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For years now, I’ve lamented the downfall of AM and FM radio.  50′s music disappeared from the airwaves ten or fifteen years ago, and now it looks like 60′s music is doing the same.  So imagine my happy surprise when I started 2013 by discovering Deep Oldies! I have around sixteen thousand songs in my ITunes library, mostly from the 50′s and 60′s.  These are my alltime favorite decades for music.  But I’ve only been listening to your station for an hour, and I’ve already heard two or three songs I’ve never heard before!  Needless to say, I love the mix of music, and I like that there’s an actual person playing it!  I didn’t realize how much i’d missed the “human” aspect of deejays until I started listening to this station.

If I could have created my own oldies station, this would be it!  Now, if the station puts on a “top 1000″ oldies countdown for Memorial Day or july Fourth, it will make my life! :-)

Thank you for a phenomenal listening experience!

Jena (from Texas)

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Hi, Davie from Hamilton, Scotland, it’s 3:15pm here, been lisnin’ for hours , luvvin’ it , took yesterday off, just to hear you, from my early hours, I usually get up for work at 4:30am, stunning selection of music, some before my time, some I haven’t heard for years, and some I’d forgotten all about, and stuff we just don’t hear on our stations over hear, good work keep it up.

David Chalmers – Scotland

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You guys rule! Love your format and presentation. Love that you play the vintage Phoenix bands. If I were still programming I’d be doing exactly what you are Cheers!

John Hesterman (from Facebook)

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Wanted to thank you for all the great music. I am retired and live in Knoxville, Tn. I listen on my Mac or iPad , sure beats daytime TV. Thanks again.

Raymond L. Glover – Knoxville, TN

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健二を聴いていただき、ありがとうございます。私たちは、あなたが音楽の選択に感謝知る大好き。あなたは私たちすべての笑顔を作った。私たちのすべてからこんにちは!

正しくこの変換を期待して。

お幸せに。

Translation:

I listen to Kenji, thank you. We love you know thanks to the selection of music. You made ​​a smile of us all. Hello from all of us!

In the hope this conversion correctly.

Best wishes.

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HEY   DO – Great show. I’d like to hear Johnie Ray singing  “Yes Tonight Josephine”
Best wishesLee Kleinsmann – The Netherlands
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Last week, DEEPOLDIES.COM played Shel Silverstein’s: “Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout (Would not take the garbage out). I used to read that poem to my son (who’s 31 now) then read it again when he fell asleep. Thanks for the memory!!
Chuck Whelan
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The song “Friends” by Feather: any idea as to the release date of that one?  You don’t have to be any more specific than the year.
Love the station.  Am going back to the page to donate now.thanks,

Berton Averre

From Charmi: Thank you for your e-mail, Berton!!!  So glad you’re enjoying Deep Oldies! We have Feather – Friends listed as coming out in 1970. Thank you very much for your kind contribution!!!
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You guys should try this. On my iPod I have a category I call “The Original & the Cover” What it is, is I’ll play the original version of a song and then the cover version. I had a friend who thought that the Bay City Rollers version (Ha) of “I only want to be with you” was the original version of that song and then I played the Dusty Springfield version of the same song and it blew her away. Educating your listeners is a good thing. Thanks for the heads up I’ll be listening for GMMSOY during your 1:00 p.m. broadcast. It’s nice to have you people there. Keep up the good work!
Bobby Boogie
 
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You people are really good. Just when I thought I was going to give up on radio along came “Deep Oldies Radio” to change my mind. I have a request for you. I want to hear (I never heard it before) the 1962 original version of James Ray’s hit “I’ve got my mind set on you” if you have it in your record library…now that’s a deep oldie. I only know the George Harrison version. Thanks BB
Bobby Boogie

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Greeting from Sweden 07.50 saturday morning

Hi, just a little request from a white Sweden, we hopefully had our last snow last night and cross fingers that spring is on its way. I would like to hear “In dreams” with Roy Orbison
Love your “night train” witch is morning train for me!

Keep going

Mats Söderquis – Sweden

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Hi, I’m really enjoying your station. I just found it a few days ago, and I’m very  impressed!May I make two requests in one email? If so, could I hear:
Beechwood 4-5789 by the Marvelettes, and I Left My Heart in the Balcony, by Linda Scott?
Thanks so much, and keep up the great work!

Steve – Wichita, Kansas

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found your station searching for oldies on my Roku box using the TuneIn app. What a great find! I love what you play.  I’ve discovered music I’ve never heard before, and deep cuts. I’m glad that you delve into the 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond. Keep up the good work, I’ll keep listening.

