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Welcome to episode 61 of Where The Action Is and our regular mix of the weird and the wonderful from the late 50s through to the early 70s, including mod, soul (northern and southern), beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds, as well as our regular features.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), two Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track from the former state of Yugoslavia and Two of a Kind from The Electric Prunes. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in the Death Disco spot and we heard a couple fo blue songs in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We did the hully gully in the Land of 1000 Dances and Strawberry Whiplash appeared in our Under The Influence slot. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a band with Scottish connections in to the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more great songs from the wonderful back catalogue of singer-songwriter-producer John Carter in our Get Carter feature.

Where The Action Is #61 - Thu 23 Oct 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. Curtis Mayfield – Move On Up (Buddah 1971)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. Keith Allison – Action Action Action (Columbia 1966)
4. The Feminine Complex – I Won’t Run (Athena 1968)
5. The Creation – Making Time (Planet 1966)
6. Pete Kelly’s Soulution – If Your Love Don’t Swing (Decca 1968)
7. First Crew to the Moon – The Sun Lights Up The Shadow of Your Mind (Roulette 1967) (Connect 3)
8. The Moon – Mothers and Fathers (Imperial 1968) (Connect 3)
9. Moorpark* Intersection – I Think I’ll Just Go and Buy Me a Flower (Capitol 1968) (Connect 3)
10. Barbara Ruskin – Life’s Too Good To Waste (Unissued 1966)
11. The Association – Your Own Love (Valiant 1966)
12. Ellie Greenwich – Nothing Went Right (demo) (Unissued 1962) (Birthday: Ellie Greenwich 23/10/39)
13. The Dixie Cups – People Say (Red Bird 1964) (Birthday: Barbara Hawkins 16/10/43)
14. The Great Scots – I Ain’t No Miracle Worker (Unissued 1966)
15. The Angeliques – You’re Too Easy To Love (President 1968)
16. The Boys Blue – Take a Heart (HMV 1965) (Double Rubble)
17. The Poets – I Am So Blue (Decca 1965) (Double Rubble)
18. Liz Damon’s Orient Express – 1900 Yesterday (Makaha 1969)
19. Barry Gray and His Spacemakers – Zero G (Melodisc 1964) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. Diana Dors – So Little Time (Fontana 1964)
21. The Olympics – (Baby) Hully Gully (Arvee 1959) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Mama Cass – Easy Come, Easy Go (Dunhill 1969)
23. Roboti – Mramor Kamen I željezo (Jugoton 1966) (Foreign Language)
24. Beverly Warren – Let Me Get Close To You (Rust 1965)
25. The Glass Menagerie – Frederick Jordan (Pye 1968) (Death Disco)
26. The In Crowd – Things She Says (Parlophone 1965)
27. The Charmers – Sweet Talk (Laurie 1963)
28. Strawberry Whiplash – Picture Perfect (Matinee 2012) (Under The Influence)
29. Yellow Balloon – Yellow Balloon (Canterbury 1967) (Connect 3)
30. Five Man Electrical Band – Five Man Electrical Band (Capitol 1969) (Connect 3)
31. October Country – October Country (Epic 1967) (Connect 3)
32. Frank Ifield – Whiplash (Unknown 1958)
33. The Electric Prunes – Are You Lovin’ Me more (But Enjoyin’ It Less) (Reprise 1967) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Electric Prunes – Train For Tomorrow (Reprise 1967) (Two of a Kind)
35. The Score – Beg Me (Decca 1966)
36. Buddy Morrow and Orchestra – Perry Mason Theme (RCA Victor 1959) (Wordless Wonder 2)
37. The Luvd Ones – I’m Feeling Fine (White Oak 1966)
38. The Blues Council – Baby Don’t Look Down (Parlophone 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
39. The Blues Council – What Will I Do? (Parlophone 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
40. Beryl Marsden – What’s She Got (That I Ain’t Got) (Columbia 1966)
41. Duffy Power – If I Get Lucky Some Day (Parlophone 1963)
42. Dave Berry – Everybody Tries (Decca 1964) (Get Carter)
43. The Who – I Can See For Miles (Track 1967)
44. The Flowerpot Men – Hello Hello Hello (demo) (Unissued 1968) (Get Carter)**
45. Elvis Presley – Runaway (RCA Victor 1970)
46. Paul Revere and the Raiders – The Great Airplane Strike (Columbia 1966)
47. The Union Gap featuring Gary Puckett – Young Girl (CBS 1968) (Connect 3)
48. The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Decca 1968) (Connect 3)
49. The Equals – Baby Come Back (President 1968) (Connect 3)
50. The Tribe – I’m Leaving (Planet 1966)
51. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (show theme)

* I realised too late that the band were called Moorpark and not Moonpark – Oops!
** Played out of order due to a cock-up on my part. Double oops!!

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it you can click on the link above – between the introduction and the playlist – and that will take you to the show on Mixcloud. as well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. I really do appreciate them. Feel free to spread the word about the show by sharing on Facebook or retweeting on Twitter (@jocknroll).

Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”). If you have any suggestions for any of the features, particularly the Connect 3 competitions, then don’t hesitate to private message me through the show’s Facebook page.

Laz took the first two Connect 3s of the show but Ally won a magnificent third for which he won TWO points because he was able to name the third record in the sequence. The answers were: (1) All the bands have Moon in their title (*see above), (2) Eponymous singles and (3) Consecutive UK number 1s in 1968. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 48.5 points
2nd John Murray 14.5 points
3rd Ally Gourlay6.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th Kirsty Johnston 1.5 point
7th Martyn Rollo 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week when I’ll be presenting a Hallowe’en special.

Welcome to episode 60 of Where The Action Is and another musical stew of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds from the late 50s through to the early 70s.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), two Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track from Spain and Two of a Kind from The Hollies. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in the Death Disco spot and we heard some little bits in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We did the freeze in the Land of 1000 Dances and DT6 featuring Paul Mills appeared in our Under The Influence slot. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a band with Scottish connections in to the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more amazing tracks from the never ending back catalogue of John Carter in our Get Carter feature. We managed to squeeze in our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #60 - Thu 16 Oct 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Lovin’ Spoonful – She Is Still a Mystery (Kama Sutra 1967)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Yardbirds – You’re a Better Man Than I (Epic 1965)
4. The Marvelettes – I’ll Keep Holding In (Tamla 1965)
5. The Creation – Life Is Just Beginning (Polydor 1967)
6. Gladys Knight and the Pips – Take Me In Your Arms and Love Me (Motown 1967)
7. Tim Wilde – Popcorn Double Feature (Tower 1967) (Connect 3)
8. The Kinks – People Take Pictures of Each Other (Pye 1968) (Connect 3)
9. Jackie DeShannon – Just Like in the Movies (Liberty 1962) (Connect 3)
10. The Electric Flag, An American Band – Over-Lovin’ You (Columbia 1967)
11. The Cowsills – The Rain, The Park and Other Things (MGM 1967)
12. Grateful Dead – The Golden Road (To Umlimited Devotion) (Warner Bros 1967) (Birthday: Bob Weir 16/10/44)
13. Nico – I’m Not Saying (Immediate 1965) (Birthday: Nico 16/10/38)
14. Episode Six – Put Yourself In My Place (Pye 1965)
15. Hipster Image – Make Her Mine (Decca 1965)
16. The Act – Just a Little Bit (Columbia 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. Our Plastic Dream – A Little Bit of Shangri-la (Go 1967) (Double Rubble)
18. The Freshmen – Look at the Sunshine (Pye 1968)
19. The Checkmates – Caravan (Pye 1961) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Answers – Just a Fear (Columbia 1966)
21. Tony and Joe – The Freeze (Era 1958) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. The Bystanders – Royal Blue Summer Sunshine Day (Piccadilly 1967)
23. Ellas – Llovio (CEM 1968) (Foreign Language)
24. Words of Luv – I’d Have To Be Outta My Mind (Hickory 1966)
25. The Cheers – Chicken (Capitol 1956) (Death Disco)
26. Barry Mann – Teenage Has Been (ABC-Paramount 1962)
27. The Tremeloes – I’m With You All The Way (CBS 1967)
28. DT6 featuring Paul Mills – You Gotta Be The Change (Button Up 2014) (Under The Influence)
29. October Country – Painted Sky (Epic 1968) (Connect 3)
30. The Isley Brothers – Behind a Painted Smile (Tamla 1967) (Connect 3)
31. The Creation – Painter Man (Planet 1966) (Connect 3)
32. Sands – River Deep Mountain High (Unreleased 1967)
33. The Hollies – Little Lover (EMI 1963) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Hollies – Honey and Wine (EMI 1965) (Two of a Kind)
35. The Cheynes – Respectable (Columbia 1963)
36. Outer Limits – Just One More Chance (Deram 1967)
37. Stained Glass – Lady in Lace (Capitol 1968)
38. The Small Faces – Grow Your Own (Decca 1966) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. The Graham Bond Organisation – Little Girl (Decca 1964)
40. Simon Dupree and the Big Sound – I See The Light (Parlophone 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. Simon Dupree and the Big Sound – Kites (Parlophone 1967) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. The Lively Set – Let The Trumpets Sound (Capitol 1966)
43. The Attack – We Don’t Know (Decca 1967)
44. Gerry Beckles – Come Back Running (Oriole 1961) (Get Carter)
45. The Flowerpot Men – The Cake of Cooks and Kindness (Unreleased 1967) (Get Carter)
46. The Association – Time For Livin’ (Warner Bros 1968)
47. Chris Farlowe – Air Travel (Decca 1962)
48. The Profile – Haven’t You Got Better Things To Do (Mercury 1965)
49. The Chi-lites – Stoned Out Of My Mind (Brunswick 1973) (Connect 3)
50. Avant-Garde – Naturally Stoned (Columbia 1968) (Connect 3)
51. Chuck Jackson/Maxine Brown – Let’s Go Get Stoned (Scepter/Wand 1966) (Connect 3)
52. Art Freeman – Slippin’ Around (Atlantic 1966) (Soul O’Clock)
53. Sam Baker – Hold Back Girl (Sound Stage 7 1969) (Soul O’Clock)
54. The Poets – That’s The Way It’s Got To Be (Decca 1965)
55. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (show theme)

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it you can click on the link above – between the introduction and the playlist – and that will take you to the show on Mixcloud. as well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. I really do appreciate them. Feel free to spread the word about the show by sharing on Facebook or retweeting on Twitter (@jocknroll).

Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”). If you have any suggestions for any of the features, particularly the Connect 3 competitions, then don’t hesitate to private message me through the show’s Facebook page.

It was a clean sweep for Laz as he extends his lead even further with his first hat-trick since June. The answers were: (1) Cinema, (2) Painting and (3) Stoned. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 45.5 points
2nd John Murray 14.5 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th Kirsty Johnston 1.5 point
7th Martyn Rollo 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week.

Welcome to episode 59 of Where The Action Is and our musical pick ‘n’ mix of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds from the late 50s through to the early 70s.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), three Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track from France and Two of a Kind from Lesley Gore. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in the Death Disco spot and it was all the Man in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We did the loop de loop in the Land of 1000 Dances and The Darling Buds appear in our Under The Influence slot. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted another Scottish group in to the Jocknroll Hall of Fame slot last week and we heard two more amazing tracks from the never ending back catalogue of John Carter in our Get Carter feature. We even had time for our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #59 - Thu 9 Oct 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Association – Along Comes Mary (Valiant 1966)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Mamas and the Papas – I Saw Her Again (Dunhill 1966)
4. Eddie Holland – Leaving Here (Motown 1963)
5. The Chocolate Watchband – Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love-In) (Tower 1967)
6. Paul Revere and the Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay – Hungry (Columbia 1966)
7. The Masterminds – Taken My Love (Immediate 1965) (Connect 3)
8. Eddie Fisher – The Chase (Ramrod 1960) (Connect 3)
9. Nick Garrie – Wheel of Fortune (AZ Disc 1969) (Connect 3)
10. The Luv’d Ones – I’m Leaving You (Dunwich 1966)
11. Spanky and Our Gang – Lazy Day (Mercury 1967)
12. The Who – Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Brunswick 1965) (Birthday: John Entwistle 9/10/44)
13. The Applejacks – Baby’s in Black (Decca 1965) (Birthday: Phil Cash 9/10/47 and John Lennon 9/10/40)
14. Sonny Curtis – A Beatle I Want To Be (Dimension 1964)
15. Screaming Lord Sutch – The Train Kept A Rollin’ (CBS 1965)
16. Timebox – Gone is the Sad Man (Deram 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. Noah’s Ark – Paper Man (Decca 1967) (Double Rubble)
18. The Bulldogs – John, Paul, George and Ringo (Mercury 1964)
19. Travis Wammack – Scratchy (ARA 1964) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Shadows of Knight – I’m Gonna Make You Mine (Dunwich 1966)
21. Johnny Thunder – Loop De Loop (Diamond 1962) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Forum – The River is Wide (Mira 1966)
23. France Gall – Made in France (Philips 1967) (Foreign Language)
24. Phase 4 – Think I’ll Sit Down and Cry (I’m Gonna Sit Right Down) (Decca 1966)
25. Bill Hayes – Message From James Dean (Danger Danger Danger) (Cadence 1956) (Death Disco)
26. Mercy – Love (Can Make You Happy) (Sundi 1969)
27. The Fondettes – The Beatles Are in Town (Arhoolie 1964)
28. Darling Buds – Uptight (Epic 1988) (Under The Influence)
29. The Doors – Love Me Two Times (Elektra 1967) (Connect 3)
30. The Velvet Underground – Run Run Run (MGM 1973) (Connect 3)
31. Soft Machine – Love Makes Sweet Music (Polydor 1967) (Connect 3)
32. The Wards of Court – How Could You Say One Thing (Deram 1967)
33. Lesley Gore – Sometimes I Wish I Were a Boy (Mercury 1964) (Two of a Kind)
34. Lesley Gore – Brink of Disaster (Mercury 1967) (Two of a Kind)
35. Darwin’s Theory – Hosanna (Major Minor 1966)
36. The Twiliters – My Beatle Haircut (Roulette 1964)
37. The Free Design – Make The Madness Stop (Project 3 1968)
38. The Tornados – Robot (Decca 1963) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. Jesse Lee Kincaid – Masquerade (Capitol 1966)
40. The Echo-Sounds – Bull Moose (Popular 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. The Echo-Sounds – You Must Be Joking (Popular 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. The Carefrees – We Love The Beatles (Oriole 1964)
43. The Primitives – You Said (Pye 1965)
44. Jet Harris – Big Bad Bass (Decca 1964) (Get Carter)
45. Grisby Dyke – The Adventures of Miss Rosemary LaPage (Deram 1969) (Get Carter)
46. The Ronettes – Baby I Love You (Philles 1963)
47. The Four Preps – A Letter To The Beatles (Capitol 1964)
48. Johnny Sandon and the Remo Four – Lies (Pye 1963) (Connect 3)
49
. Chris Curtis – Aggravation (Pye 1966) (Connect 3)
50. Tony Jackson and the Vibrations – Stage Door (Pye 1965) (Connect 3)
51. Barbara Lynn – Take Your Love and Run (Atlantic 1971) (Soul O’Clock)
52. Ann Sexton – You’re Gonna Miss Me (Sound Stage 7 1973) (Soul O’Clock)
53. John Lennon – How Do You Sleep? (Unissued 1971)

