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Whenever you may find time, we do have as well “the last show” on WHND with Fred “Boogie” Bryan. The complete show, it is four hours of Honey memories on the last day as WHND said its final good byes to the Motor City for good.

I don’t know where Peppy’s Hamburgers in Ferndale was located but I did work at the Peppy’s Hamburger fast food restaurant in Clawson. It was located on Main St. just north of 14 Mile Rd. on the west side of the road.
I worked there for a few months in late 1964 and early 1965. They paid me $ per hour for working the front window and flipping burgers. That was my second hourly job as a teenager and a step up from my first hourly job at A&W in Clawson. That job paid 90 cents per hour to start. After about a month there the boss gave me a 10 cent per hour raise to $ per hour. I was really excited about earning triple digit pay and couldn’t wait to tell all of my friends! A dollar went a long way back then. It bought me 3 packs of cigarettes. I moved on to sunny Florida in the late 60’s and I’m still here enjoying the sunshine and flowers.

Footage from Otis' performance of "Willie and the Hand Jive" at the 1970 Monterey Jazz Festival was included in Clint Eastwood 's 1971 film Play Misty for Me . [2] [31]

Priority's Chart Toppers series is an excellent budget-line collection, offering a strong selection of 15 original hits, grouped by a specific theme and decade, on each disc. Chart Toppers: Dance Hits of the 60's combines rock & roll, girl groups, surf-rock, R&B, pop, soul, psychedelia and pop-rock hits -- an eclectic bunch, to say the least, but the variety helps capture the feeling of the decade. A few of the songs haven't dated well, but for the most part, the selection of songs is terrific, albeit a little predictable. Among the highlights on the disc are Bobby Lewis' "Tossin' and Turnin'," Little Eva's "The Loco-Motion," the Contours' "Do You Love Me," the Surfaris' "Wipe Out," Jackie Wilson's "Baby Workout," Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs' "Wooly Bully," the Strangeloves' "I Want Candy," the Ventures' "Walk Don't Run," Spiral Starecase's "More Today Than Yesterday" and Lesley Gore's "It's My Party."

I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag (The “Fish” Cheer) (and it’s one two three what are we fightin’ for?, don’t ask me I don’t give a damn next stop is Vietnam) – 1967 – Country Joe & The Fish

Clem : They would wear a lot of my clothes. I went to London in 1974 to visit my girlfriend who was going to London Polytechnic, and I met Malcolm McLaren and Don Letts, and saw Dr. Feelgood every time (who were a major influence on what was to become in rock ‘n’ roll.) I got to the airport and was so naive because I had packed so many clothes, that they said your bag is overweight by a hundred pounds. So I took them out and gave the clothes to Debbie and Chris, who drove me to the airport, and when I came back from England they were all wearing my clothes. They didn’t put them in a drawer and say these are Clem’s clothes or anything. I see all these old photos of them wearing all my stuff.

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