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This is the most I have ever talked about Love & Marriage, and shockingly to me I still have a few more things to say...or at least the Music does, lol!
Starting with a song that declares that Rock & Roll itself was the result of a Wedding!
Then some Music for the Collateral Damage that is often the result of Weddings.
I have a true story about what I always did as the Best Man to the Groom before the Wedding.
It was a test that could have ended in what I consider the worst possible circumstance imaginable- Being Left At The Altar!
Join me, I think this is pretty good.
One more Chapter to The Finale.
Here are the links to where I will definitely Show Up For The Ceremony, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
At Podomatic:

At Spreaker:


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Comment by Mike Pell on July 25, 2014 at 12:01am
Maybe you listened at a slower pace, lol!
But that's great to hear.
Guess it did have an oldies feel, except for the Punch Brothers.
I like the fact that except for two, all of these were new to you- broadening horizons, lol!
And although the Lloyd Price is a fun song, the Golden Pell for goes to Gram Parsons and Emmy Lou Harris for Thousand Dollar Wedding, one fine choice that I would have made!
That is a terrific song.
Oh no, another special award, lol!
The Classic Pell to Gilbert O'Sullivan
Man that is definitely one of the saddest songs ever- just the title, Alone Again (pause) Naturally!
I wanted to talk about that title, but I was distracted by the shortage of time.
Thanks for the listen and writing, and I believe you really did enjoy this one- see it went on for a long time but I was able to bring something different to the table, lol,
Comment by RJhog (Admin) on July 24, 2014 at 10:12am

Totally enjoyed this show Mike.

All songs were good.  Again, it had that oldies feel.  But that isn't necessarily a bad thing.

I have always liked the Johnny Maestro And The Brooklyn Bridge song.  But other than that and Alone Again, Naturally, all of these were new to me.

I thought about giving the Golden Pell to Lloyd Price for Where Were You On Our Wedding Day.  But the closer was so good, I'm giving it to Graham Parsons and Emmy Lou Harris for A Thousand Dollar Wedding.  That was terrific.

But I'm not stopping there, I'm also handing out a Classic Pell to Gilbert O'Sullivan for Alone Again, Naturally.  That has got to be one of the saddest songs ever.  I mean really sad.

Like I said, I really enjoyed this one.

Comment by Mike Pell on July 22, 2014 at 2:06pm


The proper way to listen is to drop everything and GIVE ME YOUR FULL ATTENTION, LOL!!!

Everybody knows that!

Mmmmm, let's see...bunny hop crap...maybe that's why they were hopping.

Happens to me occasionally, lol!

What's with the peace, I ain't bombing anybody?

Comment by Jon on July 22, 2014 at 7:07am

No distractions, I work on stuff while listening and then it automatically repeats so I get to listen again and see if I missed anything the first time around. Didn't work with show #8 since I missed that bunny hop crap, but wouldn't have noticed it with 300 listens, so I have no idea why I brought that up. PEACE!

Comment by Mike Pell on July 22, 2014 at 2:45am
You usually listen twice? How come, distractions?
I like the GIlbert O'Sullivan song, even though it makes me want to climb the tower with him, lol!
No beasts?
For chrissakes, you ARE losing your touch!
Yeah, maybe too much wedding music, I see RJ is of that opinion too.
There is always that risk of burnout.
But it never stops me as I fearlessly continue until I feel it is ended.
A Theme Series is over when I think it is- simple as that!
You know how important listeners are, lol!
Don't be sorry.
I learned a long time ago, especially the way I do a show, that you can't please everyone every time.
I don't worry about it or take it to heart...or try pleasing everyone with every song, it's impossible.
Thanks as always for the listen and writing,
Comment by Jon on July 21, 2014 at 8:27am

I dunno, Mike. I just couldn't get into this show for some reason (and yes, I did listen to it twice as I usually do). Nothing really grabbed me, maybe the Graham Parsons song, the GIlbert O'Sullivan song has always bugged the crap out of me.

I have no stories to tell.

Maybe I'm losing my touch.

Are you losing your touch? Nah.

Maybe too much wedding talk? Could be.

Sorry. You can't please everyone every time.


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