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Friday, May 12, 2017

What's Next?? #232 Playlist 05/12/17- The "Get Shown the Light" Edition

What's Next??  Show #232
AIR DATE: 05/12/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Get Shown the Light" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary May 8, 1977 Grateful Dead show at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.  To celebrate, "What's Next??" presents music from the Dead on that historic May '77 tour.  Music from Ithaca, St. Paul, Hartford, New Haven and beyond!
  • Grateful Dead- "Sampson and Delilah“  May 77 (05-11-77 St. Paul, MN), 2013, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Brown Eyed Woman“  May 77 (05-11-77 St. Paul, MN), 2013, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Estimated Prophet“  May 77 (05-11-77 St. Paul, MN), 2013, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Bertha“  Get Shown the Light (05-05-77 New Haven, CT), 2017, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Scarlet Begonias --> Fire on the Mountain“  Cornell 77 (05-08-77 Ithaca, NY), 2017, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Sugaree“  To Terrapin: Hartford '77 (05-28-77 Hartford, CT), 2009, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Wharf Rat --> Playin' in the Band“  Memorial Coliseum (05-17-77 Tuscaloosa, AL), 1977, n/a 
  • Grateful Dead- "Brokedown Palace“  May 77 (05-11-77 St. Paul, MN), 2013, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Jack Straw“  To Terrapin: Hartford '77 (05-28-77 Hartford, CT), 2009, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "St. Stephen --> Sugar Magnolia“  Get Shown the Light (05-05-77 New Haven, CT), 2017, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "El Paso“  Cornell 77 (05-08-77 Ithaca, NY), 2017, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
  • Grateful Dead- "Terrapin Station -->Drums --> Not Fade Away“  To Terrapin: Hartford '77 (05-28-77 Hartford, CT), 2009, Rhino/Grateful Dead 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, May 5, 2017

What's Next?? #231 Playlist 05/05/17- The "Workers Unite Around the Maypole" Edition

What's Next??  Show #231
AIR DATE: 05/05/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Workers Unite Around the Maypole" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
May 1st marked "May Day" sometimes known as "International Worker's Day," and the Gaelic traditional holiday Beltane.  On this week's show we take a musical trip that weaves together all three.
  • Jethro Tull- "Beltane“  Songs From the Wood, 1977, Chrysalis 
  • Lee Dorsey- "Working in a Coal Mine“  Single, 1966, Amy 
  • Mearle Haggard- "Working Man Blues“  Greatest Hits (Live), 2016, Westmill 
  • Loreena McKennitt- "Huron 'Beltane' Fire Dance“  Nights from the Alhambra, 2007, Quinlan Road 
  • The Coffinshakers- "Walpurgis Night“  The Coffinshakers, 2007, Cobra 
  • Hozier- "Work Song“  Hozier, 2014, Columbia 
  • Harry Belafonte- "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)“  Calypso, 1959, RCA 
  • Dead Can Dance- "As the Bell Rings the Maypole Spins“  Aion, 1990, 4AD 
  • Cowboy Junkies- "Working on a Building“  The Trinity Session, 1988, RCA 
  • Natalie Merchant- "Which Side Are You On?“  Seeds: The Songs of Pete Seeger, Vol 3, 2003, Appleseed 
  • Tennesee Ernie Ford- "16 Tons“  Single, 1955, n/a 
  • Nina Simone- "Chain Gang (The Work Song)“  Nina With Strings, 1966, Colpix 
  • Sam Cooke- "Chain Gang“  The Best of Sam Cooke, 1959, RCA 
  • Pretenders- "Back on the Chain Gang“  Learning to Crawl, 1984, Sire 
  • Procol Harum- "Repent Walpurgis“  Procol Harum, 1967, Fly 
  • Uriah Heap- "The Park“  Salisbury, 1971, Mercury 
  • The Rolling Stones- "Street Fighting Man“  Beggars Banquet, 1968, Decca 
  • David Allan Coe- "Take This Job and Shove It“  The Essential David Allan Coe, 1974, Sony 
  • Rush- "Working Man“  Rush, 1974, Mercury 
  • John Lennon- "Working Class Hero“  Plastic Ono Band, 1969, Apple 
  • Gaia Consort- "Beltane Fires“  Secret Voices, 2001, Suddenly Naked 
  • Mark Knopfler- "Remembrance Day“  Get Lucky, 2009, Reprise 
  • Dire Straits- "Industrial Disease“  Love Over Gold, 1982, Warner Bros 
  • Tom Waits- "Heigh Ho“  Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films, 1988, A&M 
  • Jello Biafra- "Working in a Coal Mine“  Walk on Jindal's Splinters, 2015, Alternative Tentacles 
  • Gentle Giant- "Working All Day“  Three Friends, 1972, Columbia 
  • Gil-Scott Heron- "Three Miles Down“  Johannesburg, 2016, Simply Media 
  • Grateful Dead- "Big Boss Man“  Grateful Dead, 1971, Warner Bros 
  • Frank Zappa- "Wind Up Workin' in a Gas Station“  Zoot Allures, 1976, Warner Bros 
  • Paul Butterfield Blues Band- "Work Song“  East West, 1966, Elektra 
  • Canned Heat- "Let's Work Together“  Future Blues, 1970, Liberty 
  • ZZ Top- "Just Got Paid“  Rio Grande Mud, 1972, London 
  • Styx- "Working Class Man“  Pieces of Eight, 1978, A&M 
  • Billy Brag- "There is Power in a Union“  Talking With the Taxman About Poetry, 1986, Cooking Vinyl 
  • R.E.M.- "Finest Worksong“  Document, 1987, IRS 
  • Talking Heads- "Found A Job“  Stop Making Sense (1999 Reissue), 1984, Sire 
  • The Beatles- "A Hard Days Night“  A Hard Days Night, 1964, Capitol 
  • Billy Joel- "Allentown“  The Nylon Curtain, 1982, Columbia 
  • Bob Dylan- "Maggies Farm“  Bringing It All Back Home, 1965, Columbia 
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival- "The Working Man“  Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1968, Fantasy 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, April 28, 2017

