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Badfinger - Baby Blue- Straight Up, Feb. ’72 in the U.K.
Dhani Harrison- For You Blue- single, Sept. ‘13
The Moody Blues- Time is On My Side-
Gerry & The Pacemakers- A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues- How Do You Like It?, Oct. ‘63
Cream- Outside Woman Blues- Disraeli Gears, Nov. ‘67

VT 1/
Brits Cover Americans
The Beatles- Please Mr. Postman- Live at the BBC, Vol. 2, Nov. ‘13
The Beatles- Words of Love- Live at the BBC, Vol. 2, Nov. ‘13 (written by Buddy Holly, born Sept. 7, 1936)
The Rolling Stones- Route 66- Got Live if You Want It! (EP), Jun. ‘65 (written by Bobby Troup, born Oct. 18, 1918)
Rod Stewart- Cut Across Shorty- Gasoline Alley, Sept. 70 in the UK (written by Marijohn Wilkin, born July 14, 1920 and Wayne P. Walker, born December 13, 1925)
Elvis Costello- Bama Lama Bama Loo- Kojak Variety, May ‘95 (written by Richard Penniman, aka Little Richard, born December 5, 1932)

VT 2/
American Cover Brits /
Earl “Tom†Petty, born October 20, 1950.
Tom Petty- Something in the Air- Greatest Hits, Jan. 1994
Flamin’ Groovies- There’s a Place- Flamin’ Groovies Now, ‘78
Material Issue- Bus Stop- Sing Hollies in Reverse, Aug. ‘95
Cheap Trick- California Man- Heaven Tonight, May ‘78
The Wondermints- Arnold Layne- Wonderful World of the Wondermints, Nov. ‘96

VT 3/
British Invasion on the U.S. Billboard Charts – October 17th, 1964
Top Invaders:
Debuts just this week!
Searchers – When You Walk Into the Room – #97 – Peaks at #35
Herman’s Hermits – I’m into Something Good – #79
Dave Clark Five – Everybody Knows – #40
Peter and Gordon – I Don’t Want to See You Again – #48
Zombies – She’s Not There – #87
Animals – The House of the Rising Sun #38
Honeycombs – Have I the Right – #20
Nashville Teens – Tobacco Road – #25
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Number 1 – Manfred Mann – Do Wah Diddy Diddy
1969: The Who begin a six-night run at the Fillmore East in New York, performing their new rock opera "Tommy" in its entirety.

VT 4/
The Who- Smash the Mirror- Tommy, May ‘69
The Pretty Things- She Says Good Morning- S.F. Sorrow, Dec. ’68 in the UK
The Kinks- Picture Book- The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, Nov. ‘68
David Bowie- Drive-In Saturday- Aladdin Sane, Apr. ‘73
Blur- Parklife- Parklife, Apr. ‘94
The Who- 5:15, Quadrophenia, Oct. ‘73

VT 5/
1968: The Yardbirds end their stage career with a gig at Liverpool University.
The Yardbirds- Great Shakes spot
The Yardbirds- For Your Love- single, Feb. ‘65
The Yardbirds- Stroll On- Blowup, ‘66
Jeff Beck- Tallyman- single ‘67
Led Zeppelin- Good Times Bad Times- single, Mar. ‘69

VT 6/
The Troggs- I Can’t Control Myself- single, ‘66
The Move- Down on the Bay- flip of “Chinatown,†Oct. ‘71
The Attack- Magic in the Air- Magic in the Air,’90
The Strypes- What a Shame- single, July ‘13
Arctic Monkeys- Snap Out of It- AM, Sept. ‘13

VT 7/
Chicks
Suzi Chunk- No Stone Unturned- Girl From the Neck Down, Sept. ‘12
Dusty Springfield- All Cried Out- single, ‘64
Nancy Sinatra- Day Tripper- Boots, March ‘66
Sandie Shaw- Girl Don’t Come- single, ‘64
The Pretenders- Not a Second Time- Pirate Radio, March ‘06

VT 8/
The Beatles- Do You Want to Know a Secret? - Live at the BBC, Vol. 2, Nov. ‘13
The Beatles- Boys- Live at the BBC, Vol. 2, Nov. ‘13
Cream- Strange Brew- broadcast on the BBC Jun. ‘67
The Kinks- Top of the Pops- Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One, Nov. ‘70
Ming Tea- BBC- Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery soundtrack, Apr. ‘97
Elvis Costello – Radio Radio – This Years Model 1978 Prod. Nick Lowe
The Living End - What's On Your Radio? – State of Emergency

CLOSE

Paul McCartney – Get Me Outta Here – NEW
 

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Today's Oct.27th show features our very special guest > Singer /songwriter, actor, and producer and star of his very own one man show called: A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond … Mr. Peter Asher.
Peter (hopefully) will talk about his current one man show,
his former partner the late great Gordon Waller,
what it was like to have a Beatle living in his house,
and how he became the visul blueprint for Austin Powers (true!)
Along with some really great Peter & Gordon tunes…(during hour #3)

Plus hot British numbers from the Beatles, Marc Bolan in `66, The Pretty Things, and a British guitar slinger set (featuring Clapton-Beck-Page-Ronson-Mick Taylor and even Johnny Marr!)
Plus more from The Kinks, blur, Len Price 3 and the The Zombies!

It’s gonna be a scene man!

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Today's Oct.27th show features our very special guest > Singer /songwriter, actor, and producer and star of his very own one man show called: A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond … Mr. Peter Asher.
Peter (hopefully) will talk about his current one man show,
his former partner the late great Gordon Waller,
what it was like to have a Beatle living in his house,
and how he became the visul blueprint for Austin Powers (true!)
Along with some really great Peter & Gordon tunes…(during hour #3)

Plus hot British numbers from the Beatles, Marc Bolan in `66, The Pretty Things, and a British guitar slinger set (featuring Clapton-Beck-Page-Ronson-Mick Taylor and even Johnny Marr!)
Plus more from The Kinks, blur, Len Price 3 and the The Zombies!

