Crackle & Pop: Week of March 7

Take a trip down my vinyl archive

Join us on a journey through the gigantic vinyl archive each weekday on air at 9:45am & 3:45pm. If you miss an episode, you can catch them on Facebook and Twitter at 9pm each weeknight, or on

Check out what was featured on this week’s Crackle & Pop with Bookie courtesy of Big Rock Brewery below.

Tommy Tutone – “867 5309 /Jenny”

On March 7th, Alexander Graham Bell obtained the patent for the telephone, so this seemed like the natural fit.


Monkees – “I’m a Believer”

Celebrate Micky Dolenz’s 70th birthday and rock out to this classic.


Inxs – “Never Tear Us Apart”

The 1975 just released their sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, last month and they are definitely channeling Inxs.


Sam Cooke – “Bring It On Home”

Leon Bridges played a sold out Massey Hall last week and his biggest influence is the late great Sam Cooke!


Gaslight Anthem – “Here’s Lookin’ At You Kid”

Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon has new solo album, Painkillers, out March 11th and he was in Toronto playing the Opera House last week. Fall back in love with this one from Gaslight.