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Friday, February 17, 2017

What's Next?? #221 Playlist 02/17/17- The "What a Difference a Day Makes" Edition

What's Next??  Show #221
AIR DATE: 02/17/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "What a Difference a Day Makes" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week's show features songs that have days of the week in the song title, or within the lyrics.
  • Jethro Tull- "Stormy Monday“  This Was (Expanded), 1968, Parlophone 
  • Steely Dan- "Black Friday“  Katy Lied, 1975, MCA 
  • U2- "Sunday Bloody Sunday“  War, 1983, Island 
  • Joe Cocker- "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window“  Joe Cocker!, 1969, A&M 
  • The Boomtown Rats- "I Don't Like Mondays“  The Fine Art of Surfacing, 1979, Columbia 
  • The Easybeats- "Friday on My Mind“  Good Friday, 1967, United Artists 
  • Johnny Cash- "Sunday Morning Coming Down“  The Johnny Cash Show, 1970, Columbia 
  • Dave Edmunds- "Here Comes the Weekend“  Get It, 1977, Swan Song 
  • The Moody Blues- "Tuesday Afternoon“  Days of Future Passed, 1967, Deram 
  • King Crimson- "Book of Saturday“  Larks' Tongues in Aspic, 1973, Island 
  • Genesis- "Get 'em Out By Friday“  Foxtrot, 1972, Atlantic 
  • David Bowie- "Drive-In Saturday“  Aladin Sane, 1973, RCA 
  • The Fugs- "Nothing“  Electromagnetic Steamboat: The Reprise Recordings, 2006, Reprise 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Monday Morning“  Fleetwood Mac, 1975, Reprise 
  • Elvis Costello- "Seven Day Weekend“  Out of Our Idiot, 1987, Universal 
  • Graham Parker- "Saturday Night is Dead“  Squeezing Out Sparks, 1979, Arista 
  • Joe Jackson- "Sunday Papers“  Look Sharp!, 1979, A&M 
  • The Beatles- "Lady Madonna“  1, 2000, Apple 
  • Sting- "Seven Days“  Ten Summoner's Tales, 1993, A&M 
  • Ray Charles and the Count Basie Orchestra- "Every Saturday Night“  Ray Sings, Basie Swings, 2006, Concord 
  • The Rolling Stones- "Ruby Tuesday“  Between the Buttons, 1967, Decca 
  • Simon and Garfunkel- "Wednesday Morning, 3 AM“  Wednesday Morning, 3 AM, 1964, Columbia 
  • Tom Waits- "(Looking For) The Heart of Saturday Night“  The Heart of Saturday Night, 1974, Asylum 
  • Beck- "Sunday Sun“  Sea Change, 2002, Geffen 
  • Duran Duran- "New Moon on Monday“  Seven and the Ragged Tiger, 1983, Capitol 
  • The Cure- "10:15 Saturday Night“  Three Imaginary Boys, 1979, Fiction 
  • The Clash- "Police on My Back“  Sandinista!, 1980, Epic 
  • Doves- "Friday's Dust“  The Last Broadcast, 2002, Capitol 
  • Steven Wilson- "Sunday Rain Sets In“  4.5, 2016, K-Scope 
  • Elton John- "Saturday Night's Allright For Fighting“  Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, 1973, MCA 
  • Electric Light Orchestra- "The Diary of Horace Wimp“  Discovery, 1979, Jet 
  • The Doors- "Blue Sunday“  Morrison Hotel, 1970, Elektra 
  • The Velvet Underground & Nico- "Sunday Morning“  The Velvet Underground & Nico, 1967, Verve 
  • Fats Domino- "Blue Monday“  Single, 1956, Imperial 
  • Sam Cooke- "Another Saturday Night“  Ain't That Good News, 1964, RCA 
  • Aztec Two Step- "It's Going on Saturday“  See It Was Like This..., 1989, Rounder 
  • Cat Stevens- "Tuesday's Dead“  Teaser and the Firecat, 1971, A&M 
  • Paul Weller- "Friday Street“  Heavy Soul, 1997, Island 
  • Allman Brothers Band- "Stormy Monday“  At Fillmore East, 1971, Capricorn 
  • Funkadelic- "Friday Night, August 14th“  Free Your Mind...and Your Ass Will Follow, 1970, Westbound 
  • Earth, Wind and Fire- "Saturday Night“  Spirit, 1976, Columbia 
  • Chicago- "Saturday in the Park“  Chicago V, 1972, Columbia 
  • The Grateful Dead- "One More Saturday Night“  Europe '72, 1972, Warner Bros 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, February 10, 2017