It’s gonna be a scene man!
I'm tuned in
 

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Today's Oct.27th show features our very special guest > Singer /songwriter, actor, and producer and star of his very own one man show called: A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond … Mr. Peter Asher.
Peter (hopefully) will talk about his current one man show,
his former partner the late great Gordon Waller,
what it was like to have a Beatle living in his house,
and how he became the visul blueprint for Austin Powers (true!)
Along with some really great Peter & Gordon tunes…(during hour #3)

Plus hot British numbers from the Beatles, Marc Bolan in `66, The Pretty Things, and a British guitar slinger set (featuring Clapton-Beck-Page-Ronson-Mick Taylor and even Johnny Marr!)
Plus more from The Kinks, blur, Len Price 3 and the The Zombies!

It’s gonna be a scene man!

Switch ON…Tune IN (baby)
Followed by Andrew Loog Oldham (very British) - Repeat broadcast 12–midnight eastern!
And available on Sirius/XM ON DEMAND!
How about that? I didn't know. I should have guessed the Myers based him on someone specific. Everything else in the movie is a parody of something.
 

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Chris Carter's British Invasion Radio Show

This week’s show will feature salutes to today’s Nov. 3rd British birthdays, Yanks who influenced young UK-ers, George Harrisongs, Bowie’s 60’s powered Pin-Up’s and a set of America’s who wish they were British! Plus The Beatles, Badfinger, Faces, Peter & Gordon, The Carnaby, The Byrds & The Birds and more!

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Playlist:

Badfinger- I’ll Be the One- Straight Up, Feb. ’72 in the UK
The Faces- Maybe I’m Amazed- single, ‘71
Paul McCartney- Queenie Eye- New, Concord Records, Oct. ‘13
Dhani Harrison- For You Blue- single, Sept. ‘13

BREAK VT 3
This weekend in 1974 (Nov. 2nd), George Harrison became the first Beatle to undertake a solo world tour when he played the first show of a 30-night tour in Vancouver, Canada.

George Harrison- What is Life? - All Things Must Pass, Nov. ‘70
George Harrison- When We Was Fab - Cloud Nine, Nov. ‘87
George Harrison- Any Road- Brainwashed, Nov. ’02 May ‘03
(Make sure new LIVE BBC) > The Beatles- Do You Want to Know a Secret? - Live at the BBC, Vol. 2, Nov. ‘13

BREAK VT 4
The Beatles- It Won’t Be Long – With The Beatles
The Rolling Stones- I Wanna Be Your Man – Single 6`3
(Make sure new LIVE BBC) >The Beatles- Boys- Live at the BBC, Vol. 2, Nov. ‘13
Beady Eye- Beatles and Stones

BREAK VT 5
The Carnaby- Jump and Dance – Single `64
Shel Naylor- One Fine Day – Single `64
The Strypes- Monkey - EP
The Boomtown Rats- Never Bite the Hand that Feeds You
Gen X- King Rocker

BREAK VT 6
Brit Birthdays Nov 3rd

Shirley Bassey- Goldfinger- (Goldfinger soundtrack album), single, ‘64
Tremeloes - Do You Love Me- single, ‘67
Deep Purple- Hush- Shades of Deep Purple, July ‘68
Lulu and the Luvvers- Shout- single, Summer ‘64
Adam and the Ants- Beat My Guest- flip of “Stand and Deliverâ€, Spring ‘81

BREAK VT 7
This is 40....

Graham Parker and the Rumour- Protection- Squeezing Out Sparks, March ‘79
Rockpile- Wrong Again (Let’s Face It)- Seconds of Pleasure, Columbia, Oct. ‘80
Nick Lowe- They Called it Rock- Jesus of Cool, March ‘78
Elvis Costello- Waiting For The End Of The World- My Aim Is True, July ‘77

BREAK VT 8
Bowie's Pin Ups kicks off 5 week run at #1 today in 1973/
David Bowie- Sorrow (originally performed by the Merseys)
The Pretty Things- Rosalyn- debut single, ‘64
David Bowie- I Wish You Would (originally performed by the Yardbirds)
The Easybeats- Friday on My Mind- single, Nov. ‘67
David Bowie- Don’t Bring Me Down (originally performed by The Pretty Things)

BREAK VT 9
The Who- Under My Thumb- Odds & Sods, Oct. ‘74
The Birds- Leaving Here- single, Apr. ‘65
The Small Faces- Talk to You- Small Faces, June ‘67
The Searchers- Don’t You Know Why- Take Me For What I’m Worth, ‘66
Peter and Gordon (w/ Brian Jones)- Love Me Baby- flip of “I Go to Pieces,†Nov. ‘64

BREAK VT 10
Americans Who Wish They were Brits

The Flamin’ Groovies- Yes It’s True- Shake Some Action, June ‘76
The Byrds- You Don’t Have To Cry -
Pezband- Baby It's Cold Outside- Pezband, ‘77
The Raspberries- Play On- Starting Over, Sept. ‘74
Stories- Hey France- About Us, ‘73
Big Star – Sitting In A Back Of A Car – Radio City

CLOSE
Small Faces – Lazy Sunday
Paul McCartney – Get Me Outta Here - NEW
 

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This show features songs relating to the following events which took place this November weekend in British Rock History between the years 1961 and yesterday - Including:

> Brian Epstein seeing the Beatles playing live for the first time in 1961

> John meeting Yoko for the first time in 1966

> A listen to the Brits on the US billboard singles charts in 1965

> A tribute to the birth of Pretty Thing Phil May (Nov. 2nd)

> And a set of Americans who wish they were British

Here is what it like looks like on paper…but it's much better in yer ears:

Open
The Beatles - I Wanna Be Your Man- With The Beatles, Nov. ‘63
Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas- Do You Want to Know a Secret?- single, Apr. ‘63
Gerry & The Pacemakers- A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues- UK (EMI)
The Fourmost – I'm In Love UK Parlophone single 1963
The Cyrkle- Red Rubber Ball- single, Apr. ‘66
Cilla Black – It’s For You- single, Jul. ‘64

