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United States United States. DJ since Feb 4, 2009
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CaryB Friday mornin' good vibes and all... you know you like it slow and extra-weird... I'm here for ya, baby, aww yeah...
CaryB Smithereens Lite - sweet little tune, with strings and Belinda Carlisle on harmony - from "11"
CaryB sometimes plain ol' rock & roll doesn't get its due. But if it's guitar, bass, drums, solid vocals, and good songwriting you like, here ya go.
CaryB another classic from New Jersey's Mighty Mighty Smithereens
CaryB these guys always give it their all in concert. Working on a new album!

The Smithereens- A Girl Like You

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CaryB allo! Les Prisoners!


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CaryB more garagey stuff from Graham Day, whose voice sorta reminds me of Pat DiNizio
CaryB @Haaz - thx 4 the heads-up on these guys. This one sounds a lot better
CaryB @joechapman - if you like My Latest Novel, you oughta dig the Go-Betweens
CaryB much newer material here. Beautiful and quirky and stringy. Much like me...
CaryB Brenda Lee's comin' on strong! One more big hit from the early sebmdees and then I'm movin' on...
CaryB more proof that there's nothing wrong with chart-topping pop songs. From 1974. And no, this ain't LEON Redbone, it's just Redbone. Jeez.
CaryB nice cover of the Norman Greenbaum classic by my buds in the Headhunters
CaryB the sad tale of Emmaline - from 1974, just before the pop charts melted down into an unrecognizable blob of goo unworthy of attention

Hot ChocolateEmma

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CaryB I remember (and loved) the Graham Central Station version of this from the mid-70s, but this is the gorgeous, longer, more laid-back original
CaryB what could be a more important cause than this one?
CaryB and the mess that started it all...
CaryB with a sax-guitar-organ triple assault that defies description, James Chance asks you to contort yourself (into something funky)
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