Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Tideline 29 AUG 2012 (with Angelina)

Kickin' it with your host, Angelina:

Tonight we're honoring the people and music of New Orleans and Lousiana on the 7 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina...and hopefully sending Hurricane Isaac away.

Ramblin' Man (Hank Williams)
I Can't Get You Off Of My Mind (Bob Dylan pays tribute to Hank Williams)

Country Roads (Ryan Bingham)
Boracho Station (Ryan Bingham)
Mexico City (Jolie Holland)
Old Fashioned Morphine (Jolie Holland)

Mean Old Man (Jerry Lee Lewis)
Baby Scratch My Back (Slim Harpo)
Big Shot (Dr. John)

Been A Lot of Rain (Deering and Down)
Lake Charles (Lucinda Williams)

Down At The Twist and Shout (Mary Chapin-Carpenter)
Fever for the Bayou (Tab Benoit)
Maison Creole (CC Adcock)
The Flood (Eilen Jewell)

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (Preservation Hall Jazz Band with Paolo Nutini)
Tou' Les Jours C'est Pas La Meme (Carol Fran)
Times Are Getting Hard (Henry Gray)
Tipitina (Professor Longhair)

Lucky Devil (Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns)
Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Trombone Shorty & James Andrews)
Louisiana Fairytale (Preservation Hall Jazz Band w/Yim Yames)

Walking to New Orleans (Fats Domino)
Basin Street Blues (Louis Prima)
Dream a Little Dream (Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald)

Soundings - August 29, 2012 ( 10 am - noon)

Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - Dr. John
Body & Soul - Diana Krall
Blue Monk - Abbey Lincoln
Can't Keep Living Like This - Joanne Shaw

Cry Me A River - Crystal Gale
Blame It On My Youth, I've Grown Accustomed to His Face - Betty Buckley
Move Over Sunshine - Lauren Kinhan
I Want You - Patricia O'Callaghan Gryphon Trio

How Long Has This Been Going On? - Benny Goodman & Peggy Lee
I'd Rather Go Blind - Etta James
I'll Be Seeing You - Billy Holiday

Lemon Pie - Shemekia Copeland
Tell Me Baby - Karen Lovely
Hug Yourself - Teresa James & the Rythym Tramps
Help Mother Nature - Sandy Carroll

Wade in the Water - Tedeschi Trucks Band
Clouds in My Heart - Muddy Waters/The Rolling Stones
Tired of Being a Housewife - John Lee Hooker, Jr.
So What the Fuss - Stevie Wonder
One Person At A Time - Jonny Lang

Better Man - Keb' Mo'
Tell Riley - Eric Bibb
Baby What You Want Me to Do - Grandpa Elliot

Wednesday Crosscurrents 8/29

Host - John Gaguine

I got married two weeks ago!  So here's some music for Cindy, my sweetheart and new wife, and a lot of other assorted stuff with no overall theme.  Thanks to John Sivertsen for filling in for me the last two weeks.

Elvis - Can't Help Falling in Love
Elton John - Your Song
Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

Cowboy Junkies - three cuts from their CD Rarities, B-Sides and Slow, Sad Waltzes - Five Room Love Story (Michael Timmins), If You've Gotta Go Go Now (Bob Dylan), The Water Is Wide (trad.)

Boz Scaggs - I'll Be Long Gone, Sweet Release
Patti Austin - Look What You've Done to Me (Scaggs)

Scott McKenzie, who passed away recently - San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair) (John Phillips)
Ringo Starr - It Don't Come Easy

Some songs for the late Neil Armstrong
R.E.M. - Man on the Moon
Byrds - Mr. Spaceman
Kate Bush - Rocket Man (Elton John and Bernie Taupin)
David Bowie - Space Oddity

Two more for Cindy
George Harrison - What Is Life?
Paul Mc Cartney - Maybe I'm Amazed

Some Leonard Cohen songs
Jennifer Warnes - Famous Blue Raincoat, Coming Back to You
Judy Collins - Bird on a Wire

Grateful Dead - Turn on Your Lovelight

Monday, August 27, 2012

Friends&Neighbors Aug 22 2012

Some of what you heard:

Pigs in the Pipeline
Brave Alaska, wild and free
    from Linda Crider  Men of the Sea: Songs of Alaska

and from Barefoot

Gray Eagle
Granny Killed A Woodchuck
Hook and Line
    from Lee Sexton Whoa Mule

Plus tu tournes
   from the ZoZo Sisters (Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy) Adieu, False Heart

Cold Missouri Waters
Dance as You Go
   from James Keelaghan  A Recent Future
My Skies
   from James Keelaghan  My Skies

Peace Comin'
Requiem for a Poor Boy
  from Michael Garner Angels Wear the Strangest Clothes

What They Say
   from Chris Smither   Hundred Dollar Valentine

Monday Tideline with Katie B. Aug. 27, 2012

Beach Boys
Think about the Days
That's Why God Made the Radio
That's Why God Made the Radio

