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Come To The Sunshine
Andrew Sandoval brings the world into his record room
Come To The Sunshine #93 - The American Breed
November 04, 2013 06:00 PM PST
In a broadcast first aired on November 4, 2013, episode 93 of "Come To The Sunshine" features a full hour of fab 45's by Thor's Hammer, This Side Up, The Thomas Group, Sounds Of Modification, Steve Tudanger, The Excels, Mark Radice, The Common Cold, The Stained Glass, The Staccotos, Steve Elliot, Stone Poneys, featuring Linda Ronstadt, Jim Valley, Peter Thom, These Vizitors, Dave Berry, Harpers Bizarre, Danny Warner, The Coronados and Now.
Part two of the show features selections from Chicago's own American Breed all in original MONO mixes (not available digitally), plus rare commercials and productions.Come To The Sunshine #92 - The Swinging Blue Jeans
September 30, 2013 06:00 PM PDT
In an episode first aired September 30, 2013, host Andrew Sandoval spins rare mono singles from original 1960's vinyl by Randy Fuller, The Shots, The City Zu, Pinkerton's Assorted Colours, Sounds Of Modification, The Cowsills, The Twinn Connexion, The Hello People, Websters New Word, Cattanooga Cats, Jim Valley, Christopher Robin, The Tiffany System, Morning Sun, The Sound Sandwich, The Gentle Soul, Terry Fox, The Smoke Ring, Don & The Goodtimes and The Gordian Knot.
In part two of the program, "Come To The Sunshine" turns their artist spotlight onto Liverpool's Swinging Blue Jeans, including seldom heard selections, rare radio sessions and more.Come To The Sunshine #91 - featuring Paul & Barry Ryan
September 23, 2013 06:00 PM PDT
In an episode first aired on September 23, 2013, "Come To The Sunshine" program #91 features DJ Andrew Sandoval spinning rare and wonderful mono singles by The Cowsills, The Moon, The Asylum Choir, The Love Generation, Jackie DeShannon, The Rob Storme Group, The Tombstones, The Industrial Image, The Thyme, We The People..., Puppet Children, The Rumbles Ltd., Warren Schatz, Tommy James & The Shondells, Tommy Roe, Small Faces, Alan Price Set, Noel Harrison, The Children and The New Breed.
In part two, Andrew turns the "Come To The Sunshine" artist spotlight onto twin brothers, Paul & Barry Ryan with a selection of their '60s singles, album tracks, radio sessions and rare interviews.Come To The Sunshine #90 - The Lovin' Spoonful in MONO
September 16, 2013 06:00 PM PDT
DJ Andrew Sandoval salutes The Lovin' Spoonful, spinning more than forty original mono vinyl pressings of their music from 1965-1969.Come To The Sunshine #89 - featuring The Golden Earrings
September 09, 2013 08:43 PM PDT
In an episode first aired on September 9, 2013, DJ Host Andrew Sandoval presents a batch of singles in MONO by Tuneful Trolley, Gabriel & The Teenage Choir, The Shackelfords, The Groop, Dave Berry, The Sundowners, The Thomas Group, December's Children, Jimmy Boyd, The First Edition, Vigrass, Stephen Monahan, The Stained Glass, Tony's Tygers, L.T. Josie, The Innocence, Charles Ross III, The Doodle Town Pipers, Southwest F.O.B. & Noel Harrison. And in part two turns the "Come To The Sunshine" artist spotlight onto the music of The Golden Ear-rings (from 1965-1967).Come To The Sunshine #88 - The Five Americans
August 26, 2013 06:00 PM PDT
In an episode first broadcast August 26, 2013, host Andrew Sandoval plays twenty 1960's 45's collected from his recent travels through the United States working with The Monkees. These include singles by: The Berkeley Kites, The Lime, The Impact Express, The In-Keepers, The Scene, The Lovin', Crowd +1, Bazooka, The Long Brothers, Disciples of Shaftesbury, Bobby Lile, The Chips, Johnny Draper, The Fireballs, dRAKE, The Higher Elevation, The Hamilton Face Band, The Back Seat, The Downtown Collection and Crib & Ben.
Hour two features 20 slices of the Five Americans in MONO! Many of these sides have never appeared on CD, let alone in mono, and if you are not familiar with the songwriting of Mike Rabon, Norman Ezell & John Durrill, you are in for both an education and a treat. From Garage to Pop to Baroque to Psych to Bubblegum to Soft Pop to total Heavyocity, these five Americans pretty much did it all.Come To The Sunshine - Gordon Waller special
June 04, 2013 03:54 PM PDT
In an episode first aired on July 20, 2009 Andrew Sandoval's Internet radio program "Come To The Sunshine" pays tribute to the music, voice and memory of the late Gordon Waller. This special episode features vintage interviews, rare singles, live recordings and rarities from Waller and his duo, Peter & Gordon. All fans and friends of Peter & Gordon are sure to enjoy this rare and heartfelt selection of Gordon's work.Come To The Sunshine #87 - Brian Hyland
April 29, 2013 06:00 PM PDT
In an episode first aired on April 29, 2013, "Come To The Sunshine" #87 features an artist spotlight on singer AND songwriter, Brian Hyland.
