Australian DJs and Prince Albert in a can…

Sunday 16 December, 2012 at 1:05 pm / Comments Off

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Michael writes:  I still have the album.  It’s called WFIL Is Together, and the imprint on the vinyl credits Lost-Night Records, at 1005 Chestnut St.  The record contains 16 songs from the end of the ’60s, including “The Letter” by the Box Tops, “Good Morning Starshine” by Oliver, “Happy Together” by the Turtles, “Venus” by Shocking Blue, and “Wipe Out” by the Surfaris.  But for my brother and me, the target track was the fifth song on Side 1 – “Hello It’s Me” by Nazz. I’m not sure why we favored that number. Maybe it was a local homage, given that Nazz featured Upper Darby’s Todd Rundgren.  Anyway, here’s how the gag worked:”  Click here for his full column in the Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer.

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