Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Playlist for Tuesday, April 17th- A Bit O’Whimsey, with Larry Miller

Let’s get sideways...

Tom Paxton: “Bottle of Wine”
Youngbloods: “The Wine Song”
Electric Flag: “Wine”
Savoy Brown: “ Everybody Loves a Drinking Man”
Paul Butterfield Band: “Drunk Again” (Featuring Elvin Bishop, aka Pigboy Crabshaw)
Jimmy Buffet: “Why Don’t We Get Drunk” (and you know what...)
Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention: “America Drinks and Goes Home”
Rolling Stones: “Something Happened To Me Yesterday” (just the last part)

Da blooze

Bonzo Dog Doo-dah Band: “Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?”
The Liverpool Scene: “Got Those Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack, John Mayall Can’t Fail Blues”
Fleetwood Mac: “I Can’t Hold Out” (Jeremy Spencer, slide gtr and vocal)
John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers: “All Your Love” (w/ Clapton)
The Beatles: “Yer Blues” (John Lennon’s Blooze)
Martin Mull: “The Ukulele Blues”

The Dead thing

The Credibility Gap: Public Service Announcement: Necrophilia”
The Grateful Dead: “ “Death Don’t Have No Mercy” combined with:
The Congress of Wonders: “Pigeon Park”

“May each and everyone of you find a little pot at the end of your rainbow; and may that pot be filled with....”

Holy Modal Rounders: “Euphoria”
The Fugs: “Couldn’t Get High”
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show: “I Got Stoned and I Missed It”
Cheech and Chong: “Let’s Make A Dope Deal”
John Prine: “Illegal Smile”

And furthermore...

Incredible String Band: “The Minotaur Song”
Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks: “How Can I miss You When You Won’t Go Away”
The Jim Kweskin Jug Band: “Never Swat a Fly” (featuring Geoff Muldaur)
Country Joe and the Fish: “Waltzing in the Moonlight”
Monty Python: “Spam”
The Masked Marauders: “Can’t Get No Nookie”
Firesign Theater: “Beat the Reaper”
Alice Cooper: “The Ballad of Dwight Fry”
Bonzo Dog Doodah Band: “The Big Shot”

And now, a final sing-along:

Harry Nilsson: “You’re Breaking My Heart” (slightly edited...)

Eli next week- I’ll be back in two weeks with maybe a salute to Sgt. Pepper (It Was 40 Years Ago Today...)


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