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Come To The Sunshine 66 - The Action
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August 21, 2017 10:59 AM PDT
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In an episode first aired on November 8, 2010: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins 45's by Peter Sarstedt, Kippington Lodge, Colours, Charlotte Russe, The Yankee Dollar, Fringe Benefits, Orange Colored Sky, The Giant Sunflower, High Society, Euphoria, The Byrds, The Fantastic Zoo, The Robbs, The Family, A Small World, Eddie Hodges, The Jay Five, The Wreck-A-Mended, The New Establishment and Mark Eric.

In part two, he turns the Sunshine spotlight onto more than an hour of London's The Action. Included in this artist profile are the band's original single mixes which have yet to reappear digitally, along with other rarities!
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Come To The Sunshine 118 - featuring The Hobbits
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July 11, 2017 06:54 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on July 10, 2017: episode 118 of DJ Andrew Sandoval's Come To The Sunshine features singles by Gary Knight; Lemon Pipers; The What Four; Barry Gordon; San Francisco Earthquake; The Beaver Patrol; Wishful Thinking; Nobody's Children; Bennie Thomas; The Trophies; M.P.D. Limited; Marty Rhone; Russ Alquist; The Escorts; Lothar And The Hand People; Tony Rivers & The Castaways; Solid Gold Bubble; Bob Morrison; Feather; Tom Northcott.

In part 2, a triple album spotlight on The Hobbits. Featuring selections from their two Decca albums - Down To Middle Earth & Men And Doors - IN MONO! Plus, stereo offerings from The New Hobbits' Back From Middle Earth long player, rare Jimmy Curtiss solo singles as well as a wonderful non-LP side from The Hobbits.

Come To The Sunshine 117 - Harold Bronson's My British Invasion
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July 03, 2017 04:48 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired July 3, 2017: DJ Andrew Sandoval talks with author, Harold Bronson. They discuss his new book - MY BRITISH INVASION, as well as growing up in Los Angeles and a shared fascination with British music.

The show includes selections by: The Roulettes, The Ivy League, The Yardbirds, The Eyes, The Zombies, Peter & Gordon, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks, The Troggs, The Thoughts, A Wild Uncertainty, Manfred Mann, The Bats, The Smoke, Double Feature, Unit 4+ 2, The Merseys, Spencer Davis Group, Ian Whitcomb, Paul Jones, The Hollies, Herman's Hermits, The Move & Argent.

COME TO THE SUNSHINE can be heard by visiting https://wfmu.org - clicking on LISTEN selecting ROCK 'N' SOUL ICHIBAN, hitting the schedule link, going to the Come To The Sunshine page and selecting the episode. There you will find a chat feature and live playlist! There is also a very easy to use phone app if you are on the go.

Come To The Sunshine 116 - Anthony & The Imperials
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June 26, 2017 04:59 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on June 26, 2017, DJ Andrew Sandoval presents show #116 of his “Come To The Sunshine” series.

It features 45's from mono vinyl by: Bob Morrison; Mike Rabin & The Demons; The Leaves Of Grass; Tony Rivers and the Castaways; Barry Mann; The Majority; Don Lee Wilson; The Renaissance; Rick Nelson; The Tony Jackson Group; The New Wing Featuring DAVY PETERS & Music by The Sons Of Adam; The Loose Ends; Love Society; One; The Lime; Tom Northcott; Lords Of London; Chris McClure; San Francisco Earthquake; The Collection.

In part two, an artist spotlight on Anthony & The Imperials, sheds light on their post-1966 recordings (when they dropped the "Little" from their moniker and explored straight-up soft pop and even baroque sounds, ala the Left Banke with producer Teddy Randazzo). A fascinating glimpse into yet another 1950's artist making contemporary '60s music.

Come To The Sunshine 115 - The Songs Of Mann/Weil
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June 12, 2017 03:45 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired June 12, 2017: DJ Andrew Sandoval spotlights the songs of Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil, with rare selections by Max Frost & The Troopers; The Stained Glass; Barry Mann; Paul Revere & The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay; Del Shannon; Keith Allison; Chad & Jeremy; Dave Berry; The Paris Sisters; The Ronettes; Nino Tempo & April Stevens; The Executives; The Lovin’ Spoonful; The Crystals; Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders; The Beach Boys; The Everly Brothers; Twice As Much with Vashti; Harper's Bizarre; Bergen White; Barry Gordon; The Monkees; Dusty Springfield; Neil McArthur; The Animals; The Shadows; Bruce & Terry; The Dave Clark Five; The New Dawn; Mama Cass; Lulu; Herman's Hermits; The Fortunes; Nancy Priddy; The Will-o-bees

Come To The Sunshine 114 featuring Billy Fury
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June 05, 2017 05:02 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on WFMU's Rock & Soul Ichiban on June 5, 2017big smileJ Andrew Sandoval presents Come To The Sunshine spinning twenty 1960's singles direct from mono vinyl by: Click; Hudsen Bay Co.; Hedgehoppers Anonymous; Tony Jackson; Matthew Moore Plus Four; One; Bennie Thomas; The Oxfords; The "D"-Men; Bryllig & The Nymbol Swabes; San Francisco Earthquake; The Moon Rakers; Hank Shifter; The Others; The Trophies; The Loose Ends; The Music Fair; Friday Brown; Noah’s Ark; Forever Children

In part two, Andrew lifts the lid on Billy Fury's incredible archive of late 1960's recordings for EMI. Fury rocks, pops and definitely pop-psych's through a number of under-appreciated and initially unissued sides.

