Friday, February 02, 2007

February 2, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Album tracks, all from 1967:
1. Rolling Stones - All Sold Out (Between the Buttons, CD)
2. Procol Harum - Cerdes (Procol Harum, LP)
3. Incredible String Band - The Hedgehog Song (5000 Spirits, CD)
4. Pink Floyd - Flaming (The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, CD)
5. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced (Are You Experienced, CD)
6. Byrds - Have You Seen Her Face (Younger Than Yesterday, CD)
7. Gene Clark & Gosdin Brothers - The Same One (Gene Clark & Gosdin Bros., CD)
8. Buffalo Springfield - Rock and Roll Woman (Again, CD)
9. Phil Ochs - Cross My Heart (Pleasures of the Harbor, LP)
10. Stone Poneys - Just a Little Bit of Rain (Stone Poneys, LP)
11. Jim Kweskin & Jug Band - If You're a Viper (Garden of Joy, LP)
12. Monkees - You Just May Be the One (Headquarters, CD)
13. Cowsills - River Blue (Cowsills, CD)
14. Vanilla Fudge - Take Me for a Little While (Vanilla Fudge, LP)
15. Jackie DeShannon - Sunday Kind of Love (New Image, LP)
16. Johnny Rivers - Tunesmith (Rewind, LP)
17. Aretha Franklin - Dr. Feelgood (I Never Loved a Man, CD)
18. Temptations - No More Water in the Well (With a Lot o' Soul, LP)
19. Van Morrison - Spanish Rose (Blowin' Your Mind, CD)
20. Cream - Cat's Squirrel (Fresh Cream, CD)
21. Traffic - Coloured Rain (Mr. Fantasy, CD)
22. Bee Gees - In My Own Time (Bee Gees 1st, LP)
23. Doors - I Looked at You (Doors, LP)
24. Moody Blues - Evening (Days of Future Passed, LP)
25. Who - Our Love Was (The Who Sell Out, CD)
26. Paul Revere & Raiders - Louise (Spriti of '67, LP)
27. Jefferson Airplane - DCBA-25 (Surrealisitic Pillow, CD [mono])
28. Grateful Dead - Cold Rain and Snow (Grateful Dead, CD)
29. Moby Grape - Omaha (Moby Grape, LP)
30. Velvet Underground - I'll Be Your Mirror (Velvet Underground & Nico, CD)
31. Love - Bummer in the Summer (Forever Changes, CD)
32. Beau Brummels - The Keeper of Time (Triangle, CD)
33. Beatles - Fixing a Hole (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, CD)


Blogger Baron Dom said...

Great show... as per usual! Not a bad cut in the whole bunch, and I particularly enjoyed rehearing "DCBA-25" by the Airplane, which hasn't had a spin on my record deck for far too long!

So what is/was DCBA-25? I just googled it, to no avail.

11:41 AM  
Blogger Alex McNeil said...

I remember reading someplace that "DCBA-25" referred to the song's chord progression.
Alex McNeil

8:39 PM  

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