Sunday, September 30, 2007

September 28, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of space travel:
01. Big Ray & Futuras - Sputnik (CD, 2000)
02. Ventures - War of the Satellites (LP, 1966)
03. Spacemen - Clouds (CD, 1959)
04. Astronauts - Baja (CD, 1963)
05. Billy Riley - Flying Saucers Rock and Roll (CD, 1956)
06. Bosstones - Moptity-Mope (45, 1960)
07. Randells - Martian Hop (CD, 1963)
08. Robert Parker - Twistin' Out in Space (LP, 1962)
09. Buchanan & Goodman - Flying Saucer the 2nd (LP, 1957)
10. Buddy Morrow - Men into Space (LP, 1960)
11. Walter Brennan - The Epic Ride of John Glenn (CD, 1962)
12. Jeff Hughes - Our Space Man Came Back (CD, 1962)
13. Jose Jimenez - The Astronaut (45, 1961)
14. Joe Meek - Telstar (CD, 1962)
15. Tornadoes - Telstar (CD, 1962)
16. Margie Singleton - Magic Star (CD, 1962)
17. Byrds - CTA-102 (CD, 1967)
18. Rose DuBates - Signals from Saturn (CD, 1962)
19. Judy Roberts - Star Trek (45, 1980)
20. Baskerville Hounds - Space Rock (45)
21. Pearls Before Swine - Rocket Man (LP, 1970)
22. Langley Schools Music Project - Space Oddity (CD)
23. Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years from Home (CD, 1967)
24. David Bowie - Star Man (LP, 1972)
25. Berlin Philharmonic - Theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey (LP, 1970)
26. Kinks - Supersonic Rocketship (LP, 1972)
27. Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (LP, 1967)
28. Astrud Gilberto - Fly Me to the Moon (CD, 1965)
29. Nina Simone - Everyone's Gone to the Moon (CD, 1968)
30. Joe Simon - Moon Walk (45, 1970)
31. Byrds - Armstrong, Aldrin & Collins (CD, 1969)
32. Theme from the Invaders (CD, 1967)
33. Dudley & Doo-Rytes - U.F.O. (CD, 1966)
34. Boots Walker - They're Here (45, 1967)
35. Byrds - Mr. Spacemen (CD, 1966)
36. Vik Venus - Moonflight (45, 1969)
37. Lou Reed - Satellite of Love (LP, 1973)
38. Bonzo Dog Band - I'm the Urban Spaceman (CD, 1968)

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Tuesday, September 25, 2007 - Eli Polonsky

(R) = By request

01. Strawberry Alarm Clock - Unwind With The Clock
02. Listening - 9/8 Song
03. Tim Buckley - Buzzin' Fly
04. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - Fly Tomorrow
05. Buffalo Springfield - Bluebird (R) (vinyl-only long version)
06. Country Joe & The Fish - She's A Bird
07. Jimi Hendrix - Like A Rolling Stone (R) (from Monterey Pop)
08. Bob Dylan - Most Likely You'll Go Your Way And I'll Go Mine
09. Frank Zappa & The Mothers - My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
10. The Who - Drowned (R)
11. Humble Pie - Live With Me (R)

Birthday tribute: Ian Tyson (b. 9/25/33)
12. Ian & Sylvia - You Were On My Mind (Sylvia Fricker)
13. Ian & Sylvia - Changes (Phil Ochs)
14. Judy Collins - Someday Soon (Ian Tyson)
15. Neil Young - Four Strong Winds (Ian Tyson)
16. Ian & Sylvia - Last Lonely Eagle (John Dawson)
17. Great Speckled Bird - Rio Grande (Ian Tyson/Amos Garrett)

Feature: Chris Hillman, who will be performing with Herb Pedersen this weekend at the Bull Run Restaurant in Shirley, MA:
18. The Byrds - Have You Seen Her Face
19. The Byrds - Natural Harmony
20. Flying Burrito Brothers - Christine's Tune
21. Stephen Stills & Manassas - It Doesn't Matter

