Saturday, May 27, 2006

CDV's Playlist for Friday, May 26, 2006

Intro: "About Noon" - The Mar-Kays

Van Halen - "Happy Trails"
T.Rex - "King of the Mountain Cometh"
Alex Chilton - "Oogum Boogum"
Love Sculpture - "I Hear You Knockin'"
The Starlets - "You Don't Love Me"
The Outsiders - "Summer is Here"
Big Star - "Life is White"
Badfinger - "I'd Die Babe"
The Collectors - "My Love Delights Me"
Joey Stec - "Do You Know"
The Troll - "Satin City News"
J.D. Blackfoot - "Cycles"
The Pretty Things - "You Don't Believe Me"
Mockingbirds - "Lovingly Yours"
The Uniques - "Not Too Long Ago"
The Stooges - "Search and Destroy"
Desmond Dekker - "007"
Andre Williams - "Don't Touch"
Bo Diddley - "Black Soul"
Baron Lee and the Blue Rhythm Band - "Reefer Man"
Howlin' Wolf - "Evil (Is Goin' On)"
Otha Turner - "Lay My Burden Down"
Ella Fitzgerald - "Wacky Dust"
Beck - "I'm So Glad"
Link Wray - "Be What You Want To"
Kim Fowley - "The Trip"
Davie Allan and the Arrows - "Cody's Theme"
The Creation - "How Does It Feel (UK Version)"
The Eyes - "When the Night Falls"
Ann-Margaret - "The Lady Loves Me"
The Kinks - "See My Friend"
Simon Turner - "Love Around"
Robin Scott - "The Purple Codger"
The Love Depression - "Gon'na Ride"
The Nashville Teens - "Last Minute"
High Mountain Hoedown - "Voodoo Woman"
Chris Andrews - "Hold On"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake

Thursday, May 25, 2006

May 25, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

In Memoriam - recognizing those from the Lost & Found era who've passed away within the last twelve months.

1. Big Al Downing - All I Want Is You (CD, 1964)
2. Joe Jones - California Sun (45, 1961)
3. Rivingtons (for member Al Frazier) - Papa Oom Mow Mow (CD, 1962)
4. Ricky Allen - Cut You a-Loose (CD, 1963)
5. Johnny Fortune - Soul Surfer (CD, 1963)
6. Jack Wild - Some Beautiful (45, 1970)
7. Freddie & Dreamers (for Freddie Garrity) - Brown & Porters (Meat Exporters) Lorry (CD, 1967)
8. Quotations (for member Rick Schwartz) - Imagination (CD, 1962)
9. Danny Williams - White on White (CD, 1964)
10. Joe Harnell - Diane (45, 1963)
11. Rene & Rene (for Rene Herrera) - Angelito (45, 1964)
12. Kalin Twins (for Hal Kalin) - When (CD, 1958)
13. Peaches & Herb (for Francine "Peaches" Barker) - Let's Fall in Love (CD, 1967)
14. Shirley & Lee (for Shirley Goodman) - I've Been Loved Before (CD, 1960)
15. Hedy West - 500 Miles (CD, 1963)
16. Hamilton Camp - This Wheel's On Fire (CD, 1968)
17. Billy Walker - Cross the Brazos at Waco (LP, 1965)
18. Buck Owens - Johnny B. Goode (LP, 1969)
19. Barbara Pittman - I Need a Man (CD, 1956)
20. Wilson Pickett - You Can't Stand Alone (CD, 1967)
21. Chi-Lites (for member Eugene Record) - Let Me Be the Man My Daddy Was (LP, 1969)
22. Lou Rawls - Love Is a Hurtin' Thing (LP, 1966)
23. Richard Pryor - Burnin' Up (radio edit) (LP, 1982)
24. Oscar Brown Jr. - Work Song (LP)
25. Long John Baldry - Dimples (LP, 1964)
26. Little Milton - Poor Man (45, 1969)
27. Johnny & Hurricanes (for member Johnny Paris) - Crossfire (CD, 1959)
28. Gene Pitney - I Must Be Seeing Things (CD, 1965)
29. Cowsills (for members Barry and Bill Cowsill) - II x II (CD, 1967)
30. Tangerine Zoo (for member Bob "Benny" Benevides) - Like People (45, 1968)
31. Skitch Henderson - Caribbean Polka (LP)
32. Cyrkle - Turn Down Day (for co-writer David Blume) (CD, 1966)
33. Johnny Tillotson - Lonesome Town (for writer Baker Knight) (CD, 1962)
34. Jim Reeves - This Is It (for writer Cindy Walker) (CD, 1965)
35. Link Wray - Jack the Ripper (45, 1963)
36. Quintones (for member Phyllis Carr) - Down the Aisle of Love (CD, 1958)
37. Dee Edwards - You Say You Love Me (CD, 1962)
38. Bobby Moore & Rhythm Aces - Searching for My Love (CD, 1966)
39. Ray Barretto - El Watusi (CD, 1963)

