The Drive-In Bingo on KPISS: January 11th 2017


  1. The Marvellos, “Something’s Burning” (1966)
  2. Irma Thomas, “Break-A-Way” (1964)
  3. Dean Parrish, “Tell Her” (1966)
  4. Rita and the Tiaras, “Gone with the Wind” (1967)
  5. Freddie Hughes, “Where’s My Baby” (1968)
  6. Roddie Joy, “Come Back Baby” (1965)
  7. The Slender Plenty, “Silver Tree Top School for Boys” (1967)
  8. Sly Stewart, “Scat Swim” (1964)
  9. Marva Whitney, “Daddy Don’t Know About Sugar Bears” (1972)
  10. The Brooks, “Once in a While” (1964)
  11. Harvey Scales & the 7 Sounds, “Get Down” (1967)
  12. Truly Smith, “The Boy from Chelsea” (1967)
  13. The Alan Price Set, “I Can’t Turn You Loose” (1966)
  14. Melba Moore, “Magic Touch” (1966)
  15. The Castells, “I Do” (1964)
  16. The Chantels, “Still” (1961)
  17. The Dells, “Oh, What a Night” (1969)
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The Drive-In Bingo on KPISS: October 12th 2016


  1. Chubby Checker, “Back In The U.S.S.R.” (1969)
  2. Link Wray and his Ray Men, “Please Please Me” (1965)
  3. Gloria Jones, “Heartbeat (Part 1)” (1965)
  4. The Miracles, “I Gotta Dance to Keep from Crying” (1963)
  5. Alice Clark, “You Hit Me (Right Where it Hurt Me)” (1968)
  6. Mickey Lee Lane, “Hey Sah-Lo-Ney” (1965)
  7. Candy and the Kisses, “The 81” (1964)
  8. The Five Du-Tones, “Shake A Tail Feather” (1963)
  9. Nancy Wilson, “Face It Girl, It’s Over” (1967)
  10. Jerry Landis, “The Lone Teen Ranger” (1962)
  11. The Du-Ettes, “Please Forgive Me” (1965)
  12. The Freeman Brothers, “My Baby” (1965)
  13. Jean Wells, “With My Love And What You’ve Got” (1968)
  14. Kenny Lynch, “Puff” (1962)
  15. The Bittersweets, “Hurtin’ Kind” (1966)
  16. Peter’s Faces, “Happy Day” (1964)
  17. Doug Sahm & The Pharaohs, “Slow Down” (1960)
  18. Candace Love, “Wonderful Night” (1969)

The Drive-In Bingo on KPISS: September 7th 2016


  1. J.J. Barnes, “Day Tripper” (1966)
  2. Spanky Wilson, “Sunshine of Your Love” (1969)
  3. Mongo Santamaria, “We Got That Latin Soul” (1969)
  4. Sam & Dave, “Get It” (1969)
  5. Faye Ross, “Faith, Hope and Trust” (1967)
  6. Shotgun Express, “I Could Feel the Whole World Turn Round” (1966)
  7. The Angels, “Wow Wow Wee” (He’s the Boy For Me)” (1964)
  8. Bob & Earl, “Dancin’ Everywhere” (1966)
  9. Yvonne Baker, “You Didn’t Say A Word” (1966)
  10. Love, “My Little Red Book” (1966)
  11. Alice Wonder Land, “He’s Mine (I Love Him, I Love Him, I Love Him)” (1963)
  12. Timmy Shaw,I’m Gonna Send You Back to Georgia” (1964)
  13. Billy Preston, “The Girl’s Got ‘It’” (1966)
  14. Fontella Bass and Bobby McClure, “Don’t Jump” (1965)
  15. The Ghetto Brothers, “There Is Something In My Heart” (1971)
  16. Bobby Freeman, “C’mon and Swim” (1964)
  17. Aretha Franklin, “Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody” (1961)

The Drive-In Bingo on KPISS: August 10th 2016

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  1. Gene Chandler, “There Was a Time” (1968)
  2. Blinky, “Rescue Me” (1970)
  3. Johnny Hallyday, “A Tout Casser” (1968)
  4. Cliff Nobles, “Judge Baby, I’m Back” (1968)
  5. Dottie & Millie, “Talkin’ ‘Bout My Baby” (1966)
  6. The Great Danes, “Lonely Avenue” (1965)
  7. Randa & the Soul Kingdom, “Be Yourself” (2011)
  8. The Showstoppers, “Ain’t Nothin’ But A House Party” (1967)
  9. Kari Lynn, “Cleo Cleopatra” (1962)
  10. Don Covay & the Goodtimers, “40 Days ­— 40 Nights” (1967)
  11. Cathy Saint, “Big Bad World” (1963)
  12. The Trade Winds, “New York’s A Lonely Town” (1965)
  13. Geno Washington & the Jam Band, “Que Sera Sera” (1966)
  14. Jackie DeShannon, “So Long Johnny” (1966)
  15. The Zombies, “She’s Coming Home” (1965)
  16. The Cinderellas, “Baby, Baby (I Still Love You)” (1964)
  17. Scott Walker, “Stormy” (1970)
  18. The Charmels, “As Long As I‘ve Got You” (1967)
  19. The Jackson 5, “Big Boy” (1968)
  20. Debbie Taylor, “Don’t Let It End” (1969)

