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Friday, August 18, 2017

What's Next?? #247 Playlist 08/18/17- The "King is Gone, But Not Forgotten" Edition

What's Next??  Show #247
AIR DATE: 08/18/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "King is Gone, But Not Forgotten" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week marks 40 years since the passing of "The King of Rock and Roll," Elvis Presley.  Elvis passed away on August 16, 1977, on the eve oh him embarking on a tour.  Elvis was one of the innovators of the then new musical style dubbed "Rock and Roll," mixing Blues, Jazz, Gospel and Country influences into a new genre.  This week, we'll listen to some of the musical influences of Elvis, as well as some of the artists who were inspired by him.

The first set was inspired by the events that occurred last week in Charlottsville, VA. at a "Alt-right" rally.  It's time to stop the hate.
  • John Lennon- "Imagine“  Imagine, 1969, Apple 
  • Cat Stevens- "Peace Train“  Teaser and the Firecat, 1971, A&M 
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers- "One Love/People Get Ready“  Exodus, 1977, Island/Tuff Gong 
  • Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup- "That's All Right“  Single, 1947, RCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "That's All Right“  Single, 1954, Sun 
  • Roy Brown- "Good Rockin' Tonight“  Single, 1947, De Luxe 
  • Elvis Presley- "Good Rockin' Tonight“  Single, 1954, Sun 
  • Little Junior & the Blue Flames- "Mystery Train“  Single, 1953, Sun 
  • Elvis Presley- "Mystery Train“  Single, 1955, Sun 
  • Glen Reeves- "Heartbreak Hotel“  Demo, 1955, n/a 
  • Elvis Presley- "Heartbreak Hotel“  Single, 1956, RCA 
  • Carl Perkins- "Blue Suede Shoes“  Single, 1956, Sun 
  • Elvis Presley- "Blue Suede Shoes“  Elvis Presley, 1956, RCA 
  • Big Mama Thornton- "Hound Dog“  Single, 1953, Peacock 
  • Freddie Bell & the Bellboys- "Hound Dog“  Single, 1956, Teen 
  • Elvis Presley- "Hound Dog“  Single, 1956, RCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "Don't Be Cruel“  Single, 1956, RCA 
  • Dillard & Clark- "Don't Be Cruel“  The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard and Clark, 1968, A&M 
  • The Residents- "Don't Be Cruel“  The King and Eye, 1989, Rykodisc 
  • Elvis Presley- "Love Me Tender“  Single, 1956, RCA 
  • James Brown- "Love Me Tender“  Single, 1977, Polydor 
  • Otis Blackwell- "All Shook Up“  Single, 1956, n/a 
  • Elvis Presley- "All Shook Up“  Single, 1957, RCA 
  • Jeff Beck Group- "All Shook Up“  Beck-Ola, 1969, Epic 
  • Otis Blackwell- "Teddy Bear“  Single, 1956, n/a 
  • Elvis Presley- "Teddy Bear“  Loving You, 1957, RCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "Jailhouse Rock“  Jailhouse Rock, 1957, RCA 
  • Albert King- "Jailhouse Rock“  King Does the Kings Things, 1969, Stax 
  • Smiley Lewis- "One Night Of Sin“  Single, 1956, Imperial 
  • Elvis Presley- "One Night“  Single, 1958, RCA 
  • Charles Hart- "Are You Lonesome Tonight?“  Single, 1927, Harmony 
  • Elvis Presley- "Are You Lonesome Tonight?“  Single, 1960, RCA 
  • Otis Blackwell- "Return To Sender“  Single, 1961, n/a 
  • Elvis Presley- "Return To Sender“  Girls! Girls! Girls!, 1962, RCA 
  • Mort Shuman- "Viva Las Vegas“  Demo, 1963, n/a 
  • Elvis Presley- "Viva Las Vegas“  Single, 1964, RCA 
  • Bruce Springsteen- "Viva Las Vegas“  The Essential Bruce Springsteen, 2003, Columbia 
  • Darrell Glenn- "Crying in the Chapel“  Single, 1953, Valley 
  • Elvis Presley- "Crying in the Chapel“  Single, 1965, RCA 
  • Jerry Reed- "Guitar Man“  The Unbelievable Guitar of Jerry Reed, 1967, RCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "Guitar Man“  Clambake, 1967, RCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "A Little Less Conversation“  Single, 1968, RCA 
  • Mac Davis- "A Little Less Conversation“  I Believe in Music, 1972, T-Bird 
  • Elvis Presley- "In the Ghetto“  From Elvis in Memphis, 1969, RCA 
  • Candi Staton- "In the Ghetto“  Candi Staton, 1972, United Artists 
  • Mark James- "Suspicious Minds“  Single, 1968, Scepter 
  • Elvis Presley- "Suspicious Minds“  Single, 1969, RCA 
  • Arthur Alexander- "Burning Love“  Arthur Alexander, 1972, Warner Bros 
  • Elvis Presley- "Burning Love“  Single, 1972, RCA 
  • Dennis Linde- "Burning Love“  Dennis Linde, 1973, Elektra 
  • Brenda Lee- "Always On My Mind“  Brenda, 1972, MCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "Always On My Mind“  Single, 1972, RCA 
  • James Taylor- "Steamroller Blues“  Sweet Baby James, 1970, Warner Bros 
  • Elvis Presley- "Steamroller Blues“  Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite, 1973, RCA 
  • Elvis Presley- "Way Down“  Moody Blue, 1977, RCA 
  • Neil Young And Crazy Horse- "Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)“  Rust Never Sleeps, 1978, Reprise 
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Friday, August 11, 2017

What's Next?? #246 Playlist 08/11/17- The "Summer Days Passing Us By" Edition

What's Next??  Show #246
AIR DATE: 08/11/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Summer Days Passing Us By" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we mourn the passing of Glen Campbell, the country music star, and session guitarist known for his work on many recordings with the infamous "Wrecking Crew." Glen passed away this week at 81 after a long battle with Alzheimer's Disease.  Also, a couple of weeks ago was Jerry Garcia's 75th birthday, and the anniversary of his death on August 9 was this week.  I played selections for Warren Haynes' "Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration" from 2016.
  • Glen Campbell- "Rhinestone Cowboy“  Rhinestone Cowboy, 1975, Capitol 
  • The Highwaymen- "Highwayman“  The Highwaymen, 1985, Columbia 
  • Glen Campbell- "Southern Nights“  Southern Nights, 1977, Capitol 
  • Glen Campbell- "By the Time I Get to Phoenix“  By the Time I Get to Phoenix, 1967, Capitol 
  • Glen Campbell- "William Tell Overture“  Single, 1977, Capitol 
  • Glen Campbell- "Wichita Lineman“  Wichita Lineman, 1968, Capitol 
  • Frank Sinatra- "Strangers in the Night“  Strangers in the Night, 1966, Reprise 
  • Wayne Newton- "Danke Schoen“  Single, 1963, Capitol 
  • Glen Campbell- "Gentle on My Mind“  Gentle on My Mind, 1967, Capitol 
  • The Righteous Brothers- "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'“  You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin', 1964, Philles 
  • Elvis Presley- "What'd I Say“  Viva Las Vegas, 1964, RCA 
  • The Beach Boys- "I Get Around“  All Summer Long, 1964, Capitol 
  • The Beach Boys- "Fun, Fun Fun“  Shut Down, Vol 2., 1964, Capitol 
  • Merle Haggard- "Mama Tried“  Mama Tried, 1968, Capitol 
  • Ricky Nelson- "Hello, Mary Lou“  Rick is 21, 1961, Imperial 
  • The Beach Boys- "Caroline, No“  Pet Sounds, 1966, Capitol 
  • Jan and Dean- "Surf City“  Surf City and Other Swingin' Cities, 1963, Liberty 
  • The Monkees- "Mary, Mary“  More of the Monkees, 1967, Colgems 
  • Roger Miller- "Dang Me“  Roger and Out, 1964, Smash 
  • The Vogues- "Turn Around, Look at Me“  Turn Around, Look at Me, 1968, Reprise 
  • Isaac Hayes- "By the Time I Get to Phoenix“  Hot Buttered Soul, 1969, Enterprise 
  • Paul Weller- "Pick It Up“  Saturn's Pattern, 2015, Warner Bros 
  • Warren Haynes with the Coloroado Symphony Orch- "Bird Song“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with the Coloroado Symphony Orch- "China Cat Sunflower“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with the Coloroado Symphony Orch- "Scarlet Begonias“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with the Coloroado Symphony Orch- "Morning Dew“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with the Coloroado Symphony Orch- "Terrapin Station -->Slipknot -->Terrapin Station“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with the Coloroado Symphony Orch- "Ripple“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with Melvin Seals- "Stop that Train“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Warren Haynes with Melvin Seals- "Fire on the Mountain“  Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 8-1-16, 2016, Self-Released 
  • City and Colour- "Woman“  If I Should Go Before You, 2015, Dine Alone 
  • Black Mountain- "Space to Bakersfield“  IV, 2016, Jagjaguwar 
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Friday, August 4, 2017

What's Next?? #245 Playlist 08/04/17- The "Fifty Revolutions Around the Sun" Edition

What's Next??  Show #245
AIR DATE: 08/04/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Fifty Revolutions Around the Sun" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh
PROGRAM NOTES:
Yours truly, Just Paul is celebrating his 50th birthday this weekend.  Let's celebrate "What's Next Style!"   Songs about growing up, getting older, and the passage of time.
  • The Beatles- "Birthday“  The Beatles, 1968, Apple 
  • Bruce Springsteen- "Growin' Up“  Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ, 1973, Columbia 
  • Jimmy Buffett- "A Pirate Looks at Forty“  A1A, 1974, Dunhill 
  • Tower of Power- "You're Still a Young Man“  Live and in Living Color, 1976, Warner Bros 
  • Midlake- "The Old and the Young“  Antiphon, 2013, ATO 
  • David Bowie- "Golden Years“  Station to Station, 1976, RCA 
  • Neil Young- "Old Man“  Harvest, 1972, Reprise 
  • Jethro Tull- "Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die!“  Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die!, 1976, Chrysalis 
  • John Fogerty- "The Old Man Down the Road“  Centerfield, 1985, Warner Bros 
  • Steely Dan- "Reelin' In the Years“  Can't Buy a Thrill, 1972, ABC 
  • Grateful Dead- "Touch of Grey“  In the Dark, 1987, Arista 
  • The Flaming Lips- "It Was A Very Good Year“  Chairman of the Board, 1993, Dutch East India Trading 
  • Paul Simon- "Still Crazy After All These Years“  Still Crazy After All These Years, 1975, Columbia 
  • Led Zeppelin- "Ten Years Gone“  Physical Graffiti, 1975, Swan Song 
  • The Who- "My Generation“  My Generation, 1966, Brunswick 
  • The Animals- "When I Was Young“  The Best of the Animals, 1967, MGM 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Growing Up“  Up, 1992, Geffen 
  • Frank Zappa and the Mothers- "200 Years Old“  Bongo Fury, 1975, DiscReet 
  • Tom Waits- "I Don't Wanna Grow Up“  Bone Machine, 1992, Island 
  • Talking Heads- "Once in a Lifetime“  Remain in Light, 1980, Sire 
  • The Sugarcubes- "Birthday“  Life's Too Good, 1988, Elektra 
  • The Beatles- "When I'm Sixty-Four“  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967, Capitol 
  • Al Stewart- "Time Passages“  Year of The Cat, 1978, EMI 
  • Love- "Old Man“  Forever Changes, 1968, Elektra 
  • Bill Withers- "Grandma's Hands“  Just As I Am, 1971, Sussex 
  • Crosby Stills, Nash and Young- "4 + 20“  Deja Vu, 1970, Atlantic 
  • Whitehorse- "You Get Older“  Leave No Bridge Unburned, 2015, Six Shooter 
  • Concrete Blonde- "Birthday“  Free, 1989, IRS 
  • Frank Sinatra- "Young At Heart“  Single, 1953, Capitol 
  • Frank Sinatra- "It Was a Very Good Year“  September of My Years, 1965, Reprise 
  • Elton John- "Sixty Years On“  25879, 1971, MCA 
  • Alan Parsons Project- "Time“  The Turn of a Friendly Card, 1980, Arista 
  • Simon and Garfunkel- "Old Friends/Bookends Theme“  Bookends, 1968, Columbia 
  • Bob Seger- "Old Time Rock and Roll“  Stranger in Town, 1978, Capitol 
  • Run River North- "Growing Up“  Run River North, 2014, Nettwerk 
  • The Civil Wars- "20 Years“  Barton Hollow, 2011, Dine Alone 
  • Joe Jackson- "Forty Years“  Big World, 1986, A&M 
  • Billy Joel- "Prelude/Angry Young Man“  Turnstiles, 1976, Columbia 
  • George Harrison- "All Things Must Pass“  All Things Must Pass, 1970, Apple 
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Friday, July 28, 2017

What's Next?? #244 Playlist 07/28/17- The "Summertime Memorial" Edition

What's Next??  Show #244
AIR DATE: 07/28/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Summertime Memorial" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we honor to members of the Grateful Dead.  Jerry Garcia's 75th birthday would have been next Tuesday.  Also this week in 1990, the bands third keyboardist Brent Mydland passed away.  The first hour consisted of live dead from their 1980 fall shows, released on 2 albums, Reckoning and Dead Set.  In the second hour, we salute Carlos Santana- his 70th birthday was July 20th.  We featured selections from Santana's first 2 albums, including the entirety of side 1 of Abraxas.
  • Grateful Dead- "To Lay Me Down“  Reckoning, 1981, Arista 
  • Grateful Dead- "Jack Straw“  Dead Set (Remastered), 2008, Arista/Rhino 
  • Grateful Dead- "Shakedown Street“  Dead Set (Remastered), 2008, Arista/Rhino 
  • Grateful Dead- "Sugaree“  Dead Set (Remastered), 2008, Arista/Rhino 
  • Grateful Dead- "Candyman“  Dead Set (Remastered), 2008, Arista/Rhino 
  • Grateful Dead- "Row Jimmy“  Dead Set (Remastered), 2008, Arista/Rhino 
  • Santana- "Soul Sacrifice“  Santana, 1969, Columbia 
  • Santana- "Singing Winds, Crying Beasts“  Abraxas, 1970, Columbia 
  • Santana- "Black MagicWoman/Gypsy Queen“  Abraxas, 1970, Columbia 
  • Santana- "Oye Como Va“  Abraxas, 1970, Columbia 
  • Santana- "Incident at Neshabur“  Abraxas, 1970, Columbia 
  • Boz Scaggs- "Loan Me a Dime“  Boz Scaggs, 1969, Atlantic 
  • Joe Cocker- "Let's Go Get Stoned“  Mad Dogs & Englishmen, 1970, A&M 
  • The Rolling Stones- "Sing This All Together (see what happens)“  Their Satanic Majesties Request, 1967, London 
  • Offa Rex- "The Queen of Hearts“  The Queen of Hearts, 2017, Nonesuch 
  • Offa Rex- "Sheepcrook and Black Dog“  The Queen of Hearts, 2017, Nonesuch 
  • Neil Young And Crazy Horse- "Down by the River“  Live at the Fillmore 1970, 2006, Reprise 
  • Jeff Beck- "Thelonius“  Blow By Blow, 1975, Epic 
  • Al Dimeola, John McLaughlin and Paco DeLucia- "Short Tales of the Black Forest“  Friday Night in San Francisco, 1981, Columbia 
  • Carlos Santana/Bill Laswell- "Naima“  Divine Light, 2001, Columbia/Legacy 
  • Jimi Hendrix- "Power of Soul“  Band of Gypsys, 1970, Capitol 
  • Gentle Giant- "Proclamation“  The Power and the Glory, 1974, Capitol 
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Sunday, July 23, 2017

What's Next?? #243a Playlist 07/23/17- "The Greatest Show From Earth" (co-hosting with Mark Time for TVoD)

What's Next??  Show #243a

AIR DATE: 07/23/17 9p-12a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
"The Greatest Show From Earth"
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
It's always a pleasure to take the helm for The Greatest Show From Earth!  This week, Mark Time and I teamed up to co-host..  Mark and I alternated selecting tracks.  We had no idea where the show was headed from song to song.  This truly was free form radio!
  • Bill Cosby- "The Coin Toss“  Is a Very Funny Fellow...RIGHT!, 1963, Warner Bros 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Albatross“  English Rose, 1968, Blue Horizon 
  • The Claypool Lennon Delirium- "Cricket and the Genie (Movement I and II)“  The Monolith of Phobos, 2016, Prawn Song and Chimera 
  • Laurie Anderson- "Sharkey's Night“  Home of the Brave, 1986, Warner Bros 
  • The Bobs- "White Room“  Cover the Songs of..., 1990, Kaleidoscope 
  • Laibach (Slovenia)- "Across the Universe“  Get Back, 1988, Enigma 
  • Steve Hackett- "Fifty Miles From the North Pole“  The Night Siren, 2017, Inside Out 
  • New Order- "Don't Do It“  Fine Time (Single), 1988, Factory/Quest 
  • Todd Rundgren- "Sleep (w/Joe Walsh)“  White Knight, 2017, Cleopatra 
  • Kaleidoscope- "Oh Death“  Side Trips, 1967, Epic 
  • Gosta Berlings Saga (Sweden)- "Sersophane“  Sersophane, 2016, Icosahedron 
  • Phish- "Stash“  A Picture of Nectar, 1992, Elektra 
  • Volapuk (France)- "Vieux Futur“  Polygot, 2000, Cuneiform 
  • Penguin Cafe Orchestra- "Walk, Don't Run“  Penguin Cafe Orchestra, 1981, EG 
  • Sphongle- "The Epiphany of Mrs. Kugla“  Museum of Consciousness, 2013, Twisted 
  • The Kronos Quartet- "Purple Haze“  The Kronos Quartet, 1986, Nonesuch 
  • Weird Al Yankovic and Wendy Carlos- "Carnival of the Animals“  Carnival of the Animals, 1989, CBS 
  • The Psychedelic Furs- "India“  The Psychedelic Furs, 1981, CBS 
  • Medeski, Martin and Wood- "Anonymous Skulls“  End of the World Party (Just in Case), 2004, Blue Note 
  • The Final Cut- "A Dance for the Saints“  Consumed, 1992, Nettwerk 
  • Larry Coryell's 11th House- "Mr. Miyake“  Seven Secrets, 2017, Savoy 
  • Wishbone Ash- "The King Will Come“  Argus, 1972, MCA 
  • Jaga Jazzist (Norway)- "Starfire“  Starfire, 2015, Ninja Tune 
  • Stewart Copeland- "Samburu Sunset“  The Rhythmatist, 1985, A&M 
  • Mike Keneally- "Behind the Door“  Scambot, 2009, Exowax 
  • Devo- "Satisfaction“  4 tr EP, 1983, Virgin 
  • Aranis (Belgium)- "Gentlemen of Leisure“  Made in Belgium, 2012, Homerecords 
  • Peter Gabriel- "The Rhythm of the Heat“  Plays Live, 1983, Geffen 
  • Lord of The Ants- "Growl Back at the World“  Quantum Voodoo, 2009, AD Music 
  • Shreikback- "Coelocanth“  Oil and Gold, 1985, Island 
  • Breznev Fun Club (Italy)- "A Window Closes“  Il Misantropo Felice, 2015, AltrOck 
  • Steve Miller Band- "Song for Our Ancestors“  Sailor, 1968, Capitol 
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Friday, July 21, 2017

