Speaking of Casey Kasem, on January 15, 1972, he talked about a band that was getting much mention as America's answer to the Rolling Stones. He cited two rock writers, from San Francisco and Sacramento, who had made an explicit comparison between the raunch and blues of this new group and the Stones. Then he played the new hit from this five-man band out of Boston:
"Lookin' for a Love," by the J. Geils Band. Bet you didn't see that one coming.