Sunday, January 30, 2011

We Like Kids! - January 30, 2011

We Like Kids! Playlist
January 30, 2011

Childrens Dental Health Month

Us Kids Brush Our Teeth - Peter Alsop
You Brush Your Teeth - Rachel Sumner
Gargle & Spit - Steve Pullara
Here Come My Teeth - Brady Rymer
Brush Your Teeth - Two of a Kind
I Don't Brush My Teeth - Barry Louis Polisar
The Old Family Toothbrush - Susie Tallman
Braces - Jonathan Sprout
Brush Your Teeth - Billy Jonas
Time to Brush Our Teeth - Brady Rymer
The Lion & the Mouse - Heather Forest
Wiggly Tooth - Wayne Potash
My Dentist Is Awefully Nice Man - Barry Louis Polisar
Loose Tooth - Tom Chapin
Loose Tooth - Jonathan Sprout
I Lost the Tooth I Lost - Justin Roberts
Tooth Fairy - Rosenshontz
I Lost My Tooth - Fred Koch
Don't Forget to Floss - Steve Pullara
I Brush My Teeth - Miss Carole

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Jazz Beat, January 29, 2011


1. ARTIST: The Buck Clayton Swing Band.
SONG: "Scorpio."
ALBUM: "Live From Greenwich Village, NYC." 1996.

2.ARTIST: Frank Rosolini.
SONG: "Here's That Rainy Day, Stardust Medley."
ALBUM:"Trombone Heaven, Vancouver, 1978."

3. ARTIST: Frank Rosolini.
SONG: "Well You Needn't."
ALBUM: "Trombone Heaven, Vancouver, 1978."

4. ARTIST: Albert Magelsdorff
SONG: 'Ant Stepping On An Elephant's Toe."
ALBUM: "Trilogue Live." 1976.

5. ARTIST: The Nuclear Whales.
SONG: "When Night's Shadows Fall."
ALBUM: "Isotopia."

6. ARTIST: Jack Teagarden
SONG: "I Cover The Waterfront."
ALBUM: "That's A Serious Thing." 1990

7. ARTIST: Glenn Miller.
SONG: "Sting Of Pearls."
ALBUM: "Chatanooga Choochoo, The #1 Hits."
8. ARTIST: Billy Taylor & Gerry Mulligan.
SONG: "Stompin' At The Savoy."
ALBUM: "Live At McG."

9. ARTIST: Larry Coryell.
SONG: "Panama."
ALBUM: "Live From Bahai."

10. ARTIST: Larry Coryell.
SONG: "Veracruz."
ALBUM: "Live From Bahai."

11. ARTIST: David Boswell
SONG: "Bridge Of Art."
ALBUM: "Bridge Of Art."

12. ARTIST: The Nuclear Whales.
SONG: "Lush Life."
ALBUM: "Gone Fission."

13. ARTIST: Kai Winding
SONG: "You Don't Know What Love Is."
ALBUM: "Jay & Kai + 6."

14. ARTIST: Kai Winding
SONG: "A Night In Tunisia."
ALBUM: "Jay & Kai + 6."

15. ARTIST: Jim Cleveland.
SONG: "A Jazz Ballad."
ALBUM: "Cleveland Style."

16. ARTIST: Jim Cleveland.
SONG: "Goodbye Ebbets Field."
ALBUM: "Cleveland Style."

17. ARTIST: Jack Teagarden.
SONG: "St. James Infirmary."
ALBUM: "The Club Hangover Broadcast.

18. ARTIST: Tim Newman
SONG: "Goodbye Porkpie Hat."
ALBUM: "Altered Ego."

19. ARTIST: Ah-Q Jazz Arkestra
SONG: "Yi Nian."
ALBUM: "Yi Nian."

Mudlark Sampler

Host - Jack Fontanella

Turn Your Radio On, Blue Sky Boys
Been to the East Been to the West, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
Christmastime in the Morning, The Knuckle Knockers, The Knuckle Knockers
Hound Chase, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
Miss Brown, Soundwagon, Give the Fiddler a Dram
Taxes on the Farmer Feed Them All, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker

Wagoner, Erin Marshall, Back Up and Push
Broke Down Gambler, The Tallboys, Around the Bend
Old Kimball, Molly Tenenbaum, Goose and Gander
Hobb Dye, Dead Fiddlers Society, Livin' It Up
John Hardy, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker

Backstep Cindy, Tom, Brad and Alice, Holly Ding
Bankhead Blues, Soundwagon, Give the Fiddler a Dram
Dinah, The Knuckle Knockers, The Knuckle Knockers

Goin' Across the Sea, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
High Up on Tug, Jason and Pahris Romero, Back Up and Push
Brown's Dream, Nadine Landry and Stephen "Sammy" Lind, Granddad's Favorites
Scandalous and a Shame, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
Home from Mt. Airy, Evie Laden, Float Downstream

Shelvin Rock, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
Chinquapin Hunting, The Government Issue Orchestra, The Government Issue Orchestra
I Saw a Wayworn Traveler, The Government Issue Orchestra
Forked Deer, Cliffhangers, On the Edge
Boogerman, Wandering Ramblers, Wandering and Rambling
Nancy Rowland, Soundwagon, Give the Fiddler a Dram

Down on Me, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
Tennessee Mountain Fox Chase, The MacCrae Sisters Old Sledge
Boatin' Up the Sandy, The Tallboys, Rubber Dolly
Old Sledge, The MacCrae Sisters, Old Sledge
Hellbound for Alabama, Freight Hoppers, Mile Marker
January 28, 2011

Una Vita Non Basta!
One Lifetime is Not from Italian/Americans and Italy itself

Dino Paul Crocetti aka Dean Martin: That's Amore, Return to Me
Frances Albert Sinatra aka Frank Sinatra: Forget Domani
Walden Robert Perciville Cassotto aka Bobby Darin: Beyond the Sea
Angela Maria DeFranco aka Ani DeFranco: Both Hands
Gwen Stefani: Cool
Stephani Joanne Angelina Germanotta aka Lady Gaga: Poker Face
Madonna Loiuse Ciccone aka Madonna: La Isla Bonita
Cyndi Lauper: Sally's Pigeons
Johnette Napolitano: Dancing Barefoot
Chris Isaak: Wicked Game
Francis Casteluccio aka Frank Valli and the Four Seasons: Working My Way Back to You
Salvatore Bono aka Sonny Bono and Cher: I Got You Babe
Ennio Morricone: Theme from "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
Henry Mancini: Theme from "The Pink Panther"
Chuck Mangione: Theme from "Cannonball Run"
Pavlo: Never On Sunday
Riccardo Tesi: Il Battagliero
Gianmaria Testa: Dentro la Tasca di un Qualunga Mattino (Inside the Pocket of Any Morning)
Taken: Franziska
Vinicio Capossela: Si e Spento il Sole (The Sun has Gone Out)
Agicantus: Spunta lu Soli (The Sun is Rising)
Novalia: Ebla
La Cipa Rusa: La Torinese
Calic: Un Poeta
Constance Franconero aka Connie Francis: Arrivederci Roma

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

1-25-11 Tideline

Tony Monaco - Acid Wash
Al Molina - Joey D.
Al Molina - Tomcat
Al Molina - Boppin' La Conga
Tony Monaco - Gramp's Blues
Al Molina - Claudette
Tony Monaco - Pick Up the Pieces
The Lello Molinari Quintet - First Dance
The Lello Molinari Quintet - The Mingus I knew
The Lello Molinari Quintet - Hey, Open Up!
Cody Moffett - Blues Connotation
The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues in A minor
The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues in H (B)
Red Mitchell - Talking
Grover Mitchell - Hip Shakin'
Red Mitchell - I'm Old Fashioned
Grover Mitchell - No More Rat Race
Red Mitchell - Pennies for Sue

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Thursday Tideline with Katie B. 1-20-11

Joni Mitchell
Turn Me on I'm a Radio
Greatest Hits

Hocus Pocus

Calamity Song
The King is Dead

Cee Cee James
Love Makes Change
Low Down Where the Snakes Crawl

Rick Nelson
She Belongs To Me
20th Century Masters
Best of Rick Nelson
Millenium collection

Bob Dylan
All along the Watchtower
Best of Mono recordings collection

Harper Simon
All I have are Memories
Harper Simon

Fleet Foxes
Blue Ridge Mountains
Fleet Foxes


Devendra Banhart
What Will Be

Rolling Stones
Faraway Eyes
Some Girls

Rolling Stones
Before They Make Me Run
Some Girls

Carli Hayes
She Left Me for Jesus
Trouble in Mind

Man in the Moon
Best of Rem

Steve Earle
Halo Round the Moon
Trascendtal Blues

Thin Lizzy
Dancing in the Moonlight
Dedication: The Very Best of Thin Lizzy

Rolling Stones
Moonlight Mile
Sticky Fingers

Eric Bibb
A Ship Called Love

Steve Miller Band
Don't Cha Know

Nominated for Blues Rock Album of the Year

Gregg Allman
I cant be satisfied
low country blues

Eric Bibb
Booker's Guitar
Booker's Guitar

Ray Wylie Hubbard
B. Endarkenment
C. Hint: There is No C
Title Track

Steve Earle and Justin Townes Earle
Time You Waste
Just an American Boy

The Decembrists
January Hymn
The King is Dead

The National Side

Tideline 19 Jan. 2011

Kickin' it with your host, Angelina with special co-host tonight, Dave!

Tonight was a sampling and tribute to several New Orleans musicians (Dave Bartholomew, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Treme Soundtrack) being honored this weekend in New Orleans by Offbeat Weekly for their rich musical contributions. Dave Bartholomew is being recognized for his lifetime achievement to the musical history of New Orleans through jazz, swing, jump blues, R&B, as well as, writer and producer of many songs. A sampling of those songs were played tonight...*

Honey Chile (Fats Domino)*
Walking to New Orleans (Fats Domino)*
Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Larry Williams)*
Iko Iko (The Dixie Cups)*
Blue Monday (Dave Bartholomew)
The Monkey (Dave Bartholomew)

Going Back to New Orleans (Deacon John)
Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Trombone Shorty & James Andrews)
At The Foot of Canal Street (John Boutte)
I Hope Your Coming Back to New Orleans (The New Orleans Jazz Vipers)

Basin Street Blues (Dr. John)
Tin Roof Blues (Louis Armstrong)
Bourbon Street Parade (James & Troy Andrews)
It's All Over Now (Dirty Dozen Brass Band)

'Taint Nobody's Business (Preservation Hall Jazz Band w/Steve Earle)
Freight Train (Preservation Hall Jazz Band w/Ani DiFranco)
Old Rugged Cross (Preservation Hall Jazz Band w/Brandi Carlile)
Tootie Ma is a Big Fine Thing (Preservation Hall Jazz Band w/Tom Waits)

Bright Lights, Big City (Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis)
Georgia On My Mind (Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis)
Baby, Won't You Please Come Home (Topsy Chapman & The Pros)
St. James Infirmary Blues (Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band)

Now you have Jazz (Louis Armstrong - live)
Monday Night in New Orleans (Kermit Ruffins)
Just A Closer Walk with Thee (Treme Brass Band)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Tideline 1-18-11

Lew Del Gatto and Bob Keller - Doodle Oodle, Blue Hodge and Mama Flosie
Corina Bartra - El Dorado and Una Larga Noche
Michael's Jazz Quartet - selections from "Woody-n-Me"
Brad Mehldau - Get Happy
George Gee Big Band - Autumn Leaves (featuring Carla Cook)
Bruce Forman - Autumn Nocturn
Brad Mehldau - When It Rains, Paranoid Android, Exit Music (For A Film)

Sunday, January 16, 2011

A Little Bit of Broadway

Mamma Mia!

It’s been cold, so very, very cold, and although I have several new shows to play, most of them are depressing and I just can’t take depressing in this cold windy weather. So I went looking for tropical musicals. I ended up in Greece. Mamma Mia is a jukebox musical, with the plot structured to fit the songs. And what songs! The music of ABBA defines a generation, and you just can’t not dance when you hear it.

Today we are listening to the 1999 Broadway cast recording. There are differences from the film version. Mostly the songs are in different places, as the movie changed the plot slightly.

So let’s dance, keep warm, and enjoy Mamma Mia!

Music Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson
Lyrics Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson
Book Catherine Johnson
Basis ABBA jukebox musical

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Jazz Beat, January 15, 2011


1. ARTIST: Keef Jackson's Fast Citizens
SONG: "Signs."
ALBUM: "Ready Everyday."

2. ARTIST: Nordic Connect
SONG: "Seafever."
ALBUM: "Flurry."

3. ARTIST: Mukta
SONG: Seven Voyages."
ALBUM: "Haveli."

4. ARTIST: Mojo, The Generations Big Band
SONG: "Greetings and Salutations."
ALBUM: "First Cut."

5. ARTIST: Mojo, The Generations Big Band
SONG: "Oclupaca."
ALBUM: "First Cut."

6. ARTIST: Mojo, The Generations Big Band
SONG: "Love For Sale."
ALBUM: "First Cut."

7. ARTIST: Benny Goodman & His Orchestra
SONG: "Sing, Sing, Sing."
ALBUM: "I'm Beginning To See The Light; Dance Hits from WWII."

