Doris Duke: Too Much to Bear Chuck and Mariann: Let's Walk Down the Street Together The Mighty Clouds of Joy: He's Able Sam and Dave: When Something Is Wrong With My Baby Etta James: Take It to the Limit Aretha Franklin: Precious Lord, Take My Hand/You've Got a Friend Charles Mingus: Better Git It In Your Soul Parliament: What Comes Funky Jimmy Brown: Soul Man The Ohio Players: Smoke Dr. John/The Meters: Peace Brother Peace Howlin' Wolf: Moanin' for My Baby John Lee Hooker: Baby Please Don't Go Richard Thompson: Oops! I Did It Again The Kinks: Catch Me Now I'm Falling Johnny Cash: Michigan City Howdy Do David Allan Coe: Bossier City Jerry Lee Lewis: What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me) Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard: Working Girl Blues Merle Haggard: Workin' Man Blues Steve Earle: My Uncle Mickey Newbury: The Future's Not What It Used to Be Robbie Fulks: If They Could Only See Me Now Moonshine Willy: Turn the Lights Down Low The Rolling Stones: Dead Flowers Porter Wagoner: The Rubber Room Jennifer Warnes: Sign on the Window Bob Dylan: My Blue Eyed Jane Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks: My Old Timey Baby Tammy Wynette: D-I-V-O-R-C-E Doris Duke: Divorce Decree Beck: Burro The Pogues: Fiesta Los Super Seven: La Sirena The Buzzrats: Cautionary Tale Rick Moranis: SOS Don Redman: Chant of the Weed Kenneth Rexroth: State & 32nd Dead Kennedys: Kill the Poor The Presidents of the United States of America: Devil in a Sleepin' Bag The Washington Squares: D Train Carl Perkins/Johnny Cash/Willie Nelson/Bono/Tom Petty: Give Me Back My Job Terry Allen: Amarillo Highway Solomon Burke: She Thinks I Still Care Van Morrison/The Chieftains: Raglan Road The Waterboys: Jimmy Hickey's Waltz Bob Dylan: Wigwam
Yes, "Oops! I Did It Again" is that crappy Britney Spears song. Believe it or not, Richard Thompson turns it into something good. And yes, "Take It to the Limit" is that crappy Eagles song. Believe it or not, Etta James turns it into something great. After I played it, someone called in to request that I play it again.