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World's Music Without Boundaries


Mon 1.00AM–3.00AM

Discovering the World's Music Without Boundaries. World music that will awaken the spirit with songs of communication and inspiration..hosted by John


Boss Guy in Claremont Show (Specialty)

From the obvious to the obscure, rock n' roll music from the late 50's, 60's & 70's...featuring The British Invasion, Psychedelic 60's, American & British Blues revival, Garage Rock, Singer/Songwriters, Girl Groups, One-Hit Wonders, Folk rock, Country rock, Rare B-sides, Soul & Surf, Novelty songs, Protest Music, Electric Music for the Mind & Body and more....

Sun Sep 24th 2017 10.00pm–1.00am

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

Playlist chat

1:00am   Dave

Armando will now go to sleep on his side, but I shall hear you on the other side!

1:00am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Sure thing!

12:58am   Dave

Cool! Thanks for checking!

12:58am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Classic Zep!!

12:57am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Thanks Armando for the Inland Empire cd, still got lots of other tracks on it, that I will be playing on future shows! Good night!

12:57am   Dave

This is nice, "Gallows Pole" from my favorite Zepp album, Led Zeppelin III.

12:56am   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

Well Boss Guy, it's time for me to say "Adios", "Aloha", "Auf Wiedersehen", "Au Revoir". Thanks for playing a couple of tunes from the "Inland Empire Nuggets" compilation.

12:56am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

I might have that record at home, but I may have also sold it! I'll check this week and bring it, if still own a copy!

12:56am   Dave

Oh well, we're all out of time on the BGC show - I'll just save my requests for the World show.

12:56am   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

The Ken Burns Vietnam documentary is great but very depressing to watch.

12:54am   Dave

Seventh Sojourn (1972)

12:52am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Dave...I don't have that Moody Blues request on anything I brought with me tonight! What album is You And Me from?

12:41am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Thanks BroManKurt!

12:39am   BroManKurt

Finally just home, but I've been Listenin from the Road, great show as always Boss!

12:38am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Let me check to see if I brought Dave!

12:35am   Dave

Could you play "You and Me" by The Moody Blues? (if available)

12:32am   Dave

Probably because I was listening to that song and album a lot when I was going through a very dark period in my life.

12:28am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Yeah, I haven't played it much on the show, but was listening to it this week and loved this song all over again, Dave!

12:27am   Dave

Man, I don't think I've heard "Entangled" (or the Trick of the Tail album) in almost 30 years!

12:23am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Of course! I didn't think otherwise Jeff! Todd is Godd!!

12:21am   Jeff from Santa Ana

With respect of course, it's always appreciated! I always like your choices!

12:18am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Lol! You know me too well Jeff!

12:17am   Jeff from Santa Ana

And now "The Todd Interlude" portion of the show!

12:06am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

I heard that Ken Burns documentary on Viet Nam is fantastic Armando!?

12:05am   Dave

Yeah, that's definitely a rip-off of the "Dear Prudence" intro.

12:05am   Jeff from Santa Ana

Hey "strictly commercial", is that a Zappa "Yellow Snow" reference???

12:04am   Dave

Wow! That was a bad edit on that Vanilla Fudge track, on an already bad single version! That song was always meant to be heard in the long format.

12:02am   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

That VANILLA FUDGE tune was used in one of the episodes of the Ken Burns "Vietnam War" documentary. That made it a bit chilling to hear now.

12:00am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

you got it!

11:59pm   strictly commercial

Any hit(s) will do: no deep cuts

11:57pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

I have both, strictly commercial;! Any song in particular??

11:55pm   strictly commercial

Got any Monkees or 3DogNight?

11:54pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

You snoozing again Armando?...haha!

11:53pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

I must have missed your announcement "Goss Buy". Sorry for the repeat info.

11:47pm   Dave

Years ago, I always thought that Jerry Lee Lewis did a guest appearance on "California Man" - a great vocal impression by Jeff Lynn!!

11:46pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

The Move channeling Jerry Lee Lewis!

