Thursday, November 30, 2006

Playlist for Tuesday 11/28/2006, with Mr. Radio Guy- Larry Miller

A lot of short sets on a variety of themes:

Live Jive:

Jimi Hendrix: “Johnny B. Goode” (Live at Berkeley)
The Rolling Stones: “Sympathy for the Devil” (Get Yer Yaya’s Out)
Eric Clapton: “Tell the Truth” (the Rainbow Concert- w/ Steve Winwood, Pete Townshend, Ron Wood, Ric Grech, etc...)

A Tribute to Leonard Cohen:

Joe Cocker: “Bird on a Wire”
Fairport Convention: “Closing Time”
Judy Collins: “Dress Rehearsal Rag”
Leonard Cohen: “Suzanne”
Buffy Ste. Marie: “God is Alive, Magic is Afoot”
Pearls Before Swine: “Nancy”

North of Your Border:

Ian and Sylvia: “You Were On My Mind”
Gordon Lightfoot: “I’m Not Sayin’/Ribbon of Darkness”
Neil Young, w/ Joni Mitchell and the Band: “Helpless” from the Last Waltz

Singers and Songwriters:

Tom Paxton: “Bottle of Wine”
Tim Hardin: “If I were a Carpenter”
Phil Ochs: “Outside of a Small Circle of Friends”

Old Timey Jug Bands and String Bands:

Dave Van Ronk’s Ragtime Jug Stompers: “You’re a Viper”
The Holy Modal Rounders: “Cocaine Blues”
The Jim Kweskin Jug Band: “Ella Speed”

Motor City Nitty Gritty:

Bob Seger, w/ Teegarden and Van Winkle: “Hummingbird” (from Smokin’ O.P.'s)
The Spikedrivers: “Often I Wonder”
Savage Grace: “All Along the Watchtower”

Those ‘Other’ Frisco Bands:

Seatrain: “Losing All the Years”
Joy of Cooking: “Pilot”
The Charlatans: “Alabama Bound”

And for closers, an earlier version of Whole Lotta.....

Savoy Brown: “You Need Love”

Eli next week, with more groovy music...

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

November 27, 2006 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background music provided by Jimi Hendrix - The Jimi Hendrix Experience box set (2000) on the occasion of what would have been his 64th birthday (b. 11/27/1942 - d. 9/18/1970). The instrumental tracks used were:
1. "Little Wing" (Take 1: Rec. 10/25/67)
2. "Bold As Love" (Take 21: Rec. 10/5/67)
3. "Country Blues" (Jam session: Rec. 1/23/70)
4. "Cherokee Mist" (Jam session: Rec. 6/24/70)
5. "Here He Comes (Lover Man)" (Rec. 4/4/67)

Set 01:
1. Peter Bardens - "The Answer" (The Answer 1970)
2. Dawnwind - "Concrete Circles" (Looking Back on the Future 1976)
3. John & Beverley Martyn - "Here I Am" (1970 previously unreleased bonus track on 2005 CD re-release of The Road to Ruin 1970)
4. Ruthann Friedman - "Windy" (1967 from Hurried Life: Lost Recordings 1965-1971 compilation 2006)
5. Mighty Baby - "The Happiest Man in the Carnival" (Jug of Love 1971)

Set 02:
1. Juan de la Cruz - "Shake Your Brains" (Himig Natin 1973)
2. Asoka - "Tvivlaren" (Asoka 1971)
3. Jody Grind - "Plastic Shit" (Far Canal 1970)
4. Wizard - "Seance" (Wizard 1971)
5. Edgar Broughton Band - "Up Yours" (1970 bonus track from 2004 CD re-release of Sing Brother Sing 1970)

Set 03:
1. Colwell-Winfield Blues Band - "Brother Where Are You" (1968? previously unreleased bonus track from 2003 CD re-release of Live Bust 1970)
2. Van Morrison - "Glad Tidings" (Moondance 1970)
3. Dirk Hamilton - "Pavlova Shoes" (1970 bonus track from 2005 CD re-release of You Can Sing on the Left or Bark on the Right 1976)
4. Procol Harum - "Song For a Dreamer" (Broken Barricades 1971) REQUEST

