Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The show from Tuesday 10/30, with your host, Larry Miller

Songs about the Blues, which aren't really Blues Songs (sort of...)

Fred Neil: "Blues on the Ceiling"
Richard and Mimi Farina: "Mainline Prosperity Blues" (actual blues..)
Cream: "Blue Condition" (Ginger sings! sort of..)
The Rolling Stones: "I Got the Blues"
Clear Light: "Mr. Blue"
Country Joe and the Fish: "Death Sound Blues" (12-bar blues)

Moby Grape: "Mr. Blues" (live at Monterey)
Van Morrison: "Blue Money"
Loving Spoonful: "Blues in the Bottle" (Holy Modal Rounders song)
Richie Havens: "San Francisco Bay Blues"
Brian Auger and the Trinity, featuring Julie Driscoll: "All Blues" (The Miles Davis classic)
Jefferson Airplane: "Eskimo Blue Day"
Judy Collins: "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues"

Arlo Guthrie: "Gabriel's Mother Hiway Ballad #16 Blues"
Gram Parsons: "Knee Deep in the Blues" (with the International Submarine Band)
John Lennon/ Plastic Ono Band: "Yer Blues" (w/ Clapton- Live Peace in toronto)
Geoff Muldaur: "Devil Got My Woman" ( A real blues, by Skip James; from "The Blues Project" anthology)
Eric Clapton: "Bell Botton Blues" (The Rainbow Concert)
The Grateful Dead: "US Blues"
The Doors: "Shaman's Blues"

And that's that; now for some leftover requests and stuff...

Sir Douglas Quintet: "The Rain Came"
Flying Burrito Brothers: "Devil in Disguise" (or is it "Christine's Tune"?)
Yardbirds: "Stroll On" (alt version of Train Kept a'Rollin')
Spirit: "Dark Eyed Woman"
The Move: "Blackberry Way"
Pearls Before Swine: "Uncle Joe"
Fever Tree: "San Francisco Girls"
West Coast Experimental Pop Band: "Suppose They gave a War and Nobody Came"

Next Week, Eli and I double-team you for the Big Fund Raiser! See you then...

Sunday, October 28, 2007

FUNDRAISING is coming this week!

Dear all Lost and Found listeners near and far,

Starting on Thursday this week, WMBR begins its 2007 fundraiser. Please help Lost and Found knock 'em dead this year (as well as helping the station meet its goal of raising $75,000) by pledging to one of the great Lost and Found shows on Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. You can pledge via telephone starting on Thursday by calling 617 - 253 - 8810 or via the Interweb at Any amount helps and I am sure I speak for all L & F DJs when I tell you that we couldn't do this community radio thing without your help and involvement! Thank you, in advance, for all your previous support and we hope to hear from you during this year's fundraiser!

Christopher Vyce, Director of Fundraising
Host, Thursday Lost and Found

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Brother Wayne's Playlist October 24th

Intro: Watts 103rd St. Theme

01. Dorothy Norwood – Get Aboard The Soul Train (GRC)

02. Jackie Wilson & The Chi-Lites – Don’t Burn No Bridges (Brunswick)

03. Clarence Reid – See Through (Atco) (Promo)

04. Four Tops – Turn On The Light Of Your Love (Dunhill)

05. White Heat – Take A Look At Yourself (RCA) (Promo)

06. Adam Wade – Brother On The Run (Perception) (Promo)

07. Walter Heath – You Know You’re Wrong Don’t You Brother (Buddah)

08. Sugar Billy – Super Duper Love Pt.1 (Fast Track)

09. Sugar Billy – Super Duper Love Pt.2 (Fast Track)

10. King Floyd – I Feel Like Dynamite (Chimmneyville)

11. African Music Machine – Mr. Brown (Soul Power) (Promo)

12. Commodores – Look What You’ve Done To Me (Motown)

13. Quincy Jones – Main Squeeze (UNI)

14. ADC Band – Talk That Stuff (Cotillion) (Promo)

15. Lee Dorsey – O Me-o, My-o (Polydor) (Promo)

16. Pigmeat Markham – Here Comes The Judge (Chess)

17. Leon Austin – Steal Away (King)

18. Johnny Scotton – I’m Not Tired Yet (Buddah)

19. Syl Johnson – The Love You left Behind (Hi)

20. (Bed) David Batiste – Funky Soul (CD)

