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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.

Welcome to episode 54* of Where The Action Is and this week’s show was an Occupations special, featuring the usual mix of mod, soul, beat groups, psych pop and girl from the late 50s through to the early 70s but all with a vocational theme.

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 Brazil (first time we’ve been there) and Two of a Kind from Sam Cooke. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in our 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 Beach Boys in the Land of 1000 Dances and everyone’s favourite misery guts, Morrissey, was our choice in our Under The Influence feature. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a band who had to change their name before embarking on any proper singles into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more occupation-themed songs from 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 #54 - Thu 4 Sep 2014 - K107FM (Jobs special) by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Marvelettes – My Baby Must Be a Magician (Tamla 1968)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Other Half – Mr Pharmacist (GNP Crescendo 1966)
4. Tony Jackson and the Vibrations – Fortune Teller (Pye 1965)
5. Kaleidoscope – Mr Small the Watch Repairer Man (Fontana 1967)
6. Jason James – Miss Pilkington’s Maid (CBS 1967)
7. The Rockin’ Vickers – Dandy (CBS 1966) (Connect 3)
8. Michael Bishop – Lost (Euro International 1972) (Connect 3)
9. Dusty Springfield – Son of a Preacher Man (Atlantic 1968) (Connect 3)
10. Twinkle – Radio Station Lady (Unissued 1974)
11. Jackie Lee – Window Cleaner (Unissued 1967)
12. Gladys Knight and the Pips – Operator (Fury 1962) (Birthday: Herald Knight 4/9/42)
13. Quicksilver Messenger Service – Light Your Windows (Capitol 1968) (Birthday: Gary Duncan/Greg Elmore 4/9/46)
14. Ten Feet – Factory Worker (RCA 1966)
15. Barbara Ruskin – Pawnbroker Pawnbroker (President 1968)
16. The Staccatos – Butchers and Bakers (Fontana 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. Tintern Abbey – Vacuum Cleaner (Deram 1967) (Double Rubble)
18. The Mindbenders – Uncle Joe, The Ice Cream Man (Fontana 1968)
19. The Gigolos – Night Creature (Daynite 1960) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Fawns – I’ve Got a Crush on Teacher (Unissued Year Unknown)
21. The Beach Boys – The Baker Man (Unissued 1963) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Paul Korda/Tim Andrews – Waiter, Get Me a Drink (Parlophone 1968)
23. Silvinha – Sabe Meu Amorzinho (Sadie The Cleaning Lady) (Unknown 1968) (Foreign Language)
24. Billy J Kramer – The Town of Toxley Toymaker (Reaction 1967)
25. The Cadets – Car Crash (Jan-Lar/Firefly 1960) (Death Disco)
26. John Bromley – Weatherman (Polydor 1968)
27. Ministry of Sound – White Collar Worker (Decca 1966)
28. Morrissey – Hairdresser on Fire (HMV 1988) (Under The Influence)
29. Ray Singer – I’m The Richest Man Alive (Ember 1965) (Connect 3)
30. West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band – Our Drummer Always Plays in the Nude (Reprise 1968) (Connect 3)
31. Brian – The Girl Who Plays The Bass Guitar (Ronnex 1969) (Connect 3)
32. Tom Jones – Dr. Love (Decca 1966)
33. Sam Cooke – Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day (RCA Victor 1964) (Two of a Kind)
34. Sam Cooke – Chain Gang (RCA Victor 1960) (Two of a Kind)
35. Simon Dupree and the Big Sound – Teacher, Teacher (Parlophone 1967)
36. Cilla Black – Work is a Four Letter Word (Parlophone 1968)
37. Rhubarb Rhubarb – Moneylender (President 1968)
38. The Ravens Rock Group – Career Girl (Pye International 1961) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. The League – Hey Conductor (President 1967)
40. The Pathfinders – Pumpkin Lantern (Unissued 1968) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. George Gallagher and the Pathfinders – Dawn (Unissued 1967) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. Vehicle – Mr Organ Grinder (Deram 1971)
43. Buggy – Harry The Keeper (Parlophone 1970)
44. John Carter – The Vicar’s Daughter (Demo 1967) (Get Carter)
45. John Carter – Publicity Girl (Demo 1966) (Get Carter)
46. The Artwoods – I’m Looking For A Saxophonist Doubling French Horn Wearing Size 37 Boots (Decca 1966)
47. Pilot – Magic (EMI 1974)
48. Simon and Garfunkel – Baby Driver (Columbia 1969)
49. David Bowie – Little Bombardier (Deram 1967) (Connect 3)
50. Diane Renay – Kiss Me Sailor (20th Century Fox 1964) (Connect 3)
51. West Coast Consortium – Colour Sergeant Lillywhite (Pye 1968) (Connect 3)
52. Del Larks – Job Opening (For An Experienced Heart Mender) Part 1 (Queen City 1965) (Soul O’Clock)
53. Sam Baker – Sunny (Sound Stage 7 1967) (Soul O’Clock)
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. 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 even more hotly contested than last week’s. Laz once again took the first one of the night but John Murray got the second and Ally Gourlay nipped in to get the third. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 34.5 points
2nd John Murray 12 points
3rd Ally Gourlay4 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

