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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

ALL TIME is NOW • Episode #020 Third week of Nov - Hour One


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My playlist from Episode #020 – Hour One

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My playlist from Hour One of Episode #020
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1. MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR by The Beatles
THIS WEEK in 1967: The Beatles psychedelic hour long film premiers on BBC 1 in Black & White?!? Bad reaction from critics and audiences means US Networks get cold feet and do not screen it. Not seen in the US for another eight years.
2. I CAN HELP by Billy Swan
THIS WEEK in 1974: The #1 Hot 100 and #1 Country hit, not to mention #1 Canada, #1 Australia, #1 France, #1 Germany, etc. etc.
3. UNION CITY BLUE by Blondie
THIS WEEK in 1972: The second single from their Long Player, Eat To The Beat.
HAPPY 57th BIRTHDAY to Clem Burke on Nov 24th
4. AMERICAN SQUIRM by Nick Lowe
THIS WEEK in 1978: Backed by Elvis Costello and the Attractions. The stand alone single later included on the US version of Nick's Long Player, Labor of Lust.
5. DOWNTOWN by Petula Clark
THIS WEEK in 1965: The classic track written for The Drifters, but Petula had heard the unfinished song and asked song-writer Tony Hatch to update the lyrics and record it herself.
6. "I THINK I LOVE YOU" by The Partridge Family
THIS WEEK in 1970: The TV family fronted by David Cassidy & Shirly Jones. From the first season and #1 for three weeks.
7. PHOTOGRAPH by Ringo Starr
THIS WEEK in 1973: The #1 single written by George & Ringo. From Ringo's classic Long Player, RINGO.


8. GET BACK by Ike & Tina Turner
The Beatles classic remade by Ike & Tina. From their 1971 Long Player, Working Together.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Tina on Nov 26th
8. CLAUDINE by The Rolling Stones
THIS WEEK in 2011: The new remastered classic Some Girls which features the bonus disc of out-takes. This Rockabilly rave up is about French singer Claudine Longet who shot and killed her Olympic skying boyfriend Vladimer "Spider" Sabich in 1977.
9. YOU CAN'T CATCH ME by Chuck Berry
THIS WEEK in 1956: The Rock 'n' Roll classic later covered by the Rolling Stones in 1965. "Here come ol' flat top."
10. I'M MOVIN' ON by Willie Nelson
THIS WEEK in 2011: The Hank Snow classic covered on Willie's brand new covers Long Player, Remember Me: Vol. 1

11. SATELLITE OF LOVE by Lou Reed
THIS WEEK in 1974: The David Bowie produced breakthrough Long Player, Transformer.
12. WHITE CLOUD by John Cale
THIS WEEK in 1970: After the break up of The Velvet Underground, this was the debut Long Player from John Cale, Vintage Violence.
• SONIC HISTORY LESSON: MTV Unplugged premieres 
The premiere episode of MTV unplugged hosted by singer-songwriter Jules Shear, featured Difford & Tilbrook from Squeeze, singer-songwriter Syd Straw, and Cars guitarist Elliot Easton.
13. ABOUT A GIRL (unplugged) by Nirvana
From the  #1 1994 Long Player, MTV Unplugged in New York.
14. WAKE UP (Live) by Arcade Fire with David Bowie
THIS WEEK in 2005: Live from Fashion Rocks, Bowie asked Canadian band, Arcade Fire to join him for the performance. From their LIVE EP.




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