11:45pm   Dave

And now, time to get California-ized!!!

11:43pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Both great Dave!

11:43pm   Dave

And also a nice cover of "Dreams" by Buddy Miles Express!

11:42pm   Dave

Very, VERY cool Lightnin' Rod ancient hip-hop tune with Hendrix jamming alongside!

11:40pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

It was Armando, I did mention that Buddy played drums and organ on that Hendrix/ Lightnin' Rod song, on air before playing it!

11:37pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

I think that was BUDDY MILES on drums on that LIGHTNING ROD tune.

11:33pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

So awesome for sure AL Z! Yeah, paid a whole quarter for this compilation cd! Hendrix sounds really funky on this track!

11:32pm   Al Z

This is Hendrix gold, Boss Guy! You definitely had a great day today!

11:28pm   Jeff from Santa Ana

The liner notes on my copy say that it was some kind of 'prison rap'

11:28pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Yeah, there are 3 versions Jeff! One without Hendrix, this one with Hendrix and another that I can't remember at the moment!

11:26pm   Jeff from Santa Ana

I have that piece, can't remember where. The version I have is different than this, though.

11:20pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

That's cool Armando! Thanks again for the cdr, lots of groovy things from the Inland Empire, back in the day!

11:18pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

Oooo. "Feeling Sad And Lonely" by THE BUSH from Rialto, who opened for the ROLLING STONES in 1964 in San Bernardino!

11:15pm   Al Z

I meant ...un-Association...

11:14pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Thanks Al Z! It was a little scratchy1

11:13pm   Al Z

This is certainly in-Association...far removed from Windy and Cherish. Sounds great! No skips or pops on this disc. You scored big, Boss Guy!

11:11pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Haven't we all!

11:10pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

"All that's left for me to do is cry". I've had days like that.

10:59pm   Dave

Wow!! Are you using sandpaper for a turntable stylus?

10:58pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Thanks Jessica! Just found that Holloway song on a compilation today!

10:56pm   jessica

Wow. Brenda Holloway! I love this song. Way to go Boss Guy!

10:55pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

I'm with you Armando, just hope it doesn't skip!

10:55pm   Al Z

Just chillin' with the Boss Guy's heavy hits.

10:54pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

I can't wait to hear "PGHJ" by THE ASSOCIATION. The more scratchy, the better.

10:50pm   Dave

Thanks John!

10:50pm   Dave

Heyyyyyyyyy, Al Z!!! What's shakin'?

10:47pm   Al Z

Hey, Dave, join the party!

10:46pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

I do Dave! Kept forgetting to play it!

10:45pm   Al Z

Spin it anyway, Mr. DJ!

10:45pm   Dave

Do you have my request from a few weeks ago, "California Man" by The Move?

10:44pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Dave!

10:43pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Well, it is a bit scratched up, so hopefully it'll play through AL Z!

10:42pm   Dave

Good evening Boss Guy and everyone listening!

10:42pm   Al Z

Great, Boss Guy, but even better you got it on the cheap! Yeah!

10:37pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Al Z...I picked up a cheap copy of The Association record, "Renaissance", which has your request from last week on it, Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies. Will play it soon!

10:35pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Al Z!

10:33pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Don't own any Baby Huey , Glen!

10:32pm   AggravatedGlen

You have Baby Huey with you tonight?

10:27pm   Al Z

Hey, Boss Guy! Here for another evening of boss music!

10:27pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

Yea! THE LIGHT from Colton/Rialto in 1967.

10:24pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Excellent Dr T ! Glad to have new listeners, thanks!

10:22pm   Jeff from Santa Ana

Hey, Glen!

10:21pm   Dr T

Thanks BG. I just got two of my friends start listening to the show tonight Sarah and Amy, they are big fans of this music also

10:21pm   Blouie

Please play the Stones Fortune Teller next!

10:19pm   AggravatedGlen

hi J

10:19pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Jeff! Lydia for sure tonight, thanks! how's my spelling so far?...haha!

10:19pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

You're welcome Blouie!

