Tuesday, September 18


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A stirring evocation of the anti-corporate spirit. 
Bank of America sucks.
Recorded 9/18/2012 at Boston Free Radio.

Artist / Song / Album Title (when available)
John Leyton "Johnny Remember Me"
Beatnuts "2-3 Break" (Street Level)
Louis Prima with Keely Smith "Embraceable You/ I Got It Bad" (Collectors Series)
Michelle Shocked "The Orange Braid Song"
Screamin' Jay Hawkins "I Put a Spell on You" (Voodoo Jive: The Best of Screamin' Jay Hawkins)
The Singing Nun/ Sœur Sourire "Dominique" (The Singing Nun: Dominique)
Lou Christie "It Can Happen"
The Beach Boys "Until I Die" (The Savage Pencil comp.)
Pell Mell "Chroma-Key Beach" (Bumper Crop)
Elephant's Memory "Mongoose" (Take It to the Streets)
Them "Friday's Child" (The Story of Them)
Judy Collins "Judith's Song"
Isaac Green and the Skalars "Back in High School [original singer mix]"

Tuesday, September 11

Toppers 9/11/2012: "Mostly Instrumentals"


Instrumental music, although not exclusively, from a gaggle of gooses this episode.

On a technical note, 'Toppers production staff have begun to use the venerable A-Infos project to upload new shows. This latest show was placed under their care. Much work is under way. Soon we'll have podcasting through "The iTunes" and even a FacialBook page!

Tuesday, September 4

'Toppers 9/4/2012: "Choppers!"


The final third of the Shrimp Boat trilogy. A high-flyin' show of adventure and intrigue. Originally broadcast September 4, 2012 on Boston Free Radio.

Songs in order:
Dionne Warwick "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?"
Sparks "Beat the Clock" (No. 1 in Heaven)
Roger Ruskin Spear "Make Yourself a Happiness Pie"  (Electric Shocks)
Apollo 100 "Joy" (Apollo 100)
Crass "So What" (The Feeding of the 5000)
The Sisterhood "Christmas Treat, Peppermint"
Gene Autry "Tweedle O'Twill" (Sing Cowboy Sing)
The Creation "Nightmares" (The Best of the Creation)
The Charmels "As Long as I Have You"
Unknown child on Youtube "Harold the Helicopter Song"
Desperation Sundays "Heli-cop-ters" (Lonely Death on a Lovely Sunday)
Glen Campbell (Sr.) "Galveston" (Galveston)
The New Creation "Dig!" (Troubled)
The Comedian Harmonists "Puppenhochzeit" (The COmedian Harmonists Story 1927-1933)