Set 04:
1. Frank Zappa - "The Texas Medley: Norwegian Jim (Norwegian Wood) Louisiana Hooker With Herpes (Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds) Texas Motel (Strawberry Fields)" (live 3/13/88 Springfield, MA from Apocrypha boot box set 1994)
2. Frank Zappa - "I Am the Walrus" (live 3/13/88 Springfield, MA from Apocrypha boot box set 1994)
3. The New Vaudeville Band - "Coke Ditty" (Things Go Better With Coke compilation) Their song "Winchester Cathedral" hit #1 in the US on this day in 1966

Set 05:
1. The Plastic Cloud - "Epistle to Paradise" (The Plastic Cloud 1969)
2. Thorinshield - "Brave New World" (Thorinshield 1968)

Friday, November 24, 2006

November 24, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Today's theme: "King." Artists named King or songs with "king" in the title.
1. Earl King - Come On (LP, 1960)
2. Freddie King - Have You Ever Loved a Woman (CD, 1960)
3. Albert King - Crosscut Saw (CD, 1967)
4. B.B. King - Help the Poor (CD, 1964)
5. King Curtis - Soul Twist (CD, 1962)
6. Teddi King - Mr. Wonderful (CD, 1956)
7. Castle Kings - You Can Get Him, Frankenstein (LP, 1961)
8. Sleepy King - Pushing Your Luck (45, 1962)
9. Elvis Presley - King of the Whole Wide World (CD, 1962)
10. Felix Slatkin - Theme from 'King of Kings' (45, 1961)
11. Hollies - King Midas in Reverse (CD, 1967)
12. World of Oz - King Croesus (45, 1968)
13. King Crimson - Ladies of the Road (CD, 1972 [live])
14. Beatles - Sun King (CD, 1969)
15. Kinks - King Kong (LP, 1969)
16. London Symphony Orchestra - Fanfare & Theme from 'Edward the King' (LP, 1979)
17. Solomon King - She Wears My Ring (CD, 1968)
18. Jay W. King - I'm So Afraid (CD, 1967)
19. Clydie King - 'Bout Love (45, 1971)
20. King Pins - It Won't Always Be This Way (Always) (CD, 1963)
21. King Curtis - Soul Theme (CD)
22. Carole King - No Easy Way Down (CD, 1970)
23. King Harvest - Lady Come on Home (LP, 1972)
24. Amazing Rhythm Aces - King of the Cowboys (LP, 1975)
25. Gene Clark - Home Run King (LP, 1977)
26. Ben E. King - Seven Letters (CD, 1965)
27. Anna King - If Somebody Told You (45, 1964)
28. Ramona King - What About You (CD, 1963)
29. William Bell - A Tribute to a King (45, 1968)
30. King Floyd - Groove Me (45, 1971)
31. Twistin' Kings - White House Twist (CD, 1961)
32. Jonathan King - Where the Sun Has Never Shone (45, 1966)
33. Trashmen - King of the Surf (CD, 1964)
34. Dick Dale - King of the Surf Guitar (CD, 1963)
35. Bobby Fuller Four - King of the Wheels (CD, 1964)
36. Robert Horton - King of the Road (LP, 1966)
37. Claude King - Tiger Woman (CD, 1965)
38. King Curtis - Instant Groove (CD, 1969)

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

November 21, 2006 playlist - Eli Polonsky

First, thanks again to those who donated to WMBR's annual fundraiser last week! There were many familiar names from my "old days" on WMBR who came through for us, as well as many newer ones. Thanks for your support!