What's Next?? #220 Playlist 02/10/17- The "I'll Give You Something to Cry About" Edition

What's Next??  Show #220
AIR DATE: 02/10/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "I'll Give You Something to Cry About" 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 month marks the 50th anniversary of the first commercially available "Wah Wah" pedal.  To commemorate the event, we present songs that feature the "Wah Wah" pedal (or a "Cry Baby" pedal as it is also known.)
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience- "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)“  Electric Ladyland, 1968, Reprise 
  • Isaac Hayes- "Theme From Shaft (Vocal Version)“  Shaft (Soundtrack), 1970, Enterprise 
  • Mick Ronson- "Angel No. 9“  Play Don't Worry, 1975, RCA 
  • Blind Faith- "Presence of the Lord“  Blind Faith, 1969, Polydor 
  • The Rolling Stones- "Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)“  Goats Head Soup, 1973, Rolling Stones 
  • James Gang- "Walk Away“  Thirds, 1971, ABC 
  • Marvin Gaye- "Let's Get It On“  Let's Get It On, 1973, Tamla 
  • War- "Cisco Kid“  The World is a Ghetto, 1972, United Artists 
  • Chicago- "25 of 6 to 4“  Chicago II, 1970, Columbia 
  • Jeff Beck- "I Ain't Superstitious“  Truth, 1968, Epic 
  • Steve Vai- "Bad Horsie“  Alien Love Secrets, 1995, Relativity 
  • Cream- "Tales of Brave Ulysses“  Disraeli Gears, 1967, Polydor 
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble- "Say What!“  Soul to Soul, 1985, Epic 
  • The Stooges- "1969“  The Stooges, 1969, Elektra 
  • Living Colour- "Cult of Personality“  Vivid, 1988, Epic 
  • Metallica- "Enter Sandman“  Metallica, 1991, Elektra 
  • Black Sabbath- "Electric Funeral“  Paranoid, 1970, Vertigo 
  • Frank Zappa- "Inca Roads“  One Size Fits All, 1975, DiskReet 
  • Frank Zappa- "I'm the Slime“  Over-Nite Sensation, 1973, DiskReet 
  • Robin Trower- "Too Rolling Stoned“  Bridge of Sighs, 1974, Chrysalis 
  • Joe Satriani- "Surfing With The Alien“  Surfing With The Alien, 1987, Relativity 
  • U2- "Mysterious Ways“  Achtung Baby, 1991, Island 
  • The Stone Roses- "Fool's Gold“  The Stone Roses, 1989, Silvertone 
  • Status Quo- "Pictures of Matchstick Men“  Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo, 1968, Sanctuary 
  • Joe Walsh- "The Confessor“  The Confessor, 1985, Warner Bros 
  • Supertramp- "Bloody Well Right“  Crime of the Century, 1974, A&M 
  • Free- "I'll Be Creepin'“  Free, 1969, A&M 
  • The Temptations- "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone“  All Directions, 1972, Gordy 
  • Mike Bloomfield, Stephen Stills, Al Kooper- "Season of the Witch“  Super Session, 1968, Columbia 
  • David Bowie- "Cracked Actor“  Aladdin Sane, 1973, RCA 
  • The Steve Miller Band- "The Joker“  The Joker, 1973, Capitol 
  • Swervedriver- "Sci-Flyer“  Raise, 1991, A&M 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Sunday, February 5, 2017

What's Next?? #219 Playlist 02/03/17- The "Crescent Moon Hanging Low in the Sky" Edition

