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Come To The Sunshine
Andrew Sandoval brings the world into his record room
Come To The Summertime
August 31, 2012 01:25 PM PDT
First aired June 30, 2008, "Come To The Summertime" is the first of two "Come To The Sunshine" summer spectaculars. This installment features summer themed music by:
Bruce and Terry/Mark Eric/Harmony Grass/The Street Corner Society/The Beach Boys/The Love Generation/Los Iberos/The Two Of Each/The Bystanders/The Ragamuffins/Saturday's Photograph/The Monkees/Love/The Zombies/The Bee Gees/Donovan/Chad & Jeremy/The Bee Gees/The Kinks/Bobby Fuller/The Rip Chords/The Wildcats/The Relations/The Imaginations/Jan & Dean/The Pyramid/The Ivy League/The Freshmen/Brian Hyland
The show's album spotlight features the entire "Tell 'Em I'm Surfin'" album by the Fantastic Baggys in MONO! A mix that is thus far unissued on CD. If you don't know this record, you are in for a Beach
This program also coincides with host Andrew Sandoval's drive to save homeless cats and kittens by donating to kittenrescue.org Summer is a tough season for felines, many are born without homes and pets of all ages seem to flood the shelters this time of year. Moreover, the recent economic downturn has had a cruel effect of leaving once loved house pets behind as forgotten furniture in foreclosed homes. You can make a difference by donating your time or money to save an animal this summer.
A full playlist is available at http://cometothesunshine.com/id59.htmlCome To The Sunshine #29 featuring Steve and Stevie and Tin Tin
July 23, 2012 09:52 PM PDT
First aired Monday, September 10th, 2007, episode #29 of "Come To The Sunshine" marked the one year anniversary of host Andrew Sandoval's sixties inspired radio program.
The first hour of this program featured a wonderful selection of vinyl 45's from: The Wishbone/Strimbling Blimbles/The Pyramid/Smokey & His Sister/The Monopoly/The Ivy League/Max Frost & The Troopers/The Idle Race/Dino, Desi & Billy/Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart/The Zephyrs/Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs/Ike & Tine Turner/The Sunday Funnies
Hour two featured an artist spotlight on songwriter/musicians Steve Kipner and Steve Grove, whose first album Steve & Stevie is played in full, in addition to selection from their Maurice Gibb produced long player
A full playlist is available at www.cometothesunshine.comCome To The Sunshine #79 - Come To The Summertime, Too!
September 01, 2012 08:06 PM PDT
In an episode first aired July 16, 2012 host Andrew Sandoval presents "Come To The Sunshine" episode #79, the second seasonal installment of "Come To The Summertime, Too" featuring music from The Higher Elevation/The Fresh Windows/Lesley Gore/Katch 22/The Lovin' Spoonful/The Whispers/The Stephen Crane Village/The Hondells/The Clockwatchers/The Outsiders featuring Sonny Geraci/The Peppermint Trolley Company/Misty Morn/The California Poppy Pickers/Butterscotch/Sandy Posey/The Kinks/Love/The Swinging Blue Jeans/Peter & Gordon/Sonny & Cher/ Toast/Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera/John Carter & Russ Alquist/West/The Bonzo Dog Band/Brian Wilson/Gary Zekely/The Tokens/Adam, Mike & Tim/The Happenings/The Zombies/The Pyramid/The Bee Gees/Claudine Longet/Barry Gibb/The New Sound Spectrum/Twice As Much/The Beach Boys.Come To The Sunshine #78 featuring Jan and Dean
July 09, 2012 05:25 PM PDT
First broadcast July 9, 2012 "Come To The Sunshine" episode #78 features 20 vintage mono 45's direct from vinyl as well as an artist spotlight on the late '60s and early '70s recordings of Jan Berry and Dean Torrence.