The first hour and a half of this show was a telephone interview with music writer Richie Unterberger, author of a number of great books about music of the "Lost & Found" 1960's era and more. We last spoke with Richie three years ago for the release of his two excellent books about 1960's folk-rock, "Turn! Turn! Turn!: The '60s Folk-Rock Revolution" and "Eight Miles High: Folk-Rock's Flight from Haight-Ashbury to Woodstock".

On this show, we discussed his latest book "The Unreleased Beatles: Music and Film", just coming out on Backbeat Books. Not just another book about The Beatles, this is a huge, nearly 400-page compendium detailing, dated by sessions, the incredible wealth of music that the Beatles recorded, but never released. More info at http://www.richieunterberger.com.

I played the following George Harrison instrumental to transition into the show, then played the following tracks and excerpts to accompany the interview with Richie.

1. George Harrison - "Party Seacombe" (from "Wonderwall" LP, 1968).
2. PARTIAL EXCERPT - The Beatles - "Love Of The Loved" (1/1/62 audition for Decca Records)
3. BRIEF SNIPPET - The Beatles - "I Saw Her Standing There" (from "Meet The Beatles" original stereo LP).
4. The Beatles - "I Saw Her Standing There" (Private rehearsal - The Cavern Club, Liverpool circa late 1962)
5. John Lennon - "If I Fell" (Acoustic home composing tape - early 1964)
6. BRIEF SNIPPET - John Lennon - "Imagine" (From "Imagine" LP 1971 - to illustrate a vocal "turn" between verses similar to the previous track)
7. PARTIAL EXCERPT - The Beatles - "A Hard Days Night" ("Take 4" from 4/16/64 EMI recording session)
8. John Lennon - "She Said, She Said" (Acoustic home composing tape - early 1966)
9. BRIEF EXCERPT - The Beatles - "Long Tall Sally" (Last song performed at last official Beatles concert - Candlestick Park, San Francisco 8/29/66)
10. The Beatles - "Flying" (9/8/67 - Alternate mix with different ending)
11. PARTIAL EXCERPT - The Beatles - "Back In The U.S.S.R" (From acoustic demos recorded at George Harrison's house late May 1968)
12. BRIEF SNIPPET - John Lennon - "Jealous Guy" (From "Imagine" LP 1971 - to illustrate the song John wrote using the melody from the following unreleased song)
13. The Beatles - "I'm Just A Child Of Nature" (From acoustic demos recorded at George Harrison's house late May 1968 - same melody as "Jealous Guy")
14. The Beatles - "Get Back" (Early session version from 1/10/69 with John on lead vocal)
15. PARTIAL EXCERPT - The Beatles - "Something" ("Take 37" 7/11/69 with strange dirge-like jam at the end)
16. BRIEF SNIPPET - John Lennon - "Remember" (from "Plastic Ono Band" LP 1970 - similar piano riff as previous jam)
17. George Harrison - "Nowhere To Go" - (unreleased demo from the "All Things Must Pass" sessions - late May 1970).
Thanks to Richie Unterberger for an excellent interview!

A few songs reflecting on those who were here before us, as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday:
18. Neil Young - "Cortez The Killer"
19. Redbone - "13'th Hour: Chant"
20. Richie Havens - "An Indian Prayer"

Larry Miller returns Tuesday 11/28, I'll see you in two weeks on 12/5!

Stream this show here (until 12/5)

