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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 Feb 18th 2018 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

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10:03pm   Dave

Good evening John and everybody!

10:03pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Dave!

10:03pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Good Evening, Yo, Yo, Yo, and a bottle of Rum!

10:04pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Armando!

10:05pm   Dave

Do you have the mono version of Mr. Fantasy (or under the alternative US title Heaven Is in Your Mind) with you tonight?

10:06pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

This better be the long version of "Bluebird" !!!!

10:07pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Maybe Dave! Let me check on it!

10:07pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

It is Armando!

10:08pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

It's Neil Young's fault that this "Bluebird" version is rare. He hates it.

10:09pm   bailey

hi. we are both here for a little bit (both of us are feeling under the weather tonight)

10:09pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

That figures Armando! Although he's not doing the singing or even playing the lead guitar parts!

10:10pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hi Bailey & Jessica!

10:10pm   Dave

Nice to hear the long, banjo-less version of "Bluebird".

10:11pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Definitely Dave!

10:12pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Some of those licks sound like N.Y. But most of it it STILLS.

10:15pm   bailey

oh goody. my all time favorite csny song

10:16pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Yeah, definitely my favorite from Deja Vu ,Bailey!

10:18pm   bailey

a ways back I put together a bootleg of an early csny show where they played this live for the Japanese to put out. One of my proudest bootleg moments beyond my big 'fro label cd's.

10:19pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Cool! From what time period Bailey??

10:21pm   bailey

late 90's early 2000's. the Detroit boot was Detroit 1969 https://www.discogs.com/Crosby-Stills-Nash-Young-A-Perfectly-Beautiful-Stoney-Evening/release/7570292

10:22pm   bailey

it also has a very early version of I must learn to live on it!

10:26pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Ahhhhhh. My President Obama !!!!

10:27pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

ha...Mine too Armando!

10:27pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Followed by my favorite QMS tune. Even if it was written by "You Know Who".

10:32pm   Jeff

Evenin' Everyone! Hey John... Been in a QMS mood all week, thanks fer the fix! Do you have Happy Trails? Been a while since you've played Mona. Actually you could play the entire 2nd side, I wouldn't complain! Heh, heh!

10:36pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey, A great song by Dino, Armando!

10:37pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

you're welcome Jeff! A little later in the show for your Mona request, thanks!

10:47pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Dave... I didn't bring the Traffic album you're requesting(next week)

10:48pm   Dave

That's cool! Did you bring Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory?

10:55pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Got that one Dave! What song did you wanna hear??

10:57pm   Dave

How about the title track? I've never heard it on this show before.

10:57pm   Noodle

Hey Boss Guy--great to see you last Sunday at the expo. Loving the Spirit album I bought from you--could I possibly hear "Space Child"? Good evening everyone!

10:57pm   Brandon 78

Hey John, do you have Fleetwood Mac's song Angel, written by Bob Welch? thanks

10:58pm   Dave

Digging on "Tears of Rage", by the way!

10:59pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

You got it Dave!

11:00pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Noodle! Good seeing you as well. Glad you're enjoying the Spirit record. I'll get your request on in a bit, thanks!

11:01pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

What album is that Fleetwood Mac song from Brandon?

11:03pm   Brandon 78

Heroes are Hard to Find - 1974

11:04pm   Noodle

Thanks BGIC! Keep on rocking my brother!

11:05pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Hey BOSS GUY, isn't it time to start playing spots for the next KSPC CD & Record Expo?

11:05pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Don't have that one Brandon!

11:06pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

you're welcome Noodle!

11:06pm   Susanne

Hey Boss Guy, do you have Down Home Girl by the Rolling Stones?

11:06pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Haha...aren't you sick of those by now Armando!

11:06pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

PROCOL HARUM'S "Power Failure" !!!!! I'm in COWBELL HEAVEN !!!!

11:07pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey Susanne! You figured how to get on spinitron? Yes, I have your request ,up soon, thanks!

11:07pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Haha...I've got the fever Armando! More COWBELL!

11:10pm   Brandon 78

How about the Grateful Dead tune "the Music Never Stops" from Blues for Allah, lyrics by John Perry Barlow who died recently, he was Bob Weir's lyricist,

11:12pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Got it Brandon, thanks!

11:21pm   Dave

Thank you for my Traffic request! ; )

11:22pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

you're very welcome Dave!

11:27pm   Dave

One of the Traffic CDs I bought from Armando's brother at the expo last week was Mr. Fantasy, and as a bonus, it included the entire original US mono version of the album!

11:28pm   BroManKurt

U kno im Diggin Ya from MinnHwy61:)

11:32pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)


11:32pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Greetings BroManKurt!

11:33pm   Jeff

Hey BMK!

11:37pm   Dave

I bought Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus at the expo as well!

11:38pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Great record Dave!

11:44pm   Susanne


11:44pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

My pleasure Susanne!

11:48pm   BroManKurt

Hey Jeff, Dave, Boss & all MyFriends out there in SpaceLand! And gosh I gotta say that might have been MyFave not well known Stones trak evah, Down Home Girl, such a Cool groove!

