Monday, July 30, 2012

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10a.m.

With DJ Trish C.

Marvin Gaye = What’s Going On, Got To Give It Up
Stevie Wonder = For Once In My Life, Signed, Sealed, Delivered
James Brown = Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag
Sly & The Family Stone = Everyday People

In honor of the Olympics:
The Clash = London’s Calling
David Bowie = Heroes
Tina Turner = The Best

Van Morrison = Wild Night, Into The Mystic
Elton John = Border Song, Honky Cat
Rod Stewart = Handbags and Gladrags, You Wear It Well
U2 = Mysterious Ways

Rolling Stones = No Expectations, Gimme Shelter
Beatles = Norwegian Wood, For You Blue

BB King & Eric Clapton = Riding With the King, Hold On I’m Coming
Stevie Ray Vaughn = The Things That I Used To Do, Give Me Back My Wig

Stealers Wheel = Stuck In The Middle With You
Elvis Costello = Allison, Veronica
Steely Dan = FM

Sunday, July 29, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

War Horse

The music today is not from a musical - it’s music from the 2011 Tony Award winning Best Play. War Horse is a play based on the book of the same name by acclaimed children's writer Michael Morpurgo, adapted for stage by Nick Stafford. Music by Adrian Sutton and songs by John Tams help lend poignancy and drama to the story of a horse who, in 1914, is sold to the cavalry. However, war changed dramatically during World War I and horses were obsolete almost from the beginning. Yet the cavalry soldiered on, resulting in the deaths of both rider and horse. The original book was inspired by a painting of a WWI horse entangled in barbed wire.

Written by
Michael Morpurgo (novel)
Nick Stafford (play)
Music: Adrian Sutton
Songs: John Tams

Life changed dramatically after The Great War. Skirts and hair got shorter, liquor in America became illegal, and going to the movies was something you did every Saturday.  And people wanted to be like the people they saw on the silver screen - Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, and Clara Bow.  Here's music from the show based on the 1927 Paramount film based on the series of books by Cecily von Ziegesar -The It Girl.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

Tennessee Ernie Ford - Feed 'Em In The Morning Blues
ELO - Turn To Stone
Alvin "Red" Tyler - The Peanut Vendor
Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales
Kate Nash - Caroline's A Victim
Hurricane Chris - The Hand Clap
Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds
Revingtons - Papa Oom Maw Maw
United Forces March

Dame Shirley Bassey - I Will Survive
Stonewall Jackson - Come On Home And Have Your Next Affair With Me
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Junkie
Mayo & Tally - At The Ball That's All
Dame Shirley Bassey - Get The Party Started
Louis Prima & His Band - Just Like You
Dave Pell - Like Young
Maurice Levi & His Band - Coon Band Contest

Flavor Flav - Unga Bunga Bunga
Frankie Lane - Rawhide
Stevie Wonder - Pastime Paradise
Hank Williams - Fly Trouble
Nancy Sinatra - It's Such A Pretty World Today
Federal Civil Defense Administration - Duck & Cover
Paul Rothman - It's Such A Good Night (Scoobidoo Love)
The Be Good Tanyas - Waiting Around To Die
Marching Cadences Of The U.S. Army Infantry - We Love To Do It
Ray Anthony - Dragnet
Dr. Period - Money
Stereo Total - Mother's Little Helper

Venetian Snares - Abomination Street
Harlem Hamfats - Weed Smoker's Dream
Andy Griffith - Thank Heaven For Little Girls
Serge Gainsbourg - Roller Girl
The Butthole Surfers - Dracula From Houston
The Reverend Horton Heat - Cowboy Love
Kid 606 - Pregnant Cheerleader Theme Song
Kid 606 - F*ck Up Everything You Can

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Thursday Soundings 7/26

Host - John Gaguine, sitting in for Kathie Allen

Muddy Waters and the Band, from the Last Waltz concert - Caledonia, Mannish Boy

Rolling Stones - I Just Want to Make Love to You (Willie Dixon), Little Red Rooster (Dixon), Look What You've Done (Waters), The Singer not the Song (Jagger/Richards), I Can't Be Satisfied (Waters)

Country Joe and the Fish - Rock Coast Blues, Crystal Blues

Pat Benatar - Paying the Cost to Be the Boss (BB King), I've Got Papers on You (BB King), Evening, I Get Evil (Albert King)

Stones - Love in Vain (Robert Johnson)

Michael Bloomfield - I've Got You in the Palm of my Hand, I Got My Mojo Working (Waters), Born in Chicago (Butterfield Blues Band), Killing Floor (Electric Flag, song by Howling Wolf), It Takes Time (Otis Rush and Dixon)

Rory Block - three cuts from the CD The Lady and Mr. [/Robert] Johnson - Cross Road Blues, Last Fair Deal Gone Down, Walking Blues

Eric Clapton, from his 1994 CD From the Cradle, a return to his blues roots - It Hurts Me Too (Elmore James), Someday After a While (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson), Standin' Around Cryin' (Waters)

Marcia Ball - Foreclose on the House of Love, Give It Up (Give In)

Bloomfield and Al Kooper - Don't Throw Your Love on Me So Strong (Albert King)

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Tideline 25 July 2012 (with Angelina)

kickin' it with your host, Angelina:

Big River (The Secret Sisters)
Pauline (Kevin Gordon)
Harlem River Blues (Justin Townes Earle)
Liquid Courage (The Laura Blackely Band)

Inside Out (remix) - (Imelda May)
Like Me Meaner (Lanie Lane)
Places to Go (Leftover Cuties)
Do for Myself (Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns)
Freight Train (Ani DiFranco)

Bread and Water (Ryan Bingham)
Georgia Lee (Lincoln Durham)
Black Fly (Lindi Ortega)
Another Like You (Hayes Carll)

Don't Stop Me This Time (Kevin Gordon)
Windows are Rolled Down (Amos Lee)
Wrote A Song for Everyone (Mavis Staples)
Fever for the Bayou (Tab Benoit)