Thanks for listening,
Eli Polonsky
eli@wmbr.org

Friday, November 17, 2006

November 17, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Thanks to everyone who contributed during WMBR's Pledge Week, and thanks to Larry Azrin for filling in for me on November 10.
Today's theme: Motown, inspired by my visit last week to the Motown Museum in Detroit.
[All selections from CD unless otherwise noted.]
1. Marvelettes - Locking Up My Heart (1963)
2. Miracles - Everybody's Gotta Pay Some Dues (1961)
3. Supremes - Those D.J. Shows (LP, 1961)
4. Eddie Holland - Just Ain't Enough Love (1964)
5. Eddie Holland - Leaving Here (1964)
6. Hank & Carol Diamond - Exodus (1962)
7. Contours - Baby Hit and Run (1965)
8. Liz Lands - Midnight Johnny (1964)
9. Temptations - No More Water in the Well (LP, 1967)
10. Marvin Gaye - Sunny (1966)
11. Isley Brothers - Tell Me It's Just a Rumor Baby (1967)
12. Earl Van Dyke & Soul Brothers - He Was Really Saying Something (1965)
13. Elgins - Heaven Must Have Sent You (1966)
14. Originals - Suspicion (c. 1966)
15. Martha & Vandellas - My Baby Loves Me (1966)
16. Four Tops - You Keep Running Away (1968)
17. Little Stevie Wonder - Workout Stevie Workout (1963)
18. Chris Clark - Do I Love You (1966)
19. Rare Earth - Feelin' All Right (1970)
20. Kiki Dee - The Day Will Come (Between Sunday and Monday) (1970)
21. Underdogs - The Way You Do the Things You Do (1967)
22. Jimmy Ruffin - Too Busy Thinkin' About My Baby (1966)
23. Tammi Terrell - This Old Heart of Mine (1969)
24. Kim Weston - Stop in the Name of Love (1965)
25. Supremes - Coca-Cola Commercial (1965)
26. Mary Wells - Everybody Needs Love (1966)
27. Bobby Taylor - Oh I've Been Blessed (1970)
28. Jr. Walker & All-Stars - Shoot Your Shot (1967)
29. Spinners - It's a Shame (1970)
30. Edwin Starr - Don't Tell Me I'm Crazy (1972)
31. Jr. Walker & All-Stars - Cleo's Back (1965)
32. Brenda Holloway - You've Made Me So Very Happy (1967)
33. Earl Van Dyke & Soul Brothers - All for You (1965)

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Fun-Raiser Playlist for Tuesday November 14th

The Fun-Raiser: Larry Miller and Eli Polonsky, your hosts!

The Money Thing:
Fleetwood Mac (the original group): “Shake your Money-Maker”
Buffalo Springfield: “Pay the Price”
The Beatles: “Money”

The Grateful Dead Interview: Part 1- (Larry talks with Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir - KMPX San Francisco, June 1967 - a fundraiser premium)
Grateful Dead: “The Golden Road”

The Electric Prunes: “I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night” (fundraiser request - thank you!)
A Child’s Garden of Grass, Part 1
Steppenwolf: “Keep Off the Grass, Sam”

Listening: “Stoned Is” (Boston Band)
Little Feat: “Fat Man in the Bathtub” (from Electric Lycanthrope- live radio concert) (A request for the fundraiser- thanks!)

Rarities:
Rolling Stones: “High-Heeled Sneakers” (fram a rare English EP)
Youngbloods: “Get Together” (In Italian)
Steampacket: “Can I Get a Witness” (Rod Stewart, lead vocals)
Beatles: “Revolution” (a rare unplugged demo)

Monterey Pop Out-takes:
Buffalo Springfield: “For What It’s Worth” (David Crosby in for Neil Young)
Quicksilver Messenger Service: “Dino’s Song”

Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia: “Money Honey” (Keystone Encores, vol. 1)
Jefferson Airplane: “We Can Be Together” (Clean Edit)
Bob Dylan and the Band: “Like a Rolling Stone” (from Live 66)

Thanks to all our friends and listeners for your continuing support for Lost and Found, and WMBR!

Listen next Tuesday 11/21, when Eli Polonsky interviews Richie Unterberger, author of "The Unreleased Beatles".

