Wednesday, August 9, 2023

Coulda / Woulda / Shoulda

The Words of the Week are Could, Would, and Should on this high concept edition of The Mal Thursday Show, with Mal presenting the usual '60s groups along with some records of more recent vintage, in Ultrasonic Stereophonic and Living Monophonic Sound. Originally transmitted 11 August 2023.

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Playlist:
Them: Could You Would You/If You and I Could Be as Two (mono)
The Yardbirds: I Wish You Would (BBC)
The Kinks: You Shouldn't Be Sad (BBC)
The Rolling Stones: It Should Be You (demo)
The Bee Gees: You Wouldn't Know
The Hollies: Would You Believe
The Sharp Five: I Should Have Known Better (bed)
The Beach Boys: I Should Have Known Better
The Grass Roots: Things I Should Have Said
The Brigands: (Would I Still Be) Her Big Man
The Nightcrawlers: He Shouldn't Hurt You
Blues Image: Yesterday Could Be Today
Love: Maybe People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale
The Beach Boys: Wouldn't It Be Nice (bed)
The Mach V: If I Could
The Hard Times: You Couldn't Love Me
The Run A Rounds: I Couldn't Care Less
The Coachmen: Summer Should Bring Happiness

Mal Thursday's Texas Tyme Machine:
The Laughing Kind: I Could Have Showed You the Way
The Electric Prism: I Would Have Like You Anyway
The Graven Image: I Would But I Could
Sir Douglas Quintet: She Would If She Could, She Can't So She Won't
 
The Barracudas: (I Wish It Could Be) 1965 Again
The Mourning After: Do Ya Think Ya Should
The Reverberations: Why Should I Care
Groovy Uncle (feat. Suzi Chunk): I Really Wouldn't Know
Muck & The Mires: You Shouldn't Have Let Her Go
Shannon & The Clams: If You Could Know
Lyres: How Could Have I Done All These Things
Anthony Newley: Where Would You Be Without Me
Manfred Mann: Why Should We Not 

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