Your host, Andrew Sandoval, brings you singles by: The Five Americans/The Spencer Davis Group/The Rokes/The Robb Storme Group/The Love Generation/The Alan Bown!/Tommy James And The Shondells/The Roulettes/Brian Hyland/The Unforscene/The American Breed/The U.S. Males/Back Porch Majority/Phil Ochs/Don Agrati (Don Grady)/Oliver/Curt Boettcher/The Cats/The Eastern Scene/Popcorn Blizzard
Playlist at www.cometothesunshine.comCome To The Sunshine #33 - The World Of Gary Zekley (featuring Don Grady)
July 01, 2012 10:47 PM PDT
First aired January 21, 2008, episode #33 of "Come To The Sunshine" finds host Andrew Sandoval exploring the amazing world of producer/songwriter Gary Zekley (a.k.a. Yodar Critch) and his group the Yellow Balloon (including My Three Son's Don Grady as "Luke R. Yoo"). Find out what it is all about and hear recordings by:
Jan & Dean/Alder Ray/The Visions/Gary Zekley/The Group/Young Stuff/The Puppet/The Fun & Games/The Looking Glass/Simon Dupree & The Big Sound/Price & Walsh/The Clique/The Yellow Baloon/Don Grady (with and without the Windupwatchband)/The Simple Image/The Grass Roots + an essential album spotlight featuring the not-avaialble-on-CD, original MONO mix of 1967's "Yellow Balloon" album by the Yellow Balloon!
Listen to these Good Feelin' Times; a full playlist is available at www.cometothesunshine.comCome To The Sunshine Brian Wilson 70th Birthday Special
June 19, 2012 11:16 AM PDT
In an episode first aired Monday, June 18, 2012, "Come To The Sunshine" salutes Brian Wilson in honor of his 70th birthday. This two-hour audio assemblage features Brian solo tracks, his work with the Beach Boys, productions for Spring, the Honeys, Glen Campbell and covers from Redwood and the Laughing Gravy.Harry Nilsson Birthday Special - Come To The Sunshine #22
June 15, 2012 06:17 AM PDT
In an episode first aired on June 18, 2007, "Come To The Sunshine" episode #22 celebrates the early work of Harry Nilsson (in honor of what would have been his 66th birthday).
The first half of the program is dedicated to Harry's music from 1965-1970 with demos, session work (The Family Tree/The Addrisi Brothers), covers (Herb Alpert, Astrud Gilberto, Ella Fitzgerald, Michael Nesmith), interviews, commercials and assorted rarities.
In hour two, host Andrew Sandoval brings you Nilsson's Pandemonium Shadow Show and Ariel
A full playlist is available at www.cometothesunshine.comCome To The Sunshine #62 - Curt Boettcher birthday retrospective
March 23, 2012 01:44 PM PDT
A "Come To The Sunshine" favorite first aired on January 4, 2010, the show's tribute to late great producer/songwriter/arranger Curt Boettcher was timed to honor his birthday. Episode #62 features more than two hours of superb music with host Andrew Sandoval's selection of Curt's mid-'60s productions, collaborations and assorted rarities with such artists as:
Lee Mallory/The Association/The Ballroom/Jacobson & Tansley/Jameson/Tommy Roe/Gene Clark/The Brothers Cain/The Millennium/The Bootiques/Something Young/Sandy Salisbury/Curt Boettcher/Eternity's Children/The Oracle/Sagittarius/Gary & Ray/Ray Whitley/The Candy Company/The Goodtime Singers/The Mother Love/The Plastic People/Action Unlimited/The Sunshine Company/The Hep Stars
A full playlist is available at http://cometothesunshine.com/id84.html
Follow us on Twitter @cometothesunCome To The Sunshine #68 - The Byrds
March 16, 2012 01:17 PM PDT
First aired January 31, 2011 episode 68 of "Come To The Sunshine" was touted as "perhaps the best episode of this continuing series" by host Andrew Sandoval. He may have been right seeing as this program features more than two hours of wonderful and rare recordings by the Byrds, Gene Clark and Dillard & Clark. On deck are powerful original vinyl 45 and LP mono mixes, alternate stereo versions, acetates and vintage interviews with Jim, Gene, David, Chris and Michael.