11:48pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

"Flight 505" with the great IAN STEWART on piano.!!!

11:49pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Yeah, Rolling Stones Now is a great record BroManKurt!

11:50pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Ian Stewart, the under appreciated Stones session pianist!

11:50pm   Dave

Cool cover of Nancy Sinatra!

11:55pm   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Yea! It's a Dino-Free QMS Evening !!!

11:55pm   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

So far...!

12:02am   Susanne

Do you have Marianne by Link Ray, Boss Guy?

12:02am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

I don't Susanne, sorry!

12:06am   Jeff

Thnx for Mona John, isn't it 'bout time for 'The Todd Interlude'? LoL

12:06am   Susanne

Thanks for checking.

12:07am   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

"I've wanted to do this for years! Ha ha ha!" A great IAN HUNTER adlib !

12:08am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

you're very welcome Jeff! Ha...it's gettin' close to Todd Time!!

12:09am   Dave

How about some Utopia from the Ra LP as part of the Todd interlude?

12:09am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

you bet Susanne!

12:09am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Thats possible Dave, thanks!

12:11am   Dave

Thank you!

12:20am   BroManKurt

Nice request Armando!

12:21am   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Thanks BOSS GUY for the "Brown-Eyed Girl". It had a special meaning for East L.A. listeners who heard it on the radio.

12:21am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

My pleasure Armando!

12:23am   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

THEE MIDNITERS??? An East L.A. Double Play ! ORALE!!!

12:24am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)


12:27am   bailey

too bad Jessica went to bed an hour ago...

12:29am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Oh, that is too bad Bailey! That "Thee Midniters" was from the cd she made for me awhile back!

12:46am   BroManKurt

The Dead sure cud get a bit Funky when they wanted to, granted they had a Later hit with Shakedown Street but jeez I havent heard that 1 since my exWife who was a big DeadHead used 2play em all t/time! YeaBoss, im talkin Christa, who wuda thot huh?:)

12:49am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Whoa! Crista! You married her? I didn't know that BroManKurt! But yeah, that's as funky as Grateful Dead ever got...haha!

12:51am   Antagonistic Armando of the IE

Good Nite BOSS GUY! Thanks for the terrific, tantalizing, tremendous, time-warping tunes.

12:54am   BroManKurt

Yea, we got Married back on 9-9-99, Like really, it Wasnt my choice 2get Married on That date, cause I figd We were Better as a LifeLong couple without Papers by then....Oh well, we were Divorced in 2003 so there We go huh!:)

12:55am   SJ

Thanks for all the spinnin' Boss Guy..

12:56am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

You're welcome Armando! Thanks for listening to all those "t" tunes!

12:56am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

Hey SJ! You're welcome! Thanks for listening!

12:58am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

wow! Number 9. Number, Number 9!

12:58am   bailey

I know. she would have loved hearing them, el chicano and qms mona. oh well... it's not like I can hear it either unless she has her computer on...

12:59am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

You aren't listening Bailey?

1:03am   BroManKurt

Yea, I figd 3 mutiples of 3s how cud it get any Better, LOL! But yea when We 1st met@Orange Red Onion in 92, she had workd multiple DeadGigs sellin T’s 4 free Tix since the mid80s, she was a Perfect girl, Mayb just not t/best Wife...ThanX 4 Gr8Tunes!

1:04am   Dave

Great show, I'll hear you on the other side!

1:07am   Boss Guy In Claremont (host)

thanks Dave!



Buffalo Springfield “bluebird”
composed by Stephen Stills
from Buffalo Springfield Again LP Album (Atco Records 1967) —rare long version , Stephen Stills on lead guitar/vocals



Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Country Girl: A. Whiskey Boot Hill / B. Down, Down, Down / C. "Country Girl" (I Think You're Pretty)”
composed by Neil Young
from Deja Vu LP Album (Atlantic Records 1970) —Neil Young on lead vocals



It's A Beautiful Day “A Hot Summer Day”
composed by David & Linda LaFlamme
from It's A Beautiful Day LP Album (Columbia 1969) —David LaFlamme on electric violin/lead vocals, Patti Santos on harmony vocals



Quicksilver Messenger Service “Dino's Song”
composed by Dino Valenti
from Quicksilver Messenger Service LP Album (Capitol Records 1968) —John Cipollina on lead guitar, Gary Duncan on lead vocals



Jethro Tull “Back to the Family”
composed by Ian Anderson
from Stand Up (Bonus Track Version) CD Album (Parlophone UK 2001) —Ian Anderson on lead vocals/flute, late 60's release



Moby Grape “Hey Grandma”
from The Very Best of Moby Grape Vintage CD Compilation (Columbia Legacy 1993) —debut from 1967



Ten Years After “Going to Try”
composed by Alvin Lee
from Stonedhenge LP Album (Deram 2002) —Alvin Lee on lead vocals/guitar, 1969 release



Savoy Brown “I'm Crying”
composed by Chris Youlden
from Raw Sienna LP Album (Parrot Records 1970) —Chris Youlden on lead vocals, Kim Simmonds on lead guitar