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 53* of Where The Action Is and what we’ll affectionately call “Ladies Nights”. It’s the usual mix of mod, soul and beat groups from the late 50s through to the early 70s but all with a feminine touch.

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 France and Two of a Kind from The Breakaways. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in our Death Disco spot (in which no-one actually died) and we featured the theme of Girls – albeit sung by men – in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We got down to the Nitty Gritty in the Land of 1000 Dances and psychedelic 80s popsters The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughters were our choice in our Under The Influence feature. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a Scottish singer (born in England) into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more great songs from John Carter’s huge back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. We even had time for our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #53 - Thu 28 Aug 2014 - K107FM (Girls special) by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. Mama Cass Elliot – A Song That Never Comes (Dunhill 1970)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. Perpetual Langley – Surrender (Planet 1966)
4. Nancy Priddy – You’ve Come This Way Before (Dot 1968)
5. Billie Davis and the LeRoys – Whatcha Gonna Do (Columbia 1964)
6. Linda Doll & The Sundowners – He Don’t Want Your Love Anymore (Piccadilly 1964)
7. Fanny – Solid Gold (Reprise 1973) (Connect 3)
8. Goldie and the Gingerbreads – Skinny Vinnie (Spokane 1964) (Connect 3)
9. Twinkle – Golden Lights (Decca 1965) (Connect 3)
10. Lorraine Silver – I Know You’ll Be There (Pye 1965)
11. Liz Christian – Call My Name (Spark 1968)
12. Carol Elvin – Don’t Leave Me (Parlophone 1965) (Birthday: Carol Elvin 28/8/40)
13. The Honeycombs – I Can’t Stop (Interphon 1964) (Birthday: Honey Lantree 28/8/43)
14. Jacki Bond – Don’t You Worry (Strike 1966)
15. Christine Quaite – In The Middle of the Floor (Oriole 1963)
16. Supersister – A Girl Named You (Polydor 1971) (Double Rubble)
17. Attraction – She’s a Girl (Columbia 1966) (Double Rubble)
18. Jackie Lee – Love is a Gamble (Pye 1969)
19. Kathy Lynn & The Playboys – Rock City (Swan 1964) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. Cilla Black – Something Tells Me (Something’s Gonna Happen Tonight) (Parlophone 1971)
21. Shirley Ellis – The Nitty Gritty (London 1963) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Eartha Kitt – The Way You Are (Spark 1970)
23. Pussy Cat – Si Vous Avez Déjà Aimé (RCA Victor 1967) (Foreign Language)
24. Jean and the Statesides – Putty In Your Hands (Columbia 1964)
25. Elaine Arthur – The Singing Star (Doré 1969) (Death Disco)
26. Helen Shapiro – Kiss ‘n’ Run (Columbia 1961)
27. Marilyn Powell – Something To Hold On To (CBS 1968)
28. Hangman’s Beautiful Daughters – Love is Blue (Dreamworld 1987) (Under The Influence)
29. Dana Gillespie – Andy Warhol (RCA Victor 1974) (Connect 3)
30. Lulu – The Man Who Sold The World (Polydor 1974) (Connect 3)
31. Caroline – Mister a Gogo (Polydor 1967) (Connect 3)
32. Peanut – Home of the Brave (Pye 1965)
33. The Breakaways – That’s How It Goes (Pye 1964) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Tony Hatch Sound – Live For Life (Pye 1967) (Two of a Kind)
35. Lori Balmer – Here Before The Sun (Pye 1972)
36. Florence Ballard – Like You Babe (Unreleased 1968)
37. Val McKenna – Sweet Sweet Lovin’ (Spark 1969)
38. The Luv’d Ones – Scratchy (Unreleased 1966-1968) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. The Luv’d Ones – Up Down Sue (White Oak 1966)
40. Annie Ross – I’m Gonna Go Fishin’ (Ember 1963) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. Annie Ross – Bye Bye Blues (Ember 1963) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. Twiggy – Over and Over (Ember 1967)
43. Patsy Ann Noble – Sour Grapes (Columbia 1963)
44. The Ministry of Sound – Hey Girl (No Need To Push) (Unreleased 1966) (Get Carter)
45. Dana Gillespie – Thank You Boy (Pye 1965) (Get Carter)
46. Polly Perkins – Young Lover (Oriole 1964)
47. Lyn and the Invaders – Boy is Gone (Fenton 1966)
48. Jacqueline Taieb – 7 AM (Fontana 1968)
49. Barry St. John – Bread and Butter (Decca 1964) (Connect 3)
50. The Supremes – Buttered Popcorn (Tamla 1961) (Connect 3)
51. The Liverbirds – Peanut Butter (Philips 1965) (Connect 3)
52. Linda Kaye – I Can’t Stop Thinking About You (Columbia 1966)
53. Gloria Jones – Tainted Love (Champion 1965) (Soul O’Clock)
54. Ella Washington – Starving For Love (Sound Stage 7 1968) (Soul O’Clock)
55. The Marvelettes – Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers (Unreleased 1964)
56. Alison Wonder – Once More With Feeling (Columbia 1970)
57. The Orchids – Love Hit Me (Decca 1963)