Mojo Hand (Omar Coleman)
I Needs to be be'd with (Carol Fran)
Te Ni Nee Ni Nu (Slim Harpo)
Couchemar (C.C. Adcock)

Clementine (Sarah Jaffe)
Cold Grey Light of Dawn (Nick Lowe)

Soundings July 25, 2012

Big Bad Handsome Man - Imelda May
Soul Fixin' Man - Luther Allison
I Really Love You - Ruthie Foster
Anchorage City Blues - Rebel Blues

Make It Back to Memphis - Tommy Castro
When I've Been Drinking - Champion Jack Dupree
Love for Sale - Dr. John
The Thrill is Gone - B.B. King
Chocolate Jesus - Beth Hart
Boogie Woogie Prayer - The Boogie Woogie Trio

Dust My Broom - Carolyn Wonderlake
Falling in Love With You Again - Imelda May
My Dearest Darling - Etta James
Louella - Marcia Ball
All I Know is the Way I Feel - Irma Thomas

My Buddy - Harry Connick Sr.
Dr. Jazz - Harry Connick Jr.
Save the Last Dance for Me - Harry Connick Jr.
Moondance - Michael Buble
Sophisticated Swing - Michael Feinstein
Blue Skies - John Tesh

A Slick Chick on the Mellow Side - Lannie Garrett
Girl Blue - Nneena Freelon
Best Friend - Amy Winehouse
Superhero - Madeline Peyroux
Hang On Little Tomato - Pink Martini

Wednesday Crosscurrents 7/25

Host - John Gaguine

Just some mellow rock today

Lovin' Spoonful - You Didn't Have to Be So Nice, You and ME and Rain on the Roof, Butchie's Tune, Jug Band Music, Six O'Clock

Beatles - You've Got to Hide Your Love Away, If I Needed Someone, Julia, Across the Universe

Seals and Crofts - Summer Breeze, Diamond Girl

little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him
Leslie Gore - YOu Don't Own Me
Jaynetts - Sally Go 'Round the Roses

Jim Croce- Time in a Bottle, I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song, Operator

Chad and Jeremy - Summer Song
Gerry and the Pacemakers - Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying
Herman's Hermits - No Milk Today
Marianne Faithfull - Something Good

Donovan - Jennifer Juniper, Catch the Wind, Hurdy Gurdy Man

Crosby, Stills and Nash - 49 Bye-Byes (Stills), Southern Cross
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Teach Your Children (Nash), Country Girl (Young)

Beau Brummels - Laugh Laugh, Just a Little
We Five - You Were on My Mind (Sylvia Fricker, of Ian and Sylvia)
Youngbloods - Get Together
Quicksilver Messenger service - Pride of Man

Monday, July 23, 2012

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10 am

With DJ Trish C. Cars is the musical theme today.

"Little Deuce Coupe" - The Beach Boys
"Forty Miles of Bad Road" - Duane Eddy
"Dead Man's Curve" - Jan and Dean

“Little Red Corvette - Prince
"Baby Driver" - Simon and Garfunkel
"From a Buick 6" - Bob Dylan
"Cruisin'" - Smokey Robinson
"Carefree Highway" - Gordon Lightfoot

"Brand New Cadillac" - The Clash
"Cadillac Ranch" - Bruce Springsteen
"Free Ride" - Edgar Winter

"Drive" - The Cars
"Drive" - R.E.M.
"Driver's Seat" - Sniff 'n' the Tears
"Fast Car" - Tracy Chapman

"Life Is a Highway" - Tom Cochrane
"Running on Empty" - Jackson Browne
"Low Rider" - War
"Mustang Sally" - Wilson Pickett

"Cars" - Gary Numan
"Crosstown Traffic" - Jimi Hendrix
"Goin' Mobile" - The Who
"Trampled Underfoot" - Led Zeppelin

"Life in the Fast Lane" - The Eagles
"Panama" - Van Halen
"Route 66" - The Rolling Stones
"Racing in the Streets" - Bruce Springsteen

“Drive My Car - Beatles
“409”, “Fun, Fun, Fun” - Beach Boys

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - 40 Day Dream
DJ Food - Mr. Scruff's Ninja Tune Megamix
Otto Von Schirach - Frog Gingivitis
Xavier Cgat - Cocktail Para Dos
Jimmy & Johnny - I Can't Find The Door Knob
M.I.A. - Mango Pickle Down River
Raymond Scott Quintet - Powerhouse
Khachaturian - Sabre Dance
Anne Sexton - You're Losing Me
Raymond Scott Quintet - Twilight In Turkey
Be Your Own Pet - Twisted Nerve
DeVotchkKa - Twenty-Six Temptations
Amon Tobin - Verbal (Kid606 Dancehall Devastation Mix)
Murder By Death - Spring Break 1899
Tito Puente & His Orchestra - Hong Kong Mambo
Johnny Cash - Delia's Gone
Southern Culture On The Skids - Too Much Pork For Just One Fork
Red Elvises - Cha-Cha-Cha
Southern Culture On The Skids - Put Your Teeth Up On The Window Sill
Manfred Hubler & Siegfried Schwab - There's No Satisfaction
Pierre Henry - Teen Tonic
Violent Femmes - Country Death Song
Leroy Holmes - Mah Na Mah Nah
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - A Sack Full Of Soul
Rolf Harris Mashup - Satisfying Night
Red Elvises - Sex In Paradise
Southern Culture On The Skids - The Wet Spot
Rhsaan Roland Kirk - Night Train
 Dwight Yoakam - Streets Of Bakersfield
Nick Perito - Miserlou Quien Sera
Rolf Harris Mashup - Rolf Sexy Party
Les Baxter - Balinese Bongos
Drumline Soundtrack - Marching Band Medley

Mudlark Sampler 7/21

Host - John Gaguine

Joan Baez - Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word, Love Minus Zero/No Limit, Farewell Angelina, I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine (all Bob Dylan)

Shawn Colvin - Looking for the Heart of Saturday Night (Tom Waits), Every L:ittle Thing He Does Is Magic (Sting), You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go (Dylan)

Eva Cassidy - Dark-Eyed Molly (Fairport Convention), Who Knows Where the Time Goes (Sandy Denny, of Fairport), The Water Is Wide (trad.)

