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Sunday, December 24, 2017

All Time is Now • Holiday Special


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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, December 17, 2017

All Time is Now • #22 - The second week of December

The BEST of All Time is Now
I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Hour One of Episode #022,
Dec 11th 2011
the second week of December...
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1. LONDON CALLING by The Clash
THIS WEEK in 1979: The lead single from their (then) yet to be released two disc set Long Player, London Calling.








2. ORANGE CRUSH by R.E.M.
THIS WEEK in 1988: The first single from their sixth Long Player, Green. The MTV VMA best Post Modern video of the year.
3. WÜNDERBAR by Tenpole Tudor
THIS WEEK in 1981: The STIFF Records hit.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Eddie Tenpole on Dec 6th



4. DEAD AND GONE by The Black Keys
THIS WEEK in 2011: The brand new Long Player, El Camino (The Road)









5. CLUBLAND by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
THIS WEEK in 1985: The single from EC's fifth Long Player, Trust.


6. FREE AS A BIRD (demo) by John Lennon/The Beatles
THIS WEEK in 1995: The original Dakota demo of John's half finished song "Free as a Bird". The remaining Beatles recorded on top of the demo and finished the song. Kept at #2 in the UK by Michael Jackson's "Earthsong".







7. CHEESE AND ONIONS by The Rutles
THIS WEEK in 1965/2005: The Pre-Fab Four get Psychadelisized.
HAPPY 67th BIRTHDAY to Neil Innes on Dec 9th


8. FOOL IN THE RAIN by Led Zeppelin
THIS WEEK in 1978: The hit single from the last Led Zeppelin Long Player, In Through The Out Door.

9. SURFIN' by Beach Boys
THIS WEEK in 1962: The debut 45 from The Beach Boys. Released on Indie label, Candix Records which led to their deal with Capitol Records.









10. LITTLE BY LITTLE (I'm Losing You) by Junior Wells
The single from 1958.
HAPPY 61st BIRTHDAY to Junior Wells


11. IT AIN'T WATCHA DO (IT'S THE WAY HOW YOU DO IT) by Little Richard
The rockin' single from the Long Player, Little Richard is Back and There's A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On.
HAPPY 61st BIRTHDAY to Little Richard


12. LAST NIGHT I DREAMT THAT SOMEBODY LOVED ME by The Smiths
THIS WEEK in 1985: The single from their last Long Player, Strangeways Here We Come.

13. THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT by The Jam
THIS WEEK in 1980: From their fifth Long Player, Sound Affects.

14. TEARS OF A CLOWN by The English Beat/The Beat

THIS WEEK in 1970/1979: The debut single from The Beat covering the #1 Soul and Hot 100 hit from Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. 





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Sunday, November 26, 2017

ALL TIME is NOW • Episode #020 - Side Two

The BEST of All Time is Now with DJ Shark
 – The third week of November –
My playlist from Episode #020 – Hour Two

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My playlist from Side Two of Episode #020,
Nov 27th 2011
the fourth week of November...
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1. VOODOO PROBLEMS by Jimi Hendrix vs Jay-Z
THIS WEEK in 1942/2003: The brilliant mash up by DJ TimG with Jay-Z's 99 Problem's (from The Black Album) and Jimi Hendrix's Voodoo Chile (from Electric Ladyland).
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Jimi on Nov 27th (1942)
2. THE SEED 2.0 by The Roots feat. Cody Chesnutt
THIS WEEK in 1972: Straight outta Philadelphia, Jimmy Fallon's house band's single from their fifth Long Player, Phrenology.
3. BITTER FRUIT by Little Steven feat. Rubén Blades
From Little Steven's 1987 Long Player, Freedom - No Compromise.
HAPPY 61st BIRTHDAY to Little Steven on Nov 22nd

4. BUBBLIN' HOT by Pato Banton & Rankin Roger
THIS WEEK in 2011: Pato Banton and The English Beat's Ranking Roger duet from Pato Banton & Friends. The LP also includes such friends as UB40's Ali Campell, Steel Pulse, and Sting.
5. BACK UP TRAIN by Al Greene & The Soul Mates
THIS WEEK in 1967: The debut 45 from Memphis legend Al Green (listed as Al Greene on the label).

6. LET'S DO IT AGAIN (Long version) by The Staple Singers
THIS WEEK in 1975: The #1 Hot 100 and #1 Hot Soul hit from the soundtrack to the motion picture, Let's Do It Again. Written by Curtis Mayfield.

7. WHIPPED CREAM (Anthony Marinelli remix feat. Ozomatli) by Herb Albert & The Tijuana Brass
THIS WEEK in 1965/2005: The #1 LP of 1965 got the full length remix treatment in 2005.

8. SUCH A NIGHT (Live) by Dr. John with The Band
THIS WEEK in 1976: The Last Waltz took place Thanksgiving Day at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco.


9. BAD DAY by Carmel
The Top 20 single from Carmel's 1984 Long Player, The Drum is Everything.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Carmel on Nov 24th

10. THE ENTERTAINER by Scott Joplin
The Top 10 hit of 1973 was written in 1902! The King of Ragtime Scott Joplin.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Scott Joplin on Nov 24th (1868)
11. CHANGELING by Simple Minds
THIS WEEK in 1979: The only single from Simple Minds second Long Player, Reel To Real Cacophony.
HAPPY 61st BIRTHDAY to Charlie Burchell on Nov 27th

12. MELT! by Siouxsie & The Banshees
THIS WEEK in 1982: The single from their Long Player, Kiss In The Dreamhouse.
13. "ANT MUSIC" by Adam And The Ants
THIS WEEK in 1980: The #1 single in Australia. From the Long Player, Kings of The Wild Frontier.
14. THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY by The Kinks
THIS WEEK in 1968: The lead track from The Kinks sixth Long Player, The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society.





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