Episode 39 – P. F. Sloan

Singer-songwriter P. F. Sloan, known the world over as the author of political anthems such as ‘Eve of Destruction’ (Barry McGuire) and popular hits like ‘Secret Agent Man’ (Johnny Rivers), ‘A Must to Avoid’ (Herman’s Hermits), ‘Summer Means Fun’ (Jan & Dean), ‘You Baby’ (The Turtles) and ‘Take Me For What I’m Worth’ (The Searchers), joins Sodajerker to talk about starting in music as a teenager, his songwriting partnership with Steve Barri, the heady successes of the 1960s, and the many struggles that pushed him away from music for more than 30 years.

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