What's Next??  Show #219
AIR DATE: 02/03/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Crescent Moon Hanging Low in the Sky" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" album.  Released on February 4, 1977, this album spawned numerous hit singles, and became the best selling album of the band's career.  "Rumours" went multi-platinum and is one of the best selling albums of all time.
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Shake Your Moneymaker“  Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, 1968, Blue Horizon 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Black Magic Woman“  Mr. Wonderful, 1969, Epic 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Oh Well“  Then Play On, 1969, Reprise 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Albatross“  English Rose, 1969, Epic 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)“  Single, 1970, Reprise 
  • Chicken Shack- "I'd Rather Go Blind“  The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions, 2007, Blue Horizon 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Bare Trees“  Bare Trees, 1972, Reprise 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Hypnotized“  Mystery to Me, 1973, Reprise 
  • Buckingham Nicks- "Frozen Love“  Buckingham Nicks, 1973, Polydor 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "World Turning“  Fleetwood Mac, 1975, Reprise 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Second Hand News“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • KT Tunstall- "Second Hand News“  Live, 2013, n/a 
  • Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs- "Second Hand News“  Under the Covers, Vol 2, 2009, Shout Factory 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Dreams“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • The Coors- "Dreams“  Talk on Corners, 1998, Atlantic 
  • The Kills- "Dreams“  Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac, 2012, Concord 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Never Going Back Again“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Gary R. Peterson- "Never Going Back Again“  Tonewood, 2016, Self Released 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Don't Stop“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Status Quo- "Don't Stop“  Quotations, 2002, Universal 
  • Pink Turtle- "Don't Stop“  A la Mode, 2012, Fremeaux 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Go Your Own Way“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • The Lumineers- "Go Your Own Way“  The Grammys Reimagined, 2013, n/a 
  • Keane- "Go Your Own Way“  Live on BBC Radio 2, 2012, BBC 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Songbird“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Songbird, Take 10 (Instrumental)“  Rumours (Deluxe Edition), 2013, Warner Bros 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "The Chain“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Brandi Carlisle- "The Chain“  Sweetheart 2014, 2014, Hear Music 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "You Make Loving Fun“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • KT Tunstall- "You Make Loving Fun“  Live, 2013, n/a 
  • Drew- "You Make Loving Fun“  Come As You Are, 2016, Andrew Garcia 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "I Don't Want to Know“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Orian and Obadiah- "I Don't Want to Know“  n/a, 2015, n/a 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Oh Daddy“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Natalie Cole- "Oh Daddy“  I Love You So, 1979, Capitol 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Gold Dust Woman“  Rumours, 1977, Warner Bros 
  • Warren Haynes, Railroad Earth, Grace Potter- "Gold Dust Woman“  Ashes and Dust, 2015, Concord 
  • Hole- "Gold Dust Woman“  The Crow: City of Angels, 1996, Hollywood 
  • The Allman Brothers Band- "Statesboro Blues“  Live at Fillmore East, 1969, Capricorn 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, January 27, 2017

What's Next?? #218 Playlist 01/27/17- The "What's So Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding" Edition

