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Friday, June 23, 2017

What's Next?? #239 Playlist 06/23/17- The "Don't Let the Man Keep You Down" Edition

What's Next??  Show #239
AIR DATE: 06/23/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Don't Let the Man Keep You Down" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, "What's Next??" celebrates the 50th anniversary of "The Summer of Love" and the Monterrey International Pop Festival.  So, this week, we revisit the summer of 1967- starting off with the legendary performance of The Jimi Hendrix Experience at Monterrey in which he sets his guitar on fire!
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience- "Wild Thing“  Jimi Plays Monterey, 1986, Reprise 
  • Jefferson Airplane- "Somebody to Love“  Surrealistic Pillow, 1967, RCA 
  • The Music Explosion- "Little Bit O' Soul“  Little Bit O' Soul, 1967, Laurie 
  • Strawberry Alarm Clock- "Incense and Peppermints“  Incense and Peppermints, 1967, UNI 
  • Scott McKenzie- "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)“  The Voice of Scott McKenzie, 1967, Ode 
  • The Youngbloods- "Get Together“  The Youngbloods, 1967, RCA 
  • Vanilla Fudge- "You Keep Me Hanging On“  Vanilla Fudge, 1967, Atco 
  • Pink Floyd- "See Emily Play“  The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, 1967, EMI 
  • Big Brother and the Holding Company- "Down on Me“  Big Brother and the Holding Company, 1967, Columbia 
  • The Doors- "Light My Fire“  The Doors, 1967, Elektra 
  • The Hombres- "Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)“  Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out), 1967, Verve 
  • Bobbie Gentry- "Ode to Billie Joe“  Ode to Billie Joe, 1967, Capitol 
  • The Grass Roots- "Let's Live for Today“  Let's Live for Today, 1967, Dunhill 
  • Cream- "I Feel Free“  Fresh Cream, 1966, Atco 
  • The Beatles- "All You Need is Love“  Magical Mystery Tour, 1967, Capitol 
  • The Young Rascals- "Groovin'“  Groovin', 1967, Atlantic 
  • The Blues Project- "Wake Me, Shake Me“  Projections, 1966, Verve 
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience- "Foxy Lady“  Are You Experienced?, 1967, Reprise 
  • Eric Burdon and The Animals- "San Franciscan Nights“  Winds of Change, 1967, MGM 
  • Procol Harum- "A Whiter Shade of Pale“  Procol Harum, 1967, Deram 
  • Moby Grape- "Omaha“  Moby Grape, 1967, Columbia 
  • Jefferson Airplane- "White Rabbit“  Surrealistic Pillow, 1967, RCA 
  • The Grateful Dead- "Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl“  The Grateful Dead, 1967, Warner Bros 
  • Country Joe and the Fish- "Section 43“  Electric Music for the Mind and Body, 1967, Vanguard 
  • Pink Floyd- "Astronomy Domine“  The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, 1967, EMI 
  • Love- "Alone Again, Or“  Forever Changes, 1967, Elektra 
  • The Mamas and the Papas- "Creeque Alley“  Deliver, 1967, Dunhill 
  • The Box Tops- "The Letter“  The Letter/Neon Rainbow, 1967, Bell 
  • Buffalo Springfield- "For What It's Worth“  Buffalo Springfield, 1966, Atco 
  • The Doors- "Break on Through“  The Doors, 1967, Elektra 
  • Van Morrison- "Brown Eyed Girl“  Blowin' Your Mind!, 1967, Bang 
  • The Spencer Davis Group- "I'm a Man“  Single, 1967, Fontana 
  • Traffic- "Paper Sun“  Mr. Fantasy, 1967, Island 
  • The Byrds- "So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star“  Younger than Yesterday, 1967, Columbia 
  • The Monkees- "Pleasant Valley Sunday“  Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd., 1967, Colgems 
  • The Electric Prunes- "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night“  The Electric Prunes, 1967, Reprise 
  • The Turtles- "Happy Together“  Happy Together, 1967, White Whale 
  • Diana Ross and the Supremes- "Reflections“  Reflections, 1967, Motown 
  • The Who- "I Can See for Miles“  Single, 1967, Decca 
  • The Kinks- "Waterloo Sunset“  Something Else by the Kinks, 1967, Pye 
  • The Beatles- "Strawberry Fields Forever“  Magical Mystery Tour, 1967, Capitol 
  • The Beach Boys- "Heroes and Villains“  Smiley Smile, 1967, Capitol 
  • Harpers Bizarre- "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)“  Feelin' Groovy, 1967, Warner Bros 
  • The Blues Magoos- "We Ain't Got Nothing Yet“  Psychedelic Lollipop, 1966, Mercury 
  • Big Brother and the Holding Company- "Bye Bye Baby“  Big Brother and the Holding Company, 1967, Columbia 
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience- "Like a Rolling Stone“  Jimi Plays Monterey, 1986, Reprise 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, June 16, 2017

