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Friday, September 2, 2011

All Time is Now • Episode #008 - Hour One: 1st week of Sept

My playlist from the first week of September
Episode #008 – Hour One

THIS WEEK in 2006: Dylan's 32nd Long Player, Modern Times. Straight into the charts at #1 and the history books as the oldest artist (65) to have a first week #1. Would become #1 in Canada, Australia, Ireland, etc.

2. THE FACTORY by Warren Zevon
THIS WEEK in 1987: Warren's Long Player, Sentimental Hygiene. Backed by R.E.M. and with Bob Dylan on harmonica. NOT AVAILABLE ON iTunes?!?
3. SPANISH ROSE by Van Morrison
From Van's debut Long Player, Blowin' Your Mind!.
HAPPY 66th BIRTHDAY to Van on Aug 31st
4. BLOOD AND ROSES by The Smithereens
THIS WEEK in 1986: The Smithereens classic 80's hit. From their Long Player, Especially For You.
THIS WEEK in 1987: The Athens GA band's fifth Long Player, Document. And their last with I.R.S. Records.
6. RUNNIN' BACK TO SASKATOON (Live) by The Guess Who
THIS WEEK in 1972: The Top Ten Canadian hit. Recorded at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA.
7. I'LL CRY INSTEAD by Joe Cocker
THIS WEEK in 1964: The debut 45 from Joe Cocker. Covering The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night era track "I'll Cry Instead".
8. SURF'S UP by The Beach Boys
THIS WEEK in 1971: Intended for the aborted SMiLE Long Player in 1966, shelved until it appeared on their 17th Long Player, Surf's Up. Lead vocals from Carl Wilson. 
9. THE DRUGS DON'T WORK by The Verve
THIS WEEK in 1997: #1 in UK. The Verve's second single from their breakthrough Long Player, Urban Hymns.
10. SLAP AND TICKLE (single version) by Squeeze
THIS WEEK in 1979: From their New Wave classic Long Player, Cool For Cats.
11. I TRAVEL by Simple Minds
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Scottish band's third Long Player, Empires And Dance.
THIS WEEK in 1982: The world-wide smash hit was their third single in the UK and the debut 45 in North America. #1 in UK, #1 in Canada and #2 in US (couldn't shake Billie Jean from the top). From their debut Long Player, Kissing To Be Clever.
13. IMIDIWAN MA TENNAM by Tinariwen feat. Nels Cline
THIS WEEK in 2011:  The new Long Player, Tassili from the great North African Desert Blues band, Tinariwen. Tracks features guest Nels Cline (Wilco) on guitar.

This week, this month, this time of year
Doing a Modern Dance.
’cause It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll.

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All Time is Now • Episode #008 - Side B: Americana Roundtable

I N D I E 1 0 3 1 • ALL TIME is NOW
My playlist from part two of Episode #008,
Sept 2nd 2011
the first week of September...

GUEST: Artist Lynda Kay
Special Guest for the full hour, singer Lynda Kay. Originally from Texas, singer-song writer Lynda's most recent debut Long Player, Dream My Darling received 5 out of 5 stars and was labeled "Essential" in COUNTRY MUSIC PEOPLE MAGAZINE UK.

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GUEST: Promoter Kim Grant
Special Guest for the full hour, promoter Kim Grant. Originally from Chicago, promoter Kim runs the legendary Americana, concert series, The Grand 'Ol Echo in Silverlake.

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GUEST: Artist Levi Nunez
Special Guest for the full hour, Old Californio keyboard player, Levi Nunez.  Old Californio recently released their third Long Player, Sundrunk Angels"The time is right to jump on the bandwagon and take a ride." - Chip Frazier TWANGVILLE

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GUEST: Artist Grant Langston
Special Guest for the full hour, singer song-writer, blogger, Grant Langston. Originally from Alabama, singer song-writer Grant is currently recording his sixth Long Player, Royal Monaco.

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1. STAND UP MAN by Grant Langston & The Supermodels
SPECIAL GUEST: The lead track from Grant's most recent 2009 Long Player, Stand Up Man"Grant Langston & The Supermodels are the missing link between trad C&W and the modern, 'alt' variant." - The Guardian UK
2. TELL ME WHY by Neil Young
THIS WEEK in 1970: From Neil's third Long Player, After The Gold RushNot only of the best Rock LP's of all time, but one of the best Americana LP's of all time. 
3. BEACOUPS OF BLUES by Ringo Starr with The Jordanaires
THIS WEEK in 1970: Ringo's debut solo single from his second Long Player of the same name. Recorded in Nashville with Elvis Presley's backing vocalists Gospel Legends, The Jordanaires. Only released as a single in North America and Germany.

4. WILD HORSES by Flying Burrito Brothers
The Flying Burrito Brothers version of the Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers era  classic came out a full year BEFORE the Stones version.
5. A COOL PLACE IN THE LIGHT by Old Californio
SPECIAL GUEST: One of Southern California's best new Americana bands. The first track from the brand new Old Californio Long Player, Sundrunk Angels.
THIS WEEK in 1968: The lead single from the ground breaking Long Player, Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Written by Bob Dylan, this version came out three years prior to any Dylan recording released. New band member, Gram Parsons has a huge influence on the sound and direction of The Byrds.
7. DREAM MY DARLING by Lynda Kay
SPECIAL GUEST: The female Roy Orbison. The lead track from Lynda's 2010 Long Player, Dream My Darling.
8. DISCOVER ME by Gwendolyn
SPECIAL GUEST: Kim Grant's choice of new Southern California Americana... Gwendolyn, the co-score composer of the hit TV show, Weeds. From Gwendolyn's upcoming (Sept 20, 2011) Long Player, Bright Light.
9. THE SCIENTIST by Willie Nelson
THIS WEEK in 2011: Willie covers Coldplay's "The Scientist" for a good cause. Benefit single for Chipotle Mexican Grill. 
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10. GHOST ON THE CANVAS by Glen Campbell
THIS WEEK in 2011: The lead track from Glen Campbell's brand new and final, Long Player, Ghost on the Canvas. Written by Paul Westerberg (The Replacements). Glen will tour behind this LP until he can't tour no more.

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