What's Next??  Show #218
AIR DATE: 01/27/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "What's So Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
With all the hate speech and government crackdown on civil liberties, this week we feature songs with "Peace, Love and Understanding."
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Rhiannon“  Fleetwood Mac, 1975, Warner Bros 
  • Sting- "Fragile“  ...Nothing Like The Sun, 1987, A&M 
  • The Beatles- "All You Need is Love“  Love, 2006, Apple 
  • John Lee Hooker- "Peace Lovin Man“  The Real Folk Blues, 1966, Chess 
  • Santana- "Love Makes the World Go Round“  Santana IV, 2016, Santana 
  • Blood, Sweat and Tears- "So Much Love/Underture“  Child Is Father To the Man, 1969, Columbia 
  • Cat Stevens- "Peace Train“  Teaser and the Firecat, 1971, A&M 
  • The Avett Brothers- "I and Love and You“  I and Love and You, 2009, American 
  • Elvis Costello and the Attractions- "(What's So Funny 'bout) Peace Love and Understanding“  Armed Forces, 1979, Columbia 
  • The Police- "One World (Not Three)“  Ghost in the Machine, 1981, A&M 
  • Toots and the Maytals- "Peace, Perfect Peace“  The Very Best of Toots and the Maytals, 2000, Island 
  • Ben Lee- "Gamble Everything for Love“  Awake is the New Sleep, 2005, New West 
  • The Allman Brothers Band- "Revival“  Idewild South, 1970, Atco 
  • The Pretenders- "Message of Love“  Pretenders II, 1981, Sire 
  • John Lennon- "Give Peace a Chance“  Lennon Legend, 1997, Capitol 
  • The Chambers Brothers- "Love, Peace and Happiness“  Love, Peace and Happiness, 1969, Columbia 
  • Annie Lennox- "Thin Line Between Love and Hate“  Medusa, 1995, Arista 
  • George Harrison- "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)“  Living in the Material World, 1973, Apple 
  • Horace Silver- "Peace“  Blowin the Blues Away, 1959, Blue Note 
  • B.B. King- "Peace to the World“  Live at San Quentin, 1990, MCA 
  • Neil Young And Crazy Horse- "Lotta Love“  Live Rust, 1979, Reprise 
  • Ten Years After- "I'd Love to Change the World“  A Space in Time, 1971, Columbia 
  • Los Lobos- "Peace“  Kiko, 1992, Slash/Warner Bros 
  • Robert Randolph and the Family Band- "Be The Change“  Got Soul, 2017, Sony Masterworks 
  • Live- "10,000 Years (Peace is Now)“  Mental Jewelry, 1991, Radioatcive 
  • Tears for Fears- "Sowing the Seeds of Love“  The Seeds of Love, 1989, Fontana 
  • Peter Tosh- "Equal Rights“  Equal Rights, 1977, CBS 
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers- "One Love/People Get Ready“  Exodus, 1977, Island 
  • Three Dog Night- "Black & White“  Seven Separate Fools, 1972, Dunhilll 
  • Crosby Stills Nash and Young- "Everybody I Love You“  Deja Vu, 1970, Atlantic 
  • Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars- "Compliments for the Peace“  Living Like A Refugee, 2006, Self Released 
  • Iron and Wine- "Peace Beneath the City“  The Shepherd's Dog, 2007, Sub Pop 
  • The Swell Season- "Love That Conquers“  Strict Joy, 2009, Anti- 
  • The Grateful Dead- "Turn On Your Love Light“  Live/Dead, 1969, Warner Bros 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, January 20, 2017

What's Next?? #217 Playlist 01/20/17- The "Should I Trust the Government" Edition

What's Next??  Show #217
AIR DATE: 01/20/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Should I Trust the Government" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
With the innaugaration just hours away, tonight's show touches on the many themes of the last presidential election cycle, without being overtly political.
  • The Who- "We're Not Gonna Take It“  Tommy, 1969, Decca/MCA 
  • The Rolling Stones- "Sympathy for the Devil“  Beggars Banquet, 1968, London 
  • The The- "Armageddon Days (Are Here Again)“  Mind Bomb, 1989, Epic 
  • The Police- "Demolition Man“  Ghost in the Machine, 1981, A&M 
  • The Coasters- "Down in Mexico“  The Coasters' Greatest Hits, 1959, Atco 
  • Canned Heat- "Let's Work Together“  Future Blues, 1970, Liberty 
  • Cream- "Politician“  Wheels of Fire, 1968, Polydor 
  • Steppenwolf- "The Pusher“  Steppenwolf, 1968, Dunhill 
  • Carbon Leaf- "Mexico“  Nothing Rhymes with Woman, 2009, Vanguard 
  • Talking Heads- "Don't Worry About the Government“  77, 1977, Sire 
  • Devo- "Freedom of Choice“  Freedom of Choice, 1980, Warner Bros 
  • Wall of Voodoo- "Mexican Radio“  Call of the West, 1983, IRS 
  • Supertramp- "Breakfast in America“  Breakfast in America, 1979, A&M 
  • Led Zeppelin- "Immigrant Song“  Led Zeppelin III, 1970, Atlantic 
  • Gogol Bordello- "Immigrant Punk“  Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike, 2005, SideOneDummy 
  • David Bowie- "China Girl“  Let's Dance, 1983, EMI America 
  • Elvis Costello- "Brilliant Mistake“  King of America, 1986, Columbia 
  • Warren Zevon- "Veracruz“  Excitable Boy, 1978, Asylum 
  • Barenaked Ladies- "If I Had $1000000“  Gordon, 1992, Sire 
  • Bob Weir- "Mexicali Blues“  Ace, 1972, Warner Bros 
  • Coldplay- "Politik“  A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002, Parlophone 
  • The Cure- "Killing an Arab“  Boys Don't Cry, 1980, Fiction 
  • The Beatles- "Baby You're a Rich Man“  Magical Mystery Tour, 1967, Capitol 
  • Robbie Robertson- "American Roulette“  Robbie Robertson, 1987, Geffen 
  • Pink Floyd- "Mother“  The Wall, 1979, Columbia 
  • Pete Townshend- "White City Fighting“  White City: A Novel, 1985, Atco 
  • The Doobie Brothers- "China Grove“  The Captain and Me, 1973, Warner Bros 
  • John Prine- "Mexican Home“  Sweet Revenge, 1973, Atlantic 
  • Kansas- "The Wall“  Leftoverture, 1976, Kirschner 
  • World Party- "Ship of Fools“  The Secret Policeman's Third Ball, 1987, Virgin 
  • Foxygen- "Follow the Leader“  Hang, 2016, Jagjaguwar 
  • Phil Collins- "Thru These Walls“  Hello, I Must Be Going, 1982, Atlantic 
  • James Taylor- "Mexico“  Gorilla, 1975, Warner Bros 
  • Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass- "Tijuana Taxi“  Going Places, 1965, A&M 
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers- "Redemption Song“  Uprising, 1980, Tuff Gong/Island 
  • Little Feat- "A Apolitical Blues“  Sailin' Shoes, 1972, Warner Bros 
  • Beck- "Walls“  Modern Guilt, 2008, DGC 
  • Norfolk and Western- "A Voice Through the Wall“  A Gilded Age, 2006, Hush 
  • Rodriguez- "Rich Folks Hoax“  Cold Fact, 1970, RCA 
  • Joe Jackson- "Right and Wrong“  Big World, 1986, A&M 
  • Grateful Dead- "China Doll“  Reckoning, 1981, Arista 
  • The Smithereens- "Behind the Wall of Sleep“  Especially For You, 1986, Enigma 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, January 13, 2017