BREAK 1
Badfinger - Midnight Sun- Magic Christian Music, Jan. ’70 in the UK
The Charlatans- Just Lookin'- Melting Pot, Feb. ‘98
Teenage Fanclub- Sidewinder- Bandwagonesque, Nov. ‘91
The Troggs- Love Is All Around- single, Oct. ‘67
David Bowie- I Dig Everything- single, Aug. ‘66

BREAK 2
The Small Faces- Donkey Rides, A Penny, A Glass- flip of “The Universal,†June ‘68
The Kinks - Dedicated Follower Of Fashion- single, Feb. ’66 in the UK
Thurman- Lewis Brightworth- Lux, Oct. ‘95
Pimlico- Consider Archie- A Glummer Quartet (EP), Jan. ‘96
Mott The Hoople - Pearl 'N' Roy- The Hoople, March ‘74

BREAK 3
The Top of the Charts November 13th, 1965
Number 1 – Get Off My Cloud – The Rolling Stones (2nd week at #1)
Number 17 – Everyone’s Gone To The Moon – Jonathan King (2nd week at #17)
Number 20 – You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away – The Silkie (up from #39)
Number 28 – Just A Little Bit Better – Herman’s Hermits (down from number 22)
Number 63 – Over And Over – The Dave Clark 5 (peaks at #1)

BREAK 4
Aussies
The Easybeats – See Saw (Vanda Young) – Vigil, May ‘68
The Church – Almost With You – Blurred Crusade EMI 1982
Mott – Good Times (Vanda/Young)- Shouting And Pointing, ‘76
Hoodoo Gurus- I Was A Kamikaze Pilot- Stoneage Romeos, March ’84 in Australia
The Vines – Ride- single, March ‘04

BREAK 5
The Beatles – Hllo, Goodbye- single, Nov. ’67
The Beatles – The Ballad Of John & Yoko- single, May ‘69
The Beatles – Don’t Let Me Down- flip of “Get Back,†Apr. ‘69
 

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I thought that list looked a little short- here's the rest of the story:



Beady Eye - I’m Just Saying – BE, June ‘13
The Jam – David Watts – single, Aug. ‘78
Paul Weller- 22 Dreams- 22 Dreams, June ‘08
Oasis – Shakermaker- single, June ‘94

BREAK 7
The Pretty Things – Rosalyn- debut single, ‘64
The Pretty Things- Don’t Bring Me Down- single, ‘64
The Pretty Things- Walking Through My Dreams- double A-sided single w/ “Talkin’ About the Good Times,†‘68
The Pretty Things- She’s a Lover- Parachute, June ‘70

BREAK 8
The Yardbirds- Boom Boom- debut single, Dec. ’64
The Creation- Biff Bang Pow- flip of “Painter Man,†Oct. ‘66
Elvis Costello- Bama Lama Bama Loo- Kojak Variety, May 1995
Ringo Starr- Back Off Boogaloo- single, March ‘72
T.Rex- Baby Boomerang- The Slider, July ‘72

BREAK 9
Marc Bolan – The Third Degree- 1966
Joe Cocker – I’ll Cry Instead – 1964
The Golden Earrings – Daddy Buy Me A Girl - Single

BREAK 9
The Ramones- Substitute- single, ‘93
Todd Rundgren- Rain- Faithful, Apr. ‘76
Wondermints- Arnold Layne- Wonderful World of the Wondermints, Nov. ‘96
Dramarama– Memo From Turner- Vinyl, ‘91
Suzi Quatro- I Wanna Be Your Man- Suzi Quatro, Oct. ‘73

CLOSE
Small Faces – Lazy Sunday
Mott The Hoople – Saturday Gigs - Single
 

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On this Nov. 17th edition of Chris Carter’s British Invasion we start with a set of Sunday related numbers followed by sets relating to Slade’s first UK #1 single, British Invader’s this week in 1964, the UK #1 from a US band today in 1966, plus some sides from the sixties Nirvana, an instrumental set, Sex Pistols without Johnny Rotten and much, much more!

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The Playlist:

Joe Jackson- Sunday Papers- Look Sharp!, Jan. ‘79
The Beatles- Lady Madonna- single, March ‘68
Rockpile- Wrong Again (Let’s Face It)- Seconds of Pleasure¬, Oct. ‘80
The Monkees- Pleasant Valley Sunday- single, July ’67 /Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn and Jones, Ltd.
Blondie- Sunday Girl- single, May ‘79/Parallel Lines

BREAK VT 1
1967, A 16 date UK package tour with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Move, The Nice and Amen Corner played at the City Hall, Sheffield. A review in the Sheffield Star noted: 'Like an electrified golliwog, Jimi Hendrix threw himself into a live-wire act that featured his intricate guitar interpretation. Quite an Experience'.

Jimi Hendrix- Spanish Castle Magic- Axis: Bold as Love- Dec. ‘67
The Move- Blackberry Way- single, ‘68
Amen Corner- Hello Susie- single, ‘69
Pink Floyd- Lucifer Sam- Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Aug. ‘67
Jimi Hendrix- Little Miss Lover- Axis: Bold as Love- Dec. ‘67

BREAK VT 2
The Zombies- I Can’t Make Up My Mind- Begin Here, March ‘65
The Hollies- You Know He Did- flip of “I’m Alive,†May ’65 in the UK
The Mockingbirds- You Stole My Love- single, Oct. ‘65
Nirvana- Rainbow Chaser- single, March ‘68
Thunderclap Newman- Something in the Air- single, May ‘69/Hollywood Dream

BREAK VT 3
The Kinks- The Hard Way- Schoolboys in Disgrace- Nov. ‘75
The Strypes- What a Shame- single, July ‘13/Snapshot
Nic Armstrong and the Thieves- Broken Mouth Blues- The Greatest White Liar, March ‘05
The Pretty Things- Buzz the Jerk- Get the Picture?- Dec. ‘65
The Arctic Monkeys- I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor -Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, Jan ‘06

BREAK VT 4
1966, The Beach Boys were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Good Vibrations.' As a child, his mother told him that dogs could pick up "vibrations" from people, so that the dog would bark at "bad vibrations" Wilson turned this into the general idea for the song.