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. 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”).

Like last week, this week’s Connect 3 competitions were hotly contested. While Laz picked up the gold for the first one, Ally Gourlay swept in to pinch the second one and Evan Davies from New Jersey claimed the third point of the night. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 33.5 points
2nd John Murray 11 points
3rd Ally Gourlay 3 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

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, next week’s show is an Occupations special so feel free to tune in for that.

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

Welcome to episode 52* of Where The Action Is and another three hours of mod, soul, beat groups, popsike, sunshine pop, freakbeat, ye-ye and all manner of weird and wonderful tunes from the late 50s through to the early 70s plus a liberal sprinkling of tracks featuring birthday girl Jackie DeShannon.

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, not including Jackie DeShannon), a Foreign Language track (a british band singing in Germany) and Two of a Kind from Jackie DeShannon. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in our Death Disco spot and we featured boxes in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We did The Hand Jive in the Land of 1000 Dances and power popsters Silver Sun were our choice in our Under The Influence feature. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a Glasgow band into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more great songs from John Carter’s huge back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. Sadly, we ran out of time for our Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #52 - Thu 21 Aug 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Byrds – Don’t Doubt Yourself, Babe (Columbia 1965)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. Katch 22 – Major Catastrophe (Fontana 1966)
4. The Pirates – Can’t Understand (Polydor 1966)
5. Fanny – Come and Hold Me (Reprise 1970)
6. Four + One – Don’t Lie To Me (Parlophone 1965)
7. Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction (Dunhill 1965) (Connect 3)
8. The Supremes – Stoned Love (Motown 1970) (Connect 3)
9. Phil Ochs – I Ain’t Marchin’ Anymore (Elektra 1965) (Connect 3)
10. Jackie DeShannon – Splendor in the Grass (Imperial 1966)
11. Coconut Mushroom – Run Run Run (Unreleased 1968)
12. First Edition – Just Dropped in (To See What Condition My Condition Was In ) (Reprise 1968) (Birthday: Kenny Rogers 21/8/38)
13. The Remains – Heart (Epic 1966) (Birthday: Chip Damiani 21/8/42)
14. Fat Mattress – All Night Drinker (Polydor 1969)
15. The Arthur Brown Set – The Green Ball (Atco 1967)
16. Aquarian Age – 10,000 Words in a Cardboard Box (Parlophone 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. The Jackpots – Jack in the Box (Sonet 1969) (Double Rubble)
18. The Hellions – Daydreaming of You (Piccadilly 1964)
