Classic Rock Bottom


Psychotherapy in August- the most wonderful time of the year, lol!
Try and find one.
Now in my role as "Dr. Pell", I have had a great success rate with my patients in Therapy.
But I must admit there have been failures.
And yes, they have had to be institutionalized!
I'll have their musical stories.
Then from the information I have gathered, it will be time for me to write some prescriptions.
These are controlled substances, so use great caution in taking them- I don't think I need to warn you of the consequences, but I will in the show.
And try not to ENJOY them so much, lol!
I had originally intended to finish out the series with this chapter, but there are so many songs I never got to- some suggested to me as the series has progressed, some even sent to me- I will continue this next week.
With random, neurotic, crazed Therapy Leftovers from my perfectly tuned mind.
Even I have no idea what to expect next week, lol!

Here's the link I hope you can click on with your drug-addled brain lol, at WLSO.FM:


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Comment by Mike Pell on August 21, 2010 at 10:29am
Dear Niels,
Well that's music to MY ears, lol!
I thank you,
Comment by Mike Pell on August 21, 2010 at 10:29am
Dear RJ,
We got Niels hooray- and of course I count you, lol!
I agree, it seems to be a nice fit here.
And folks guessing what I am going to play next is one of my favorite things about the show, since I am not limited to any playlist.
I love it when people think to themselves, "You sonofa...Mike, I should have thought of that", or I provide an unexpected old memory with an "OH WOW!" moment, lol!
Talk to you soon,
Comment by Niels (Mod) on August 20, 2010 at 2:37pm
I'll be listening from now on. That's for sure!
Comment by RJhog (Admin) on August 20, 2010 at 6:49am
Mike, you are definitely contributing. As I've said before, I really dig your shows and think they fit really well here. I love guessing what you might play after reading the show's description. Of course, I'm usually wrong. I hope more folks will listen, as I think they will like it too. I'm glad Niels is on board now. That's one, two if you count me.
Comment by Mike Pell on August 19, 2010 at 11:58pm
Dear RJ my man,
Glad I can always count on you to give me an honest grade- I thank you!
You aren't the only one not familiar with Knocking Around The Zoo by JT, since as I said it was way back on his first ever album released on the Beatles Apple label.
And I knew hardly anyone would know Is It Peace Or Is It Prozac by Sheryl Wheeler- but that's what I try to do, sneak in those great songs (to me) that have fallen through the cracks.
There was a Dr. Feelgood & The Interns in the early 60's too- the Beatles covered his Mr. Moonlight.
Happy you enjoyed my free-form selections.
And hey, I used to BE an alcoholic, but NEVER a druggie!
Thanks again my friend, hope I am contributing to Classic Rock Bottom, or somebody's bottom, lol,
Comment by Mike Pell on August 19, 2010 at 11:47pm
Dear Niels,
Yeah, that They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha Ha was one crazy song for the relatively short time it was played, until the complainers had it removed.
There is something else about that song I deliberately didn't mention- I may use it again in a future series where I will reveal it, lol!
Seems I am always thinking of Theme series, so I have more in mind than I will ever get to.
Glad you liked this one too, so please go back and listen to the other Parts from the beginning, where I will have you as confused as poor RJ, lol!
Thanks again,
Comment by RJhog (Admin) on August 19, 2010 at 9:49am
Another good show Mike. Loved Mother's Little Helper. I also enjoyed the James Taylor song (which I've never heard) and White Rabbit. I even enjoyed The Ramones.

Just wanted to let you know, as a physician, you can always consult with Dr. Love (he started his residency back in 1976) or Dr. Feelgood (he started in 1989, so he may have newer information for you).

And don't forget, many times folks with psychiatric problems may turn to alcohol or elicit drugs like cocaine. You just have to watch them carefully.
Comment by Niels (Mod) on August 19, 2010 at 9:35am
I remember "They are coming to take me away, ha ha" from when I was a kid. Great stuff.

Another good show. Good songs from James Tayler, The Stones,Jefferson Airplane and The Ramones.

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