Saturday, March 20, 2010

Show #224--3/21/10

Every Little Bit Hurts—Title Tracks
Measure—Field Music
The Undesirables—Lawrence Arabia
Need You Now—Lady Antebellum
Everybody’s Getting Paid But Me—The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
Honky Cat—Elton John
Going to California—Jake Shimabukuro
California English—Vampire Weekend
Psychic City (Voodoo City)—YACHT
Letter from an Occupant—The New Pornographers
Benediction—Stealers Wheel
Ramblin’ (Wo)Man—Cat Power

Hour 2—On This Day…

We (meaning I, of course) take a look back at musical history on this date through the years, and some of the songs that accompany those musical memories. 

Featured during this hour:

Cold, Cold Heart—Hank Williams (1951)
Blue Suede Shoes—Carl Perkins (1956)
Cry to Me—Solomon Burke (1962)
Do You Want to Know a Secret?—Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas (1963)
She Loves You—The Beatles (1964)
A Well Respected Man—The Kinks (1966)
Break Up to Make Up—The Stylistics (1973)
EMI—The Sex Pistols (1977)
Going Underground—The Jam (1980)
The Hero’s Return (Parts One and Two)—Pink Floyd (1983)
Streets of Philadelphia—Bruce Springsteen (1994)
Arc of a Diver—Steve Winwood (1995—Viv Stanshall’s memorial service…)

The Reverend and Co., at Pittsburgh's Hard Rock Café this Thursday.

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