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by Jesse Walker

Friday, March 13, 2009
FUNDRAISING FOLLIES: WCBN is having its annual fundraiser this week (
donate now!), so I threw the don't-repeat-yourself rule out the window and stuffed my show with songs I'd aired before. Sort of a best-of program, aimed at maximizing the money pledged.

The O'Jays: For the Love of Money
Tower of Power: Back on the Streets
Clarence Carter: Looking for a Fox
Jimmy Brown: Soul Man
Pigmeat Markham: Here Comes the Judge
Sesame Street: Me Lost Me Cookie at the Disco
Stacy Lane: Funky Little Train
Parliament: Ride On
Jerry Lee Lewis: Hold On, I'm Coming
Candi Staton: You Don't Have Far to Go
Kip Anderson: I Went Off and Cried
Doris Duke: To the Other Woman (I'm the Other Woman)
Duffy: Syrup & Honey
Etta James: Take it to the Limit
Booker T. and the MGs: Summertime
The Exotics: Let's Try to Build a Love Affair
Johnnie Taylor: I Don't Want to Lose You
Mariann: The Woman in Me
Freakwater: Good for Nothing
Slim Harpo: Folsom Prison Blues
Johnny Cash: Spiritual
Solomon Burke: I Got the Blues
Booker T. and the MGs: Green Onions
Clarinet Thing: Primitive Southern Brass Band Piece
Randy Newman: Kingfish
Willie Nelson: Just Dropped In
Rick Moranis: SOS
Jimmy Reed: Ends & Odds
Merle Haggard: Trouble in Mind
Charlie Daniels: Long Haired Country Boy
Mickey Newbury: Mobile Blue
Kinky Friedman: We Reserve the Right to Refuse Service to You
Bill Monroe: The Old Brown Country Barn
Tom T. Hall: Ballad of Forty Dollars
The Kinks: Have a Cuppa Tea
Dolly Parton: 9 to 5
Bob Dylan: Precious Angel
J.S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in F Major
Rev. J.M. Gates: These Hard Times
Chris Barber: It's Tight Like That
John Holt: The Tide Is High
Waylon Jennings: Love of the Common People
Herbie Mann: Memphis Underground
George Jones: Life Turned Her That Way
James Carr: Life Turned Her That Way
The Five Blind Boys of Alabama: Bridge Over Troubled Water
Sly and the Family Stone: If You Want Me to Stay
Bobbie Gentry: Okolona River Bottom Band
Bob Dylan: Wigwam

posted by Jesse 12:39 PM
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