19. The Challengers – Theme from The Man From UNCLE (GNP Crescendo 1965) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. Gladys Knight and the Pips – Friendship Train (Soul 1969)
21. Johnny Otis – Willie and the Hand Jive (Capitol 1958) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Andy Ellison – Cornflake Zoo (SNB 1968)
23. The Searchers – Wenn Ich Dich Seh (Vogue 1965) (Foreign Language)
24. The Thoughts – Memory of Your Love (Planet 1966)
25. Estelle – The Year 2000 (Laurie 1968) (Death Disco)
26. The Spektors – Gloria (Unreleased 1966)
27. Cher – Come and Stay With Me (Imperial 1965)
28. Silver Sun – Service (Polydor 1977) (Under The Influence)
29. The Casuals – Caroline (Decca 1969) (Connect 3)
30. Amen Corner – Hello Susie (Immediate 1969) (Connect 3)
31. Jason Crest – (Here We Go ‘Round The) Lemon Tree (Philips 1968) (Connect 3)
32. The Hollies – Put Yourself In My Place (Parlophone 1965)
33. Jackie DeShannon – Laurel Canyon (Imperial 1968) (Two of a Kind)
34. Jackie DeShannon – That’s What Boys Are Made Of (Unreleased 1962) (Two of a Kind)
35. The Who – Happy Jack (Reaction 1966)
36. Jackie Trent – If You Love Me (Really Love Me) (Piccadilly 1964)
37. The Mood Mosaic – A Touch of Velvet – A Sting of Brass (Columbia 1966) (Wordless Wonder 2)
38. Jackie DeShannon – Heaven Is Being With You (Liberty 1961)
39. The Hi-Fis – I Wanna Hear You Say Yeah (ALP 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
40. The Hi-Fis – It’s Gonna Be Morning (ALP 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. The In Crowd – You’re On Your Own (Parlophone 1965)
42. Beryl Marsden – Breakaway (Columbia 1965)
43. John Carter – Conversations (In a Station Light Refreshment Bar) (Demo 1968) (Get Carter)
44. Manfred Mann – Semi-Detached Suburban Mr James (Fontana 1966) (Get Carter)
45. The Kompany – Tell Her No (Clarion 1967)
46. Kiki Dee – Why Don’t I Run Away From You? (Fontana 1966)
47. Jackie DeShannon – Dream Boy (Liberty 1964)
48. The Luvvers – Most Unlovely (Parlophone 1966) (Connect 3)
49. The Tremeloes – Here Comes My Baby (CBS 1967) (Connect 3)
50. The Checkmates – Sticks and Stones (Decca 1964) (Connect 3)
51. The Troubled Mind – I’m Good For You (Festival 1969)
52. Bobby Vee and the Ventures – If I’m Right or Wrong (Liberty 1963)
53. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (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. They mean a lot. 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”).

While Laz strengthened his lead by taking the first Connect 3, Ally Gourlay moved into equal third place with the second point of the night for spotting three Roy Wood songs. I’d have been disappointed if he hadn’t won that one. No-one picked up the last point so the overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 32.5 points
2nd John Murray 11 points
3rd= Jeff Duffy 2 points
3rd= Ally Gourlay 2 points
5th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
5th= Evan Davies 1 point
5th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point

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, next week’s show is a Girls special so do join me for that.

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

Welcome to episode 51* of Where The Action Is and another three hours of mod, soul, beat groups, popsike, sunshine pop, freakbeat, ye-ye and all manner of weird and wonderful tunes 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 Billie Davis. We had our ‘splatter platter’ in our Death Disco spot and we played Housey in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We did The Bird in the Land of 1000 Dances and The Bangles were our choice in our Under The Influence feature. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a legendary Glaswegian songwriter into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more great songs from John Carter’s huge back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. We also had our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #51 - Thu 14 Aug 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Walker Brothers – Love Her (Philips 1965)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. Soul Purpose – Boogaloo Down Broadway (Clarion 1969)
4. Sandra Barry – Question (Pye 1965)
5. John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Looking Back (Decca 1966)
6. Laurel Aitken – Voodoo Woman (Rainbow 1966)
7. The Action – Shadows and Reflections (Parlophone 1967) (Connect 3)
8. Jackie Wilson – The Who Who Song (Brunswick 1967) (Connect 3)
9. The Vernons Girls – We Love The Beatles (Decca 1964) (Connect 3)
10. Marmalade – Lovin’ Things (CBS 1968)
11. Tin Tin – Only Ladies Play Croquet (Polydor 1969)
12. The Byrds – Psychodrama City (Columbia 1966) (Birthday: David Crosby 14/8/41)
13. The Four Pennies – Black Girl (Philips 1964) (Birthday: Lionel Morton 14/8/41)
14. Darlene McCrea – Don’t Worry Baby (Tower 1964)
15. Richard “Popcorn” Wylie – Brand New Man (Epic 1963)
16. The Idle Race – Knocking Nails In My House (Liberty 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. The Flies – House of Love (Decca 1967) (Double Rubble)
18. The Tribe – My Heart Won’t Believe It (Unreleased 1965)
19. Brian Fahey and His Orchestra – High Wire (Columbia 1967) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. Tammy St. John – I’m Tired Just Lookin’ At You (Pye 1965)
21. The Rivingtons – The Bird’s The Word (Liberty 1963) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. The Quik – I Can’t Sleep (Deram 1967)
23. Conchita Velasco – Beatnik (Belter 1966) (Foreign Language)
24. Tuesday’s Children – Summer Leaves Me With a Sigh (Columbia 1966)
25. Bernadette Carroll – The Hero (Laurie 1964) (Death Disco)
26. The Valentines – Sookie Sookie (Clarion 1967)
27. The Grass Roots – Where Were You When I Needed You? (Dunhill 1966)
28. The Bangles – Hero Takes a Fall (CBS 1984) (Under The Influence)
29. Gary Lewis and the Playboys – Everybody Loves a Clown (Liberty 1965) (Connect 3)
30. Emitt Rhodes – Tame The Lion (Dunhill 1972) (Connect 3)
31. The Hush – Elephant Rider (Fontana 1968) (Connect 3)
32. Dee & The Quotum – Someday You’ll Need Someone (Jay Boy 1969)
33. Billie Davis – Make The Feeling Go Away (Decca 1969) (Two of a Kind)
34. Billie Davis – Angel of the Morning (Decca 1967) (Two of a Kind)
35. Ray Columbus – We Want a Beat (Impact 1966)
36. The Poets – Some Things I Can’t Forget (Immediate 1965)
37. The Gnomes of Zurich – I’m Coming Down With The Blues (Planet 1966)
38. Jimmy Smith – Theme from Where The Spies Are (Verve 1966) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. R Dean Taylor – Gonna Give Her All The Love I’ve Got (Motown 1971)
40. Cilla Black – Surround Yourself With Sorrow (Parlophone 1969) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. The Troggs – Hi Hi Hazel (Page One 1967) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. National Pinion Pole – Make Your Mark Little Man (Planet 1966)
43. Chords Five – Some People (Jay Boy 1969)
44. The First Class – Life Is Whatever You Want It To Be (UK 1975) (Get Carter)
45. Stamford Bridge – Move Out of Town (Penny Farthing 1971) (Get Carter)
46. The Jeeps – I Put On My Shoes (Strike 1966)
47. Mike Stuart Span – Rescue Me (Unreleased 1967)
48. Jackie DeShannon – Needles and Pins (Liberty 1963) (Connect 3)
49. The Springfields – Silver Threads and Golden Needles (Philips 1962) (Connect 3)
50. Bill Oddie – The Knitting Song (Parlophone 1965) (Connect 3)
51. Skeeter Davis – Let Me Get Close To You (RCA Victor 1964)
52. Bob Brady & The Con Chords – Everybody’s Going To The Love-In (Chariot 1968) (Soul O’Clock)
53. Earl Gaines – You’re The One (Seventy Seven 1973) (Soul O’Clock)
54. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (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. They mean a lot. 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”).

