Tuneage And Telly: When Music & TV Collide!

Published on March 30th, 2010 in: Current Faves, Music, Popcasts, Retrovirus, TV |

By Mandy Mullins and Jaime Sparrowhawk

Nothing like syndicated sound and vision on the small screen!

TV careers certainly haven’t killed radio stars; they often spawn them, and vice-versa. Myriad meldings of tune and telly set the scene for pop-preoccupied music mavens Mandy and Jaime, whose latest dispatch promises to be their longest, most eclectic and giddily madcap yet. Do not adjust your sets!

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Clingers, “Gonna Have A Good Time Tonight”


Scott Baio, “Wanted For Love”
Laverne & Shirley, “Easier Said Than Done”
Archies, “Bang Shang A Lang”
Childish Gambino, “New Prince (Crown On The Ground)” [WARNING: NSFW!]


Harlem Globetrotters, “House Party”
Josie & The Pussycats, “Voodoo”
Lancelot Link & The Evolution Revolution, “Vibrations”
Jack Wild, “Cotton Candy”


Sajid Khan, “Ha Ram (Of Love & Peace)”
Tracey Ullman, “(I’m Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear”
Sabrina The Teenage Witch, “One Way Or Another”
Serena, “Blow You A Kiss In The Wind”

Download Part One of the Popcast here
Running Time: 45:04



Kristy McNichol featuring The Chiffons, “He’s So Fine”
Rick Springfield, “Love Is The Key”
Banana Splits, “Doin’ The Banana Split”
Ayshea, “Farewell”


Lonely Island featuring Norah Jones, “Dreamgirl”
Shaun Cassidy, “That’s Rock & Roll”
Hardy Boys, “Namby Pamby”
Lenny & The Squigtones, “Creature Without A Head”


Jonas Brothers, “Poison Ivy”
Monkees, “All Of Your Toys”
Bobby Sherman, “Land Of Make Believe”
Bugaloos, “The Senses Of Our World”


Wombles, “Womble of The Universe”
Danny Tanner, Jesse Katsopolis, Joey Gladstone, “Teddy Bear”

Download Part Two of the Popcast here
Running Time: 49:04

4 Responses to “Tuneage And Telly: When Music & TV Collide!”

  1. kelly:
    March 31st, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    LOVE IT! Listening to this at work right now… pretty sure my co-workers think I’m the weirdest person on the planet… *kinda* bummed Jesse and the Rippers never put out a proper LP…. 😉

  2. Popshifter:
    March 31st, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    I just remembered that totally hilarious and bizarre Jesse & The Rippers video with the feet and the baby…it looks like the baby is crowd surfing. Let me find it and post it.


  3. Popshifter:
    March 31st, 2010 at 5:36 pm


    Okay, so it’s just John Stamos, but still…what is UP with the feet?!?


  4. K Telle:
    April 2nd, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    I can’t wait to listen. I contributed to the website/ book (Rocklopedia Fakebandica)http://www.fakebands.com/. I really want the Ricky Segall album.

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