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Thursday, December 22, 2016

All Time is Now • Holiday Special


A L L   T I M E   i s   N O W
My playlist from the Christmas Show
with Very Special Guest;
Santa's Helper, Pepper Minstix
the third week of December...
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1. SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN by The Jackson 5
From the 1969 LP,  Jackson 5 Christmas Album.
2. SANTA CLAUS GO STRAIGHT TO THE GHETTO by James Brown
From James Brown's 1968 LP,  A Soulful Christmas.
3. EARLY ON ONE CHRISTMAS MORN by Bruce Cockburn
From Bruce's 1993 Long Player, Christmas.
4. CHRISTMAS TIME (IS HERE AGAIN) by The Beatles
From The Beatles's 1967 Beatles Fan Club EP.
5. FELIZ NAVIDAD by Jose Feliciano
Jose' hit single from 1971.
6. SLEIGH RIDE by The Ronettes
From the classic Phil Spector LP from 1963 A Christmas Gift For You.
7. PEACE ON EARTH / LITTLE DRUMMER BOY by David Bowie & Bing Crosby
From David Bowie's appearance on Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas Special in 1977. Released as a single in 1984.
8. LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW by Dean Martin
From Dean's 1966 Long Player, The Dean Martin Christmas Album.
9. HERE COME SANTA CLAUS by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires
From Elvis' 1957 Long Player, Elvis' Christmas Album.
10. JINGLE BELLS by The Brian Setzer Orchestra
From Brian's 2002 Long Player, Boogie Woogie Christmas.
11. MERRY CHRISTMAS, BABY by Chuck Berry
Chuck's classic single from 1958.

12. JINGLE BELL ROCK by Brenda Lee
From Brenda's 1964 Long Player, Merry Christmas from Brenda Lee.

13. ROCKIN' AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE by The Partridge Family


From the 1971 LP,  A Partridge Family Christmas Card.
14. LITTLE ST. NICK (single version) by The Beach Boys
An original Beach Boys' christmas song (written by Brian Wilson & Mike Love). From their 1963 LP, The Beach Boys' Christmas Album.

15. WHITE CHRISTMAS by The Drifters
The Bing Crosby classic remade remodeled by the Clyde McPhatter led Drifters in 1954. Climbed up to #2 R&B charts.

16. O, LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHAM by Nat "King" Cole
From Nat's 1960 LP,  The Magic of Christmas and the 1963 LP, The Christmas Song.
17. HAPPY XMAS (WAR IS OVER) by John & Yoko The Plastic Ono Band with The Harlem Community Choir
The seasonal stand-alone single from 1971.






And so this is Christmas,
And what have you done?
Another year older, and a new one just begun
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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Sunday, October 9, 2016

All Time is Now • #65 - The first week of October

My playlist from Episode #065 – Hour One
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ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT (Mono) — The Kinks

IʼM WAITING FOR THE MAN — Andy Warholʼs Velvet Underground

KISS ME ON THE BUS — The Replacements

ROCKINʼ IN THE FREE WORLD (Live acoustic) — Neil Young

THE SUN (Live) — Dr. Dog

GOT A SONG COMING TO YOU — Ari Shine

HUNG MY HEAD [Sting cover] — Johnny Cash

GOOD MORNING GOOD MORNING [The Beatles] — Mickey Dolenz

WEʼRE GOING TO BE FRIENDS — White Stripes

CʼMON EVERYBODY — Eddie Cochran

RIP IT UP — Little Richard & His Band

EACH DAY OF SORROW — John Mellencamp

CHERRY CHERRY (Mono) — Neil Diamond

LOVE ME DO (Single Version) — The Beatles

TAKE THE CASH (K.A.S.H.) — Wreckless Eric

IʼM AGAINST IT (from “Horse Feathers”) — “Groucho” Marx

My playlist from Episode #065 – Side B

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ELECTED (Single version) — Alice Cooper
FOX ON THE RUN — Sweet
COZ I LUV YOU — Slade
IʼM THE MAN — Joe Jackson
TEACHER TEACHER — Rockpile
MARCHING ON (Single version) — The Alarm
GREEN RIVER — Creedence Clearwater Revival
GIRLFRIEND — Matthew Sweet
BORN ALONE — Wilco
THE BENDS — Radiohead
PASS THE KOUCHIE (Original version) — The Mighty Diamonds
AFRICA UNITE — Bob Marley & The Wailers
AND THE BEAT GOES ON DUB [The Whispers cover]
Prince Fatty Presents Hollie Cook
WALKING IN THE RAIN [Flash & The Pan] — Grace Jones
THE GOLDEN AGE — Beck
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Come in all you jesters, enter all you fools,
Sit down no-no, Ogre, Gouls,
Trip the light fantastic, dance the swivel hips,
Coming to conclusion, button up your lip,
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
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Sunday, September 11, 2016