John Elliott
End of Summer Cigarettes
American in Love

Alabama Shakes
I Ain't the Same
Boys  & Girls

Jack White
I'm Shakin'

Watch Her Move
Peter Wolf
Midnight Souveniers

Passion Pit
On MyWay

Dan Bern
Love Makes all the Worlds Go Around

The Civil Wars
Dance me to the End of Love
Barton Hollow

Leonard Cohen
Ain't No Cure for Love
Live in London

Regina  Spektor
Don't Leave Me
What we Saw from the Cheap Seats

J Geils Band

The Rocket Summer
Life Will Write the Words

Slipping Away
Not Quite Yours

Dean Martin
On an Evening in Roma
The Best of Dean Martin
1990, 2002

Amada Mia, Amore Mio
The Starlight Orchestra
To Rome with Love

Lionne La Havas
Is Your Love Big Enough

The Shins
It's Only Life
Port Morrow

 Florence and the Machine
Only if for a Night

Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons
I've Been Accused
Old Believers

 Blind Pilot
We are the Tide
We are the Tide

Micah Dalton
Bad Blood
Blue Frontier

Tallest Man on Earth
To Just Grow Away
There's No Leaving Now

Close My Eyes
The Fourth Wall

The Deep Dark Woods
The Place I Left Behind
Best of What's Next

Irene Muller
Make you feel My Love

Three for Three
Inaugural Edition!
Theme: Painting a Picture

Lost in the Trees
Song for The Painter

Eddie Vedder

The Kiss Away Trail

Three for Three is a New Weekly Feature
on Monday Tideline with Katie B.
Send your three songs that go together to
or post on the KRNN or my Facebook page!

A Little Bit of Broadway

Sunday, August 26, 2012
With Sue B

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

A musical that breaks boundaries of form...more than a revue or cabaret, this show is really a one- musical with a cast of four, evealing teh opinions, insights, wit, and world view of Beliguim-born creator Jacques Brel. The songs are often described as 22-26 (depending on the production) one-act plays, that are hybrids of 18th and 19th century art songs coupled with 1960's protest songs. The songs speak of Brel's thoughts about the world and about being alive, specifically about the struggle to survive in our modern world. The central theme of the show is that no matter how overwhelming life can get--and it can get really overwhelming--we have a strength and a survival instinct that gets us through even the worst of it. That strenth and instince is optimism and love. After exploring themes of war and death, drugs, family, money, love and marriage, and the relentlessness of time, Brel ends with the powerfu "If We Only Have Love"...not romanticlove, or even the love of family and friends, but tolerance, respect, the love of the human race. This is a show about struggle, deep personal struggle and collective social struggle...and we need to know we are not alone in that struggle. Others have shared that struggle, and just as they have survived, so will we. It is a shared humanity that reassures us in our darkest times that we are not alone. (Notes from Scott Miller, Rebels with Applause: Broadways' Ground Breaking Musicals, 2001)

OCR 1975 with Elly Stone, Mort Shuman, Shawn Elliot and Alice Whitfiled

Saturday, August 25, 2012


1. ARTIST: Ryo Kawasaki
SONG: "Here, There & Everywhere."
ALBUM: "Solo Jazz Guitar."

2. ARTIST: Brad Mehldau
SONG: "Smile."
ALBUM: "Anything Goes."

3. ARTIST: Pat Metheny
SONG: "Pipeline."
ALBUM: "Anything Goes."

4. ARTIST: Santana

SONG: "Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile.)"
ALBUM: "The Essential Santana."

5. ARTIST:Leigh Barker & The New Sheiks

SONG: "Skip James II."
ALBUM: "Leigh Barker & The New Sheiks."

6. ARTIST: Terence Blanchard
SONG: "Chinatown."
ALBUM: "Jazz in Film."

7. ARTIST: Terence Blanchard
SONG: "The Subterraneans."
ALBUM: "Jazz in Film."

8. ARTIST: Terence Blanchard
SONG: "Anatomy of a Murder."
ALBUM: "Jazz in Film."

================ 8 P.M.
9. ARTIST: Vitaly Golovnev
SONG: "Never."
ALBUM: "To Whom It May Concern."

10. ARTIST: Jeff Raheb Contemporary Jazz Orchestra
SONG: " Tegea."
ALBUM: "Topaz Under Moon."
11. ARTIST: Larry Porter
SONG: "Moodscape."
ALBUM: "Silk Road Blues."

12.ARTIST:  Brad Mehldau
SONG: "Lament for Linus."
ALBUM: "Art of the Trio, Vol. 1, 1997."