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it you can click on the link above – between the introduction and the playlist – and that will take you to the show on Mixcloud. as well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. I really do appreciate them. Feel free to spread the word about the show by sharing on Facebook or retweeting on Twitter (@jocknroll).

Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”). If you have any suggestions for any of the features, particularly the Connect 3 competitions, then don’t hesitate to private message me through the show’s Facebook page.

Laz picked up the first point of the nigt and then shared the next point with Mrs Cat as they both got the answer within a nano-second of each and of me giving the answer. Nobody got the last connection. The answers were: (1) Quiz Shows, (2) Bands whose name was influenced by literature and (3) Ex-members of The Searchers. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 42.5 points
2nd John Murray 14.5 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th Kirsty Johnston 1.5 point
7th Martyn Rollo 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week.

Welcome to episode 58 of Where The Action Is and our usual mixed bag of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds from the late 50s through to the early 70s.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), two Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track fromFrance and Two of a Kind from 70s power popsters The Raspberries. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in the Death Disco spot and a couple of dance-themed tracks from the Rubble series of albums in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We did the watusi in the Land of 1000 Dances and Snowgoose appear in our Under The Influence slot. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a band from Penilee in Glasgow in to the Jocknroll Hall of Fame slot last week and we heard two more amazing tracks from the never ending back catalogue of John Carter in our Get Carter feature. We even had time for our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #58 - Thu 2 Oct 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. October Country – October Country (Epic 1967)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. This Side Up – Book a Trip (Capitol 1968)
4. Steve Hammond – I Think We’re Alone Now (Pye 1967)
5. The Crystals – He’s a Rebel (Philles 1962)
6. The Friends of Distinction – Grazin’ in the Grass (RCA Victor 1962)
7. The Beatles – Hello, Goodbye (Parlophone 1967) (Connect 3)
8. The Young Rascals – Good Lovin’ (Atlantic 1966) (Connect 3)
9. The Mamas and the Papas – Monday Monday (Dunhill 1966) (Connect 3)
10. The Ferris Wheel – You Keep Me Hanging On (Pye 1967)
11. The Eccentrics – What You Got (Pye 1965)
12. The Electric Flag – See To Your Neighbor (Columbia 1968) (Birthday: Nick Gravenites 2/10/38)
13. The Diamonds – The Stroll (Mercury 1957) (Birthday: Dave Somerville 2/10/33)
14. The Shanes – Chris Craft No 9 (Sundkvist 1967)
15. Hermans Hermits – A Must To Avoid (Columbia 1965)
16. The Carnaby – Jump and Dance (Piccadilly 1965) (Double Rubble)
17. Acid Gallery – Dance ‘Round The Maypole (CBS 1969) (Double Rubble)
18. Sunshine Company – Back On The Street Again (Imperial 1967)
19. Dennis Newey – Checkpoint (Philips 1961) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Creation – Try and Stop Me (Planet 1966)
21. The Vibrations – The Watusi (Checker 1960) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. The Kinks – Sunny Afternoon (Pye 1966)
23. Delphine – La Fermeture- Éclair (Decca 1967) (Foreign Language)
24. Amen Corner – Expressway To Your Heart (Deram 1968)
25. The Four Freshmen – Their Hearts Were Full of Spring (Capitol 1961) (Death Disco)
26. The Tremeloes – Instant Whip (CBS 1969)
27. The Others – Air-O-Plane Ride (Pye 1970)
28. Snowgoose – Harmony Springs (Open Hearth 2012) (Under The Influence)
29. Nick Garrie – Cambridge Town (demo) (Unissued 1968) (Connect 3)
30. Oxford Circle – Foolish Woman (World United 1966) (Connect 3)
31. The Ivy League – Tossing and Turning (Piccadilly 1965) (Connect 3)
32. The Habits – Elbow Baby (Decca 1966)
33. The Raspberries – Come Around and See Me (Capitol 1972) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Raspberries – If You Change Your Mind (Capitol 1972) (Two of a Kind)
35. The Who – Joker James (demo) (Unissued 1973)
36. Neon Philharmonic – Morning Girl (Warner Bros 1969)
37. Dennis Newey – Title Unknown (Philips 1961) (Wordless Wonder 2)
38. The Mockingbirds – Lovingly Yours (Decca 1966)
39. The Stoics – Earth, Fire, Air and Water (RCA 1968) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
40. The Stoics – Search For The Sea (RCA 1968) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. The Beach Boys – Darlin’ (Capitol 1967)
42. Sidewalk Skipper Band – Sidewalk Skipper Song (Teen Town 1968)
43. Carlew Choir – Give a Hand To The Clown (Spark 1969) (Get Carter)
44. Ohio Express – Cowboy Convention (Buddah 1970) (Get Carter)
45. The Plebs – Baby, I’m Gonna Leave You (Decca 1964)
46. The Sands of Time – Where Did We Go Wrong (Pye 1966)
47. Bobby Vee and the Strangers – Look At Me Girl (Liberty 1966)
48. The Association – One Too Many Mornings (Valiant 1965) (Connect 3)
49. Carol Connors – He Belongs To Me (Unissued 1966) (Connect 3)
50. Cher – I Want You (Imperial 1966) (Connect 3)
51. Ron Holden – I’ll Forgive and Forget (Challenge 1967) (Soul O’Clock)
52. Allen Orange – VC Blues (Sound Stage 7 1966) (Soul O’Clock)
53. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (show theme)