What's Next?? #238 Playlist 06/16/17- The "Wake Up and Smell The Coffee" Edition

What's Next??  Show #238
AIR DATE: 06/16/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Wake Up and Smell The Coffee" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh
Listen To The Show Archive Here: (available for 2 weeks after broadcast date)
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week's show features all songs about coffee.  A few week's back, a friend suggested that I do this as a theme, and so here it is!  It's surprising how many songs I found that mention coffee!

  • Nina Simone- "Feeling Good“  I Put a Spell on You, 1965, Philips 
  • Scatman Crothers- "Keep That Coffee Hot“  Single, 1955, Century 
  • Frank Sinatra- "The Coffee Song“  Ring-A-Ding-Ding, 1960, Capitol 
  • The Jayhawks- "Five Cups Of Coffee“  Blue Earth, 1989, Twin-Tone 
  • Cowboy Junkies- "Anniversary Song“  Pale Sun, Crescent Moon, 1993, RCA 
  • Dave Dudley- "Coffee Coffee Coffee“  Lonelyville, 1966, Mercury 
  • The Guess Who- "No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature“  American Woman, 1970, RCA 
  • The Ink Spots- "Java Jive“  Single, 1941, Brunswick 
  • Al Hirt- "Java“  Honey in the Horn, 1963, RCA 
  • Shel Silverstein- "Have Another Espresso“  Inside Folk Songs, 1962, Atlantic 
  • Ella Mae Morse- "40 Cups Of Coffee“  Single, 1953, Capitol 
  • Supergrass- "Coffee in the Pot“  Road to Rouen, 2005, Parlophone 
  • Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs- "Sugar Shack“  Sugar Shack, 1963, Dot 
  • Landon Pigg- "Falling In Love At A Coffee Shop“  The Boy Who Never, 2009, RCA 
  • Kate Bush- "Coffee Homeground“  Lionheart, 1978, EMI America 
  • Otis Redding- "Cigarettes And Coffee“  The Soul Album, 1966, Volt 
  • Albert Collins- "Blue Monday Hangover“  Frostbite, 1980, Alligator 
  • Squeeze- "Black Coffee In Bed“  Sweets from a Stranger, 1982, A&M 
  • Sylvan Esso- "Coffee“  Sylvan Esso, 2014, Partisan 
  • String Theorie- "Captain's Coffee“  Live at La Paloma, 2013, Self Released 
  • The White Stripes- "One More Cup of Coffee“  The White Stripes, 2002, Third Man 
  • Blur- "Coffee + TV“  Coffee + TV EP, 1999, EMI 
  • Prince- "Starfish and Coffee“  Sign 'O' The Times, 1987, Warner Bros. 
  • David Bowie- "When The Wind Blows“  When the Wind Blows (Soundtrack), 1986, Virgin 
  • Cream- "The Coffee Song“  Fresh Cream, 1966, Atco 
  • Charlie Daniels Band- "High Lonesome“  High Lonesome, 1976, Epic 
  • Robert Plant- "One More Cup of Coffee“  Dreamland, 2002, Universal 
  • Lyle Lovett- "Just The Morning“  I Love Everybody, 1994, Curb/MCA 
  • Peggy Lee- "Black Coffee“  Black Coffee With Peggy Lee, 1956, Decca 
  • Mighty Mo Rodgers- "Black Coffee And Cigarettes“  Cadillac Jack, 2011, Model Music 
  • Osibisa- "The Coffee Song“  Single, 1976, Island 
  • Mississippi John Hurt- "Coffee Blues“  Avalon Blues, 1963, Vanguard 
  • The Monkees- "Early Morning Blues And Greens“  Headquarters, 1967, Colgems 
  • Gene Harris & Jack McDuff- "Smack Dab In The Middle“  (Down Home) Blues, 1996, ArsNova 
  • Bob Marley- "One Cup of Coffee“  Songs of Freedom, 1992, Island 
  • Delbert McClinton- "Your Memory, Me, And The Blues“  Cost of Living, 2005, New West 
  • Gordon Lightfoot- "Second Cup of Coffee“  Don Quixote, 1972, Reprise 
  • Nat King Cole Trio- "You're the Cream in My Coffee“  The Complete Capitol Recordings, 1993, Capitol 
  • Ray Charles- "Hallelujah I Love Her So“  Soul Meeting, 1957, Atlantic 
  • The Cranberries- "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee“  Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, 2001, Geffen 
  • Suzanne Vega- "Tom’s Diner“  Solitude Standing, 1987, A&M 
  • Humble Pie- "Black Coffee“  The Definitive Collection, 2006, A&M 
  • Ella Fitzgerakd- "Black Coffee“  The Jazz Sides, 1948, Verve 
  • Natalie Cole- "Coffee Time“  Still Unforgettable, 2008, Atco 
  • Bob Dylan- "One More Cup of Coffee“  Desire, 1976, Columbia 
  • Swingadelic- "Java“  Tousaintville, 2014, ZoHo 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, June 9, 2017

