Episode: Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll_111

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This episode spotlights 40 top 40 lost hits from the year 1965 – the tunes you never seem to hear on the radio, or the satellite or on anyone’s live stream anymore.

Talk about variety, we’ve got some dreamers and a Duke, a religious King and a Johann Sebastian Bach concerto that all rocked.

Somewhere in our list of hits there’s even a Cannon and a shotgun, so watch out for those.

And talk about family-friendly programming, we’ve also got the only father and son with their own individual top 40 hits in the same year.

Then there are several country singers who scored some of the biggest rock hits in this country.

As always, our resident Rockologist, Ken Deutsch, will be along to give us a little historical perspective about the tunes and times of the mid-1960s. And Radio Dave will have more of the greatest rock and roll stories on record. Hear it all here.

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