The "Insane World Of Mike Sain" airs every Wednesday at 9:00 AM Eastern Time on WPON-AM 1460 Detroit. Today, Mike played songs about our favorite warm and fuzzy creatures: cats and dogs.
- I'm Gonna Buy Me A Dog - Monkees - 1966
- Hound Dog - Elvis Presley - 1956
- Bird Dog - Everly Brothers - 1958
- Walking The Dog - Rufus Thomas - 1963
- Three Cool Cats - Coasters - 1959
- Copy Cat - Gary "U.S" Bonds - 1962
- Walkin' My Cat Named Dog - Norma Tanega - 1966
- What's New Pussycat - Tom Jones - 1965
- Cat Man - Gene Vincent - 1957
- Doggin' Around - Jackie Wilson - 1960
- Nashville Cats - Lovin' Spoonful - 1967
- Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron - Royal Guardsmen - 1966
- Leroy - Norma Tracy - 1965
- Lad A Dog - The G-Clefs - 1962
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- The Monkees comedic "I'm Gonna Buy Me A Dog" is included on Monkees, a CD reissue of their 1966 debut album.
- "Three Cool Cats" by the Coasters was the B-side song of their 1959 novelty hit "Charlie Brown" (Atco 6132). This song is included on The Ultimate Coasters and 50 Coastin' Classics: Anthology.
- "Copycat" by Gary "U.S" Bonds was a minor chart hit in 1962. This song is included on The Very Best of Gary "U.S." Bonds: Original Legrand Masters and The School of Rock 'N' Roll: Best of Gary U.S. Bonds.
- "Cat Man" by famed 1950s rockabilly rocker Gene Vincent is included on Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps, a CD reissue of Gene Vincent's 1957 album. This song can also be found on The Screaming End: The Best Of Gene Vincent. Best known for his 1956 hit, "Be-Bop-A-Lula," Gene Vincent was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
- "Leroy" by Norma Tracey and the Cinderella Kids was a minor hit in 1965, peaking at only #107 (Day Dell 1005). This song was based on the "Ken-L-Ration" dog food commercial jingle "My Dog's Better Than Your Dog."
- "(There Never Was A Dog Like) Lad" by the G-Clefs was the B-side song of "A Girl Has To Know" which was a minor hit in 1962 (Terrace 7503).
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