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Farewell and Best Wishes to Lawrence Azrin

Please join us today in wishing a fond farewell to Lawrence Azrin, who is leaving the area after just over eleven years on "Lost & Found". His knowledge, dedication and spirit will be sorely missed. Catch his last extended special edition of "Lost & Found" today, Wednesday, May 24'th from 12 noon - 5 PM, and you can send your best wishes via our e-mail address here. He will be staying on our e-mail list.

We'll miss you, Larry!!

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Lost and Found

Lost and Found
Larry Miller Playlist for Tuesday 5/23/2006

“It’s not how long you make it, it’s how you make it long...”

Iron Butterfly: “In-A-Gadda-da-Vida”

The Chambers Brothers: “Time Has Come Today”

Creedence Clearwater Revival: “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”

Pink Floyd: “Interstellar Overdrive”

The Doors: “When the Music’s Over”

Bob Dylan: “Visions of Johanna”

David Crosby: “Cowboy Movie”

Grateful Dead: “Viola Lee Blues”

Quicksilver Messenger Service: “The Fool”

The Who: “Underture” (from Tommy)

Monday, May 22, 2006

May 22 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow and Special Guest Al Kooper

Al Kooper was my birthday present today (no cake or nudity, however)! The legendary singer-songwriter/musician/producer and Forest Gump of the '60s-'70s Rock Scene sat in for the two hours and blessed us with his own song selections and some groovy tales from his past. For more of a chew of all things Al, go to

1. Al Kooper and The Funky Faculty - "Green Onions"
2. Rolf Harris - "Sun Arise"
3. Jackie DeShannon - "When You Walk in the Room"
4. Paul Revere & The Raiders - "Good Thing"
5. The Spencer Davis Group - "Let Me Down Easy"
6. B. J. Thomas - "I'm Callin'"
7. Jelly - I Don't Wanna Beg Ya Baby"
8. Colin Blunstone - Never Even Thought"
9. Murray Head - "Say It Ain't So Jo"
10. Sagitarrius - "My World Fell Down"
11. Colours - "Bad Day at Black Rock"
12. Television - See No Evil"
13. Al Kooper - "It's All the Same to Me"
14. Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans- "Zip-A-Dee-Doo Dah"
15. Lloyd Price - "Tryin' to Slip Away"
16. Don Gardner & DD Ford - "Need Your Love Everyday"
17. Johnny Nash - "Hold Me Tight"
18. Al Kooper and The Funky Faculty - "(I Want You to ) Tell Me the Truth"

