Show 97


Date: October 14, 2018

Featuring songs by Joe Tex, Chicago, The Great Society, Paul McCartney, The United States of America, Jean-Luc Ponty, Dan Fogelberg, Bob James, The Velvet Underground, The Peanut Butter Conspiracy

Playlist:
Joe Tex, “I Got Ya,” Soul Train: Hits That Made It Happen, 1973

Chicago, “Now That You’ve Gone,” Chicago V, 1972

The Great Society with Grace Slick, “Somebody to Love”, The Columbia Sound: A Collection of 16 Original Big Hits, 1968

Paul McCartney, “I Don’t Know” and “Who Cares”, Egypt Station, 2018

The United States of America, “Garden of Earthly Delight”, The Columbia Sound: A Collection of 16 Original Big Hits, 1968

Jean-Luc Ponty, “Tarantula”, Imaginary Voyage, 1976

Dan Fogelberg, “Along the Road,” Phoenix, 1979

Bob James, “The Walkman,” H, 1980

The Velvet Underground, “What Goes On”, The Velvet Underground, 1969

The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, “Turn on a Friend (To a Good Life)”, The Columbia Sound: A Collection of 16 Original Big Hits, 1968

Show 96


Date: September 22, 2018

Playlist:

Sarah Vaughan, “Smooth Operator”, Sarah Vaughan’s Golden Hits, 1961

Joe Jackson, “What’s the Use of Getting Sober (When You Gonna Get Drunk Again,” Joe Jackson’s Jumpin’ Jive, 1984

The Righteous Brothers, “Just Once in My Life,” The Righteous Brothers Greatest Hits, 1967

The Association, “Barefoot Gentleman,” Birthday, 1968

Bonnie Raitt, “Let’s Keep It Between Us,” Green Light 1982

Doobie Brothers, “Jesus is Just Alright,” Best of the Doobies, 1976

Bruce Springsteen, “Born to Run, (live acoustic)” Chimes of Freedom, 1988

Chi-Lites, “Power to the People”, 22 Explosive Hits, Vol. 2 (K-Tel), 1972

Steve Walsh, “Wait Until Tomorrow”, Schemer Dreamer, 1979

Kansas, “Back Door”, Audio-Visions, 1980

Dinah Washington, “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool, I Wanna Be Loved, 1962

Show 95


Featuring songs by Elvis Presley, Link Wray, Tommy Roe, Lobo, Olivia Newton John, Fortunes, April Wine, Herb Alpert

Date: September 2, 2018

Playlist:
Elvis Presley, “Too Much Monkey Business” and “Tiger Man”, Elvis sings Flaming Star, 1969

Link Wray, “Juke Box Mama” and “Fallin’ Rain”, Link Wray, 1971

Tommy Roe, “Caveman” and “Foreman”, Whirling with Tommy Roe and Al Tornello, 1961

Lobo, “A Simple Man”, 22 Explosive Hits, Volume 2, K-Tel, 1972

Olivia Newton John, “If Not for You”, 22 Explosive Hits, Volume 2, K-Tel, 1972

Fortunes, “Rainy Day Feeling”, 22 Explosive Hits, Volume 2, K-Tel, 1972

April Wine, “You Could Have Been a Lady”, 22 Explosive Hits, Volume 2, K-Tel, 1972

Herb Alpert, “Kamali”, Beyond, 1980

Show 94


Date: August 17, 2018

Aretha Franklin, “Good to Me as I am to You,” Lady Soul, 1968

Ella Fitzgerald ‎– “The Lady is a Tramp,” Mack The Knife – Ella In Berlin, 1960

Clifford Brown and Max Roach, “George’s Dilemma,” Study in Brown, 1955

The Sunshine Company, “Rain,” Happy Is, 1967

The Sunshine Company, “Sunday Brought the Rain,” The Sunshine Company, 1968

Lou Reed, “White Light / White Heat,” Rock N Roll Animal, 1974

The Cars, “Bye Bye Love,” The Cars, 1978

Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd, “Samba Dees Days,” Jazz Samba, 1962

The Byrds, “The Bells of Rhymney,” Mr. Tambourine Man, 1965

Andrés Segovia – “Sarabanda by Rodrigo,” Bach: Chaconne, 1955

Show 93


Date: August 11, 2018

A.B. Skhy “Camel Back,” Core of Rock, Volume 2, 1970

Ultimate Spinach – “Ego Trip,” Ultimate Spinach, 1968

Mike Bloomfield & Al Kooper – “Stop,” Super Session: Mike Bloomfield – Al Kooper – Steve Stills, 1968

I.M. Flowers (intro) / Shangri-Las – “Leader of the Pack,” Incense and Oldies, 1968

I.M. Flowers (intro) / Sopwith Camel – “Hello Hello,” Incense and Oldies, 1968

Jean Shepherd – “The Great American Dream,” will failure spoil Jean Shepherd?, 1960

Eydie Gormé – “Fire and Rain,” It Was a Good Time, 1971

Eydie Gormé – “A House is Not a Home,” It Was a Good Time, 1971

Blues Magoos – “Love Seems Doomed,” Psychedelic Lollipop, 1966

The Sunshine Company – “I Need You,” Happy is, 1967

Baker Knight & The Knightmares – “Hallucinations,” Hallucinations: Psychedelic Pop Nuggets from the WEA Vaults, 2016

Show 92


Date: August 5, 2018

Kansas – “Journey From Mariabronn,” *Kansas,” 1974

The Kenny Burrell Trio – “Well, You Needn’t,” A Night at the Vanguard, 1962

Bud Powell Trio – “Coscrane,” Strictly Powell, 1957

Steely Dan – “Home at Last,” Aja, 1977

Bobbie Gentry – “Eleanor Rigby,” Great Songs of the Beatles, 1972

Elvis Presley – “Flaming Star,” Elvis Sings “Flaming Star”, 1969

Chicago – “State of the Union,” Chicago V, 1972

Kansas – “Death of Mother Nature Suite,” *Kansas,” 1974

Show 91


Date: August 2, 2018

Neil Diamond – “Shiloh,” Velvet Gloves & Spit, 1968

Dusty Springfield – “Wishin’ and Hopin’,” The Sensational 60’s, 1970

The Mothers – “Lonesome Electric Turkey, Peaches En Regalia, Tears Began to Fall,” Mothers – Filmore East, June 1971

13th Floor Elevators – “(I’ve Got) Levitation,” Easter Everywhere, 1967

Bud Powell – “Over the Rainbow,” Strictly Powell, 1957

Patrick Simmons – “So Wrong,” Hot Tracks (K-Tel), 1983

Foo Fighters – “New Way Home,” The Colour and the Shape, 1997

Quasi – “Smile,” Field Studies, 1999

The Vines – “Mary Jane,” Highly Evolved, 2002