What's Next?? #237 Playlist 06/09/17- The "Wing and a Prayer" Edition

What's Next??  Show #237
AIR DATE: 06/09/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Wing and a Prayer" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
There's no real theme to this week's show, just a mix of some old favorites, and selections from the "new rock" shelf at the station.

  • Weather Report- "Birdland“  Heavy Weather, 1977, Columbia 
  • Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- "Lochs of Dread“  Live Art, 1996, Warner Bros 
  • Peter Gabriel- "A Different Drum“  Passion- Music for The Last Temptation of Christ, 1989, Geffen 
  • Blind Faith- "Can't Find My Way Back Home“  Blind Faith (Deluxe Edition), 1969, Polydor 
  • Dan Auerbach- "Shine on Me“  Waiting on a Song, 2017, Easy Eye Sound 
  • Stan Getz- "The Girl from Ipanema“  The Girl from Ipanema, 2016, U-5 
  • Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians- "Globe of Frogs“  Globe of Frogs, 1987, A&M 
  • Robyn Hitchcock- "I Want to Tell You About What I Want“  Robyn Hitchcock, 2017, Yep Rock 
  • Pink Floyd- "Fearless“  Meddle, 1971, Capitol 
  • The Psychedelic Furs- "India“  The Psychedelic Furs, 1980, Columbia 
  • The Magnetic Fields- "81 How to Play the Synthesizer“  50 Song Memoir, 2017, Nonesuch 
  • Sinkane- "The Way“  Life & Livin' It, 2017, City Slang 
  • Eric Burdon & War- "Paint it Black Medley“  The Black Man's Burdon, 1970, Avenue/Rhino 
  • The Doors- "When the Music's Over“  Strange Days, 1967, Elektra 
  • Alt-J- "House of the Rising Sun“  Relaxer, 2017, Infectious/Atlantic 
  • Etta James- "Misty“  Tell Mama - The Complete Muscle Shoals Sessions, 2001, Chess 
  • The Dave Brubeck Quartet- "Take Five“  Time Out, 1959, Columbia 
  • The Beach Boys- "God Only Knows“  Pet Sounds, 1966, Capitol 
  • The Rolling Stones- "2,000 Light Years From Home“  Their Satanic Majesties Request, 1967, London 
  • EL VY- "I'm the Man to Be“  Return to the Moon, 2015, 4AD 
  • The Velvet Underground- "The Gift“  White Light/White Heat, 1968, Verve 
  • Love- "Revelation“  Da Capo, 1966, Elektra 
  • Jefferson Airplane- "Have You seen the Saucers?“  Early Flight, 1974, RCA 
  • Traffic- "40,000 Headmen“  Welcome to the Canteen, 1971, Island 
  • The Moody Blues- "Legend of a Mind“  In Search of the Lost Chord, 1968, Deram 
  • Chicago Transit Authority- "I'm a Man“  Chicago Transit Authority, 1969, Columbia 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

What's Next?? #236 Playlist 06/07/17- The "What's Next on a Wednesday?" Edition

What's Next??  Show #236
AIR DATE: 06/07/17 1p-4p 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "What's Next on a Wednesday?" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
What's Next makes a rare daytime appearance this week- filling in for Walt "Uncle Wobbly." On the show this week, an interview with local filmmaker Craig Norton about his current documentary, "Rhythms of Life."  Also, a mix of old and new music in the last half of the show.