Laz was the only listener to pick up any points with a win on the first game. Sadly nobody collected the other two points on offer. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 31.5 points
2nd John Murray 11 points
3rd Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
4th= Ally Gourlay 1 point
4th= Evan Davies 1 point
4th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point

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 next week for a bit of a Jackie DeShannon special to celebrate her birthday. (* The shows have been re-numbered to include the shows I did on a previous radio station)

Welcome to the 22nd edition of Where The Action Is since it’s move to K107FM. Another three hours of mod, soul, beat groups, popsike, sunshine pop, freakbeat, ye-ye and several fillies from the late 50s through to the early 70s. Also, as it’s my daughter’s birthday this week I allowed her to choose seven of her favourite 60s tracks to play.

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 France) and Two of a Kind from The Beach Boys. We have our ‘splatter platter’ in our Death Disco spot and we get banned by the Beeb in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We danced with Annette in the Land of 1000 Dances and The Go-Gos starred in our Under The Influence feature. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a legendary folky songwriter into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more wonderful tracks from John Carter’s huge back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. We also had our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #50 - Thu 7 Aug 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. The Aerovons – World of You (Parlophone 1969)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The In Crowd – Finger Poppin’ (Unreleased 1966)
4. Alexander Stone – Man in a Suitcase (Gemini 1970)
5. Al Wilson – The Snake (Soul City 1968)
6. The Rolling Stones – The Last Time (Decca 1965)
7. The Merseys – I Hope You’re Happy (Fontana 1968) (Connect 3)
8. Serge Gainsbourg/Brigitte Bardot – Bonnie and Clyde (Fontana 1968) (Connect 3)
9. Jackie Trent – Take Me Away (Pye 1967) (Connect 3)
10. The Rogers – Blue Feeling (President 1966)
11. Jimmy Thomas – Springtime (Spark 1969)
12. The Everly Brothers – Poor Jenny (London 1959) (Birthday: Felice Bryant 7/8/25)
13. The Settlers – Till Winter Follows Spring (Pye 1966) (Birthday: Cindy Kent 7/8/45)
14. Manfred Mann – 5-4-3-2-1 (HMV 1964)
15. The Rutles – I Must Be in Love (Warners 1978)
16. The Executive – Gardena Dreamer (CBS 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. The Bamboo Shoot – The Fox Has Gone To Ground (Columbia 1968) (Double Rubble)
18. Mike Sedgewick – The Good Guys In The White Hats Never Lose (Parlophone 1968)
19. Johnny and the Hurricanes – The James Bond Theme (Bigtop 1963) (Wordless Wonder 1)
20. The Valentines – I Can’t Dance With You (Clarion 1967)
21. Annette Funicello – The Clyde (Buena Vista 1964) (Land of 1000 Dances)
22. Icarus – You’re in Life (Spark 1968)
23. Pussy Cat – Ce N’est Pas Une Vie (RCA Victor 1966) (Foreign Language)
24. PP Arnold – Is This What I Get For Loving You? (Immediate 1967)
25. Jan and Dean – A Beginning From An End (Liberty 1965) (Death Disco)
26. Leslie Gore – Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows (Mercury 1965)
27. The Beach Boys – Good Vibrations (Capitol 1966)
28. The Go-Gos – Beatnik Beach (IRS 1982) (Under The Influence)
29. Vicki Carr – The Silencer (Liberty 1966) (Connect 3)
30. Susan Maughan – Where The Bullets Fly (Philips 1966) (Connect 3)
31. Nancy Sinatra – Last of the Secret Agents (Reprise 1966) (Connect 3)
32. Spencer Davis Group – Taking Out  Time (United Artists 1968)
33. The Beach Boys – Don’t Worry Baby (Capitol 1964) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Beach Boys – This Whole World (Brother 1970) (Two of a Kind)
35. John Fitch and Associates – Stoned Out of It (Beacon 1969)
36. The Nightcrawlers – The Little Black Egg (Lee/Kapp 1965)
37. The Lomax Alliance – You’d Better Get Going Now (Unreleased 1968)
38. Wynton Kelly – Burke’s Law Theme (Verve 1963) (Wordless Wonder 2)
39. Malcolm Rabbitt – Why Won’t The Sun Shine On Me (Parlophone 1968)
40. Donovan – Wear Your Love Like Heaven (Epic 1967) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
41. Karen Verros – You Just Gotta Know My Mind (Dot 1965) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
42. The Sorrows – Rollin’ Over (Miura 1968)
43. The Talismen – Casting My Spell (Stateside 1965)
44. Particular People – What’s The Matter With Juliet (Big T 1967) (Get Carter)
45. PJ Proby – Sweet and Tender Romance (Decca 1964) (Get Carter)
46. The Birds – Magic Words (Clarion 1970)
47. Tulu Babies – The Hurtin’ Kind (Unreleased 1965)
48. Looking Glass – Silver and Sunshine (How Wonderful is Our Love) (Valiant 1966) (Connect 3)
49. Lorraine Silver – I Know You’ll Be There (Pye 1965) (Connect 3)
50. The Good Ship Lollipop – Maxwell’s Silver Hammer (Ember 1969) (Connect 3)
51. Badfinger/The Iveys – Storm in a Teacup (Apple 1970)
52. Ellusions – You Didn’t Have to Leave (Unknown 1965) (Soul O’Clock)
53. Ted Ford – Please Give Me Another Chance (Sound Stage 7 1968) (Soul O’Clock)
54. Marion Maerz – I Go To Sleep (Page One 1967)
55. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (1966 Decca)