What's Next?? #216 Playlist 01/13/17- The "I Have a Dream" Edition

What's Next??  Show #216
AIR DATE: 01/13/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "I Have a Dream" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
On this weekend preceding  Dr. Martin Luther King JR's birthday, a show all about dreams in honor of his famous "I have a dream" speech.
  • James Taylor- "Shed a Little Light“  Live!, 1993, Columbia 
  • The Everly Brothers- "All I Have to Do is Dream“  The Best of the Everly Brothers, 1964, Warner Bros 
  • The Allman Brothers Band- "Dreams“  The Allman Brothers Band, 1969, Capricorn 
  • Charles Bradley (featuring the Menahan Street Band)- "No Time for Dreaming“  No Time For Dreaming, 2010, Daptone 
  • Otis Redding- "I've Got Dreams to Remember“  The Immortal Otis Redding, 1968, Atco 
  • David Bowie- "Moonage Daydream“  The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, 1972, RCA 
  • Pink Floyd- "Julia Dream“  Relics, 1971, EMI/Starline 
  • John Lennon- "#9 Dream“  Walls and Bridges, 1974, Apple 
  • Billy Joel- "Everybody Has a Dream/The Stranger (Reprise)“  The Stranger, 1977, Columbia 
  • Cream- "Dreaming“  Fresh Cream, 1966, Atco 
  • The Baker Gurvitz Army- "The Dreamer“  Elysian Encounter, 1975, Atco 
  • Neil Young- "Dreamin' Man“  Harvest Moon, 1992, Reprise 
  • Simon and Garfunkel- "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream“  Wednesday Morning, 3AM, 1964, Columbia 
  • Cowboy Junkies- "Dreaming Your Dreams With Me“  The Trinity Session, 1988, RCA 
  • Bobby Darin- "Daydream“  If I Were a Carpenter, 1966, Atlantic 
  • Elvis Presley- "If I Can Dream“  Elvis, 1968, RCA 
  • Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris- "Beyond My Wildest Dreams“  All the Roadrunning, 2005, Mercury 
  • Van Morrison- "These Dreams of You“  Moondance, 1970, Warner Bros 
  • Radiohead- "(Nice Dream)“  The Bends, 1995, Capitol 
  • Great Peacock- "Gulf Dreams“  Making Ghosts, 2015, TIAM 
  • Phish- "Devotion to a Dream“  Fuego, 2015, Jemp 
  • Roy Orbison- "In Dreams“  In Dreams, 1963, Sony 
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience- "Still Raining, Still Dreaming“  Electric Ladyland, 1968, Reprise 
  • Led Zeppelin- "The Song Remains the Same“  Houses of the Holy, 1973, Atlantic 
  • Joe Walsh- "Dreams“  The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get, 1973, ABC/Dunhill 
  • Supertramp- "Dreamer“  Crime of the Century, 1974, A&M 
  • Tom Petty- "Runnin' Down a Dream“  Full Moon Fever, 1989, MCA 
  • Calexico- "Beneath the City of Dreams“  Edge of the Sun, 2015, Anti- 
  • Tangerine Dream- "The Dream is Always the Same“  Risky Business (Soundtrack), 1984, Virgin 
  • Loreena Mckennitt- "The Mystic's Dream“  The Mask and Mirror, 1994, Quinlan Road 
  • Dead Can Dance- "American Dreaming“  Toward the Within, 1993, 4AD 
  • Kate Bush- "The Dreaming“  The Dreaming, 1982, EMI America 
  • Tori Amos- "Sweet Dreams“  Little Earthquakes, 1992, Atlantic 
  • Eden- "Dreamwheel“  Healingbow, 1993, Projekt 
  • Molly Hatchett- "Dreams I'll Never See“  Molly Hatchett, 1978, Epic 
  • Black Mountain- "You Can Dream“  IV, 2016, Jagjaguwar 
  • Jethro Tull- "Sweet Dream“  Original Masters, 1985, Chrysalis 
  • The Moody Blues- "Gemini Dream“  Long Distance Voyager, 1981, Threshold 
  • Annie Lennox- "Strange Fruit“  Nostalgia, 2014, Island 
  • U2- "MLK“  The Unforgettable Fire, 1984, Island 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, January 6, 2017