Judy Collins, singing Lennon/McCartney - Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight, Let It Be, I'll Follow the Sun

Bob Dylan - Just like a Woman, Shelter from the Storm

Mary Chapin Carpenter - Stones in the Road, Halley Came to Jackson, Middle Ground

 Melissa Etheridge - Come to My Window

Ian and Sylvia - Short Grass, Changes (Phil Ochs), Nancy Whiskey (trad.), You Were on My Mind,  Four Strong Winds

From the CD A Nod to Bob: An Artists' Tribute to Bob Dylan on his 60th Birthday
John Gorka - Girl of the North Country
Greg Brown - Pledging My Time
Rosalie Sorrells - Tomorrow is a Long Time

Friday, July 20, 2012

Afternoon Classics, Friday, July 20

Hosted by Larry West

Georg Philipp Telemann, Concerto in e (around 1712)
Ensembles Caprice
Analekta 2009

Raoul Laparra (1876-1943), Cuadros: Scenes d'Espagne
Martha Masters, guitar
GSP Recordings 2009

Johannes Brahms, 2 Rhapsodies, Op. 79 (1879)
Murray Perahia, piano
Sony 2010

Anton Arensky (1861-1906), Piano Quintet in D, Op. 51
Ying Quartet
Sono Luminus 2012

Luigi Cherubini, Requiem in c (1816)
Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman
Telarc 2007

William Grant Still, Romance (1954)
Marcus Eley, clarinet; Lucerne DeSa, piano
Sono Luminus 2012

Béla Bartók, Divertimento for Strings (1939)
Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, Dennis Russell Davies
ECM New Series 2012

Russell Pinkston (b. 1949), TaleSpin
Jade Simmons, piano
E1 Music 2009

Witold Lutoslawski, Funeral Music: In memoriam B. Bartók (1958)
Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Antoni Wit
ECM New Series 2012

Béla Bartók, Falun: 3 village scenes (1926)
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Slovak Folk Ensemble Chorus, Ivan Fischer
Decca 2011

Next week: the Vagn Holmboe we didn't get to today!

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Thursday Crosscurrents 7/19

Host - John Gaguine

It's a rock n roll day!  Here are most of my favorite real high-octane rock songs.

Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back in Town

Stones - Satisfaction, Get Off My Cloud, Jumpin' Jack Flash, Street Fightin' Man

The Who - I Can See for Miles, Baba O'Riley, Won't Get Fooled Again

Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run, Rosalita

Beatles - Helter Skelter

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River, Bad Moon Risin', Fortunate Son

Janis Joplin - Move Over, Down on Me (with Big Brother and the Holding Company), Half Moon

Easybeats - Friday on My Mind
Outsiders - Time Won't Let Me
Electric Prunes - Too Much to Dream
Guess Who - No Time``

Heart - Barracuda
Pretenders - Middle of the Road

Fairport Convention - Cajun Woman
Jefferson Airplane - Somebody to Love
Dire Straits - Walk of Life
Chambers Bros. - In the Midnight Hour

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Tideline 18 July 2012 (with Angelina)

kickin' it with your host, Angelina:

Live in the KRNN studio tonight is local singer/songwriter, Mackenzie Grace Merrill.  She is new to Juneau and you may just catch her busking around Juneau... check her out on Youtube (MackenzieGraceMusic) and on

123 (Feist)
Little Talks (Of Monsters and Men)
Love Love Love (Of Monsters and Men)
Blue (First Aid Kit)

Hooked (Eilen Jewell)
Thunder on the Mountain (Wanda Jackson)
Busted (Wanda Jackson)
Blue Yodel #6 (Wanda Jackson)

Searching (For Someone Like You) ( Kitty Wells)
Southside of Heaven (Ryan Bingham)
The Weary Kind (Ryan Bingham)

My Son (The Dirty River Boys)
Clementine (Lincoln Durham)
Last Red Dawn (Lincoln Durham)

Oh Well That's What You Get for Falling in Love with a Cowboy (Lanie Lane)
Ain't Hungry (Lanie Lane)
Big Shot (Dr. John)
A Little At  A Time (Johnny Cash)

SOUNDINGS JULY 18, 2012 (Stormy Gale)

Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - Dr. John
Hummingbird - B.B. King
Mustang Sally - Buddy Guy
Soul Man - The Blues Brothers
Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones
One-Eyed Woman - Muddy Waters & Friends & The Rolling Stones

Your Heart Is As Black As Night - Beth Hart
Thing Called Love - Bonnie Raitt
Tears in Heaven - Ann Peebles
What Good Can Drinkin' Do - Carolyn Wonderlake
Give Me Back My Wig  - Hound Dog Taylor

The Whole Enchilada - Keb Mo
Stormy Weather - Etta James
Wang Dang Doodle - Koko Taylor
Sittin' On Top of the World - Ray Charles
Summertime - Billie Holiday
The Man I Love - Benny Goodman
Dinah's Blues - China Moses

What A Difference a Day Makes - Dinah Washington
Every Time We Say Goodbye - Ella Fitzgerald
All I Do Is Dream of You - Emilie-Claire Barlow
The Folks Who Live on the Hill - Jane Monheit
Mr. Pianoman- Ida Sand
Satin Doll - Jack Jezzro
No Moon At All - Keith Jarrett

Wednesday Crosscurrents 7/18

Host- John Gaguine

Mostly woman singers today

Joni Mitchell - Come in from the Cold, The Blonde in the Bleachers, Court and Spark, Car on the Hill

