"It's All In the Game" by Freddy Fender
Steve Miller Band:
CHILDREN OF THE FUTURE
BRAVE NEW WORLD
YOUR SAVING GRACE
"Red Hot River Valley" by the Firehouse Five finished_followed by "JA-DA",by the later line-up,the Firehouse Five Plus Two!!! These guys were Disney employees in their day gigs and included "Nine Old Men" members WardKimball and Frank Thomas.
Billy Jones and Ernest Hare (The Interwoven Pair?) singing Barney Google With His Goo Goo Googly Eyes!!! Guess what comic strip I was checking out the link here to:-)
There aanother version of the song on YT by Georgie Porgie-Apparently,the person didn't print the name-but it got cut off early.
"Maybe the People..." by Arthur Lee & Love, from their only live album I think.
Steve Miller Band:
...Anni-Frid Lyngstad singing " Mad About The Boy " , to a slideshow of Roddy McDowall , on YT.........I thought 'twould be Roddy HIMSELF singing it , but no such luck:-).........
...Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra , " Lt's Have Another Cigarette " , on YT...The thing is , I heard this song , I'm essentially sure in another version by a Big Band-era band that was , however , I believe more of a " sweet "/" danc band " outfit than berigan's - The , um , " square " version really seemed neat to me on a certain level , sort of like (here comes the comics connection here) a song you imagine playing in a THE INVADERS flashback to saying goodbyes during WWII.........What other versions oif this song might've been hits then ??? Particularly ones big enough hits to played on a Central Coast California " traditional " AM MOR station in 2012 ???
"Trouble Me" by 10,000 Maniacs
on the heels of "Trouble Man" by Marvin Gaye, "Trouble" by Over the Rhine and "Trouble" by Elvis Presley
up next: "Trouble No More" by Muddy Waters
Link Wray -- MR. GUITAR. 63 of his best songs!!!
"7 Weeks" by Pepper. Probably my favorite song of theirs.