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by Jesse Walker

Tuesday, April 07, 2009
VICTORY FOLLIES: Had an especially fun radio show today. The playlist:

The Sex Pistols: Pretty Vacant
X: Soul Kitchen
The Damned: Neat Neat Neat
New York Dolls: Personality Crisis
Jason and the Nashville Scorchers: I'd Rather Die Young/Candy Kisses
The Flamin' Groovies: Walkin' the Dog
The Cramps: Goo Goo Muck
Little Richard: The Girl Can't Help It
The O'Jays: Work on Me
Michael Jackson: Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough
Loose Joints: Is It All Over My Face?
Talking Heads: Take Me to the River
Clifton Chenier: Ay, Ai, Ai
Buckwheat Zydeco: Skip to My Blues
Doug Sahm: Dealer's Blues
Howlin' Wolf: The Killing Floor
Bobby Womack: What Is This?
Charles Mingus: Gunslinging Bird
Travis Wammack: You Better Move On
Michelle Shocked: Strange Things Happening Every Day
Sister Rosetta Tharpe: Oh, When I Come to the End of My Journey
O.V. Wright: I'm Going Home (To Live With God)
Percy Sledge: Behind Closed Doors
The Kinks: You Make It All Worthwhile
The Skatalites: Independence Anniversay Ska
Bob Marley: One Love/People Get Ready
The Impressions: People Get Ready
Kitty Wells: She's No Angel
Bobby Bare: The Winner
Robbie Fulks: Coldwater, Tennessee
Steve Earle: Everyone's In Love With You
The Velvet Underground: All Tomorrow's Parties
Henry Flynt: White Lightening
Marty Stuart & Johnny Cash: Get In Line Brother
Rick Moranis: Wheaties Box
Billy Joe Shaver: Fit to Kill and Going Out in Style
Dwight Yoakam: Little Sister
Southern Culture on the Skids: Nothing Song
Billy "The Kid" Emerson: Red Hot
Roger Miller: Dang Me
The Riptides: Machine Gun
John Cougar Mellencamp: Rain on the Scarecrow
Boiled in Lead: Newry Highwayman
The Boys of the Lough: Colonel Robertson/The Atholl Highlanders
The Pogues: Planxty Noel Hill
The Roches: Losing True
The Kinks: See My Friends
The Beatles: Tomorrow Never Knows
They Might Be Giants: Minimum Wage
Elvis Costello: Waiting for the End of the World
The Blasters: Border Radio
Bob Dylan: Wigwam

Aside from my brief intro at the beginning of the program, there wasn't a moment without music: Every song segued into the item that followed it. I spoke over the Mingus, Skatalites, Flynt, Boys of the Lough, and Dylan tracks.

posted by Jesse 10:12 PM
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