21. Friday, Saturday & Sunday – Potato Salad (Dig) (Promo)

22. Lowell Fulsom – Tramp (Kent)

23. Alvin Cash – Saddle Up (Chess)

24. Joe Tex – Cat’s Got Her Tongue (Dial)

25. Crown Heights Affair – Do It The French Way (De-Lite)

26. Fred & The New J.B.’s – Makin’ Love – (People) (Promo)

27. Mitty Collier – I Can’t Lose (Peachtree)

28. Howard Tate – That’s What Happens (Turntable)

29. The James Boys – The Horse (Phil-L.a.)

30. Pearl Reeves – Cool With A Groove (Pearlsfar)

31. Harvey Scales & The Seven Sounds – The Funky Yolk (Chess)

32. (Bed) James Brown – Popcorn With A Feeling (CD)

33. Eddie & Ernie – You Give Me Love To Go On (Revue)

34. Vernon Garrett – Little Black Woman (Kapp)

35. Labelle – Morning Much Better (Warner Bros.)

36. Chi-Lites – We Need Order (Brunswick)

37. Simtec & Wylie – Gotta Get Over The Hump (Misterchand)

38. King Hannibal – The Truth Shall Set You Free (Aware)

39. Z.Z. Hill – I Think I’d Do It (Mankind)

40. South Side Movement – Can You Get To That (Wand)

41. Popcorn Wylie – Funky Rubber Band (Soul)

End Theme: Gaturs – Cold Bear

Tuesday, October 23, 2007 - Eli Polonsky

The last 45 minutes of this show featured a telephone interview with musician, producer and author Sid Griffin about his new book "Million Dollar Bash; Bob Dylan, The Band, and The Basement Tapes".

First, some random selections (R = by request):
01. The Freeborne - Peak Impressions And Thoughts
02. Doors - Peace Frog/Blue Sunday/Texas Radio & The Big Beat (R)
03. SuperSession (Kooper & Stills) - Season Of The Witch
04. The Who - Amazing Journey/Sparks

Four covers of songs from "The Basement Tapes" (and one more):
05. Fairport Convention - Million Dollar Bash (R)
06. Peter, Paul & Mary - Too Much Of Nothing
07. Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - This Wheels On Fire
08. Jerry Garcia Band - I Shall Be Released
09. Jerry Garcia Band - Simple Twist Of Fate - (the Dylan original of this song was not from "The Basement Tapes". I hadn't planned to play this, but needed it to fill time while I tried to deal with an unexpected technical problem at the station).

During the interview, I played:
10. Bob Dylan & The Band - Lo And Behold
11. Bob Dylan & The Band - Odds And Ends (the shortest song on "The Basement Tapes", which was all I had time for!)

I'll be back in two weeks with Larry Miller for our annual fundraising show!
Thanks for listening,
Eli Polonsky

Monday, October 22, 2007

October 22, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background music provided by The Bob Crewe Generation - The Best of: Music to Watch Girls By (2005)

Set 01:
1. Budgie - "Hot as a Docker's Armpit" (Squawk 1972)
2. Roky Erickson and The Aliens - "Bumble Bee Zombie" (1978 from Don't Knock the Rok! 2003)
3. Bloodrock - "D.O.A." (Bloodrock 2 1971)
4. Amon Duul II - "Apocalyptik Bore" (Vive la Trance 1973)
5. Michael Yonkers - "Sandcastle" (Grimwood 1969)