Eli and Larry

Monday, November 13, 2006

November 13, 2006 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow: THE FUNDRAISER SHOW

Background music provided by V/A: Ultra-Lounge Volume Sixteen: Mondo Hollywood compilation

1. MC5 - "The Pledge Song" (1970 from Power Trip compilation 1994)
2. The Lovin' Spoonful - "Money" (Everything Playing 1967)
3. Skip Bifferty - "Money Man" (1968 from Skip Bifferty compilation 2001)
4. Santana - "No One to Depend On" (previously unreleased live track from Fillmore West closing night 7/04/71 from Santana III: Legacy Edition 2006)
5. Fleetwood Mac - "Coming Your Way (Take 6)" (1968 previously unreleased track from The Complete Blue Horizons Sessions box set 1999)
6. Peter Bardens - "Don't Goof With a Spook" (The Answer 1970)
7. The Holy Modal Rounders - "The Pledge" (The Moray Eels Eat The Modal Modal Rounders 1969)
8. Grateful Dead - "Sitting on Top of the World" (live 4/27 69 Labor Temple, Minneapolis, MN from Dick's Picks 26 2002)
9. Lucifer - "Get Together" (Lucifer 1970)
10. Judy Collins - "Michael From Mountains" (Wildflowers 1967)
11. Jonathan and Leigh - "Someday Baby" (Third and Main 1967)
12. The Palace Guard - "All Night Long" (1965 from The Palace Guard compilation 2003)
13. Judy Carnes - "Sock It To Me" (1969 from V/A: New Rubble Volume 5: Scratch My Back compilation 2005)
14. The Chambers Brothers - "Time Has Come Today" (live 8/28/72 Deer Island House of Correction, Boston personal cassette tape)
15. Neil Young - "Yonder Stands the Sinner" (Time Fades Away 1973)
16. John Trubee - "Prank Phone Call" (Xmas 1972 personal cassette tape)
17. The Oxfords - "Come on Back to Beer" (1969 from Flying Up Through the Sky compilation 2001)
18. Orphan - "I've Just Seen a Face" (live 10/10/72 Intermedia Studios personal cassette tape)
19. Jethro Tull - "Sossity, You're a Woman/Reasons For Waiting" (live 1970 Carnegie Hall, NYC from 25th Anniversary box set 1993)
20. Fairport Convention - "Meet On the Ledge" (12/2/68 BBC recording)

THANX FOR YER SWELL PLEDGES, YOU LOVELY LISTENERS!

Friday, November 10, 2006

November 10, 2006, playlist with host Larry Azrin

[Back by popular demand, filling in today for Alex McNeil.]
Shelley Fabares - Telephone, Won't You Ring (CD, 1963)
Tremeloes - Helule Helule (45, 1968)
Clique - Splash 1 (CD, 1967)
Hubert Laws - Bloodshot (45, 1970)
Sandy Bull - Electric Blend 2 (CD, 1969)

Tommy Facenda - High School USA (Boston) (CD, 1959)
Tommy Facenda - I Don't Know (45, 1960)
Gene Vincent & Blue Caps - Bop Street (LP, 1957)
Danny & Juniors - Doin' the Continental Twist (CD, 1962)
Tornadoes - Telstar (CD, 1962)
Ventures - Telstar (LP, 1962)
Tornadoes - Globetrotter (CD, 1963)

Screamin' Lord Sutch - She's Fallen in Love with a Monster Man (LP, 1963)
Lollipoppe Shoppe - You Must Be a Witch (CD, 1967)
Hugo Strasser - Black Night (CD, 1971)
Jean-Claude Vannier - L'Enfant La Moucha Et Les Allumettes (CD, 1972)

Tomorrow - My White Bicycle (CD, 1968)
Dukes of Stratosphear (XTC) - 25 O'Clock (CD, 1985)
Listening - You're Not There (CD, 1968)
"Sitting Target" Soundtrack - Main Theme/Solitaire/The Mews (CD, 1971)

Music Explosion - Little Black Egg (CD, 1966)
Beefeaters - Let Me Love You (CD, 1964)
Yardbirds - Jeff's Boogie (LP, 1966)
Yardbirds - Someone to Love (LP, 1966)
Yardbirds - Mister, You're a Better Man Than I (LP, 1966)
Thee Midnighters - Jump, Jive and Harmonize (CD, 1966)
Gentle Rain - Use Me/Stoney End (CD, 1973)

Bert Sommer - And When It's Over (CD, 1968)
"Inner Space" Soundtrack - Music for Eels/Thatcherie (CD)
Cowsills - Troubled Roses (LP, 1967)
Everly Brothers - Man With Money (CD, 1965)
Santo & Johnny - Sleepwalk (CD, 1959)
Yardbirds - Evil Hearted You (LP, 1965)

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Playlist for Tuesday 11/7/06- your host, Larry Miller

Alternate versions of Beatles songs!

