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All Time is Now • Episode #028-B The third week of January


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My playlist from Side B of Episode #028
Jan 22nd 2012
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1. BOOGIE ON REGGAE WOMAN by Stevie Wonder
THIS WEEK in 1974: Stevie is taking control and playing all the instruments (except congos by Rocky Dzidzornu). From his sixteenth Long Player, Fulfillingness' First Finale.
2. EVERY KINDA PEOPLE by Robert Palmer
Blue-eyed soul from  Robert's 1978 Long Player, Double Fun.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Robert on JAN 19th (1949)
3. MY WHOLE WORLD ENDED (THE MOMENT YOU LEFT ME) by David Ruffin
Temptations singer David Ruffin's solo debut in 1969, My Whole World Ended.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY to David on JAN 18th (1941)
4. WHO LOVES YA BABY? by Telly Savalas
The star of Television and Motion Pictures released this funky disco gem in 1976. The title track from the Long Player, Who Loves Ya, Baby?.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Telly on JAN 21st (1922)

5. JAZZ IS PARIS by Malcolm McClaren
From Malcolm's 1994 Long Player, Paris.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Malcolm on JAN 22nd (1946)
6. THIS IS NOT AMERICA by David Bowie with The Pat Metheny Group
THIS WEEK in 1984: The theme song from the Motion Picture, The Falcon And The Snowman.
7. LET IT BE by Aretha Franklin
THIS WEEK in 1970: Released prior to The Beatles version by many months. From Aretha's Long Player, This Girl's In Love With You.
8. LOVE IS STRONGER THAN DEATH by Angela McCluskey
THIS WEEK in 1993/2004: The Wild Colonials/Telepopmusik singer's remake remodel of the The The track from Dusk. From her solo debut, 1992 Long Player, The Things We Do.
• SONIC HISTORY LESSON: Minot Train Derailment
THIS WEEK in 2002: What does a CP Rail train derailment in Minot, North Dakota tell us about the modern state of Radio in America?
9. MEMORY GOSPEL by Moby
From Originally the B-Side to Moby's hit "Honey". From the compilation, Play: The B-Sides.




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All Time is Now • Episode #029 - Hour Two


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My playlist from Side B of Episode #029,
January 29th 2012
the last week of Jan...
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1. HERCULES by Aaron Neville
The Funk from down in N'awlins. The stand alone single from 1973. Produced and arranged by Allen Tousaint.
HAPPY 71st BIRTHDAY to Aaron on Sept 24th


2. TAKE ME WITH U by Prince & The Revolution
THIS WEEK in 1984: The fifth single from the classic Long Player, Purple Rain.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to guitarist Wendy on Jan 26th


3. TVC15 by David Bowie
THIS WEEK in 1976: The introduction of the Thin White Duke. From Bowie's tenth Long Player, Station To Station.


4. STRANDED IN YOUR LOVE by Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings feat. Lee Fields
THIS WEEK in 2005: From the Long Player, Naturally.


5. WHAT'S THE USE IN GETTING SOBER (WHEN YOU'RE GONNA GET DRUNK AGAIN) by Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
THIS WEEK in 1943: From the King of the Jukebox comes another #1 R&B/Jukbox/Race record smash.


6. FARAWAY SO CLOSE! by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
THIS WEEK in 1994: From the soundtrack to Wim Wender's, Faraway So Close!.

7. EXCITABLE BOY by Warren Zevon
THIS WEEK in 1978: The title track from Warren's third Long Player.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Warren on Jan 24th (1947)


8. WAY OF THE WORLD by Cheap Trick
THIS WEEK in 1979: From their fourth Long Player, Dream Police.
HAPPY 59th BIRTHDAY to Robin Zander on Jan 23rd

9. SHE MOVES IN HER OWN WAY by The Kooks
THIS WEEK in 2006: The fifth single from the debut Long Player, Inside In/Inside Out


10. CHERRY CHERRY (Live) by Neil Diamond
The lead single from the legendary Live Long Player, Hot August Night.
HAPPY 71st BIRTHDAY to Neil on Jan 24th
12. ECHO BEACH by Martha and The Muffins

THIS WEEK in 1980: The Canadian New Wavers second single from their debut Long Player, Metro Music.

11. DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD by Nina Simone
THIS WEEK in 1964: The original version. Written for Ms. Simone, from her Long Player, broadway • blues • ballads.


12. FARTHER UP THE ROAD by Bobby "Blue" Bland
The original from 1957.
HAPPY 82nd BIRTHDAY to Bobby on Jan 27th

12. TENNEESEE WALTZ by Sam Cooke
THIS WEEK in 1964: Sam's final single was recorded this week at RCA Studios in Hollywood. From the Long Player, Ain't That Good News.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Sam on Jan 22nd (1931)





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All Time is Now • Episode #029 - Hour One


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My playlist from Hour One of Episode #029,
January 29th 2012
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1. LIFE'S WHAT YOU MAKE IT by Talk Talk
THIS WEEK in 1985: From their Long Player, The Colour of Spring.







2. I GOT YOU by Split Enz
THIS WEEK in 1980: The New Wave classic from their Long Player, True Colours.







3. NEW LACE SLEEVES by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
THIS WEEK in 1981: From the band's fifth Long Player, Trust.







4. (GET A) GRIP (ON YOURSELF) by The Stranglers
THIS WEEK in 1977: The debut 45 the great Punk band The Stranglers.  From their debut Long Player, Rattus Norvegicus.







5. LOCO MOSQUITO by Iggy Pop
THIS WEEK in 1980: The lead single from Iggy's Long Player, The Soldier.







6. INSTANT KARMA! by John Ono Lennon
THIS WEEK in 1970: The Phil Spector produced stand alone single. Written, recorded and mixed in one day, Jan 27th 1970.



7. KANSAS CITY by Paul McCartney
THIS WEEK in 1991: The Rock 'n' Roll covers Long Player, Back In The U.S.S.R. available ONLY in Russia from 1988. Released this week in 1991 in the West after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

8. WHEN WE WAS FAB by George Harrison
THIS WEEK in 1988: George looks back on the heady days of youth. Produced by Jeff Lynn from the Long Player,  Cloud Nine.


9. NO NO SONG by Ringo Starr
THIS WEEK in 1975: The Hoyt Axton cover from Ringo's Long Player, Goodnight Vienna. #1 in Canada, #3 in U.S.

10. I'LL NEVER GET OUT OF THIS WORLD ALIVE by Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys
THIS WEEK in 1953: The last single from the drifting Cowboy. #1 at the time of his untimely passing.

11. WHERE DID YOU SLEEP LAST NIGHT? by Lead Belly
The legend and the classic track from 1944. This songs was covered by Nirvana for their MTV Unplugged performance.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Lead Belly on Jan 20th (1889)

12. TANGLED UP IN BLUE by Bob Dylan
THIS WEEK in 1975: The lead single from Bob's fifteenth Long Player, Blood On The Tracks.

12. YOU'RE GONNA MAKE ME LONESOME WHEN YOU GO by Miley Cyrus
THIS WEEK in 2012: From the brand new four disc charity tribute set called Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan. And Yes, that's frickin' Miley Cyrus doing a very tasteful version.

13. SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE by Etta James
One of the greatest singers ever! From her debut Long Player, At Last!.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Etta on Jan 25th






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