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it you can click on the link above – between the introduction and the playlist – and that will take you to the show on Mixcloud. as well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. I really do appreciate them. Feel free to spread the word about the show by sharing on Facebook or retweeting on Twitter (@jocknroll).

Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”). If you have any suggestions for any of the features, particularly the Connect 3 competitions, then don’t hesitate to private message me through the show’s Facebook page.

Three more competitive Connect 3s this week with John Murray and Laz sharing the first point before Laz got the second and third ones to himself. The answers were: (1) False Endings, (2) Universities and (3) Bob Dylan covers. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 42 points
2nd John Murray 14.5 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
6th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week.

 

Welcome to episode 57 of Where The Action Is and our usual bite-sized tapas of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds from the late 50s through to the early 70s.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), two Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track from an Italian girl singing in Spanish and Two of a Kind from the wonderfully-named The Gnomes of Zurich. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in the Death Disco spot and a couple of love-themed tracks from the Rubble series of albums in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We twisted away in the Land of 1000 Dances and Camera Obscura are our Under The Influence selection. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a band whose later incarnation appear in the Jocknroll Hall of Fame slot last week and we heard two more amazing tracks from the never ending back catalogue of John Carter in our Get Carter feature. We even had time for our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #57 - Thu 25 Sep 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Searchers – Have You Ever Loved Somebody (Pye 1966)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Monkees – Valleri (Colgems 1968)
4. Timebox – Girl Don’t Make Me Wait (Deram 1968)
5. The Merseybeats – Milkman (Fontana 1964)
6. Badfinger – Baby Blue (Apple 1972)
7. John’s Children – Desdemona (Track 1967) (Connect 3)
8. David Bowie – Prettiest Star (Mercury 1970) (Connect 3)
9. Electric Light Orchestra – Ma-Ma-Ma-Belle (Warner Bros 1974) (Connect 3)
10. Peppermint Rainbow – Don’t Wake Me Up in the Morning, Michael (Decca 1969)
11. The Untamed – I’ll Go Crazy (Stateside 1965)
12. Love – Orange Skies (Elektra 1966) (Birthday: Bryan MacLean 25/9/46)
13. The Association – Pandora’s Golden Heebie Jeebies (Valiant 1966) (Birthday: Gary Jules Alexander 25/9/43)
14. Hedgehoppers Anonymous – It’s Good New Week (Decca 1965)
15. The New Kick – Song The City Sings (Capitol 1969)
16. Bo Street Runners – Love (Columbia 1966) (Double Rubble)
17. State of Micky and Tommy – With Love From 1 to 5 (Mercury 1967) (Double Rubble)
18. The Pink Cloud – Midnight Sun (Tower 1967)
19. The Heavyweights – Shambala (Spark 1969) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Lemon Pipers – Green Tambourine (Buddah 1967)
21. Danny and the Juniors – Twistin’ USA (Swan 1960) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. The Strangers – Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) (Pye 1967)
23. Laura Casale – The More I See You (Sonoplay 1967) (Foreign Language)
24. Cilla Black – The World I Wish For You (Parlophone 1971)
25. Lloyd Price – Stagger Lee (ABC-Paramount 1958) (Death Disco)
26. Marilyn Powell – All My Loving (Fontana 1964)
27. Worrying Kynde – Got The Blame (Piccadilly 1967)
28. Camera Obscura – Honey in the Sun (4AD 2009) (Under The Influence)
29. Geno Washington – She Shot a Hole In My Soul (Piccadilly 1967) (Connect 3)
30. Chuck Wood – Seven Days Too Long (Roulette 1967) (Connect 3)
31. Van Morrison – Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile) (Warner Bros 1972) (Connect 3)
32. The Young Rascals – A Girl Like You (Atlantic 1967)
33. The Gnomes of Zurich – Please Mr Sun (Planet 1966) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Gnomes of Zurich – Second Fiddle (RCA 1967) (Two of a Kind)
35. The Shirelles – Putty (In Your Hands) (Scepter 1962)
36. The Fifth Dimension – Working on a Groovy Thing (Soul City 1969)
37. Scott Walker – Two Ragged Soldiers (Fontana 1969)
38. Big Jim Sullivan – Translove Airways (Fat Angel) (Mercury 1967) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. The Turtles – Let Me Be (White Whale 1965)
40. The Anteeeks – Ball and Chain (Philips 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. The Anteeeks – I Don’t Want You (Philips 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. Tony Knight and the Live Wires – I Feel So Blue (Decca 1964)
43. The Cookies – I Want a Boy For Birthday (Dimension 1963)
44. A. P. Dangerfield – Conversations (In a Station Light Refreshment Bar) (Fontana 1968) (Get Carter)
45. A. P. Dangerfield – Further Conversations (Fontana 1968) (Get Carter)
46. The Mike Cotton Sound – I Don’t Wanna Know (Columbia 1964)
47. The Shangri-las – The Sweet Sounds of Summer (Mercury 1966)
48. The Llan – Realise (CBS 1966)
49. Jan and Dean – You Really Know How To Hurt a Guy (Liberty 1965) (Connect 3)
50. Chad and Jeremy – Too Soon My Love (United Artists 1965) (Connect 3)
51. Simon and Garfunkel – Keep The Customer Satisfied (Columbia 1970) (Connect 3)
52. The Tokens – She Lets Her Hair Down (Early in the Morning) (Buddah 1969)
53. Lillian Dupree – Hide and Seek (D-Town 1965) (Soul O’Clock)
54. The Valentines – Gotta Get Yourself Together (Sound Stage 7 1969) (Soul O’Clock)
55. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (show theme)

