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Buried Treasure Show #183 (NEW), Season 8 / Show 9, airing November 7-11 , 2013

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  • November 08, 2013
    Buried Treasure Show #183 (NEW), Season 8 / Show 9, airing November 7-11 , 2013

    Buried Treasure Show #183 (NEW), Season 8 / Show 9, airing November 7-11 , 2013


    The Beatles I Want To Hold Your Hand Past Masters
    The Beatles Twist And Shout Please Please Me
    The Dave Clark Five Glad All Over The Hits
    The Kinks You Really Got Me The Singles Collection
    Nashville Teens Tobacco Road Tobacco Road
    The Rolling Stones Not Fade Away England's Newest Hitmakers
    The Rolling Stones Little Red Rooster The Rolling Stones, Now!
    Manfred Mann Do Wah Diddy Down The Road Apiece: Their EMI Recordings 1963-1966
    Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames Yeh Yeh The In Crowd: The Ultimate Mod Collection From The Original Style Movement 1958-1967
    Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas I'll Be On My Way The Very Best of Billy J. Kramer
    Herman's Hermits I'm Into Something Good Retrospective
    The Animals The House Of The Rising Son Retrospective
    The Animals We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Retrospective
    Gerry and The Pacemakers It's Gonna Be Alright At Abbey Road 1963-1966
    The Hollies Here I Go Again 30th Anniversary Collection
    The Moody Blues Go Now! The Best of The Moody Blues
    The Swinging Blue Jeans Hippy Hippy Shake Hippy Hippy Shake – The Definitive Collection
    Them Gloria Them
    The Zombies She's Not There The Zombies
    The Yardbirds For Your Love Ultimate!
    The Who Substitute (U.S. Single Version) The Ultimate Collection

    Click here to listen to this week's show.  

    (You must be logged in as a Highway Companions Club member to access this show on TomPetty.com).   
     
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on Fri, 2013-11-08 16:26

Buried Treasure Show #183 (NEW), Season 8 / Show 9, airing November 7-11 , 2013


The Beatles I Want To Hold Your Hand Past Masters
The Beatles Twist And Shout Please Please Me
The Dave Clark Five Glad All Over The Hits
The Kinks You Really Got Me The Singles Collection
Nashville Teens Tobacco Road Tobacco Road
The Rolling Stones Not Fade Away England's Newest Hitmakers
The Rolling Stones Little Red Rooster The Rolling Stones, Now!
Manfred Mann Do Wah Diddy Down The Road Apiece: Their EMI Recordings 1963-1966
Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames Yeh Yeh The In Crowd: The Ultimate Mod Collection From The Original Style Movement 1958-1967
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas I'll Be On My Way The Very Best of Billy J. Kramer
Herman's Hermits I'm Into Something Good Retrospective
The Animals The House Of The Rising Son Retrospective
The Animals We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Retrospective
Gerry and The Pacemakers It's Gonna Be Alright At Abbey Road 1963-1966
The Hollies Here I Go Again 30th Anniversary Collection
The Moody Blues Go Now! The Best of The Moody Blues
The Swinging Blue Jeans Hippy Hippy Shake Hippy Hippy Shake – The Definitive Collection
Them Gloria Them
The Zombies She's Not There The Zombies
The Yardbirds For Your Love Ultimate!
The Who Substitute (U.S. Single Version) The Ultimate Collection

Click here to listen to this week's show.  

(You must be logged in as a Highway Companions Club member to access this show on TomPetty.com).   
 

Comments

relayer2's picture

Tom - PLEASE do more British Invasion shows!! LOVED it!! These are the songs I grew up with and changed the way I listened to music. These are also the songs that launched a new generation that will never be recreated. Thanks for helping to revive this unforgettable era in music! More 60's please!! 

elrey666's picture

Hi, I was listening to Tom on the Buried Treasure show last week on XM Radio.  He mentioned that Herman's Hermits were the number 2 selling British Invasion Band after the Beatles.  I can't find anything to verify this and the best I see them selling on any list I could find was number 10.  I did like HH and was just surprised they sold so well.  Actually only liked a couple of their songs and liked the Animals and Kinks much more from that period. 

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This was a GREAT show for driving and a sing-along. Tom, if it was up to me you could do shows of this caliber every week for us that are death’s doormat…. ;-) Thanks for remembering the GOOD TIMES in the music!

mysticmountain007's picture

Tom...takes me back to our time...60's. A great time for falling in love. These songs were instrumental in helping us to do just that! A love affair that has
lasted a lifetime!!!