Set 02:
1. Susan Christie - Yesterday, Where's My Mind?" (Paint a Lady 1969)
2. Sebastian Hardie - "Day After Day" (Four Moments 1975)
3. G.F. Fitz-Gerald - "Opal Pyramid Drifting Over Time" (Mouseproof 1970)
4. Blossom Toes - "Wait a Minute" (If Only For a Moment 1969)
5. Mountain - "Mississippi Queen" (11/3/74 Capitol Theater, Passaic NJ from King Biscuit Flower Hour: Mountain Greatest Hits Live! 2000) LESLIE WEST OF MOUNTAIN BORN THIS DAY IN 1945

Set 03:
1. The Bobby Fuller Four - "I Fought the Law" (December 1965 at PJ's, Los Angeles CA from Live at PJ's Plus! 1991) BOBBY FULLER BORN THIS DAY IN 1943
2. Paul Allen - "Cash For Your Trash' (1965 from V/A: Psychedelic States: Arkansas in the '60s Vol. 1 compilation 2006)
3. The Dantes - "Connection" (1967 from V/A: Psychedelic States: Ohio in the '60s Vol.3 compilation 2005)
4. The Motions - "We Fell in Love" (1965 bonus track from Introduction to the Motions/Their Own Way compilation 2001)

Set 04: NOTICE ANYTHING...similar?
1. Lyres - "Not Like the Other One" (On Fyre 1984)
2. The Motions -"For Another Man" (Introduction to the Motions 1965)

Set 05:
1. Stained Glass - "My Buddy Sin" (1966 bonus track from 2007 CD re-release of Crazy Horse Roads 1968)
2. String Driven Thing - "Jack Diamond" (In the Studio '72 1972)
3. Eagles - "Earlybird" (Eagles 1972)
4. Three Dog Night - "My Old Kentucky Home" (Seven Separate Fools 1972)
5. Meic Stevens - "Roedd Gennyf i Gariad (I Had a Love)" (1970 from Sackcloth & Ashes: The EPs, Volume 2 compilation 2007)
6. Propinquity - "Miles Before Sleeping" (Propinquity 1973)

Joan Baez & Donovan - "Colours" (1965 from V/A: Folk Music at Newport Part 1 compilation 1995)

Friday, October 19, 2007

October 19, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

R.I.P. Teresa Brewer (1931-2007)
01. Teresa Brewer - A Tear Fell (CD, 1956)

02. Perez Prado - Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White (CD, 1955)
03. Ernie Freeman - Raunchy (CD, 1957)
04. Duane Eddy - Ramrod (CD, 1958)
05. Link Wray - Rumble (CD, 1958)
06. Moe Koffman Quartet - Swingin' Shepherd Blues (CD, 1958)
07. Sandy Nelson - Teen Beat (CD, 1959)
08. Johnny & Hurricanes - Crossfire (CD, 1959)
09. Ventures - Perfidia (CD, 1960)
10. Martin Denny - Quiet Village (45, 1959)
11. Viscounts - Harlem Nocturne (CD, 1960)
12. Duals - Stick Shift (CD, 1961)
13. Frogmen - Underwater (CD, 1961)
14. Rondels - Back Beat No. 1 (45, 1961)
15. Royaltones - Flamingo Express (CD, 1961)
16. Mar-Keys - Last Night (CD, 1961)
17. Booker T. & MG's - Chinese Checkers (CD, 1963)
18. King Curtis - Soul Twist (CD, 1962)
19. Les Cooper & Soul Rockers - Wiggle Wobble (CD, 1963)
20. Rockin' Rebels - Wild Weekend (CD, 1963)
21. Dave Clark Five - Ol' Soul (LP, 1965)
22. Rolling Stones - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (LP, 1965)
23. Cream - Cat's Squirrel (CD, 1967)
24. Jeff Beck - Beck's Bolero (CD, 1968)
25. Small Faces - Ogden's Nut Gone Flake (CD, 1968)
26. Nick Drake - Bryter Later (CD, 1970)
27. Steve Miller Band - Song For Our Ancestors (LP, 1969)
28. Santana - Jingo (CD, 1969)
29. Janis Joplin (Full-Tilt Boogie Band) - Buried Alive in the Blues (CD, 1971)
30. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Gold and Silver (CD, 1968)
31. Elvin Bishop Band - Last Mile (LP, 1972)
32. Jefferson Airplane - Embryonic Journey (CD, 1967)
33. Mountain - To My Friend (CD, 1970)
34. Kaleidoscope - Banjo (LP, 1970)
35. Mike Sharpe - Spooky (LP, 1967)
36. Earl Van Dyke & Soul Brothers - All For You (CD, 1965)