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it you can click on the link above – between the introduction and the playlist – and that will take you to the show on Mixcloud. as well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. I really do appreciate them. Feel free to spread the word about the show by SHaring on Fcebook or retweeting on Twitter (@jocknroll).

Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”). If you have any suggestions for any of the features, particularly the Connect 3 competitions, then don’t hesitate to private message me through the show’s Facebook page.

Three more competitive Connect 3s this week with John Murray just pipping Laz to the first one with Laz coming back strongly to take the second and third ones. The answers were: (1) they all feature Marc Bolan on guitar, (2) Dexy’s Midnight Runners and (3) duos. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 39.5 points
2nd John Murray 14 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
6th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week.

 

“*We* are the music makers… and *we* are the dreamers of dreams. “

Welcome to episode 56 of Where The Action Is and this week’s show, on the day of the Independence Referendum, will feature some balanced Yes/No songs as well as our usual grab bag of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds from the late 50s through to the early 70s.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), two Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track from Germany and Two of a Kind from Gene Latter, with and without The Detours. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in the Death Disco spot and a couple of themed track from the Rubble series of albums in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We danced with the Action in the Land of 1000 Dances and The Sea Urchins are our Under The Influence selection. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a band whose later incarnation appear in the Jocknroll Hall of Fame slot last week and we heard two more amazing tracks from the bottomless well of John Carter’s extensive back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. We even had time for our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #56 - Thu 18 Sep 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. Mark Wynter – Vote For Me (Pye 1963)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Staccatos – Catch The Love Parade (Decca 1966)
4. Mama Cass – It’s Getting Better (Dunhill 1966)
5. The Four Seasons – Let’s Hang On (Philips 1965)
6. The Walker Brothers – The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (Philips 1966)
7. Five Man Electrical Band – Black Sheep of the Family (Capitol 1969) (Connect 3)
8. Ray Hoff and the Offbeats – I’m Looking For My Pigs (Clarion 1966) (Connect 3)
9. The Kinks – Milk Cow Blues (Pye 1965) (Connect 3)
10. The Turtles – Can I Get To Know You Better (White Whale 1966)
11. The Ferris Wheel – What is Soul? (Pye 1967)
12. Frankie Avalon/Annette Funicello – Beach Blanket Bingo (? 1965) (Birthday: Frankie Avalon 18/9/39)
13. Sharon Tandy – You’ve Gotta Believe It (Atlantic 1968) (Birthday: Sharon Tandy 18/9/43)
14. The Association – Yes, I Will (Warner Bros 1969)
15. The Beach Boys – Caroline, No (Capitol 1966)
16. The Montanas – A Step in the Right Direction (Pye 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. Sea-ders – Undecidely (Decca 1967) (Double Rubble)
18. The Kinks – Yes Sir, No Sir (Pye 1969)
19. The Heavyweights – Utterly Funky (Spark 1969) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Alan Bown! – Love is a Beautiful Thing (Music Factory 1968)
21. The Action – The Cissy (Unreleased ?) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. The Untamed – Gimme Gimme Some Shade (Planet 1965)
23. Patty Pay – Bilder Und Briefe (Columbia 1967) (Foreign Language)
24. John’s Children – Go-Go Girl (Track 1967)
25. Bob Fryfogle – Six Feet Under (Wedge 1964) (Death Disco)
26. The Hollies – Yes, I Will (alternate) (Parlophone 1964)
