Thursday, March 7, 2024

1966 A to Z: A

Mal Thursday kicks off a series of episodes exploring the music of the year 1966. Alphabetically. This week's artists range fro the Aardvarks to A Wild Uncertainty. Presented in Ultrasonic Stereophonic and Living Monophonic Sound. Originally transmitted 7 March 2024.

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 Playlist:
The Aardvarks: I'm Higher Than I'm Down/I Don't Believe
The Abandoned: Come on Mary
The Action: I'll Keep Holding on/Baby You've Got It
Roy Acuff Jr.
: Turn That Frown Upside Down
The Alarm Clocks: Yeah/No Reason to Complain
The Advantes: Done It Again
Cannonball Adderly: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (bed)
The Wild Angels radio spot
The All Night Workers: Why Don't You Smile Now
Knoll Allen and the Noble Savages: Animal
Paul Allen: Cash for Your Trash
The Allies: I'll Sell My Soul
Keith Allison: Action, Action, Action
The Allman Joys: Spoonful/Shapes of Things
Davie Allan & The Arrows: Skaterdater (bed)
The Alright Five: Turn Off Next Exit
Al's Untouchables: Come on Baby
The Ambertones: I Can Only Give You Everything
Angie & The New Raiders: It's a Lie
The Anglo-Americans: The Music Never Stops
Angie & The New Raiders: Sounds of the Raiders (bed)
The Sand Pebbles trailer
The Animals: It's My Life (BBC)/Don't Bring Me Down (mono)
The Apollos: Target Love/It's a Monster
Apollo's Apaches: Why Tolerate
The Artwoods: Keep Lookin'/I Take What I Want
The Ascots: Crash Dive (bed)
The Silencers trailer
The Association: You Hear Me Call Your Name (mono)/Along Comes Mary (live)
The Astronauts: Main Street
The Atlantics: It's a Hard Life

Mal Thursday's Texas Tyme Machine:

The Argyles: White Lightning/Farmer John
The Avengers: (San Antonio): Some Day

The Avengers (Memphis): Batarang (bed)
Teenage Gang Debs trailer
The Attic Sounds: Shadows
Atilla and The Huns: Mojo Cools
The Avalons: Come Back Little Girl
The Avengers (Bakersfield): I Told You So/Open Your Eyes
A Wild Uncertainty: Broken Truth/A Man with Money

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