Host Andrew Sandoval also spins original vinyl by Ray Chayfin; The Alan Bown!; The Cowsills; The Turtles; The 4 Seasons; The Byzantine Empire; Johnny Walsh; The Blossoms; The Moon; Spanky & Our Gang; The Blue Things; The Five Americans; Jesse Lee Kincaid; Michael Gately; The Capes Of Good Hope.
The Brian Hyland set features previously unissued tracks, as well as look at his collaborations with Del Shannon & The Street Corner Society.
A playlist can be found at www.cometothesunshine.comCome To The Sunshine #86 - The Who
April 11, 2013 12:50 AM PDT
In an episode first aired on April 8, 2013, host Andrew Sandoval presents nearly three hours of The Who. Focussing on their recordings from 1964-1969, included are rare mono mixes, Pete Townshend home demos and covers from the Merseys, Oscar, Hamilton, Twilights & the Barron Knights.
A full playlist is available at http://www.cometothesunshine.com/id125.htmlCome To The Sunshine - A discussion with Larry Marks
April 04, 2013 01:34 AM PDT
In an episode first aired on March 11, 2013, host Andrew Sandoval conducts an exclusive discussion with the late producer/composer/artist, Larry Marks. The interview includes details on composing "Shadows And Reflections" with Tandyn Almer, a song covered by The Action (as produced by George Martin). Larry's fascinating entree into the world of songwriting and production in the Los Angeles music scene of the mid-1960's. Composing for Frank Sinatra and signing with his publishing company (including a collaboration with Sammy Cahn). Producing at the famed Gold Star Studios and collaborating with the "wrecking crew" of session musicians (such as Leon Russell). Composing the song "Glass" as covered by Sagittarius and produced by Gary Usher. How Larry collaborated with other songwriters, like Ernie Sheldon and Sammy Cahn. Marks role as a staff producer at Columbia. His early releases for the label such as Sonny Oceans (a.k.a. Gary Weiss - director of The Rutles) and Keith Allison's "Action, Action, Action." Recording at Columbia Square on Sunset Blvd. with engineer Ray Gerhardt. Producing British duo Chad & Jeremy's hit "Distant Shores" (and meeting their bassist/songwriter/manager Jim Guercio). Producing Gene Clark's solo debut single, the masterpiece "Echoes" (including Leon Russell's mesmerizing orchestral arrangement). Songwriter/producer/artist Johnny Walsh's fantastic one-off single for Columbia, "The End," composed by Ian Whitcomb. Jamie And The Jury (a group that recorded for a few labels) and their catchy 45, "This Too Shall Pass." Larry Marks' forced move from Columbia to A&M and signing the Merry-Go-Round. The generosity and culture of Herb Albert & Jerry Moss. Producing Emitt Rhodes & The Merry-Go-Round recordings such as "She Laughed Loud" and "Missing You" (which he composed). Studio aggregation The Garden Club's "Little Girl Lost-And-Found" (which featured songwriter Ruthann Friedman as vocalist). The Merry-Go-Round's lack of national success. Producing Southern California's West Coast Branch for their A&M release, "Colors Of My Life." Working with Phil Ochs and producing his Pleasures Of The Harbor album (selections of which are presented in rare mono mixes), which represented a stylistic shift for the singer-songwriter. Working at A&M studios and mastering with Bernie Grundman. Phil's fascination with Lenny Bruce. Larry Mark's own single on A&M: "L.A. Break Down (And Take Me In)." Producing the Flying Burrito Brothers seminal debut album with engineer Henry Lewy (and the fuzz pedal steel sound of Sneaky Pete). A reunion with Gene Clark and producing the albums of Dilllard & Clark and the single "Why Not Your Baby." Larry Marks' departure from A&M to focus on his family and his amp company Acoustic, as well as eventual move to Warner Bros. pictures.
Larry Marks passed away on February 24, 2013 - his music lives on.
A full playlist of this program is available @ http://www.cometothesunshine.com/id122.html
Grammy nominated producer/engineer, Andrew Sandoval, brings the world into his magical record room for an array of rarities, hidden gems and mono minutiae. He calls it "Come To The Sunshine," and for the last five years, thousands of worldwide listeners have.
Born in Santa Monica, California Andrew P. Sandoval is a songwriter, musician, author and Grammy nominated producer and engineer. As a reissue producer, Sandoval has worked on releases by such artists as The Beach Boys, Bee Gees, The Kinks, The Monkees, The Band, Elvis Costello, Big Star, Chris Bell, Jan & Dean, The Cyrkle, Left Banke, Love, Pretty Things, Elton John, The Troggs, Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders, P.F. Sloan, The Everly Brothers, Manfred Mann, Three Dog Night, The Zombies, Gene Clark, Tom Jones, The Grass Roots, Roger McGuinn, The Hollies, Blues Magoos, The Beau Brummels, The Turtles, Tommy James & The Shondells and The Easybeats.
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