Monday, December 28, 2009

Show #213--1/3/10

Play That Fast Thing (One More Time)—Rockpile
Kick Drum Heart—The Avett Brothers
Wild Mountain Honey—Steve Miller Band
Borrowed Feet—Assembly of Dust
Laconia—Christina Courtin
Curlylocks—Baby Fox
Golden Hours—Brian Eno
The Sky in Japan is Always Close to You—Caroline Peyton
Nothing at All—Bill Puka
We’re All Looking—Steve Winwood
Shimmy Shimmy Ya—El Michels Affair
Turkish Bath (Single)—Don Ellis Orchestra

Hour 2—70’s Chain Reaction

This is an audience participation hour, scheduled for 9pm this Sunday. How do you participate? Help me choose a playlist with these chains of songs, by clicking which 70s playlist I should play on Sunday night (over there on the right!)

First we start off with this set:

I’m Walkin’—Doug Kershaw
Walkin’ with a Mountain—Mott the Hoople
Mountain Woman—The Kinks
Woman of Heart and Mind—Joni Mitchell
Mind Games—John Lennon
Games People Play—Shirley Scott

See how the titles link together?…Now here's where your choice comes in.
You have 2 pathways that break away from the Shirley Scott tune.
Which would you rather hear?

Here’s Chain 1:

Play Me—Neil Diamond
Me and My Baby Got a Good Thing Going—Lyn Collins
Going to California—Led Zeppelin
California Nights—Sweet
Nights Are Forever Without You—England Dan & John Ford Coley
You Used to Kiss the Girls—John Hiatt
Girls Talk—Dave Edmunds
Talk to Me of Mendocino—Kate & Anna McGarrigle

And here’s Chain 2:

Play on Love—Jefferson Starship
Love Fire—Jigsaw
Fire in the Hole—Steely Dan
Hole in My Life—The Police
Life in a Day—Simple Minds
Day After Day—Badfinger
Day Dreaming—Aretha Franklin

Don’t know some of the music above? Don’t let that dissuade you. Go with your musical ‘gut’ and have a vote! The chain that gets the most votes by 9pm Sunday night, obviously, will be the one I play. Thanks!

Chain #1 won with 7 votes.  Chain #2 received 6 votes. 
Thanks for participating!!

And remember: During the month of January, I'll be on the air every Thursday from 6-10pm. If you like what you hear on Sunday, give Thursday a try...

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