Saturday, July 12, 2014

Show #446--7/13/14

I'd like to remind anyone who may stumble upon this very post -- that my Monday "deep tracks" oldies show called the Monday Music Club also airs on this very station, Mondays 6-10pm throughout the summer. You can see past playlists as an example if you scroll down, etc. 

Also, for stumblers and regular visitors to the playlists here: I'm still doing a feature album tonight, but I can't decide between two discs. Perhaps you can help. 

Should I play "Aja" by Steely Dan in its entirety, or "Still Crazy After All These Years" by Paul Simon? Cast your vote, either in the comments, or at, or at 724-357-WIUP during the 8:00 pm hour of the show. 

Thanks! Here's tonight's playlist:

Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)—Foster the People
I Gotta Move—Frank Black & the Catholics
Skin Feeling—Crowded House   
Saw You First—Givers  
In Liverpool—Suzanne Vega   
Heart That’s Pounding—Sally Seltmann 
Now I See—Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings  
Honey Do—Beverly
Honey Don’t—Lee Rocker  
Real Wild Child—Iggy Pop
Breakaway—Big Pig 
You Say Jump—Cheap Trick
Woman on a Train—The Fixx 
All I Have to Do is Dream—Miniature Tigers  
Sought & Hidden—Nathan Salsburg  


Feature Album (You vote):

Aja—Steely Dan (1977)


Still Crazy After All These Years—Paul Simon (1975)

***AND THE WINNER..."AJA," with 4 votes to 3.

4 songs from Paul Simon were played as a "consolation prize":

Mother and Child Reunion
Something So Right
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
The Boy in the Bubble 

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