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ALL TIME is NOW • Episode #017 - Hour Two


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My playlist from Side Two of Episode #017,
Nov 6th 2011
the first week of November...
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1. POP MUZIK by M
THIS WEEK in 1979: The #1 hit in US and Canada. From the Long Player, New York • London • Paris • Munich.
2. OPEN YOUR HEART by Human League
THIS WEEK in 1981: From the world-wide smash Long Player, Dare!.
3. IN THE MORNING by Jack Johnson
THIS WEEK in 2011: Brand new single from Jack Johnson. From the upcoming compilation, This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday vol. 2.
4. EVERYTHING I OWN (45 mix) by Ken Boothe
THIS WEEK in 1974: The #1 hit in the UK would again become #1 in 1987 when covered by Boy George (his debut solo single).
5. FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY by Al Green & Lyle Lovett
The Willie Nelson classic covered by Al Green and Lyle Lovett. From the compilation, Rhythm, Country & Blues.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Lyle on Nov 1st
6. STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER by Peter Gabriel
THIS WEEK in 1976: Peter Gabriel's debut solo single. Featured in the bizarre Motion Picture compilation,  All This and World War II.
7. TO SIR WITH LOVE by Lulu

THIS WEEK in 1967: From the motion picture, "To Sir With Love". The number one record of the year in 1967. Never released as a single in the U.K.?!?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Lulu on Nov 3rd


8. GOLDFINGER by Shirley Bassey
THIS WEEK in 1964: The classic theme tune to the James Bond motion picture, "Goldfinger". Top 10 in US, #1 in Japan.
9. THEME FROM THE PERSUADERS! by John Barry
The Theme from the 1971 Television show, "The Persuaders!" starring Tony Curtis and Roger Moore. The show was cancelled after only one season freeing up Mr. Moore to play Mr. Bond.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to John Barry on Nov 3rd (1933)
10. ZOO STATION by U2
THIS WEEK in 1991/2011: The #1 hit around the world gets the re-mastered treatment, including B-Sides and bonus tracks. Competition question; What did Bono say at the end of U2's New Years Eve 1989 concert in Dublin? A: "We have to go away and... dream it all up again."
HAPPY 50th BIRTHDAY to Larry Mullen on Oct 31st
11. SO CRUEL by Depeche Mode
THIS WEEK in 2011: From Q magazine's Achtung Baby tribute Long Player, AHK_toong BAY_bi Covered.
12. SHAKE IT OUT by Florence + The Machine
THIS WEEK in 2011: From the brand new Long Player, Ceremonials.
13. THE BALLAD OF LUCY JORDAN by Marianne Faithfull
THIS WEEK in 1979: The Dr. Hook cover and third single from the classic Long Player, Broken English. Featured in the motion picture, "Thelma & Louise".




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ALL TIME is NOW • Episode #017 - Hour One


I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Hour One of Episode #017,
Nov 6th 2011
the last week of October...
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1. IMMIGRANT SONG by Led Zeppelin
THIS WEEK in 1970: Single from the classic Long Player, Led Zeppelin III.
2. OH MY MY by Ringo Starr
THIS WEEK in 1973: From the classic Long Player, RINGO.
3. PLEASANT VALLEY SUNDAY by The Monkees
THIS WEEK in 1967: Written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King. From their fourth Long Player, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones.
4. THIS CHARMING MAN by The Smiths
THIS WEEK in 1983: The Smiths' second single. Was a Top Ten hit nine years later when re-released to promote, The Best of The Smiths compilation.
HAPPY 49th BIRTHDAY to Johnny Marr on Oct 31st
5. GOODBYE GIRL by Squeeze
THIS WEEK in 1978: The first single from their Long Player, Cool For Cats.
HAPPY 57th BIRTHDAY to Chris Difford on Nov 4th
6. THE STORY OF THE BLUES (Part 1 and 2) by WAH!
THIS WEEK in 1982: The Long version of the Top 5 hit in the U.K.
7. BOOGIE CHILLEN by John Lee Hooker
THIS WEEK in 1948: The debut 78 from Blues Legend John Lee Hooker. #1 R&B in January 1949.
8. IT'S GONNA WORK OUT FINE by Ike and Tina Turner
"Back when they was Ike and Tina." The #2 R&B hit from 1961.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Ike Turner on Nov 5th (1931)
9. BABY PLEASE DON'T GO by Them
THIS WEEK in 1964: The Big Joe Williams cover. Session cat Jimmy Page on rhythm guitar.
10. GREAT BALLS OF FIRE by Jerry Lee Lewis
THIS WEEK in 1957: The #2 Hot 100, #3R&B, and #1 Country hit not to mention #1 in the U.K.
11. I 4 U & U 4 ME (demo version) by The Decemberists
THIS WEEK in 2011: From the Extended Play, Long Live The King. Featuring out-takes and demos from their Long Player, The King is Dead.
12. STAYIN' POWER by Neil Young
THIS WEEK in 1980: From Neil's tenth Long Player, Hawks & Doves.
13. TRUCKIN' (single version) by Grateful Dead
THIS WEEK in 1970: The classic single from the Dead's Long Player, American Beauty. Only hit #64 when first released.
14. ALL APOLOGIES (Unplugged) by Nirvana
THIS WEEK in 1994: The Entered the charts at #1 in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK. From MTV Unplugged in New York was released after Kurt's untimely death.
15. JANE SAYS (Live) by Jane's Addiction
THIS WEEK in 1997: Live from Lollapalooza in 1991. From the compilation Kettle Whistle.




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