Larry Miller will be bringing back the good stuff on "Lost & Found" next Tuesday, and I'll be back in the Tuesday chair in two weeks on October 9. Thanks for listening!
Eli Polonsky
eli@wmbr.org

Friday, September 21, 2007

September 21, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

TV Music:
01. Les Elgart - Bandstand Boogie (45, 1954)
02. Chordettes - Zorro (CD, 1959)
03. Bernard Herrmann - Have Gun Will Travel (opening theme) (LP, 1957)
04. Duane Eddy - Ballad of Paladin (45, 1962)
05. Johnny Cash - Bonanza (LP, 1960)
06. Larry Collins - The Rebel (Johnny Yuma) (45, 1960)
07. Branded Theme (CD, 1965)
08. Sandy Nelson - Peter Gunn (45, 1967)
09. Slewfoot Five - Dragnet (45, 1954)
10. Link Wray - Batman (45, 1966)
11. Bob Crane - F Troop (LP, 1966)
12. P. F. Sloan - Danger Man (CD, 1965)
13. Laurie Johnson - The Avengers (LP, 1967)
14. Charles Randolph Greane - Quentin's Theme (LP, 1969)
15. Peter Matz - Hullabaloo (LP, 1965)
16. Kittens - Shindig (45, 1965)
17. Ventures - Action (LP, 1966)
18. Paul Revere & Raiders - It's Happening (CD, 1969)
19. Grass Roots - Get It Together (45, 1970)
20. Harpers Bizarre - Malibu U. (45, 1967)
21. Bee Gees - The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters (LP, 1964)
22. Beach Boys - Karen (CD, 1964)
23. Lenny Welch - Coronet Blue (45, 1967)
24. Quincy Jones - The Bill Cosby Show (Hikky-Burr) (LP, 1970)
25. John Prine - Illegal Smile (LP, 1972)
26. Ventures - Hawaii Five-O (CD, 1969)
27. Sammy Davis Jr. - Chico and the Man (45, 1974)
28. Elliot & Ferguson - Barney Miller (45, 1974)
29. Corniche - CHiPs (45, 1979)
30. Tony Camilo's Bazuka - Police Woman (45, 1977)
31. Jim Helms - Caine's Theme (Kung Fu) (LP, 1973)
32. Rhythm Heritage - Theme from SWAT (LP, 1976)
33. Non Profit Organization - Room 222 (45, 1970)
34. Puppet - Best Friend (45, 1970)
35. Will-O-Bees - The Ugliest Girl in Town (45, 1969)
36. Perry Mason Theme (CD)
37. Brady Bunch Fan Club Record (1972)
38. Theme from the Munsters (CD)
39. Simon Park - Danger UXB (LP, 1978)
40. Monkees - Theme from the Monkees (CD, 1966)
41. Archies - Everything's Archie (LP, 1969)
42. Sigmund and the Sea Monsters (Friends) (LP, 1973)
43. Sammy Davis Jr. - My Mother the Car (LP, 1966)
44. Tiny Tim - Mr. Ed (45, 1978)
45. Damaskas Barnes & Barnes - A Day in the Life of Green Acres (45)
46. Little Roger & Goosebumps - Stairway to Giligan's Island (45, 1978)

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Here’s the menu for today’s feast: Refried Fifties, with your Moldie Oldie himself, Larry Miller

Jeff Beck Group w/ Rod Stewart: “All Shook Up”
Humble Pie: “C’mon Everybody”
John Lennon: “Boney Maroney”
The Rolling Stones: “Little Queenie”

Clearance Creedwater Revival: “Good Golly Miss Molly”
Loggins and Messina: “My Baby Left Me”
The Band: “Mystery Train”
Ry Cooder: “Money Honey”
Loving Spoonful: “Searchin’”

Blind Faith: “Well, All Right”
Tom Rush: “I’m in Love Again”

Delaney and Bonny and Friends: “Little Richard Medley”
The Who: “Summertime BLues”
Mountain: “Roll Over Beethoven”
Jimi Hendrix: “Johnny B. Goode”

Quicksilver Messenger Service: “Mona”
The Grateful Dead: “Not Fade Away”
John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band: “Money” (request)

.. and there you have your favorite 60’s bands playing their favorite 50’s music.

