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by Jesse Walker

Wednesday, February 11, 2009
TITICUT JOLLIES: The playlist from Tuesday's radio show:

Eddie Cochran: Nervous Breakdown
Ronnie Dawson: Reelin' and Rockin'
Johnny Cash: Solitary Man
Jerry Lee Lewis: Just a Little Bit
The Flamin' Groovies: Louie Louie
Richard Hell and the Voidoids: The Plan
Iggy Pop: Repo Man
Penelope Houston: Harry Dean
Nick Drake: Time Has Told Me
Fairport Convention: Who Knows Where the Time Goes
Judee Sill: Lady-O
Karen Dalton: It Hurts Me Too
Howard Tate: Get it While You Can
The Meters: 6V6 LA
Sam and Dave: Wrap it Up
Solomon Burke: Proud Mary
Otis Redding: Look at the Girl
The Meters: Soul Machine
Junior Parker: Lady Madonna
Ann Peebles: Come to Mama
Marty Stuart & The Staple Singers: The Weight
Bob Dylan: Dixie
Mickey Newbury: An American Trilogy
Mahalia Jackson: He Will Remember Me
The Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir: I Want to Ride That Glory Train
Madam Mattie Wigley: Power
Angola Quartet: I'm Stranded on the Banks of Ole Jordan
Johnny Lee Moore: Eighteen Hammers
Charles Mingus: Jelly Roll
The Five Blind Boys of Alabama: The War in Vietnam
Peter Tosh: Johnny B. Goode
The Selecter: James Bond
The Pogues: The Old Main Drag
The Bothy Band: Slides
Elvis Costello: Veronica
The Kinks: Victoria
Dave Davies: Climb Your Wall
Merle Haggard: Honky Tonky Mama
Billy Joe Shaver: Low Down Freedom
Dave Alvin: Amanda
Ludwig van Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D
Mark Knopfler & The Chieftains: Lily of the West
Bob Dylan: Wigwam

Yes, I've played both "The Old Main Drag" and "Lily of the West" on previous shows. I got a little sloppy about that not-repeating-myself thing.

That's my favorite Beethoven piece, by the way. I originally intended to broadcast just one movement from it, but then a friend I hadn't seen in 16 years walked into the studio and I decided to play the whole 40-minute thing so we could talk without distraction. Later I got an email from another friend, telling me he'd tried to tune in to my radio show online but got some classical music feed instead.


posted by Jesse 11:07 PM
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