Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Playlist for Tuesday July 10th, your host, Larry Miller, Mr. Radio Guy...

Dream on...

Ken Nordine: “Dream” (from Wink- wadda voice!)
Cream: “Dreaming”
Procol Harum: “Song for a Dreamer” (Featuring Robin Trower)
Jimi Hendrix: “Rainy Day... Dream Away”
Moody Blues: “The Dream” ( a short poem from “On the Threshold of a Dream”)
the Electric Prunes: “I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night”
Terry Reid: “Dream” (from River)
Fleetwood Mac: “My Dream” (from Then Play On- Danny Kirwan’s instrumental)
Bob Dylan: “Talkin’ WW III Blues” (from Another Side Of.)

Random Stuff:

Faces/ Rod Stewart: “Street Fighting Man”
Leon Russell and the Shelter People: “She Belongs to Me”
Creedence Clearwater Revival: “Graveyard Train”
The Great Society: Sally Go ‘Round the Roses” (request)

A salute to the slide guitaristry of Ryland P. Cooder:

Mick Jagger: “Memo From Turner” (Performance soundtrack)
Rising Sons: “Diving Duck Blues” (Ry with Taj Mahal)
Capt. Beefheart and His Magic Band: “Abba Zabba” (from Safe as Milk)
Arlo Guthrie: “Fence Post Blues” (from Washington County- Happy 60th birthday, Arlo!)
Van Morrison: “Full Force Gale” (from Into the Music)
Doobie Brothers: “Rainy Day Crossroads Blues” (From Stampede)
Norman Greenbaum: “The Day the Well Went Dry” (from Petaluma)
Rita Cooledge: “Born Under a Bad Sign” (from her first solo album)

Interview: Eli talks with Jeff Chimenti, the keyboard player from Bob Weir’s Ratdog
then: Ratdog: “Brown-Eyed Woman” (Live 3-12-07, Concord, NH)

And for the grand Finale: (ta da!)

Blue Oyster Cult: “I Ain’t Got You” (From the live album On Yer Feet or On Yer Knees! -
a much-appreciated listener request- Thanks!

BTW: Eli, Bobby D and I all had a great time out at the First Aid/ Summer of Love concert on the 1st of July. I got to say hello to, and do interviews with the surviving members of Big Brother, Quicksilver, It’s a Beautiful Day and Jefferson Starship. A splendid time was had by all: stay tuned- there’s more to come!

See you all in two weeks!

Larry Miller


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