And now, something for the Dylantanttes...

Bob Dylan: “Can’t You Please Crawl Out Your Window” (with The Band)
Leon Russell: “Love Minus Zero- No Limit”
Judy Collins: “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues”
Joan Baez: “The Drifter’s Escape”
The Byrds: “Chimes of Freedom”

Blood, Sweat and Tears: “The Modern Adventures of Plato, Diogenes and Freud”
Buffalo Springfield: “Broken Arrow”
(A failed attempt to play a song by Procol Harum caused by CD failure.)
Buffalo Springfield: “Mr Soul”

Except for that last bit, ( my bad- home-made CD), this went pretty well.

(No, it’s Creedence Clearwater....)

See you in two weeks!

Saturday, September 15, 2007

September 14, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

01. Bobby Byrd - I Need Help (45, 1970)
02. Ronnie Walker - Really Really Love You (45, 1967)
03. The Sister & Brothers - Dear Ike (45, 1970)
04. Larks (with Barbara Mason) - Dedicated to You (CD, 1965)
05. Destinaires - Diamonds and Pearls (45, 1964?)
06. Joe Tex - Men Are Gettin' Scarce (CD, 1968)
07. Vogues - Magic Town (CD, 1966)
08. Keith - Sugar Man (CD, 1967)
09. Eddie Hodges - Love Minus Zero (45, 1965)
10. Hello People - (As I Went Down to) Jerusalem (45, 1968)
11. Standells - Why Pick on Me (CD, 1966)
12. Janis Martin - My Boy Elvis (CD, 1957)
13. Jack Scott - Geraldine (CD, 1958)
14. Huey Smith & Clowns - Don't You Just Know It (LP, 1958)
15. Leo Kottke - Mona Rae (LP, 1974)
16. Mary Hopkin - Think About Your Children (45, 1970)
17. Pearls Before Swine - Song About a Rose (LP, 1970)
18. Rotary Connection - A-Muse (CD, 1969)
19. Joe Henderson - Snap Your Fingers (45, 1962)
20. Detroit Emeralds - Show Time (45, 1968)
21. Linda Jones - I Who Have Nothing (CD, 1969)
22. Rhetta Hughes - Light My Fire (45, 1969)
23. James Brown - Mashed Potatoes USA (45, 1962)
24. Weather Report - Unknown Soldier (LP, 1972)
25. Boz Scaggs - I'm Easy (LP, 1969)
26. Sutherland Brothers Band - Wars of the Roses (LP, 1972)
27. Robert John - If You Don't Want My Love (CD, 1968)
28. Lori Burton - The Hurt Won't Go Away (CD, 1967)
29. Pure Food & Drug Act - Til the Day I Die (LP, 1972)
30. Pure Prairie League - Tears (LP, 1972)
31. Classics IV - Soul Train (CD, 1968)

Friday, September 14, 2007

September 12, 2007 w/guest host "Mighty Slim"

