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Sunday, October 2, 2011

All Time is Now • Episode #012 - Hour One


I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from Side One of Episode #012,
October 2nd 2011
the last week of Sept...
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1. DEVIL WITH A BLUE DRESS/GOOD GOLLY MISS MOLLY by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
THIS WEEK in 1966: Detroit's own Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels. From the EP of the same name. Often covered by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band as an encore.
2. 2-4-6-8 Motorway by Tom Robinson Band
THIS WEEK in 1977: Ian The debut 45 from TRB's debut Long Player, Power In The Darkness.
3. CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION by T.Rex
THIS WEEK in 1972: The Classic stand alone single hit #2 in 1972.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Marc on Sept 30th
4. 5:15 (Single version) by The Who
THIS WEEK in 1973: From the two-disc concept Long Player, Quadrophenia.
5. DAWNED ON ME by Wilco
THIS WEEK in 2011: From their eighth Long Player and first on their own label, The Whole Love.
6. A SORT OF HOMECOMING by U2
THIS WEEK in 1984: The lead track off U2's fourth Long Player, The Unforgettable Fire.
7. SPANISH HARLEM by Ben E. King
The classic from 1960. The debut 45 after leaving The Drifters. Written by Leiber and Spector.
HAPPY 73rd BIRTHDAY to Ben E. King on Sept 28th
8. LYDIA THE TATTOOED LADY by Groucho Marx
From the 1939 hit motion picture, "The Marx Brothers At The Circus". Available on the compilation, The Marx Brothers Sing.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Groucho on Oct 2nd (1890)

9. WANG DANG DOODLE by Koko Taylor & Willie Dixon 
The #4 R&B hit from 1965. Written by Willie Dixon and with Buddy Guy on guitar.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Koko on Sept 28th
10. LITTLE LION MAN (Messed up version) by Mumford and Sons
THIS WEEK in 2009: The first single from the debut Long Player, Sigh No More.
11. OH! DARLING by The Beatles
THIS WEEK in 1969: The classic track from the classic Long Player, Abbey Road.
12. HANG ON SLOOPY by Ninapinta & His Bongos and Congos
THIS WEEK in 1965/1967: The McCoys #1 1965 hit covered in a Latin style by Ninapinta & His Bongos and Congos. From the Long Player, The Downtown Scene: Hits For The Hip.
12. NEXT TO YOU by Sting with the New York Chamber Consort
From Sting's recent Long Player, Symphonicities. The New York Chamber Cosort gets a work out with The Police track from Outlandos d'Amour.
HAPPY 60th BIRTHDAY to Sting on Oct 2nd
13. GOING TO MEMPHIS by Johnny Cash
THIS WEEK in 1960: One of the first concept LP's  Ride This Train. Johnny Cash's tribute to the trains, the hobos and passengers that ride them and the men who built the railway.
14. CUT ACROSS SHORTY by Eddie Cochran
Backed by The Crickets (Buddy Holly), the B-Side to the #1 45, "Three Steps To Heaven".
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Eddie on Oct 2nd (1938)




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