  • The Beatles- "Tomorrow Never Knows“  Revolver, 1966, Capitol 
  • Peter Gabriel- "The Rhythm of the Heat“  Security, 1982, Geffen 
  • Tor Deitchricson- "Tambo/Carnival Rhumba“  Global Village, 1987, Global Pacific 
  • Ray Spiegel Ensemble- "Soul at Sunrise“  Moksha, 2014, Simla House 
  • Jade Warrior- "Heaven Stone“  Way of the Sun, 1978, Island 
  • Babatunde Olatunji- "Jin-Go-Lo-Ba“  Drums of Passion, 1959, Columbia 
  • Brand X- "And So to F“  Macrocosm- Introducing Brand X, 2003, Virgin 
  • Genesis- "Dance on a Volcano>Los Endos“  3-19-77 Live, 1977, n/a 
  • Fela Kuti and the Africa 70 with Ginger Baker- "Let's Start“  Live!, 1970, Universal 
  • Rusted Root- "Drum Trip/Ecstasy“  When I Woke, 1994, Mercury 
  • Midlake- "The Old and the Young“  Antiphon, 2014, ATO 
  • The Amazing- "Divide“  Ambulance, 2016, PTKF 
  • Gov't Mule- "Pressure Under Fire“  Revolution Come...Revolution Go, 2017, Fantasy 
  • Cigarettes After Sex- "K.“  Cigarettes After Sex, 2017, Partisan 
  • Israel Nash- "Strangers“  Silver Season, 2015, Loose 
  • Jeff Beck- "Air Blower“  Blow By Blow, 1975, Epic 
  • The Record Company- "Feels So Good“  Give it Back to You, 2016, Concord 
  • Kaleo- "No Good“  A/B, 2016, Atlantic 
  • Los Straitjackets- "Cruel to Be Kind“  What's So Funny About Peace Love and Los Straightjackets, 2017, Yep Rock 
  • Jerry Garcia and David Grisman- "The Thrill is Gone“  Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, 1991, Acoustic Disc 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, June 2, 2017

What's Next?? #235 Playlist 06/02/17- The "A Splendid Time is Guaranteed for All" Edition

