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Matthew C. Clark

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About Matthew C. Clark

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  • Birthday 05/05/65

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  • Favorite Eric Carmen Album
    Eric Carmen (Geffen) (1985)
  • Favorite Eric Carmen Song
    Make Me Lose Control
  1. Marty Balin dies at 76

    Got the "Balin" (1981) & "Lucky" (1983) (2 albums on 1 CD) from Beat Goes On website: www.bgo-records.com England import.
  2. The End Of An Era

    Thanks, Raspbernie!!! Matt
  3. Raspberries on METV Music

    Just heard The Raspberries "Let's Pretend" on METV Music (1250 AM) in Bridgeport, Michigan!!!
  4. Fires in Southern California

    Actor Gerald Butler (of the movie "300") lost his home in California.
  5. Fires in Southern California

    Seems that a few celebrities have lost their homes in southern California!!! Pray for those people!!!
  6. AT 40 July 1970 till January 1995

    Until January 28, 1995!!
  7. AT 40 July 1970 till January 1995

    Here is a listing of "American Top 40" shows from the debut back on July 4, 1970 till January of 1995 (both the late Casey Kasem & Shadoe Stevens shows). http://oldradioshows.com/at40/at40calendar.html
  8. That is it

    Because on September 10, 1988, Eric Carmen song "Make Me Lose Control" was at # 33 & his last week on "American Top 40" with brand new "American Top 40" radio announcer Shadoe Stevens who took over on August 13, 1988 & who was the announcer for both John Davidson & Tom Bergeron "Hollywood Squares" & "The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson". Shadoe does the announcing for "Antenna TV" as well as "The Late, Late Show With James Corden". Matt
  9. American Top 40 March 19, 1988

    Here is the late Casey Kasem talkin' about Frankie Prevette (former lead singer of Frankie And The Knockouts) & the gypsy who was right that Frankie became a songwriter. He co wrote "Hungry Eyes" for Eric which fell to # 29 on Billboard Top 40 Chart on March 19, 1988. It starts at the 14:42 mark:
  10. American Top 40 February 1988

    Here is the late Casey Kasem talkin' about Eric & his classical composer which starts at the 1:02:53 mark & ends at 1:06:03 from February 13, 1988. The song "Hungry Eyes" (from the movie "Dirty Dancing") moves from # 6 to # 4 on the Top 40 Chart.
  11. American Top 40 October 1977

    Here is the late Casey Kasem at the 9:53 mark talkin' about why Eric & the late Elton John's producer Gus Dungeon & the album that Eric wanted to make. The song "She Did It" moved from #33 to # 29 that week on October 15, 1977:
  12. American Top 40 June 1976

    Here is the late Casey Kasem at the 17:36 mark about why Eric went to Arista Records. Casey says "Arissa" & also says The Raspberries broke up in May of 1972 NOT May of 1975. The song "Never Gonna Fall In Love Again" move from # 22 to # 19 that week on June 12, 1976:
  13. American Top 40 February 1976

    From February 21, 1976, here is the late Casey Kasem talkin' about Eric & his younger years at the 25:40 mark. The song "All By Myself" went from # 14 to # 7 that week:
  14. "American Top 40" October 1972

    The late Casey Kasem & "American Top 40" from October 7, 1972. It is at the 30:03 mark in which The Raspberries moved up at # 5 while a record store in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada & a woman who smelled the album cover!! Matt
  15. Happy Thanksgiving

    In the United States, HAPPY COLUMBUS DAY!!!
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