27. The Spandells – Say No Girl (Dimension 1964)
28. The Sea Urchins – Pristine Christine (Sarah 1987) (Under The Influence)
29. The Liverpool Scene – Batpoem (RCA Victor 1968) (Connect 3)
30. The Liverpool Echo – Girl Said To Me (Spark 1973) (Connect 3)
31. The Liverpool Five – I Can Only Give You Everything (RCA Victor 1965) (Connect 3)
32. The Monkees – The Girl I Knew Somewhere (Colgems 1967)
33. Gene Latter and the Detours – My Life Ain’t Easy (Spark 1968) (Two of a Kind)
34. Gene Latter – Holding a Dream (Spark 1969) (Two of a Kind)
35. Twinkle – What Am I Doin’ Here With You (Decca 1966)
36. Tommy James – Crystal Blue Persuasion (Roulette 1969)
37. The Underground Set – Arcipelago (Pantonic 1970) (Wordless Wonder 2)
38. Avant-Garde – Naturally Stoned (Columbia 1968)
39. Dean Ford and the Gaylords – He’s a Good Face But He’s Down and Out (Columbia 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
40. Dean Ford and the Gaylords – Mr Heartbreak’s Here Again (Columbia 1964) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. The Lovin’ Spoonful – Jug Band Music (Kama Sutra 1966)
42. Deke Arlon and the Offbeats – Can’t Make Up My Mind (Columbia 1964)
43. Harpers Bizarre – Funny How Love Can Be (Warner Bros 1968) (Get Carter)
44. Starbreaker – The Sound of Summer (Air 1977) (Get Carter)
45. Ian Whitcomb – Groovy Day (Tower 1967)
46. Robert John – If You Don’t Want My Love (Columbia 1968)
46. The Mamas and the Papas – You Baby (Dunhill 1966)
47. Dusty Springfield – Magic Garden (Philips 1968) (Connect 3)
48. Vikki Carr – Tunesmith (Liberty 1967) (Connect 3)
49. Glen Campbell – Where’s The Playground, Susie? (Capitol 1969) (Connect 3)
50. The Fifth Dimension – Another Day, Another Heartache (Soul City 1967)
51. Judy Street – What (Strider 1968) (Soul O’Clock)
52. Knight Brothers – Temptation ‘Bout To Get Me (Checker 1965) (Soul O’Clock)
53. Jan and Dean – (Here They Come) From All Over The World (Liberty 1965)
54. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (show theme)

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it you can click on the link above – between the introduction and the playlist – and that will take you to the show on Mixcloud. as well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. I really do appreciate them. Feel free to spread the word about the show.

Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”). If you have any suggestions for any of the features, particularly the Connect 3 competitions, then don’t hesitate to private message me through the show’s Facebook page.

There were only two Connect 3 competitions this week due to an internal server error during the second one. Laz scooped up the two points that were on offer. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 38.5 points
2nd John Murray 13 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
6th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week.

(* The shows have been re-numbered to include the shows I did on a previous radio station)

Welcome to episode 55 of Where The Action Is and after two special themed shows it’s back to our bread and butter of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl from the late 50s through to the early 70s.

We had three games of Connect 3 (did you get the link between the three tracks?), two Birthday tracks (for stars born on the day of broadcast), a Foreign Language track from Japan and Two of a Kind from Marmalade. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in our Death Disco spot and a couple of glass-themed tracks from the Rubble series of albums in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We went for a walk in the Land of 1000 Dances and TeenCanteen made a welcome return to our Under The Influence spot. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a Scottish folk legend into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard a couple more great tracks from John Carter’s extensive back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. We even had time for our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