Butterfield Blues Band - Work Song recorded live at the Unicorn Coffee House Boston 5-18-66
MC5 - Motor City is Burning
The Doors - The Spy (outtake from Morrison Hotel CD)
Donovan - Black Widow recorded live at the Bottom Line NYC 4-10-76
Stephen Stills - Black Queen 4-26-68 (live in the studio)
John Sebastian - Red Eye Express recorded live for the King Biscuit
Jefferson Airplane - Papa John's Down Home Blues recorded live at Winterland San Francisco 9-22-72
Nina Simone - The Pusher (live)
New Riders of the Purple Sage - I Don't Know You recorded live at the Fillmore East 5-15-70 (early show)
Rolling Stones - I Don't Know Why (from Metamorphisis)
Sly and the Family Stone - Stand (Vet Stone's version of The Family Stone w/ original trumpter/singer Cynthia Robinson) recorded live at The Olympia Paris
Led Zeppelin - As Long As I Have You (including Fresh Garbage, I'm a Man, Cat's Squirrel) recorded live at the Fillmore West 4-27-69
Bob Dylan - George Jackson (rare 45 from '71)

R.I.P Hughie Thomasson 1942-2007
The Outlaws - Hurry Sundown (live)
The Outlaws - Green Grass and High Tides recorded live at Ebbits Field House Denver 7-23-75
The Outlaws - There Goes Another Love Song (live)

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Tuesday, September 11, 2007 - Eli Polonsky

(R) = By Request
Fairly random for the first hour.
01. The Great Society - White Rabbit
02. Love - Live And Let Live
03. SuperSession (Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield) - Albert's Shuffle
04. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Rainy Day, Dream Away (R)
05. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Still Raining, Still Dreaming
06. Traffic - Coloured Rain
07. Sir Douglas Quintet - The Rains Came
08. Buffalo Springfield - In The Hour Of Not Quite Rain
09. Jeff Beck Group - Plynth (Water Down The Drain)
10. Spirit - Fresh Garbage
11. Neil Young - Cowgirl In The Sand
12. Hamilton Camp - Pride Of Man (R)
13. Quicksilver Messenger Service - What About Me

Birthday: Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart - b.9-11-43
Listen to a Mickey Hart "Lost & Found" station ID here.
14. Diga Rhythm Band - Happiness Is Drumming
15. Mickey Hart's Rolling Thunder - The Main Ten
16. Mickey Hart's Rolling Thunder - Playing In The Band
17. Grateful Dead - Eyes Of The World/Drums (Live)
18. Grateful Dead - King Solomon's Marbles/Stronger Than Dirt Or Milking The Turkey (Live)
(#17, #18 from 8-13-75 Great American Music Hall, San Francisco "One From The Vault")

Unfortunately, I failed to backtime this show adequately to give the following two fine folk-rock artists their full birthday due:

Birthday: British singer/songwriter John Martyn - b.9-11-48
19. John Martyn - Solid Air
Birthday: folk guitar virtuoso Leo Kottke - b.9-11-45
20. Leo Kottke - Eight Miles High (R)
21. Leo Kottke - Pamela Brown

I'll see you in two weeks, take it easy!
Eli Polonsky
eli@wmbr.org

Monday, September 10, 2007

September 10, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background muisc provided by The Wooden O - The Handeful of Pleasant Delites (1969)

Set 01:
1. Flower Travellin' Band - "House of the Rising Sun" (Anywhere 1970)
2. Agitation Free - "First Communication" (2nd 1973)
3. Ten Years After - "As the Sun Still Burns Away" (Cricklewood Green 1970)
4. The James Gang - "Bomber: a. Closet Queen b. Bolero c. Cast Your Fate to the Wind (Rides Again 1970)
5. Jawbone- "Across the Universe" (Jawbone 1970)

Set 02:
1. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Almost Cut My Hair" (1970 previously unreleased unedited original version from CSN box set 1991)
2. Second Hand - "Rhubarb!" (Reality 1968)
3. High Tide - "Dilemma" (1969 demo bonus track from 2006 CD re-release of Sea Shanties 1969)
4. Andwellas Dream - "Andwella" (Love and Poetry 1969)
5. Jonesy - "1958" (No Alternative 1972)

Set 03:
1. The Persons - "Ride My Mustang" (1965?)
2. Socrates Drank the Conium -"Satisfaction" (Taste of Conium 1972)
3. Morka - "Fair Lady of 1960" (1972 demo from There was a Time... compilation 2006)

