GLL Episode 653

CLL #653 (feat. Carla and Carmen Morrell)03/31/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with Spinfly Tape (2010) patches

We now have a 4th incomplete copy of this show, sadly everyone missed the first segment. This new recording has an extra 10 minutes of the show; just missing roughly 18-19 minutes of content now. This is probably the best we’re ever going to get. This Episode is the infamous “Morrell Twins” episode that will come up again when guests ‘Nelson’ appear on the show in a few dozen eps from now, this episode has annoying laughter, a possible Lesbian sexual encounter in the restroom, serendipitous recording ala ‘The Security Guard’ incident from 2000. We get a weird tidbit about Weird Al that makes him even weirder.

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From IMDb: Carla Morrell was born in 1966 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. She is an actress, known for Basket Case 3 (1991), Playboy: Voluptuous Vixens II (1998) and California Hot Wax (1992).

From IMDb: Carmen Morrell was born in 1966 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. She is an actress, known for Basket Case 3 (1991), Playboy: Voluptuous Vixens II (1998) and California Hot Wax (1992).

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GLL Episode 652

CLL #652 (feat. Jesus Jones)03/30/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

Long Lost Episode, missing for 18+ years now recovered, it is missing the final break and a few seconds from after the tape flip at the start of the 2nd hour. Adam apologizes to Producer Ann in this episode and the band are making their only known appearance on LoveLine during the Adam Era, it seems to be their final appearance as well as possibly their first ever.

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From WikiJesus Jones are a British alternative rock band from Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire, formed in late 1988, recorded and performed in the late 1980s into the 2000s.[1] Their track “Right Here, Right Now” was an international hit which was subsequently globally licensed for promotional and advertising campaigns. They also achieved chart success with the songs “Real Real Real,” “International Bright Young Thing” and “Info Freako”.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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GLL Episode 651

CLL #651 (feat. Marne Patterson)

03/29/1998 – Sunday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014) 

I’ve been waiting to share this one for nearly 2 years, though it wasn’t edited nor processed until just a few hours ago, we previously only had a 32-minute partial recording off of a JBJ Tape, many fans took delight in the very short but sweet clip. Now thanks to Melissa we have the full show, if you like the musical ‘Grease’ or just Adam singing in general then this show is for you, light, fun and totally unique. Marne from ‘Camp Nowhere’ and ‘Something So Right’ is making her one and only Classic LoveLine appearance, so much fun!

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IMDB: Marnette Patterson is an American born actress who was raised in Los Angeles California. Her name is a combination of her two great aunt’s: Mary and Nettie. Her aunt is Dana Dillaway, former child actress who appeared in Giant (1956) as Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson’s daughter Judy. She is a singer who started as a Junior Vocal Winner on “Star Search” when she was 9. She has worked in numerous film and television projects with the likes of Sharon Stone and Amy Adams. On September 4, 2011, Marnette married James Verzino, a Financial Advisor, at a Vineyard in Malibu. After a two year hiatus she returned to film opposite Bradley Cooper in Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper’.

From Wiki: Patterson was raised as an only child by her mother in Los Angeles, California, where she was born. Her name is her mother’s middle name: Marnette. Her aunt is Dana Dillaway, former child actress who appeared in Giant (1956) as Elizabeth Taylor’s and Rock Hudson’s daughter Judy (age 4). In 1989, Patterson was the junior vocalist winner on Star Search.

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Music Provided by Rich Banks

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GLL Episode 650

CLL #650 (feat. Third Eye Blind)

03/26/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

Another newly recovered lost show, date confirmed from the Concert the band played earlier in the evening in Chicago, by coincidence in the same city at the same time the guys ended up guesting on LoveLine, broadcasting live from Chicago at 11 p.m. Central Time. A truly one time only episode, the band are returning to the show which they would do several more times before Adam’s departure in 2005, this predates the Charlize Theron story by about 5 years for those wondering.

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From WikiThird Eye Blind is an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1993. The songwriting duo of Stephan Jenkins and Kevin Cadogan signed the band’s first major label recording contract with Elektra Records in 1996, which was later reported as the largest publishing deal ever for an unsigned artist. The band released their self-titled album, Third Eye Blind, in 1997, with the band largely consisting of Jenkins (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Cadogan (lead guitar), Arion Salazar (bass guitar), and Brad Hargreaves (drums). Shortly after the release of the band’s second album in 1999, Blue, with the same line-up, Cadogan was released from the band under controversial circumstances.