What's Next??  Show #235
AIR DATE: 06/02/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "A Splendid Time is Guaranteed for All" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week marks 50 years since The Beatles release Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.  To commemorate this historic album, we listen to the album track-by-track, with the original songs and cover versions.   The show opens and closes with Allman Brothers' songs to pay tribute to Gregg Allman, who passed away this week at the age of 69.  Gregg was the godfather of southern Rock, with a soulful voice and amazing keyboard chops.  RIP Gregg.
  • The Allman Brothers Band- "Dreams“  The Allman Brothers Band, 1969, Capricorn 
  • Gregg Allman- "Midnight Rider“  Laid Back, 1973, Capricorn 
  • The Beatles- "Sgt. Peppers Lonley Hearts Club Band/ With a Little Help From My Friends“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Bill Cosby- "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band“  Bill Cosby Sings Hooray for the Salvation Army Band!, 1968, Warner Bros 
  • Joe Cocker- "With A Little Help From My Friends (Live)“  Mad Dogs and Englishmen, 1970, A&M 
  • The Beatles- "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds (Mono)“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Mono Box), 2009, Apple/EMI 
  • Elton John- "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds“  Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy (Remastered), 1975, Rocket/MCA 
  • William Shatner- "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds“  The Transformed Man, 1968, Decca 
  • The Beatles- "Getting Better“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • The Wedding Present- "Getting Better“  Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father, 1988, NME/Island 
  • Gomez- "Getting Better“  Abandoned Shopping Trolley Hotline, 2000, Virgin 
  • Status Quo- "Getting Better“  All This and World War II, 1976, 20th Century 
  • The Beatles- "Fixing a Hole“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • The Beatles- "Fixing a Hole (Mono)“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Mono Box), 2009, Apple/EMI 
  • George Burns- "Fixing a Hole“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Soundtrack), 1978, RSO 
  • World Party- "Fixing a Hole“  Arkeology, 2012, Seaview 
  • The Beatles- "She's Leaving Home“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Syreeta- "She's Leaving Home“  Syreeta, 1972, Motown 
  • Harry Nilsson- "Shes' Leaving Home“  Pandemonium Shadow Show, 1967, RCA 
  • The Beatles- "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Big Daddy- "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite“  Sgt. Pepper's, 1992, Rhino 
  • Caravan of Thieves- "Girl/Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite“  Mischief Night, 2010, Self Released 
  • The Beatles- "Within You Without You (Mono)“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Mono Box), 2009, Apple/EMI 
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band- "Within You Without You“  Live From The Fox Oakland, 2017, Concord 
  • Sonic Youth- "Within You Without You“  Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father, 1988, NME/Island 
  • Patti Smith- "Within You Without You“  Twelve, 2007, Columbia 
  • The Beatles- "When I'm Sixty-Four“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Keith Moon- "When I'm Sixty-Four“  All This and World War II, 1976, 20th Century 
  • Georgie Fame- "When I'm Sixty-Four“  The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde, 1967, Epic 
  • The Beatles- "Lovely Rita“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Fats Domino- "Lovely Rita“  Sweet Patootie: Complete Reprise Recordings, 2004, Rhino/Reprise 
  • Cheap Trick- "Lovely Rita“  Sgt. Pepper Live, 2009, Big 3 
  • The Beatles- "Good Morning Good Morning“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Paul Nicholas- "Good Morning Good Morning“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Soundtrack), 1978, RSO 
  • The Flaming Lips- "Good Morning Good Morning“  With a Little Help from my Friends, 2014, Warner Bros 
  • The Beatles- "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)/A Day in the Lift“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Jeff Beck- "A Day In the Life“  Live at Ronnie Scott's, 2008, Eagle Rock 
  • The Alllman Brothers Band- "You Don't Love Me/Soul Serenade“  Dreams (Box Set), 1989, Capricorn 
  • The Allman Brothers Band- "Statesboro Blues“  Live at Fillmore East, 1971, Capricorn 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, May 26, 2017