Saturday, May 20, 2006

May 18, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Too Young/Too Old. [Thanks to Bill Saunders for the theme suggestion.]
1. Beach Boys - When I Grow Up to Be a Man (CD, 1964)
2. Roy Orbison - So Young (LP, 1970)
3. Ronettes - I Wonder (LP, 1963)
4. Tams - Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy (CD, 1968)
5. Duane Eddy - Because They're Young (CD, 1960)
6. Memphis Slim - In My Younger Days (CD)
7. Animals - When I Was Young (CD, 1967)
8. Bob Dylan - My Back Pages (CD, 1964)
9. Joe Simon - Looking Back (LP, 1969)
10. Ace Cannon - Looking Back (CD, 1962)
11. Beatles - When I'm 64 (CD, 1967)
12. Fats Domino - Before I Grow Too Old (45, 1960)
13. Mojo Men - As I Get Older (CD)
14. Byrds - John Riley (CD, 1966)
15. Walter Brennan - Old Rivers (CD, 1962)
16. Tony, Bob & Jimmy - Son of Old Rivers (CD, 1962)
17. Byrds - Old John Robertson (CD, 1968)
18. Sonny Boy Williamson - Too Old to Think (CD)
19. Kingston Trio - Raspberries, Strawberries (LP, 1960)
20. Lou Rawls - It Was a Very Good Year (LP)
21. Parlettes - Because We're Very Young (CD, 1964)
22. Connie Stevens - Too Young to Go Steady (45, 1960)
23. Petites - Is Thirteen Too Young to Fall in Love (45, 1964)
24. Ronettes - I'm So Young (LP, 1963)
25. Andre Previn & David Rose - Like Young (CD, 1959)
26. Foundations - In the Bad Bad Old Days (45, 1969)
27. Candi Staton - I'd Rather Be an Old Man's Sweetheart (CD, 1969)
28. Rufus Thomas - Never Grow Cold (CD)
29. Bobby Vinton - Days of Sand and Shovels (LP, 1969)
30. Willie Mitchell - Young People (LP, 1969)
31. Spencer Wiggins - He's Too Old (CD, 1968)
32. Chuck Berry - Too Pooped to Pop (Casey) (CD, 1960)
33. Rolling Stones - 2000 Man (CD, 1967)
34. Kinks - Where Did My Spring Go (LP, 1968)
35. Faron Young - Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young (CD, 1955)
36. Spencer Davis Group - Looking Back (LP, 1967)
37. Tony Bennett - This Is All I Ask (CD, 1963)
38. Dusty Springfield - Yesterday When I Was Young (CD, 1972)
39. Carole King - Goin' Back (CD, 1970)
40. Shangri-Las - Past Present and Future (CD, 1966)

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Lost and Found

Lost and Found- Tuesday 5/16/2006

The Larry Mellow Show- in a Miller Mood...

Fred Neil: “The Dolphins”
Donovan: “Colours”
Bonnie Raitt: “Can’t Find My Way Home” (from a live 1972 radio concert)
Incredible String Band: “Cousin Caterpillar”

Robin Trower: “Bridge of Sighs”
John Mayall: “Broken Wings”
Steppenwolf: “Desperation”

Cream: “As You Said”
Randy Newman: “I Think It’s Going to Rain Today” -live (R)
Neil YOung: “On the Beach (R)
Youngbloods: “The Rain Song”
Grateful Dead: “Ripple”

Bonzo Dog Band: “Quiet Talks and Summer Walks” (R)
Simon & Garfunkel: “Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme”
Pentangle: “Bruton Town”
Tim Buckley: “Hallucinations”

Pink Floyd: “Fearless”
Moody Blues: “Legend of a Mind”
King Crimson: “I Talk to the Wind”
Procol Harum: “Broken Barricades”

Jim Kweskin: “Relax Your Mind”
Moby Grape: “Naked if I Want To”
Leon Russell: “Hummingbird”
Delaney and Bonnie: “Medley: Come on in my Kitchen; Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean; Going Down the Road Feeling Bad”

George Harrison: “Isn’t It a Pity”

Well, I finally figured out how to post my playlist, but how do I get those easy-to-read white letters like everybody else?- L.M.