Yours,

Muggsy Lauer
St. Cloud, MN USA

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I am listening right now and Charmi O’connor i am crazy about your voice. also, what a cute name.

thank you,

dave m

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I’ve already made one contribution and will continue to do so in the future. It’s wonderful to hear tunes I’ve not heard in 40 years instead of lots of them that I haven’t heard in 40 minutes! How about some Arbors in your playlist? Specifically, “The Letter”, a great groovy psych interpretation of the Box Tops hit song. Also… some tunes by The Merry Go Round, which was Emitt Rhodes group.

Thanks!

Lee Roth

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Had to work overnight shift all this week; you’ve kept me going! I’m here until 3 AM MST Saturday! Can we hear anything off “Road To Freedom”? Wikipedia says its ROCKS; I’ve never heard it but I love Alvin Lee, Steven Winwood and everyone else on the album. Talk about a Super Group! Alvin Lee;Mylon LeFevre; George Harrison; Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Mick Fleetwood and Ron Wood. Wow!

James Allen

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Hey I just came across your station love it. I’m in Chandler

Marlene Worthen

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I just wanted to say I love listening to your station here in Astoria Oregon. The variety of songs keep me going all day long even on these cool summer days. Yesterday we reached 67 degrees. Maybe you could send some warmer weather up here.

StephenG. Gaydos

DHS/USCG Sector Columbia River Aviation Ground Support

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Hi Maria,

I’m listening from Bonn in Germany. I listen to your show every morning (it is 6 a.m. in Germany) and I enjoy to hear all these songs from the good old times. Fine that you are back on air again!

Best wishes from Klaus

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love the selection…never know what’s next!! keep it up!!

Daryl Victoria, B.C. Canada

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love your format! (I’m in my 60′s). Has anyone ever expressed an interest in a jazz-focused specialty show featuring music from the same era? I’ve worked on local FM radio, and would love to have an hour or two to play jazz on the air.I’d love to hear from you, and thanks,

Ken Taylor

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This is Billy from the Birmingham, Alabama area.I once e-mailed this station that I enjoy this channel.I like just about all of the songs that get played.My only real gripe is that some of the on-air DJ’s come across as cheesy and a bit lewd.Still, it does play great music and many lesser heard songs.Please keep up the great work.Take care!Do you take any requests?If so, I’ll send one in one day.

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really getting to like Deep Oldies!!!

Dan

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Pls make me remember who was the singer in ” Dreaming..must be dreaming…. but until then I’ll keep on dreamingtill my dreaming comes true.Also what is the anme of a 1967 song by The AngelsIt has a part that says”And I love the way that you love me…”Thanks

Juan Garcia – Puerto Rico

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Been listening to you this afternoon, great line up of tunes! Thanks Gary for recommending this! Do you take requests? How about Harvest Moon by Neil Young, and Don’t Stand So Close To Me by the Police? This reminds me of the early days of FM radio in the 1960′s, when you could tune in to KPPC in Pasadena and listen to great music that the AM stations would never bother with. Keep up the good work!

Richard Boehl

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Howdy!

I was wondering if there was any chance you could play “Mrs. Bluebird” by Eternity’s Children?

Thanks!

Mike D.

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These may already be in your rotation and I just haven’t heard them…

Steve Miller Band – Livin’ in the USA

Blues Theme – The Arrows

Sunrays – Andrea

Moody Blues – You and Me

Montanas – You Gotta Be Loved

Monkees – For Pete’s Sake (its the song they closed each show with, but you hardly ever got to hear the words because of program announcers giving info on the next show)

Deep Purple – Hush

Brooklyn Bridge – Your Husband, My Wife

Turtles – Grim Reaper of Love

Nancy Sinatra – Diamonds Are Forever

Perez Prado – Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White

Dave Brubeck – Take Five

English Congregation – Softly Whispering I Love You

David & Johnathan – Softly Whispering I Love You

Hank Levine & His Orchestra – Image Part 1

Bill Pursell – Our Winter Love

Thank You Very Much!!

Lee Roth

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Love your station! I have heard so many songs that I haven’t heard in years and also quite a few I have never heard before.Now this will probably stump you.The Animals had an album come out late 60’s maybe early 70’s don’t remember the album name but there was a version of John Lee Hookers Maude and also Gin House Blues, any idea if they have been redone digitally and also if I didn’t stump you could you play those two songs? I have the album and not sure where I got it probably in a box of records I found at a flea market or garage sale. It is in pretty rough shape. It did not have the cover just the album.Thanks and keep up the good music, Jake

G.L.” Jake” Jacobs  – APS2806 AvDScottsbluff, Neb

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I found your station searching for oldies on my Roku box using the TuneIn app. What
a great find!