What's Next?? #230 Playlist 04/28/17- The "Plants and Birds and Rocks and Things" Edition

What's Next??  Show #230
AIR DATE: 04/28/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Plants and Birds and Rocks and Things" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This show idea was kicking around for quite some time after hearing the lyric from the America song got me thinking about songs that list things.
  • America- "Horse With No Name“  America, 1971, Warner Bros 
  • Jane Monheit- "Waters of March“  Come Dream With Me, 1996, NCoded 
  • The Nails- "88 Lines About 44 Women“  Mood Swing, 1984, EMI 
  • The B-52's- "52 Girls“  The B-52's, 1978, Warner Bros 
  • John Lennon- "God“  Plastic Ono Band, 1969, Apple 
  • Tom Leher- "The Elements Song“  More of Tom Leher, 1999, Shout! Factory 
  • Paul Simon- "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover“  Still Crazy After All These Years, 1975, Columbia 
  • Nat King Cole- "(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66“  After Midnight: The Complete Session, 1957, Capitol 
  • King Missile- "Take Stuff From Work“  Fluting at the Hump, 1987, Shimmy Disc 
  • The Tubes- "What Do You Want From Life?“  The Tubes, 1975, A&M 
  • Julie Andrews- "My Favorite Things“  The Sound of Music, 1965, RCA 
  • John Lithgow- "Everybody Eats When They Come to My House“  Singin' In The Bathtub, 1999, Sony 
  • Billy Joel- "We Didn't Start the Fire“  Storm Front, 1989, Columbia 
  • Reunion- "Life is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)“  Single, 1974, RCA 
  • R.E.M.- "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)“  Document, 1987, IRS 
  • Original Cast Recording- "Hair“  Hair, 1969, RCA 
  • Allen Ginsberg- "Ballad of the Skeletons“  Single, 1996, Mercury 
  • Ian Drury and the Blockheads- "Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3)“  Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll: The Essential Collection, 2010, Demon 
  • Peter Gabriel- "Games Without Frontiers“  Peter Gabriel (III), 1980, Geffen 
  • The Clash- "Know Your Rights“  Combat Rock, 1982, Epic 
  • Brian Eno- "Third Uncle“  Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), 1974, Island 
  • Squeeze- "Tempted“  East Side Story, 1981, A&M 
  • Donovan- "Atlantis“  Barabajagal, 1969, Epic 
  • Eric Burdon and the Amimals- "Monterey“  The Twain Shall Meet, 1968, MGM 
  • Johnny Cash- "I've Been Everywhere“  Unchained, 1996, American 
  • Allan Sherman- "Holiday for States“  Allan in Wonderland, 2004, Warner Bros 
  • Huey Lewis & the News- "The Heart of Rock & Roll“  Sports, 1983, Chrysalis 
  • Bob Dylan- "Subterranean Homesick Blues“  Bringing It All Back Home, 1965, Columbia 
  • Tom Waits- "Step Right Up“  Small Change, 1976, Asylum 
  • Bryan Ferry- "These Foolish Things“  These Foolish Things, 1973, Virgin 
  • Ella Fitzgerald- "Let's Do It“  Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook, 1956, Verve 
  • M- "Pop Musik“  New York–London–Paris–Munich, 1979, Sire 
  • Lemon Jelly- "Ramblin' Man“  Lost Horizons, 2002, XL Recordings 
  • Dave Van Ronk- "Garden State Romp“  Going Back to Brooklyn, 2006, Hightone 
  • King Crimson- "Elephant Talk“  Discipline, 1981, EG 
  • The Police- "King of Pain“  Synchronicity, 1983, A&M 
  • The Psychedelic Furs- "All of This & Nothing“  Talk Talk Talk, 1981, Columbia 
  • Radiohead- "Fitter Happier“  OK Computer, 1997, Capitol 
  • Violent Femmes- "Kiss Off (Live)“  Add It Up (1981-1993), 1993, Slash/Reprise 
  • Ramones- "I'm Against It“  Road to Ruin, 1978, Sire 
  • Pink Floyd- "Eclipse“  Dark Side of the Moon, 1973, Capitol 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, April 21, 2017