Moby Grape “Hey Grandma”
from The Very Best of Moby Grape Vintage CD Compilation (Columbia Legacy 1993) —1967 original release



Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity “This Wheel's on Fire”
composed by Bob Dylan
from Die Hit Giganten Best of Flower Power LP Compilation (Sony Music Media) R  —Julie Driscoll on lead vocals, late 60's



The Band “Tears of Rage”
composed by Bob Dylan/Richard Manuel
from Music From Big Pink LP Album (Capitol Records, LLC 1969)



Joe Cocker “I shall be released”
composed by Bob Dylan
from With a Little Help from My Friends LP Album (A&M Records 1968) —Henry McCullogh on lead guitar, Stevie Winwood on organ



Procol Harum “Power Failure”
from Broken Barricades LP Album (A&M Records 1971) R  —Gary Brooker on lead vocals, Robin Trower on lead guitar, B.J. Wilson on COWBELL and drums!



Traffic “Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory”
composed by Winwood/Capaldi LP Album (Island Records 1973) R



The Who “Young Man Blues (Original Live At Leeds Version)”
composed by Mose Allison
from Thirty Years of Maximum R&B CD Compilation (Polydor Ltd. 1994) —original release 1970 from "Live at Leeds" lp



Led Zeppelin “How many more times”
composed by Plant/Page/Jones
from Led Zeppelin CD Album (Atlantic 1969) —Robert Plant on lead vocals, Jimmy Page on lead guitar



Steppenwolf “Faster Than the Speed of Life”
composed by Mars Bonfire
from The Second LP Album (Geffen 1968)



Spirit “Space Child”
from Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus LP Album (Ode/Epic/Legacy 1996) R  —late 60's release



The Rolling Stones “Down Home Girl”
composed by Jagger/Richard
from The Rolling Stones, Now! CD Album (ABKCO 2002) R  —1964 original release



The Rolling Stones “Flight 505”
composed by Jagger/Richards
from Aftermath - UK LP Album (ABKCO) R  —60's release



The Beau Brummels “These boots are made for walking”
from Beau Brummels '66 (Mono) CD Album (Rhino/Warner Bros.) R  —Cover of the Nancy Sinatra classic, Sal Valentino on lead vocals



Quicksilver Messenger Service “Mona”
composed by Bo Diddley
from Happy Trails LP Album (Capitol Records 1969) R  —John Cipollina on lead guitar, Gary Duncan on lead vocals



H.P. Lovecraft “wayfaring stranger”
from H.P. Lovecraft I CD Album (Island Def Jam 2010) —debut lp from 1967



Mott The Hoople “All the Young Dudes”
composed by David Bowie
from All The Young Dudes LP Album (Columbia Records 1972) R  —Ian Hunter on lead vocals



David Bowie “Queen Bitch”
composed by David Bowie
from Hunky Dory LP Album (RCA 1971) —Mick Ronson on lead guitar



T.Rex “The Motivator”
composed by Marc Bolan
from Electric Warrior CD Album (Reprise 1971) —Marc Bolan on lead vocals/guitar



Japan “Lovers On Main Street”
composed by David Sylvian
from Adolescent Sex LP Album (Ariola Records 1978) —David Sylvian on lead vocals, debut lp



El Chicano “Brown-eyed Girl”
composed by Van Morrison
from 20th Century Masters - The Christmas Collection: The Best of El Chicano LP Album (Geffen) R  —Latin group covering Van Morrison classic, original release from Celebration lp 1972



Thee Midniters “giving Up On Love”
from Whittier Blvd CD Compilation (MicroWerks) —60's release



Otis Redding “I've Been Loving You Too Long (to Stop Now)”
composed by Otis Redding/Jerry Butler
from Love Songs CD Compilation (Rhino Records) —1965 release



Tracy Nelson “Sad Situation”
composed by Clyde Pitts
from Mother Earth Presents Tracy Nelson Country LP Album (Reprise 1969) —Tracy Nelson on lead vocals from the group Mother Earth



Roy Orbison “it's over”
composed by Roy Orbison
from The All-Time Greatest Hits of Roy Orbison LP Compilation (CBS 1972) L —circa late 50's/early 60's



The Grateful Dead “The Music Never Stopped”
composed by Bob Weir/Barlow
from Blues For Allah LP Album (Grateful Dead Records 1975) R  —Bob Weir on lead vocals, Jerry Garcia on lead guitar



Joni Mitchell “Mr. Blue”
from Live At The Second Fret 1966 LP Album (LTEV) —Broadcast live by WRTI, Temple University's radio station 1966



Emmy Lou Harris “Boulder to Birmingham”
composed by Emmy Lou Harris
from Pieces Of the Sky LP Album (Reprise 1975)



Utopia “hiroshima”
from Ra CD Album (Rhino 1977) R  —Todd Rundgren on lead vocals/lead guitar



Todd Rundgren “It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference”
composed by Todd Rundgren
from Somewhere/Anywher CD Compilation (Bearsville Records) —recorded before Something/Anything in Bearsville Sound Studio B

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