Eva Cassidy - Who Knows Where the Time Goes (Sandy Denny, of Fairport Convention), Hallelujah I Love Him So (Ray Charles), Danny Boy

Buffy Sainte-Marie - Now That the Buffalo's Gone, God Is Alive/Magic Is Afoot (words by Leonard Cohen), Sometimes When I Get to Thinking

Alison Krauss and Union Station - The Lucky One, Forget About It, Stay, Faraway Land

Tuck and Patti - Takes My Breath Away, Time After Time

Indigo Girls, Jewel, Sarah McLaughlin - The Water Is Wide (from a Lilith Fair concert)
McLaughlin and Emmylou Harris - Angel (Lilith Fair again)
Susan Tedeschi - Angel from Montgomery (John Prine)

Three songs from a fine CD called Bleecker Street - Greenwich Village in the 60s.  Covers of songs from that time.
Jonatha Brooke - Bleecker Street (Simon and Garfunkel)
Marshall Crenshaw - My Back Pages (Bob Dylan)
John Cale and Suzanne Vega - So Long Marianne (Leonard Cohen)

Pretenders - Brass in Pocket, I'll Stand by You, Forever Young (Dylan)

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Cross Currents: Tuesday 8-10 a.m.

DJ Trish C filling in for Katie C.  A BIG thank you to all the listeners who called in this morning telling me how much they enjoyed the music.....that was music to my ears!

Smoke On The Water, Hush = Deep Purple (In memory of Jon Lord, founding member of the group who passed on yesterday)

In honor of Ricky D’s big 60:
Birthday = The Beatles

The Thrill Is Gone = B.B.King
Pride and Joy = Stevie Ray Vaughn
Spanish Harlem = Ben E. King
Ain’t No Sunshine = Bill Withers
Will It Go Round = Billy Preston

White Room = Cream
Bell Bottom Blues = Derek and the Dominoes
Takin’ It To The Streets = Doobie Bros.

By Listener Request:
Melissa - Allman Brothers

The Tracks Of My Tears = The Miracles
Goin’ Out Of My Head = Little Anthony & The Imperials
Uptight, As = Stevie Wonder

By Listener Request:
Everybody Is A Star = Sly & The Family Stone

Mr. Bojangles = The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother = The Hollies
Draggin’ The Line = Tommy James
The Beat Goes On = Sonny and Cher

Aqualung= Jethro Tull
Lucky Man = Emerson, Lake and Palmer
After Midnight = Eric Clapton

Boogie Wonderland = Earth, Wind and Fire
Brick House = Commodores
I’ll Take You There = Staple Singers

Monday, July 16, 2012

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10 a.m.

With DJ Trish C. Playing the hits from 1987:

Bangles = Walk Like An Egyptian
Whitney Houston = I Wanna Dance With Somebody
Jody Watley = Looking For A New Love
Whitesnake = Here I Go Again
Billy Idol = Mony, Mony
Beastie Boys = Fight For Your Right(To Party)
Chris De Burgh = The Lady In Red
Bruce Hornsby and the Range = The Way It Is, Mandolin Rain
Bon Jovi = Livin’ On A Prayer
Wang Chung = Everybody Have Fun Tonight
Crowded House = Don’t Dream It’s Over

George Michael = Faith
Heart = Alone
The Georgia Satellites = Keep Your Hands Yourself
Robbie Neville = C’est la Vie

U2 = With Or Without You, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
Cutting Crew = I Just Died In Your Arms

Set chosen by special co-host Sydney:
Incubus = Drive
Killers = For Reasons Unknown
Lit = My Own Worst Enemy
Oasis = Champagne Supernova
Red Hot Chili Peppers = Dani California

Sunday, July 15, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway


It is a very rare Richard Rodgers show that is termed a flop. From his collaboration with such talented lyrists such as Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein, almost everything he touched was golden. Shows that didn’t do well were rare indeed. However, today’s show is one of those. Rex is the story of England’s Henry VIII and his six wives. Maybe because it was written near the end of his career (it is rather old-fashioned for 1976) or maybe the lead is treated so unsympathetically it lasted less than 3 months. It is one of the few musicals that can’t be rented for performance from the Rodger and Hammerstein Organization.

The original cast recording has been re-released by RCA Victor. However, there are no liner notes telling the story, no listing of who is singing and, most astonishing, it doesn’t even list the composer and lyrist names, and it is not like Rodgers and Harnick are unknown! Shame on RCA Victor!

Music: Richard Rodgers
Lyrics: Sheldon Harnick
Book: Sherman Yellen

Let’s finish up the time with a Richard Rodgers show that wasn’t a flop. Here’s music from the film version of The King and I.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

The Louvin Brothers - Broadminded
Mojo Nixon - Are You Drinkin' With Me Jesus
Leningrad - BaduBudu
The Specials - Ghost Town
Amon Tobin - Acantharead
Venetian Snares - Tarentella Mega
Andy Griffith - Police Department Blues
Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper - Legalize It
Waylon Jennings - Ain't No God In Mexico
Chops - I Like Cereal
Rolling Stones - Rocks Off
The Minutemen - The Roar Of The Masses Could Be Farts
Woody Guthrie - Talking Dust Bowl Blues
Bombay The Hard Way - Fear Of A Brown Planet
Harem Turkish Percussion Group - Clap
The Louvin Brothers - While You're Cheating On Me
Spiel Klezmer Band - Turkish Dance
The Blues Brothers - From The Bottom
Johnny Rivers - Memphis
Bombay The Hard Way - Organ Doner
Bikini Kill - Capri Pants
The Detroit Cobras - Leave My Kitten Alone
Venetian Snares - Production Delays
Ani DiFranco & Utah Phillips - I Will Not Obey
The Louvin Brothers - The Great Atomic Power
The Minutemen - D's Car Jam Anxious Mo-Fo
Leningrad - U Menja Est Vsjo
Eddie Floyd - On A Saturday Night
Frank Zappa - Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?
Jelly Roll Morton - Wolverine Blues
Amon Tobin - Foley Room
Woody Guthrie - Talking Fish Blues
The Pogues - Boys From The County Hell
Woody Guthrie - Car Song
Girls Trio - Vitajex Jingle
Barefoot Baritones - Just Plain Folks
Ani DiFranco & Utah Phillips - Pie In The Sky
Memphis Jug Band - Memphis Shakedown
Woody Guthrie - Grand Coulee Dam
Blind Faith - Do What You Like
Jazz Beat

1. ARTIST: McCoy Tyner with Derek Trucks
SONG: "Greensleeves."
ALBUM: "Guitars."

2.ARTIST: Pat Metheny Group
SONG: "Language Of Time."
ALBUM: "Quartet."

3. ARTIST: Larry Coryell
SONG: "Vera Cruz.
ALBUM: Live From Bahai."

4. ARTIST: Pat Metheny
SONG: "Third Wind."
ALBUM: "Still Life (Talking)." 1987

5. ARTIST: La Palma
SONG: "Mexicanos Lento Edit."
ALBUM: "Easy Years."

6. ARTIST: McCoy Tyner & Marc Ribot
SONG: "500 Miles."
ALBUM: "Guitars."

7. ARTIST: New Guitar Summit
SONG: "Azzure Mineur."
ALBUM: "New Guitar Summit."  2004.

8. ARTIST: Bill Frizell
SONG: "Boubacar."
ALBUM: "The Intercontinentals."
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9. ARTIST: Paul Simon
SONG: "Amulet."
ALBUM: "So Beautiful Or So What."

10. ARTIST: Wes Montgomery
SONG: "To When."
ALBUM: "Jazz Guitar."

11. ARTIST: David Boswell
SONG: "Beautiful Day."
ALBUM: "Bridge of Art." 2006

12. ARTIST: Al Di Meola
SONG: "Beijing Demons."
ALBUM: "Tirami Su."

13. ARTIST: Shuji Hata with Black Candy
SONG: "Top Of The Mountain."
ALBUM: "The Man With The Guitar."

14. ARTIST: Al Di Meola
SONG: "Rhapsody of Fire."
ALBUM: "Tirami Su."

15. ARTIST: Kenny Burrell
SONG: "Mule."
ALBUM: "Midnight Blue." 1963

16. ARTIST: Ryo Kawasaki
SONG: "Brazilliana."
ALBUM: "Ryo Kawasaki Plays Solo Jazz Guitar."

17. ARTIST: Reza Khan
SONG: "Masala."
ALBUM: "Painted Diaries."

18. ARTIST: Pat Metheny Brad Mehldau
SONG: "Ring Of Life."
ALBUM: "Metheny Mehldau."

19. ARTIST: Stanley Jordan
SONG: "Over The Rainbow."
ALBUM: "Best Of Stanley Jordan."


Blurry Saturday Sunrise 7/14/12 8am-10am

An all Blur show to celebrate their recent reunion and new songs, the 21st anniversary of their first album, and because why not?

1. Tender

2. For Tomorrow
3. Sunday Sunday
4. Caramel
5. Death Of A Party

6. Beetlebum
7. Chemical World
8. To The End
9. Fool's Day

10. Girls & Boys
11. Universal
12. Country House
13. Good Song
14. UnderThe Westway

15. Song 2
16. Country Sad Ballad Man
17. End Of A Century
18. Stereotypes
19. You're So Great
20. Coffee & TV

21. Sing
22. The Puritan
23. Music Is My Radar
24. This Is A Low

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Tideline 11 JULY 2012 (with Angelina)

kickin' it with your host, Angelina:

Tonight's guest musician: Meg Mackey!  Meg is back in Juneau with her whole band to play one night at the JACC on Friday, July 13th starting at 8 pm.  Opening act is the incredibly talented Liz Snyder.

Music featured from Meg's debut full-length album called "Eat Your Heart Out"
-Waste Your Time
-Wise Up
-Rendered Useless
-Writing Rhythms

The Lovely Drifters - Music from their new album "a little studio EP" 
-I Don't Know You

Shake and Fingerpop (Junior Walker & The All Stars)
Land of 1000 Dances (Wilson Pickett)
Good Morning Little School Girl (Jonny Lang)
Big River (Johny Cash)

Devil's in the Jukebox (Ray LaMontagne)
Get Right with God (Lucinda Williams)
Over the Levee (Kevin Gordon)
Engine to Turn (Tift Merritt)

Special listener request - Fade into You (Mazzy Star)

Baby Blue (Rod Picott)
A Common Disaster (Cowboy Junkies)
Dance All Night (Ryan Adams)
Blue Skies Again (Jessica Lea Mayfield)

There Must Be Something I Been Dreaming (the please, please me)
Serpents (Sharon Van Etten)
I Remember You (Eilen Jewell)
Split Decision (Bonnie Raitt)

SOUNDINGS 07112012

Keb Mo - America the Beautiful
Bette Midler - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Billie Holiday - I'll Be Seeing You
Bob Marley - Jammin'
John Lee Hooker - Maudie
Elvin Bishop - The Blues Rolls On
Janiva Magness - Make It Rain, Whoop and Holler
Robben Ford - One Man's Ceiling is Another Man's Floor (featuring Susan Tedeschi)
Karen Lovely - Rock Me, Lucky Girl
Robben Ford - Moonchild Blues
Buddy Guy - Let the Door Knob Hit You, 74 Years Young
Robben Ford - My Love For You Will Never Die
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
Dr. John - Candy
Big Maybelle - Ramblin' Blues
Benny Goodman - The Man I Love
BB King & Bonnie Raitt - Right Place Wrong Time
Diana Krall - The Look of Love
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - Chocolate Jesus
Big Maybelle - A Good Man is Hard to Find
Carmen McRae - Them There Eyes
Tresa Sauer - Come Together