The Beach Boys- Good Vibrations- single, Oct. ‘66
10cc- Rubber Bullets- single, June ‘73/1Occ
The Raspberries- Cruisin’ Music- single, ‘75/Starting Over

BREAK VT 5
1937, Born on this day, Geoff Goddard, songwriter, wrote 'Johnny Remember Me', played keyboards on The Tornadoes 1962 No.1 hit 'Telstar'. He died on 15th May 2000 aged 62.

The Tornados- Telstar- single, Aug. ‘62
The Pete Best Combo- Pete’s Theme- Beyond the Beatles, ‘96
Jeff Beck- Beck’s Bolero- single, March ‘67

BREAK VT 6
Cream- I’m So Glad- Fresh Cream, Dec. ‘66
Donovan- The Trip- Sunshine Superman, Aug. ‘66
Oasis- Rockin’ Chair- flip of “Roll With It,†Aug. ‘95
The Who- (This Could Be) The Last Time- single, June ‘67
Badfinger- No Matter What- single/No Dice, Nov. ‘70
Creation - How Does It Feel? - Single

BREAK VT 7
1971, Slade were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Coz I Luv You', the group's first of six No.1's. The misspelt song titles became a trademark for Slade, causing a great furor among teachers up and down the country.

Slade- Coz I Luv You- single, Oct. ‘71
T. Rex- Mambo Sun- Electric Warrior, Sept. ‘71
Rod Stewart- (I Know) I’m Losing You- Every Picture Tells a Story, July ’71 in the UK
John Lennon- Give Me Some Truth- Imagine, Sept. ‘71

BREAK VT 8
Top British Invaders This Week 1964: ALL GROUPS

Number 5 – Zombies – She’s Not There
Number 7 – Honeycombs – Have I the Right
Number 8 – Kinks – You Really Got Me
Number 10 – Rolling Stones – Time is On My Side
Searchers – Love Potion Number 9 – #102 – Peaks at #3
Nashville Teens – Tobacco Road – #41
Dave Clark Five – Anyway You Want It – #63

BREAK VT 9
The Clash- 1-2 Crush On You- flip of “Tommy Gun,†Nov. ‘78
The Sex Pistols- Silly Thing- Kiss This, ‘79
Primal Scream - Nitty Gritty- single, Oct. ‘06/Riot City Blues
The Small Faces- Talk To You- Small Faces, June ‘67
The Beatles- Taxman- Revolver, Aug. ‘66
The Jam- Start!- single, Aug. ‘80/Setting Sons, entered the UK charts at #1
Ringo Starr- Choose Love- Choose Love, July ’05 in the UK

CLOSE
Peter & Gordon – If I Were You – B-side
Sandy Shaw – Love Me Do – Single
Small Faces – Lazy Sunday - Single
 

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From The Action to The Zombies (with 24 bands/artists in-between). Over & over again.

A three-hour combo of everything from hit singles to obscure gems from various British Invasions presented in a proper an orderly fashion via the alphabet.

We also will alphabetically acknowledge the birth of Bev Bevan (Move/ELO), Pete Best (Beatles), John Squire (Stone Roses) and the Passing of Queen Freddie and the reunion of Mott The Hoople.
 

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From The Action to The Zombies
(with 24 bands/artists in-between)
Over & over again


A three-hour combo of everything from hit singles to obscure gems from various British Invasions presented in a proper an orderly fashion via the alphabet. We also will alphabetically acknowledge the birth of Bev Bevan (Move/ELO), Pete Best (Beatles), John Squire (Stone Roses) and the Passing of Queen Freddie and the reunion of Mott The Hoople.

OPEN
Adam Faith- It’s Alright- ‘64
The Big Three- Some Other Guy- single, Mar. ‘63
Cream- Wrapping Paper- single, Oct. ‘66
David Bowie- Queen Bitch- Hunky Dory, Dec. ‘71
Electric Light Orchestra- Ma-Ma-Ma Belle- single, Mar. ’74 in the UK/On the Third Day, Dec. ’73 in the UK (Bev Bevan)

VT 1
The Faces- Debris- A Nod is as Good as a Wink… to a Blind Horse
George Harrison- If Not For You- All Things Must Pass, Nov. ‘70
The Hollies- If I Needed Someone- single, Dec. ‘65
The Iveys- I’m in Love- Maybe Tomorrow, ‘69
Jackie Lomax- Sour Milk Sea- single, Sept. ’69 in the UK/Is This What You Want?, Mar. ‘69

VT 2
The Kinks- Set Me Free- single, May ‘65/Kinda Kinks, March ’65 in the UK
The Len Price 3- Mr. Grey- Pictures, Jan.’10
The Move- Down on the Bay- single, Oct. ‘71/Message from the Country, Oct. ’71 (Bev Bevan)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds- Soldier Boys and Jesus Freaks- Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Oct. ‘11
Oasis- Cigarettes and Alcohol- single, Oct. ‘94/Definitely Maybe, Aug. ‘94

VT 3
The Pete Best Combo- Off the Hook- Beyond the Beatles, 1964-1966, ‘96
Queen- Stone Cold Crazy- Sheer Heart Attack, Nov. ‘74
The Rolling Stones- Live with Me- Let it Bleed, Dec. ‘69
The Stone Roses- She Bangs the Drums- single, July ’89 in the UK/The Stone Roses, Apr. ‘89
Tony Sheridan- Shake it Some More- single, ‘65

VT 4
The Undertones- Teenage Kicks- single, Sept. ‘78/The Undertones, May ‘79
The Vines- Ride- single, Mar. ‘04/Winning Days, Mar. ‘04
The Who- I’m Free- single, ‘69/Tommy, May ‘69
XTC- Grass- single, Aug. ‘66/Skylarking, Oct. ‘86
The Yardbirds- For Your Love- single, Feb. ‘65/
The Zombies- I Don’t Want to Know- The Zombies, Jan’ 65