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Christopher Vyce's Playlist for Friday, May 12th

Intro: "About Noon" - The Mar-Kays

The Rolling Stones - "Rain Fell Down"
The Chambers Brothers - "Love Me Like the Rain"
Bob Dylan - "Buckets of Rain"
Elvis Presley - "When It Rains, It Really Pours"
The Troggs - "When Will the Rain Come"
The Byrds - "I Wanna Grow Up to Be a Politician"
The Electric Flag - "Over-lovin You"
The Beatles - "It Won't Be Long"
Terry Knight and the Pack - "How Much More"
Terry Reid - "Superlungs My Supergirl"
Purple Image - "Lady"
E.L.O. - "Baby I Apologize"
Buffalo Springfield - "Burned"
The Velvert Turner Group - "Madonna (of The Seven Moons)"
The Patrons - "It's All He Knows" (
Tommy Facenda - "High School USA (Boston Version)"
Jimmy Holiday - "Poor Son"
Little Bob and the Lollipops - "Agent Double-O Soul"
Barbeque Bob - "She Shakes Her Gin"
Memphis Slim - "Beer Drinkin' Woman"
The North Mississippi Allstars - "Sugartown"
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - "Come On In"
Michael Powers - "Can't Quit You Baby"
Harry 'The Hipster' Gibson - "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine?"
The Rolling Stones - "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow"
Johnny Cash - "Send a Picture of Mother"
The Kinks - "Some Mother's Son"
Three Dog Night - "Mama Told Me"
Darondo - "My Momma & My Poppa"
James Brown - "Mother Popcorn, Pt.1"
Ernie K. Doe - "Mother-in-Law"
The Pilgrim Travelers - "Mother Bowed"
Bob Dorough (with Blossom Dearie) - "Mother Necessity" (from Schoolhouse Rock)
The Band - "Rag Mama Rag"
Merle Haggard - "Mother, The Queen of My Heart"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake

Thursday, May 11, 2006

May 11, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Thanks to John Funke for filling in for me last week!
I. Songs about the record business:
1. Brook Benton - Hit Record (CD, 1962)
2. Kinks - Top of the Pops (LP, 1970)
3. Pete Wingfield - Eighteen with a Bullet (LP, 1975)
4. Chip Taylor - 101 in Cashbox (LP, 1973)
5. Raspberries - Overnight Sensation (Hit Record) (CD, 1974)

II. "A" sides that were never hits (but the "B" sides were):
6. Bill Haley & Comets - Thirteen Women (LP, 1955)
[flip of "Rock Around the Clock"]
7. Claudine Clark - Disappointed (45, 1962)
[flip of "Party Lights"]
8. Highwaymen - Santiano (CD, 1961)
[flip of "Michael"]
9. Jorgen Ingmann - Echo Boogie (45, 1961)
[flip of "Apache"]
10. Booker T & MGs - Behave Yourself (CD, 1962)
[flip of "Green Onions"]
11. Bobby Vee - Anonymous Phone Call (45, 1963)
[flip of "The Night Has 1000 Eyes"]
12. Knickerbockers - The Comin' Generation (CD, 1965)
[flip of "Lies"]
13. Rivieras - Played On (CD, 1964)
[flip of "California Sun"]
14. Drifters - I Don't Want to Go On Without You (CD, 1964)
[flip of "Under the Boardwalk"]
15. Bobbie Gentry - Mississippi Delta (CD, 1967)
[flip of "Ode to Billie Joe"]
16. Cliff Nobles - Love Is All Right (45, 1968)
[flip of "The Horse"]
17. Steam - It's the Magic in You Girl (LP, 1969)
[flip of "Na Na Na Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)"]
18. Fraternity of Man - Wispy Paisley Skies (45, 1968)
[flip of "Don't Bogart Me"]