The Drive-In Bingo On KPISS: June 29th 2016


1. The Clayton Squares, “Imagination” (1966)
2. Jacqueline Taieb, “7 Heurs du Matin” (1967)
3. Gino Washington, “Out of This World” (1963)
4. Rosetta Hightower, “Pretty Red Balloons” (1968)
5. Willie Mitchell, “That Driving Beat” (1965)
6. Jean and the Statesides, “Putty in Your Hands” (1964)
7. J.J. Jackson, “Sho Nuff (Got A Good Thing Going)” (1967)
8. The Loving Kind, “Ain’t That Peculiar” (1966)
9. Little Eva, “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” (1962
10. Johnny Rivers, “Mountain of Love” (1964)
11. The McKinlenys, “Give Him My Love” (1965)
12. Hale and the Husbabyes, “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby” (1964)
13. Carmen McRae, “Don’t Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder” (1967)
14. The Harvey Averne Dozen, “Never Learned To Dance” (1968)
15. Laura Lee, “Wanted: Lover, No Experience Necessary” (1967)
16. The Young Gyants, “Memphis” (1966)
17. Jackie Trent, “Send Her Away” (1966)
18. Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, “Long Nights of Summer” (1968)
19. Brenda and the Tabulations, “Dry Your Eyes” (1967)
20. Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, “Last Night” (1966)

The Drive-In Bingo on KPISS: May 4th 2016

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1. Taj Mahal, “Ain’t That a Lot of Love” (1968)
2. Linda Jones, “A Last Minute Miracle” (1967)
3. The M.V.P.s, “Turning My Heartbeat Up” (1971)
4. Barbara Lynn, “Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’)”(1964)
5. The Righteous Brothers , “Love Or Magic” (1965)
6. The Exciters, “Soul Motion” (1967)
7. The Flares, “Foot Stompin’ (Part I)” (1961)
8. Timebox, “Beggin'” (live in 1968)
9. Lyn Collins, “Fly Me To The Moon” (1972)
10. Johnny Nash, “Cupid” (1969)
11. Bobby Peterson, “Irresistible You” (1960)
12. Bunker Hill, “The Girl Can’t Dance” (1962)
13. Candi Stanton, “He Called Me Baby” (1970)
14. Pastor T.L. Barrett and the Youth Christ Choir, “Like A Ship…(Without A Sail)” (1971)
15. The Cookies, “I Never Dreamed” (1964)
16. Leola Jiles, “I’ve Got So Used To Loving You” (1967)
17. Duffy Power, “Just Stay Blue” (1965)
18. Sam Cooke, “Nothing Can Change This Love” (live in 1963)

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Back In Town: Dick`s KPISS.FM Debut


1. Bobby Parker, “Watch Your Step” (1961)
2. Dinah Washington, “Soulville” (1963)
3. The Deirdre Wilson Tabac, “Get Back” (1969)
4. Shirley Ellis, “Soul Time” (1967)
5. Billy Stewart, “Secret Love” (1967)
6. The Angelos, “Backfield In Motion” (1964)
7. The Jewels, “Opportunity” (1964)
8. The Mirettes, “He’s Alright With Me” (1966)
9. The Olympics, “Shimmy Like Kate” (1960)
10. The Ronettes, “Born To Be Together” (1965)
11. Garnet Mimms, “A Little Bit Of Soap” (1965)
12. The Contours, “Can You Do It” (1964)
13. Della Humphrey, “Don’t Make The Good Girls Go Bad” (1968)
14. The Johnny Burnette Trio, “Honey Hush” (1956)
15. Patty & the Emblems, “Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl” (1964)
16. The Dave Davani Four, “Tossin’ and Turnin'” (1966)
17. The Magnificent 7, “Ooh, Baby Baby” (1968)
18. Betty Everett, “There’ll Come A Time” (1969)
19. Spyder Turner, “Stand By Me” (1967)

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Dick`s Stocking Stuffer: December 2012