I love what you play.  I’ve discovered music I’ve never heard before, and deep cuts.
I’m glad that you delve into the 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond.

Oh, but your website needs serious, serious help.

Keep up the good work, I’ll keep listening.

Yours,

Muggsy Lauer
St. Cloud, MN USA
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i am listening right now and charmi o’connor i am crazy about your voice.

also, what a cute name.

thank you,

dave m
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I’ve already made one contribution and will continue to do so in the future.

It’s wonderful to hear tunes I’ve not heard in 40 years instead of
lots of them that I haven’t heard in 40 minutes!

How about some Arbors in your playlist? Specifically, “The Letter”, a
great groovy psych interpretation of the Box Tops hit song.

Also… some tunes by The Merry Go Round, which was Emitt Rhodes group.

Thanks!

Lee Roth
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Had to work overnight shift all this week; you’ve kept me going!
I’m here until 3 AM MST Saturday!

Can we hear anything off “Road To Freedom”? Wikipedia says its ROCKS; I’ve never heard it but I love Alvin Lee, Steven Winwood and everyone else on the album. Talk about a Super Group! Alvin Lee;  Mylon LeFevre; George Harrison; Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Mick Fleetwood and Ron Wood. Wow!

James Allen
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I Just discovered your station a few weeks ago. I listen 3 or 4 nights a week on the streaming channel via tunein app on the iphone. Usually late night with Mariah. It’s great that you play some rare songs from my school days I had forgotten until I hear them here. And strange tracks I never knew that are fun too.

Thanks!

JoeZona

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hey i just came across your station love it im in chandler

Marlene Worthen
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I just wanted to say I love listening to your station here in Astoria Oregon. The
variety of songs keep me going all day long even on these cool summer days.
Yesterday we reached 67 degrees.

Maybe you could send some warmer weather up here.

Stephen  G. Gaydos
DHS/USCG
Sector Columbia River
Aviation Ground Support
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Hi Maria,

I’m listening from Bonn in Germany. I listen to your show every morning (it is 6
a.m. in Germany) and I enjoy to hear all these songs from the good old times. Fine
that you are back on air again!

Best wishes from Klaus
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love the selection…never know what’s next!! keep it up!!

DarylVictoria, B.C. Canada
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love your format! (I’m in my 60′s). Has anyone ever expressed an interest in a jazz-focused specialty show featuring music from the same era? I’ve worked on local FM radio, and would love to have an hour or two to play jazz on the air.I’d love to hear from you, and thanks,

Ken Taylor
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This is Billy from the Birmingham, Alabama area.  I once e-mailed this station that I enjoy this channel.  I like just about all of the songs that get played.  My only real gripe is that some of the on-air DJ’s come across as cheesy and a bit lewd.  Still, it does play great music and many lesser heard songs.  Please keep up the great work.Take care!  Do you take any requests?  If so, I’ll send one in one day.
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really getting to like Deep Oldies!!!

Dan
—————————–

Pls make me remember who was the singer in ” Dreaming..  must be dreaming…. but until then I’ll keep on dreaming  till my dreaming comes true.Also what is the anme of a 1967 song by The Angels  It has a part that says”And I love the way that you love me…”

Thanks

Juan Garcia Puerto Rico
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Been listening to you this afternoon, great line up of tunes! Thanks Gary for recommending this! Do you take requests? How about Harvest Moon by Neil Young, and Don’t Stand So Close To Me by the Police? This reminds me of the early days of FM radio in the 1960′s, when you could tune in to KPPC in Pasadena and listen to great music that the AM stations would never bother with. Keep up the good work!

Richard Boehl

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Howdy!

I was wondering if there was any chance you could play “Mrs. Bluebird” by Eternity’s
Children?

Thanks!
-Mike D.

Sent from my iPhone
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These may already be in your rotation and I just haven’t heard them…

Steve Miller Band – Livin’ in the USA
Blues Theme – The Arrows
Sunrays – Andrea
Moody Blues – You and Me
Montanas – You Gotta Be Loved
Monkees – For Pete’s Sake  (its the song they closed each show with, but you hardly ever got to hear the words because of program announcers giving info on the next show)
Deep Purple – Hush
Brooklyn Bridge – Your Husband, My Wife
Turtles – Grim Reaper of Love
Nancy Sinatra – Diamonds Are Forever
Perez Prado – Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
Dave Brubeck – Take Five
English Congregation – Softly Whispering I Love You
David & Johnathan – Softly Whispering I Love You
Hank Levine & His Orchestra – Image Part 1
Bill Pursell – Our Winter Love

Thank You Very Much!!