10:17pm   Jeff from Santa Ana

Heeeeeeyyyyy John, no spelling bee's ta'night (Heh heh), was thinkin' during this last week it's been a while since you played any Lydia... yer call!

10:17pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Definitely can play some Laura Nyro, Dr T!

10:17pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Glen!

10:16pm   Blouie

Hi, Boss Guy, thanks for this cool song!

10:12pm   Dr T

Ok great, Maybe some Laura Nyro?

10:12pm   AggravatedGlen

Everytime I hear a song twice I think the artist died nowadays

10:09pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Dr T! I didn't bring my Rodriguez cd and I also just purchased Cold Fact on vinyl today at a record show, so next for sure, thanks!

10:08pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Haha...yeah that's it Armando!

10:07pm   Dr T

Evening Boss Guy could you play some Sixto Rodrigues, " I think of you"? Lookin foward to another great show,

10:07pm   Apoplectic Armando of the IE

Good Evening Goss Buy. Is that how you spell it?



Heart “Mistral Wind”
from Dog & Butterfly LP Album (Portrait 1978) R  —Ann Wilson on lead vocals



Led Zeppelin “Gallows Pole”
composed by Page/Plant
from Led Zeppelin III LP Album (Atlantic Records 1970) —Robert Plant on lead vocals, Jimmy Page on lead guitar



Johnny Winter “Highway 61 Revisited”
composed by Bob Dylan
from Second Winter LP Album (Columbia 1969) R  —Johnny Winter on lead guitar/vocals



The Rolling Stones “ruby tuesday”
composed by Jagger/Richard
from Flowers (Remastered) LP Album (Universal Music Group International 2002) R  —60's release



The Monkees “Listen to the Band (Single Version)”
composed by Michael Nesmith
from Monkeemania - The Very Best of the Monkees CD Compilation (Rhino 2011) R  —1968 original release



Three Dog Night “one”
composed by Harry Nilsson
from Three Dog Night LP Album (Dunhill Records 1968) R



The Monkees “Last Train to Clarksville”
composed by Tommy Boyce/Bobby Hart
from The Best of the Monkees CD Album (Rhino 2003) R  —1966 release



Minnie Riperton “Light My fire”
composed by Robbie Krieger
from Soul Music Finest, Vol. 1 CD Album (Soul Food Records) —1979 release feat. Jose Feliciano on duet vocals



Genesis “Entangled”
composed by Steve Hackett/Tony Banks
from A Trick of the Tail LP Album (Atco Records 1976) —Phil Collins on lead vocals/drums, Steve Hackett on lead guitar



Todd Rundgren “The Verb "To Love"”
composed by Todd Rundgren
from Faithful LP Album (Bearsville 1976)



Ten CC “Feel The Benefit”
from Deceptive Bends LP Album (Mercury 1977) R  —Eric Stewart & Graham Gouldman on lead vocals



Vanilla Fudge “You Keep Me Hanging On”
composed by Holland/Dozier/Holland
from 10 Smash Hits By Vanilla Fudge CD Compilation (Fuel/Vanilla Fudge Partnership) —1967 release



The Rolling Stones “Time Is On My Side (Mono Version 1/Organ Intro)”
from 12 x 5 LP Album (Abkco Music & Records, Inc.) —60's release



Chris Farlowe “I Just Don't Know What to do with Myself”
composed by David/Bacharach
from Out of Time - The Immediate Anthology CD Compilation (Sanctuary 1999) —1966 release



Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs “Lil' Red Riding Hood”
from The very best of LP Compilation (Master Classics Records) —60's release



Canned Heat “Wooly bully”
composed by Sam Samudio
from Uncanned! The Best of Canned Heat 7‑Inch Single (Parlophone Catalogue 1971) —1971 45rpm single release, cover of the Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs classic



The Move “California Man”
composed by Roy Wood
from California Man (1999 Remaster) LP Compilation (EMI UK 1999) R  —Roy wood on lead vocals/guitar



Rare Earth “Train to nowhere”
composed by Chris Youlden/Kim Simmonds
from Get ready LP Album (UNI/Motown 1969) —Cover of a Savoy Brown song



