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Friday, November 28, 2014

Best of ATN • #072 - The third week of November

My playlist from Episode #072 – Hour One
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1-2 CRUSH ON YOU — The Clash

WILD YOUTH — Generation X
THE ETON RIFLES — The Jam

SUPERMAN [The Clique cover] — R.E.M.

RAT TRAP — Boomtown Rats
WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT — John Lennon with Elton John
HI, HI, HI — Paul McCartney & Wings
WHAT IS LIFE — George Harrison
(IT'S ALL DOWN TO) GOODNIGHT VIENNA — Ringo Starr
GOOD TIMES, BAD TIMES (Live) — Led Zeppelin
IN MY PLACE (Live) — Coldplay
WAKE UP (Live) — David Bowie + Arcade Fire

BIKE — Pink Floyd

NEWBORN AWAKING — The Doors
PARTY HARD — Andrew W.K.

My playlist from Episode #072 – Side B

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RHYMIN' & STEALIN' — Beastie Boys
LET ME CLEAR MY THROAT (Live) — DJ Kool
CROSSEYED AND PAINLESS — Talking Heads
RIP IT UP (Single edit) — Orange Juice
IT MUST BE LOVE — Madness
TEARS OF A CLOWN [Smokey Robinson & The Miracles cover] — The English Beat
DOLLAR IN THE TEETH — The Upsetters
MYKNONOS (Africa mix) — Rhythms Del Mundo feat. Fleet Foxes
MAPLE LEAF RAG (Piano Roll) — Scott Joplin
BIG SHOT — Dr. John
"Missing My Son" / WALK AWAY — Tom Waits
TWEEDLE DEE — Laverne Baker & The Gliders
RIDE ON — AC/DC

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Whatever gets you through the night,
It's alright,
It's alright,
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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Thursday, November 20, 2014

ALL TIME is NOW • Episode #019 - Side Two


I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Side Two of Episode #019,
Nov 20th 2011
the second week of November...
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1. THE ADVENTURES OF FLASH ON THE WHEELS OF STEEL by Grandmaster Flash
THIS WEEK in 1981: The first record EVER to feature DJ scratching! Three turntables and records from Chic, Queen, Blondie, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five and a Children's record.
2. THIS IS RADIO CLASH (Part 1) by The Clash
THIS WEEK in 1981: Using Radio Ammunition, Can we get the world to listen? The stand alone 12" recorded in New York. 
3. BEEN CAUGHT STEALING by Jane's Addiction
THIS WEEK in 1990: The hit from their Long Player, Ritual De Lo habitual.
4. DESPEDIDA by Celso Machado
THIS WEEK in 1999: Award winning Brazilian guitarist who lives in Canada. from his Long Player, Jongo LĂȘ.



5. CLOCKS (Salsa version) by Buena Vista Social Club with Coldplay
THIS WEEK in 2006: The Buena Vista Social Club meets Coldplay. From the Long Player, Rhythms Del Mundo: Cuba.
6. THE TIDE IS HIGH by Blondie
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Paragons cover from their Long Player, Autoamerican. #1 in the US and the UK.
7. BANANA REPUBLIC (7" edit) by The Boomtown Rats
THIS WEEK in 1981: The #3 hit from their fourth Long Player, Mondo Bongo.


8. I SHALL BE RELEASED (Over the phone/WFMU) by Jeff Buckley
Jeff Buckley had his radio debut on New Jersey radio station WFMU and visited often. A stunning version of Dylan's "I Shall Be Released" over the phone!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Jeff on Nov 17th (1966)



8. TOMBSTONE BLUES by Richie Havens
THIS WEEK in 2007: The soundtrack to the Dylan art film, I'm Not There.
9. LET'S GO TO BED by The Cure
THIS WEEK in 1982: The Goth classic stand alone single.
10. NOWHERE GIRL (12"mix) by B-Movie
THIS WEEK in 1982: The European Top Ten.
11. YELLOW SUBMARINE by The Beatles
THIS WEEK in 1968: The motion picture "Yellow Submarine" had its premiere in London.





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Sunday, November 16, 2014

All Time is Now • #119 the second week of Nov - Hour One


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My playlist from Episode #119,
Nov 16th 2014


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FOLSOM PRISON BLUES [Johnny Cash cover] – Bob Dylan & The Band
I KNOW I'M NOT WRONG – Fleetwood Mac
HARD LUCK WOMAN – KISS
BLUE TRAIN – Johnny Cash
RIDING HIGH – Pirates of the Inland Empire
BALLAD OF EASY RIDER – The Byrds
THE SONIC HISTORY LESSON: FBI investigates obscene 45!
LOUIE LOUIE — The Kingsmen
(I'M NOT YOUR) STEPPIN' STONE — The Monkees
LA-LA-LA-LA-LIES — The Who
JULIE'S IN THE DRUG SQUAD – The Clash
RIP IT UP (Single edit) — Orange Juice
WOW – Prince & 3RDEYEGIRL
MY MY CROSS THE LINE – Lili Haydn feat. Marvin Etzioni & Itai Disraeli
THE GOOD, THE BAND & THE UGLY [Ennio Moricone] – Johnny Marr & Billy Duffy
EYESIGHT TO THE BLIND [Sonny Boy Williamson cover] — Mose Alison
I BOUGHT SOME ROSES — My Darling Clementine
SUCH A NIGHT – Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
RUBERNECKIN' (Stereo version) — Elvis Presley feat. The Blossoms



Rip it up
and start again
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.