13. ARTIST: Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
SONG: "You've Changed."
ALBUM: "One For All."

14. ARTIST: Bill Evans
SONG: "Bill's Hit Tune."
ALBUM: "Turn Out The Stars."

15. ARTIST: Avishai Cohen Trio
SONG: "Pinzin Kinzin."
ALBUM: "Gently Disturbed."

16. ARTIST: Ahmad Jamal
SONG: "Autumn Rain."
ALBUM: "Blue Moon." 2012

17. ARTIST: Jimmy Durante
SONG: "September Song."
ALBUM: "September Song."



Crosscurrents, Friday, August 24, 2012
With Sue B

Fabulous Fine Fantastic Funky Five-Star Friday
Today's music brought to you by the letter "F"!

Fixin' a hole-the beatles
Famous blue raincoat- leonard cohen
Feelin' stronger every day- chicago
c'mon marianne -Franki valli and the Four seasons
ain't no woman like the one i got- the Four tops
walkin' to new orleans -Fats domino
Feelin' alright- steve earle
Forever & ever amen- randy travis
Fortunate son- creedence clearwater revival
Fly like an eagle- steve miller band
Following the river - the rolling stones
Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (sad song) - otis redding
deeper love- aretha Franklin
Fire- the pointer sisters
Follow your bliss- b-52's
don't stop - Fleetwood mac
Faith- george michael
Follow you, Follow me - genesis
Faithfully - journey
Family man - hall & oates
Feels like the First time - Foreigner
Footloose - kenny loggins
Fade away and radiate - blondie
Freefallin' - tom petty
good thing - Fine young cannibals
Flagpole sitta- harvey danger
Fat cats keep getting Fatter- squirrel nut zippers
By request: Duck Tales theme
Family affair- sly and the family stone

Friday, August 24, 2012

Friday Afternoon Classics, August 24, 2012

Hosted by Larry West

Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757), Sonata in G, K. 91

Sono Luminus 2012

Franz Schubert, Symphony No. 4 in c, D. 417 (1816)
Hänssler Classic 2012

Heitor Villa-Lobos, Carnaval das çriancas brasileiras (1919-20)
Decca 2012

Philip Glass, String Quartet No. 3 (1985)
Sono Luminus 2012

Antonio Cartellieri (1772-1807), Symphony No. 3 in C
CPO 2012

Mily Balakirev, Nocturne No. 2 in b (1901)
Sono Luminus 2012

Mark Vigil, Trio for violin, clarinet and piano (1991-96)
Leslie Sawyer, violin; Carol Robe, clarinet; Art Maddox, piano
Sono Luminus 2012

John Blackwood McEwen, String Quartet No. 6 in A (1913)
Chandos 2003

ElliottCarter, Musicians Wrestle Everywhere (1945)
Terpsichore Records 2012

Oscar Lorenzo Fernândez, Tres Estudos em forma de Sonatina (1929)
Camargo Guarnieri, Dansa negra (1946)
Alexandre Levy, Tango Brasileiro (1890)
Nelson Freire, piano
Decca 2012

KennethFuchs, American Rhapsody (2008)
Naxos 2012

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Tideline 22 AUG 2012 (with Angelina)

Everything is Broken (Bob Dylan)
Telephone Road (Steve Earle)
Laid A Highway (Tift Merritt)
Parted Ways (Heartless Bastards)

Tennessee Me (Secret Sisters)
Emmylou (First Aid Kit)
One of these Days (Great American Taxi)

Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (Deering and Down)

I Found You (Alabama Shakes)
Living Proof (Buddy Guy)
Come on In My Kitchen (Chris Thomas King)

Death Letter Blues (Son House)

Tight Rope (Damon Fowler)
Gracefully (Vintage Trouble)
South Georgia Sugar Babe (Justin Townes Earle)
Still Feeling Blue (Kasey Chambers)

Trouble (Ray LaMontagne)

Bury My Troubles (Imelda May)
Little Dreams (Meg Mackey)

Oh Well That's What You Get For Falling in Love With A Cowboy (Lanie Lane)
The Weary Kind (Ryan Bingham)

Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
Son of a Preacher Man (Dusty Springfield)

Soundings August 22, 2012

Autumn - Carla Bruni
Dinah's Blues - China Moses
Mr. Pianoman - Ida Sand
Blue Monk - Abbey Lincoln
These Foolish Things - Billie Holiday
Wholly Cats - Benny Goodman

Boogie Chillen - John Lee Hooker
One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer - John Lee Hooker
The First Time I Met the Blues -  Little Brother Montgomery
She Moves Me - Muddy Waters
Something's Got A Hold of Me - Etta James

Sinner's Prayer - BB King & Ray Charles
Rock Me Baby - B.B.King
Rock Me Right - Susan Tedeschi
No Particular Place to Go - Chuck Berry

Soul Man - Blues Brothers
Tupelo Honey - Van Morrison
Mustang Sally - Buddy Guy
She Left Me a Mule - Big Joe Williams
So Long -Big Maybelle

Nick of Time - Bonnie Raitt

Got My Mojo Working - Muddy Waters
Blackbird - Chaise Lounge
Hug and Squeeze You - John Lee Hooker

