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It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Search for:. Mailing List Sign Up! Thank you for your support. First Name. Last Name. Having listened to it several times now, this version is terrible. I'm not at all surprised they didn't have a second hit. Todd VO : Their next single was also a cover, as was all their subsequent singles, and more than half of their two albums, including [single cover of Todd : In the case of their follow-up, the song was [clip of Todd VO : Now, The Association have been kind of written out of rock history, but this song has held up really well.
It's just got this sleek, earnest, dreamlike vibe, and if it hasn't been in a Wes Anderson movie yet, I'll be really surprised.
Todd : Well, congratulations, guys. You stomped the crap out of another classic '60s pop song. Todd VO : And get this—this was a Top 10 hit. I wish I had known that before I started writing this episode, because I do try to avoid things like this. I don't think that counts. Todd VO : No one remembers this song, it's on almost none of those '70s compilations, and I don't care if it placed in the Top That was not a hit, and neither was this.
The end. Todd : A mash-up of [single cover of Unfortunately, most of the information I could find about him was written in [screenshot of Wikipedia entry written in Swedish] complete gibberish with weird marks over the vowels. From what I can tell, at this point, his stuff became a lot more recognizably Swedish.
Not just in Swedish, but, you know, Swedish-sounding. You know, Chess? Todd VO : [singing] One night in Bangkok, and the tough get going , yeah, that's from that musical. Todd VO : I'm not much of a Broadway guy, but I do hope I get to see Chess someday, just so I can find out what the hell is going on 'cause it looks insane. He's still having Swedish hits into the new millennium, and he even performed a couple years ago [brief clip of The Swedish Royal Thank you.
I've emailed you guys to find out where to buy some CDs and the guy was always helpful. It's just a great station, a god send when you like to listen to the radio at work.
Keep swinging! Cool blue is all I ever listen to now and I love every minute of it! It is really different from the rest of the other stations on the radio, and truely a breath of fresh air. Who chooses your playlist?
We have something like it in LA, but only for a few hours a day. Great for party or dinner party. You play it in the background and everyone loves it and no need to select what cd's need to be played or changed. Suits all tastes. Number 1 station in NZ by far" P- Auckland. I love the blues and jazz blues, and the 50s and 4os era. I dont mind a little smaltz as long as it is cool and blue. I like being exposed to artists that I havent heard before, along with the songs and tunes of my dad that i can recall with out them having been a part of my direct musical experinence.
They just seen to come from bits of my childhood that lie outside of my immediate thoughts. I like that. Especially the live recordings that are not commercial, or included on records commonly played. I guess its the wonderful music that appeals to those who love real music, not shortland street stuff.
Keep it up! Your programming approach -in my opinion - has found the way to talk to the much needed younger audience that other jazz formats have been ignoring.
Other formats become repetitive, stale, and boring. I am now living in Canada and there is nothing like it around. I plug into the net to listen to your station. Keep up the good work. It is the best station on the internet and way better than any Radio station in California. It has not always been that way. Y'all are in that same league.
We had the best sex in a long time the other night while listening to you. And we love you. Public Radio on Saturday morning is the only thing that comes close. P- Christchurch.
I stumbled on your station while surfing the net and I'm hooked. I have been listening for over four hours, it's way after midnight and my wife is shouting at me to come to bed but I can't turn my computer off. I'm in radio heaven except I listen on the internet. If you do, then I would listen for most of the day and not just when I'm on-line and blocking the only phone line in the house.
I always sing your praises to friends and colleagues over here and find it a great shame that they are missing out on the greatest radio station in their lifetime. You have opened my ears to musicians that I has never heard of but am now an avid fan who has been set on a journey of discovery and seeming boundless excitement at each turn.
You have widened my whole outlook on singers and songs" Y- Auckland. My only gripe is the reception is not always clear, my stereo at home will be great and then for no reason its seems to go off the station, this is frustrating as love to listen to your station on the weekends. It plays the type of music I listen to and samples lots of material which gives me more choice on who else I want to hear.
I like the music, no Announcers , just a breath of fresh air really. Keep up the good work! I listen to your station every day. I would be an exclusive listener seriously if it wasn't for the reception range. I live in Waiuku South Auckland. Reception from Papakura through to Waiuku in the car drops off markedly. Still, north of Papakura I'm tuned in. Thanks again. You are the only really different station around - a treasure!! Low advert level, excellent music, available on Net and in my car.