The band continued, but with many line-up changes and gaps between album releases. The band released Out of the Vein in 2003 and Ursa Major in 2009, with only Jenkins and Hargreaves as the remaining core members. The band’s current iteration, including Kryz Reid (lead guitar), Alex Kopp (keyboards), and Alex LeCavalier (bass guitar), recorded the band’s fifth studio album, Dopamine, which was released in 2015.

The band found commercial success in the late 1990s, with Third Eye Blind and Blue going six times and single platinum in the United States respectively. Several songs were a commercial success as well, with “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Jumper,” and “How’s It Going to Be,” all reaching the Top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100, and “Never Let You Go” reaching the Top 20. Third Eye Blind has sold around 12 million records worldwide

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GLL Episode 649

CLL #649 (feat. Semisonic)

03/25/1998 – Wednesday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014) merged with a Kevin Tape (2016)

Semisonic making their CLL debut, this is a brand new show and the date is confirmed via context clues and an upcoming 5 a.m. wake up call to meet at LAX and fly to Chicago to tape 3 Jenny Jones episodes which both of the boys are dreading. Hilarious, one time only content, don’t miss this one!

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Semisonic arrive at the 41st Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images.

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From WikiSemisonic was an American alternative rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1995. The band had three members: Dan Wilson (lead vocals, guitar), John Munson (bass guitar, backing vocals, keyboard), and Jacob Slichter (drums, percussion, keyboard). They are perhaps best known for their 1998 single “Closing Time”.

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Music Provided by Rich Banks

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GLL Episode 648

CLL #648 (feat. Tim Meadows)

03/24/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

Tim is making his CLL debut, he would return to the show two more times. Tim will be on the show again for CLL #1311 from 10/08/2000 when he’s promoting ‘The Ladies Man’ feature film and then again in 2004 with Tina Fey promoting ‘Mean Girls’. Tim has excellent chemistry with the boys, he busts out the Ladies Man a bit and they talk SNL, very solid episode and brand new to the archive, we previously had about 18 min. from a Yoyoma Tape but now we have almost the complete episode. Enjoy!

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From IMDB: Tim Meadows was born on February 5, 1961 in Highland Park, Michigan, USA as Timothy Meadows. He is an actor and writer, known for Mean Girls (2004), Saturday Night Live(1975) and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007). He was previously married to Michelle Taylor.

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GLL Episode 647

CLL #647 (feat. God Lives Underwater)

03/23/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014) merged with a Kevin Tape (2016)

This is a newly recovered episode, brand new to the archive and nearly 100% complete thanks to the new Kevin and Melissa Tapes, the date is 75% certain it could be 03/22/1998 the Sunday night show but no context clues were discovered to reveal that, for now #646 is missing and could be lost forever.

This is the only known appearance the band made on LoveLine, though they could have a lost episode or even a pre Adam era episode also lost to time. Classic Ep!

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From Wiki: God Lives Underwater was an industrial rock band from rural Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania (near Philadelphia), formed in 1993 by band members David Reilly and Jeff Turzo. God Lives Underwater was originally signed to American Recordings after being discovered by Rick Rubin, who subsequently produced the band’s first two albums. Prior to the band’s breakup, there were two other members, Andrew McGee and Adam Kary.

The band produced an extended play (EP) in 1995. Later that year, they released their first studio album, Empty. In 1998, they released another studio album, Life in the So-Called Space Age. It was their first and only album to ever chart, peaking #6 on Heatseekers, and #137 on the Billboard 200. Later that year, the released their second EP, Rearrange. In 2004, God Lives Underwater released their last album, Up Off The Floor. David later re-united with drummer Adam Kary in Philadelphia and created Fluzee. The two wrote and recorded a 7 track CD entitled “Seven” Recorded in Kary’s Philadelphia house, it was sold in limited edition online. They put together a live band to play a few shows in Philadelphia. David on guitar and vocals, Adam on guitar and backing vocal, Melissa Zahnweh on bass and Pat Haslup on drums. One year later, lead singer David Reilly died in his sleep, after the band’s breakup.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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GLL Episode 645

CLL #645 (feat. The Love Between the Two Hosts)

03/19/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) Patches

This tape was labeled as “Adult Boutique” in the JBJ collection, we now have a new source with the Kevin tape which confirms the date. Adam and Drew, just the love between the two hosts, some early “Ace Rockolla” discussion between the guys and some other super rare bits of content, previously we only had a 73-minute file, now we have the full show, only missing the intro music.

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GLL Episode 644

CLL #644 (feat. Sharon Case)03/18/1998 – Wednesday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014)

Drew tells Adam and Sharon about watching the 1998 Soap Opera Digest Awards which aired on February 27th 1998. Adam goes on a jag about Susan Lucci and her record setting number of nominations without a win. Sharon mentions the upcoming 25th anniversary of ‘The Young and The Wrestless’ which was March 26th 1998. Adam goes in depth on a recent episode of ‘Melrose Place’ with a helicopter accident related coma he watched with Lynette. A 1998 MTV Spring Break Promo helped triangulate the date, it said the coverage begins this weekend, meaning 03/13/1998. Dr. Drew tells the “Coolidge Effect” story. Dr. Drew has to bail early and Adam tells Sharon about the one time his mom fed the kids “weeds” like the kind growing by the jungle gym. A Last Minute Kevin Tape Discovery changed the date on this one, please ignore the intro where the show is listed incorrectly as #641.

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From Wiki Sharon Case (born February 9, 1971) is an American actress and former model. At the age of 17, Case began working as a model, relocating briefly to Japan, before pursuing an acting career. She is best known for her roles on daytime television soap operas, scoring parts in the serials General Hospital and As the World Turns during the early stages of her career. In 1994, she stepped into the role of Sharon Newman on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, which she still plays presently. Case, who is considered a leading actress for the series, won the 1999 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her performance which has been met with critical acclaim.

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GLL Episode 643

CLL #643 (feat. Eion Bailey)

03/17/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

This is a long lost episode, never known to exist, Eion is making his CLL debut and only known appearance, a one and done appearance, this was recorded after his first two big jobs, guest starring on season one of ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ for the episode ‘The Pack’ and his starring turn in ‘Askewniverse’ sister project ‘A Better Place’ written and directed by Vincent Pereira the official Kevin Smith and “View Askew” historian, Eion is fresh from a two episode stint on ‘Dawson’s Creek’ and he’s promoting his short-lived series ‘Significant Others’, Eion would go on to star in ‘Band of Brothers’ and was about to start work on ‘Fight Club’. I haven’t even had time to listen to the episode yet, so this one is a surprise for all of us.

A quick update on episodes, #641 scheduled for release last week was discovered to be #644 and will be released next, episode #641 is now unknown, it seems to be a “new” episode but is sadly now lost to time, possibly forever. Listener Nic was able to determine that #635 is for sure a best of episode which means we probably have already aired it in the feed, so we’re not missing much unless they played a lost ep from 1997 but that’s unlikely. Listener Brad noticed that the F-bombs in ‘I Choose’ by The Offspring were not edited out, that is how the show aired without censorship by mistake and Listener Pete discovered that the closing 3-4 minutes of #630 is actually a chunk from #623, mysteries solved, thanks fellas!

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From Wiki Eion Francis Hamilton Bailey (born June 8, 1976) is an American actor. He is known for playing Pvt. David Kenyon Webster in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers and his roles in the films Fight Club, Center Stage, Mindhunters, and Sexual Life. He had a recurring role on the USA Network series Covert Affairs and the ABC series Once Upon a Time. He also had a recurring role as Ray, a psychopathic killer in the CBS series Stalker.

Significant Others is an American drama series that aired on the Fox Network from March 11, 1998 to January 31, 1999. The series was created and executive produced by Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman.

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GLL Episode 642

CLL #642 (feat. Bow Wow Wow)03/16/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) Patches

This one is now complete thanks to the new Kevin Tape, it’s been online for many years but now we get a major sound quality upgrade, very fun show, lots of history of the band and how they formed and toured with such a young front woman. Adam and Annabella Lwin sing a duet towards the end of the show which is thankfully now intact, well more intact than it was.

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From Wiki Bow Wow Wow are an English 1980s new wave band, created by Malcolm McLaren to promote his and then girlfriend/business partner Vivienne Westwood’s New Romantic fashion lines. The group’s music has been described as new wave, pop and worldbeat, characterized by an “African-derived drum sound”.