8. ARTIST: Count Basie & His Orchestra
SONG: "Taxi War Dance."
ALBUM: "I'm Beginning To See The Light; Dance Hits from WWII."

===============================================================8 P.M.

9. ARTIST: Tommy Dorsey
SONG: "Swanee River."
ALBUM: "Yes, indeed!"

10. ARTIST: Tommy Dorsey
SONG: "Moonlight On The Ganges."
ALBUM: "Yes, indeed!"

11. ARTIST: Harry James & His Orchestra.
SONG: "I'm Beginning To See The Light."
ALBUM: "I'm Beginning To See The Light; Dance Hits from WWII."

12. ARTIST: Artie Shaw & His Orchestra
SONG: "Frenesi."
ALBUM: "I'm Beginning To See The Light; Dance Hits from WWII."

13. ARTIST: Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
SONG: "In The Mood."
ALBUM: "I'm Beginning To See The Light; Dance Hits from WWII."

14. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG: "Cherokee."
ALBUM: "Michel Petrucciani."

15. ARTIST: The Bad Plus
SONG: "We Are The Champions."
ALBUM: "Blunt Objects, Live In Tokyo."

16. ARTIST: Jason Adasiewicz
SONG: "Warm Valley."
ALBUM: "Sun Rooms."

17. ARTIST: The Horace Silver Quintet
SONG: "Que Pasa?"
ALBUM: "Song For My Father."

18. ARTIST: Shu Mei
SONG: "Molihua."
ALBUM: "Jazz Canvas Asian Memories."

19. ARTIST: Henry Mancini
SONG: "Blues For Mothers."
ALBUM: "Peter Gunn."

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Thursday Tideline with Katie B. 1-13-11

Johnny Cash and June Carter
Live at Folsom Prison

Buddy Tabor
Year of Jubilee

Steve Miller Band
Hey Yeah
with Paul Henry and Jimmie Vaughn
in memory of Norton Buffalo

Gregg Allman
Blind Man
Low Country Blues

Blind Man
Last Exit

Rolling Stones
Following the River
Link to video:

Review of Exile on Mainstreet:

Rolling Stones
Wild Horses
Waiting on a Friend

Catch the Wind
Greatest Hits-album
Donavan on "living in the now:

Andrew Bird
Live eP
Itunes Session

Gregg Allman
I Believe I'll go Back Home
Low Country blues

Justin Townes Earle
Harlem River Blues
Harlem River Blues

Mavis Staples (Jeff Tweedy)
You are not alone

Eric Bibb
Tell Riley
Concord Music Group Sampler
Booker's Guitar

Ruth Moody
Cold Outside
The Garden

Harper Simon
Shooting Star
Harper Simon
Aurora and Solar Winds Forecast

Johnny Cash
I Still Miss Someone
Live at Folsom Prison

Abigail Washburn
City of Refuge

R Kelly
Love Letter
Love Letter

Aloe Blacc
You Make Me Smile
Good Things

Dean Martin
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
A Winter Romance

Showroom of Compassion

Norah Jones

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Stormy Weather with Katie B. 1-12-11

The Winter
Showroom of Compassion

Peter Bradley
Family Name
Free Sampler
Amazon dot Com

Beach House
Teen Dream

Andrew Bird
Oh No -live

Harper Simon
Shooting Star
Harper Simon

Eric Clapton
Travelin' Alone

Neil Young
Walk with Me
Le Noise

Neil Young
The Painter

Joni Mitchell
Case of you
Both Sides Now

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Desert Song

Arcade Fire
Sprawl 2 mountains upon mountains
The Suburbs

Led Zeppelin
Immigrant Song

Ray LaMontagne and the Prarie Dogs
Like Rock and Roll Radio
God willin' and the Creek Don't Rise

Johnny Cash
Folsom Prison Blues

John Lennon
Nobody loves you when you're down and out
Hear Music Opus collection
Rel 2006

Sean Lennon
Jardin du Luxemborg
Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

