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Spike Hyssong is a native of Rockland, Maine. He is a jazz musician (playing upright bass) and an avid record collector.


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July 08, 2017 01:52 PM PDT

In this installment of The Flipside Show, Spike & Shadow play records having to do with cars (and automobiles in general).

Have any suggestions, requests, comments or just want to say hi? E-mail at: shadow_flipside@hotmail.com

July 01, 2017 02:02 PM PDT

This is the "Independence Day" installment of The Flipside Show. (Actually, it's a re-broadcast of Episode 56 originally aired July 4, 2015... but who's going to notice, right?!)

June 24, 2017 02:11 PM PDT

Spike and The Shadow play a bunch of random favorites in this installment of The Flipside Show.

Let us know you are listening. shadow_flipside@hotmail.com

April 22, 2017 02:36 PM PDT

For this installment of The Flipside Show, Spike & Shadow play records by Maine's very own comedian/story teller TIM SAMPLE.

Have any requests, comments, suggestions or just want to say HI? Let us know you're listening: shadow_flipside@hotmail.com

August 19, 2016 07:26 AM PDT

This installment of The Flipside Show is transcribed on the road. Spike & The Shadow take a day-trip up to Alexander, Maine and brings the remote microphone with them.

Have any requests, comments, suggestions, or just want to let us know you're listening? shadow_flipside@hotmail.com

April 24, 2015 05:11 AM PDT

This episode is a follow-up to my research of the Rockland Recording Studio.

September 12, 2014 09:55 PM PDT

Many Rockland natives are not even aware that there ever was a recording studio in Rockland back in the 1960s, 70s and early 80s. Located on Maverick Street (Rt. 17) in the old Legion Hall, custodian Jim Deans (a retired naval officer) owned and operated the Rockland Recording Studio for over 20 years... and turned out a fair number of records. Many of these records were on the Rockland label, and other recordings were nationally distributed on labels such as Tower, Critique, Laurie, and others. Among the many talented artists that recorded there were: Sonny Cardilli, Bobby Giasson, Dick Curless, Gary Meister, Bob Gebelein, The Tremolos, The Harborside Gospel Quartet, Jud Strunk, The Marauders, Don Dorsey & The Fury's, Everett Basford, Polymers Children, and MANY more!!

This episode is the tenth in a series devoted to the records that were recorded at the Rockland Recording Studio.

September 05, 2014 05:49 AM PDT

Many Rockland natives are not even aware that there ever was a recording studio in Rockland back in the 1960s, 70s and early 80s. Located on Maverick Street (Rt. 17) in the old Legion Hall, custodian Jim Deans (a retired naval officer) owned and operated the Rockland Recording Studio for over 20 years... and turned out a fair number of records. Many of these records were on the Rockland label, and other recordings were nationally distributed on labels such as Tower, Critique, Laurie, and others. Among the many talented artists that recorded there were: Sonny Cardilli, Bobby Giasson, Dick Curless, Gary Meister, Bob Gebelein, The Tremolos, The Harborside Gospel Quartet, Jud Strunk, The Marauders, Don Dorsey & The Fury's, Everett Basford, Polymers Children, and MANY more!!

This episode is the nineth in a series devoted to the records that were recorded at the Rockland Recording Studio.

August 29, 2014 05:27 AM PDT

Many Rockland natives are not even aware that there ever was a recording studio in Rockland back in the 1960s, 70s and early 80s. Located on Maverick Street (Rt. 17) in the old Legion Hall, custodian Jim Deans (a retired naval officer) owned and operated the Rockland Recording Studio for over 20 years... and turned out a fair number of records. Many of these records were on the Rockland label, and other recordings were nationally distributed on labels such as Tower, Critique, Laurie, and others. Among the many talented artists that recorded there were: Sonny Cardilli, Bobby Giasson, Dick Curless, Gary Meister, Bob Gebelein, The Tremolos, The Harborside Gospel Quartet, Jud Strunk, The Marauders, Don Dorsey & The Fury's, Everett Basford, Polymers Children, and MANY more!!

This episode is the eighth in a series devoted to the records that were recorded at the Rockland Recording Studio.

August 23, 2014 03:35 PM PDT

Many Rockland natives are not even aware that there ever was a recording studio in Rockland back in the 1960s and 70s. Located on Maverick Street (Rt. 17) in the old Legion Hall, custodian Jim Deans (a retired naval officer) owned and operated the Rockland Recording Studio for nearly 20 years... and turned out a fair number of records. Many of these records were on the Rockland label, and other recordings were nationally distributed on labels such as Tower, Critique, Laurie, and others. Among the many talented artists that recorded there were: Sonny Cardilli, Bobby Giasson, Dick Curless, Gary Meister, Bob Gebelein, The Tremolos, The Harborside Gospel Quartet, Jud Strunk, The Marauders, Don Dorsey & The Fury's, Everett Basford, Polymers Children, and MANY more!!

This episode is the seventh in a series devoted to the records that were recorded at the Rockland Recording Studio.

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