Lee Roth
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Love your station! I have heard so many songs that I haven’t heard in years and also quite a few I have never heard before.Now this will probably stump you.The Animals had an album come out late 60’s maybe early 70’s don’t remember the album name but there was a version of John Lee Hookers Maude and also Gin House Blues, any idea if they have been redone digitally and also if I didn’t stump you could you play those two songs? I have the album and not sure where I got it probably in a box of records I found at a flea market or garage sale. It is in pretty rough shape. It did not have the cover just the album.Thanks and keep up the good music, Jake

G.L.” Jake” Jacobs APS  2806 Av  D Scottsbluff, Neb

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Some Harpsichord !

Everyone by Van Morrison

 Comments from the now defunct Loud City Deep Oldies Page

19 responses

  1. Chris says:

    Love this new layout…so much easier to navigate. I hope all our listeners take advantage of letting us know how we are doing and where they are listening to us from….along with music suggestions

    Chris Herrick, host
    Deep Oldies Morning Mix 8a-12noon, AZ Time Tues-Thurs
    Deep Oldies Saturday Night 6p-10p, AZ Time Saturdays

  2. Chris Herrick says:

    I want to thank all our GREST listeners for all your comments, good and bad…we love the imput, keep it coming

    Chris Herrick, host
    Deep Oldies Morning Mix 8am-12noon AZ Time Tues-Thurs
    Deep Oldies Saturday Night 6pm-10pm AZ Time Saturday

  3. The NEW PAGE looks great! Thanks for all the hard work :O)

  4. sangvien56@hotmail.com says:

    Listing from Bangkok, Thailand Love your music. lee

  5. Greg Goodfellow says:

    I am the station manager of a West Virginia high school radio station that specializes in oldies during each weekday. I discovered your station on ‘radiodiscussions.com,’ and am absolutely loving it! So many ‘oh wow’ songs! Please keep doing what you do so well!

  6. ian Godfrey says:

    I’ve only read the first half dozen commentsand fully go along with the positive reaction. . I’ve been listening every day for about a week, sometimes for severaol hours and have never used the shazam app so much! The problem is that I switched on about 14.00 GMT and the audio was cutting out every few seconds, a fairly common internet radio problem. Hopefully it’ll bsorted out pretty soon.

    • ian Godfrey says:

      I didn’t include name and area yesterday. It’s Ian Godfrey from SW London. The time now is nearly 22.000 GMT and the problem is still there, very slow loadup and cutting out after a few seconds.

  7. Double Chubbychuck says:

    Excellent. Fantastic music. So many great memories. Thank you for schooling me with your musical knowledge.

  8. Double Chubbychuck says:

    Fantastic. I have learned so many great songs. Thanks for the musical knowledge you share.

  9. Love linking up to the oldies. WAYYYYYY better than the local (Portland & Seattle) oldies and Classic Rock stations!

  10. Pete says:

    Great stuff! Lovin’ it!

  11. Steve says:

    I’ve been streaming your station on my I-phone for nearly three years. I love to listen while I’m at work. Seddenly and unexpectedly strting February 10th 2016 all I get is dead air when I tune in. I received your station threw Tune In Radio. Any suggestions at what might be the problem and the solution. Deep Oldies has had a great stream the whole time I’ve been listening and this was very surprising. Thank You and I hope I can get your wonderful station back again.

  12. Dave Murrow says:

    Play that golden 1970s music! Do you list the daily playlists anywhere?
    I need to hear
    Mark Lindsay – Arizona
    The Jaggerz – The Rapper
    The Buoys – Timothy
    The Guess Who – Clap for the Wolfman

    • Steve says:

      I’ve had the same problem when I listen from a Tune-In Radio app. I can still get it by using Nordex Radio app. My problem with Tune-In started around the same time as yours.

  13. Lee Roth says:

    I’m connecting to server via Tune-In, but no audio. I hope it’s not due to lack of cash… if so, I guess I failed to donate often enough.

    If D.O. becomes subscription only that’s fine with me, I will sign up!

    Lee Roth
    Age 61
    Johnstown, OH

  14. Steve says:

    Besides any reception problems I’ve had, I love your station’s format. I hear great songs by artists I like that I’ve never heard before. And I thought I’d heard it all! Keep up the great work.

  15. Marion Champredon says:

    I have discovered this fabulous radio not long ago, and to be honest, it’s now my favourite ! It’s good to know that the music of the 50′s and 60′s still lives !
    I wish you the best for the future of the radio !
    With love from France, Marion.

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