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Friday, August 26, 2011

All Time is Now • Episode #007 - Hour One


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My playlist from part one of Episode #007,
August 26th 2011
the fifth week of August...
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1. ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGH SCHOOL by Ramones
THIS WEEK in 1979: The classic Rock 'n' Roll movie turning the 60's B-Movies on its head with a PUNK update. The original script was called DISCO HIGH!?! This is the soundtrack version produced by Ed Stasium prior to the band recording with Phil Spector.
2. COME BACK JONEE by DEVO
THIS WEEK in 1978: Produced by Brian Eno from their debut Long Player, Are We Not Men?. Also appeared in the soundtrack to, "Rock 'N' Roll High School".
3. JANE SAYS by Jane's Addiction
THIS WEEK in 1988: One of the best tracks of the 80s, from Jane's Addiction's Long Player, Nothing's Shocking.
4. THE GHOST IN YOU by The Psychedelic Furs
THIS WEEK in 1984: From their forth Long Player, Mirror Moves.
5. HONKY TONK (Part 1) by Bill Doggett
THIS WEEK in 1956: The biggest R&B hit of 1956! #2 on the Hot 100 for three weeks and #1 R&B for thirteen weeks! The Sound of the Summer from 1956.
6. CHOO CHOO CH'BOOGIE by Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
THIS WEEK in 1946: The Sound of the Summer from 1946. Tells the story of a service man coming home from the war and trying to find work. The Jump Blues / Jukebox Race Record classic was #1 for eighteen weeks! 
7. PROLOGUE/CRUNCHY GRANOLA SUITE by Neil Diamond
THIS WEEK in 1972: Ten SOLD OUT nights at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and one of the best live Long Player's ever, Hot August Night. #1 in Australia for 29 weeks (that's seven months)!
8. SUSIE-Q by Dale Hawkins
THIS WEEK in 1966: Swamp Rock Boogie from the pioneer American Rockabilly singer. The original version best known by the CCR cover.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Dale Hawkins on Aug 22nd (1936)
9. BOOM BOOM by John Lee Hooker
The legendary Blues track, "Boom Boom" from Mr. Hooker's 1962 Long Player, Burnin'.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to John Lee Hooker on Aug 22nd (1917)
10. CADILLAC WALK by Mink DeVille
The original house band from CBGB's in New York City. From their debut Long Player, Cabretta (Mink DeVille in US).
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Willie DeVille on Aug 25th (1950)
11. I'M BAD, I'M NATIONWIDE by ZZ TOP
THIS WEEK in 1979: Their sixth Long Player, Deg├╝ello.
• SONIC HISTORY LESSON: The story behind Dear Prudence
India with The Maharishi, four Beatles, four blonde Beatle girlfriends, three Beach Boys, Donovan, Mia Farrow, and her sister Prudence.
12. DEAR PRUDENCE (RockBand mix) by The Beatles
THIS WEEK in 1968: The Beatles record "Dear Prudence", which John had written in India. From their double-disc Long Player, The Beatles (AKA The White Album).
13. OPERATOR (THAT'S NOT THE WAY IT FEELS) by Jim Croce
THIS WEEK in 1972: Great story telling from Philadelphia born Jim Croce. The second single from the Long Player, You Don't Mess Around With Jim.
14. THREE IS A MAGIC NUMBER by Jeff Tweedy
The Jeff's Live acoustic take of the SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK! classic. Recorded at the Old Town School in Chicago in front of an audience of children.
HAPPY 44th BIRTHDAY to Jeff on Aug 25th (1967)




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All Time is Now • Episode #007 - Hour Two



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My playlist from Side Two of Episode #007,
August 26th 2011
the fifth week of Sept...
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1. I WANNA BE YOUR LOVER by Prince
THIS WEEK in 1979: Prince releases this classic 45 from his 2nd Long Player, Prince. #1 US R&B for two weeks.
2. SPANISH HARLEM by Aretha Franklin
THIS WEEK in 1971: The Ben E. King classic (written by Jerry Leiber and Phil Spector) covered by the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. A stand alone single it first appeared on her Long Player, Aretha's Greatest Hits. Guest musician Dr. John on keyboards.
3. WHITE HEAVEN/BLACK HELL by Public Enemy
THIS WEEK in 1994: Telling it like it is Public Enemy from their '94 Long Player, Muse-Sick-n-Hour-Mess-Age.
4. RACE AGAINST TIME by Public Enemy
THIS WEEK in 1994: Never released as a single but powerful in its observation of Culture in the 1990's from Public Enemy's Long Player, Muse-Sick-n-Hour-Mess-Age.
5. WHAT GOOD AM I WITHOUT YOU by Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston
THIS WEEK in 1964: The first 45 from the Gaye/Weston duets. Would later appear on their full length Long Player, Take 2 in 1966.
6. THE PRINCE by Madness
THIS WEEK in 1979: The debut 45 from the British Ska legends. Their tribute to Jamaican Ska pioneer Prince Buster.
7. THREE LITTLE BIRDS/THREE LITTLE DUBS by Bob Marley & The Wailers
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Reggae Legend at his peak. This is the single version mixed in with the dub version. Original version on the Long Player, Exodus.
• SONIC HISTORY LESSON: Radio from 1930 to 2011
THIS WEEK in...: The changes in technology often affected or created the opportunities and changes in each new era of radio through out the years. We are in the midst of a revolutionary change with smart phones and world-wide internet broadcasts like ALL TIME is NOW and INDIE1031.
8. SPIRITUAL HIGH (STATE OF INDEPENDANCE) by Moodswings feat. Chrissie Hynde
THIS WEEK in 1966: The Martin Luther King Jr. speech that has inspired a generation.
9. SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE (DROWNED WORLD) by Madonna
THIS WEEK in 1998: The third single from Madonna's Long Player, Ray of Light. Produced by William Orbit. Plus...
10. WHY I FOLLOW TIGERS by The San Sebastian Strings
Where the inspiration AND the sample came from; "Why I Follow Tigers", written by Rod McKuen and Anita Kerr from the Long Player, For Lovers.
11. ALL OF MY HEART by ABC
THIS WEEK in 1982: Classic 80's Pop. The third single from the debut Long Player, The Lexicon of Love.
12. KARMA POLICE by Radiohead
THIS WEEK in 1997: The Radiohead existential classic. From their Long Player, OK Computer. And one of the greatest videos of the 90's...


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