May 282011
 

Sounds of the Hall in roughly 33 1/3 minutes!

Following last week’s possible farewell edition of Saturday Night Shut-In Mr. Moderator takes a run at the sun on this Memorial Weekend, Summer-Fun broadcast with a No-Muss, No-Fuss 30th Episode! Selections from the likes of Lou Reed, Amon Düül, and Snakefinger will have you reaching for the suntan lotion! And get this: as good as this episode promises to be it’s nothing more than a prelude to next weekend’s Sausages for Sammy Extravaganza and Classic Rock Psychic Rock Block Event!

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[Note: The Rock Town Hall feed will enable you to easily download Saturday Night Shut-In episodes to your digital music player. In fact, you can even set your iTunes to search for an automatic download of each week’s podcast.]

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  2 Responses to “Rock Town Hall’s Saturday Night Shut-In: No Muss, No Fuss!”

  1. You picked one of the better singles from Paul Revere & The Raiders. The Raiders were much like the Hollies who we discussed some time back. Both groups had a distinctive sound and managed a string of good-to-great singles for a few years beginning in 1965 or so, then lost their way in the late ’60s. Neither group really made it as an album band and were long dismissed as unhip pop. Ignore the silly Revolutionary War costumes and listen to songs like “Just Like Me’, “Kicks”, “Hungry”, “Good Thing”, and so on.

  2. Right on, tonyola, and you can count me among those who too-long resisted the band’s charms because of those uniforms. They’ve got a dozen SOLID singles – more than most bands can say.

 
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