Monday, August 20, 2012

Monday Tideline with Katie B. 8-20-12

Just Tell Me That You Want Me
Tribute Album to Fleetwood Mac
-Matt Sweeney and Bonnie Prince Billy
-Washed Out
Straight Back
-Tame Impala
That's All for Everyone
-Craig Wedren with St. Vincent
Sisters of the Moon
-The Kills
-Gardens and Villa
-The Cystal Ark
-Fleetwood Mac
World Turning

The Shins
No Way Down
Point of Morrow

Milo Greene
Don't You Give up on Me

Carole King
Pleasant Valley Sunday
The Legendary Demos
Rel. 2012

Charlie Mars
Let the Meter Run

Ray Wylie Hubbard
Home Grown Tomatoes
This One's For Him
Tribute to Guy Clark

Mark Stuart and the Bastard Sons
New Old Song

Sean Tracey
Thinking about Drinking

Death Cab for Cutie
Doors Unlocked and Open
Codes and Keys

(John Hughes Heldt)
Feels Right

Janka Nabay and the Bubu Gang

Beach Boys
Sloop John B.

Laura Viers
Summer is the Champion
July Flame

Peter Wolf and Neko Case
Green Fields of Summer
Midnight Souveniers

Frank Solivan and the Dirty Kitchen Band
Same Old Love

Claude Haye
Get Me Some

Blind Pilot
Half Moon
We are the Tide

Florence and the Machine
Remain Nameless

Tallest Man on Earth
Revelation Blues
There's No Leaving Now

The Decembrists
Sons and Daughters
The Crane Wife

Jason Mraz
The Freedom Song
Love is a 4 letter word

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10 a.m.

With DJ Trish C. It's National Radio Day - Let's hear it for community radio! KRNN Rules!!!!

We started out with songs about the radio and filled out the show with listener requests of songs they can remember first hearing on the radio.

Songs about or inspired by the radio:
Caravan = Van Morrison
Do You Remember Rock ‘N Roll Radio = Ramones
FM = Steely Dan
Mexican Radio = Wall of Voodoo
On The Radio = Donna Summer
On Your Radio = Joe Jackson
Radio Ga Ga = Queen
Radio Free Europe = REM
The Last DJ = Tom Petty
Turn Me On (I’m A Radio) = Joni Mitchell
Radio, Radio = Elvis Costello
We Want The Airwaves = Ramones
Radio Nowhere = Bruce Springsteen
WKRP Theme
Having A Party = Sam Cooke
The Radio = Dr. Hook
WOLD = Harry Chapin
Yesterday Once More = The Carpenters

By Listener Request:
What’s New Pussycat? = Tom Jones
Mr. Bojangles = The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Tin Soldier = The Small Faces
Stranger In A Strange Land = Leon Russell
What The World Needs Now = Jackie DeShannon
This Land Is You Land = Peter, Paul and Mary
Miracle = Jefferson Starship
While My Guitar Gently Weeps = George Harrison
Imagine = John Lennon
American Pie = Don McLean

A Little Bit of Broadway

A Little Bit of Broadway, Sunday August 19, 2012
With Sue B

The on-going drought this summer and its consequences means it's a good time to listen to Urinetown, a musical which debuted in 2005 and garnered three Tony Awards, for its cautionary take on the long-term impact of drought.

Urinetown (OCR 2005) with Hunter Foster and John Cullem

And in the 'if you liked Urinetown, you'll like this' category:

"Show People" from Curtains (OCR 2007) with David Hyde Pierce
"The Song that Goes Like This" from Spamalot (OCR 2005)
"Camelot/The Song That Goes Like This" from Forbidden Broadway: Rude Awakening

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Mudlark Sampler

Host -  Jack Fontanella

Open Up Them Pearly Gates, The Red State Ramblers, Commonwealth
Blackberry Blossum, Same as Above

Norman's Folly, The Austin Steamers
Johnson Boys, Dan Gellert & Brad Leftwich, A Moment in Time
Texasw Farewell, The Canote Brothers, Fiddletune Favorites
Back When, The Carper Family, Title Tune
Hook and Line, Lee Sexton, Whoa Mule

Rip Van Winkle, The Hoover Uprights, Known for Their Reputation
Troubles, Lonesome Sisters & Riley Baugus, Lonesome Scenes
Lady of the Lake, Aaron Jonah Lewis & Matt Ball, Phils Patio
Sewanee Mountainn Catfight, Old Crow Medicine Show, Carry Me back
Bill Brown, The Canotes, Fiddletune Favorites
House Carpenter, Lonesome Sisters, Lonesome Scenes

Parker, Brown, Jerry Correll, Headin' Up Elk Creek
Walk Along John To Kansas, Same as Above

