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Sunday, October 1, 2017

All Time is Now • #64 - The last week of September

My playlist from Episode #064 – Hour One
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BABLE — Mumford & Sons
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Ryan Adams
3 PEARS — Dwight Yoakam
DON'T WORRY BABY — Los Lobos
WANG DANG DOODLE [Muddy Waters] — Koko Taylor
GOOD ROCKIN' TONIGHT — Wynonie Harris
TROUBLEMAKER — Green Day
YOU'VE GOT MY NUMBER (WHY DON'T YOU USE IT) — The Undertones
IT'S ALRIGHT FOR YOU — The Police
IN BLOOM — Nirvana
NEVER LET ME DOWN — David Bowie
#9 DREAM — John Lennon
DAWNED ON ME — Wilco
NEW YORK GROOVE — Ace Frehley
HOT LOVE — T.Rex

My playlist from Episode #064 – Side B

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ROCK 'N' ROLL LOVE AFFAIR — Prince
SOUL FLOWER (Remix) — The Pharcyde
CHECK THE RHIME — A Tribe Called Quest
PROTECTION (Single edit) — Massive Attack feat. Tracey Thorn
THE BED'S TOO BIG WITHOUT YOU [The Police cover] — Sheila Hyton
PATO AND ROGER A GO TALK — The English Beat/The Beat
DREADLOCK HOLIDAY — 10cc
EYES OF A STRANGER (Single edit) — The Payola$
OUR LIPS ARE SEALED — Fun Boy Three
THE SONIC HISTORY LESSON: Record BANNED for what reason?!?
FOUR WOMAN — Nina Simone
BECAUSE/COME TOGETHER [The Beatles cover] — George Benson
SHE'S LEAVING HOME [The Beatles cover] — Bryan Ferry
DELTA LADY — Joe Cocker
THEME FROM "THE JETSONS"
EEP OPP ORK AH-AH (MEANS I LOVE YOU) [Jet Screamer cover] — Violent Femmes

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She heard the word, that crazy word,
That word you heard, "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah" means, "I Love You."
Hop on baby, I'll put you in orbit.

’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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Sunday, September 17, 2017

All Time is Now • #118 Second week of September

My playlist from the second week of September
Episode #118 – Hour One
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TOP OF THE POPS — The Smithereens
THE WAIT — Pretenders
DIRTY LOVE — Frank Zappa & The Mothers (feat. Tina Turner & The Ikettes)
HANGOVER — Max Webster
CAST A SHADOW — Coves
THIS IS WHERE YOU CAN REACH ME NOW – U2
WORKING IN A COAL MINE (Lee Dorsey cover) — DEVO
PEEK-A-BOO — Siouxsie & The Banshees
METAL — Gary Numan
TOO MANY PEOPLE — Paul McCartney
OH YOKO — John Lennon
TOMORROW TAKES A LONG TIME — Fearing & White
SCARY MONSTERS (AND SUPER CREEPS) [unplugged-'97] — David Bowie
YOU ASKED, I CAME (from "Backbeat") — Don Was
WILD IN THE STREETS — Garland Jeffreys

This is the site,
This is the reason,
This is the time,
This is the number
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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Sunday, August 20, 2017