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Here's the playlist for today, by Larry Miller

All Folked-Up: The Roots of Folk-Rock

Pete Seeger: “Turn, Turn, Turn”
The Weavers: “Guantanamera” (Reunion at Carnegie Hall 1963)
Fred Neil: “The Other Side to This Life”
Dave Van Ronk: “Cocaine Blues”
Tom Rush: “Joshua Gone Barbados”
Bob Dylan: “Baby Let Me Follow You Down” (1st album)

Kweskin Jug Band: “Chevrolet” (Goeff and Maria Muldaur)
Donovan: “Hey Gyp”
Animals: “Hey Gyp” (same song as Chevrolet, different title)
Holy Modal Rounders: “Euphoria”
Youngbloods: “Euphoria” (same song, same title)

Kingston Trio: “Where Have All the Flowers Gone”
The Journeymen: “4 Strong Winds” (John Phillips, Scott McKenzie, and the other guy..)
Ian and Sylvia: “You Were On My Mind”
Rooftop Singers: “Walk Right In”
Tim Rose: “Hey Joe” (The version that Jimi did later on...)
The Big 3: “Rider” (Tim Rose, Cass Elliot and Jim Hendricks)

Judy Collins: “Tom Thumb’s Blues”
Joan Baez: “Love Minus Zero/No Limit”
Sandy denny/ Fairport Convention: “Percy’s Song”
Peter, Paul and Mary: “Bob Dylan’s Dream”

Bob Dylan: “She Belongs to me” (alternate version, from No Direction Home)
Bert Jansch: “Black Water Side” (This is from where Jimmy page stole his guitar piece Black Mountain Side)
Tom Paxton: “The Last thing On My Mind”
Eric Anderson: “Violets of Dawn”

Jim and Jean: “Flower Lady”
Lovin’ Spoonful: “Jug Band Music”
The Blues Project: "Steve's Song"
Mamas and Papas: “Dancing Bear”
Donovan: “Guinevere”
Crosby, Stills and Nash: “Guinnevere”

Hope you all liked the show- see you in two weeks!

Friday, October 12, 2007

Lost & Found 10/10/07

Sorry for the delay !!

01. Watts 103rd St Band – 103rd St.Theme (CD)

02. Willie Hutch – Get Ready For The Git Down (Motown)

03. Rufus Thomas – Hot Grits (AVI) (Promo)

04. Kool & the Gang – Funky Granny (De-Lite)

Note: Internet stream starts during next song.

05. Denny Greene – Lonely Town, Lonely Street (Buddah) (Promo)

06. Comstock LTD. – I Was Made To Love Her (Bell) (Promo)

07. Prime Cut – Message To The Ghetto (Polydor) (Promo)

08. Laura Lee – I Need It Just As Bad As You (Invictus) (Promo)

09. Edwin Starr – Pain (Granite)

10. B’Ham Rhythm Section – Let The Music Play (Black Kat)

11. Stevie Wonder – Hey Love (Tamla)

12. Freddie Scott – You Got What I Need (Shout)

13. James Brown – Popcorn With Feeling (King)

14. Soul Searchers – It’s All In Your Mind (Sussex)

15. Crown Heights Affair – Super Rod Inst. (RCA) (Promo)

16. Ripple – Git Owf (GRC)

17. Eddie Carr & The Navajos – Evil, Evil, Evil Knievel (A&M)

18. Moon People – Hippy, Skippy, Moon Strut (Roulette)

19. Lesa’s Big Six – Making Tracks (PAM)

20. Archie Bell & The Drells – Tighten’ Up Pt. 2 (Atlantic)

22. Bill Coday – I Got A Thing (Galaxy)

23. Aretha Franklin – Soulville (Coloumbia)

24. Chubukos – Boogie The Devil In, Bump The Devil Out

(Mainstream) (Promo)

