Sunday, November 30, 2008

Show #157--11/30/08

Run to You—Bryan Adams
Everybody Knows—Ryan Adams
I Like Being Left Alone—Robbie Fulks
The File—Bob Luman
Poor Jenny—Dave Edmunds/Nick Lowe
You Are the Woman—Firefall
Joy/Turn on Your Radio—Nilsson
The Runaway—Gentle Giant
Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll—Blue Oyster Cult
Hold Her Tight—The Osmonds
Popcorn—Hot Butter
My Home Recordings—Last Step
Protection—Massive Attack

Hour 2—60s: Sunshine Pop

Chorale/Kites Are Fun—The Free Design
Don’t Take Your Time—Roger Nichols & A Small Circle of Friends
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)—Harpers Bizarre
A Whole Lot of Rainbows—The Salt
Morning Girl—The Neon Philharmonic
Paper Cup—The Fifth Dimension
Go Where You Wanna Go—The Mamas & the Papas
1900 Yesterday—Liz Damon’s Orient Express (from 1970)
Happiness—Anita Kerr & the Anita Kerr Singers
Time for Livin’—The Association
Time to Love—The Addrisi Brothers
Sunday Will Never Be the Same—Spanky & Our Gang
Distance—Spanky & Our Gang
Just What I’ve Been Looking For—The Vogues
The Rain, the Park, and Other Things—The Cowsills
My World Fell Down—Sagittarius

**Hey, what happened to Show #156?

I also did a 4-hour shift this past Friday, two hours of jazz and 2 hours of Sampler.
Here's what I played:

6pm Jam Sessions:

I Adore You—Esperanza Spalding
Crow Jane—The Derek Trucks Band
Fables of Faubus—Project
Boogie Stop Shuffle—Quincy Jones
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat—Charles Mingus
Manteca—Dizzy Gillespie
Buena Vista Social Club—Buena Vista Social Club
U-Dwi—Hugh Masekela
Let Up—Abbey Lincoln
Autumn Leaves—Miles Davis Quintet

Hour 2

Home Again!—Menahan Street Band
Son a Propulsion—Juan Pablo Torres y Algo Nuevo
Spectacle—Chick Corea and Bela Fleck
Na├»ve Art—Trio M
Toys—John Zorn
Soy Califa—Dexter Gordon
Here’s That Rainy Day—Nancy Wilson
A Paz—Sam Yahel Trio
Mulata—Raul Paz
Sexy—Los Amigos Invisibles
(It’s Just) Talk—Pat Metheny Group


Stuck in a Moment That You Can’t Get Out Of—U2
Stuck to You—Nikka Costa
Stuck in the Middle with You—Stealers Wheel
Mr. Universe—Gerry Rafferty
How Good it Can Be—The 88
Black Rice—Women
I’m Waiting for the Man—The Velvet Underground
Cannonball—The Breeders
Leghead’s Lament/In Your Eyes—Nancy Wilson
O.K.—Ani DiFranco
Get on the Right Thing—Paul McCartney & Wings
Married Man’s a Fool—Ry Cooder
Beedle Um Bum—Blind Willie McTell
Statesboro Blues—Blind Willie McTell

Hour 2—So, Where Are You (Not) From?

The Boy from New York City—The Ad Libs
The Girl from New York City—The Beach Boys
The Little Old Lady from Pasadena—Jan & Dean
A Little Girl from Little Rock—Marilyn Monroe/Jane Russell
I’m Not From Here—James McMurtry
Amy Walker: “21 Accents”
Girl from the North Country—Bruce Hornsby
The Girl from Ipanema—Getz/Gilberto
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Saginaw, Michigan—Lefty Frizzell
Okie from Muskogee—Merle Haggard
That’s Right (You’re Not from Texas)—Lyle Lovett
Woman from Tokyo—Deep Purple
Down Under—Colin Hay
We’re from Barcelona—I’m from Barcelona

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Show #155--11/23/08

Dog Star Radio—Joydrop
Starsong…What Became of Us—Sylvie Lewis
I’m Waiting for the Day—The Beach Boys
Fool for You—The Impressions
Everybody is a Star—Sly and the Family Stone
Fame a la Mode—Michel Polnareff
Voices of Babylon—The Outfield
All Apologies—Nirvana
Pot Kettle Black—Tilly and the Wall
Blockbuster—The Sweet
Rudy’s Way—Soulive
Underground Stream—Irma Thomas

Hour 2—Fraternal Twins (triplets at the end...)

