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Friday, November 20, 2015

ALL TIME is NOW • Episode #019 - The third week of November


The BEST of ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Hour One of Episode #019,
the second week of November...
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1. GOING FOR THE ONE by Yes
THIS WEEK in 1977: The lead track from their #1 Long Player, Going For The One. Blistering slide guitar from Steve Howe.
2. A LIFE OF ILLUSION by Joe Walsh
From Joe's 1981 Long Player, There Goes The Neighborhood.
HAPPY 63rd BIRTHDAY to Joe on Nov 20th
3. GUDBUY T' JANE by Slade
THIS WEEK in 1972: The #2 hit in the UK. From their Long Player, Slayed?.
4. SHE'S THE ONE (LIVE) by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
THIS WEEK in 1975: "Finally London is ready for Bruce Springsteen..."  Playing as if their lives depended on it. The first European show for Bruce and The E Street Band. 
5. DETROIT MEDLEY: JENNY TAKE A RIDE/C.C. RIDER by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
THIS WEEK in 1965: The barn stormer from Mitch Ryder, Bruce Springsteen played this in his encore.
6. SUCH A NIGHT by The Drifters
THIS WEEK in 1953: The Drifters were a band created to feature lead singer Clyde McPhatter. Recorded this week was the classic "Such A Night".
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Clyde on Nov 15th (1932)
7. LITTLE SISTER by Elvis Presley
THIS WEEK in 1961: The #1 double A-side hit in the UK. #1 for four weeks.


8. BABY LOVE by The Supremes
THIS WEEK in 1964: #1 Hot 100 hit for four weeks for Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson.



9. ERASE YOU by Tawny Ellis
THIS WEEK in 2011: The new Long Player, I To You from Southern California singer Tawny Ellis. Featuring Scarlet Rivera (Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue) on violin.
10. SUNDOWN by Gordon Lightfoot
The #1 single from the 1974 Long Player, Sundown.
HAPPY 73rd BIRTHDAY to Gordon on Nov 17th



10. ALMOST THANKSGIVING DAY by Graham Parker
The From Graham's 2004 Long Player, Your Country.
HAPPY 61st BIRTHDAY to Graham on Nov 15th



11. HOMEWARD BOUND (SNL) by Paul Simon & George Harrison
THIS WEEK in 1976: From the second season of Saturday Night (Live). Hosted by Paul Simon with musical guest, George Harrison.


12. BLACK HOLE SUN (LIVE) by Chris Cornell
THIS WEEK in 2011: From Chris' new Live EP, Songbook 2 (Live). Recorded in Vancouver in the spring of 2011.
13. UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD by Patti Smith
THIS WEEK in 2011: From the new benefit tribute Long Player, (Ǎhk-to͝ong Bāy-Bi) Covered. LP also features Depeche Mode, Glasvegas, Jack White, The Killers and more.





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Sunday, November 15, 2015

All Time is Now • Episode #018 - The second week of November


The BEST of ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Hour One of Episode #018,
Nov 13th 2011
the second week of November...
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1. SAFE EUROPEAN HOME by The Clash
THIS WEEK in 1978: Paul The Clash release their second Long Player, Give 'Em Enough Rope which was the first Clash release in North America. Album of the year in TIME magazine and Rolling Stone.
2. HOMICIDE by 999
THIS WEEK in 1978: 999 release the classic Punk track from their second Long Player, Separates (AKA High Energy Plan in U.S.)
3. POP SONG 89 by R.E.M.
THIS WEEK in 1988: The third single from the Athens, GA band's sixth Long Player, Green.
4. UNDER THE BRIDGE Jill Sobule & John Doe
THIS WEEK in 2011: Occupy Everywhere is going on around the country and around the world. This timely track is from the recent EP, A Day At The Pass by Jill Sobule & John Doe.
5. GRASS by XTC
THIS WEEK in 1986: The first single from XTC's eighth Long Player, SkylarkingProduced by Todd Rundgren.  
HAPPY 58th BIRTHDAY to Andy Partridge on Nov 11th
6. THE UNIVERSAL by Blur
THIS WEEK in 1995: The Brit Pop Blur Boys Top 5 UK hit. From their fourth Long Player, the classic The Great Escape. 
7. (MARIE'S THE NAME OF) HIS LATEST FLAME by Elvis Presley

THIS WEEK in 1962: The double A-sided single went to #1 in the UK for four weeks. And #5 in the U.S.


8. SHAKE, RATTLE and ROLL by Bill Haley and His Comets
THIS WEEK in 1954: The Big Joe Turner cover became Bill Haley's first Top Ten single. Listed as a "Foxtrot" on the 78 label.
9. SEVENTH SON by Johnny Rivers
THIS WEEK in 1965: The Willie Dixon cover was #7 in the U.S. and #1 in Canada. From Johnny's fourth Long Player, Meanwhile Back at the Wickey a Go-Go.
10. HARD LUCK WOMAN by KISS
THIS WEEK in 1976: The Top 20 single from the band's fifth Long Player, Rock And Poll Over.
11. GIRLS TALK by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
THIS WEEK in 1980: From the, compilation, Taking Liberties. The collection of non-album singles, B-sides and unreleased recordings. "Girls Talk" was covered by Dave Edmunds and appeared as the B-side to Elvis' 45, "I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down".
12. GOLDEN BROWN by The Stranglers
THIS WEEK in 1981: From The Strangler's sixth Long Player, La Folie. "Golden Brown" was #2 in UK and Top Ten in Australia & Germany.
13. SOMETHING (demo version) by George Harrison
THIS WEEK in 1968: The first Beatles A-side single written by George. Covered more times than any other Beatles song except "Yesterday". This demo version was featured on The Beatles' Anthology 3.
14. THE LONER by Neil Young
THIS WEEK in 1968: The debut Long Player from Neil Young. 
HAPPY 66th BIRTHDAY to Neil on Nov 11th


15. GIVE ME YOUR MONEY by Spinal Tap (The Thamesmen)
THIS WEEK in2011: The first Nigel Tufnel Day on the 11th day of the 11th month of the year of our lord, two-thousand and eleven. Spinal Tap's debut single back when they were called The Thamesmen.
16. BETTY BLUE / 37º2 Le Matin by Gabriel Yared
THIS WEEK in 1986: The classic score from the classic French Film, "Betty Blue / 37º2 Le Matin". Performed here by The City of Prague Philharmonic.




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