Come To The Sunshine 113 The Knickerbockers
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May 29, 2017 05:07 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on May 29, 2017: Andrew Sandoval’s “Come To The Sunshine” is a trip to the Grammy-nominated producer’s record room. The producer and compiler of entries in the legendary Nuggets series hand picks vinyl 45’s for your listening pleasure. This week hear rare spins of The Surprise Package; The Tony Jackson Group; The Power Plant; Freddy Cannon; The Avengers; Merrell Fankhauser & Hms Bounty; M.F.Q.; Patrick & Paul; The Bachelors; Kenny Everett; The Oxfords; Robin Kingsley; The Pineapple Heard; The Bluebeards; The Uglys; The Second City Sound; Herbie's People; Billy J. Kramer; The Wheelbarrow; Richard Kim Milford.

In part two, Andrew turns the Sunshine spotlight on to The Knickerbockers for an hour of their fantastic work.

Come To The Sunshine is now heard live, every Monday on WFMU’s Rock & Soul Ichiban at 3pacific/6eastern/11pm GMT. A full playlist of this show is available on www.cometothesunshine.com

Memorial Day Flash Special - Return To Pepperland
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May 26, 2017 10:13 AM PDT
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A personal remembrance from DJ Andrew Sandoval: "I grew up in a Beatle obsessed household that was mostly glued to KHJ 93 in beautiful Boss Angeles. Forty years ago, my parents taped a multi-part history of The Beatles "The Long And Winding Road" which was never repeated anywhere. It colored my observations and historical knowledge of The Beatles, with fantastic interviews from Mal Evans, John Lennon, Dick James & Derek Taylor.

I have excerpted the 1967 Pepper segment for you to hear. Hosted by Dr. John Leader (who was with KHJ from 1975-1977), it is a truly fascinating time capsule. Listen out for Mal Evans explaining how he co-wrote a few of the songs on The Beatles landmark classic album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (released fifty years ago this week).

Come To The Sunshine 112 featuring Scott Mckenzie
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May 01, 2017 04:48 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on May 1, 2017 - DJ Andrew Sandoval presents 1960's singles by Billy J. Kramer; Mark Radice; The Girls From Petticoat Junction; The Jaguars; The Marianne; The Hobbits; The Purple Cucumber; Herbie's People; Patrick & Paul; Kris Jensen; Somebody's Image; The Renaissance; Freddy Cannon; The Executives; The Subterranean Monastery; Bristol Boxkite; Tony Jackson and The Vibrations; Eddie Hodges; Mickey Rooney, Jr.; and Deane Hawley

In hour two, he turns the Sunshine artist spotlight onto Scott McKenzie, with a full hour of his music in MONO. Including an album spotlight on his ODE debut from 1967: The Voice Of Scott McKenzie, as well as rare pre & post non-LP 45's.

Come To The Sunshine 111 UNI label 50th Anniversary
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April 17, 2017 10:49 AM PDT
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In an episode first aired April 17, 2017: DJ Andrew Sandoval celebrates the 50th anniversary of the UNI record label.

Launched in January 1967 as a hip imprint for MCA, Sandoval surveys 60 singles by 43 artists spanning UNI's first five years of production. All songs are presented in their original mixes from original UNI 45's.

You'll hear selections by The Daily Flash; The Rainy Daze; The Factory; Marcia Strassman; The Boenzee Cryque; The Osmond Brothers; The Pleasure Fair; Strawberry Alarm Clock; David Essex; Emil Richards & The Factory; Patrick & Paul; The Visions; The Looking Glass; The Foundations; The Sonics, The Yellow Payges; Tim Gilbert; Candy Graham; Michael Procyszyn; Rabbit Mackay; The Hook; Neil Diamond; The Fun And Games; Orange Colored Sky; Consortium; Dino, Desi & Billy; Desmond Dekker & The Aces; Giant Crab; Michael J. James; Fever Tree; John Fred & His Playboy Band; The Great Love Trip; Robin Hood Brians; The Cascades; Johnny Garrett & The Rising Sons; Davey Payne; Pat Shannon; Brian Hyland; The High & Mighty; Jiminy Crikitt; Racheal & The Strawberry Shephards; Olivia Newton-John; Tom Northcott.

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