What's Next?? #229 Playlist 04/21/17- The "Auditory Medical Marijuana" Edition

What's Next??  Show #229
AIR DATE: 04/21/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Auditory Medical Marijuana" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, we salute 420 with songs about marijuana, getting high and being stoned.  Years ago, I discovered a comedy album entitled "A Child's Garden of Grass: A Pre-Legalization Comedy."  Highlights from this album are featured in tonight's program.
  • Brewer and Shipley- "One Toke Over the Line“  Tarkio, 1970, Kama Sutra 
  • Steppenwolf- "The Pusher“  Steppenwolf, 1968, Dunhill 
  • Joe Cocker- "Let's Go Get Stoned“  Mad Dogs and Englishmen, 1970, A&M 
  • Cab Calloway- "Reefer Man“  Best of the Big Bands, 1989, Sony 
  • Various Artists- "The Effects of Marijuana“  A Child's Garden of Grass, 1971, Elektra 
  • Jonathan Edwards- "Shanty“  Jonathan Edwards, 1971, Capricorn 
  • The Byrds- "Eight Miles High“  Fifth Dimension, 1966, Columbia 
  • The Reverend Horton Heat- "Marijuana“  Smoke Em If You Got EM, 1990, Sub Pop 
  • Ben Harper- "Burn One Down“  Fight For Your Mind, 1995, Virgin 
  • Outlaws- "Green Grass and High Tides“  Outlaws, 1975, Arista 
  • Peter Tosh- "Legalize It“  Legalize It, 1977, Columbia 
  • The Fraternity of Man- "Don't Bogart Me (aka Don't Bogart That Joint)“  Easy Rider (Deluxe Edition), 1969, Dunhill 
  • Traffic- "Light Up or Leave Me Alone“  On the Road, 1973, Island 
  • Bob Dylan- "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35“  Blonde On Blonde, 1966, Columbia 
  • Curtis Mayfield- "Pusherman“  Superfly, 1972, Curtom 
  • XTC- "Grass“  Skylarking, 1986, Geffen 
  • Various Artists- "Food and Music“  A Child's Garden of Grass, 1971, Elektra 
  • The 5th Dimension- "Stoned Soul Picnic“  Stoned Soul Picnic, 1968, Soul City 
  • The Toyes- "Smoke Two Joints“  The Toyes, 1966, Cd Tunes 
  • Afroman- "Because I Got High“  The Good Times, 2001, Republic 
  • JJ Cale- "Ride Me High“  Troubadour, 1976, Shelter 
  • Talking Heads- "Swamp“  Speaking in Tongues, 1983, Sire 
  • Neil Young- "Roll Another Number (For the Road)“  Tonight's the Night, 1975, Reprise 
  • Various Artists- "Time and Space“  A Child's Garden of Grass, 1991, Elektra 
  • Steve Miller Band- "The Joker“  The Joker, 1973, Capitol 
  • David Bowie- "I'd Rather Be High“  The Next Day, 2013, ISO/Columbia 
  • Cheech and Chong- "Dave“  Cheech and Chong's Greatest Hit, 1981, Warner Bros 
  • Robin Trower- "Too Rolling Stoned“  Bridge of Sighs, 1974, Chrysalis 
  • Aerosmith- "Reefer Head Woman“  Night in the Ruts, 1979, Columbia 
  • Rush- "Passage to Bangkok“  Exit...Stage Left, 1981, Mercury 
  • Black Sabbath- "Sweet Leaf“  Master Of Reality, 1971, Warner Bros 
  • Boston- "Smokin'“  Boston, 1976, Epic 
  • John Prine- "Illegal Smile“  John Prine, 1971, Atlantic 
  • Little Feat- "Willin'“  Waiting for Columbus, 1978, Warner Bros 
  • Steve Earle- "Copperhead Road“  Copperhead Road, 1988, UNI 
  • John Holt- "Police in Helicopter“  Police in Helicopter, 1983, Greensleves 
  • The Budos Band- "Smoke Gets In“  The Budos Band EP, 2009, Daptone 
  • Sly and The Family Stone- "I Wanna Take You Higher“  Dance to the Music, 1968, Epic 
  • Country Joe and the Fish- "Flyin' High“  Electric Music for the Mind and Body, 1967, Vanguard 
  • Van Morrison- "And It Stoned Me“  Moondance, 1970, Warner Bros 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, April 14, 2017

