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Welcome to the HLC podcast number 170 (gads!) its the Early Morning Raid edition, with your law and order hosts radio guy Todd Feinburg and nanophysicst come artificial intelligence bot Mike Stopa.
This week we discuss the new Chappaquiddick movie and the raid on Michael Cohen’s offices. Todd has seen the movie, Mike has not. We’re both appalled (though Mike more so) by the Mueller loose cannon.
This week’s hidden gem is from Mike’s (rich) adolescent memories. It’s a band that had one hit that reached #88 on the national charts but was a great sensation in Enfield Connecticut at the Teen Center in the late 60’s. they were the Wildweeds and the hit was No Good to Cry.
The star Al Anderson was later with NRBQ and had a productive career (which continues):
In the 1990s, Anderson shifted his focus to country music, writing hit songs for such artists as Carlene Carter, Vince Gill, Diamond Rio and Trisha Yearwood, as well as Tim McGraw‘s number 1 hit “The Cowboy in Me” and several album cuts. Anderson has also released six solo albums.
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