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. They mean a lot. 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”). Tonight’s show featured requests/selections for Felicity Johnston, Sue McGookin, Lawrence McCluskey, Lauree McArdle, Lynn Elliott, Evan Davies, Kevin Birchall and Eve Griffin amongst others.

Laz picked up two of the three pointson offer in this week’s Connect 3 competitions and continues to dominate. The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 30.5 points
2nd John Murray 11 points
3rd Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
4th= Ally Gourlay 1 point
4th= Evan Davies 1 point
4th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point

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 next week.

Here are the runners and riders for this week’s Where The Action Is on K107FM. Taking to the starting stalls were tracks from the stable of mod, soul, beat groups, popsike, sunshine pop, freakbeat, ye-ye and several fillies 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 Sweden) and Two of a Kind from Annette Funicello. We had a nightmare in our Death Disco spot and we went all worldy in our weekly Double Rubble slot. We went without shoes in the Land of 1000 Dances and The Big House starred in our Under The Influence feature. We also had two Wordless Wonders, we inducted a Dundee band into the Jocknroll Hall of Fame and we heard two more wonderful tracks from John Carter’s huge back catalogue in our Get Carter feature. We also had our irregular Soul O’Clock feature.

Where The Action Is #49 - Thu 31 Jul 2014 - K107FM by Jocknroll on Mixcloud

1. Love – You Set The Scene (Elektra 1967)
2. The Beatstalkers – Base Line (Decca 1966) (Show Theme)
3. The Birds – No Good Without You Baby (Decca 1965)
4. The What Four – I’m Gonna Destroy That Boy (Columbia 1966)
5. Nick Garrie – Close Your Eyes (1969 AZ)
6. The Herd – From The Underworld (Fontana 1967)
7. Vernon Green and the Medallions – Rocket Ship (1960 Dootone) (Connect 3)
8. John Stewart – Armstrong (Capitol 1969) (Connect 3)
9. Bobby Womack – Everyone’s Gone To The Moon (Minit 1969) (Connect 3)
10. The Artwoods – Keep Lookin’ (Decca 1966)
11. Billy Fury – I’ll Go Along With It Now (Parlophone 1967)
12. Herman’s Hermits – Moonshine Man (Columbia 1967) (Birthday: Karl Green 31/7/47)
13. Gary Lewis and the Playboys – Jill (Liberty 1967) (Birthday: Gary Lewis 31/7/46 and John West 31/7/39)
14. The Byrds – Mr. Spaceman (Columbia 1967)
15. Barbara Ruskin – You Can’t Blame a Girl For Trying (Piccadilly 1965)
16. Fire – Treacle Toffee World (Decca 1968) (Double Rubble)
17. World of Oz – Peter’s Birthday (Black and White Rainbows) (Deram 1968) (Double Rubble)
18. Billy Strange – Our Man Flint (GNP Crescendo 1966) (Wordless Wonder 1)
19. Project X – Don’t You Think It’s Fine (Vanguard 1966)
20. Robert Parker – Barefootin’ (Nola 1966) (Land of 1000 Dances)
21. Thelma Houston – Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon (Dunhill 1969)
22. Anna-Lena Lofgren – Lyckliga Gatan (Metronome 1967) (Foreign Language)