Fleet Foxes
Ragged Wood
Fleet Foxes

Buddy Guy and Derek Trucks
Skin Deep
Skin Deep

Eric Clapton
feat. Derek Trucks
Rockin Chair

Buddy Guy and BB King
Stay Around a Little Longer
Stay Around a Little Longer

Steve Miller Band
Sweet Soul Vibe
with Jimmy Vaughn and Nile Rodgers

Greg Allman
Low Country Blues
Low Country Blues

NPR First Listen
Free to listen on line through Jan. 1

Kris Eli Jones
If You're Ever Heading out my Way

Joni Mitchell
Stormy Weather
Both Sides Now

Tideline 12 Jan. 2011

Kickin' it with your host, Angelina:

Scratch My Back (Omar Coleman)
Times Are Getting Hard (Henry Gray)
Tou' Les Jours C'est Pas La Meme (Everyday is not the same) (Carol Fran featuring David Egan)
Can't Do Nothing Babe (Little Freddie King)

Yonder Come The Blues (Maria Muldaur)
Barbeque Bess (Patti LaBelle)
Round and Round (Bonnie Raitt)
One Monkey (Don't Stop No Show) (Francine Reed)

Express Yourself (Charles Wright & The 103rd Watt Street Band)
Hey Porter (Johnny Cash)
Bonnie Parker's Ballad (The Laura Blackley Band)
Car Wheels On A Gravel Road (Lucinda Williams)

Creepin' In (Norah Jones)
New Orleans (Trampled by Turtles)
Mixtape (Tift Merritt)
Tighten Up (The Black Keys)

In State (Kathleen Edwards)
Workshirts & Turpentine (Rod Picott)
Hot August Evening (The Biscuit Burners)
Why (Thad Cockrell w/Tift Merritt)

Two (Ryan Adams)
It Ain't the Wind, It's the Rain (Mary Gautier)
Small Town Parade (Laura Gibson)
Never Said Goodbye (Ruth Moody)
Tell Me (Ruth Moody)

A Common Disaster (The Cowboy Junkies)
One Day (KT Tunstall)

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Tideline 1-11-11

David Gilden - Distant Strings
Sarah Harmer - The Marble In Your Eye
Sarah Harmer - The City
Sarah Harmer - New Loneliness
Matt Costa - Drive
Matt Costa - Mobile Chateau
Vusi Mahlasela - Selections from "Say Africa"
Cady Finlayson & Vita Tanga - Itchy Fingers
Mustafa Ali - Snowy Raga
Cal Scott & Kevin Burke - Clancy's/Flexible Flyer
Celtic Gathering - City of Chicago
Natasha Borzilova - Rechka
Alcides Rodriguez - Veguero Nuevo
James Justin Burke - The Rescue
James Justin Burke - You're Not Alone
Coyote Grace - Man In the Moon
Hanneke Cassel - Selections from "For Reasons Unseen"
Scott Schwertfeger - Bull Run

Sunday, January 9, 2011

A Little Bit of Broadway


There’s new biography of Gypsy Rose Lee. Karen Abbott has written a book about this extraordinary entertainer. Her book is: "American Rose: A Nation Laid Bare, The Life and Times of Gypsy Rose Lee." You can hear or read the interview Scott Simon did with the author yesterday on Weekend Edition. I particularly liked his intro: To say that Gypsy Rose Lee was a stripper is a bit like calling Frank Sinatra a saloon singer.

So today we are listening to Gypsy, the story of how Louise became Gypsy Rose Lee. This is the original cast recording, with Ethel Merman as Mama Rose, Jack Klugman as Herbie, Lane Bradbury as June (who became June Havoc) and Sandra Church as Louise.

Based on: Gypsy: A Memoir by Gypsy Rose Lee
Book: Arthur Laurents
Music: Jule Styne
Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Thursday Tideline Special: Hadestown Folk Opera

Happy Little Christmas!

Anais Mitchell
Song of the Magi
The Brightness

Folk Opera
by Anais Mitchell
Greg Brown
Ani DiFranco
Justin Vernon
Ben Knox Miller
The Haden Triplettes

Greg Brown
Poet Game
If I had Known
Essential Recordings

Ani DiFranco
Studying Stones
Knuckle Down

The Low Anthem
Ben Knox Miller
Charlie Darwin

Bon Iver
(Justin Vernon)

Anais Mitchell
The Brightness

Kris Eli Jones
High Country
North Winds
album is livestreamed at

Joe Pug

Everything but the Girl
25th December
This is Christmas! collection

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Tideline 5 Jan. 2011

Kickin' it with your host, Angelina:

Just spending a little time with a few talented musicians this evening... thanks for joining me.