VT 5
The Action- I’ll Keep Holding On- single, Feb. ‘66
The Beatles- Penny Lane- single, Feb. ‘67/Magical Mystery Tour, Dec. ‘67
The Beatles- Strawberry Fields Forever- single, Feb. ‘67/Magical Mystery Tour, Dec. ‘67
The Beatles- Hey Bulldog- Yellow Submarine, Jan. ‘69
Cheap Trick- Just Got Back- All Shook Up, Oct. ‘80

VT 6
The Dave Clark Five- Best Day’s Work- flip of “If Somebody Loves You,†July ‘69
The Eyes- I’m Rowed Out- flip of “When the Night Falls,†Nov. ‘65
The Flamin’ Groovies- Yes It’s True- Shake Some Action, Jun. ‘76
Gerry and the Pacemakers- It’s Gonna be Alright- single, Sept. ’64 in the UK
Herman’s Hermits- A Must to Avoid- single, Dec. ‘65/A Must to Avoid EP, Feb. ‘66

VT 7
Ian Hunter- Once Bitten, Twice Shy- Ian Hunter, Apr. ‘75
The Jam- Carnation- The Gift, Mar. ‘82
The Kinks- Sleepwalker- Sleepwalker, Feb. ‘77
The Libertines- Boys in the Band- Up the Bracket, Oct. ‘02

VT 8
Mott the Hoople- Rock and Roll Queen- Mott the Hoople, Nov. ‘69
Mott the Hoople- One of the Boys- All the Young Dudes,†July ‘72
Mott the Hoople- Honaloochie Boogie- MOTT single, May ‘73
Mott the Hoople- All the Young Dudes- single, July ‘72

VT 9
Nick Lowe- So it Goes- Jesus of Cool, Mar. ‘78
Oasis- I’m Outta Time- single, Dec. ‘08/Dig Out Your Soul, Oct. ‘08
The Pretty Things- She’s A Lover- Parachute, Jun. ‘70
Q65- The Life I Live- single, ‘66
Robert Plant- Louie, Louie- Wayne’s World 2 soundtrack, Dec. ‘93

VT 10
Sweet- Paperback Writer- Sweet Originals: The Best 37 Glamrock Songs Ever, Nov. ‘98
T. Rex- Telegram Sam- single, Jan. ‘72/The Slider, July ‘72
The Undertakers - Just Want a Little Bit- single, ‘64 (52)
Vibrators – Baby Baby
XTC – Sgt. Rock
The Who - Smash the Mirror - Tommy
The Zombies – What Can I Do
 

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Today Dec. 1st
1964, Beatles drummer Ringo Starr booked into University College Hospital to have his tonsils removed.
The Beatles- Dr. Robert- Revolver, Aug. ‘66


The Pete Best Combo- Some Other Guy- Beyond The Beatles, ‘66
Elvis Costello- No Action- This Year’s Model, Mar. ‘78
The Rutles- Ouch!- The Rutles, Mar. ‘78
Ringo Starr- It Don’t Come Easy- single, Apr. ‘71

BREAK VT 1
1964, The Who played the first of 22 consecutive Tuesday night gigs at The Marquee Club in London, the band were paid £50 for each gig. The Marquee Club saw the rise of some of the most important British artists in the 60's such as Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Cream, Manfred Mann, The Nice, Yes, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, King Crimson and many others who all appeared at the club.

The Who- Leaving Here- Odds & Sods, Oct. ‘74 Shel Talmy
Creation- Making Time- debut single, June ‘66 Shel Talmy
The Small Faces- Talk to You- Small Faces, June ’67 Not Shel Talmy
Shel Naylor- One Fine Day- single, Mar. ’64 – Shel Talmy
The Loose Ends- Taxman- single, Aug. ’66 (Decca)
The Who- The Kids Are Alright- single, Aug. ’66 in the UK/My Generation, Dec. ‘65
Shel Talmy

BREAK VT 2
1976, The Sex Pistols appeared on ITV's live early evening 'Today' show (in place of Queen who had pulled out following a trip to the dentists by Freddie Mercury). Taunted by interviewer Bill Grundy who asked the band to say something outrageous, guitarist Steve Jones says: 'You dirty bastard...you dirty fucker...what a fucking rotter!' Grundy died of a heart attack aged 69 on 9th Feb 1993.

The Sex Pistols- Silly Thing- single, Mar. ‘79/The Great rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle, Feb. ‘79
The Clash- Hateful- London Calling, Dec. ‘79
The Boomtown Rats- Never Bite the Hand that Feeds- The Boomtown Rats, Sept. ‘77
The Buzzcocks- Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)- single, Sept. ‘78/Love Bites, Sept. ‘78
The Tom Robinson Band- Up Against the Wall- Power in the Darkness, ‘78

BREAK VT 3

British Invasion on the U.S. Billboard Charts – November 28th, 1964
(Visit Joel Whitburn’s Record Research website presenting Billboard Charts)
Top 10 British Invaders this week in 1964:


Zombies – She’s Not There #4
Kinks – You Really Got Me #6
Marianne Faithfull – As Tears Go By – #81
Dave Clark Five – Anyway You Want It – #46
Searchers – When You Walk Into the Room – #48
Herman’s Hermits – I’m into Something Good – #19
Peter and Gordon – I Don’t Want to See You Again – #33

BREAK VT 4
2006, An Oasis fan enjoyed "the best day of his life" when Noel Gallagher popped round to his house in Poynton, Cheshire to play an intimate gig. Ben Hayes had won a BBC Radio 1 competition to have the star play in his front room as part of a week of gigs compered by DJ Jo Whiley. 15 people packed into his lounge for the tiny gig - with his mother on hand making cups of tea for the crew.

Oasis- Don’t Look Back in Anger- single, Feb. ‘96/(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, Oct. ’95 (Creation)
Slade- Miles Out to Sea- Old New Borrowed and Blue, Feb. ‘74
Badfinger- Just a Chance- Wish You Were Here, Nov. ’74 (Warner Bros.)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds- The Death of You and Me- single, Aug. ‘11/ Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Oct. ‘11

BREAK VT 5
Weekend Nov. 30th …
1963, The Beatles second album With The Beatles became the first million selling album by a group in the UK. The album stayed at the top of the charts for 21 weeks, displacing Please Please Me, so that The Beatles occupied the top spot for 51 consecutive weeks.