Good Timin'—The Beach Boys
Good Timin'—Jimmy Jones
But I Do—Clarence “Frogman” Henry
But I Do—The Pursuit of Happiness
It's a Miracle—Trashcan Sinatras
It's a Miracle—Barry Manilow
Baby Girl—Sugarland
Baby Girl—Nelly Furtado
Goodbye Girl—Squeeze
Goodbye Girl—David Gates
Lonely Girl—Sagittarius
Lonely Girl—P!nk
Borderline—Sonya Kitchell
Borderline--Eliza Gilkyson

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Show #154--11/16/08

Foot Stomping (Part One)—The Flares
Hot Shot—The Buena Vistas
Everlasting Love—Robert Knight
Buena Vista Social Club—Buena Vista Social Club
Tusk—Fleetwood Mac
Lucky Number—Lene Lovich
Take it to the Next Wave—Jane Aire and the Belvederes
Highly Inflammable—X-Ray Spex
Just the Way it Goes—Red Rider
Lock and Key—The Whispertown 2000
Lock and Key—Mason Proper
Sweet Lady—What Made Milwaukee Famous

Hour 2—Who is He: Songs of the Other Man

(If Loving You is Wrong) I Don’t Want to Be Right—Luther Ingram
Another Man’s Woman—Supertramp
Who is He (and What is He to You)?—Bill Withers
Jody’s Got Your Girl and Gone—Johnnie Taylor
Him—Rupert Holmes
Making Love (at the Dark End of the Street)—Clarence Carter
Back Door Man—Howlin’ Wolf
Whose Muddy Shoes—Elmore James
The Other Man—Sloan
Somebody’s Been Sleeping—100 Proof Aged in Soul
Me and Mrs. Jones—Billy Paul
One Way Out—The Allman Brothers Band

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Show #153--11/9/08

Pieces—The Bridges
All Cried Out—Dusty Springfield
Chasing Pavements—Adele
Lowdown—Boz Scaggs
Black Rice—Women
I Happen to Love You—The Electric Prunes
As the Years Go By—Mashmakhan
Commotion—Creedence Clearwater Revival
Memphis Soul Stew—King Curtis
Keep it Up—The Soul Brothers
Alla This—Ani Difranco
Let Me Touch You For Awhile—Alison Krauss + Union Station
Pickin’ Up the Pieces—Poco

Hour 2—Post-Election Pieces (featuring...)

The One—Tracy Bonham
Bridge to Nowhere—Sam Roberts Band
Lipstick—Suzi Quatro
Glass Ceiling—Metric
(I Love the Sound of) Breaking Glass--Nick Lowe
Hey Joe—The Leaves
My Friends—Red Hot Chili Peppers
A Change is Gonna Come—Sam Cooke

Sunday, November 02, 2008

Show #152--11/2/08

Immigrant Song—Led Zeppelin
Bury the Ghost—Dosh
Life on Mars?--David Bowie
Oh Well—Fleetwood Mac
You Are the Best Thing—Ray LaMontagne
Tane Mahuta—The Ruby Suns
Supersonic—Suddenly, Tammy!
Figure Eight—Blossom Dearie
Skating Away (on the Thin Ice of the New Day)—Jethro Tull
Untitled/These Things Happen—David Van Tieghem
Red & Purple—The Dodos
Pieces—The Bridges

Hour 2—Parlour Game: Echoes of Last Week

I hope most of my shows hang together reasonably well, but it's occurred to me more than once that sometimes my themes are somewhat obscure (like, 'why these songs?'). So it is with this week's theme, and I figured that the term "parlour game" would denote an unusually marginal theme, and one that more than likely edifies the host and only the host--though I hope the set is listenable enough. So anyhow...last week Jim filled in for me, and me brain started working as some of the songs he programmed reminded me of other similar titles, and as an added twist, I tried to include a number or number variant in each title, like Jim also did. That's reflected in the playlist below. Second hour songs are in bold, and Jim's selections (the original inspirations) follow in parentheses...Told you it was obscure!--Marc

853-5937—Squeeze (867-5309/Jenny—Tommy Tutone)

One Man Woman/One Woman Man—Paul Anka & Odia Coates
(You Two Timed Me One Time Too Often—Helen O’Connell)

Thirteen Women—Bill Haley (Two Lovers—Mary Wells)

One of the Millions—XTC (One in a Million—The Romantics)

Three Ways from Tomorrow—Spanky & Our Gang

(Five Definitions of Love—Spanky & Our Gang)

My One and Only Love—Tom Warrington Trio (You’re the One—The Vogues)

The Postman Always Rings Twice (Main Title + Dialogue)--George Bassman

(One Less Bell to Answer—The Fifth Dimension)

Can’t Wait One Minute More—CIV (One Minute to One—Ricky Nelson)

Six O’Clock—The Lovin’ Spoonful (Five O’Clock World—The Vogues)

(1-2-3-4-5-6-7) Count the Days—Patti Labelle (1,2,3—Len Barry)

One of These Nights—Eagles (One Fine Morning—Lighthouse)

Ten O’Clock Your Time—The Waxwings (Six O’Clock News—John Prine)

Nine Pound Hammer—Chet Atkins/Marcel Dadi

(A Hundred Pounds of Clay—Gene McDaniels)

Route 66—Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra (Route 16—The Diablos)

Fifteen Minutes—Kirsty MacColl (One More Minute—“Weird Al” Yankovic)