Kevin Gordon
(Cadillac Jack's #1 Son)
Company Car
Lucy and Andy Drove to Arkansas
Down to the Well (Down to the Well)
Watching the Sun Go Down (O Come Look at the Burning)
Casino Road (Salvage & Drift, Vol. 1)

Buddy & Julie Miller
Holding Up the Sky
Dirty Water
Forever Has Come to an End
You Make My Heart Beat Too Fast

Ryan Adams
Nobody Girl
New York, New York

Meg Mackey (New music - you heard it here first on KRNN!)
Fighter, Lover and the Blues

Mavis Staples
(You Are Not Alone)
Too Close/On My Way to Heaven
Last Train

Rod Picott
Sinner's Prayer
Something in Spanish

Blackie and The Rodeo Kings
(Swinging from the Chains of Love)
Lean on Your Peers
Folsom Prison Blues

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Tideline 1-4-11

Chris Thile - Song for a Young Queen, Slime Rock and Holdin' Down The Fort
Nickel Creek - Ode To A Butterfly, When In Rome, Best of Luck
Psychograss - Little Jaco
Mike Marshall and Chris Thile - Something Quite Trifling
Psychograss - Big Gravel, High Ham
Darol Anger - Melt the Teakettle, The Ramblin' Barber
Mark O'Connor - Fiddlin' Around, Limerock, Orange Blossom Special, Sally Johnson, Devil Comes Back to Georgia
Mark O'Connor's Hot Swing Trio - Selections from In Full Swing

Monday, January 3, 2011

A Little Bit of Broadway
January 2, 2011

Due to the extended Metropolitan Opera presentation, it was truly a little bit of Braodway; the abbreviated show featured selections from Forbidden Broadway, the Off-Broadway revue created, written, and directed by Gerard Alessandrini. The orginal version of the revue opened on January 15, 1982 and ran for 2,332 performances. To date, the show in various editions has played over 9,000 performances, and has toured over 200 American cities as well as London, Tokyo, Singapore and Sydney. In 2006, the show and Alessandrini were awarded Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre.

Forbidden Broadway Volume 2: The Rain in Spain; America/Chita-Rita; More Miserable Sequence
Forbidden Broadway Volume 3: Return to Merman and Martin; You Got Trouble
Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back: Ethel Merman and Sunset Boulevard; Be Depressed
Forbidden Broadway Special Victims Unit: Wickeder

Sunday, January 2, 2011

December 31, 2010
New Year's Eve...a time of looking back and looking forward
Music from The Big Chill soundtracks

Marvin Gaye: I Heard it through the Grapevine
Temptations: My Girl
Rascals: Good Lovin'
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles: Tracks of My Tears
3 Dog Night: Joy to the World
Temptations: Ain't Too Proud to Beg
Aretha Franklin: Natural Woman
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles: I Second that Emotion
Procol Harum: Whiter Shade of Pale
CCR: Bad Moon Rising
Beach Boys: Wouldn't it Be Nice
Four Tops: It's the Same old Song
Percy Sledge: When a Man Loves a Woman
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas: Dancing in the Street
Marvin Gaye: What's Going On
Racals: In the Midnight Hour
Steve Miller Band: Quicksilver Girl
The Spencer Davis Group: Gimme Some Lovin'
Marvelettes: Too Many Fish in the Sea
The Band: The Weight

And a little extra Motown:
Gary U.S. Bonds: New Orleans, Take Me Back to New Orleans, Quarter to Three
Mary Wells: Two Lovers
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas: Jimmy Mack
Temptations: Cloud Nine, Ball of Confusion, Just My Imagination

We Like Kids! - January 2, 2011

We Like Kids!
Sunday, JanuAry 2, 2011

The Moment I Saw You - Nicollette Larson & Graham Nash
Little Brand New Baby - Tom Paxton
Baby Mine - Dumbo
Litte Bitty Baby - Peter Himmelman
Baby Had a Banjo - Herb Pederson
Everybody Loves My Baby - Asylum Street Spankers
It Takes Two to Make One - Rozenshontz
Someone New in My House - Sooz
Abiyoyo - Pete Seeger
All I Really Want to do is Dance - Oran Elkin
I Love my Family - Peter Alsop
House Rules - Jeremy Plays Guitar
The Boy Who Hid in a Peanut - Bill Harley
So, So Happy - Debbie & Friends
It's a Big World - Renee & Jeremy
Shoo Lie Loo - Eizabeth Mitchell