The Beatles- All I’ve Got to Do- With the Beatles, Nov. ‘63
Chuck Berry- Roll Over Beethoven- single, May ‘56
The Beatles- Don’t Bother Me- With the Beatles, Nov. ‘63
Marvelettes - Please Mr. Postman
The Beatles- All My Loving- With the Beatles, Nov. ‘63
The Rolling Stones- I Wanna Be Your Man- single, Nov. ‘63

BREAK VT 6
1969, The Rolling Stones played the final night on a 17 date North American tour at the International Raceway Festival, West Palm Beach, Florida. Also appearing, The Moody Blues, Ten Years After, King Crimson, Janis Joplin, The Band, Steppenwolf and Iron Butterfly….Altamont followed Dec. 6th
Tom - * PLAY ALL 3 songs TOGETHER – CONTINUOUS – NO DROPS BETWEEN SONGS…LIKE A REAL STONES CONCERT!
The Rolling Stones- Under My Thumb- 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' The Rolling Stones in Concert, Sept. ’70 (Decca)/
The Rolling Stones- I’m Free- 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' The Rolling Stones in Concert, Sept. ’70 (Decca)/
The Rolling Stones- (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction- 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' The Rolling Stones in Concert, Sept. ’70 (Decca)

BREAK VT 7
2006, The sale of Syd Barrett's final belongings were sold by Cheffins auctioneers in Cambridge, England. The sale of the 77 items raised £119,890 ($233,786). Ten paintings alone raised over £55,000 and two bicycles over £10,000. The sale included such things as the armchair he used to sit in, his home-made bread bin, tools, notebooks and binders and books. The sale catalogue described Barrett - who quit Pink Floyd in 1968 - as a man with a "total disinterest in materialism."

Pink Floyd- Bike- Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Aug. ‘67
Tomorrow- My White Bicycle- single, May ‘67
Donovan- Cosmic Wheels– Cosmic Wheels, Mar. 1973
T. Rex- Thunderwing- flip of “Metal Guru,†May ‘72
Nic Armstrong- I Want to Be Your Driver- The Greatest White Liar, March ‘05
The Kinks- Gotta Get the First Plane Home- The Kinks Kontroversy, Nov. ‘65

BREAK VT 8
More British guys born this weekend
1949, Born on this day, Terry Reid, UK singer, member of Peter Jay's Jaywalkers. Reid turned down the job as lead singer with Led Zeppelin.

1957, Born on this day, John Ashton, guitar, Psychedelic Furs, (1986 UK No.18 single 'Pretty In Pink'

1955, Born on this day, William Broad (Billy Idol), singer, Generation X, (1979 UK No.11 single 'King Rocker'). Solo (1987 US No.1 & UK No.7 single 'Mony Mony', plus nine other UK top 40 singles).


Generation X- King Rocker- single, ‘78/Valley of the Dolls, Jan. ‘79
The Psychedelic Furs- We Love You- The Psychedelic Furs, Feb. 80 (Columbia)
The Jam- See-Saw- flip of “The Eton Rifles,†Nov. ‘79
The Easybeats- See-Saw- Falling Off the Edge of the World, Oct. ‘68

BREAK VT 9
British Arrest sheet from this weekend in
2002, Oasis singer Liam Gallagher was arrested and charged with assault after he Kung-Fu kicked a police officer. The incident happened at the Bayerischer hotel in Munich, the singer lost his two front teeth in the brawl and an Oasis minder was knocked out cold
////
2005, Babyshambles singer Pete Doherty was arrested on suspicion of possessing class A drugs after he was stopped by police while driving his car in Ealing, west London. Police had stopped the vehicle because it was being driven "in an erratic manner" and recovered "substances" fom the scene.


The Libertines – Time For Hero’s - Up the Bracket
Beady Eye- Face The Crowd - BE
The Clash- Jail Guitar Doors- flip of “Clash City Rockers,†Feb. ‘78
Thurman – Loaded – Lux
The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger – Costello Music

CLOSER

John Lennon – Instant Karma – Single
The Small Faces – Lazy Sunday
 

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John Lennon’s Jukebox and More…In 1965 John Lennon bought a Swiss KB Discomatic portable jukebox. It was a suitcase-sized thing and you could fill it with 40 of your own 7†singles. John loaded it up with 40 of his favorite rock’n’roll 45s and took it with him on tour. In 1989, the jukebox was sold for 2,500 pounds ($4,907) at a Christie’s auction. What kind of music was he listening to in 1965? How did it influence his writing? How did it influence the Beatles' sound?

You will find out, as we’ll be spinning a good majority of John ‘s Jukebox favorites circa 1965 along with:
Songs by the Beatles sung by John.
Songs by other Beatles about John.
Songs written by John and sung by other Beatles.
Songs about John sung by non-Beatles.
Songs produced by John
Songs written by John covered by others
And… John singing Beatles songs without the other Beatles!

Followed by Andrew Loog Oldham (very British) - Repeat broadcast 12–midnight eastern!
And available on Sirius/XM ON DEMAND!
 

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British Invasion Playlist Dec. 8th 2013
John Lennon’s Jukebox and More…


In 1965 John Lennon bought a Swiss KB Discomatic portable jukebox. It was a suitcase-sized thing and you could fill it with 40 of your own 7†singles. John loaded it up with 40 of his favorite rock’n’roll 45s and took it with him on tour. In 1989, the jukebox was sold for 2,500 pounds ($4,907) at a Christie’s auction. What kind of music was he listening to in 1965? How did it influence his writing? How did it influence the Beatles' sound?

You will find out, as we’ll be spinning a good majority of John's Jukebox favorites circa 1965 along with:
> Songs by the Beatles sung by John.
> Songs by other Beatles about John.
> Songs written by John and sung by other Beatles.
> Songs about John sung by non-Beatles.
> Songs produced by John
> Songs written by John covered by others
> And… John singing Beatles songs without the other Beatles!