All Time is Now #121 • The last week in August


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My playlist from Episode #121
August 28th 2016


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ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGH SCHOOL (Soundtrack version) – Ramones
PRIVATE IDAHO – The B-52's
GET DOWN MOSES – Joe Strummer & The Mescalaros
BEHIND THE WALL OF SLEEP – The Smithereens
COME ANYTIME – Hoodoo Gurus
THE SONIC HISTORY LESSON: The Beatles trip in LA
SHE SAID SHE SAID [The Beatles cover] — Don Randi Trio (music bed)
SHE SAID SHE SAID — The Beatles

I DIG EVERYTHING – David Bowie
BE MY BABY – The Ronettes
WHERE DA BEATS COME FROM: '65 to '94
A GIRL LIKE YOU – Edwyn Collins
SPANISH STROLL – Mink Deville
SALLY CAN'T DANCE (single version) – Lou Reed
IF I EVER WAS A CHILD – Wilco
AHEAD BY A CENTURY – The Tragically Hip
IT TAKES A LOT TO LAUGH, IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY —
Bob Dylan
YOU AND ME — Angela McCluskey + St. Bernadette



Too many protest singers
an' not enough protest songs
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

All Time is Now • #58 - The third week in August

My playlist from Episode #058 – Hour One
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The Best of ALL TIME is NOW • The third week of August

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LAST TRAIN TO CLARKSVILLE — The Monkees
WAYS TO BE WICKED (Tom Petty/Mike Campbell) — Lone Justice
EARLY ROMAN KINGS — Bob Dylan
PEACEFUL SOLUTION — Willie Nelson
GOLDEN STATE [John Doe cover] — Eddie Vedder and Natalie Maines
SONIC HISTORY LESSON: The first ever sound recording in 1877...
MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB — Thomas Edison
HOUND DOG — Big Mama Thornton

JACK, YOU'RE DEAD — Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
DON'T EAT THE YELLOW SNOW/NANOOK RUBS IT — Frank Zappa
ROLL WITH IT — Oasis
CHARMER — Aimee Mann
PUNK PRAYER — Pussy Riot!
English translation of Pussy Riot!'s closing statement... (LINK)
DAVID WATTS [The Kinks cover] — The Jam
TEENAGE KICKS — The Undertones
SO IT GOES — Nick Lowe

My playlist from Episode #058 – Side B

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(I CALL IT PRETTY MUSIC BUT) THE OLD PEOPLE CALL IT THE BLUES
— Little Stevie Wonder
DO-WAH DIDDY — The Exciters
EVERYDAY PEOPLE (Live at Woodstock) — Sly and The Family Stone
I CAN'T GET NEXT TO YOU — Al Green
PHENOMENON (Single edit) — LL Cool J
SONIC HISTORY LESSON: Where do da Beats come from...
WHO IS HE (AND WHAT IS HE TO YOU) [Bill Withers cover] — Creative Source
NOT ENOUGH TIME — INXS
CRAZY, CRAZY, CRAZY — Michael Franti and Spearhead
THE GROUND BENEATH HER FEET (lyrics by Salman Rushdie) — U2 with Daniel Lanois
PERFECT (7" version) — The The
WHAT? [Judy Street cover] — Soft Cell
SILVER SPRINGS [Fleetwood Mac cover] — Lykke Li
LIFE'S A BEACH — Django Django
HONG KONG GARDEN — Siouxsie and The Banshees
LIFE BEGINS AT THE HOP — XTC
WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE — Tom Waits
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Sometimes I'm right, an I can be wrong,
My own beliefs are in my song
The butcher, the banker, the drummer and then,
Makes no difference what group I'm in,
'Cause It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
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