GLL Episode 640

CLL #640 (feat. Barenaked Ladies)03/12/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source Erin’s only Tape (2011) with a Kevin Tape (2016) patch

We now have the closing 45 seconds to complete this previously long lost show, the episode is from a Barenaked Ladies fan’s tape I transferred 5 yrs. Ago, the guests are making their 2nd known appearance on LoveLine with 1 visit from 1992 that precedes this one. Adam and the guys sing, it’s hilarious! This tape was chosen over the Kevin tape due to the high pitch whine vs. the static that sounds like waves on the unknown tape. Bunch of solid calls and comedy material, great episode!

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From Wiki Barenaked Ladies (often abbreviated BNL or occasionally BnL) is a Canadian rock band. The band is currently composed of Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, Ed Robertson, and Tyler Stewart. Barenaked Ladies formed in 1988 in Scarborough, Ontario (now incorporated into the City of Toronto) as a duo of Robertson and Steven Page. Jim Creeggan and his brother Andrew “Andy” Creeggan joined at the end of 1989, and Stewart was added in 1990 while Andy was on a brief hiatus from the group. Andy left the band after its second album in 1995 and was replaced by Hearn. Page left in 2009, leaving the group as a quartet.

GLL Episode 639

CLL #639 (feat. The Offspring) – 03/11/1998 – Wednesday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

A newly recovered lost episode, missing for 18 yrs. The Offspring return for another solid vist, further developing their rapport with the boys. They’re promoting their 1998 release ‘Americana’ which featured the extremely popular single ‘Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)’ and there is talk of a filthy fax sent to Adam.

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From Wiki The Offspring is an American punk rock band from Huntington Beach, California, formed in 1984. Formed under the name Manic Subsidal, the band consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Dexter Holland, bassist Greg K., lead guitarist Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman and drummer Pete Parada. The Offspring went through several lineup changes over the years, and Holland and Greg K. have been the only constant members. The band is often credited—alongside fellow California punk bands Green Day and Rancid—for reviving mainstream interest in punk rock in the 1990s. They have sold over 40 million records worldwide, being considered one of the best-selling punk rock bands of all time.

GLL Episode 638

CLL #638 (feat. Todd Richards and Rick Thorne w/ Dr. Bruce)03/10/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014) with Kevin Tape (2016) patches

Todd and Rick are both making their Classic LoveLine debut, Dr. Bruce is filling in for Drew, the guys are promoting ‘Board Aid’ and the date is triple confirmed. Previously lost to time for the past 18 yrs. now restored to the archive in full.

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From Wiki Todd Richards (born December 28, 1969) is a snowboarder from Paxton, Massachusetts. Richards is regarded as one of the most influential free style snowboarders ever to grace the sport. Helping to usher in “skate style” during the time when the sport was mainly influeced by alpine racing events. He is one of the most deocorated competitive snowboarders ever. Stacking up wins at prestigious events such as the X Games and Vans Triple Crown of Snowboarding.

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From IMDB Rick Thorne was born on October 11, 1969 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for xXx (2002), Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4 (2002) and Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009). @RickThorne

 

GLL Episode 637

CLL #637 (feat. Cherry Poppin Daddies)03/09/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

Another lost recording, newly restored to the archive, it’s missing the closing break, 14 sec. or so after the 46 min. mark due to the tape flip when Kevin recorded it, it’s missing another 4 seconds about a minute later. 98% complete and the best we’re ever going to get. The guys are making what seems to be their CLL debut, I know, I know what about last year, that was Squirrel Nut Zippers, I checked!

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From Wiki The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies are an American band established in Eugene, Oregon in 1989. Formed by singer Steve Perry and bassist Dan Schmid, the band has experienced many membership changes over the years, with only Perry, Schmid and trumpeter Dana Heitman currently remaining from the founding line-up.

GLL Episode 636

CLL #636 (feat. Forest For The Trees)03/08/1998 – Sunday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2008) and Yoyoma02 Tape (2010) patches

This one is a bit complicated, we have over 5 sources for it but all of the sources recorded from the same 57 min. of the show with almost zero overlap, so this show starts about 20 min. in progress and ends about 10 min. early missing the final break and more, they discuss Adam’s ill-fated airport ride which makes it even more upsetting that the file is cut short.