(Breaks music from a horrible Hollyridge Strings album...)

Deep Purple: “Help”
Yes: “Every Little Thing”
Vanilla Fudge: “Medley”
Spooky Tooth: “I Am The Walrus”

Richie Havens: “Here Comes The Sun”
Fanny: “Hey Bulldog”
Peter & Gordon: “If I Fell”
Marianne Faithful: “I’m A Loser”

Mamas and the Papas: “I Call Your Name”
Harry Nilsson: “Mother Nature’s Son”
Phoebe Snow: “Don’t Let Me Down”

Billy Preston: “I’ve Got a Feeling”
Aretha Franklin: “Let It Be”
Wilson Pickett: “Hey Jude”

Fats Domino: “Lady Madonna”
Procol Harum: “8 Days a Week”
Black Oak Arkansas: “”Taxman”
Lesley West Band: “Dear Prudence”
Jeff Beck Group: “She’s a Woman”

Live set:
Joe Cocker: “She Came in Through the Bathroom Window” (Mad Dogs Etc)
Elton John: “Get Back” (11/17/70)
Ike and Tina Turner: “Get Back”

(Break music from “the Baroque Beatles Book” by Joshua Rifkin)

Joni Mitchell’s Birthday Set: (aka Bobby Jo Anderson)

Judy Collins: “Both Sides Now”
Tom Rush: “The Circle Game”
Dave Van Ronk: “Urge for Going”
Joni Mitchell: “Carey” and “Night in the City”

And finally:

Grateful Dead: “U.S. Blues”

Next week, the fulmination of the Fun-raiser, as Eli and I appear together raise a few bucks for the cause. I’ll have the Grateful Dead Interview, Part 1 ready to offer as a premium- it’s the one from June 1967, on the release of their first album. This was heard last August, and will now be available exclusively to WMBR listeners. Stay tuned for details!

Monday, November 06, 2006

November 6, 2006 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background music provided by Alan Lorber Orchestra - The Lotus Palace (1967)

Set 01:
1. The Factory - "Path Through the Forest" (1968 from V/A: Nuggets II compilation 2001) - Making up for my error with this last show...
2. Mighty Baby - Ancient Traveller" (1969 previously unreleased bonus track on 2006 CD re-release of A Jug of Love 1971)
3. Tir Na Nog - "Two White Horses" (A Tear and a Smile 1972)
4. Tudor Lodge - "Forest" (Tudor Lodge 1971)
5. Mark Fry - "Mandolin Man" (Dreaming With Alice 1972)
6. Bert Jansch - "Hey Pretty Girl" (The Black Swan 2006)

Set 02: FIRST THREE TRACKS FROM BANDS THAT PLAYED AT THE CALLIOPE WAREHOUSE DURING BILL GRAHAM'S 1ST ROCK SHOW ON 11/06/65
1. Jefferson Airplane - Runnin' 'Round This World (1965 uncensored single version bonus track from 2003 CD re-release of Takes Off 1966)
2. The Fugs - "We're the Fugs" (1965 bonus track from 1994 CD re-release of First Album 1965)
3. Sandy Bull - "Triple Ballade" (Inventions 1965)
4. Quintessence - "Jesus, Buddha, Moses, Guaranja (live)" (1970 bonus track from 2003 CD re-release of Quintessence 1969)
5. The Plastic Cloud - "Face Behind the Sun" (The Plastic Cloud 1969)
6. The Easybeats - Sad and Lonely and Blue" (1965 from V/A: The Definitive Anthology 1996)

