Monday, February 05, 2007

February 5, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background music provided by George Stavis - Labyrinths (1969)

Set 01:
1. The Children - "I Got Involved" (Rebirth 1968)
2. Sugar Creek - "Memory Tree" (Please Tell a Friend 1969)
3. Paper Garden - "Man Do You" (Paper Garden 1968)
4. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - "Master Lewellyn" (If Music Be the Food of Love... 1967)
5. The Bee Gees - "House of Lords" (1967 bonus track from The Studio Albums 1967-1969 box set 2006)

Set 02:
1. Tonton Macoute - "Flying South in Winter" (Tonton Macoute 1967)
2. Elias Hulk - "Anthology of Dreams" (Unchained 1970)
3. Jethro Tull - "Singing All Day" (Living in the Past 1972)
4. Shag - "Gypsies in the Night" (Shag 1969)

Set 03:
1. Unicorn - "I've Loved Her So Long" (Uphill All the Way 1971)
2. Christopher - "In Your Time" (Christopher 1969)
3. David Crosby - "Triad" (1969 previously unreleased demo from Voyager box set 2006)
4. Neil Young - "Winterlong" ((Live at the Fillmore East: March 6 & 7, 1970 2006)
5. Neil Young - "The Restless Consumer" (Living With War: In the Beginning 2006)

Set 04:
1. Blood, Sweat & Tears - "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know" (Child is Father to the Man 1968) AL KOOPER OF BS&T BORN ON THIS DAY IN 1944
2. The Temptations - "War" (Psychedelic Shack 1970) BARRETT STRONG, CO-WRITER OF THIS SONG AND MANY OTHERS WITH NORMAN WHITFIELD, BORN ON THIS DAY IN 1941
3. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - "Gang Bang" (Next 1973) ALEX HARVEY BORN ON THIS DAY IN 1935

Set 05: TRIBUTE TO ERIC VON SCHMIDT, INFLUENTIAL FOLK SINGER FROM THE LATE '50S-EARLY '60, WHO DIED THREE DAYS AGO ON FEBRUARY 2 IN HIS SLEEP AT AGE 75
1. Eric von Schmidt and Joan Baez - "Low Down Chariot" (live 10/7/1960 Agassiz Theater, Harvard University from Joan Baez: Rare, Live & Classic box set 1993)
2. Eric von Schmidt - "Crow Jane" (Folk Blues of Eric von Schmidt 1963)
3. Eric von Schmidt - "Joshua Gone Barbados" (Folk Blues of Eric von Schmidt 1963)
4. Eric von Schmidt - "Kennedy Blues" (Eric Plays von Schmidt 1964)
5. Nanci Griffith - "Wasn't That a Mighty Storm" (Traditional; Arrangement by Tom Rush & Eric von Schmidt) (Other Voices, Too: A Trip Back to Bountiful 1998)

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