"Super Hits Of the Seventies: Pure Dyn-O-Mite!" is not for sale - it will never be sold in stores, or on-line.
The cd is a limited edition DJ PREMIUM - the radio station's way of saying "thank you" for your donation to our annual fundraiser - so the only way to get this album is with a pledge of $75 or more to help support WFMU for the next year.
For a $75 pledge you get a new WFMU Sticker, a new WFMU T-Shirt and a copy of "Super Hits Of The Seventies: Pure Dyn-O-Mite!" (and there are some other great gifts for larger pledges)
The 19 amazing artists on the cd have all donated their work, because they believe in independent free-form radio.
Here are step by step instructions on exactly how to get your copy:
Click "Pledge Now" in the box below, then enter your name, email, pledge amount - then click "next"
This will take you to the WFMU web site. Pick your T-Shirt size, and click the box for "1 DJ Premium" then click "Next Step" at the bottom of the page.
On the next page you'll find all the DJ premiums, listed by day of the week. Click the boxes for the ones you want. If you pledged $75: just scroll down to the Saturday section and click the box next to "Michael Shelley - Super Hits of the Seventies: Pure Dyn-O-Mite!" - then click "Next Step" at the bottom of the page.
Enter your shipping info - then click "Next Step" at the bottom of the page.
Enter your payment info - then click "Pay Now" at the bottom of the page AND
THAT IS IT!
Once we run out of cds this collection will no longer be available EVER - so pledge right now to get your copy of this amazing album!
1) The Above “Go Back”
2) Barreracudas “Smokin’ In The Boy’s Room”
3) The Bellfuries “Right Down The Line”
4) Bettie Serveert featuring Jesse Beuker on drums “Cos I Luv You”
5) Chris Collingwood “It Never Rains In Southern California”
6) Crystal Robots “Reflections Of My Life”
7) Gerald Dowd “Don’t Do It”
8) Mitch Easter “I’m Not In Love”
9) Jay Gonzalez “Bad Blood”
10) Freedy Johnston “Bennie And The Jets”
11) Francis Macdonald “Sunday Girl”
12) Mingus + Marr “Me And You And A Dog Named Boo”
13) The Philistines Jr. “Something In The Air”
14) Pop4 “Telephone Line”
15) The Tripwires “Motorcycle Mama”
16) Ben Vaughn “Yellow River”
17) The West Saugerties Ale & Quail Club “Poor Poor Pitiful Me”
18) Wire Troop “Hi, Hi, Hi”
19) Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby “Sister Golden Hair”
Here's the video - with clips of all 19 songs:
CLICK HERE for information on the first volume in this series "SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES"
CLICK HERE for information on the second volume in this series "MORE SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES"
CLICK HERE for information on the third volume in this series "EVEN MORE SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES"
CLICK HERE for information on the fourth volume in this series "SUPER HITS OF THE SEVENTIES: HIT EXPLOSION!"
CLICK HERE to see the cover of the 1975 K-Tel LP that provided inspiration compared to the Mike-Shell version!
CLICK HERE to see the 1975 K-Tel commercial that provided inspiration!
-Scott Anthony at Storybook Sound for mastering the project
-Steve McFarland for the package design & amazing Photoshop work!
-Aaron Dunkel for the video editing!
-WFMU's Rex Doan for his voice over work!
-WFMU's Gaylord Fields for proofreading!
-All the bands and technicians who donated their time & creative genius to make this project happen!
-Michael Shelley 2017
CLICK HERE for the MICHAEL SHELLEY RADIO SHOW home page!
CLICK HERE for the MICHAEL SHELLEY NON RADIO SHOW home page!