23. Gene Vincent – Spaceship to Mars (Columbia 1962)
24. The Whyte Boots – Noghtmare (Philips 1962) (Death Disco)
25. The Contours – Determination (Gordy 1966)
26. The Cyrkle – Turn of the Century (Columbia 1967)
27. The Big House – Canyon Home in the Sun (Bearcub 2012) (Under The Influence)
28. Brian Hyland – The Joker Went Wild (Philips 1966) (Connect 3)
29. 2 of Clubs – Heart (Fraternity 1966) (Connect 3)
30. Nick Garrie – Queen of Spades (AZ 1968) (Connect 3)
31. John Leyton – Fabulous (HMV 1961)
32. Annette Funicello/The Beach Boys – The Monkey’s Uncle (Buena Vista 1965) (Two of a Kind)
33. Annette Funicello – Beach Party (Buena Vista 1963) (Two of a Kind)
34. The Standells – Sometimes Good Guys Don’ Wear White (Tower 1966)
35. The Nazz – Open My Eyes (SGC 1968)
36. Bob Crane, His Drums & Orchestra – Theme From Get Smart (Epic 1965) (Wordless Wonder 2)
37. Kathy Lynn & The Playboys – I Got a Guy (Swan 1964)
38. The Poor Souls – Love Me (ALP 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
39. The Poor Souls – Please Don’t Change Your Mind (ALP 1966) (Jocknroll Hall of Fame)
40. The Pandoras – (I Could Write a Book) About My Baby (Liberty 1967)
41. The Heart Beats – Little Latin Lupe Lu (Unreleased 1968)
42. The Flower Pot Men – Am I Losing You? (Deram 1967) (Get Carter)
43. Fat Man’s Music Festival – Highway Of Your Dreams (Scepter 1969) (Get Carter)
44. The Vagrants – Respect (Atco 1967)
45. The Others – Smokestack Lightning (Unreleased 1964)
46. Ray Columbus & The Invaders – Yo Yo (Zodiac 1964)
47. Norma Tanega – Walkin’ My Cat Named Dog (Stateside 1966) (Connect 3)
48. Cat Stevens – Portobello Road (Deram 1966) (Connect 3)
49. Pussy Cat – Arret D’Autobus (RCA Victor 1967) (Connect 3)
50. Barbara Lynn – Take Your Love and Run (Atlantic 1971) (Soul O’Clock)
51. OV Wright – Drowning on Dry Land (Black Beat 1972) (Soul O’Clock)
52. Wild Uncertainty – A Man With Money (Planet 1966)
51. Kaplan – I Like (Philips 1968)

Thanks once again to everybody who tuned in to the show live on K107FM. For those who missed the show 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. They mean a lot. 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”). Tonight’s show featured requests/selections for Rory MacDonald, Sue McGookin, Lawrence McCluskey, Lauree McArdle, Lynn Elliott, Phil Jordan, Ally Gourlay, Evan Davies, Kevin Birchall, Michael Clunkie, Eve Griffin, Sheila Godfrey and Alan Godsell amongst others.

While Laz picked up the first two Connect 3 points a newcomer snuck in and grabbed the last one. Take a bow, Mrs Cat, who spotted Cat Stevens’ dulcet tones on Portobello Road! The overall standings are now as follows:

1st Lawrence McCluskey 28.5 points
2nd John Murray 11 points
3rd Jeff Duffy 2 points
4th= Martyn Rollo 1 point
4th= Ally Gourlay 1 point
4th= Evan Davies 1 point
4th= Kirsty Johnston 1 point
8th Sheila Godfrey 0.5 point

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 next week.

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