Sunday, April 27, 2008

Show #126--4/27/08

Respectable Street--XTC
Bleecker & MacDougal--Fred Neil
Everybody's Talkin'--Harry Nilsson
Across 110th Street--Bobby Womack
Darkness, Darkness--The Youngbloods
Cobalt Blue--Eri Yamamoto
My World Fell Down--Sagittarius
RR vs. D--Au
Roll to Me--Del Amitri
All We Ever Look For--Kate Bush
Misery--Soul Asylum
Journey Through the Past (Live at Massey Hall)--Neil Young

Hour 2: 40 Years Ago: Billboard Hot 100, April 27, 1968

The Happy Song (Dum-Dum)--Otis Redding (#87)
Master Jack--Four Jacks & a Jill (#75)
Red Red Wine--Neil Diamond (#62)
Like to Get to Know You--Spanky & Our Gang (#61)
Mrs. Robinson--Simon & Garfunkel (#58)
Paying the Cost to Be the Boss--B.B. King (#56)
Goodbye Baby (I Don't Want to See You Cry)--Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart (#53)
Kiss Me Goodbye--Petula Clark (#38)
A Beautiful Morning--The Rascals (#19)
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly--Hugo Montenegro (#14)
I Got the Feelin'---James Brown (#6)
(Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone--Aretha Franklin (#5)
Lady Madonna--The Beatles (#4)
Young Girl--Gary Puckett & the Union Gap (#3)
Cry Like a Baby--The Box Tops (#2)
Honey--Bobby Goldsboro (#1)

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Show #125--4/20/08

Hey, I'm back...

You Got the Silver (from "Shine a Light")--The Rolling Stones
Under My Thumb—The Rolling Stones
Cheating--The Animals
Ain't That Lovin' You--Bobby "Blue" Bland
Something on Your Mind--Karen Dalton
Shapes of Things--The Yardbirds
Just Let Me Be--Pilot
Toys--John Zorn
Night Game--Sam Yahel Trio
Suspicious Minds--Elvis Presley
Peace Be Upon Us--Sheryl Crow
The French Open--Foals

Hour 2--Mystery Theme

Have a listen (when? why, at 9pm EST, of course) and see if you can figure out what these songs have in common. It can relate to title, or group, or subject matter, or the music itself...listen closely and contact me if you want to have a guess. (724-357-WIUP; or on AIM, keyword IUPRADIO, or mail me at I think it's fairly obvious, but then again, I came up with the theme...I shall reveal it at the bottom of the hour.

And the mystery theme? All the songs played featured the flute!

One Night in Bangkok--Murray Head
Room to Move--John Mayall
Going Up the Country--Canned Heat
Soul Bossa Nova--Quincy Jones & His Orchestra
That I Would Be Good--Alanis Morissette
California Dreamin'--The Mamas & the Papas
So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright--Simon & Garfunkel
Cross Eyed Mary--Jethro Tull
Beatbox Flute demo (featuring "Inspector Gadget" and "Axel F")--Greg Pattillo
Fables of Faubus--Project
Lotta Love--Nicolette Larson
Everyone--Van Morrison
Freedom Rider--Traffic

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Show #124--4/13/08

Jay Mills is filling in for me once again this week, as I'm attending an actual live performance in Pittsburgh on Sunday evening. (I already miss being in the studio).

Thanks, Jay!

Friday, April 04, 2008

Show #123--4/6/08

Mule Skinner Blues--The Fendermen
Soul Sauce (Wachi Wara)--Cal Tjader
Down Home Girl--Alvin Robinson
Walk on By--Dionne Warwick
In the Dark--Nancy Wilson
Fancy--Bobbie Gentry
The Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp--O.C. Smith
I Wanna Do for You--Honk
So Much Easier--Honk
Crazy Fool--The Dukes
Real Long Distance--Josh Ritter
Strange Times--The Black Keys
Hellodrama (Live)--What Made Milwaukee Famous
Charlena--The Outsiders
Time Won't Let Me--The Outsiders

Hour 2--A Round of Remakes

Think--IUP Marching Band (1986)
Day Tripper--Cheap Trick
Drive My Car--The Donnas
Got to Get You Into My Life--Earth, Wind & Fire
Higher Ground--Ellen McIlwaine
Groovin'--Reverend Organdrum
Ramblin' (Wo)man--Cat Power
I Go to Sleep--Sia
Never My Love--Blue Swede
Under the Boardwalk--The Boppers
Ain't That Peculiar--Ramsey Lewis
Beautiful--Elvis Costello
Blue Moon--Elvis Presley
You're No Good--Linda Ronstadt