III. Miscellaneous
19. Lesley Gore - We Know We're in Love (CD, 1966)
20. Billy 'N Sue (Oliver & Lesley Gore) - Come Softly to Me (CD, 1970)
21. Turley Richards - I Heard the Voice of Jesus (LP, 1970)
22. Cream - We're Going Wrong (BBC session) (CD, 1967)
23. Jack Bruce - The Wind Cries Mary (CD, 1992)
24. Animals - The Story of Bo Diddley (LP, 1965)
25. Little Junior Parker - Annie Get Your Yo-Yo (CD, 1962)
26. Barbara Lynn - Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Going) (CD, 1964)
27. Lonnie Mack - Lonnie on the Move (45, 1964)
28. Lorraine Ellison - Try (CD, 1967)
29. Ruby Andrews - Casanova (Your Playing Days Are Over) (CD, 1967)

Al Kooper Sitting in on Lost & Found on May 22nd

Al Kooper will be sitting in for the two hours and spinning music of his own choosing, while being interrogated about his amazing career in music, on May 22nd's (Monday) Lost & Found with host Bob Dubrow.

Kooper played the signature organ riff in Bob Dylan's milestone song "Like a Rolling Stone." He was in the Blues Project, the first (and best!) incarnation of Blood, Sweat & Tears, put out music with Mike Bloomfield and Shuggie Otis, and released solo albums in the early '70s. He discovered and produced three Lynyrd Skynyrd albums (the ones with their massive hits..."Free Bird"anyone?). He played on and arranged three tracks on George Harrison's Somewhere in England album, performing with the remaining Beatles, Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr on the No. 1 single "All Those Years Ago." In an issue devoted to The 500 Greatest Recordings of All Time, Rolling Stone magazine included 12 albums with serious participation by Al.

And he's continued to rock the house onto the present day. Tune in to get a taste of Al Kooper's world on May 22nd! Which ain't a bad birthday present for the host either...

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Lost and Found

Lost and Found
Tuesday May 9th- LARRY MILLER

“If you remember the psychedelic era, you probably weren’t doing it right...”

Firesign Theater: Station Break
Buffy Ste. Marie: Welcome, Welcome Emigrante
Bob Dylan: I Pity the Poor Immigrant
Judy Collins: Deportees
Graham Nash (w/ David Crosby): Immigration man
The Nice: America

Santana: Well, All Right
Spirit: Aren't You Glad
Procol Harum: The Devil Came From Kansas
The Doors: Five to One

The Fugs: Coming Down
Rolling Stones: Connection
Mose Allison: Smashed
Little Feat: Sailin’ Shoes
The Band: The Shape I’m In

H.P. Lovecraft: The Mountains of Madness
Blues Magoos: Tobacco Road
Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Mary. Mary
Jeff Beck Group w/ Rod Stewart: Around the Plynth

Fairport Convention: Jack of Diamonds
13th Floor Elevators: If You’re Gonna Miss Me
Pearls Before Swine: Regions of Mary
Kaleidoscope: Keep Your Mind Open

Big Brother & the Holding Company: All is Loneliness
the Spikedrivers: Can’t Stand the Pain
Jethro Tull: Fat Man

Blues Project: Steve’s Song
Animals: Winds of Change
Byrds: It Won’t be Wrong
Country Joe and the Fish: Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine (live)

Jimi Hendrix: All Along the Watchtower

Breaks Music: Hampton String quartet: “What if Mozart Wrote Born to be Wild?”

Monday, May 08, 2006

May 8 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background music provided by Dude Durst - Krokodil Solo (1971)

Set 01:
1. Knacks - "Te Extranare" (?date from V/A: Worldbeaters 4 compilation)
2. Beau Jens - "Trouble Baby" (1967 from V/A: Teen Blast USA Volume #2 compilation)
3. Los Shakers - "Stop the Game" (1966 from V/A: Worldbeaters 4 compilation)
4. Bruce Arthur = "What Can You Do With a Broken Heart? (1966 from V/A: Teen Blast USA Volume #2 compilation)
5. Disraeli - "What Will the New Day Bring?" (1968 from V/A: Fading Yellow Vol. 2 compilation)
6. The Tol-Puddle Martyrs - " Time Will Come" (1967 from V/A: It's a Kave-in! compilation)