All Time is Now • #006 The third week of August - Hour One


The BEST of ALL TIME is NOW 
My playlist from part one of Episode #006,
Aug 19th 2011
the third week of August...
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1. DON'T OWE YOU A THANG by Gary Clark Jr.
THIS WEEK in 2011: Austin Texas guitar slinger Gary Clark Jr.'s brand new The Bright Light EP.
2. MOTHERLESS CHILDREN by Eric Clapton
THIS WEEK in 1974: #1 in the US and Canada. Eric's second Long Player, 461 Ocean Boulevard, named after the house he lived in while recording in Florida.
3. SOUTH BOUND SAUREZ by Led Zeppelin
THIS WEEK in 1979: Led Zeppelin's final Long Player, In Through The Out Door. Packaged in a brown paper bag, there were actually six different covers.
HAPPY 63rd BIRTHDAY to Robert Plant on Aug 20th
4. HEY BABY by Ted Nugent
THIS WEEK in 1975: Ted's debut 45 from his first self titled debut Long Player. Lead vocal by rhythm guitarist, Derek St. Holmes.
5. I LIKE A GUY WHAT TAKES HIS TIME by Mae West
From the 1933 pre-code motion picture, "She Done Him Wrong". Mae co-stars with Cary Grant as a Bowery ballroom saloon singer and sings two songs on screen. 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Miss Mae West on Aug 17th (1893)
6. SIXTY MINUTE MAN by The Dominoes
THIS WEEK in 1951: The #1 R&B, race record/jukebox hit for 14 weeks! And banned in England by the BBC. The Sound of the Summer from 1951.
7. MYSTERY TRAIN by Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill
THIS WEEK in 1955: The SUN Records B-Side to "I Forgot To Remember To Forget", which when re-released by RCA became Elvis' first #1 Country hit in 1956.
8. WONDERIN' by Neil & The Shocking Pinks
THIS WEEK in 1983: The first single from Neil Young's controversial Rockabilly Long Player, Everybody's Rockin'.
9. HANG ON ST. CHRISTOPHER by Tom Waits
THIS WEEK in 1987: The music from the Tom Waits play, Frank's WIld Years. Or as he would say, "Un Operachi Romantico in Two Acts."
10. HONG KONG GARDEN by Siouxsie and the Banshees
THIS WEEK in 1978: The debut 45 from Siouxsie and the Banshees. Named after a chines restaurant in London.
HAPPY 54th BIRTHDAY to Budgie on Aug 21st
11. MAKING PLANS FOR NIGEL by XTC
THIS WEEK in 1979: The New Wave classic Long Player, Drums and Wires.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Colin Moulding on Aug 17th
12. I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW by Johnny Nash
The World-Wide #1 smash hit from Johnny Nash from the Long Player, I Can See Clearly Now.
HAPPY 71st BIRTHDAY to Johnny Nash on Aug 19th
13. RED RED WINE by Tony Tribe
THIS WEEK in 1980/1969: UB40 release their #1 hit version of the Neil Diamond hit. This version by Tony Tribe in 1969 is what they thought was the original version.
14. CRAZY by Patsy Cline
THIS WEEK in 1961: The classic smash written by Willie Nelson, from Patsy's second Long Player, Showcase. After recovering from a serious head-on automobile accident, Patsy headed back into the studio while still on crutches.
15. DELIA'S GONE by Johnny Cash
THIS WEEK in 1960: From Johnny's Long Player, The Sound of Johnny Cash. The original version of the track that later appeared on Johnny's 1994 American Recordings.

16. JOHNNY APPLESEED by Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
From their 2001 Long Player, Global a Go-Go. 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Joe Strummer on Aug 21st (1952)



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Sunday, August 6, 2017

All Time is Now • The first week of August

The BEST of All Time is Now with DJ Shark
 – The first week of August –
My playlist from Episode #108 – Hour One

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WUNDERBAR — Tenpole Tudor
TOP DOWN — Teenage Head

MELT WITH YOU [Modern English cover] — Bob Forrest

SEVEN — David Bowie

FALL ON ME — R.E.M.

CHEST FEVER — The Band
BERTHA [Grateful Dead cover] — Los Lobos

WE GO 'ROUND IN CIRCLES — Randy Weeks
THE WORST — Lisa Loeb feat. Tegan

BURNING BRIDGES [Spirit Of The West/Linda McRea cover] — Skydiggers

TIMELESS MELODY— The La's
LIFE IS HARD — Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
SHINE A LIGHT — Beady Eye

WE USED TO WAIT — Arcade Fire

(THE ANGELS WANNA WEAR MY) RED SHOES — Elvis Costello

My playlist from Episode #108 – Side B

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SO ALIVE — Love & Rockets
NO MYTH — Michael Penn
PERFECT (Single version) — The The
IT WON'T BE LONG [The Beatles cover] — The James Hunter Six
SEXY WAYS — Hank Ballard & The Midnighters
PHANTOM 309 [Red Sovine cover] — Tom Waits
BANKROBBER — The Clash
I LEFT MY WALLET IN EL SEGUED (Vampire mix) — A Tribe Called Quest
GIVE IT UP (Single version) — Public Enemy
HEY LADIES — Beastie Boys
SECRET AGENT MAN [Johnny Rivers cover] — DEVO
PAPER — Talking Heads
HOUNDS OF LOVE — Kate Bush

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Oh, what a perfect day,
To think about my silly world.
My feet are firmly screwed to the floor.
What is there to fear from such a regular world?

’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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