25. Bloodstone – Loving You Is Just A Pastime (London)

26. Jose Feliciano – Compartments (RCA) (Promo)

27. Louise Williams – Don’t Blame The Children (North Bay) (Promo)

28. Obi Jessie & The Seeds Of Freedom – Who’s The Blame (Stone Dogg)

29. Friends Of Distinction – Now Is The Time (RCA) (Promo)

30. Lee Dorsey – Occapella (Spring)

31. Joe Williams Jr. – Don’t Let Me Catcha Jody (Triode)

32. Bobby Byrd – Headquarters Inst. (International Brothers)

33. George Jackson – Willie Lump Lump (MGM)

34. Mystic Moods Inst. (Soundbird)

35. Kasandra – Don’t Pat Me On The Back…..(Capitol)

36. Smokestack – Wall Between Us (Dakar) (Pormo)

37. Soul Searchers – Funk To The Folks (Sussex)

38. Cheech & Chong – Just Say “Right On” (Epic/Ode)

39. Billy Stewart – How Nice It Is (Chess)

40. Gaturs – Cold Bear (CD)

See Ya Next Time !!

Brother Wayne

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - Eli Polonsky

Birthday tribute - John Lennon (b.10/9/40, d.12/8/80)
01. The Beatles - There's A Place
02. The Beatles - I'm Only Sleeping
03. The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows (early outtake)
04. John Lennon - Well Well Well
05. The Beatles - Yer Blues
06. John Lennon - Gimme Some Truth (by request)
07. John Lennon - Working Class Hero (FCC safe edit)
08. John Lennon - Isolation

The following portion of the show was a feature about the new documentary film, DVD and CD "American Landing - The Jimi Hendrix Experience Live At Monterey", which debutes this Friday, October 12 at The Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA. Music from the new soundtrack was interspersed between interview segments recorded the previous day with John McDermott, documentary Producer and Archivist for "Experience Hendrix", the Official Estate of Jimi Hendrix.

Interview segment w/John McDermott
09. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Killing Floor
10. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe
Interview segment
11. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Can You See Me
Interview segment
12. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Like A Rolling Stone
Interview wrap-up
13. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Rock Me Baby

Leon Redbone coming to the Somerville Theatre this weekend:
14. Leon Redbone - Diddy Wah Diddy
15. Leon Redbone - Shine On Harvest Moon

Phil Lesh & Friends playing tonight and tomorrow in Boston:
16. Grateful Dead - Unbroken Chain (Lesh/Petersen)
(Note: the synthesizer on the above track was played by MIT alumnus Ned Lagin, a former DJ here when the station was WTBS circa 1969/1970).

Larry Miller will be with you next Tuesday, and I'll be back in two weeks on October 23. Thanks again for listening!
Eli Polonsky

Monday, October 08, 2007

October 8, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Background music provided by Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath - S/T (1971)

Set 01:
1. Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath - "Union Special" (Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath 1971)
2. Second Hand - "A Fairy Tale" (Reality 1968)
3. Ian Matthews - "Tried So Hard" (Some Days You Eat the Bear and Some Days the Bear Eats You 1974)
4. Gene Clark - "Only Colombe" (1967 previously unissued mono version bonus track on 2007 CD re-release of Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers 1966)
5. Martin & Neil - "Linin' Track" (Tear Down the Walls 1964)
6. The Byrds - "Change is Now" (The Notorious Byrd Brothers 1968) REQUEST
7. Al Stewart - "Apple Cider Constitution" (Modern Times 1975)

Set 02:
1. Lighthouse - "1849" (Some Fine Morning 1970)
2. Rory Gallagher - "Out On the Western Plain" (Against the Grain 1975)
3. Wanda Jackson - "Tunnel of Love" (1961 from Queen of Rockabilly compilation 2000)
4. Timothy Dawe - "144 Boogies" (A Night at the Wine Cellar compilation 1978)
5. Warren Zevon - "Werewolves of London" (1974? early demo from Preludes: Rare and Unreleased Recordings 2007)

