Saturday, April 24, 2010

Show #229--4/25/10

Virginia (Touch Me Like You Do)—Bill Amesbury
Meet Virginia—Train
Mother Mother—Tracy Bonham
Art Czars—Japandroids
Desire—The Rockets
Fate—Jules and the Polar Bears
Sway—Dean Martin
In Ruins—Fol Chen
Good Morning World—Momus
A Girl Like You—Edwyn Collins
Scissor/Saw—The Nels Cline Singers
B86 (Inkblot Nebula)—The Nels Cline Singers
Battery in Your Leg—Blur

Hour 2—80’s: First Charters

Bad Reputation—Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Cool—The Time
Change—Tears for Fears
Somewhere in America—Survivor
Johnny Can’t Read—Don Henley
I Wonder if I Take You Home—Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force
Money’s Too Tight (To Mention)—Simply Red
Our Lips Are Sealed—The Go-Go’s
The Stroke—Billy Squier
C’mon and Get My Love—D-Mob with Cathy Dennis
Break My Stride—Matthew Wilder
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?—Culture Club

Friday, April 16, 2010

Show #228--4/18/10

I’ve Seen All Good People—Yes
Just the Same—Gentle Giant
Loose Change—The Disco Biscuits
Money—Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
Nutbush City Limits—Ike & Tina Turner
Long Time—Shakira
Eazy Speaks—Apostle of Hustle
Harleme Nocturne—Johnny Cox & Wayne Cox
Why Do I Feel Alone—The RFD
Eternal Life—Shira Small
Sunny Side of Heaven—Fleetwood Mac
Sloan Shore—Kaki King
I’ll Be Your Angel—Christine Kane

Hour 2—70’s Stardom (Encore from 5/25/08)

A sampling of 70s artists, all singing about makin' it BIG. 
Star Baby—The Guess Who
Star—Stealers Wheel
Free Man in Paris—Joni Mitchell
Top of the Pops—The Kinks
Fame—David Bowie
Life’s Been Good—Joe Walsh
So You Are a Star—The Hudson Brothers
The Cover of “Rolling Stone”—Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show
Lonely at the Top—Randy Newman
Lonely at the Bottom (from National Lampoon’s “Lemmings”)—John Belushi
Rhinestone Cowboy—Glen Campbell
Success Story—The Who
I’m Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band)—The Moody Blues
Everybody’s a Star (Starmaker)—The Kinks
Everybody is a Star—Sly & the Family Stone (one from the 60s.)

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Show #227--4/11/10

Rainy Night in Georgia—Brook Benton
Dry the Rain—The Beta Band
Evolve—Ani Difranco
What if I Came Knocking—John Mellencamp
It’s Gonna Rain—So Many Dynamos
Sleepyhead—Passion Pit
Too Shy--Kajagoogoo
Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream—King Crimson
All I Do—The Derek Trucks Band
Mahjoun—The Derek Trucks Band
The High Road—Broken Bells
No Words—Paul McCartney & Wings
Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)—Paul McCartney & Wings
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five—Paul McCartney & Wings

Hour 2—The Making of “Band on the Run” (Paul McCartney & Wings)

A special audio documentary, chock full of alternate versions of songs from the classic 1973 album, as well as insights from the people behind the album.

Saturday, April 03, 2010

Show #226--4/4/10

Buster Keaton—Quadron
In the Mirror—Field Music
Back of My Hand (I’ve Got Your Number)—The Jags
Pull Out—The Soft Pack
Come On—Chuck Berry
Let the Mystery Be—Iris DeMent
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)—George Harrison
Peace Will Come (According to Plan)—Melanie
Joni—Julian Velard
Secretarial—A.C. Newman
DS 21—Jane Child
Whisper to a Scream (Birds Fly)—Icicle Works
We Belong—Pat Benatar
Town Cryer—Elvis Costello & the Attractions

Hour 2—Regionalism

Rhode Island is Famous for You—Blossom Dearie
Deep in the Heart of Jersey—Cowboy Charlie (Uncle Floyd)
Barefoot in Baltimore—Strawberry Alarm Clock
Cleveland Rocks—Ian Hunter
South Carolina—John Linnell
Mississippi Delta—Bobbie Gentry
Amos Moses—Jerry Reed
Polk Salad Annie—Tony Joe White
Rainy Night in Georgia—Brook Benton
San Franciscan Nights—Eric Burdon & the Animals
Wichita Lineman—Glen Campbell
As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls—Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays