Group 2004) —Features a sample of the chant from The Monkees song "Zilch" featured on their more experimental release "Zilch."


Michael Nesmith “You Just May Be the One”
from The Wichita Train Whistle Sings MP3 Album (Rio Records 2004 1968) —A 1968 big-band instrumental version of a Mike Nesmith Monkees' track originally released on the 1967 LP HEADQUARTERS. Partially a music bed for voiceover commentary and back announcement.


The Monkees “YOU AND I”
from Instant Replay MP3 Album (Rhino 1995) —The first release by The Monkees as a trio: a song co-written by the late Davy Jones. Original release date is 1969.


Buddy Woodward “You Told Me”
composed by Michael Nesmith
from Papa Nez: A Loose Salute to the Work of Michael Nesmith MP3 Album (dren records 2001) —A cover of a song by Michael Nesmith, released on The Monkees' 1967 album HEADQUARTERS.


The Monkees “Ditty Diego-War Chant”
from Head MP3 Album (Atlantic Records/ATG www.atlanticrecords.com 1994) —Featured as part of the opening of Bob Rafelson's 1968 feature Monkees' cult-film HEAD.


The Monkees “Head Radio Spot”
from Head MP3 Album (Atlantic Records/ATG www.atlanticrecords.com 1994) —Radio spot for Bob Rafelson's cult-film HEAD, starring The Monkees.


Bad Manners “Randy Scouse Git”
from Heavy Petting MP3 Album (Moon Ska 1997) —Cover of a chart-topping song in the UK originally written by Micky Dolenz of The Monkees

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