1. Spooky Tooth “Sunshine Help Me” It’s All About (Island Records) 1968
2. Dionne Warwick “Are You There With Another Girl” Here I Am (Scepter Records) 1965
3. The Dave Clark Five “Having A Wild Weekend” Having A Wild Weekend (Epic Records) 1965
4. The Flirtations “Nothing But A Heartache” Nothing But A Heartache (Deram Records) 1968
5. The Rubber Band, “Last Christmas” The Beatmas (Sony Records) 1994
6. Sonny and Cher “Just You” Look At Us (Atco Records) 1965
7. Emitt Rhodes “Somebody Made For Me” Emitt Rhodes (Dunhill Records) 1970
8. Freddie and the Dreamers “You Were Made For Me” (Capitol Records) 1963
9. The Chi-Lites “Are You My Woman” I Like Your Lovin’ (Do You Like Mine) (Brunswick Records) 1970
10. Linda Lyndell “What A Man” (Volt Records) 1968
11. The Moments “Love On A Two Way Street” Not On The Outside, But On The Inside, Strong! (Stang Records) 1968
12. Herbie Hancock “Bring Down The Birds” Blow Up Original Soundtrack Album (MGM) 1966
13. The Chambers Brothers “All Strung Out Over You” The Time Has Come (Columbia Records) 1967
14. Freddie Scott “(You) Got What I Need”  (Shout Records) 1968
15. Blodwyn Pig “It’s Only Love” Ahead Rings Out (Island Records) 1969
16. The Smothers Brothers “They Call The Wind Mariah” The Smothers Brothers At The Purple Onion (Mercury Records) 1961
17. David Axelrod featuring The Electric Prunes “Holy Are You” Release Of An Oath (Reprise Records) 1968
18. Leslie Gore “Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows” Leslie Gore Sings Of Mixed Up Hearts (Mercury Records) 1963
19. The Strangers With Mike Shannon “One And One Is Two” (Phillips Records) 1964
20. Glitterhouse “I Lost Me A Friend” Color Blind (Dynovoice Records) 1968
21. Ronnie Jones “Little Bitty Pretty One” (Pye Records) 1967
22. The Kinks “Pictures In The Sand” The Great Lost Kinks Album (Reprise Records) 1966
23. John Leyton “Johnny Remember Me” (EMI Records) 1961
24. Harry Nilsson “So Long Dad” Nilsson Sings Newman (RCA Victor) 1970
25. The Attack “Any More Than I Do” (Decca Records) 1967
26. Big Maybelle “Candy” (Savoy Records) 1956
27. The Girlfriends “My One And Only Jimmy Boy” (Colpix Records) 1963 
28. Humble Pie “As Safe As Yesterday Is” As Safe As Yesterday Is (Immediate Records) 1969 
29. Roy Harper “Legend” Sophisticated Beggar (Science Friction Records) 1966
30. The Beagles “Thanks To The Man In The Moon” Here Come The Beagles (Harmony Records) 1967
31. Ernie K. Doe “Here Come The Girls” (Janus Records) 1970
32. The Alan Price Set “Don’t Stop The Carnival” Live On Top Of The Pops (Decca Records) 1968
33. Blossom Dearie “Dusty Springfield” That’s Just The Way I Want To Be (Fontana Records) 1969
34. Roy Orbison “Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)” (Monument Records) 1962
35. Rolf Harris “Sun Arise” Sun Arise (Parlophone) 1962
36. Dick Douvet “You Make Me Feel So Young” Holiday Medley In C Sharp Minor (Top Five Records) 2012
37. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band “Goodnight Irene” The Penthouse Tapes (Vertigo Records) 1976

Dick’s Stocking Stuffer: December 2012

Dick`s Revenge – August 2012: Welcome Back!