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From Wiki Forest for the Trees was a group started by Carl Stephenson in 1993. The project produced only a single full-length album during its duration. Self-titled, the album was released in 1997 after being delayed by a nervous breakdown that kept Stephenson from working on it for several years. Forest for the Trees produced only one single of note titled “Dream.” Forest for the Trees had many members, including John “coz” Acosta, Beck, Papa Bear Martinez, Mark Petersen, Don Device, David Strayer /drums, Chris Camacho/ bass and Jasper & Amadeus amongst others. One album remains unreleased as of 2006 being shelved by the now non-existent DreamWorks Records. In addition to be the creator of the group and producing, Stephenson plays violin, guitar, sitar, drums, keyboards and the didgeridoo. “Forest for the Trees is also beautifully infected with a collage of sounds from answering machines to dripping water to roller coasters, which bring a real-life aspect to rather abstract music.” The band performed at the 2002 Coachella Music Festival.

GLL Episode 634

CLL #634 (feat. Ben Folds) – 03-04-1998 – Wednesday Night Show

BEST OF – CLL #613 (feat. Ben Folds) – 02/03/1998 –Tuesday Night Show

SourceJBJ Tape (2008)

Ben Folds makes his CLL debut from Tuesday, February 3rd 1998. They discuss his Australian tour, the meaning behind the song Brick and Dr. John is filling in for Dr. Drew.
There is a new Kevin tape source but the background has a high pitched buzz so it wasn’t used, this is a brand new transfer from the JBJ tape first acquired in 2008. This was a full show best of aired while Adam and Drew were on their ill-fated trip across the country where Adam was left stranded and Drew lost his 1200$ camel hair duster on a plane with Fastball, whoa!

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From Wiki Benjamin Scott “Ben” Folds (born September 12, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter and record producer. From 1995 to 2000, Folds was the frontman and pianist of the alternative rock band Ben Folds Five. After the group temporarily disbanded, Folds performed as a solo artist and has toured all over the world. The group reunited in 2011. He has also collaborated with musicians such as William Shatner, Regina Spektor and “Weird Al” Yankovic and undertaken experimental songwriting projects with authors such as Nick Hornby and Neil Gaiman. In addition to contributing music to the soundtracks of the animated films Over the Hedge, and Hoodwinked!, Folds produced Amanda Palmer’s first solo album and was a judge on the NBC a cappella singing contest The Sing-Off from 2009 to 2013.

 

GLL Episode 633

CLL #633 (feat. Salt, Pepa and Spinderella) – 03-03-1998 – Tuesday Night Show

BEST OF – CLL #605 (feat. Salt-n-Pepa & Spinderella) – 01/22/1998 – Thursday Night Show

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This is the only appearance by the group, they do have one of the most infamous cancel/rebooking dramas in the history of CLL, but not for this visit. The women are all very engaged and fun, really solid guests who also appeared on the MTV version of Loveline for MTV-Loveline – 1998-02-13 – Salt-N-Pepa.

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From Wiki Salt-N-Pepa is an American hip hop trio from Queens, New York. The group, consisting of Cheryl James (“Salt”), Sandra Denton (“Pepa”) and originally Latoya Hanson, who was replaced by Deidra Roper (“DJ Spinderella”), was formed in 1985 and was one of the first all-female rap groups. They won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.

GLL Episode 632

CLL #632 (feat. Jackie Collins)03/02/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014)

This one is a bit complicated, it’s the only known copy of the show, Melissa sent the tape in 2014 and it was the only one of her collection to be swollen and unplayable, the tape required tons of care and surgery, it had to be re-taped together by hand, the real rub on this one is it’s the night Adam solicited his airport ride from a fan named Maria, after two nights of taking calls to pick out his best possible candidate to most likely to show up and not assault him. About 95 sec. of the show is lost forever and it’s been edited back together in the way that most made sense, it should be 99% in sequence but could have some errors, stay tuned for some “bonus clips” as well.