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Friday, October 31, 2014

All Time is Now • Halloween

My playlist from all Hallows Eve
The Halloween Special

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HAUNTED BELA (Mash Up) — Disneyland's Haunted Mansion vs. Bauhaus
THE RAVEN [Edgar Allan Poe] — Christopher Walken
HUMAN FLY — The Cramps
NIGHTMARE — Big Mama Thornton
WAR OF THE WORLDS/LA VILLA STRANGIATO (Mash Up) —Orson Welles vs. Rush
BORIS THE SPIDER — The Who
Bela Lugosi from "Dracula"
DRACULA'S WEDDING – Outkast
DRACULA — Christine Pilzer
HALLOWEEN PARADE — Lou Reed
CAN I KICK IT (Remix) [Lou Reed sample] — A Tribe Called Quest
FRANKENSTEIN — The Edgar Winter Group
SWEET TRANSVESTITE (from "Rocky Horror Picture Show") — Tim Curry
IN HEAVEN (from "Eraserhead") — Lady In The Radiator

In Heaven,
Everything is fine
You've got your good thing,
and I've got mine
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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Thursday, October 9, 2014

All Time is Now • #013 the second week of October - Hour Two


I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Side B of Episode #013,
Oct 9th 2011
the second week of October...
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1. TELSTAR by The Tornados
THIS WEEK in 1962: The groundbreaking single which became the first British group to have an American Hot 100 # 1. Also a #1 in the UK for five weeks. Produced by Joe Meek.
2. SHAMBALA by Three Dog Night
THIS WEEK in 1973: From their tenth Long Player, Cyan.
3. HIT THE ROAD JACK by Stampeders with Wolfman Jack
THIS WEEK in 1975: Canadian rockers Stampeders cover of the old Ray Charles classic, "Hit The Road Jack". Featuring the legendary Disc-Jockey Wolfman Jack. A Gold Record in Canada. From the Stamps' 1975 Long Player, Steamin'.
4. TRUE FINE LOVE by Steve Miller Band
From the 1977 Long Player,  Book of Dreams. Top ten in US and #1 in Canada. 
HAPPY 68th BIRTHDAY to Steve on Oct 5th
5. 100 DAYS 100 NIGHTS by Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
THIS WEEK in 2007: The title track from Ms. Jones' third Long Player, 100 Days, 100 Nights.
6. BASKETBALL JONES by Cheech & Chong feat. Tyrone Shoelaces
THIS WEEK in 1973: The classic track from Cheech & Chong's Long Player, Los Chicanos. Featuring Billy Preston on keyboards and George Harrison on guitar.

7. RUN JESSE RUNAWAY by Jesse Jackson vs. Kanye West
THIS WEEK in 2010: The Mash up featuring the instrumental version of Kanye West's "Runaway". The second single from Kanye's fifth Long Player, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
• RAINBOW COALITION SPEECH by Jesse Jackson
Recognized as one of the greatest speeches of the 20th Century, Rev Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition speech at the 1984 Democratic National Convention. 
HAPPY 70th BIRTHDAY to Rev. Jesse Jackson on Oct 8th
8. GROOVIN' by Marvin Gaye
THIS WEEK in 1970: The Young Rascal's hit covered by the great Marvin Gaye. From his Long Player, That's The Way Love Is.
9. TAKE A LETTER MARIA by R.B. Greaves 
THIS WEEK in 1969: The million selling single from the Nephew of Sam Cooke.
10. DREAM IN BLUE by Los Lobos
From the band's ninth Long Player, Kiko.
HAPPY 57th BIRTHDAY to David Hidalgo on Oct 6th
11. VOICES INSIDE MY HEAD by The Police
THIS WEEK in 1980: The third Long Player, ZeyattĂ  Mondatta. #5 in the US and #1 in the UK.
12. ATMOSHERE by Joy Division
THIS WEEK in 1980: Originally released as a single in France. After the passing of singer Ian Curtis it was released as a single world-wide and would become #1 in New Zealand.
13. OPTIMISTIC by Radiohead
THIS WEEK in 2000: The experimental fourth Long Player, Kid A. Entered the charts at #1 in the US and in the UK.
14. ENJOY YOURSELF (IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK) by The Specials
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians cover from The Specials second Long Player, More Specials.





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