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1. Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys “How I Spent My Summer” The Street Giveth…And The Street Taketh Away (Polydor/Barclay Records) 1968
2. The Buckinghams “Hey Baby They’re Playing Our Song” Portraits (Columbia Records) 1967
3. Bob Seger & The Last Heard “Heavy Music” (Cameo-Parkway Records) 1967
4. The Main Attraction “Everyday” And Now The Main Attraction (Tower Records) 1967
5. Judy Clay & William Bell “Private Number” (Stax Records) 1968
6. Spirit “Animal Zoo” The Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus (Epic Records) 1970
7. Montage  “Desiree” Montage (Sundaze Records) 1970
8. Jan and Dean “(Here They Come) From All Over The World”  (Liberty Records) 1964
9. Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg “69 Annee Erotique” Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg (Fontana Records) 1969
10. Pino Donaggio “Io Che Non Vivo” (EMI Records) 1963
11. Peter And Gordon “London At Night” In London For Tea (Capitol Records) 1967
12. Xavier Cugat “Watercolor of Brazil” ‘Woman On Top’ Soundtrack (Sony) 1969
13. Massiel “La-La-La” (Noxia Records) 1968
14. Leroy Sibbles “Express Yourself” (Coxsone Records) 1969
15. Josie Sands “(Please Don’t Say) Sayonara” (Chancellor Records) 1957
16. Ricky Nelson “Travelin’ Man” (Imperial Records) 1961
17. The Deidre Wilson Tabac “Get Back” (RCA) 1969
18. Sharon Tandy & Les Fleur De Lys “Hold On” (Atlantic Records) 1968
19. John Martyn, “May You Never” Solid Air (Island Records) 1973
20. The Avons “Since I Met You Baby” (Excello Records) 1968
21. The Asylum Choir “Thieves In The Choir” Look Inside The Asylum Choir (Smash Records) 1968
22. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band “Living Without You” Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (Polydor Records) 1971
23. Baby Washington “Breakfast In Bed” (Cotillion Records) 1969
24. Tommy Quickly “The Wild Side Of Life” (Pye Records) 1964
25. Charlie Gracie “Fabulous” (Parlophone Records) 1956
26. Keith Field “Stop! Thief” (Polydor Records) 1968
27. The Paramounts “I’m The One Who Loves You” (Parlophone Records) 1964
28. Rod Riguez “I’ll Slip Away” (Impact Records) 1967
29. The Savage Rose “Unfold” Your Daily Gift (Universal Records Import) 1971
30. Fleetwood Mac “Need Your Love So Bad” The Pious Bird of Good Omen (Blue Horizon Records) 1968
31. Reg King “Must Be Something Else Around” Reg King (United Artists) 1971
32. The Lovin’ Spoonful “You’re A Big Boy Now” You’re A Big Boy Now soundtrack (Kama Sutra Records) 1967
33. Rosie And The Original “Angel Baby” (Highland Records) 1960
34. Willie Nelson “Funny How Time Slips Away,” Willie Nelson…And Then I Wrote (Liberty Records) 1962
35. Dick Douvet “Beyond The Sea” Conversations In A Major With Dick Douvet (Top Five Records) 2012
36. Van Morrison “Wavelength” Wavelength (Mercury Records) 1978

From The Vaults Season 2: December 13th 2008 – My Ride^s Here

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1. Argent “God Gave Rock ‘n’ Roll To You” In Deep (Epic Records) 1973
2. The Ronettes “Sleigh Ride” A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector (Phillies Records) 1963
3. Bob Seger and the Last Heard “Sock It To Me Santa” (Cameo Records) 1966
4. The Beach Boys “Blue Christmas” The Beach Boys Christmas Album (Captiol Records) 1963
5. The City “Snow Queen” Now That Everything’s Been Said (Ode Records) 1968
6. Dusty Springfield “You’ve Got A Friend” Dusty In Memphis (bonus track) (Atlantic Records) 1968
7. Joni Mitchell “The Circle Game” Ladies of the Canyon (Reprise Records) 1970
8. Carly Simon “Anticipation” Anticipation (Elektra Records) 1970
9. Queen “Don’t Stop Me Now” Jazz (Elektra Records) 1978
10. Al Martino “Spanish Eyes” (Captiol Records) 1964
11. Steely Dan “Brooklyn (Owes The Charmer Under Me)” Can’t Buy A Thrill (ABC Records) 1972
12. Gerry and the Pacemakers “Ferry Cross The Mersey” Ferry Cross The Mersey (Columbia Records) 1964
13. Paul Simon and George Harrison “Homeward Bound” SNL’s Greatest Hits (NBC) 1976
14. Elvis Costello and the Attractions “Everyday I Write The Book (unreleased demo)” Punch The Clock (Bonus Disc) (Rhino Records) 1982
15. Barbara Lewis “Baby I’m Yours” (Atlantic Records) 1965
16. Crosby Stills Nash and Young “Deja Vu” Deja Vu (Atlantic Records) 1970
17. Rod Stewart “Every Picture Tells A Story” Every Picture Tells A Story (Mercury Records) 1970
18. Neil Sedaka “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (Ballard)” Hungry Years (Rocket Records) 1974
19. The Oneders “Dance With Me” (Playtone Records) 1964
20. Smokey Robinson And The Miracles “Goin’ Out of My Head” Going To A Go-Go (Motown Records) 1965
21. The Doors “Moonlight Drive” Strange Days (Elektra Records) 1967
22. Maria Muldaur “Midnight At The Oasis” Maria Muldaur (Reprise Records) 1973
23. Teresa Brewer “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” ‘S Wonderful: The Great Gershwin Decca Songbook (MCA Records) 1961
24. Cass Elliot “I’ll Be Seeing You” Don’t Call Me Mama Anymore (RCA Victor Records) 1973
25. Sandy Denny and the Strawbs “Who Knows Where The Time Goes” All Our Own Work (Pickwick Records) 1967
26. Wings “Baby’s Request” Back To The Egg (Columbia Records) 1979
27. Dick Douvet “Mack The Knife” Conversations in E-Minor With Dick Douvet (Top Five Records) 2008
28. Chicago Transit Authority “Beginnings” Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia Records) 1969

Saturday Nite At The Drive-In Bingo: December 13th 2008

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