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GLL Episode 631

CLL #631 (feat. Fastball)03/01/1998 – Sunday Night Show

Source TobyDog Tape (2009)

This features the only known clips we have the lost 1998 Fastball show, it features a live performance of their big radio single ‘The Way’ and some hints about “Driver Gate 98” Adam’s infamous ill-fated fan provided airport ride. Edited together in the best way possible without knowing what happened when during the show, enjoy. This Episode will be discussed when Fastball return for CLL #888 on 02/23/1999.

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From Wiki Fastball is an American rock band that formed in Austin, Texas in 1995. The band originally called themselves “Magneto U.S.A.” but changed their name after signing with Hollywood Records. In 1998, their album All the Pain Money Can Buy reached platinum sales within six months of its release, and stayed on the Billboard 200 chart for a year. In addition, the group has been nominated for two Grammy Awards – Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for “The Way”, and Best Long Form Music Video for their promotional video “They Wanted The Highway”. They also received five The Austin Chronicle awards: 1998’s Album of the Year, Best Video, Best Single/EP, Band of the Year, and 1995’s Best Pop Band

GLL Episode 630

CLL #630 (feat. The Love between The Two Hosts)02/26/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with a SpaceBoye Tape (2012) patch

This episode is now complete, a 4 min. chunk from the SpaceBoye collection has been online for several years, now we have the remainder of the show, it’s unclear if the date on the SpaceBoye tape was correct, but it was edited back in just in case it does belong with this show.

GLL Episode 625

CLL #625 (feat. Days of The New)02/19/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014) with TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches

This episode is now complete, about half of the show has been online for many years, we now have a confirmed date and the full show too! The band are making their only known appearance on CLL.

GLL Episode 440

CLL #440 (feat. Michael Penn)

06/05/1997 – Thursday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

This episode is an incomplete recording of the long lost Michael Penn episode from 97, it’s the only known recording, it starts already in progress and seems to be missing content from the beginning, middle and end. Still better than nothing, very fun episode, Michael returns to the show with Aimee Mann for CLL #1223 which aired on 06/06/2000 and will be aired in this feed. Working on some complex file merges and restoring some lost shows, rest assured the assembly line will speed up very shortly “I’m trying my best here under really difficult circumstances.”

GLL Episode 628 – Best Of

CLL #628 is a full show repeat of #578 (feat. David Johansen aka ‘Buster Poindexter’) 12/16/1997 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – Kevin Tape.

David Johansen making his only known CLL appearance promoting his “Buster Poindexter” album, this is a newly restored Kevin Tape unheard for 17 years and 364 days, enjoy. These are the Exact production files and have 20+ sec silence between commercial breaks, no ads though.

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GLL Episode 627 – Best Of

CLL #627 is a full show repeat of #577 (feat. Nikkie Van Lierop of ‘Lords of Acid’) 12/15/1997 – Monday Night Show

 Source Kevin Tape. This is a brand new tape from the Kevin Batch of roughly 400 tapes.

This show is incomplete with roughly just an hour of the show minus the songs played which were edited out with tape edits back in 97. The opening music and closing break are intact, the show is missing about 45min of content from somewhere in the 2nd segment/break. This episode has been missing for 17 years and 360 days, nobody has heard it since it aired, nobody. There may be some missing “band incident” arguing, per a comment made by Adam in the closing break. These are the Exact production files and have 20+ sec silence between commercial breaks, no ads though.

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GLL Episode 626

CLL #626 (feat. John Tesh) 02/22/1998 – Sunday Night Show

Source Freshly Transferred JBJ Tape (2009) with TobyDog Tape (2008) patches

This episode features a rare Joycelyn Elders intro, clearly from a lost episode possibly even CLL #625 which is now missing, this date is triple confirmed via the source tapes and guest clues. CLL #627 and #628 will be best of episodes from Dec. 1997. John is making his 2nd known appearance on CLL, he first visit was on Episode #105 from 02/22/1996 exactly two years earlier. John proves to be even more fun the 2nd time around and stays until the end of the show having fun with the boys, solid ep.

 

GLL Episode 148

CLL #148 (feat. Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee)

04/23/1996 – Tuesday Night Show

Source: “LovelineFan” Tape (2012) Unknown Recording Source with DickRicky Post Processing

Songs Played: “Planet Boom” from the Barb Wire Soundtrack

This is the first appearance of both Pam and Tommy of the Adam era, Adam has a long history with both of them on air starting with this show, this ep contains a discussion of the leaked sex tape, Adam’s vow to never watch it would come later and he would hold true for almost 5 years.

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They’re promoting the 1996 film “Barb Wire” and Tommy’s song from the soundtrack was played during the show.

Adam checks out Pamela’s latest Playboy spread and tells her to not be so modest.

This is the only known appearance of Pam and Tommy on the show together and the only known appearance of Pamela outside of the MTV show promoting “VIP”.

There may be more appearances for both that we discover as we fill out this archive.

Adam Carolla has recently been discussing this very episode on his current Adam Carolla show podcast, circa Feb. 2014.

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GLL Episode 624

CLL #624 (feat. Anka Radakovich)

02/18/1998 – Wednesday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016)

This episode features a bumper from a lost Traci Lords episode, either from early 98 or sometime in 1997 it seems. Anka is making her CLL debut, continuing their pre and post Valentine’s Day bookings of female “sex experts.” Anka Radakovich is an author and columnist, often considered the first modern sex columnist through her pioneering column in Details magazine, which ran from 1990 to 1999. This episode previously only existed in 38min and 11min clips from my previous transfers, now complete thanks to Kevin. Now only missing 13.9sec of show content from the tape flip and a lost 2.5sec after the 1:04:30 mark of the episode along with the final 25sec of the last break.

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LoveLine Tapes – Unused Partial Recordings

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CLL #623 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts)

02/17/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with Spinfly Tape (2009) Patch at the end to complete the show.

This newly transferred Kevin Tape is the only known copy on earth of this long lost episode, there was nothing else that could be found to patch in and then at the last moment I discovered this chunk I pulled off of a Spinfly Tape 7yrs ago, boom complete episode only missing 2.6-5.4sec of show audio for the tape flip. Just Classic Adam & Drew sans guest. You can’t hear this one anywhere else.

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LoveLine Tapes – Closing minute of show found off a misdated tape

GLL Episode 622

CLL #622 (feat. Kelly Ashton)

02/16/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with MissyG Tape (2014) and JBJ Tape (2008) patches.

This Episode is now complete with a new Kevin Tape, Kelly proved to be a controversial guest, once again you decide for yourself and this is her one and only appearance on the show. Kelly Ashton is a pornographic film actress.

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LoveLine Tapes 

GLL Episode 621

CLL #621 (feat. Tiffany Mynx) – 02/15/1998

Sunday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) Patches

This one is a couple days late, sorry, due to a misdated tape it had to be researched, The Kevin tape had it listed as February 19th but the JBJ tape had it listed as it’s now correct date of February 15th, Adam discusses his Valentine’s Day activities and the boys get into their day of taping the MTV version of the show. Tiffany is making her one and only known appearance on the show. Tiffany Mynx is an American pornographic actress and film director.

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GLL Episode 620

CLL #620 (feat. Dr. Natasha Terry)

02/12/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source Kevin Tape (2016) with Melissa Tape (2014) and TobyDog Tape patches.

This Episode is now complete with 2 new recordings, so the previous 24min TobyDog file is now complete thanks to Kevin and Melissa, prescient fans who keep surprising us all with these wonderful tapes. Natasha is a fun guest and is making her only known appearance on the show.

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Music Provided by Rich Banks

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GLL Episode 619

CLL #619 (feat. Gary Goldschneider)

02/11/1998 – Wednesday Night Show

Source Melissa Tape (2014) with Kevin Tape (2016) Patches

This Episode is entirely new to the archive, never before shared online, if you heard this one it was back in 98. Gary joins them remotely via the phone system and stays online for the majority of the show after the first break, he is promoting his new book and “analyzes” compatibility for callers and the staff/cast of the show, a very unique episode indeed! We have a Kevin Tape and this Melissa Tape, the Kevin tape had a high pitched whine so we went with the full body of the Melissa Tape due to the superior sound and used the Kevin Tape to patch in a missing 2min at the top of the 2nd hour and a missing 20 seconds from the closer with Dr. Drew.

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GLL Episode 616

CLL #616 (feat. Matt Westmore, Edon Kagasoff and Rusty Joiner)

02/08/1998 – Sunday Night Show

SourceMelissa Tape (2014)

This is the episode featuring the ‘Structure Underwear Models’ as was previously shared online back in 2012, this new Melissa tape replaces the partial show from the TobyDog tape that was just over 49min in total and incomplete. We now have nearly the full show, it begins in progress (just barely) and there was no material for patching from the TobyDog file. Drew tells Adam the story of how he ended up in the line for the Jerry springer Show audience while in Chicago at the studio for his appearance on Jenny Jones which taped at the same studio.

 

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Themesong Provided by Rich Banks

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GLL Episode 618

CLL #618 (feat. Hum)

02/10/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

SourceKevin Tape (2016) with Melissa Tape (2014) and Spinfly Tape (2010) patches.

We now have 3 different copies of this long lost episode, it’s a complex merging of the 3 known recordings, now complete in full. The band prove to be gun guests, a very nice lost episode.

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Never Before Released – You Have Not Heard This One 

GLL Episode 615

CLL #615 (feat. Blink 182 and Dr. John)

02/05/1998 –Thursday Night Show

SourceKevin Tape (2016)

The Long Lost episode #615 is now recovered, 18yrs ago it aired and then vanished off the earth, we now have the only known copy, this is one of Blink 182’s earliest appearances on CLL, featuring the original lineup before Travis Barker replaced their drummer. There is a very funny one time only type of interaction with a caller and some karaoke. This episode is truly from a bygone era, so good!

Never Before Released – You Have Not Heard This One 

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GLL Episode 614

CLL #614 (feat. The Crystal Method and Dr. John) 

02/04/1998Wednesday Night Show

SourceKevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) patches where needed

This is the new definitive version of this episode, the best audio was chosen, the JBJ tape had a “muddy” quality and the Kevin Tape has a high pitched squeal, the audio was superior so we used that one as the base. The Crystal Method would become sleeper-classic Loveline guests, they return later with “dancer” Holly Body who delights Adam much to Lynette’s chagrin, stay tuned for that episode along with at least 4 more appearances before 2005 and Adam’s departure from the show.

GLL Episode 613

CLL #613 (feat. Ben Folds) – 02/03/1998 –Tuesday Night Show

SourceJBJ Tape

Ben Folds makes his CLL debut from Tuesday, February 3rd 1998. They discuss his Australian tour, the meaning behind the song Brick and Dr. John is filling in for Dr. Drew.
There is a new Kevin tape source but the background has a high pitched buzz so it wasn’t used, this is a brand new transfer from the JBJ tape first acquired in 2008.

This is still just a temporary format for now. Intros or Outros will be applied to future releases.

RIP Classic Loveline

For the time being the GIO Podcast is back with a slightly altered format, doing this for the listeners.

GLL #608 (feat. Tsianina Joelson) – 01/27/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – Melissa Tape
The Long Lost episode #608 is now recovered, 18yrs ago it aired and then vanished off the earth reverberating through space and time, somehow captured and now preserved forever, you’re welcome. Tsianina Joelson is making her only known appearance, previously an 11min chunk of this show was found on a Spinfly tape but none of that was needed for patching this Melissa Tape acquired in 2014. This Episode starts with Adam and Drew wrapping up their opening call, it’s missing a few minutes up top.

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GIO Takes Over Sketchy Podcast Vol. 3

For listeners jonesing for some GIO, stay tuned the show will return in 2016 with a new format, same host sadly.

Until then Enjoy Giovanni on one of his favorite podcasts, Sketchy:

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This week we finish up with Superfan Giovanni to discuss another great Stan Lee creation, the 90s Marvel and Fox cartoon “X-Men” from 1992. In this episode, we discuss the “Days of Future Past” story arc, featuring everyone’s favorite characters, Bishop and Cable. Does a mall babe eat chili fries? Listen and see. 

GIO on Sketchy Vol. 1

 

GIO Takes Over Sketchy Podcast Vol. 2

For listeners jonesing for some GIO, stay tuned the show will return in 2016 with a new format, same host sadly.

Until then Enjoy Giovanni on one of his favorite podcasts, Sketchy:

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Sketchy welcomes friend-of-the-show, Superfan Giovanni (G.I.O. Podcast and Podgodz podcast among others) to discuss the Spider-Man animated series from 1994 that aired on Fox Kids, arguably one of the best super-hero cartoon adaptations ever made. Period. And if you want to argue, we’ll be here.

Bring it.

GIO on Sketchy Vol. 1

 

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