Set 03:
1. The Doors - "Light My Fire" (first show 4/10/70 Boston Arena from Live in Boston 1970 2007)
2. Jefferson Airplane - "Wooden Ships" (9/22/72 Winterland Arena from Last Flight 2007)
3. It's a Beautiful Day - "Bitter Wine" (Choice Quality Stuff 1971)

Set 04:
1. Dragon - "Universal Radio" (Universal Radio 1974)
2. Pavlov's Dog - "Late November" (Pampered Menial 1975)
3. Ekseption - "Dharma For One" (Ekseption 1969)
4. Semiramis - "Per Una Strada Affolata" (Dedicato a Frazz 1973)
5. Wallenstein - "Dedicated to Mystery land" (Mother Universe 1972)
6. Queen - "Seven Sea of Rhye" (Queen II 1974)

Outro: Aorta - "What's in My Mind's Eye" (Aorta 1968)

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Lost & Found with Brother Wayne, 10/3/07

Welcome to our newest DJ, at last filling the open slot on
Wednesdays - Brother Wayne. Today's show was all-45's, as
listed below. Be sure to check in every Wednesday to hear
Brother Wayne bring you his twist on the Lost & Found format!

1.(Instrumental) Watts 103rd St Band - 103rd St.Theme
2.Billy Stewart - Ol' Man River (Chess)
3.Esquires - No Doubt About It (Wand)
4.Little Carl Carlton - Drop By My Place (Back Beat)
5.Louis Curry - A Toast to You (M/S)
6.Otis Clay - A Lasting Love (One der ful)
7.Drifters - If You Don't Come Back (Atlantic)
8.Dee Clark - Heartbreak (Constellation)
9.Major Lance - Come See (Okeh)
10.Gene Chandler - If You Can't Be True (Constellation)
11.Billy Butler & the Chanters - My Sweet Woman (Okeh)
12.Howard Tate - Half A Man (Verve)
13.Manhattans - I Call It Love (Carnival)
14.Funk Instrumental # 1
15.Wes Henderson - Reality (Rare Earth)
16.Symphonic Metamorphosis - Reach Out (London)
17.Armageddon - Get Yourself Together Pt.1 (Capitol)
18.Phase IV - Plastic World (Tuff-Nuff)
19.Tommy Strand & the Upper Hand - Funky Way (Fame)
20.Edgar Winter's White Trash - Cool Fool (Epic)
21.Big Barney - The Whole Thang (Grandville)
22.O'Jays - Shattered Man (Trip)
23.Dixie Drifter - Let The Soul Roll On (Archives)
24.Funk Instrumental # 2
25.Lucille Brown & Billy Clark - Both Eyes Open (Dynamo)
26.Continental Showstoppers - Not Too Young (Seventy 7)
27.Chakachas - Stories (Avco)
28.Rick Lisi - Sooozy Boogaloo (Capitol)
29.Tierra - Together (20th Century)
30.David Bryant - My Dashiki (Imperial)
31.King Curtis - Cook Out (Atco)
32.Funk Instrumental # 3
33.Tony Gregory & Family Child - Gimmie Gimmie (Chess)
34.Joe Tex - Chicken Crazy (Dial)
35.Manhattans - I Can't Stand for You To Leave Me (Deluxe)
36.Erma Franklin - I'm Just Not Ready For Love (Shout)
37.Charles Whitehead- Between The Lines (Stone Dogg)
38.Mickey & His Mice - Cracker Jack (Marti)
39.Isley Brothers - Give The Women What They Want (T-Neck)
40.Spiritual Concept - Bull Doo Doo (Phila Int.)
41.Joe Frazier - Try It Again (Jobo)
42.Gaturs - Cold Bear (Ending Instrumental)

Playlist posted by your host and announcer, Larry Miller

Here's what I played on my show on Tuesday 10/2.