Set 03:
1. Sir Douglas Quintet - "Nuevo Laredo" (Together After Five 1970)
2. Michael Nesmith - "Silver Moon" (Loose Salute 1970)
3. Mason Proffit - "Freedom" (Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream 1971)
4. Bob Neuwirth - "Mercedez Benz" (Bob Neuwirth 1974)
5. Johnny Cash - "There's a Bear in the Woods" (197? previously unreleased bonus track from 2006 CD re-release of The Johnny Cash Children's Album 1975)

Set 04:
1. Power of Zeus - "The Sorcerer of isis" (The Gospel According to Zeus 1970)
2. The Running Man - Running Man" (The Running Man 1972)
3. Utopia - "Hound Dog" (Utopia 1967)
4. Fraction - "Sanc-Divided" (Moon Blood 1971)
5. The Doors - "Mystery Train/Away in India/Crossroads" (live 5/8/1970 Cobo Arena from Live in Detroit 2000)

CONCERT REPORT BACKGROUND MUSIC: Electric Light Orchestra - Tightrope" (previously unreleased instrumental early rough mix bonus track...whew!...from 2006 CD re-release of New World Record 1976)

Concluding songs:
1. Eagle - "Brown Hair" (Come Under Nancy's Tent 1970)
2. Lou Reed - "Crazy Feeling" (January 1975 early version from 2006 CD re-release of Coney Island Baby 1976)

Friday, November 03, 2006

November 3, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Part 2 of a salute to Chuck Berry on his recent 80th birthday (for Part 1 see my October 20 playlist).
1. Chuck Berry - Tulane (CD, 1969)
2. Beatles - Too Much Monkey Business (BBC) (CD, 1963)
3. Rolling Stones - Around and Around (LP, 1964)
4. Gerry & Pacemakers - Reelin' and Rockin' (LP, 1965)
5. John Lennon - You Can't Catch Me (LP, 1973)
6. Beach Boys - Surfin' USA (CD, 1963)
7. Tommy Roe - Carol (CD, 1964)
8. Jerry Lee Lewis - Little Queenie (CD, 1959)
9. Jerry Lee Lewis w/Ringo Starr - Sweet Little Sixteen (CD, 2006)
10. Byrds - Roll Over Beethoven (live) (CD, 1970?)
11. Flying Burrito Brothers - Roll Over Beethoven (LP, 1971)
12. New Riders of the Purple Sage - Nadine (CD, 1975)
13. Flatt & Scruggs - Memphis (CD, 1965)
14. Beacon Street Union - Beautiful Delilah (LP, 1968)
15. Duane Allman - No Money Down (LP, c. 1969)
16. Chuck Berry - Time Was (LP, 1958)
17. Jonathan Richman & Modern Lovers - Back in the USA (LP, 1976)
18. MC5 - Back in the USA (CD, 1970)
19. Linda Ronstadt - Back in the USA (CD, 1978)
20. Edgar Winter - Back in the USA (live) (LP, 1972)
21. Band - Promised Land (LP, 1973)
22. Flamin' Groovies - Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller (CD, 1971)
23. George Thorogood & Destroyers - No Particular Place to Go (LP, 1982)
24. Gary Glitter - School Day (LP, 1973)
25. Dave Edmunds - Dear Dad (LP, 1982)
26. Carlos Santana - Havana Moon (LP, 1983)
27. Waylon Jennings & Jessi Colter - You Never Can Tell (LP, 1981)
28. Taj Mahal - Brown Eyed Handsome Man (LP, 1975)
29. Humble Pie - Rock and Roll Music (LP, 1975)
30. Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode (alt. version) (LP, 1957)
31. Johnny Winter - Johnny B. Goode (live) (LP, 1970)