What's Next?? #234 Playlist 05/26/17- The "Shaken, Not Stirred" Edition

What's Next??  Show #234
AIR DATE: 05/26/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Shaken, Not Stirred" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, "What's Next??" pays tribute to the late Sir Roger Moore, best known for his portrayal of James Bond.  Starting with 1973's "Live and Let Die," Moore starred as Bond is 7 films.  Music from all 27 Bond films are featured in this week's show- from 1962's "Dr. No" through 2015's "Spectre."
  • John Barry- "James Bond Theme“  Dr. No (Soundtrack), 1962, United Artists 
  • Diana Coupland- "Under the Mango Tree“  Dr. No (Soundtrack), 1962, United Artists 
  • Matt Monro- "From Russia With Love“  From Russia With Love (Soundtrack), 1963, United Artists 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "Opening Titles (Medley): James Bond Is Back: From Russia With Love: James Bond Theme“  From Russia With Love (Soundtrack), 1963, United Artists 
  • Shirley Bassey- "Goldfinger“  Goldfinger (Soundtrack), 1964, United Artists 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "The Laser Beam“  Goldfinger (Soundtrack), 1964, United Artists 
  • Tom Jones- "Thunderball“  Thunderball (Soundtrack), 1965, United Artists 
  • Shirley Bassey- "Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang“  50 Years of James Bond, 2012, Capitol 
  • Dusty Springfield- "The Look of Love“  The Look of Love, 1967, Philips 
  • Nancy Sinatra- "You Only Live Twice“  You Only Live Twice (Soundtrack), 1967, United Artists 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "Capsule in Space“  You Only Live Twice (Soundtrack), 1967, United Artists 
  • Louis Armstrong- "We Have All The Time In The World“  On Her Majesty's Secret Service (Soundtrack), 1969, EMI 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "On Her Majesty’s Secret Service“  On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Soundtrack), 1969, EMI 
  • Nina- "Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown“  On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Soundtrack), 1969, EMI 
  • Shirley Bassey- "Diamonds Are Forever“  Diamonds Are Forever (Soundtrack), 1971, EMI 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "Bond Smells a Rat“  Diamonds Are Forever (Soundtrack), 1971, EMI 
  • Paul McCartney & Wings- "Live and Let Die“  Live And Let Die (Soundtrack), 1973, United Artists 
  • The George Martin Orchestra- "Fillet Of Soul-New Orleans/Live And Let Die/Fillet Of Soul-Harlem (Medley)“  Live And Let Die (Soundtrack), 1973, United Artists 
  • Lulu- "The Man With the Golden Gun“  The Man With the Golden Gun (Soundtrack), 1974, EMI 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "Hip’s Trip“  The Man With the Golden Gun (Soundtrack), 1974, EMI 
  • Carly Simon- "Nobody Does It Better“  The Spy Who Loved Me (Soundtrack), 1977, EMI 
  • Marvin Hamlisch- "The Pyramids“  The Spy Who Loved Me (Soundtrack), 1977, EMI 
  • Marvin Hamlisch- "Bond 77“  The Spy Who Loved Me (Soundtrack), 1977, EMI 
  • Shirley Bassey- "Moonraker“  Moonraker (Soundtrack), 1979, EMI 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "Cable Car And Snake Fight“  Moonraker (Soundtrack), 1979, EMI 
  • Sheena Easton- "For Your Eyes Only“  For Your Eyes Only (Soundtrack), 1981, Liberty 
  • Blondie- "For Your Eyes Only“  The Hunter, 1982, Chrysalis 
  • Rita Coolidge- "All Time High“  Octopussy (Soundtrack), 1981, A&M 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "The Chase Bomb Theme“  Octopussy (Soundtrack), 1983, A&M 
  • Lani- "Never Say Never Again“  Never Say Never Again, 2010, Silva America 
  • Duran Duran- "A View to A Kill“  A View to A Kill (Soundtrack), 1985, Capitol 
  • The John Barry Orchestra- "Snow Job“  A View to A Kill (Soundtrack), 1985, Capitol 
  • A-Ha- "The Living Daylights“  The Living Daylights (Soundtrack), 1987, Warner Bros 
  • The Pretenders- "Where Has Everybody Gone“  The Living Daylights (Soundtrack), 1987, Warner Bros 
  • The Pretenders- "If There Was a Man (Closing Credits)“  The Living Daylights (Soundtrack), 1987, Warner Bros 
  • Gladys Knight- "License To Kill“  License To Kill (Soundtrack), 1989, Geffen 
  • Tina Turner- "GoldenEye (Single Edit)“  GoldenEye (Soundtrack), 1995, EMI 
  • Sheryl Crow- "Tomorrow Never Dies“  Tomorrow Never Dies (Soundtrack), 1997, A&M 
  • Garbage- "The World Is Not Enough“  The World Is Not Enough (Soundtrack), 1999, EMI 
  • k.d. Lang- "Surrender (Closing Credits)“  Tomorrow Never Dies (Soundtrack), 1997, A&M 
  • Scott Walker- "Only Myself To Blame“  The World is Not Enough (Soundtrack), 1999, EMI 
  • Madonna- "Die Another Day“  Die Another Day, 2002, Warner Bros 
  • Chris Cornell- "You Know My Name“  Casino Royale (Soundtrack), 2002, Sony 
  • David Arnold- "Vesper“  Casino Royale (Soundtrack), 2002, Sony 
  • Jack White & Alicia Keys- "Another Way to Die“  Quantum of Solace (Soundtrack), 2008, J 
  • David Arnold- "Time To Get Out“  Quantum of Solace (Soundtrack), 2008, J 
  • Adele- "Skyfall“  Skyfall (Soundtrack), 2012, Sony 
  • Sam Smith- "Writing's on the Wall“  Spectre (Soundtrack), 2015, Sony 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, May 19, 2017

What's Next?? #233 Playlist 05/19/17- The "Great American Road Trip" Edition

What's Next??  Show #233
AIR DATE: 05/19/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Great American Road Trip" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, "What's Next??" is teaming up with John Rinaldi and "Oh Boy! 3AM" to present 6 hours about driving and cars.  I'll be taking you on an American Road trip through music, and John will be celebrating the 90th anniversary of the last Model T rolling of the assembly line!  The show starts off with Audioslave, in memory of Chris Cornell, lead singer of that band and Soundgarden, who passed away earlier this week.  RIP Chris.