Set 04:
1. Bryan Ferry - "The "In" Crowd" (Another Time, Another Place 1974)
2. Bonzo Dog Band - "Mr. Apollo (German Version)" (bonus track from The Doughnut in Granny's Greenhouse 1968)
4. Luther Grosvenor - "Under Open Skies" (Under Open Skies 1971)
4. John Phillips - "Black Girl" (outtake from 2006 CD re-release of John the Wolfking of L.A. 1970)

Friday, September 07, 2007

September 7, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

For the birds!
01. Crows - Gee (CD, 1953)
02. Cardinals - The Door Is Still Open (LP, 1955)
03. Flamingos - Lovers Never Say Goodbye (CD, 1959)
04. Robins - Smokey Joe's Cafe (LP, 1955)
05. Arthur Lyman - Yellow Bird (CD, 1961)
06. Clyde McPhatter - Rockin' Robin (CD, 1960)
07. Jackie Lee - The Duck (CD, 1965)
08. Gene Simmons - The Dodo (45, 1964)
09. Aretha Franklin - Mockingbird (CD, 1968)
10. Jerry Byrd - Memories of Maria (45, 1962)
11. Falcons - I Found a Love (CD, 1962)
12. Blue Jays - Lover's Island (CD, 1961)
13. Howlin' Wolf - The Red Rooster (CD, 1961)
14. Little Johnny Taylor - Nightingale Melody (45, 1964)
15. Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd - Desafinado (CD, 1962)
16. Nashville Teens - The Little Bird (45, 1965)
17. Beatles - And Your Bird Can Sing (CD, 1966)
18. Jaco Pastorius - Blackbird (LP, 1981)
19. Donovan - Three Kingfishers (CD, 1966)
20. Claudine Longet - Birds (LP, 1972)
21. Fleetwood Mac - Albatross (45, 1969)
22. Woody Woodpecker Theme (CD)
23. Partridge Family - Come on Get Happy (LP, 1970)
24. Superchicken Theme (CD, 1967)
25. Merry Clayton - Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow (LP, 1975)
26. Flight of the Condor (LP)
27. Crow - King of Rock & Roll (45, 1970)
28. Everly Brothers - Cuckoo Bird (CD, 1969)
29. Ill Wind - High Flying Bird (CD, 1968)
30. It's a Beautiful Day - White Bird (LP, 1969)
31. Donald Byrd - Cristo Redentor (CD 1964)
32. Eagle - We Got a Good Thing Goin' (LP, 1970)
33. Music Machine - The Eagle Never Hunts the Fly (CD, 1967)
34. Beach Boys - Little Bird (CD, 1968)
35. Brass Ring - Love Theme from Flight of the Phoenix (LP, 1966)
36. Nick Drake - Hazy Jane II (CD, 1970)
37. Rare Bird - Baby Listen (LP, 1973)
38. Byrds - Jesus Is Just Alright (CD, 1970)

CDV playlist for 9/6/07

Intro: "Spreadin' Honey" - The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band

