The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Thursday, April 30, 2009
TITICUT FOLIE A DEUX: The playlist for this week's radio show:

Otis Redding: (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Little Richard: Talkin' 'Bout Soul
James Brown: The Popcorn
Go Real Artists: What About You (In the World Today)
The Last Poets: This Is Madness (excerpt)
The Majestics: Funky Chick
Jim Ford: Long Road Ahead
Music Together: No More Pie
Betty Davis: In the Meantime
Ray Charles: You Are My Sunshine
Donnie Fritts: Sumpin' Funky Going On
Luis Santi y Su Conjunto: Los Feligreses
Talking Heads: Paper
Joan Armatrading: Taking My Baby Up Town
The Dixie Hummingbirds: Someday
The Staple Singers: So Soon
Candi Staton: Dust On My Pillow
Solomon Burke: Til I Get It Right
Bill Frisell: Keep Your Eyes Open
Connie Smith: Once a Day
George Jones: A Good Year for the Roses
Charlie Rich: Have a Heart
Glen Campbell: If Not for You
Merle Haggard: Railroad Lady
Jerry Jeff Walker: One Too Many Mornings
Bob Dylan & The Hawks: One Too Many Mornings
The Kinks: I'm in Disgrace
The Modern Lovers: She Cracked
Roxy Music: Mother of Pearl
Pere Ubu: Heaven
Miles Davis: One and One
The Bar-Kays: Love Pollution
Beck: Debra
Galactic: Something's Wrong With This Picture
Flight of the Conchords: Robots
Lube: Ne Valyay Duraka, Amerika
Brave Combo: Atotonilco
Don Byron: Tobacco Auctioneer
Kermit Ruffins: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Steve Allen & Slim Gaillard: Jack and the Beanstalk
Thelonious Monk: Locomotive
Norman Fox and the Rob Roys: Pizza Pie
Elvis Presley & The Jordanaires: Working on a Building
Cowboy Junkies: Working on a Building
The Buzzrats: The Last Shaker Village
The Meat Puppets: Unexplained
Eddie Hinton: Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Hank Williams Jr.: Family Tradition
Bob Dylan: Wigwam

I know I've played "Mother of Pearl" before. I don't care. Some songs are so good you just have to play them again.


posted by Jesse 12:42 AM
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