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Hits That Should Have Been: 'Lost in the Grooves'

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Hits That Should Have Been: 'Lost in the Grooves'

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Hits That Should Have Been: 'Lost in the Grooves'

Hits That Should Have Been: 'Lost in the Grooves'

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We take a look at under-the-radar musical gems. The Beach Boys released the potential hit "Till I Die" in 1971, but chances are this is the first you've heard about it. The book Lost in the Grooves details this and other instances of albums and artists that should have been famous.

Guests:

Kim Cooper, founder of Scram magazine. Co-editor of Lost in the Grooves.

David Smay, Co-editor of Lost in the Grooves. Contributor to Scram magazine.