Show 88

Date: June 14, 2018

Doc Severinsen And His Orchestra – “Night In Tunisia,” Tempestuous Trumpet, 1961

America – “Ventura Highway,” Homecoming, 1972

Joe Cocker – “Bird On The Wire,” Joe Cocker!, 1969

Madeleine Peyroux – “La Vie En Rose,” Dreamland, 1996

Madeleine Peyroux – “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” Careless Love, 2004

Marah – “Christian St.,” Kids in Philly, 2000

The Glass Family – “House of Glass,” Transparent Days: West Coast Nuggets, 2017

Jennifer Warnes – “All My Love’s Laughter,” Jennifer, 1972

Ahmad Jamal – “Misty,” Heat Wave, 1966

Dinah Washington – “Sometimes I’m Happy,” In The Land Of Hi-Fi, 1958


Show 87

Show 87 playlist
Rumer – “Welcome Back,” Boys Don’t Cry, 2012

José Feliciano – “Sunny,” Feliciano! 1968

The Beatles – “Fixing A Hole,” Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967

“Isn’t it a Pity,” George Harrison, All Things Must Pass, 1970

“Beware of Darkness,” George Harrison, All Things Must Pass, 1970

Cowboy Junkies – “Blue Moon Revisited (Song For Elvis),” The Trinity Session, 1988

Queen – “Ogre Battle,” Queen II, 1974

Indigo Girls – “Touch Me Fall,” Swamp Ophelia, 1994

The Who – “Bargain,” Who’s Next, 1971

Frank Sinatra – “River, Stay ‘Way From My Door,” All the Way, 1962

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“Manifesto”, Roxy Music, Manifesto, 1979

“Get Rid of Monday,” Lena Horne, Lena at the Sands, 1961

“Lay Down Your Weary Tune”, The Byrds, *Turn! Turn! Turn!, 1965

“Don’t Let a Thief Steal Into Your Heart,” Richard and Linda Thompson, First Light, 1978

“Cry Me a River,” Julie London, Julie is Her Name, 1955
Julie is Her Name

“Mexican Divorce,” Ry Cooder, Paradise and Lunch, 1974

“You Don’t Know What Love Is,” Sonny Rollins, Saxophone Colossus, 1956

“Separate Ways (Worlds Apart),” Journey, Frontiers, 1983

“Poem for the People,” Chicago, Chicago II, 1969

Show 85


“Bad Boy” – The Beatles, from Beatles VI – Capitol
“Yes, It Is” – The Beatles, from Beatles VI – Capitol
“Maybe You’ll Be There” – Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra, from The Unforgettable Hits of the ’40s and ’50s – Decca
“Black Magic Woman” – Percy Faith, from Black Magic Woman – Columbia
“Velvet Green” – Jethro Tull, from Songs from the Wood – Chrysalis
“Everybody Lies” – Leo Kottke, from Burnt Lips (1978) – Chrysalis
“Little White Lies” – Dick Haymes, from The Unforgettable Hits of the ’40s and ’50s – Decca
“Degeneration Gap” – Tandyn Almer, from Transparent Days: West Coast Nuggets – Rhino
“Almost Cut My Hair” – Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, from Déjà vu – Atlantic
“Circles Erratica” – Colin Hay, from Looking for Jack (1987) – Columbia
“Hide in Your Shell” – Supertramp, from Crime of the Century (1974) – A&M



Show 84



“Falling of the Rain” – Billy Joel, from Cold Spring Harbor (1971)
“All This and More” – Procol Harum, from A Salty Dog (1969)
“Saraband from Violin Sonata in B Minor” and “Love Theme from ‘Pictures of the Sea'” – Al Di Meola, Land of the Midnight Sun (1976)
“When I Fall” – Sam Phillips, Martinis and Bikinis (1994)
“Lapis Lazuli” – Thom Williams, Lady Mac (2002)
“One White Duck / 0(10) = Nothing at All”, Minstrel in the Gallery (1975)
“Midnight Special” – Harry Belafonte, The Midnight Special (1962)
“I Do Adore Her” – Harry Belatonte, Calypso (1956)
“She’s My Baby” (Autumn Single Version, 1966) – The Mojo Men, Transparent Days: West Coast Nuggets (2017)
“Going Home” – Butch Engle & The Styx (1966), Transparent Days: West Coast Nuggets (2017)

Show 83

“Inside on the Southside” – Bud Freeman and His All Stars
“Short John” – Dinah Washington
“Put on a Happy Face” – Enoch Light and His Orchestra
“Istanbul” – Enoch Light and His Orchestra
“Paranoid” – Quincy Jones
“Sun Runner” – Bob James
“The Love Game” – Terry Jacks
“Back Atcha” – Smokey Robinson
“Six Days on the Road” – Dave Dudley
“Act Naturally” – Buck Owens
“Banquet” – Joni Mitchell



Show 82: Freebie Finds!

All songs featured on this episode were found in the freebie bins of a local record store.

SHOW 82 PLAYLIST Freebie Finds

“You Came Up” – Big Pun
“Bad” – Michael Jackson
“Kokomo” – The Righteous Brothers
“The Man I Love” – Jackie Gleason
“Stranger Called the Blues” – June Christy
“April Come She Will and “The Folks” – The Graduate Soundtrack
“Hey Jude” – Jose Feliciano
“Vissi D’Arte – from Tosca” Leontyne Price
“Dream Baby” – Roy Orbison
“Hippy” – Horace Silver
“No Smokin” – Horace Silver