What's Next?? #228 Playlist 04/14/17- The "Hearing Impaired Chocolate Bunny" Edition

What's Next??  Show #228
AIR DATE: 04/14/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Hearing Impaired Chocolate Bunny" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
Usually on Good Friday, I play "Jesus Christ Superstar" in it's entirety.  This year, however, I'm mixing things up a bit.  So, for the upcoming Easter holiday, I present songs about Jesus, God, Heaven....you get the idea!  JCS was not neglected- I interspersed a few tracks throughout the show.
  • Original London Recording- "Overture/Heaven on Their Minds“  Jesus Christ Superstar, 1970, MCA 
  • Patti Smith- "Gloria“  Horses, 1975, Arista 
  • Frank Zappa- "Stairway To Heaven“  The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life, 1991, Barking Pumpkin 
  • Jethro Tull- "Hymn 43“  Aqualung, 1973, Chrysalis 
  • Talking Heads- "Heaven“  Fear of Music, 1979, Sire 
  • Norman Greenbaum- "Spirit in the Sky“  Spirit in the Sky, 1969, Reprise 
  • King Missile- "Jesus Was Way Cool“  Mystical Shit, 1990, Shimmy Disc 
  • Amos Lee- "Jesus“  Mission Bell, 2011, Blue Note 
  • Yes- "We Have Heaven“  Fragile, 1972, Atlantic 
  • Depeche Mode- "Personal Jesus“  Violator, 1990, Sire 
  • The National- "Heavenfaced“  Trouble Will Find Me, 2013, 4AD 
  • Culture Club- "Church of the Poison Mind“  Colour By Numbers, 1983, Virgin 
  • Hozier- "Foreigner's God“  Hozier, 2014, Columbia 
  • Original London Recording- "Damned for All Time/Blood Money“  Jesus Christ Superstar, 1970, MCA 
  • George Harrison- "My Sweet Lord“  All Things Must Pass, 1970, Apple 
  • The Doobie Brothers- "Jesus is Just Alright“  Toulouse Street, 1972, Warner Bros 
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash- "Cathedral“  CSN, 1977, Atlantic 
  • XTC- "Dear God“  Skylarking, 1986, Geffen 
  • Blind Faith- "Presence of the Lord“  Blind Faith, 1969, Polydor 
  • Stephen Stills- "Church (Part of Someone)“  Stephen Stills, 1970, Atlantic 
  • The Avett Brothers- "Through My Prayers“  The Carpenter, 2012, American 
  • The Head and the Heart- "Heaven Go Easy on Me“  The Head and the Heart, 2011, Sub Pop 
  • Bruce Springsteen- "Jesus Was an Only Son“  Devils and Dust, 2005, Columbia 
  • Tom Waits- "Jesus Gonna Be Here“  Bone Machine, 1992, Island 
  • The Velvet Underground- "Jesus“  The Velvet Underground, 1969, MGM 
  • Original London Recording- "Pilate and Christ/King Herod's Song“  Jesus Christ Superstar, 1970, MCA 
  • Phish- "Jesus Just Left Chicago“  Slip, Stitch and Pass, 1997, Elektra 
  • The Beach Boys- "God Only Knows“  Pet Sounds, 1966, Capitol 
  • Warren Zevon- "The Indifference of Heaven“  Mutineer, 1995, Warner Bros 
  • Emerson, Lake & Palmer- "Jerusalem“  Brain Salad Surgery, 1973, Atlantic 
  • Traffic- "Heaven Is in Your Mind“  Mr. Fantasy, 1967, Island 
  • Jefferson Airplane- "Easter“  Long John Silver, 1972, Grunt 
  • The Rolling Stones- "Heaven“  Tattoo You, 1981, Rolling Stones 
  • Pixies- "Monkey Gone to Heaven“  Doolittle, 1989, 4AD 
  • Queen- "Jesus“  Queen, 1973, Elektra 
  • Eric Clapton- "Knocking on Heaven's Door“  Single, 1975, Polydor 
  • Original London Recording- "John Nineteen Forty-One“  Jesus Christ Superstar, 1970, MCA 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, April 7, 2017

What's Next?? #227 Playlist 04/07/17- The "Cars, Guitars and other Earthly Delights" Edition

What's Next??  Show #227
AIR DATE: 04/07/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Cars, Guitars and other Earthly Delights" Edition
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PROGRAM NOTES:
This week's show features songs that mention a brand name or a product name in either the title or the lyrics.  I've had this show idea in the back of my mind for quite a while now.  I hope you enjoy it!
  • Frank Zappa- "Joe's Garage“  Joe's Garage, 1979, Zappa 
  • The Clash- "The Magnificent Seven“  Sandinista!, 1980, Epic 
  • Bongos, Bass and Bob- "Thorazine Shuffle“  Never Mind the Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass and Bob, 1987, 50,000,000,000,000 Watts 
  • Lou Reed- "Walk on the Wild Side“  Transformer, 1972, RCA 
  • Steely Dan- "Hey Nineteen“  Gaucho, 1980, MCA 
  • The Kinks- "Lola“  Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, 1970, Reprise 
  • Steve Miller Band- "Mercury Blues“  Fly Like an Eagle, 1976, Capitol 
  • Tori Amos- "Cornflake Girl“  Under the Pink, 1994, Atlantic 
  • The Police- "Synchronicity II“  Synchronicity, 1983, A&M 
  • Ben Folds Five- "Army“  The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner, 1999, Sony 
  • The Dead Milkmen- "Bitchin' Camaro“  Big Lizard in My Backyard, 1985, Restless 
  • The Doors- "Twentieth Century Fox“  The Doors, 1967, Elektra 
  • The Blues Brothers- "B' Movie Box Car Blues“  Briefcase Full Of Blues, 1978, Atlantic 
  • The Allman Brothers- "Ramblin Man“  Brothers and Sisters, 1973, Capricricorn 
  • ZZ Top- "Cheap Sunglasses“  Deguello, 1979, Warner Bros 
  • John Hiatt- "Perfectly Good Guitar“  Perfectly Good Guitar, 1993, A&M 
  • Oasis- "Supersonic“  Definately Maybe, 1994, Reprise 
  • Iggy Pop- "Lust for Life“  Lust for Life, 1977, RCA 
  • The Beatles- "Come Together“  Abbey Road, 1969, Apple 
  • Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King- "Worst Heartache“  Take Your Best Shot, 1998, Rounder 
  • Professor Longhair- "Rum & Coca-Cola“  Rum And Coke, 1983, Tomato 
  • Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show- "The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'“  Sloppy Seconds, 1972, Columbia 
  • Wilson Pickett- "Mustang Sally“  The Wicked Pickett, 1966, Atlantic 
  • Commander Cody- "Hot Rod Lincoln“  Lost in the Ozone, 1971, RCA Nashville 
  • Johnny Cash- "One Piece at a Time“  One Piece at a Time, 1976, Columbia 
  • Eagles- "Take it Easy“  Eagles, 1972, Asylum 
  • Elton John- "Levon“  Madman Across the Water, 1972, Rocket/MCA 
  • Paul Simon- "Kodachrome“  There Goes Rhymin' Simon, 1973, Warner Bros 
  • Neil Young- "This Note's For You“  Bluenote Cafe', 2015, Reprise 
  • Tom Waits- "Eggs and Sausage (In A Cadillac with Susan Michelson)“  Nighthawks at the Diner, 1975, Asylum 
  • Linda Ronstadt- "Poor, Poor, Pitiful Me“  Simple Dreams, 1977, Asylum 
  • John Prine- "Pretty Good“  John Prine, 1971, Atlantic 
  • The Grateful Dead- "Sugar Magnolia“  American Beauty, 1970, Warner Bros 
  • Meatloaf- "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad“  Bat Out of Hell, 1977, Epic 
  • Blondie- "Rapture“  Autoamerican, 1980, Chrysalis 
  • Jethro Tull- "Too Old to Rock and Roll, Too Young to Die“  Too Old to Rock and Roll, Too Young to Die, 1976, Chrysalis 
  • NRBQ- "R.C. Cola and a Moon Pie“  High Noon: Highlights and Rarities from 50 Years, 1978, Asylum 
  • R.E.M.- "Man on the Moon“  Automatic for the People, 1993, Warner Bros 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL

Friday, March 31, 2017

What's Next?? #226 Playlist 03/31/17- The "Radio, The Telephone, and You" Edition

What's Next??  Show #226
AIR DATE: 03/31/17 12a-3a 91.3 WWUH, West Hartford CT
The "Radio, The Telephone, and You" Edition
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TWITTER: @whatsnextwwuh

PROGRAM NOTES:
This week, it's the spring fundraiser here at WWUH, where we ask you, the listener to keep our station doing what we do best.  Help out the "U" in WWUH.  Thank you for all your support over the years- if it weren't for the listeners, "What's Next??" and all the shows you here on WWUH wouldn't be possible.
  • Blondie- "Call Me“  The Best of Blondie, 1984, Chrysalis 
  • Chuck Berry- "Memphis, Tennessee“  The Great Twenty-Eight, 1984, Geffen 
  • Sinkane- "Telephone“  Life & Livin' It, 2017, City Slang 
  • Steely Dan- "FM“  A Decade of Steely Dan, 1985, MCA 
  • The Nerves- "Hangin' on the Telephone“  One Way Ticket, 2008, Alive 
  • Love- "The Red Telephone“  Forever Changes, 1968, Elektra 
  • Electric Light Orchestra- "Telephone Line“  A New World Record, 1976, Jet 
  • Van Morrison- "Caravan“  Moondance, 1971, Warner Bros 
  • Grateful Dead- "Operator“  American Beauty, 1971, Warner Bros 
  • Peter Gabriel- "On the Air“  Peter Gabriel (II), 1978, Atlantic 
  • The Clash- "This is Radio Clash“  Single, 1981, CBS 
  • The Ramones- "We Want the Airwaves“  Pleasant Dreams, 1981, Sire 
  • The Buggles- "Video Killed the Radio Star“  The Age of Plastic, 1980, Island 
  • Wall of Voodoo- "Mexican Radio“  Call of the West, 1982, IRS 
  • Kraftwerk- "The Telephone Call“  Electric Cafe, 1986, Warner Bros 
  • Tom Waits- "Telephone Call From Istanbul“  Big Time, 1988, Island 
  • Muddy Waters- "Long Distance Call“  The Best of Muddy Waters, 1958, Chess 
  • The Doors- "The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)“  L.A. Woman, 1971, Elektra 
  • Al Green- "Call Me“  The Best of Al Green, 1975, Hi 
  • David Bowie- "DJ“  Lodger, 1979, RCA 
  • Dire Straits- "Skateaway“  Making Movies, 1980, Warner Bros 
  • Billy Joel- "Sometimes a Fantasy (Long Version)“  Glass Houses, 1980, Columbia 
  • Barenaked Ladies- "Call and Answer“  Stunt, 1998, Reprise 
  • Primitive Radio Gods- "Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth With Money in My Hand“  Rocket, 1996, Columbia 
  • Charles Bradley- "The Telephone Song“  No Time For Dreaming, 2011, Daptone 
  • City and Colour- "Woman“  If I Should Go Before You, 2015, Dine Alone 
  • Woods- "The Take“  Live at Music Hall of Williamsburg, 2016, 2016, n/a 
  • Black Mountain- "Space to Bakersfield“  IV, 2016, Jagjaguwar 
  • Pink Floyd- "A Saucerful of Secrets“  Live at Pompeii, 1969, n/a 
  • The Velvet Underground- "Rock and Roll“  Loaded, 1970, Cotillion 
  • Run River North- "Monsters Calling Home“  Run River North, 2014, Nettwerk 
  • Joy Division- "Transmission“  Substance: 1977-1980, 1988, Factory/Quest 
  • ZZ Top- "Heard it on the X“  Fandango!, 1975, London 
SELECTIONS ARE LISTED BY ARTIST- "SONG TITLE"  ALBUM NAME, YEAR RELEASED, RECORD LABEL