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Come To The Sunshine 164 - Roger Nichols
January 28, 2020 11:47 AM PST
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In an episode first aired on January 27, 2020: DJ Andrew Sandoval features singles by Claudine Longet, The Fifth Estate, The Coronados, The Goodthings, The Birdwatchers, The Flock, The Changin' Times, The Waphphle, The Underground, Dick Campbell, The Tygers, The Changing Image, The Spokesmen, The Tuesday Club, Bobby Ray, Camp Hilltop, The Byzantine Empire, The Springfield Rifle, Harry's Group and The Chuck Barris Syndicate.

In part two, he explores the work of composer/producer/arranger, Roger Nichols. Including performances by The Sundowners, Two Of Each, Roger Nichols & The Small Circle Of Friends, The Monkees, The First Edition, Royalty, The Match, Linda Ball, Tony Scotti and Harpers Bizarre.

Come To The Sunshine 163 - The Fortunes
January 22, 2020 10:06 AM PST
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In an episode first aired on January 20, 2020: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins a spectacular selection of sixties pop obscurities by The Springfield Rifle, Bobby Vee & The Strangers, Saturday's Children, The Clive Allan Orchestra & Singers, Billie Davis, The Gates Of Eden, The Majority, Sunny Four, The Sixpentz, The Rites, The New Tradition, The San Souci Sensational Six, Jamie, The Pipe Dream, Queen Anne's Lace, The In Crowd, The Rogues, The Sunrays, The Razor's Edge, The Do's And The Dont's.

In part two, he turns the Sunshine Spotlight on to England's Fortunes, a gifted harmony combo. On deck are a number of self-written rarities, live radio recordings and interviews covering the band's work in the mid-to-late 1960s.

Come To The Sunshine 162 - The Bats
January 13, 2020 10:36 PM PST
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In an episode first aired on January 13, 2020: IDJ Andrew Sandoval spins sixties singles by Trans Atlantic Train, The Restless Feelin's, Merrell Fankhauser & The 'Xiles, Billy & The Kid, Sumpin' Else, Willie And The Walkers, Nobody's Children, The Wailers, The Transatlantics, Patrick, The Lancastrians, The Motives, Barry Darvel, Teddy & The Pandas, The Reasons Why, The Freeborne, Flair, The Poets, The Sandpipers and The Joyride.

In part two, he turns the Sunshine artist spotlight onto South African combo, The Bats. They made six albums and copious singles in the 1960's in South Africa and the UK. Ranging from tough beat, to transcendent pop and light psych.

Come To The Wintertime - Volume Three
December 23, 2019 12:16 PM PST
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In an episode first aired December 4, 2017: DJ Andrew Sandoval presents VOLUME 3 of Come To The Wintertime - 40 seasonal sounds from the sixties, including music by The Hep Stars; Zion DeGallier; Chris & Peter Allen; Ronny & The Daytonas; The Boys Next Door; The Beach Boys; The Happenings; Margo Guryan; The Royal Guardsman, The Brothers; Cream; Bobby Goldsboro; Brian Hyland; The Wailers; Saturday's Children; Bob Morrison; Sagittarius; The 4 Seasons; The Knickerbockers; The American Revolution; The Soul Survivors; Society's Children; The Household; The Chicago Loop; Nino Tempo & April Stevens; Fountain Of Youth; Harpers Bizarre; The Cryan' Shames; Simon & Garfunkel; Benjamin Carry Ltd.; Jan & Lorraine; Toast; The Eighth Day; The Tokens; Winston's Fumbs; The Blades Of Grass; The Roman Rebellion; The Barracuda; Attic Sounds; The Iveys; The Ronettes; Beverly & Cary Grant.
A full playlist is available here:

Come To The Wintertime - Volume Two
December 23, 2019 12:03 PM PST
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In an episode first aired on December 19, 2011: DJ Andrew Sandoval presents Come To The Sunshine's Winter Too edition. The show is a handpicked assortment of songs covering our musical ground with snow, sleet and Christmas cheer - featuring such artists as: Tommy Roe/Wendy & Bonnie/The Lovin' Spoonful/Herman's Hermits/The Flies/The Roman Rebellion/The Furnacemen/The Carnival/The Everly Brothers/The Capes Of Good Hope/Steve & Stevie/The Montage/The Bee Gees/Forever Amber/The Tremeloes/The Cyrkle/Vashti/Stone Poneys/Peter & Gordon/Gene Clark/Harmony Grass/Two And A Half/The Majority/Carole King/Twice As Much/The Flirtations/Darlene Love/Marvin Gaye/The Beach Boys/The Turtles/The Hondells/Jan & Dean/The Boys Next Door/The Ivy League/Paul Revere & The Raiders/Claudine Longet/Nilsson/The Hep Stars Even if you collect these kinds of records, there are surprises in store with vintage seasonal radio commercials and other wonderful treats.