1. The Easybeats – I’ll Make You Happy (Just Like Your Mama Wants) (Parlophone 1966)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Rockin’ Berries – The Water Is Over My Head (Piccadilly 1965)
4. Magic Bus – Finders Keepers (CBS 1971)
5. Kris Ife – Give and Take (Music Factory 1968)
6. The Luv’d Ones – Dance Kid Dance (Dunwich 1966)
7. The Tornados – Ice Cream Man (Decca 1963) (Connect 3)
8. The Chiffons – Three Dips of Ice Cream (Laurie 1969) (Connect 3)
9. Kidrock – Ice Cream Man (Young Blood International  1973) (Connect 3)
10. John Lee Hooker – Don’t Be Messing Around With My Bread (Planet 1966)
11. The Gnomes of Zurich – Hang On Baby (CBS 1970)
12. Freddie and the Dreamers – I Want To Go To The Overworld (Starline 1970) (Birthday: Bernie Dwyer 11/9/40)
13. The Buckinghams – You Don’t Care (Columbia 1967) (Birthday: Dennis Tufano 11/9/46)
14. Sheridan – Lightning Never Strikes (Gemini 1970)
15. The Incas – One Nght Stand (Parlophone 1966)
16. The Kinsmen – Glasshouse Green, Splinter Red (Decca 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. The Glass Menagerie – She’s a Rainbow (Decca 1968) (Double Rubble)
18. The Hi-Fis – Mickey’s Monkey (Star Club 1967)
19. Willpower – Soul Finger (Clarion 1969) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Exception – Don’t You Torture Your Mind (President 1969)
21. Jimmy McCracklin – The Walk (Checker 1963) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Joker – Rip Van Winkle (Unreleased 1968)
23. Nana Kinomi and the Neo Beats – Suki Sa Suki Sa Suki Sa (King 1968) (Foreign Language)
24. The Gremlins – High Time Baby (Unreleased 1966)
25. Tony Casanova – The Grave (Crest 1958) (Death Disco)
26. The Turtles – Happy Together (White Whale 1967)
27. Lauel Aitken and the Carols – Sweet Precious Love (Rainbow 1967)
28. TeenCanteen – How We Met (Cherry Pie) (Unreleased 2012) (Under The Influence)
29. Nick Garrie – The Nightmare of J. B. Stanislas (AZ 1969) (Connect 3)
30. Goldie and the Gingerbreads – V.I.P. (Pricewise 1965) (Connect 3)
31. The Beach Boys – Surfin’ USA (Capitol 1963) (Connect 3)
32. Four Fours – Go-Go (Zodiac 1966)
33. Marmalade – Wait a Minute Baby (CBS 1966) (Two of a Kind)
34. Marmalade – Kaleidoscope (Decca 1970) (Two of a Kind)
35. Hayden Wood – The Last One To Know (NEMS 1970)
36. Lyons and Malone – She’s Alright (Jay Boy 1969)
37. The Fabulous Flee-Rekkers – Green Jeans (Triumph 1960) (Wordless Wonder 2)
38. Double Feature – Baby Get Your Head Screwed On (Deram 1967)
39. Bert Jansch – Needle of Death (Transatlantic 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
40. Bert Jansch – Angie (Transatlantic 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. Don and the Goodtimes – I Could Be so Good For You (Epic 1967)
42. Lindsay Muir’s Untamed – Trust Yourself (Planet 1966)
43. The Sceptres – Something’s Coming Along (Spark 1968) (Get Carter)
44. Neil Landon – Waiting Here For Someone (Decca 1966) (Get Carter)
45. The Breakaways – Here She Comes (Pye 1963)
46. The Critters – Younger Girl (Kapp 1966)
47. The Knack – She Ain’t No Good (Decca 1965)
48. The Kinks – Long Tall Shorty (Pye 1964) (Connect 3)
49. The Marvelettes – Beechwood 4-5789 (Tamla 1962) (Connect 3)
50. Wilson Pickett – 634-5789 (Soulsville USA) (Atlantic 1966) (Connect 3)
51. Mal Ryder and the Spirits – Your Friend (Piccadilly 1964)
52. The Cooperettes – Shing-A-Ling (Brunswick 1967) (Soul O’Clock)
53. Eddie Floyd – I’ll Take Her (Stax 1968) (Soul O’Clock)
54. The Koobas – You’d Better Make Up Your Mind (Pye 1966)
55. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (show theme)

Thanks to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed it normally you can click on a linik within this blog but due to a technical issue at the station a copy of last night’s show is unavailable. As well as online and locally on 107FM the station is also now available on the TuneIn radio app. More details here: http://tunein.com/radio/K107-s222700/

A big thanks for all your support and kind comments on the show’s Facebook page. They mean a lot. Seriously, they really do. Don’t forget, if there’s anything you’d like to hear, then by all means get in touch via jocknroll [at] gmail [dot] com or studio [at] k107 [do] co [dot] uk (use the header “Where The Action Is”).

This week’s Connect 3 competitions were keenly fought again this week. Laz once again took the first one of the night with John Murray taking the second and Ally Gourlay taking the third, although he shared the point with Sharon Melville because she lead him to the correct answer. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 35.5 points
2nd John Murray 13 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4.5 points
4th= Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Evan Davies 2 points
6th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
6th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th= Sheila Godfrey 0.5 points
8th= Sharon Melville 0.5 points

You can tune in LIVE every Thursday between 8pm and 11pm (UK time) on K107FM via http://www.k107.co.uk. You can also join in the chat during the show on the “Where The Action Is (Radio Show)” Facebook page. If you’re listening in the USA the show starts at approximately 1200 (PST), 1300 (MST), 1400 (CST) and 1500 (EST). The show starts at 0900 in New Zealand (Hi Lynn!). Requests are always welcome for the show, including the features, and I’ll try and accommodate them all, although it may take a couple of weeks to slot them all in.

That’s it for this week, see you again next week.

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