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Sunday, October 30, 2011

All Time is Now • Episode #016 - Hour One


I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Hour One of Episode #016,
Oct 30th 2011
the last week of October...
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AUDIO SOON

1. GET LOST by Tom Waits
THIS WEEK in 1972: Paul McCartney releases his third solo single. This is the second of his singles to be banned by the BBC. This time for "unsuitable lyrics". You could only hear the B-Side "C Moon" on the radio, but everyone was buying the 45 for this raunchy Rock 'n Roll number.
2. 96 TEARS by Question Mark & The Mysterians
THIS WEEK in 1978: Ian Dury & The Blockheads release this classic New Wave hit which became #1 in the UK in Jan of 1979 [knocking off "YMCA"]. Chosen as Village Voice's Best Song of 1979.
3. THAT'LL BE THE DAY by The Crickets
THIS WEEK in 1978: Ian DBilly's cover of the old STAX records track, "I Forgot To Be A Lover" from Billy's 1986 Long Player, Whiplash Smile.
4. MIND GAMES by John Lennon
THIS WEEK in 1978: Ian DThe Originator, The Architect of Rock 'N Roll!! His classic hit from 1957.
5. JUNIOR'S FARM by Paul McCartney & Wings
Ramones highest charting US single in their career, hitting #66 on the Billboard Hot 100. Written by Dee Dee Ramone. 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Lee Dorsey on Dec 4th (1926)
6. BURNING OF THE MIDNIGHT LAMP by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
THIS WEEK in 1965: The Beatles release their sixth Long Player, the classic Rubber Soul.
• SONIC HISTORY LESSON: Radio DJ Jim Ladd fired
THIS WEEK in 1978: Ian DClassic routine from Woody's early 60's stand up days. From the compilation, Standup Comic which collected his best routines from 1964 to 1968.
7. THE LAST DJ by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
THIS WEEK in 1978: Ian DClassic routine from Woody's early 60's stand up days. From the compilation, Standup Comic which collected his best routines from 1964 to 1968.
8. LOVE MY WAY by The Psychedelic Furs
THIS WEEK in 1966: The Who's first US top 40 hit.
9. GOODNIGHT MOON by Shivaree
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Police release the single "De Do Do Do De Da Da Da" simultaneously in English, Japanese and Spanish.
10. MAYBE TONIGHT by Nicole Atkins
THIS WEEK in 2001: From the Long Player, Nankuru Naisa. (Okinawan for "Take It Easy")
11. MAN OF THE WORLD by Fleetwood Mac
THIS WEEK in 2001: From The classic Soul chesnut from the 1961 Long Player, Ya! Ya!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Peter Green on Dec 4th (1926)
12. JOLENE by Dolly Parton
THIS WEEK in 1969/1970: The Sixties are officially and symbolicly over on Dec 6th 1969 at Altamont Speedway in Northern California. The rockumentary, GIMME SHELTER was released one year later (to the day) on Dec 6th 1970.
13. WHEN I THINK ABOUT CHEATIN' by Gretchen Wilson
THIS WEEK in 1969/1970: The Sixties are officially and symbolicly 
14. AND WHEN I DIE by Blood, Sweat & Tears
THIS WEEK in 1969/1970: The Sixties are officially and symbolicly over on.
15. PARADISE by Coldplay
THIS WEEK in 1969/1970: The Sixties are officially and symbolicly over on Dec 6th 1969 at Altamont Speedway in Northern California. The rockumentary, GIMME SHELTER was released one year later (to the day) on Dec 6th 1970.




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