Background music for the show: Coleman Hawkins - Soul

Sam Cooke - "Nobody Know the Trouble I've Seen"
The Watts 103rd Rhythm Street Band - "Love Land"
The Exotics - "Don't Lead Me On"
The Dynamics - "I Don't Want Nobody to Lead Me On"
Bettye LaVette - "I Still Want to Be Your Baby (Take Me Like I Am)"
Chuck Jackson - "Millionaire"
Sugar Pie Desanto - "Soulful Dress"
Bobby Bland - "Shoes"
The Detroit Emeralds - "Just Now and Then"
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - "100 Days, 100 Nights"
James Brown & the Famous Flames - "Tell Me What You're Gonna Do"
Nathaniel Mayer & the Fortune Braves - "(I Want) Love & Affection (Not the House of Correction)"
Mickey Murray - "I Can't Tell You"
Tower of Power - "Clever Girl"
Parliment - "Funky Woman"
Joe Simon - "Hangin' On"
Bettye Swann - "I Think I'm Falling In Love"
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - "Something's Changed"
Betty Everett - "Too Hot to Hold"
The 4 Avalons - "I Don't Want To Be a Playboy"
Nilo Espinosa y Orquesta - "Baby Boogaloo"
Mongo Santamaria - "We Got Latin Soul"
The Joe Cuba Sextet - Push, Push, Push"
Chollo Rivera & the Latin Soul Drives - "Latin Soul Drive is Here"
Nico Estrada y su Sonora - "Ven Pa' Mi Casa"
Betty Davis - "Anti Love Song"
Jeanne & the Darlings - "How Can You Mistreat the One You Love?"
The Dynamics - "She's for Real (Bless You)"
Jimmy Braswell - "This Time It's Got to Be for Real"
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - "Humble Me"
The Venturas - "Calling You Baby"
Charles Bradley - "Heartaches & Pain"
The Swinging Seven - "Football"

Outro: "Spreadin' Honey" - The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

The menu for today's psychedelic lunch, with your host, Larry Miller

At last: The End of the Summer of Love... This special set celebrating the death of Hippie has been presented by Larry the Beatnik (out to make it rich). Here now, some of the folks who played at the final Summer of Love concert on Saturday September 1st in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

Country Joe McDonald: “The Fush cheer/ Feel Like I’m Fixing To Die Rag”
Moby Grape: “Changes”
Taj Mahal: “She Took the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride” (live)
Chambers Brothers: “In the Midnight Hour”
Canned Heat: “Back Out On the Road/ On the Road Again medley” (Live in Europe)

Did I mention that I was at the original Human Be-in in January 1967 in Golden Gate Park?

Cold Blood w. Lydia Pense: “I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free”
New Riders of the Purple Sage: “Glendale Train” (Live)
The Charlatans: “Jack o’ Diamonds” (From the rarities cd “The Amazing Charlatans”)
Youngbloods: “Misty Roses” (Live)
Jefferson Airplane: “Twilight Double Header” (Live)

That’s all folks: the 'Summer of Love' is officially over. Now, go on about your business...

Spooky Tooth: “Waiting for the Wind” (request)
The Paupers: “It’s Your Mind” (1st album: Magic People)

Some Brits:

Steeleye Span: “John Barleycorn” (Different version of the same song as the one Traffic did.)
Jethro Tull: “Inside” (Benefit album)
The Who: “Maryanne With the Shaky Hand” (... Sell Out)
Procol Harum: “The Devil Came From Kansas”
The Rolling Stones: “She’s a Rainbow” ( I guessed wrong- the strings were arranged by John Paul Jones, not Paul Buckmaster...)

Some stuff chosen at random from various 60’s compilations of alternative rock:

Spirit: “Darkeyed Woman”
Family: “Burlesque”
Fever Tree: “San Francisco Girls”
Love: “Your Mind and We Belong Together”

Chris Farlowe:” Out of Time” (The Stones’ song.)
Ultimate Spinach: “Ego Trip”
Pearls Before Swine: “Uncle John”
Chocolate Watch Band: “Are You Gonna Be There (At the Love-in)?”
Kaleidoscope: “Keep Your Mind Open”
The Misunderstood: “Children of the Sun”

See you in two weeks- stay cool!
And remember: if you remember the 60’s, you weren’t doing it right....

Monday, September 03, 2007

September 3, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

This was the annual Bring Yer Kids to WMBR show, maybe the 4th in a series. We welcomed guitar-slinging singer (and dancer, but that doesn't translate well on radio) Madelyn (age 11), budding naturalist/horticulturalist Nathan (age 8), and the usually irrepressible Eleyna (age 3), who, as the wild card, was hardly under my control. Maddy sang and played a couple songs, Nathan was as always the reluctant interviewee, and Eleyna began the show with much promise, then ran away pouting when her older sister took the spotlight. 'Tis obvious we'll soon have to devote a whole show to Eleyna to keep her happy.