A full playlist is available here: http://cometothesunshine.com/playlists-special-winter-too/

Come To The Wintertime - Volume One
December 23, 2019 11:53 AM PST
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In an episode first aired on December 4, 2006: DJ Andrew Sandoval presents his first winter themed selection of songs in the show's debut special: "Come To The Wintertime." Songs of rain, snow and occasional cheer dominate the playlist, including music by: Simon & Garfunkel, The Grass Roots, The Kinks, The Hollies, Mamas & Papas, The Jam, Beach Boys, XTC, The Everly Brothers, The Left Banke, The Cowsills, The Move, Herman's Hermits, Sunshine Company, Ivy League, Simon Dupree & The Big Sound, Dion & The Wanderers, Smokey & His Sister, The Turtles, Spanky & Our Gang, Rainy Day Friends, Buffalo Springfield, The City, Nilsson, The Christmas Spirit, The Who, The Bee Gees, Keith West, Claudine Longet, The Sunrays, Turquoise, The Variations, Big Star, The Monkees & The Zombies A full playlist is available is here:http://cometothesunshine.com/playlists-winter-special06/

Come To The Sunshine 161 - The Fireballs
November 25, 2019 04:01 PM PST
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In an episode first aired on November 25, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins 20 exquisite 45's by Emergency Exit, The Jaybees, The Roulettes, Bobby Gallant, The Freshmen, The New Breed, The International Submarine Band, The Flying Circus, Paul Stoop, Bocephus, The Mudd Family, The Family Frog, The Lords Of London, The Other Four, Christopher And The Chaps, The Changin' Times, The Rich Kids, The Carousel, Mike Hazlewood, as well as David McWilliams.

In Part Two of the show, he turns the Sunshine spotlight on to the late 1960's recordings of The Fireballs, a band whose recorded work began in 1959, but kept on maing records till 1969. We shall feature their Atco album, Bottle Of Wine, in a rare mono mix, as well as tracks from the follow-up, Come On, React! Also on deck, a number of single and album tracks, as well as originally unissued numbers showing off their melodic-jangle.

Come To The Sunshine 160 - The Creation
November 18, 2019 12:11 PM PST
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In an episode first aired on November 18, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins original 1960's 45's by The Deep Six, The Shanes, The Three Good Reasons, Pinkerton's Assorted Colours, Sanford Clark, The Hitmakers, The Plastic People, J.J. Cale, The Warmest Spring, The Sandals, John Bromley, Mortimer, The Quiet Five, The Happy Magazine, Everything Is Everything, Michael J. James, The Committee, Roberta Lee, The Split Level and Frugal Sound.

In part two, he turns the Sunshine artist spotlight onto the Creation with a full hour of their blistering sounds produced by the legendary, Shel Talmy.

Come To The Sunshine 43 - The Association in MONO
October 04, 2019 02:08 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on July 21, 2008: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins singles by - The Act Of Creation; The Garden Of Eden; The Oracle; The Young Men; Larry & The Paper Prophets; The Yellow Payges; Sidewalk Skipper Band; Hearts & Flowers; Jim & Jean; The Giant Sunflower; Dino, Desi & Billy; Merrell Fankhauser & HMS Bounty; The Young Idea; Stephen Sargent & The Pride; The Status Cymbal; The Wellington Arrangement; Phuluph; Fountain Of Youth; Childe Harold.

In part two, he's turns the Sunshine spotlight onto The Association in MONO!

A full playlist is available here: http://cometothesunshine.com/playlists-show43/

Come To The Sunshine 159 - The Hondells
September 23, 2019 05:33 PM PDT
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In an episode first aired on September 23, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval presents 1960's 45s by The Electric Elves; The Rising Sons; Spice Of Life; The Applejacks; Ian & The Zodiacs; Alan David; The Arbors; The Fifth Estate; The Chicago Loop; Raga & The Talas; The Tygers; The Tikis; The I'des Of March; M.P.D. Limited; The Royal Guardsmen; Sonny Curtis; Ronnie Burns; Spring Fever; J.J. Cale and The Why Four.

In the Sunshine artist spotlight, Andrew explores the Los Angeles studio group, The Hondells. Hear wonderful creations by Gary Usher, Mike Curb, Nick Venet and all manner of two-wheel bike, honda infused music (including rare jingles created for/by the group).

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