A full playlist is available at http://cometothesunshine.com/id92.html and don't forget to like "Come To The Sunshine" on facebook or follow Andrew's updates on twitter @cometothesun.
We'll Meet Again....Come To The Sunshine #19 Herman's Hermits
March 10, 2012 10:50 AM PST
First aired March 19, 2007, episode #19 of Andrew Sandoval's "Come To The Sunshine" features more than two hours of Manchester's finest, Herman's Hermits (Peter, Barry, Lek, Keith & Karl). Our host spins the cream of the crop of the Hermits' recorded legacy: an album spotlight on their 1967 masterwork BLAZE (in MONO no less); a peek at their unissued covers album from '68 (anyone for the Hermits' rockin' spin on "Rock And Roll Woman" - we kid you not); plus loads or rare and unusually wonderful tracks.
Make no mistake: it may be two of the best, least pretentious hours of music you'll hear all year.
Meet me under the whale at the Natural History Museum,
March 07, 2012 09:54 AM PST
Join Monkees historian Andrew Sandoval for a very special installment of his show "Come To The Sunshine" saluting the music of Davy Jones. He'll be spinning Davy favorites and Monkees rarities, alternate mixes and interviews. Plus, Andrew will take a look at the four releases on Davy's custom 1967 label: Davy Jones Presents (including sides by Vinnie Basile, Randy Johnson, The Relations and comedian Dickie Goodman).Come To The Sunshine #12 - The Hollies
February 23, 2012 01:41 PM PST
First broadcast January 15th, 2007 episode #12 of "Come To The Sunshine" features two very full hours of '60s rarities, radio sessions, covers and aural ephemera from the one and only HOLLIES. Highlights include a January 1967 trip to the recording studio explaining how the band made their records; all the Clarke/Hicks/Nash written tracks from the Everly Brothers "Two Yanks In England" album in mono (it has only been on CD previously in stereo); tracks from Hollies protege's such as the Societe and the Mirage; Covers from Keith, Episode Six, Dana Gillespie and the Piccadilly Line; even the rarest of the rare - a Hollies rip off track by the Klan called "Fifi The Fly" (stolen lock stock and barrel from the Hollies' "Fifi The Flea"). Set your dial for Ransford/Gralto '60s magic and "Try It" now.
Everything is sunshine,
February 14, 2012 11:10 AM PST
First aired February 8, 2010, this edition of Internet radio's "Come To The Sunshine" is a special Valentine's themed episode. Host Andrew Sandoval spins music by Cilla Black, The Merry-Go-Round, Parade, Billy Nicholls, Del Shannon, Jackie DeShannon, The Fourmost, Kinks, Who, Bee Gees, Grapefruit, Los Bravos, Zombies, Action, The Alan Price Set, Pete Dello, Dusty Springfield, Twice As Much, the Bobby Fuller Four, Nirvana, Turtles, Association, Searchers, the Escorts, and many more!
A full playlist is available on www.cometothesunshine.comCome To The Sunshine #59 - The Kinks
February 04, 2012 12:56 PM PST
Greetings from the Daviesland Village Green -
February 02, 2012 02:30 PM PST
First aired August 15th, 2011 "Come To The Sunshine" show 72 Moves to the sound of Roy Wood, Carl Wayne, Trevor Burton, Bev Bevan, Ace Kefford, Rick Price and Jeff Lynne. Yes, its THE MOVE!
This spectacular spotlight features two hours of rare radio recordings, vintage vinyl and astounding covers from Birmingham's finest, The Move. Host Andrew Sandoval also spins Move related recordings and covers from Idle Race, Lemon Tree, Sheridan/Rick Price, Acid Gallery, The Casuals, Equipe 84 & Tom Northcott.
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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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