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Friday, July 22, 2011

All Time is Now • Episode #002 - Hour Two



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My playlist from part two of Episode #002, 
July 22nd 2011
the fourth week of July...
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1. TRENCHTOWN ROCK (Live) by Bob Marley & The Wailers
THIS WEEK in 1971: Bob Marley & The Wailers headlined two nights at the London Lyceum that were recorded for their Long Player, LIVE!. It was at this gig that the classic Live version of, "No Woman, No Cry" was recorded.
2. WONDERING WHERE THE LIONS ARE by Bruce Cockburn
THIS WEEK in 1979: The Sound of the Canadian Summer in 1979. Bruce Cockburn's biggest Top 40 hit from the Long Player, Dancing In The Dragon's Jaw.
3. THE BED'S TOO BIG WITHOUT YOU by Sheila Hylton
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Police classic covered by Sheila Hylton with Sly & Robbie. From the Long Player compilation, Sly and Robbie Present TAXI.
4. OYE COMO VA by Santana
Santana covers the Tito Puente classic from their Long Player, Abraxas.
HAPPY 64th BIRTHDAY to Carlos Santana on July 20th
5. SEE-LINE WOMAN by Nina Simone
THIS WEEK in 1964: The original version from Nina's Long Player, Broadway • Blues • Ballads.
6. LEARN TO CHEAT by Old Californio
THIS WEEK in 2011: One of the best Americana bands to come out of Southern California. The lead track from their brand new Long Player, Sundrunk Angels.
7. LOST PARAGUAYOS by Rod Stewart
THIS WEEK in 1972: From Rod's fourth solo Long Player, Never A Dull Moment. #1 in the UK (#2 in the US).
8. THE ADVENTURES OF RAIN DANCE MAGGIE by Red Hot Chili Peppers
THIS WEEK in 2011: The brand new single from the RHCP's upcoming new Long Player, I'm With You due in August.
9. LITHIUM by Nirvana
THIS WEEK in 1992: The third single from the classic Long Player, Nevermind.
10. TESTIFY by The Parliaments
THIS WEEK in 1969: The debut record from The Parliaments who would later become Parliament, who would then later become Parliament / Funkadelic. It reached #3 on the R&B charts.
HAPPY 70th BIRTHDAY to George Clinton on July 20th
11. I PUT A SPELL ON YOU by Screamin' Jay Hawkins
THIS WEEK in 1956: Banned by many radio stations and many record stores refused to stock it.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Screamin' Jay on July 18th (1929)
12. COMFORTABLY NUMB (Live) by Van Morrison
THIS WEEK in 1990: The concert presentation of Pink Floyd's The Wall by Roger Waters at the Berlin Wall. 350,000 people attending, Fifty-two countries the two hour event live on TV. Van & Roger are backed by The Band and The Redfunk Orchestra & Choir.





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I love you anyhow
I'm your right now
I put a spell on you
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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