Buddy Miles “dreams”
composed by Gregg Allman
from Them Changes LP Album (mercury records 1970) —Buddy Miles covering the Allman Brothers classic, lead vocals/drums/bass



Lightnin' Rod(Last Poets) feat. Jimi Hendrix “Doriella du fontaine (feat. Jimi Hendrix)”
from The Very Best of the Last Poets CD Compilation (Celluloid 1968) —Jimi Hendrix on lead guitar/bass, Buddy Miles on drums/organ, early hip hop by Lightnin' Rod of The Last Poets



Love “A message to pretty”
composed by Arthur Lee
from Love (Bonus Track Version) CD Album (Rhino/Elektra 1966) —Arthur Lee on lead vocals, debut lp



The Bush “Feeling Sad and Lonely”
from Inland Empire Nuggets CD Compilation (unknown) —60's group from the Inland Empire, Ca. 60's release



The Nightcrawlers “A Basket of flowers”
from The Little Black Egg LP Album (Big Beat 1967) —Chuck Conlon on lead vocals



The Beau Brummels “Don’t Talk to Strangers”
from The Best Of The Beau Brummels (Remastered) LP Compilation (Essential Media Group 2011) —Sal Valentino on lead vocals, 60's release



The Association “Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies (Remastered)”
composed by The Association
from The Essentials LP Compilation (Rhino) R  —from "Renaissance" record, 60's release in Mono



Laura Nyro and Labelle “Nowhere to Run”
composed by Holland/Dozier/Holland
from Gonna take a miracle CD Album (Columbia Records 1971) R



Ike & Tina Turner “I Can't Believe What You Say”
from The Soul of Ike & Tina CD Album (P-VINE)



Brenda & The Tabulations “Dry Your Eyes”
from 45r.p.m. single 7‑Inch Single (Dionn)



Brenda Holloway “Every Little Bit Hurts”
from The Very Best Of Brenda Holloway CD Album (Motown Records 1964)



The Animals “I'm Crying”
from Most of the Animals CD Album (Parlophone UK) —Eric Burdon on lead vocals



The Yardbirds “Over Under Sideways Down”
from Over Under Sideways Down / Roger the Engineer CD Album (The Yardbirds) —Keith Relf on lead vocals, Jeff Beck on lead guitar!



Janis Joplin “half moon”
from Pearl LP Album (Columbia Records 1970)



Stevie Wonder “Maybe Your Baby”
composed by Stevie Wonder
from Talking Book CD Album (Motown Records 1972)



Cold Blood “visions”
from First Taste Of Sin LP Album (reprise records 1972) R  —Lydia Pense on lead vocals



The Light “Back Up”
from Inland Empire Nuggets CD Compilation (unknown) —60's release from an Inland Empire band



The Merry-Go-Round “A Clown's No Good”
composed by Emitt Rhodes
from The Merry-Go-Round LP Album (A&M Records 1967) —Emitt Rhodes on lead vocals



Tony Jackson Group “Fortune Teller”
from Watch Your Step! The Complete Recordings 1964-1966 CD Compilation (Sanctuary)



The Kinks “Death of a Clown”
composed by Ray Davies
from Something Else (Deluxe Edition) LP Album (Castle Communications) —Ray Davies on lead vocals



Rod Stewart & P.P. Arnold “Come Home Baby”
from Immediate Mod Box Set CD Compilation (Immediate Reocrds) —original release 1967, produced by Mick Jagger



Genesis “Broadway Melody of 1974”
composed by Peter Gabriel
from The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Remastered) CD Album (Virgin UK 2008) —Peter Gabriel on lead vocals, original release 1974



Genesis “Fly On a Windshield”
composed by Peter Gabriel
from The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Remastered) CD Album (Virgin UK 2008) —1974 release



Genesis “The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway”
composed by Peter Gabriel
from The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Remastered) CD Album (Virgin UK 2008) —Peter Gabriel on lead vocals, original release 1974

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