CDV's Lost & Found playlist for 11/02/06

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

November 1, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Today I'm filling in on the Wednesday Lost & Found.
[All selections from CD unless otherwise noted.]
1. Ruby Andrews - Everybody Saw You (1970)
2. Baby Washington - What Becomes of the Brokenhearted (1969)
3. Patti LaBelle & Bluebelles - That's How Heartaches Are Made (1967)
4. Dee Dee Sharp - My Best Friend's Man (1966)
5. Jo Armstead - I've Been Turned On (1968)
6. Bonniwell Music Machine - Time Out for a Daydream (1968)
7. Meic Stevens - Did I Dream? (1965)
8. Byrds - Renaissance Fair (1967)
9. Gene Clark - Only Colombe (1967)
10. Bob Lind - Cheryl's Goin' Home (1966)
11. Everly Brothers - I Wonder If I Care As Much (1968)
12. Cortelia Clark - Oh Love Oh Love (1966)
13. Carla Thomas - Stop Thief (LP, 1967)
14. Doris Troy - Please Little Angel (1964)
15. Garnet Mimms - A Quiet Place (1964)
16. Impressions - Too Slow (1966)
17. Freddie Scott - You Got What I Need (1968)
18. Little Junior Parker - These Kind of Blues (1965)
19. Jerry Lee Lewis w/Jimmy Page - Rock and Roll (2006)
20. Bo Diddley - 500% More Man (1965)
21. Chuck Berry - You Can't Catch Me (1955)
22. Little Richard - She's Got It (1957)
23. Jerry Lee Lewis w/Kid Rock - Honky Tonk Woman (2006)
24. Nick Drake - Three Hours (1969)
25. Rodriguez - Crucify Your Mind
26. P.F. Sloan - Karma (1967)
27. Buffy St. Marie - Helpless (1971)
28. Norman Greenbaum - Canned Ham (1970)
29. Critters - Don't Let the Rain Fall Down (1967)
30. Flatt & Scruggs - Down in the Flood (1967)
31. Jack Nitzsche - Rumble (1964)
32. Andy Pratt - Avenging Annie (1973)
33. Dusty Springfield - How Can I Be Sure (1970)

10/31/06 - Halloween w/ Eli Polonsky

Thanks for all the well-wishes for my 50th birthday!

(R) = By Request

01. Fifty-Foot Hose - Cauldron
02. Ultimate Spinach - Ballad Of The Hip Death Goddess
03. The Doors - Strange Days
04. (R) Alice Cooper - The Ballad Of Dwight Frye
05. Donovan - Season Of The Witch
06. (R) Jethro Tull - Witches Promise
07. Jerry Garcia - It Must Have Been The Roses (perhaps about necrophilia?? From "Reflections" (1976), backed by the Dead)
08. The Beatles - Baby's In Black
09. Bonzo Dog Band - Look Out, There's A Monster Coming
10. The Coasters - The Shadow Knows
11. Creedence Clearwater Revival - I Put A Spell On You
12. (R) Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, from "Ummagumma" 1969)
13. Steppenwolf - Monster
14. Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child (Live at Winterland, San Francisco 10/10/68 from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts")
15. (R) Flying Burrito Brothers - Christine's Tune ("Devil In Disguise")
16. Fairport Convention - Tam Lin
17. Steeleye Span - Alison Gross
18. The Strawbs - The Witchwood
19. (R) Fleetwood Mac - The Green Manalishi
20. Rolling Stones - Monkey Man
21. The Who - Boris The Spider "Radio One jingle"
22. The Who - Boris The Spider
23. Neil Young - Vampire Blues
24. Bob Dylan - Tombstone Blues

Larry's up next Tuesday, November 7'th, then join both Larry and me together on Tuesday the 14'th for the last day of WMBR's annual fall fundraising week! Help support all-volunteer, non-corporate, non-profit WMBR, the ONLY station in greater Boston that currently allows this couple of old hippies to do what we do every Tuesday!

Eli Polonsky
eli@wmbr.org