  • Audioslave- "I am the Highway“  Audioslave, 2002, Interscope 
  • Amos Lee- "Windows are Rolled Down“  Mission Bell, 2011, Blue Note 
  • Neil Young- "Albuquerque“  Tonight's The Night, 1975, Reprise 
  • Freddie King- "I’m On My Way To Atlanta“  Single, 1962, King 
  • Fats Domino- "I’m Walking To New Orleans“  Single, 1960, London 
  • Paul Simon- "Graceland“  Graceland, 1986, Warner Bros 
  • Warren Zevon- "Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead“  Mr. Bad Example, 1991, Giant/Reprise 
  • Kaleo- "Automobile“  A/B, 2016, Atlantic 
  • Leon Redbone- "Big Bad Bill“  Champagne Charlie, 1978, Warner Bros 
  • Slim Gaillard & His Flat Foot Floogie Boys- "Palm Springs Jump“  Single, 1942, Columbia 
  • Little Feat- "Texas Rose Cafe“  Sailin' Shoes, 1972, Warner Bros 
  • Janis Joplin- "Me and Bobby McGee“  Pearl, 1971, Columbia 
  • Bobby Charles with Delbert McClinton- "Last Train To Memphis“  Last Train To Memphis, 2003, Rice 'N'Gravy 
  • The Blues Brothers- "Sweet Home Chicago“  Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1980, Atlantic 
  • Elvis Presley- "Viva Las Vegas“  Elvis Presley, 1963, RCA 
  • Firekid- "Die For Alabama“  Firekid, 2015, Atlantic 
  • Led Zeppelin- "Going to California“  Led Zeppelin IV, 1971, Atlantic 
  • Paper Lace- "The Night Chicago Died“  And Other Bits of Material, 1974, Mercury 
  • The Jesters- "Night Train From Chicago“  The Legendary Sun Records Story, Vol. 2, 1964, Sun 
  • Arthur Crudup- "Mean Old Santa Fe“  Single, 1950, RCA 
  • Steely Dan- "East St. Louis Toodle-Oo“  Pretzel Logic, 1974, MCA 
  • The Pretenders- "My City Was Gone“  Learning to Crawl, 1984, Sire 
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young- "Prison Song“  CSNY 1974, 2014, Rhino 
  • Grateful Dead- "Truckin'“  American Beauty, 1970, Warner Bros 
  • The Beatles- "Get Back (Live)“  Anthology 3, 1996, Apple 
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble- "Texas Flood“  Texas Flood, 1983, Epic 
  • Marty Robbins- "El Paso“  Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, 1959, Columbia 
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival- "Lodi“  Green River, 1969, Fantasy 
  • Johnny Cash- "Wanted Man“  Little Fauss and Big Halsy (Soundtrack), 1970, Sony 
  • Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band- "Hollywood Nights“  Stranger In Town, 1978, Capitol 
  • Parliament- "Chocolate City“  Chocolate City, 1975, Casablanca 
  • Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson- "We Almost Lost Detroit“  Bridges, 1977, Arista 
  • Dr. John & Chris Barber- "Big Bass Drum (On A Mardis Gras Day)“  Big Bass Drum, 1990, Great Southern 
  • Patsy Cline- "San Antonio Rose“  The Patsy Cline Story, 1962, MCA 
  • Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys- "New San Antonio Rose“  Single, 1940, Okeh 
  • The Andrews Sisters- "Chattanooga Choo Choo“  Single, 1942, Brunswick 
  • Billy Joel- "New York State of Mind“  Turnstiles, 1976, Columbia 
  • Scott McKenzie- "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)“  The Voice of Scott McKenzie, 1967, Columbia 
  • Daryl Hall & John Oates- "Fall In Philadelphia“  Whole Oats, 1972, Atlantic 
  • Little Feat- "Dixie Chicken“  Dixie Chicken, 1971, Warner Bros 
  • Eric Burdon and The Animals- "San Francisco Nights“  Winds of Change, 1967, MGM 
  • The Doors- "L.A. Woman“  L.A. Woman, 1971, Elektra 
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