OPEN
The Beatles – Ain’t She Sweet - 1961
Little Richard- Ooh! My Soul- single, ‘58/Little Richard, ‘58
Gary U.S. Bonds- Quarter To Three- single, May ’61 (went to #1)/Dance 'Til Quarter To Three With U.S. Bonds, ‘61
Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas- Do You Want to Know a Secret?- single, Apr. ‘63

BREAK VT1
John Lennon – You Can’t Catch Me – Rock ‘n’ Roll (Apple) 1975
Chuck Berry- No Particular Place To Go- single, May ‘64/St. Louis to Liverpool, Nov. ‘64
The Pretenders- Not A Second Time- Pirate Radio (Sire Records) 1990
Todd Rundgren- Rain- Faithful 1976
Harry Nilsson – Subterranean Homesick Blues – Pussy Cats
Bob Dylan- From A Buick 6- flip of “Positively 4th Street,†Sept. ‘65

BREAK VT2
The Beatles – A Hard Days Night – AHDN
DC5 – Catch Us If You Can -
The Dammed - HELP!
The Rutles – OUCH!

BREAK VT3
Paul Revere And The Raiders- Steppin' Out- single, ‘65/Just Like Us!, Jan. ‘65*
Little Richard & His Band- Slippin' And Slidin'-single, Mar. ‘56/Here’s Little Richard, Mar. ‘57
John Lennon – Ready Teddy/Rip It Up – 1973 (EMI) Anthology
Nancy Sinatra- Day Tripper- Boots, March ‘66
Arthur Alexander- You Better Move On- single, ‘62

BREAK VT4
The Isley Brothers- Twist & Shout- single, Jun. ‘62* (25)
Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas- Bad to Me
The Jam- And Your Bird Can Sing (Demo) - 1979 Extras (Polydor)
Teenage Fanclub- The Ballad Of John And Yoko- Uncut: - A Tribute To John Lennon 1990
Ringo Starr – I’m The Greatest – Ringo 1973

BREAK VT5
The Beatles – All You Need Is Love
Rolling Stones – We Love You
The Dirty Mac – Yer Blues / EC JL KR MM
Beady Eye – The Beatles & The Stones
Mick Jagger – Too Many Cooks - 1973

BREAK VT6
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps- Be Bop A Lula- single, ‘56
Larry Williams- She Said Yeah- flip of “Bad Boy,†‘59
Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - I’ll Call Your Name-
Paul McCartney – All Shook Up – Run Devil Run
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps- Woman Love- flip of “Be Bop A Lula,†‘56

BREAK VT7
Elton John – I Saw Here Standing There into Whatever Gets You Through The Night
John Lennon – Instant Karma (We All Shine On) – (Apple) - Single Feb. 1970
Oasis – I’m Outta Time
The Kinks – Killers Eyes - Give The People...
Beady Eye – Across The Universe -Single

BREAK VT8
John hangin` out for the mix of this one NYC `74-
The Raspberries - Overnight Sensation - Starting Over
The Raspberries- Play On- Starting Over (Capitol) 1974

BREAK VT9
John in the studio next tour doin` the Mind Games LP when this was recorded in the next studio over…again John around for the session! One of his faves…
Slade - Merry Xmas Everybody – Single 1973
John & Yoko’s Happy Xmas (War Is Over) – Single US `71 – UK `72

BREAK VT10
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles- The Tracks Of My Tears- single, Jun. ‘65/Going to a Go-Go, Nov. ‘65
Derek Martin- Daddy Rolling Stone- single, ’63 Crackerjack Records
Bob Dylan- Positively 4th Street- single, Sept. ‘65
The Beatles – Norwegian Wood - Rubber Soul

BREAK VT11
George Harrison- All Those Years Ago- single, June ‘81
John Lennon – GOD - Plastic Ono Band - 1970

CLOSE
Paul’s - Here Today – Tug Of War 1982 Columbia
 

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On this weeks Dec. 15th show we will tell you where John Lennon was today in 1969, celebrate the births of Dave Clark, & Alan Freed, visit the UK charts this weekend in 1966, feature a set of music recorded during the brief marriage of T. Rex & Ringo Starr and play all the Rolling Stones songs written by Bill Wyman!
 

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British Invasion Playlist Dec. 15th

OPEN
David Bowie- London Boys- flip of “Rubber Band,†Dec. ‘66
The Kinks- Wonderboy- UK single, Apr. ‘68
The Jam- Boy About Town- Sound Affects, Nov. ‘80
The Who– I’m A Boy- UK single, Aug. ’66
The Rolling Stones- I’d Much Rather Be with the Boys- Metamorphosis, June ’75

BREAK- VT 1 (quick no bed music)
To be fair…we’ve covered most of us….here a set 4 Girls

Herman's Hermits- Jezebel- There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World, Feb. ‘67
The Kaiser Chiefs- Ruby- single, Feb. ‘07/Yours Truly, Angry Mob, Feb. ‘07
The Fratellis- Henrietta- single, Jun. ‘06/Costello Music, Sept. ‘06
The Strypes- Blue Collar Jane- debut single, Mar. ‘13
Sandie Shaw- Girl Don’t Come- single, ’64 /10

BREAK- VT 2
Today Dec. 15- 1969, John Lennon played what would be his final ever gig in the UK when he appeared at The Lyceum Ballroom, London, with the Plastic Ono Band in a UNICEF 'Peace For Christmas' benefit. George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Delaney and Bonnie, Billy Preston and The Who's drummer, Keith Moon also took part.

John Lennon- Give Peace A Chance- Live Peace in Toronto 1969, Dec. ‘69
Thunderclap Newman- Something in the Air- single, May ‘69/Hollywood Dream, Oct. ‘70
The Beatles (with Billy Preston)- Get Back- single, Apr. ‘69/Let it Be, May ‘70
Badfinger- Come and Get It- UK single, Dec. ‘69/Magic Christian Music, Jan. ’70 in UK
Jethro Tull – Back To The Family – Stand Up #1 British charts 1969!