Set 02:
1. Electric Light Orchestra - "Mr. Radio (Take 9)" (bonus track from CD re-release of No Answer 1971)
2. The Chesapeake Jukebox Band - "This Time" (The Chesapeake Jukebox Band 1972)
3. Room - "Cemetary Junction Parts I & II" (Pre-Flight 1970)
4. Audience - "House on the Hill" (The First Audience Album 1969)
5. Marsupilami - "Born to Be Free" (Marsupilami 1970)
6. Baker Gurwitz Army - "The Artist" (Elysian Encounter 1975)

Set 03:
1. Ry Cooder - "Fool For a Cigarette/Feelin' Good" (Paradise and Lunch 1974)
2. Alan Hull - "Drug Song" (Pipedream 1973)
3. Santana - "Samba Pa Ti" (Abraxas 1970)
4. Bridget St. John - "The Pebble and the Man/Happiness Runs" (Songs For a Gentle Man 1971)
5. May Blitz - "Honey Colored Time" (The Second of May 1971)
6. Haze - "Peaceful Nonsense" (Haze 1971)
7. Night Sun - "Nightmare" (Mournin' 1972)

Set 04:
1. The Echoe Band - "Dock of the Bay" (1969 from Complete Recordings compilation 2002)
2. Mud - "Oh Boy" (Mudrock Vol. II 1975)
3. The Forum - "The River is Wide" (The River is Wide 1967)
4. Gram Parsons and The Fallen Angels (with Emmylou Harris)- "Love Hurts" (Live 1973 1982)
5. New Riders of the Purple Sage - "You Angel You" (Austin, Texas June 18, 1975 2006)

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

May 2, 2006 - Eli Polonsky fill-in for Larry Miller

As I drove to the station this morning to drop off my discs, then drove back home because there's no parking, and then caught the bus back to the station, I was thinking how nice it would be to be doing this at a station with employee parking spaces, and paychecks... but, stations with parking spaces and paychecks don't let DJ's do shows like this!

(R) = By request

01. Soft Machine - Why Are We Sleeping?
02. Pink Floyd - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
03. King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King (R)
04. Jimi Hendrix - Rainy Day Dream Away/Still Raining Still Dreaming
05. Strawberry Alarm Clock - Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow
06. Traffic - Coloured Rain
07. Robin Trower - Bridge Of Sighs (R)
08. L.A. Getaway - Craney Crow (Dr. John cover) (R)
09. Buffalo Springfield - Bluebird (9 minute vinyl-only version)
10. Peter, Paul & Mary - Too Much Of Nothing (Dylan) (R)
11. Mike Bloomfield/Al Kooper - Please, Tell Me Partner
12. Paul Butterfield Blues Band - The Work Song

* Set below dedicated to former Fox News commentator and new President Bush press secretary designate Tony Snow, who was quoted in The Boston Globe on May 1, 2006 as saying: "If strident activism were the ticket to immortality, the truly intense acts of the age - Country Joe McDonald, Richie Havens or (The) Fugs - would be revered as gods. Instead, they have been forgotten for the good and noble reason that their music stank".

Only fitting considering our current administration, eh?
Read the entire article here (may require registration).

13. Country Joe & The Fish - I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag (R)
14. Country Joe & The Fish - Superbird (Tricky Dickie)
15. The Fugs - Kill For Peace
16. The Fugs - Doin' All Right
17. Richie Havens - Handsome Johnny
18. Richie Havens - Freedom (from Woodstock) (R)

19. Laura Nyro - Save The Country (R)
20. Jim Pepper - Wichie-Tai-To (from "Pepper's Pow-Wow" - OOP) (R)

See you all next time!
Eli Polonsky