Featured are sets relating to Nathan's passions, namely our backyard bugs n' beasts, and flowers. There is also a set of Maddy's fave raves of late. Plus we have a couple that are Labor Day themed. Wish I'd known Alex had devoted a whole show to the holiday this past Friday....I would then not have duplicated three of his songs. That's against my religion.

Hope you enjoy!

Background music provided by V/A: On the Brink: Return of the Instro-Hipsters compilation(2007)

Set 01: LABOR DAY #1
1. The Beatles - "A Hard Day's Night (Take 1)" (1964 from Anthology 1 compilation 1995)
2. Rolling Stones - "Factory Girl" (Beggar's Banquet 1968)
3. Bob Dylan - "Maggie's Farm" (live 7/25/65 Newport Folk Festival from No Direction Home compilation 2005)
4. The Modern Lovers - "Government Center" (The Modern Lovers 1976)
5. The Kinks - "Get Back in Line" (Lola Versus Powerman and The Moneygoround 1970)
6. Glen Campbell - "Wichita Lineman" (Wichita Lineman 1968)

Set 02:
1. Donovan - "Sunshine Superman" HITS #1 IN THE US THIS DAY IN 1966
2. Eric Donaldson - "Cherry Oh Baby" (1971 from Cherry Oh Baby: The Best of Eric Donaldson compilation 2006)
3. Lord Sutch - "The Cheat" (1966 from V/A: Real Life Permanent Dream: A Cornucopia of British Psychedelia 1965-1970 compilation 2007)

Set 03: MADELYN DUBROW FAVES
1. Queen - "Killer Queen" (Sheer Heart Attack 1974)
2. The Roches - "On the Road to Fairfax County" (Keep On Doing 1982)
3. The Beatles - "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (Love 2006)
4. AC/DC - "You Shook Me All Night Long" (Back in Black 1980)

MADELYN PERFORMS "Heart of Gold" BY NEIL YOUNG

Set 04: BACKYARD BUGS N' THINGS FOR NATHAN
1. Cat Stevens - "Hummingbird" (Matthew & Son 1967)
2. Them - "The Moth" (Time Out! Time in For Them 1968)
3. The Gants - "I'm a Snake" (1966 from I Wonder compilation 2000)
4. Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs - "Grasshopper" (Li'l Red Riding Hood 1966)
5. John Entwistle - "Boris the Spider" (Philadephia 3/15/75 from Greatest Hits Live: King Biscuit Flower Hour Archive Series 2003)

Set 05: LABOR DAY #2
1. Dave Edmunds - "Here Comes the Weekend" (Here Comes the Weekend 1976)
2. Captain Beefheart - "Hard Workin' Man" (V/A: Blue Collar Soundtrack 1978) REQUEST
3. Tom Waits - "I Can't Wait to Get Off Work" (Small Change 1976)
4. The Kinks - "Nine to Five" (Soap Opera 1975)
5. Isley Brothers - "Work to Do" (Brother, Brother, Brother 1972)

MADELYN PERFORMS "Iron Man" BY BLACK SABBATH

Set 06: FLOWERS FOR NATHAN
1. Powder - "Flowers" (1968 from Biff! Bang! compilation 1996)
2. Eternity's Children - "Flowers" (Eternity's Children 1968)
3. The Aquarian Age - "I Can't Grow Flowers in My Yard" (1969 single)
4. Lothar & The Hand People - "Milkweed Love" (Presenting...1968)
5. The Mothers of Invention - "Flower Punk" (We're Only in It For the Money 1968)

Finale: Richard & Linda Thompson - "Mole in the Hole" (Hokey Pokey 1975)