BREAK- VT 3
1942, Born on this day in Tottenham, North London, Dave Clark of the Dave Clark Five, he is an English musician, songwriter and record producer. He was the leader and drummer of the 1960s beat group The Dave Clark Five, the first big British Invasion band to follow The Beatles to America in 1964.

(1964 UK No.1 single 'Glad All Over', 1965 US No.1 single 'Over And Over', plus over 15 other UK Top 40 singles).
The Dave Clark Five- Glad All Over- single, Nov. ‘63
The Dave Clark Five- Bits & Pieces- single, Feb. ‘64
The Dave Clark Five- Do You Love Me?- single, Oct. ‘63
The Dave Clark Five- Best Day’s Work- flip of “If Somebody Loves You,†July ‘69

BREAK- VT 4
Also 1922, Born on this day, Alan Freed, American DJ. The man who gave 'Rock 'n' Roll' its name. Died 20th January 1965.

*Ian Hunter- Cleveland Rocks- You're Never Alone with a Schizophrenic, Mar. ‘79
Cheap Trick- On the Radio- Heaven Tonight, May ‘78
Elvis Costello- Radio, Radio- single, Oct. ‘78/This Year’s Model, Mar. ‘78 (U.S.), non-album single (UK)
The Clash- Capital Radio One- Capital Radio E.P., Apr. ‘77
Mott the Hoople- The Golden Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll- single, Feb. ‘74/The Hoople, Mar. ‘74

BREAK- VT 5
1966 UK Charts- week of Dec. 17

The Small Faces- My Mind’s Eye
(This Week #4, Last Week #4)

The Easybeats- Friday on My Mind
(This Week #6, Last Week #9)

The Kinks- Dead End Street
(This Week #7, Last Week #11)

The Spencer Davis Group- Gimme Some Lovin’
(This Week #8, Last Week #5)

Donovan- Sunshine Superman
(This Week #13, Last Week #31)

The Hollies- Stop! Stop! Stop!
(This Week #26, Last Week #19)

The Troggs – I Can’t Control Myself -
This week #35 down from #25

BREAK- VT 6
December 16th: On this day- 1965, Released as a double A side The Beatles 'Day Tripper / We Can Work It Out', became their ninth UK No.1 and their third Christmas chart topper in a row. The single was a US No.1 in January 1966.

The Beatles - We Can Work It Out- single, Dec. ‘65
The Beatles- Day Tripper – single

BREAK- VT 7
Speaking of….. Yesterday Dec. 14th 1972, 'Born To Boogie' the Ringo Starr directed movie premiered in London. The film was based around a concert at Wembley Empire Pool, London, England starring Ringo Starr, Marc Bolan and T. Rex and was released on The Beatles' Apple Films label.

T. Rex- Chariot Choogle- The Slider, July ‘72
Ringo Starr- Back off Boogaloo- single, Mar. ‘72
T. Rex- Rock On- The Slider, July ‘72
Ringo Starr- Have You Seen My Baby?- Ringo, Nov. ‘73

BREAK- VT 8
Yesterday Dec. 14th 1962, Bill Wyman made his live debut with The Rollin' Stones at the Ricky Tick Club, Star and Garter Hotel in Windsor, England. The group were know as The Rollin' Stones during this period.

The Rolling Stones- Come On- debut single, Jun. ‘6 Single credited to Bill Wyman (not Rolling Stones) - In Another Land- Their Satanic Majesties Request, Dec. ‘67
The Rolling Stones- Downtown Suzie- Metamorphosis, Jun.’75 /40
The Rolling Stones- 19th Nervous Breakdown- single, Feb. ‘66

BREAK- VT 9
And speaking of…. Rolling Stones… This weekend in 1967, The Rolling Stones announced that Marianne Faithfull was the first signing to their 'Mother Earth' label which was supposed to be distributed by Decca…never happened…here’s Marianne kickin` of a chicks set…

Marianne Faithfull- I’m a Loser- Marianne Faithfull, Apr. ‘65
Suzi Chunk- No Stone Unturned- Girl From the Neck Down, Sept. ‘12
Sandie Shaw- Love Me Do- Reviewing the Situation, ‘69
Ivy – 15 Seconds – Realistic – Seed 1995

BREAK- VT 10
Today 1990, Rod Stewart married New Zealand model Rachel Hunter in Beverly Hills. Stewart was quoted as saying 'I Found the Girl that I Want, I won't be putting my banana in anybody's fruit bowl from now on'. They split in 1999.

Rod Stewart- It's All Over Now- Gasoline Alley (Mercury) Sept. ’70 in UK
Them- It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue- Them Again, Jan. ’66 in UK
The Moody Blues- Go Now- single, Nov. ’64/The Magnificent Moodies, July ‘65

BREAK- VT 11
BEST NEW 2013!

The Strypes- Hometown Girls- single, May ‘13
Miles Kane – Your’ Gonna Get It – Don’t Forget Who You Are - 2013 Columbia
Beady Eye- I’m Just Saying- BE, Jun. ‘13
The Strypes- What a Shame- single, July ‘13

CLOSE

The Small Faces- Lazy Sunday
 

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Chris Carter's British Invasion Radio Show
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Not only will we be spinning some classic and (not so classic) holiday favorites from Brits’s like; John, Paul, George & Ringo, Slade, Wizard, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Marc Bolan, and The Kinks, you’ll also get to hear holiday novelty fun like “Ringo Bell’s†by The Three Blond Mice and Becky Lee Beck’s “I Want A Beatle For Christmasâ€
(not to be confused with Dora Bryan‘s “All I Want Is A Beatle For Christmas†which you will also hear!)


PLUS… for those of you who don’t care about the holiday’s we’ll have a year end round up of our favorite British albums of 2013….
Ho Ho and Ho

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Sirius/Xm Ch. 21 – Little Steven's Underground Garage
It’s The British Invasion A to Z (in order!)


From The Action to The Zombies (with 24 bands/artists in-between).
Over & over again.

A three-hour combo of everything from hit singles to obscure gems from various British Invasions presented in a proper an orderly fashion via the alphabet.