Come Back Boys and Feed the Horses, Christian Wig & Mark Ward, Title
Dollar Bill, The Austin Steamers
Polly Put the Kettle On, Orpheus Supertones, Going to Town
Montana Cowboy, The Carper Family,  Back When
Old Jenny Rattletrap, Lee Sexton, Whoa Mule
Little Boy Workin' On the Road, The Kentucky Clodhoppers
Hound Chase, The Frieght Hoppers, Mile Marker
Far in the Mountain, Bruce Molsky & Bob Carlin, Banging and Sawing

Hellbound for Alabama, The Frieght Hoppers, Mile Marker
Turkey Sag, Jim Childress, Original Fiddle Tunes
Texas, Texas, Texas, The Carper Family,  Back When
Dark and Thorny is the Desert, The Lonesomr Sisters, Lonesome Scenes
Pretty Litte Widow, The Monks, Let Us Play
The Titanic, The Southern Schoolhouse Rascals, Old School Mountain Style

Richmond, Clare Milliner & Walt Koken, Just Tunes
Bootleggers Boy, Old Crow, Carry Me BackEchoes of the Ozarks, Dan Gellert and Brad Leftwich, A Moment in Time
Cousin sally Brown, The Kitgut Stringband, Rebel Raid

Friday, August 17, 2012

Cross Currents: Friday 8-10 a.m.

With DJ Trish C filling in for Ricky D on a Flashback Friday.

Flashback Blues, Quiet Man = John Prine

Pale Blue Eyes = The Velvet Underground
Feelin’ Alright, Empty Pages = Traffic
Things Are Gonna Change = Ray Davies

Man Of Constant Sorrow, An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down = Rod Stewart
All My Love, Ramble On = Led Zeppelin

Heard It In A Love Song = Marshall Tucker Band
Cold Shot, Little Wing = Stevie Ray Vaughn
Short Fat Fannie, Further On Up The Road= Johnny Winter with Paul Nelson and Jimmy Vivino

Never Ending Song Of Love, Only You Know And I Know - Delaney & Bonnie
Hold On! I’m Coming, Soul Man = Sam and Dave

Steppin’ Out = Joe Jackson
Every Little Thing She Does, Don’t Stand So Close = Police

Stand Back = Stevie Nicks
You Got Lucky = Tom Petty

Boogie On Reggae Woman, I Wish = Stevie Wonder

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

A Little Bit of Broadway
August 12, 2012 with Sue B

Honoring the musical legacy of Tony-award winning composer Marvin Hamlisch, who died August 6, 2012.

A Chorus Line (OCR 1975)
Mixing it up with a couple of 'creating an exact A Chorus Line dupicate' with the 2005 revival with Forbidden Broadway: Rude Awakening "God I Hope I Get It/One" and "What I Did for Love."
"They're Playing My Song" with Robert Klein from "They're Playing Our Song"

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Cross Currents: Tuesday 8-10a.m.

DJ Trish C filling in for Katie C.

Here Comes the Sun = Richie Havens
Sunshine of Your Love = Cream
Sunshine Superman = Donovan
Sunny = Bobby Hebb
Sunny Afternoon = The Kinks
I Can See Clearly Now = Jimmy Cliff
I Can See For Miles = The Who
Mr. Blue Sky = ELO

Our House = Madness
West End Girls = Pet Shop Boys
Little Bird = Annie Lennox
Father Figure = George Michael
Brighton Rock = Queen
Watching The Wheels = John Lennon
Pinball Wizard = The Who
Let’s Dance = David Bowie
Peace, Love and Understanding = Elvis Costello

River Deep Mountain High = Tina Turner
Take Me To The River = Al Green
Sara Smile = Hall And Oates
Melissa, Statesboro Blues = Allman Bros. Band

Candy, Real Wild Child = Iggy Pop
Suspicious Minds, A Little Less Conversation = Elvis Presley

Monday, August 13, 2012

Monday Tideline with Katie B. 13 Aug 2012

Florence and the Machine
All this and Heaven Too

Frank Turner
I Still Believe
England Keep my Bones

Ryan Bingham and the Dead Horses
Dylan's Hard Rain
Road House Sun

David Bowie and Stevie Ray Vaughn
Let's Dance
Solos, Sessions and Encores

The Airborne Toxic Event
Half of Something Else
The Airborne Toxic Event

Van Morrison
Crazy Love

Paolo Nutini
Growing up Beside You
Sunnyside Up

Dougie McClean
Banks and Braes

Old Crow Medicine Show
Bootleggers Boy
Carry Me Back

Beach Boys
Feel Flows
Almost Famous Soundtrack

Father John Misty
I'm Writing a Novel
Fear Fun

Fleet Foxes
Bedouin Dress
Helplessness Blues

The Who
My Generation
Meaty, Big and Bouncy

Regina Spektor
The Party
What we saw from the cheap seats

Rosanne Cash
Blue Moon with a Heartache
The Essential Rosanne Cash

Johnny Cash
I'm gonna sit on the porch and play my guitar
1979, 2002

Rosanne Cash
The World Unseen
Black Cadillac

Rosanne Cash, Time Traveler-ON BEING

Caroline Herring
Summer Song

Claude Haye
I love hate you
I love hate you

Jill Scott
The Light of the Sun

Cody Chestnutt
That's Still Mama

Elton John
Tiny Dancer
Almost Famous Soundtrack

Black Swans
Basket of Light

Robert Cray
Side Dish
Nothin' but Love

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10a.m.

With DJ TrishC. Listening to mini-concerts taken from live albums.

From The Band’s “Rock Of Ages” Album:
The Weight, The Shape I’m In, The Unfaithful Servant

From Derek and the Dominoes “Live At The Fillmore” Album:
Key To The Highway, Roll It Over, Crossroads

From Fleetwood Mac’s “The Dance” Album:
Landslide, Tusk, Don’t Stop

From The J. Geils Band’s “Full House” Album:
Homework, Pack Fair And Square, Whammer Jammer

From Band Of Gypsys (Jimi Hendrix):
Message To Love

From Joe Cocker & Leon Russell’s “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” Album:
Honky Tonk Women, Sticks and Stones, Cry Me A River

From The Rolling Stones’ “Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out” Album:
Opening Act - B.B. King: Everyday I Have The Blues, How Blue Can You Get
Opening Act - Ike & Tina Turner: Son Of A Preacher Man, Proud Mary, Come Together

The Rolling Stones - Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Carol, Stray Cat Blues

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

The Reverend Horton Heat - Marijuana
Art Tatum - With Plenty Of Money & You
Señor Coconut - Smoke On The Water
Martin Denny - Harbor Lights
Bongwater - Nick Cave Dolls
MC Cua - E So Sentar
The Reverend Horton Heat - Bad Reputation
Bluegrass Tribute to Metallica - Enter Sandman
Dan Edwards - Born To Run
Dan Edwards - Kiss Me I'm Shitfaced
Dan Edwards - Lost Highway
Dan Edwards - Streams Of Whiskey
Dan Edwards - Wagon Wheel
Shonen Knife - Hot Chocolate
German Trucker Music - Ich Mocht So Gern Dave Dudley Hor'n
Jimmy Dorsey - Tiger Rag
The Upsetters - Return To Django
Beck - Debra
Patsy Cline -Walking After Midnight
The Lone Star Cowboys - Deep Elm Blues
13th Floor Elevators - Monkey Island
The Reverend Horton Heat - Bales Of Cocaine
The Selecter - James Bond
Intermedate Music - Mrs. Cavendish
Gil Scott-Heron - Whitey On The Moon
The 5 6 7 8's - My Boyfriend From Outer Space
Muddy Waters - Corinne, Corrina
Shonen Knife - White Flag
George Jones - I Gotta Get Drunk
Squirrel Nut Zippers - Ghost Of Stephen Foster
Bongwater - Women Tied Up In Knots
Shooter Jennings - Manifesto No. 1
DJ Disconhecido - Dedinho Pro Alto
Village People - Macho Man
Bobby Lee Springfield - Hank Drank
Silver Tongued Devils - Prob'ly Don't Care
Chumbawamba - Drip Drip Drip
Groucho Marx - Lydia The Tattooed Lady
Delta Moon - Stuck In Carolina
Shooter Jennings - 4th Of July
The 5 6 7 8's - I Was A Teenaged Cave Woman
Silver Tongued Devils - Straight Face
Cowboy Junkies - Blue Moon Revisted

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Jazz Beat

1. ARTIST: George Adams & Don Pullen Quartet
SONG: "Sophisticated Alice."
ALBUM: "Earth Beams."

2. ARTISTS: George Adams & Don Pullen Quartet
SONG: "Dionysus." 7:33
ALBUM: "Earth Beams." 2003

3. ARTIST: The Bad Plus
SONG: "And Here We Test Our Powers Of Observation."
ALBUM: "Give."

4. ARTIST: Larry Porter
SONG: "Raga N Roll."
ALBUM: "Silk Road Blues." 2010

5. ARTIST: Larry Porter
SONG: "Moodscapes."
ALBUM: "Silk Road Blues." 2010

6. ARTIST: Monty Alexander, Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare
SONG: "People Make the World Go 'Round."
ALBUM: "Monty meets Sly and Robbie." 2000

7. ARTIST: Carla Bley
SONG: "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat."
ALBUM: "Big Band Theory." 1993

8. ARTIST: Jay Patten
SONG: "Harlem Nocturne."
ALBUM: "Night Blues." 2007

9. ARTIST: Jay Patten
SONG: "Night Blues."
ALBUM: "Night Blues." 2007
10. ARTIST: Jeff Raheb Contemporary Jazz Orchestra
SONG: "Tegea."
ALBUM: "Topaz Under Moon." 2000

11. ARTIST: George Adams & Don Pullen Quartet
SONG: "Trees and Grass and Thangs."
ALBUM: "Decisions." 1984

12. ARTIST: George Adams & Don Pullen Quartet
SONG: "Decisions."
ALBUM: "Decisions." 1984

13. ARTIST: John Adams
SONG: "All Blues."
ALBUM: "Trios." 2006

14. ARTIST: Frank Rosolino
SONG: Medley: Here's That Rainy Day & STardust.
ALBUM: "Trombone Heaven." 2007

15. ARTIST: Michael Brecker
SONG: "Choices." 8:07
ALBUM: "Michael Brecker." 1987


CrossCurrents Friday, August 10, 2012

Chasing the gloomy grumps away, through songs about friends, joy, someone special, knowing who you are, chocolate, playing, fishing, celebrating the good times, exercise, dancing, doing the unexpected, going to the movies, being thankful, and getting the heck outta town!

Beatles: A little Help From My Friends, Getting Better All the Time
Three Dog Night: Joy to the World
Beach Boys: Good Vibrations, God Only Knows
Cream: Sunshine of Your Love
Spinal Tap: Rock and Roll Creation
17th Avenue All-Stars: Johnny
Chenille Sisters: Chocolate
Herman's Hermits: I'm Henry VIII, I Am
John Denver: Thank God I'm a Country Boy
Main Street Singers: Fare Away
Waking Ned Divine: Fisherman's Lament
Barnes and Barnes: Fishheads
Kool and the Gang: Celebration
Olivia Newton-John: Physical
Michael Jackson: Beat It
Trenchcoats: Dance Alone
Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
Muppets: Mahna Mahna
Kermit the Frog: Bein' Green
Same and Dave: I Thank You
Roger Miller: You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd
Animals: We Gotta Get Out of this Place
Flirtations: Secret o' Life
Dave Brubeck Quintet: Take Five
Tijuana Brass: A Taste of Honey

And three to celebrate Marvin Hamlisch
The Entertainer, from the movie The Sting
What I Did for Love, from the musical A Chorus Line
And his first hit, at 16 years old: Sunshine, Lolipops, and Rainbows

Friday, August 10, 2012

Friday Afternoon Classics, August 10, 2012

Hosted by Larry West

Moritz Moszkowski, Caprice Espagnol, Op. 37 (~1886)
Rexa Han, piano
Elmaleh Collection (Concert Artists Guild) 2012

George Szell, Lyric Overture, Op. 5 (1921)
Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, Louis Lane
Cleveland Institute of Music 1992

Antal Dorati, American Serenade (~1941)

Mark O’Connor, American Seasons (Seasons of an American Life) (1999)
Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra, Scott Yoo; Mark O’Connor, violin
Sony Classical 2001

Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano Sonata in f, Op. 2, No. 1 (1793)
András Schiff, piano
ECM New Series 2005

Gioacchino Rossini, Largo al factotum (Figaro’s cavatina) from The Barber of Seville (1816)
Sol Gabetta, cello; Mihaela Ursuleasa, piano
RCA Red Seal 2009

Fritz Kreisler, Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven (1905)
Ruggiero Ricci, violin; Brooks Smith, piano
Deutsche Grammophon 2012

Gaetano Donizetti, Requiem for Bellini (1837)
Prague Virtuosi, Prague Chamber Chorus, Alexander Rahbari; Tiziana Sojat, soprano; Jaroslava Horska-Maxova, mezzo-soprano; Vittorio Giammarrusco, tenor; Zdenek Hlavka, baritone; Marcel Rosca, bass
Profil 2000

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Soundings - August 8, 2012

Stormy Weather - Etta James
Dindi - Carmen McRae
Set Fire to the Rain - Adele
It Was A Beautiful Day in August - Diana Krall
Summertime - Janis Joplin
Some of these Days - Big Maybelle
What a Difference a Day Makes - Dinah Washington

You're So Bad for Me - Raya Yardbrough
You've Done Lost Your Good Thing - B.B. King
Blues Early, Early - Big Maybelle

Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin' - Dr. John
Come Rain or come Shine - Ray Charles
I Don't Care If the Sun do't Shine - Patti Page
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered - Ella Fitzgerald
Here's That Rainy Day - Jack Jezzro, Denis solee & Beegi Adair
Summer Wind - Stephen Kummer
A Good Man Is Hard to Find - Bessie Smith

Big Fat Mama - Roy Milton
Big Road Blues - Canned Heat
Chicago Breakdown - Big Maceo
Dimples - John Lee Hooker
Five Long Years - Eddie Boyd

Cops & Robbers - Bo Diddley
You Can Leave Your Hat On - Randy Newman
I Want to be Loved - Muddy Waters
Something to Talk About - Bonnie Raitt
Something's Got A Hold On Me - Etta James

Upon changing the Strings On My Guitar - Chaise Lounge
Sugar Sweet - Muddy Waters

Wednesday Crosscurrents 8/8

Host - John Gaguine

More river songs this week

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River

Bob Dylan - Watching the River Flow, Crash on the Levee (Down in the Flood)

Doc Watson - Miss the Mississippi and You, Live is Like a River, Moody River

Jorma Kaukonen - Red River Blues, Banks of the Riiver, Big River Blues
Alison Krauss - Down to the River to Pray

Gerry and the Pacemakers - Ferry cross the Mersey

Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck of the Edmond Fitzgerald

Indigo Girls - Down by the River (N. Young)

End of river songs

Indigo Girls again - 1 2 3, All Along the Watchtower (Dylan)

Jorma Kaukonen Trio - Good Shepherd, I Know You Rider

The Whites - Keeep on the Sunny Side
Alison Krauss and Gillian Welsh - I'll Fly Away
Cox Family - I Am Weary(Let Me Rest)

Neil Young - Sugar Mountain, Cowgirl in the Sand

Monday, August 6, 2012

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10 a.m.

With DJ Trish C. Some songs to get your toes tapping for National Tap Your Toes Day!

Act Naturally, The Beatles
Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty
Casey Jones, The Grateful Dead
Deacon Blues, Steely Dan
Eli’s Coming, Three Dog Night
Feelin’ Alright, Joe Cocker
Get Off Of My Cloud, Rolling Stones
Harvest Moon, Neil Young
American Woman, Lenny Kravitz
Ridgetop, Jesse Colin Young
Jealous Guy, John Lennon
Katmandu, Bob Seger
Lady Marmalade, La Belle
New Attitude, Patti LaBelle
Madman Across The Water, Elton John
Never Can Say Goodbye, Jackson 5
Only The Good Die Young, Billy Joel
Papa Was A Rolling Stone, Temptations
Question, Moody Blues
Refugee, Tom Petty
Shake Your Grove Thing, Peaches & Herb
Tell Me Something Good, Rufus
Under Pressure, Queen and David Bowie
Virtual Insanity, Jamiroquai
Year Of The Cat, Al Stewart

Sunday, August 5, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

2012 Revival

In its first revival since Evita debuted on Broadway in 1979, the show brought forth more Argentinian sounds (there is more accordion in the orchestra). Reception was mixed, but the revival cast recording still tells the story of a young girl’s rise from poverty to the First Lady of Argentina.
Music:  Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics:  Tim Rice
Che: Ricky Martin
Eva:  Elena Roger
Peron: Michael Cerveris

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

The Butthole Surfers - Birds
David Bromberg & Vassar Claments - Little Rock Getaway
They Might Be Giants - I Hope I Get Old Before I Die
The Hold Steady - Your Little Hoodrat Friend
Merle Haggard & The Strangers - Mama Tried
Al Jolson - When The Little Red Roses Get The Blues For You
Augustus Pablo - Skanking Dub
They Might Be Giants - Track 13
House Of Pain - Jump Around
Martin Denny - The Girlfriend Of The Whirling Dervish
Thomas Dolby - Silk Pajamas
Dread Zeppelin - Freebird
The Butthole Surfers - L.A.
Outkast - BoB - (Hipnotikk Thugstep Remix)
Hank Williams III - Now He's Dead
Prefuse 73 - Dubs That Don't Match
Barrence Whitfield - You Can't Get That Stuff No More
KoCha - Spirits Liberation Dub
Asleep At The Wheel - Hillbilly Nut
The Hold Steady - Hornets! Hornets!
Reichskammermusik - Am Adolf Hitler Platz
Tenpole Tudor - Throwing My Baby Out With The Bathwater
Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way
Reverend Horton Heat - Bath Water Blues
Reverend Horton Heat - Where In The Hell Did You Go With My Toothbrush
Digital Underground - Doowutchyalike
Auteur Jazz - Two Jaguars In Warsaw
Stereo Total - Das rste Mal
Mojo Nixon - I Like Marijuana
Michael Viners Incredible Bongo Band - Apache
Johnny Temple - What Is That Smells Like Gravy
Chumbawamba - Amnesia
Daniel Johnston - She Called Pest Control
Long Beach Dub Allstars - Trailer Ras
Jimmy & Johnny - I Can't Find The Door Knob
Martin Denny - Young Savages
Theivery Corporation - The Kaminsky Experience Inc
Daniel Johnston - Sad Sac + Tarzan
Chumbawamba - Tubthumping
Throwing Muses - Soap & Water
Hank Williams III - Hillbilly Joker
Elliott Fisher - Dr. No's Fantasy
Willie Nelson - Who Put All My Ex's In Texas
Throbbing Gristle - 20 Jazz Funk Greats
Daniel Johnston - Keep Punching Joe
Thin Lizzy - Suicide
Hank Williams III - Drink It, Drug It.