No adverts featuring that puke inducing "Dub Dub Dub. This station is high on the list of things that makes Auckland neat. I would like to propose a knighthood for Bruce Barclay. Just let me know if there's anything supportive I can do for you here in So Cal. Thanks again for all the good musical vibes. I sit at my computer most of the day and I just groove away AOL Address. Best translation from the Spanish I could do is I could not resist sending you my affectionate greeting, and thanking you for pleasant moments while I listened to the music.
I must say it is excellent! After living in Auckland, I am now hooked on coolblue in Southern California. I'm going to pass the word alot - around LA, etc. You provide such daily joy -such esoteric music and a wonderful blend. I'm hoping my daughter will develop a good ear and music education as she has always liked your station, too.
The play list and back up info is so good to have. Personally, I think it's the best station on the planet. The music is an idea mix of interesting and seldom heard hits. The style is quite hard to define since it's not always easy listening as defined by the genre. No, simply put, I love it. Try to stick around, you've got me hooked.
When it comes to music I listen to nothing else. Your programming is superb, well balanced and interesting. Thanks for offering such a fantastic format! I can't find the station in Wellington which really suxs because it's fantastic. Real class.
Thanks so much! The website is great, it keeps me informed with the playlist which actually encouraged me to listen more. Nice music and a pleasure to listen to. Please, please tell me, How can I tune in to Cool Blue on my radio Do I need to buy something that will enable me listen to you guys??? You really need to help me out here, otherwise I'll go mad. After So there, you've spoilt us Cool Blue fans, so the onus is on you to help me with this huge catastrophe, dilemma, call it what you like You must know it.
We might not do one more. Give us an encore. Oh, you sound like a chorus of angels. Am I having a stroke? As they leave, Martin says that Jeff Robinson made him this new guitar. It has a piece from his paleontological collection.
This is a mammoth tusk and it makes it sound prehistoric. It could be 80, years old. Sands never said a word to anyone, just stood in the doorway and glared if you parked in front of her house. The crowd whoops and Dave says that that is the appropriate sound for the new song. She also drums for the Samantha Martin Band. She is a wicked drummer and a knockout visual artist, too. It was a hit for them, why not us? Or Mikes who insist on being called Michael.
Where do I sign up? Dave announced the last new song of the night. There was one other that was better. They were so good. I loved them. I dream about them. Tim tells a story about opening for The Hip and getting ambivalent and odd crowds. We expected that. There was no abuse. But Dave B says they played in Quebec in purple and orange jackets and people laughed… they got it!
We should be bigger in Quebec. Martin says in New Brunswick somebody threw something at us. Martin says he picked it up and whipped it right back at them. And they go for an encore. The crowd is really into it and sings along.
Oh my God! Go to a library and take out one of his books. The new songs have been getting better and better, and the band is having a lot of fun up there.
Dave Clark is even being a bit more silly, but nothing like he was back in the old days. The flashbacks talk about how he and his best friend Spencer were marginal kids in school. Spencer in particular was a somewhat shunned individual—he could have been in the Trench Coat Mafia.
But while the narrator and Spencer shared the same views and ideas, the narrator passed more easily with the other kids. After decades of live Rheostatics shows, this one finally catches up to just one year ago today. Which means that after this four-night run, the only unmentioned shows from Rheostatics Live are ones from this past December. I really wanted to get to these shows in person, but four nights in May in Toronto is not easy for me to swing.
The sound quality is great and there is a ton of hilarious banter. Interestingly, the music sounds somewhat different with the keys and violin. Not radically different, but noticeable. No, your driving makes the most people nervous, but you are the opposite of the uptight driver. You dance with the car. He speaks of it lovingly as a good cross-section, of good and bad bands from the era. Bands were very diverse. There was no one style.
The music was free. I love that. So does my brother, John. This one is a bit more upbeat and folkie-sounding. Martin even acknowledges: I like that one, Tim. When you go hand-held, the stand is your friend.Read 2 from the story She Got Me Hooked! by Annieka13 (~N I E K S S👑~) with 9, reads. hurt, studxstud, thugs. ARI IN MEDIA. ARI POV.