Sets with narratives of different sorts:

5 Songs With The Same Title: "On The Road Again"
The Loving Spoonful, Tom Rush, the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and Canned Heat.

The Dreaded "Rain Set"

Judy Collins: "I Think It's Going to Rain Today"
James Taylor: Rainy Day Man" (1st album, on Apple )
Traffic: "Coloured Rain"
Creedence Clearwater Revival: "Who'll Stop The Rain?"
The Searchers: "What Have They Done To The Rain?"
Rod Stewart: "An Old Raincoat Won't Let You Down"
Jimi Hendrix: "Still Raining..." (My edited version)
Eric Clapton: "Let It Rain"

Family Tree: Buffalo Springfield

Buffalo Springfield: "Special Care"
Crosby, Stills and Nash: "Helplessly Hoping"
Neil Young (w/ CSNY): "Helpless"
Stephen Stills: "We Are Not Helpless"
(Added bonuses: clever word-game set, with in-key segues.)

The original meaning of the word "Muggles"

Steppenwolf: "Don't Step On The Grass" (Sam)
Brewer and Shipley: "One Toke Over The Line"
Arlo Guthrie: "Comin' Into Los Angeles"
New Riders Of The Purple Sage: "Panama Red"
The Fraternity of Man: "Don't Bogart Me"
Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen: "Down To Seeds And Stems"
Jonathan Edwards: "Shanty"
John Prine: "Illegal Smile"
Dr. Hook And The Medicine Show: "I Got Stoned And I Missed It"

And now we've just got enough Time for...

The Rolling Stones: "Out of Time" (Original 5:37 long version from the UK release of Aftermath)
The Byrds: "The Times They Are A'changin'"
Jethro Tull: "A Time For Everything" (from Benefit)
The Band: "Time To Kill"
John Mayall's Bluebreakers: Double Crossing Time" (w/ Clapton)
Cream: "Sleepy Time Time" (from Fresh Cream)

Gee, it looks like we're all out of Time....

Breaks background music from Leo Kottke's first album on Takoma records.

Stay cool- see you in two weeks.

Monday, October 01, 2007

October 1, 2007 Playlist w/ Host Bob Dubrow

Today I was pleased to host a visit from Bill "Sonny" Corelle, bassist for Teddy and the Pandas, Beverly, MA-based band from 1964-1969. We spent the whole two hours playing music by and relating to the Pandas and chatting about the past...that place Once Upon a Time. Thank you, Bill!

1. Teddy and the Pandas - "Once Upon a Time" (1966 single)
2. Teddy and the Pandas - "Something About You" (1965 unreleased basement tape)
3. Teddy and the Pandas - "Once Upon a Time" (1965 early alternate version)
4. Teddy and the Pandas - "(Bye Bye) Out the Window" (1966 single)
5. Teddy and the Pandas -"We Can't Go On This Way" (1966 single)
6. Teddy and the Pandas - "Smokey Fire" (1966 single)
7. The Pandoras - "Games" (1967 single)
8. Teddy and the Pandas - "Sunny Side Up" (1966 single)
9. The Remains - "Why Do I Cry" (The Remains 1965)
10. The Rockin' Ramrods - "Bright Lit Blue Skies" (1966 single)
11. The Barbarians - "Are You a Girl or Are You a Girl" (1965 single)
12. Teddy and the Pandas - "I Want to Be Loved (Tonight For Always)" (1965 unreleased basement tape)
13. Teddy and the Pandas - "Shine a Little Light" (Basic Magnetism 1968)
14. Teddy and the Pandas - "Running From Love" (Basic Magnetism 1968)
15. Teddy and the Pandas - "Raspberry Salesman" (Basic Magnetism 1968)
16. Teddy and the Pandas - "Willie Dum Dum" (1966 unreleased acetate)
17. Doctor Feelgood - "Hey Gyp" (Something to Take Up Time 1971)
18. Doctor Feelgood - "Junk" (Something to Take Up Time 1971)