What's Next?? #215 Playlist 01/06/17- The "Mixed Bag of Musical Adventure" Edition

What's Next??  Show #215
AIR DATE: 01/06/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Mixed Bag of Musical Adventure" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
After the hectic holiday season, tonight's show had no real theme besides music to just chill out on a cold Winter's evening to.
  • Steven Wilson- "My Book Of Regrets“  4.5, 2016, K-Scope 
  • Lettuce- "Trilogy“  Crush, 2015, Lettuce 
  • The Budos Band- "Aynotchesh Yererfu“  The Budos Band, 2005, Daptone 
  • Sly and the Family Stone- "Like a Baby“  There's a Riot Goin' On, 1971, Epic 
  • Archie Bell and the Drells- "Tighten Up“  Tighten Up, 1968, Atlantic 
  • Black Mountain- "Space to Bakersfield“  IV, 2016, Jagjaguwar 
  • Pink Floyd- "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun“  Ummagumma, 1969, Capitol 
  • Woods- "The Take (Live)“  Music Hall of Williamsburg 05-07-16, 2016, n/a 
  • James Brown- "Ain't It Funky Now“  Ain't It Funky Now, 1970, King 
  • Fela Kuti- "Shakara“  Shakara, 1971, EMI 
  • The Temptations- "Psychedelic Shack“  Psychedelic Shack, 1970, Gordy 
  • Stevie Wonder- "Boogie On Reggae Woman“  Fulfillingness' First Finale, 1974, Tamla 
  • Gil Scott-Heron- "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised“  Small Talk at 125th and Lenox, 1970, Flying Dutchman 
  • Isaac Hayes- "Do Your Thing (Vocal)“  Shaft (Soundtrack), 1971, Enterprise 
  • War- "Gypsy Man“  Deliver The Word, 1973, United Artists 
  • Mc 900 Ft Jesus with Dj Zero- "Spaceman“  Hell With the Lid Off, 1989, Nettwerk 
  • The Gyuto Monks- "#2 For Gaia“  Freedom Chants From The Roof Of The World, 1989, Rykodisc 
  • Tor Dietchricson- "Shadow Puppets“  Global Village, 1987, Global Pacific 
  • Global Drum Project- "Heartspace“  Global Drum Project, 2007, Shout Factory 
  • Ray Spiegel Ensemble- "Moksha“  Moksha, 2014, Simla House 
  • Jade Warrior- "River Song“  Way of the Sun, 1978, Island 
  • Ozric Tentacles- "Spacebass“  The Floor's too Far Away, 2006, Magna Carta 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL