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Friday, October 13, 2017

What's Next?? #255 Playlist 10/13/17- The "X Marks the Spot" Edition

What's Next??  Show #255
AIR DATE: 10/13/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "X Marks the Spot" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we play some "Friday the Thirteenth" inspired songs, plus songs by Jazz-Rock fusion group Brand X along with other Fusion groups.
  • Howlin Wolf- "I Ain't Superstitious“  The London Howlin Wolf Sessions, 1971, London 
  • Jimi Hendrix- "Born Under a Bad Sign“  Jimi Blues, 1994, MCA 
  • Santana- "Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen“  Abraxas, 1970, Columbia 
  • Beck, Bogert and Appice- "Superstition“  Beck, Bogert and Appice, 1973, Epic 
  • Eagles- "Witchy Woman“  Eagles, 1972, Asylum 
  • Screamin' Jay Hawkins- "Voodoo“  Portrait of A Man: A History of Screamin' Jay Hawkins, 1995, Edsel 
  • Brand X- "Running on Three“  Marquee Club '76, 1976, n/a 
  • Brand X- "Malaga Virgen“  Livestock, 1977, Charisma 
  • Brand X- "Why Should I Lend You Mine (When You've Broken Yours Off Already)“  Morroccan Roll, 1977, Charisma 
  • Al Dimeola- "Electric Rendezvous“  Electric Rendezvous, 1982, Columbia 
  • Herbie Hancock- "Spider“  VSOP, 1977, Columbia 
  • The Mahavishnu Orchestra- "Noonward Race“  The Inner Mounting Flame, 1971, Columbia 
  • Tor Dietchricson- "Tambo/Carnival Rhumba“  Global Village, 1987, Global Pacific 
  • Les Dudek- "One to Beam Up“  Say No More, 1977, Columbia 
  • Frank Zappa- "Son of Mr. Green Genes“  Hot Rats, 1969, Bizzare/Reprise 
  • The Word- "Come By Here“  Soul Food, 2015, Vanguard 
  • Focus- "Hocus Pocus“  Moving Waves, 1970, Imperial 
  • Return to Forever- "Duel of the Jester and the Tyrant (parts I and II)“  Romantic Warrior, 1976, Columbia 
  • Howard Wales/Jerry Garcia- "Venutian Blues“  Side Trips, 1998, Grateful Dead 
  • John Scofield- "Hottentot“  A Go Go, 1998, Verve 
  • The Bamboos- "Voodoo Doll“  Step It Up, 2006, Ubiquity 
  • Wishbone Ash- "Warrior“  Argus, 1972, MCA 
  • Robbie Robertson- "Somewhere Down the Crazy River“  Robbie Robertson, 1987, Geffen 
  • Incendio- "Prajapati“  Illumination, 2001, Paras Recordings 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, October 6, 2017

What's Next?? #254 Playlist 10/06/17- The "Chilly Autumn Nights" Edition

What's Next??  Show #254
AIR DATE: 10/06/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Chilly Autumn Nights" 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 interweaves a variety of themes- First, we mark the untimely death of rocker Tom Petty, who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 66 on Monday.  Tom's music was always the backdrop of our generation, no matter what the event, there always seemed to be a Petty song providing the soundtrack in the '80's and '90's.  Second, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of Peter Gabriel's "Us" album.  Those 2 themes are interspersed with some mellower tunes for a soundtrack for an Autumn evening.
  • U2- "October“  October, 1981, Island 
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers- "Something in the Air“  Greatest Hits, 1993, MCA 
  • Mudcrutch- "Shady Grove“  Mudcrutch, 2008, Reprise 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Love to be Loved“  Us, 1992, Geffen/RealWorld 
  • Tanita Tikaram- "Twist in My Sobriety“  Ancient Heart, 1988, Reprise 
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Hypnotized“  Mystery to Me, 1973, Reprise 
  • Traveling Wilburys- "End of the Line“  Traveling Wilburys, 1988, Willbury 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Washing of the Water“  Us, 1992, Geffen/RealWorld 
  • Damien Rice- "Colour Me In“  My Favourite Faded Fantasy, 2014, Atlantic 
  • Broken Bells- "October“  Broken Bells, 2010, Columbia 
  • Lyle Lovett and His Large Band- "Here I Am“  Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, 1989, Curb/MCA 
  • Great Peacock- "Higher Ground“  Making Ghosts, 2015, TIAM 
  • Tom Petty- "A Face in the Crowd“  Full Moon Fever, 1989, MCA 
  • Laurie Anderson- "Gravity's Angel“  Mister Heartbreak, 1984, Warner Bros 
  • The Flaming Lips- "My Cosmic Autumn Rebellion“  At War With the Mystics, 2006, Warner Bros 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Quiet Steam“  Digging in the Dirt (Single), 1992, Geffen/RealWorld 
  • The Amazing- "When the Colours Change“  Gentle Stream, 2012, Partisan 
  • Beck- "Blue Moon“  Morning Phase, 2014, Capitol 
  • Santana- "Singing Winds, Crying Beasts“  Abraxas, 1970, Columbia 
  • George Ogilvie- "October“  October, 2016, Self-Released 
  • Nick Drake- "Pink Moon“  Pink Moon, 1972, Island 
  • Great Lake Swimmers- "Changing Colours“  Ongiara, 2007, Nettwerk 
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers- "You Got Lucky“  Long After Dark, 1982, Backstreet 
  • Low- "Spanish Translation“  Ones and Sixes, 2015, Sub Pop 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Blood of Eden“  Us, 1992, Geffen/RealWorld 
  • David Bowie- "Wild is the Wind“  Station to Station, 1976, RCA 
  • King Crimson- "I Talk to the Wind“  In The Court Of The Crimson King, 1969, EG 
  • Mercury Rev- "Autumn's in the Air“  The Light in You, 2015, Bella Union 
  • Neil Young- "Harvest Moon“  Harvest Moon, 1992, Reprise 
  • Hozier- "Sedated“  Hozier, 2014, Columbia 
  • Kaleo- "I Can't Go On Without You“  Kaleo, 2016, Elektra 
  • Stevie Nicks (with Tom Petty)- "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around“  Bella Donna, 1981, Modern 
  • Van Morrison- "Moondance“  Moondance, 1970, Warner Bros 
  • Eric Burdon and War- "Pretty Colors“  The Black Man's Burdon, 1970, MGM/Avenue 
  • Bel Canto- "Waking Will“  Shimmering, Warm and Bright, 1992, Dali/Chameleon 
Bonus- an extra hour of "What's Next??" with "Hi Ho Herb":
  • Jim Ottaway - "Astral Voices“  Deep Space Blue, 2017, Self-Released 
  • Jim Ottaway - "In Search of the Lost Star“  Deep Space Blue, 2017, Self-Released 
  • Jim Ottaway - "39.5 Light Years (TRAPPIST-1)“  Deep Space Blue, 2017, Self-Released 
  • Jim Ottaway - "Stars of Ice“  Deep Space Blue, 2017, Self-Released 
  • Jim Ottaway - "Deep Space Blue“  Deep Space Blue, 2017, Self-Released 
  • Jim Ottaway - "Interplanetary Pansperma“  Deep Space Blue, 2017, Self-Released 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, September 29, 2017

What's Next?? #253 Playlist 09/29/17- The "Around the World in a Song" Edition

What's Next??  Show #253
AIR DATE: 09/29/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Around the World in a Song" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week on "What's Next??" we take a trip around the world through song!  Songs that are about or mention cities and countries around the world are featured in this week's show.
  • Jerry Garcia and David Grisman- "Russian Lullaby“  Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, 1991, Acoustic Disc 
  • Canned Heat- "London Blues“  Future Blues, 1970, Liberty 
  • Stewart Copeland- "African Dream“  The Rhythmatist, 1985, A&M 
  • Toto- "Africa“  IV, 1982, CBS 
  • Loreena McKennitt- "Marrakesh Night Market“  The Mask and Mirror, 1994, Quinlan Road 
  • Elton John- "Jamaica Jerk Off“  Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, 1973, MCA 
  • The Clash- "London Calling“  London Calling, 1979, CBS 
  • Joy Division- "Warsaw“  Substance, 1988, Factory/Quest 
  • Ultravox- "Vienna“  Vienna, 1980, Chrysalis 
  • The Psychedelic Furs- "India“  The Psychedelic Furs, 1980, Columbia 
  • Sting- "Tea in the Sahara“  Bring on the Night, 1986, A&M 
  • Paul Simon- "Under African Skies“  Graceland, 1986, Warner Bros 
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers- "Trenchtown Rock“  Live (1973-1975), 2007, Tuff Gong 
  • Stan Getz- "The Girl from Ipanema“  The Eseential Stan Getz, 1992, Verve 
  • Amadou & Mariam- "Africa Mon Afrique“  Folila, 2012, Nonesuch 
  • The Mahavishnu Orchestra- "A Lotus on Irish Streams“  The Inner Mounting Flame, 1971, Columbia 
  • Mark Knopfler- "Irish Boy“  Cal, 1984, Vertigo 
  • Crosby Stills & Nash- "Marrakesh Express“  Crosby Stills & Nash, 1969, Atlantic 
  • Joe Jackson- "Shanghai Sky“  Big World, 1986, A&M 
  • Graham Parker- "Discovering Japan“  Squeezing Out Sparks, 1979, Arista 
  • The Cure- "Fire in Cairo“  The Peel Sessions, 1988, Strange Fruit 
  • Murray Head- "One Night In Bangkok“  Chess, 1984, RCA 
  • Bruce Cockburn- "Nicaragua“  Stealing Fire, 1984, A&M 
  • Bobby Bloom- "Montego Bay“  The Bobby Bloom Album, 1970, L&R 
  • James Taylor- "Mexico“  Gorilla, 1975, Warner Bros 
  • Pink Floyd- "San Tropez“  Meddle, 1971, Capitol 
  • David Bowie- "African Night Flight“  Lodger, 1979, RCA 
  • Paul McCartney and Wings- "Venus and Mars (Reprise)/ Spirits of Ancient Egypt“  Venus and Mars, 1975, Capitol 
  • Genesis- "Back in NYC“  The Lamb Lies Down and Broadway, 1974, Atlantic 
  • Wall of Voodoo- "Mexican Radio“  Call of the West, 1982, IRS 
  • Rush- "A Passage to Bangkok“  2112, 1976, Mercury 
  • Herb Albert and the Tijuana Brass- "Tijuana Taxi“  Going Places, 1965, A&M 
  • Bela Fleck And The Flecktones- "New South Africa“  Live Art, 1996, Warner Bros 
  • William Orbit- "Riding to Rio“  Strange Cargo, 1988, IRS/No Speak 
  • Anugama & Sebastiano- "African Journey“  Baraka: Music From the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1993, Milan 
  • Enya- "Storms in Africa“  Watermark, 1988, Reprise 
  • Friends of Dean Martinez- "Monte Carlo“  Retrograde, 1997, Sub Pop 
  • The Beatles- "Back in the USSR“  The Beatles, 1968, Apple 
  • Billy Joel- "Goodnight Saigon“  The Nylon Curtain, 1983, Columbia 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, September 22, 2017

What's Next?? #252 Playlist 09/22/17- The "I Don't Want to Die in a Nuclear War" Edition

What's Next??  Show #252
AIR DATE: 09/22/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "I Don't Want to Die in a Nuclear War" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we salute the "man who saved the world," Stanislav Petrov, who on September 26, 1983 determined that an activation of the Russian missile defense system was in error. If it weren't for his actions, the Russians would have fired nuclear warheads towards the US, thus starting World War III. 
  • Nena- "99 Red Balloons“  Single, 1983, Epic 
  • Sting- "Russians“  The Dream of the Blue Turtles, 1985, A&M 
  • Siouxie and the Banshees- "Cities in Dust“  Tinderbox, 1985, Geffen 
  • Midnight Oil- "Put Down that Weapon“  Diesel and Dust, 1988, Columbia 
  • The Kinks- "Apeman“  Lola vs Powerman and the Moneygoround, Pt 1, 1970, Reprise 
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash- "Wooden Ships“  Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969, Atlantic 
  • U2- "Seconds“  War, 1983, Island 
  • Grateful Dead- "Morning Dew“  Grateful Dead, 1967, Warner Bros 
  • Peter Tosh- "No Nuclear War“  No Nuclear War, 1987, EMI 
  • Bruce Cockburn- "Lovers in a Dangerous Time“  Stealing Fire, 1984, A&M 
  • New Order- "Don't Do It“  Fine Time (Single), 1988, Factory/Quest 
  • Morrissey- "Everyday is Like Sunday“  Bona Drag, 1990, Sire 
  • Pink Floyd- "Two Suns in the Sunset“  The Final Cut, 1982, CBS 
  • Rush- "Distant Early Warning“  Grace Under Pressure, 1984, Mercury 
  • Europe- "The Final Countdown“  The Final Countdown, 1986, Epic 
  • Donald Fagen- "New Frontier“  The Nightfly, 1982, Warner Bros 
  • XTC- "Here Comes President Kill Again“  Oranges and Lemons, 1989, Virgin 
  • Talking Heads- "Life During Wartime“  Fear of Music, 1979, Sire 
  • Fishbone- "Party at Ground Zero“  Fishbone, 1985, Columbia 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Games Without Frontiers“  Peter Gabriel (III), 1980, Geffen 
  • The Fugs- "Kill For Peace“  The Fugs, 1966, ESP 
  • Genesis- "Land of Confusion“  Invisible Touch, 1986, Atlantic 
  • Depeche Mode- "Leave in Silence“  A Broken Frame, 1982, Mute/Sire 
  • Tears for Fears- "Everybody Wants to Rule the World“  Songs From the Big Chair, 1985, Mercury 
  • The The- "Armagedon Days Are Here (Again)“  Mind Bomb, 1989, Epic 
  • Barry McGuire- "Eve of Destruction“  Eve of Destruction, 1965, Dunhill 
  • Jefferson Airplane- "The House at Pooneil Corners“  Crown of Creation, 1968, RCA 
  • Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe- "Birthright“  Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe, 1989, Arista 
  • Kate Bush- "Breathing“  Never For Ever, 1980, EMI America 
  • Thomas Dolby- "Cloudburst at Shingle Street“  The Golden Age of Wireless, 1982, Capitol 
  • David Bowie- "Five Years“  The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, 1971, RCA 
  • Men at Work- "It's a Mistake“  Cargo, 1983, Columbia 
  • Steely Dan- "King of the World“  Countdown To Ecstasy, 1973, MCA 
  • The Violent Femmes- "Hallowed Ground“  Hallowed Ground, 1984, Slash 
  • Billy Joel- "Leningrad“  Storm Front, 1989, Columbia 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, September 15, 2017

What's Next?? #251 Playlist 09/15/17- The "Back to Math Class" Edition

What's Next??  Show #251
AIR DATE: 09/15/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Back to Math Class" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, "What's Next??" settles into the new school year by going back to math class.  That's right, songs that have counting, songs with numbers in them, or numbers in the titles.
  • Sam Cooke- "(What a) Wonderful World“  The Best of Sam Cooke, 1959, RCA 
  • Joe Jackson- "Breaking Us In Two“  Night and Day, 1982, A&M 
  • Boy & Bear- "A Thousand Faces“  Limit of Love, 2015, Universal 
  • Coldplay- "2000 Miles“  Christmastime in the 909, 2009, KROQ 
  • XTC- "Senses Working Overtime“  English Settlement, 1982, Virgin 
  • King Crimson- "Three of a Perfect Pair“  Three of a Perfect Pair, 1981, EG 
  • The Bonzo Dog Band- "Blue Suede Shoes“  The Doughnut in Granny's Greenhouse, 1968, Imperial 
  • The Who- "1921“  Tommy, 1969, Decca 
  • The Rolling Stones- "19th Nervous Breakdown“  Single, 1966, Decca 
  • The Doors- "Five to One“  Waiting for the Sun, 1968, Elektra 
  • Iron and Wine- "Sixteen, Maybe Less“  In the Reins, 2005, Overcoat 
  • David Bowie- "Space Oddity“  David Bowie, 1969, Mercury 
  • Peter Schilling- "Major Tom (Coming Home)“  Error in the System, 1982, Elektra 
  • Tom Waits- "16 Shells From a Thirty-Ought Six“  Swordfishtrombones, 1983, Island 
  • Sting- "Love is the Seventh Wave“  The Dream of the Blue Turtles, 1985, A&M
  • Pink Floyd- "Free Four“  Obscured by Clouds, 1972, Harvest 
  • Traffic- "40,000 Headmen“  Welcome to the Canteen, 1971, Island 
  • Phish- "555“  Fuego, 2014, Jemp 
  • Howlin' Wolf- "300 Pounds of Joy“  Single, 1963, Chess 
  • The New Basement Tapes- "Six Months in Kanas City (Liberty Street)“  Lost on the River, 2014, Harvest 
  • George Benson- "Six to Four“  Breezin', 1976, Warner Bros 
  • Suzanne Vega- "99.9F°“  99.9F°, 1992, A&M 
  • Toots and the Maytals- "54-46 That's My Number“  Single, 1968, Pyramid 
  • The Police- "Murder By Numbers“  Synchronicity, 1983, A&M 
  • The Beatles- "You Never Give Me Your Money“  Abbey Road, 1969, Apple 
  • Chicago Transit Authority- "Poem 58“  Chicago Transit Authority, 1969, Columbia 
  • Genesis- "Seven Stones“  Nursery Cryme, 1971, Charisma 
  • Queen- "39“  A Night at the Opera, 1975, Elektra 
  • Bryan Ferry- "Seven Deadly Sins“  Bete Noir, 1987, Reprise 
  • R.E.M.- "42987“  Murmur, 1983, IRS 
  • Belle and Sebastian- "Dirty Dream Number Two“  The Boy with the Arab Strap, 1998, Jeepster 
  • Grizly Bear- "Two Weeks“  Veckatimest, 2009, Warp 
  • OMD- "ABC Auto Industry“  Dazzle Ships, 1983, Virgin 
  • Counting Crows- "A Murder of One“  August And Everything After, 1993, DGC 
  • Stray Cats- "(She's) Sexy and 17“  Rant n' Rave with the Stray Cats, 1983, EMI America 
  • Tennessee Ernie Ford- "Sixteen Tons“  Single, 1955, Decca 
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival- "Ninety-Nine and a Half“  Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1968, Fantasy 
  • Frank Zappa- "Fifty-Fifty“  Over-Nite Sensation, 1973, DiscReet 
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash- "Helplessly Hoping“  Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969, Atlantic 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, September 8, 2017

What's Next?? #250 Playlist 09/09/17- The "They Stab it With Their Steely Knives" Edition

What's Next??  Show #250
AIR DATE: 09/08/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "They Stab it With Their Steely Knives" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we pay tribute to Walter Becker, co-founder, songwriter and guitarist of Steely Dan, who passed away this week at the age of 67.  We are featuring the songs of Steely and, and those featuring the many session musicians that they recorded with.
  • Steely Dan- "Midnite Cruiser" (VOX-Jim Hodder, GTR-Walter Becker)  Can't Buy A Thrill, 1972, MCA 
  • Steely Dan- "Only a Fool Would Say That" (GTR-Jeff ''Skunk'' Baxter)  Can't Buy A Thrill, 1972, MCA 
  • The Doobie Brothers- "Take Me In Your Arms" (GTR-Jeff ''Skunk'' Baxter)  Stampede, 1975, Warner Bros 
  • Linda Ronstadt- "You're No Good" (Drums-Jim Hodder)  Heart Like a Wheel, 1974, Capitol 
  • Steely Dan- "Show Biz Kids" (GTR-Rick Derringer)  Countdown To Ecstasy, 1973, MCA 
  • Rick Derringer- "Rock and Roll Hootchie Koo“  All American Boy, 1973, Blue Sky 
  • Steely Dan- "Pearl of the Quarter“  Countdown To Ecstasy, 1973, MCA 
  • Steely Dan- "Pretzel Logic" (Drums-Jeff Porcoro, KBD-David Paich)  Pretzel Logic, 1974, MCA 
  • Warren Zevon- "Night Time in the Switching Yard" (Drums-Jeff Porcoro, KBD-David Paich)  Excitable Boy, 1978, Asylum 
  • Steely Dan- "Monkey in Your Soul" (Drums-Porcoro)  Pretzel Logic, 1974, MCA 
  • Traffic- "Rock and Roll Stew" (Drums-Jim Gordon)  The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, 1971, Island 
  • Boz Scaggs- "Lido Shuffle" (Porcoro, Paich)  Silk Degrees, 1975, Columbia 
  • Jackson Browne- "The Pretender" (Bass-Chuck Rainey, Drums-Porcoro, Jim Gordon)  The Pretender, 1976, Asylum 
  • Steely Dan- "With A Gun“ (Drums-Jim Gordon)  Pretzel Logic, 1974, MCA 
  • Steely Dan- "The Royal Scam" (GTR-Larry Carlton)  The Royal Scam, 1976, MCA 
  • Townes Van Zandt- "You Are Not Needed Now" (GTR-Larry Carlton)  High, Low and In Between, 1971, Tomato 
  • Steely Dan- "Haitian Divorce" (GTR-Dean Parks)  The Royal Scam, 1976, MCA 
  • America- "You Can Do Magic" (GTR-Dean Parks)  View From the Ground, 1982, Capitol 
  • Steely Dan- "Everything You Did“ (Bknd VOX-Timothy B. Schmidt)  The Royal Scam, 1976, MCA 
  • Eagles- "I Can't Tell You Why" (Bknd VOX-Timothy B. Schmidt)  The Long Run, 1979, Asylum 
  • Steely Dan- "Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More" (Bknd VOX-Michael McDonald, GTR-Carlton)  Katy Lied, 1975, MCA 
  • The Doobie Brothers- "Takin' It to the Streets" (Bknd VOX- Michael McDonald- GTR-Baxter)  Takin' It to the Streets, 1976, Warner Bros 
  • Steely Dan- "Any World That I'm Welcome To" (Drums- Hal Blaine)  Katy Lied, 1975, MCA 
  • Simon and Garfunkel- "The Only Living Boy in New York" (Drums- Hal Blaine)  Bridge Over Troubled Water, 1970, Columbia 
  • Steely Dan- "Everyone's Gone to the Movies" (GTR-Hugh McCracken)  Katy Lied, 1975, MCA 
  • John Lennon- "I'm Losing You" (GTR-Hugh McCracken)  Double Fantasy, 1980, Geffen 
  • Steely Dan- "Aja" (Sax-Wayne Shorter, Piano-Joe Sample)  Aja, 1977, MCA 
  • Weather Report- "Birdland" (Sax-Wayne Shorter)  Heavy Weather, 1977, Columbia 
  • B.B. King & Eric Clapton- "Hold On, I'm Coming" (KBD-Joe Sample)  Riding With The King, 2000, Reprise 
  • Steely Dan- "Deacon Blues" (GTR-Lee Ritenour)  Aja, 1977, MCA 
  • The Brothers Johnson- "Strawberry Letter 23" (GTR-Lee Ritenour)  Right on Time, 1977, A&M 
  • Steely Dan- "Babylon Sisters" (Drums-Bernard Purdie)  Gaucho, 1980, MCA 
  • James Brown and the Famous Flames- "Ain't That a Groove Pt. 1" (Drums-Bernard Purdie)  It's a Man's Man's Man's Man's World, 1966, King 
  • Steely Dan- "Time Out of Mind" (GTR-Mark Knopfler, Sax-Michael Brecker, Trumpet-Randy Brecker)  Gaucho, 1980, MCA 
  • Dire Straits- "Your Latest Trick" (GTR-Mark Knopfler, Sax-Michael Brecker, Trumpet-Randy Brecker)  Brothers in Arms, 1985, Warner Bros 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, September 1, 2017

What's Next?? #249 Playlist 09/01/17- The "What Did I Put In My Backpack?" Edition

What's Next??  Show #249
AIR DATE: 09/07/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "What Did I Put In My Backpack?" Edition
WEB: wwuh.org
TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we offer a "mixed bag" of songs from a couple of themes- back to school and songs about the hurricane/flooding.
  • Peter Gabriel- "Here Comes the Flood“  Peter Gabriel, 1977, Atco 
  • The Doors- "Summer's Almost Gone“  Waiting for the Sun, 1970, Elektra 
  • Cheech and Chong- "Sister Mary Elephant“  Big Bambu, 1972, Ode 
  • Gentle Giant- "Schooldays“  Three Friends, 1972, Columbia 
  • The Electric Prunes- "Children of Rain“  Underground, 1967, Reprise 
  • The Beatles- "Rain“  Past Masters, Vol 2, 1988, Apple/Capitol 
  • Steely Dan- "My Old School“  Countdown To Ecstasy, 1973, MCA 
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble- "Texas Flood“  Texas Flood, 1983, Epic 
  • Led Zeppelin- "The Rain Song“  Houses of The Holy, 1973, Atlantic 
  • The The- "Kingdom of Rain“  Mind Bomb, 1989, Epic 
  • The Boomtown Rats- "I Don't Like Mondays“  The Fine Art of Surfacing, 1979, Columbia 
  • Jethro Tull- "Teacher“  Benefit, 1970, Chrysalis 
  • Belle and Sebastian- "A Summer Wasting“  The Boy With the Arab Strap, 1998, Jeepster 
  • Neil Young And Crazy Horse- "Like A Hurricane“  American Stars 'n Bars, 1977, Reprise 
  • The Suitcase Junket- "The Rain“  Dying Star, 2016, Signature Sounds 
  • Big Star- "Thirteen“  #1 Record, 1972, Ardent 
  • The Police- "Don't Stand So Close to Me“  Zenyatta Mondatta, 1980, A&M 
  • Donald Fagen- "Walk Between Raindrops“  The Nightfly, 1981, Warner Bros 
  • Crosby Stills Nash & Young- "Teach Your Children“  Deja Vu, 1970, Atlantic 
  • Supertramp- "School“  Crime of the Century, 1974, A&M 
  • Pink Floyd- "Another Brick in the Wall pt 1“  The Wall, 1979, Columbia 
  • Pink Floyd- "The Happiest Days of Our Lives“  The Wall, 1979, Columbia 
  • Pink Floyd- "Another Brick in the Wall pt 2“  The Wall, 1979, Columbia 
  • Traffic- "Rainmaker“  The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, 1971, Island 
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival- "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?“  Pendulum, 1970, Fantasy 
  • Florence and the Machine- "Hurricane Drunk“  Lungs, 2009, Universal 
  • Eels- "Lockdown Hurricane“  The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett, 2014, E Works 
  • The Grateful Dead- "Box of Rain“  American Beauty, 1970, Warner Bros 
  • Sting- "Shadows in the Rain“  The Dream of the Blue Turtles, 1985, A&M 
  • Paul Simon- "Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard“  Paul Simon, 1972, Columbia 
  • Joe Walsh- "Where I Grew Up/School Days“  Ordinary Average Guy, 1991, Epic 
  • Herbie Hancock- "The Eye of the Hurricane“  Maiden Voyage, 1965, Blue Note 
  • Israel Nash- "Rain Plans“  Israel Nash's Rain Plans, 2013, Warner Bros 
  • The War on Drugs- "Strangest Thing“  A Deeper Understanding, 2017, Atlantic 
  • Tender- "Silence“  Modern Addiction, 2017, Partisan 
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