What's Next?? #243 Playlist 07/21/17- The "'Three is the Magic Number" Edition

What's Next??  Show #243
AIR DATE: 07/21/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "'Three is the Magic Number" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This month marks 50 years since the release of The Jimi Hendrix Experience's debut Album "Are You Experienced?"  The group consisting of Hendrix, bassist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell were one of the most successful "Power Trios" of all time.  To commemorate that fact, this wee'ks show is all about musical groups that are trios- be them Power Trios, Jazz Trios, Alternative Rock Trios or Folk Trios.

  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience- "Are You Experienced?“  Are You Experienced?, 1967, Reprise 
  • Primus- "Making Plans for Nigel“  Miscellaneous Debris, 1992, Interscope 
  • Beck, Bogert and Appice- "Superstition“  Beck, Bogert and Appice, 1973, Epic 
  • Grand Funk Railroad- "Feelin' Allright“  Survival, 1971, Capitol 
  • Low- "No Comprende“  Ones and Sixes, 2015, Sub Pop 
  • Sublime- "Santeria“  Sublime, 1996, MCA/Gasoline Alley 
  • Elton John- "Take Me to the Pilot“  25879, 1971, UNI 
  • Rush- "Jacob's Ladder“  Permanent Waves, 1980, Mercury 
  • James Gang- "Funk #49“  Rides Again, 1970, ABC 
  • James Gang- "Walk Away“  Thirds, 1971, ABC 
  • Stray Cats- "Rock This Town“  Built for Speed, 1982, EMI America 
  • Violent Femmes- "Gone Daddy Gone“  Violent Femmes, 1982, Slash/Warner Bros 
  • Emerson, Lake & Palmer- "Lucky Man“  Emerson, Lake & Palmer, 1970, Cotillion 
  • John Coltrane- "Trane's Slo Blues“  Lush Life, 1958, Prestige 
  • Ginger Baker Trio- "Straight, No Chaser“  Going Back Home, 1994, Atlantic 
  • Cream- "Sunshine of Your Love“  Disraeli Gears, 1967, Atco 
  • BBM (Bruce Baker, Moore)- "Waiting in the Wings“  Around the Next Dream, 1994, Virgin 
  • The Police- "The Bed's Too Big Without You“  Regatta De Blanc, 1979, A&M 
  • The Police- "Wrapped Around Your Finger“  Synchronicity, 1983, A&M 
  • The Police- "When the World is Running Down, You Make the Best of What's Still Around“  Zenyatta Mondatta, 1980, A&M 
  • Genesis- "Duke's Travel's/ Duke's End“  Duke, 1980, Atlantic 
  • Genesis- "Whodunnit??“  ABACAB, 1981, Atlantic 
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble- "Pride and Joy“  Texas Flood, 1983, Epic 
  • Johnny Winter- "Tribute to Muddy“  The Progressive Blues Experiment, 1969, One Way 
  • ZZ Top- "Blue Jean Blues“  Fandango!, 1975, London 
  • Robin Trower- "Bridge of Sighs“  Bridge of Sighs, 1974, Chrysalis 
  • Blue Cheer- "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction“  Outsideinside, 1969, Philips 
  • The Folksmen- "Start Me Up“  A Mighty Wind, 2003, Sony Music 
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash- "You Don't Have to Cry“  Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969, Atlantic 
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash- "Helplessly Hoping“  Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969, Atlantic 
  • Peter, Paul and Mary- "Puff, the Magic Dragon“  Moving, 1963, Warner Bros 
  • Nirvana- "In Bloom“  Nevermind, 1991, DGC 
  • The Reverend Horton Heat- "I'm Mad“  Smoke Em If You Got Em, 1990, Sub Pop 
  • Ben Folds Five- "Song for the Dumped“  Whatever and Ever Amen, 1997, 550 Music 
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Friday, July 14, 2017

What's Next?? #242 Playlist 07/14/17- The "'Gardening in the Dark" Edition

What's Next??  Show #242
AIR DATE: 07/14/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "'Gardening in the Dark" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week's show has 2 themes- but before we get to them, we start with a tribute to Jack Say- you may not know his name, but you know him as the composer of the Hartford Whalers Victory March (otherwise known as Brass Bonanza).  Jack (born Jacques Ysaye) passed away recently at the age of 94

Secondly,, it's the 40th anniversary of the great New York City blackout of '77, which lasted for 24 hours, knocking out all three major TV networks and spurred looting, including the destruction of several blocks of Broadway.  Finally, since we are in the midst of the growing season her in New England, songs about gardening and growing things in the garden.

  • John Lennon- "Power to the People“  Plastic Ono Band, 1970, Apple 
  • Billy Joel- "Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go out on Broadway)“  Turnstiles, 1976, Columbia 
  • Bruce Springsteen- "Darkness on the Edge of Town“  Darkness on the Edge of Town, 1978, Columbia 
  • U2- "The Electric Co.“  Boy, 1980, Island 
  • Bad Company- "Electricland“  Rough Diamonds, 1982, Swan Song 
  • Eddy Grant- "Electric Avenue“  Killer on the Rampage, 1983, Portrait/Epic 
  • Journey- "Lights“  Infinity, 1978, Columbia 
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers- "Turn Your Lights Down Low“  Exodus, 1977, Island/Tuff Gong 
  • Santana featuring Everlast- "Put Your Lights On“  Supernatural, 1999, Arista 
  • George Harrison- "Beware of Darkness“  All Things Must Pass, 1970, Apple 
  • The Police- "Darkness“  Ghost in the Machine, 1981, A&M 
  • David Bowie- "Black Out“  Heroes, 1977, RCA 
  • Bobby ''Blue'' Bland- "Turn on Your Love Light“  Here's the Man!, 1962, Duke 
  • Eric Clapton- "Let It Grow“  461 Ocean Boulevard, 1974, RSO/Polydor 
  • Derek And The Dominoes- "Keep on Growing“  Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970, Polydor 
  • The Beatles- "Octopus's Garden/Good Night/Sun King“  Love, 2006, Apple 
  • The Beatles- "Strawberry Fields Forever“  Magical Mystery Tour, 1967, Capitol 
  • Shuggie Otis- "Strawberry Letter 23“  Freedom Flight, 1971, Epic 
  • Dead Can Dance- "The Garden of Zephirus“  Aion, 1990, 4AD 
  • William Orbit- "The Secret Garden“  Strange Cargo, 1987, IRS 
  • David Motion & Sally Potter- "In the Garden“  Orlando (Soundtrack), 1993, Varèse Sarabande 
  • Steve Hillage- "Garden of Paradise“  Rainbow Dome Musick, 1979, Virgin 
  • Amos Lee- "Flower“  Mission Bell, 2011, Blue Note 
  • Paul Weller- "Sunflower“  Wild Wood, 1993, Go! Discs 
  • The Grateful Dead- "It Must Have Been the Roses“  Reckoning, 1981, Arista 
  • Robert Plant and Alison Krauss- "Trampled Rose“  Raising Sand, 2007, Rounder 
  • Southern Culture on the Skids- "Rose Garden“  Countrypolitan Favorites, 2007, Yep Rock 
  • R.E.M.- "The Flowers of Guatemala“  Lifes Rich Pageant, 1986, IRS 
  • The Cure- "The Hanging Garden“  Pornography, 1982, Fiction 
  • Paul McCartney & Wings- "Junior's Farm“  Single, 1974, Apple 
  • Jefferson Airplane- "The Farm“  Volunteers, 1969, RCA 
  • Blue Cheer- "Parchment Farm“  Vincebus Eruptum, 1968, Philips 
  • Neil Young And Crazy Horse- "Farmer John“  Ragged Glory, 1990, Reprise 
  • Phish- "Farmhouse“  Farmhouse, 2000, Elektra 
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