Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Playlist: March 25, 2014

1.          "Rock & Rolls Blues"/Luther Dickinson/Rock & Roll Blues
2.          "Till the Hands Fall Off the Clock"/David Hidalgo & Louis Perez/The Long Goodbye
3.          "Dust My Broom"/Elmore James/Dust My Broom
4.          "Done Somebody Wrong"/Elmore James/The Essential Elmore James
5.          "Top Down Blues"/Robbin Ford/A Day in Naskville
6.          "Come and Go Blues"/The Allman Brothers Band/Brothers and Sisters
7.          "Call Me"/St. Paul & the Broken Bones/Half the City
8.          "I Can't Turn You Loose"/Otis Redding/The Very Best of Otis Redding
9.          "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)/Otis Redding/The Very Best of Otis Redding
10.     "Polk Salad Annie"/Tony Joe White/Black and White
11.     "Galway Girl"/Steve Earle/Transcendental Blues
12.     "Yazoo Street Scandal"/Bob Dylan and the Band/The Basement Tapes
13.     "Long Distance Operator"/Bob Dylan and the Band/The Basement Tapes
14.     "Disappeared"/Aimee Mann/Charmer
15.     "Watch the North Wind Rise"/Hot Tuna/
16.     "Alabama Getaway"/The Grateful Dead/Go to Heaven
17.     "Yarmouth Road"/Mike Gordon/Overstep
18.     "Question"/The Moody Blues/A Question of Balance
19.     "Color Him Father"/The WInstons/Single
20.     "I'll Be Fine"/Clairy Browne & the Bangin' Rackettes/Baby Caught the Bus
21.     "Tell Me 'Bout It"/Joss Stone/Introducing Joss Stone
22.     "Modern Blue"/Rosanne Cash/Modern Blue
23.     "Revival"/The Allman Brothers Band/Idlewild South
24.     "Times Like These"/Rick Danko/Times Like These
25.     "London Calling"/The Clash/London Calling 
26.    "Anarchy in the U.K."/The Sex Pistols/Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols

1 comment:

  1. Hey guys...I happened to be in the car and was able to catch part of your show. Like Paul, for the very first time I heard "Color Him Father" by the Winstons. I found it to be touching and just good, classic soul music. Also, thanks Vinnie for sharing the tidbit that Torrington native Ray Maritano was in the group and played saxophone on the recording...I never knew!