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2/6/09 – “Down The Road Apiece” Cat Fight

Posted: February 7th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | 53 Comments »

Friday Night Cat Fight EXTENDED to Half Hour Show!

This is a big week for the Friday Night Cat Fight.  First off, congratulations to The Five Keys, who won the past five consecutive Cat Fights and are now inducted into the “Alley Of Fame”.  Now that they are in the “Alley”, they can no longer compete in a future Cat Fight.

This week, we have 2 firsts on The Friday Night Cat Fight.  For the first time, 3 cats will compete for your vote in a Cat Fight 3-Way! AND, the segment has now been extended to 30 plus minutes of music, which all revolves around a theme.  Since tonight’s Cat Fight is “Down The Road Apiece”, I’ve chosen “ROADS” as our theme.  Dig on the music and vote for the version of “Down The Road Apiece” that you truly DIG THE MOST. Let me know what you think of the new format in the “comments” section after you vote.  Enjoy!

Which One Do You DIG THE MOST? - "Down The Road Apiece"

  • Amos Milburn (52%, 65 Votes)
  • Chuck Berry (35%, 44 Votes)
  • The Rolling Stones (13%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 125

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53 Comments on “2/6/09 – “Down The Road Apiece” Cat Fight”

  1. 1 Barry From San Diego said at 7:15 pm on February 12th, 2009:

    Furry Leader,
    I have listened to the show for at least twice a day all week. You just can’t have enough of The Cat.
    I am still trying to figure out who to vote for Three is to many for the old brain to digest.
    Love the Arthur Alexander.
    More Cat Man.

  2. 2 Tony DesgroName (required) said at 10:51 pm on February 13th, 2009:

    Hey MTC,

    This half hour + show was wonderful and like many other listeners, it also reminded me of those great theme Thursdays we miss so much. Three great versions and since I could only vote for one, I chose Amos; actually, the McKinley version is also great. Just a groovy song.

    I really think all these comments should be forwarded to XM-5 just to show them how many people were affected and angered by the changes there. In short, they have now managed to, in their general programming, practically ignore the first half of the decade along with its distinctive music genres, limited their general playlist until it is now repeated at nauseum and replaced a knowledgable d.j. with others who often give incorrect information about the music. Not good reasons to resubscribe.

    I hope you and Kelly are doing well; I’ll be in touch again soon. Take care and thanks again for everything.


    Tony from Long Island

  3. 3 mark said at 12:49 pm on April 16th, 2009:

    I bookmarked this site, Thank you for good job!

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