Chaise Lounge - A Little More
Janis Joplin - Bye, Bye Baby

Wednesday Crosscurrents 7/11

Host - John Gaguine

Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Way I Feel, We Traveled So Far, I Was a Bird

Buffalo Springfield - On the Way Home, I Am a Child
The Band, with Neil Young - Four Strong Winds

Tracy Nelson - You'll Be Mine (Willie Dixon), Howlin' for My Baby (Howling Wolf and Willie Dixon), Without Love (There is Nothing)
Irma Thomas, with Marcia Ball

Fifth Dimension - Last Night I Didn't Get to Sleep at All, Carpet Man (Jimmy Webb), Save the Country (Laura Nyro)

Alison Krauss - I've Got That Old Feeling, Every Time You Say Goodbye, Endless Highway, I Don't Know Why, Will You Be Leaving

Beatles - part of the Abbey Road Suite - She Came in Through the Bathroom Window, Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End

Billy Joe Walker, Jr. - Looks Like It's Gonna Rain Today (written and sung by J.D. Souther), Moon of the Misbegotten (written and sung by Nanci Griffith)

Judy Collins - I Think It's Going to Rain Today (Randy Newman), Bird on the Wire (Leonard Cohen), Marieke (Jacquel Brel), Both Sides Now (Joni Mitchell)

Carpenter - Going Out Tonight, Why Walk When You Can Fly, Passionate Kisses, Down at the Twist and Shout

Monday, July 9, 2012

Tideline, July 9, 2012 (5-7pm)

Playlist for Monday, July 9th
Kate B. sitting in for Katie B. (confused yet?)

New and Blue
The Celestials, Smashing Pumpkins
Magic Man, Heart
This Is The Girl, Patti Smith
Blue, First Aid Kit

That's Just Beachy
That's Why God Made the Radio, The Beach Boys
Forget the Song, Beachwood Sparks
Summertime Is Coming, Julian Plenti
This Isn't Our Parade, Santigold

Rockin' the Boat
Never Go Back, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
Go Right Ahead, The Hives
I Gotsta Get Paid, ZZ Top
Living Like a Runaway, Lita Ford

Two for the Road
You Don't Have to Love Me, Blues Traveler
Start Livin', Donovan Frankenreiter

Cool Breeze
Observations, The Raveonettes
Over the Ocean, Here We Go Magic
Sunshine, Little Dragon

Never Heard of 'Em
Take a Walk, Passion Pit
I'm Just Me, Diamond Rings
Longevity, Yeasayer
Drift Drive, The Antlers

DJ's Choice
The Chemicals Between Us, Bush
Naked Eye, Luscious Jackson
Sweet Dreams, Eurythmics
Cecilia, Simon & Garfunkel
In The Rough, Ana Nalick
Leave the Pieces, The Wreckers

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10am

With DJ Trish C

Jimi Hendrix = The Wind Cries Mary, Foxy Lady

Dire Straits = Romeo & Juliet, Walk Of Life

Steely Dan = Peg, Rickie Don’t Lose That Number

Van Morrison = Brown Eyed Girl, Moondance

REM = Everybody Hurts, Losing My Religion

Grateful Dead = Touch Of Grey, Uncle John’s Band

CSN = Ohio, Southern Cross

Pink Floyd = Wish You Were Here, Comfortably Numb

Clash = Rock The Casbah, Should I Stay Or Should I Go

Peter Gabriel = Sledgehammer, Solsbury Hill

ELO = Telephone Line, Strange Magic

10cc = I’m Not In Love, The Things We Do For Love

Blue Oyster Cult = Don’t Fear The Reaper

Sunday, July 8, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were two of the most romantic outlaws during the Great Depression. The media made them the darling of Texas outlaws during their career and the tales about them continue to grow, even this long after their deaths in 1934. There have been at least 3 movies, music sung about them from Flatts and Scruggs to Mel Torme to Merle Haggard and Belinda Carlisle. And now there is a Broadway show about their exploits.

As with many of Frank Wildhorn’s latest’s musicals, this one didn't last long. Audiences seemed to like it but the reviews were mixed, with the show lasting only about a month. It did garner several Tony and Drama Desk award nominations.

Music:Frank Wildhorn
Lyrics: Don Black
Book: Ivan Menchell
Basis: The lives of Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie Parker – Laura Osnes
Clyde Barrow – Jeremy Jordan
Blanche Barrow – Melissa van der Schyff
Marvin "Buck" Barrow – Claybourne Elder

To fill out the 90 minutes, here is music from Liza Minnelli's 1974 Winter Garden Concert.
  •  Overture: Liza with a Z/Ring Them Bells/I can see clearly now/Maybe this time/Cabaret
  • If you could read my mind/Come back to me
  • Shine on Harvest Moon
  • Exactly like me

  • Cabaret/Curtain Bows 


Saturday, July 7, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

Pizzicato Five - Odd Couple & Others
Butthole Surfers - Birds
Spade Cooley - Yodeling Polka
Kid Koala - Skanky Panky
Nellie McKay - Won't U Please B Nice
Curtis Gordon - Caffeine & Nikotine
Lucinda Williams - Get Right With God
The Reverend Horton Heat - Eat Steak
Chevvers - Tie Me A Kangaroo
Tommy Dorsey - Satan Takes A Holiday
Drumline Soundtrack - The Classic Drum Battle
Spike Jones & His City Slickers - Riders In The Sky

Leningrad - Diky Muzchina
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - Devil Bunnies
William S. Burroughs - Words Of Advice For Young People
Barney Bigard Sextet - Sweet Marijuana Brown
Waco Brothers - In The Honkey Tonk Shadows
Richard Cheese - Hungry Like The Wolf
Venetian Snares - Abomination Street
Pickin' On ZZ Top - I'm Bad I'm Nationwide
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Jesse Rodgers - Hadacol Boogie
Boards Of Canada - Everything You Do Is A Balloon
Vaski - Murder

Billy Hughes - Cocaine Blues
The Dead Milkmen - Stuart
Leningrad & The Tiger Lillies - Vodka
Kid606 - Pregnant Cheerleader Theme Song
Hank Williams - Lost Highway
Leningrad - Huyamba
30 Jahre Truck Stop - Mississippi Lady
Donald Byrd & Ronny Jordan - Time Is Moving On
Shooter Jennings - Little White Lines
Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds Of Joy - (Ev'rything Happened) When I Saw You
Merle Haggard - Living With The Shades Pulled Down

30 Jahre Truck Stop - Hey Kleiner Cowboy
Wesley Willis - Northwest Airlines
Leon Haywood - Don't Push It Don't Force It
Kid606 - F*ck Up Everything You Can
Leningrad - Zveda Rok-N-Rolla
The Devil In Miss Jones Soundtrack - Half An Hour Is For Free
Pizzicato Five - Go Go Dancer
North Mississippi Allstars - Mississippi Bollweevil
Lucinda Williams - Can't Let Go

Friday, July 6, 2012

Afternoon Classics, Friday, July 6, 2012

Hosted by Larry West

Mily Balakirev, Russia (1884)
Naxos 1994

Mikhail Glinka, Gran Septetto Originale (~1823)
Moscow String Quartet; Tigran Alikhanova, piano; Valetin Feigin, cello; Rifat Komanchkov, double bass
Finer Arts Classical 1996

Ned Rorem, Flute Concerto (2002)
Naxos 2006

José Serebrier, Tango en azul (2001)
Naxos 2010

Antonio Vivaldi, Violin Concerto, Op. 9, No. 12 in b (1727)
Raglan Baroque Players; Monica Huggett, violin
Virgin Classics 1995

George Frideric Handel, Royal Fireworks Music (1748)
Telarc 2003

Rodion Shchedrin, Poem (1954) and Humoresque (1959)
Centaur 2009

Igor Stravinsky, Violin Concerto in D (1931)
EMI Classics 2000

Anatol Lyadov, Eight Russian Folksongs, Op. 58 (1906)
Chandos Records 2001

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Concertstück in E-flat for clarinet and military band (1878)
Stockholm Symphonic Wind Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä; Kjell Fageus, clarinet
Caprice 1992

Sergei Rachmaninov, Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39, Nos. 1 in c and 2 in a (1916)
Decca 1997

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Friends & Neighbors

1. ARTIST: Crosby & Nash
SONG: "My Country 'Tis of Thee."
ALBUM: "Crosby & Nash."

2. ARTIST: Gordon Lightfoot
SONG: "Steel Rail Blues."
ALBUM: "Gord's Gold."

3. ARTIST: Jimmy Buffett
SONG: "Son of A Son of A Sailor."
ALBUM: "Son of A Son of A Sailor."

4. ARTIST: Jimmy Buffett.
SONG: "Far Side of the World."

Son of a Son of A sailor.

6. john prine
SONG; This Cold War With You.
ALBUM: Pink Cadillac.

7. ARTISTS: Poco
SONG: "You Better Think Twice."
ALBUM: "Poco."

8. ARTIST: Jonathan Edwards
SONG: "Everybody Knows Her."
ALBUM: "Jonathan Edwards."

9. ARTIST: Jonathan Edwards
SONG: "Athens County."
ALBUM: "Jonathan Edwards."

10. ARTIST: Jonathan Edwards
SONG: "Train Of Glory."
ALBUM: "Jonathan Edwards."

11. ARTIST: Chet Atkins & Les Paul
SONG: "Caravan."
ALBUM: "Chester & Lester."

12. ARTIST: Chet Atkins & Les Paul
SONG: "It Had To Be You."
ALBUM: "Chester & Lester."

13. ARTIST: Jeff Tassin
SONG: "Wagon Wheels."
ALBUM: "Emotional Science."

14. ARTIST: John Prine
SONG: "The Late John Garfield Blues."
ALBUM: "souvenirs."

15. ARTIST: John Prine
SONG: "Grandpa Was A Carpenter."
ALBUM: "souvenirs."

16. ARTIST: Jackson Browne
SONG: "The Barricades of Heaven."
ALBUM: "Looking East."

17. ARTIST: Joe Walsh
SONG: "Help Me Through The Night."
ALBUM: "Best of Joe Walsh."

18. ARTIST: James Gang
SONG: "Walk Away."
ALBUM: "James Gang."

19. ARTIST: Alison Krauss + Union Station
SONG: "I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow."
ALBUM: "Alison Krauss + Union Station Live!"

20. ARTIST: Patty Griffin, featuring Regina McCrary and Mike Farris
SONG: "Wade In the Water"
ALBUM: "Downtown Church."

19. ARTIST: Alison Krauss + Union Station
SONG: "I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow."
ALBUM: "Alison Krauss + Union Station Live!"

20. ARTIST: Patty Griffin, featuring Regina McCrary and Mike Farris
SONG: "Wade In the Water"
ALBUM: "Downtown Church."

21. ARTIST: Harry McClintock
SONG: "Big Rock Candy Mountain."
ALBUM: "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Soundtrack.

22. ARTIST: John Hartford
SONG: "Tishomingo Blues."
ALBUM: "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Soundtrack.

23. ARTIST: Van Morrison
SONG: "Did Ye Get Healed?"
ALBUM: "Best Of Van Morrison."

24. ARTIST: Amy Cervini Quartet
SONG: "Don't Fence Me In."
ALBUM: "Famous Blue."

25. ARTIST: Pure Prairie League
SONG: "Amy."
ALBUM: "Pure Prairie League."

26. ARTIST: Jackson Browne
SONG: "Rock Me On The Water."
ALBUM: "Soak Before Using."

26. ARTIST: Jim Gibson
SONG: "When Johnny Comes Marching Home."
ALBUM: "Songs Of The Civil War."

27. ARTIST: Gordon Lightfoot
SONG: "Go Go Round."
ALBUM: "Gordon Lightfoot, The Best Of."

28. ARTIST: Branford Marsalis
SONG: "The Star Spangled Banner."
ALBUM: "Baseball - A Film By Ken Burns." Soundtrack

29. ARTIST: Tedeschi Trucks Band
SONG: "Midnight In Harlem."
ALBUM: "Revelator."


Soundings - July 4, 2012

Big Fat Mama - Roy Milton
Black Betty - Leadbelly
America - Ray Charles

I Con't Care If the Sun Don't Shine -Patti Page
Mess Around - Ray Charles
Rock Me Baby - B.B. King
Rock Me Right -Susan Tedeschi

Summertime - Ella Fitzgerald
Take Me Out to the Ballgame - Dr. John

Cherry Red - Johnny Otis
Goin' to Chicago -  Big JoeTurner
I Thought About You - BennyGoodman
Dimples - John Lee Hooker

Empty Bed Blues - Bessie Smith
Gotta Serve Somebody - Etta James
Walking the Back Streets - Etta James

Middle Aged Blues Boogie - Saffire
Take It On Back - Saffire
Lemonade - Bill Doggett
Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker
Built for Comfort - Howlin' Wolf
Women Be Wise - Sippie Wallace

I'm Still Wearing Your Name - Marva Wright
Murder Gonna Be My Crime - Sippie Wallace

Dust My Broom - Elmore James
Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out - Big Joe Williams
Reelin' & Rockin' - Chuck Berry
American Trilogy - Elvis Presley

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Tideline, July 3, 2012 (5-7pm)

Playlist for Tuesday Tideline, July 3rd
hosted by Kate

Oh Freedom, The Boys Choir of Harlem
What's Going On, Marvin Gaye
People Got To Be Free, Keb' Mo'
People Get Ready, Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions
The Times They Are A'Changin', Bob Dylan
America, Simon & Garfunkel
Mission Temple Firework Stand, Sawyer Brown
Fireworks, Gin Blossoms
We Shall Overcome, Bruce Springsteen
I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free, John Legend and The Roots
Wake Up Everybody, John Legend and The Roots
Foreign Fields, Elton John vs. Pnau
Old Flame, Kimbra
How We Love, Ingrid Michaelson
Love Actually, Cady Groves
One Heart Missing, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
Tin Can, Mindy Smith
Take Me Back, Mindy Smith
Never Meant to Love You, Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons
Sugarman, Jonny Lang
Something You Got, Jerry Douglas feat. Eric Clapton
Oh Pretty Woman, Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
Heart and Soul of a Woman, Sophie B. Hawkins
Chasing What's Already Gone, Mary Chapin Carpenter
Hope, Emile Sande
Broken Brights, Angus Stone

Monday, July 2, 2012

Monday Tideline with Katie B., July 2, 2012

Beach Boys
That's why God Made the Radio
That's why God Made the Radio

Beach Boys
Sloop John B.
Greatest Hits

Greg Brown
Freak Flag
Freak Flag

Peter Wolf
Watch Her Move
Midnight Souveniers

Neil Young
Keep on Rockin' in the Free World
Greatest Hits
Re.l 2004

David Bowie
Young Americans
Best of Bowie
Rel. 2002

First Aid Kit
King of the World
The Lion's Roar

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

Bruce Springsteen
Girls in their Summer Clothes

Simon and Garfunkel

Todd Rundgren
It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
Almost Famous Soundtrack

Bonnie Raitt
Take My Love with YOu

Led Zeppelin
Boogie with Stu
Physical Graffitti

Deering and Down
Out There Somewhere

Anais Mitchell
Young Man in America
Yound Man in America

Van Morrison

John Mayer
If I Ever Get Around to Living
Born and Raised

Tom Petty
American Girl
Greatest Hits

Greg Brown
Milk of the Moon
Milk of the Moon

Meg Mackey
Rendered Useless
Rendered Useless

Steve Miller Band
Living in the USA
Young Hearts
Complete Greatest Hits

The Cabineeers
JUneau Drinking song
Songs from alaska

Rosie Flores
Baby took a limo to Memphis
Tribute to Guy Clark

Bob Dylan
Chimes of Freedom Flashing

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10 am

With DJ Trish C. For my 100th show, pure rock and roll!

ELO = Mr. Blue Sky

Beatles = Across The Universe, Golden Slumbers

Kinks = Waterloo Sunset, A Well Respected Man

Talking Heads = Take Me To The River, Road To Nowhere

Ramones = Sheena Is A Punk Rocker, Do You Remember Rock and Roll Radio

Led Zeppelin = Gallows Pole, Kashmir

Rolling Stones = Paint It Black, Fool To Cry

The Band = The Shape I’m In, Up On Cripple Creek

Cat Stevens = Peace Train, Wild World

CCR = Born On The Bayou, Lookin’ Out My Back Door

Elton John = Madman Across The Water, Levon

David Bowie = Changes, Space Oddity

Eric Clapton = Layla

Sunday, July 1, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway


It just seems appropriate to celebrate the 4th of July by playing 1776. Telling the story of the days leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, this Tony Award winner (Best Musical in 1969) manages to make you forget that you know the outcome already! It’s tense, comedic, and most of all, lots of fun. With 26 men and 2 women, it’s a hard show for a small community to perform, but boy, wouldn’t it be fun to see that many men in tights!

Music: Sherman Edwards
Lyrics: Sherman Edwards
Book: Peter Stone
1969 Broadway
1972 Film version
1997 Broadway revival

To finish off the time, we'll play some selections from a musical about one of the most defining (and most horrible) times in American history.  Here are some songs from Frank Wildhor's The Civil War.
  • Prologue
  • Brother, My Brother
  • Tell my father
  • Missing you, my Bill
  • How many Devils
  • Old Gray Coat
  • The Glory