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Rare Candy No. 6 (Feb. 28, 2011)

February 28, 2011

Listen to .mp3 of this show! [starts in the middle of Beach Boys] (Left-click link to stream or right-click and “save as” to download.)

 

Playlist format:

Song Title – Artist, Album (Song’s Year of Release)

8 P.M.

1) Hang On To Your Ego – The Beach Boys, Pet Sounds (1966)

2) The India Song – Big Star, #1 Record (1972)

3) Sukiyaki – Kyu Sakamoto, Sukiyaki (1963)

4) Sitting – Cat Stevens, Catch Bull At Four (1972)

5) Hot Fun – Stanley Clarke, School Days (1976)

6) Sympathy – Rare Bird, Rare Bird (1969)

7) Mt. Healthy Blues – Lonnie Mack, Whatever’s Right (1969)

8) An Hour In The Shower: A Hard Risin’ Morning Without Breakfast/Off To Work/Fallin’ Out/ Dreamin’ Home/Morning Blues Again – Chicago, Chicago III (1971)

9) Missing You – Loudon Wainwright III, Last Man On Earth (2001)

10) Sweet Blindness – Laura Nyro, Eli And The Thirteenth Confession (1968)

11) I Understand (Just How You Feel) – The Ink Spots, Trees Lounge OST (1953)

12) A Sunday Kind Of Love – Etta James, At Last! (1961)

13) Long Time Coming [Single A-Side] – Robert Plant (with Band Of Joy), Cabala Box (1967)

9 P.M.

Six Degrees of Separation:

1º:  Screwdriver [Live in Manaus, Brazil] – The White Stripes, Walking With A Ghost [EP] (2005)

  • Meg White (Drums & Vocals with The White Stripes) is married to Patti Smith’s son Jackson (whom she had with Fred “Sonic” Smith, the guitarist for the MC5).

2º: Redondo Beach – Patti Smith, Horses (1975)

  • Lead singer and songwriter for Pearls Before Swine, Tom Rapp, performed his last solo show opening for Patti Smith in 1976 before retiring from the music industry for 30 years.

3º: (Oh Dear) Miss Morse – Pearls Before Swine, One Nation Underground (1967)

  • Pearls Before Swine were label-mates on Reprise Records with Neil Young from 1969-1971.

4º: Lookout Joe – Neil Young, Tonight’s The Night (1975)

  • Jimmy Buffett has frequently covered Young’s “Heart of Gold” in concert.

5º: West Nashville Grand Ballroom Gown – Jimmy Buffett, Living And Dying In 3/4 Time (1974)

  • Larry Lee, a founding member of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, later joined Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band.

6º: Beauty In The River – The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, The Ozark Mountain Daredevils (1973)

Free Play Continues

14) Little Triggers – Elvis Costello, This Year’s Model (1978)

15) Lopin’ Along Through The Cosmos  – Judee Sill, Judee Sill (1971)

16) Stand [Larry Levan Mix] – The Joubert Singers, Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Soul Sides (1985) [http://www.aquariumdrunkard.com/2010/08/05/ad-presents-soul-sides-a-gospelfunk-mixtape/]

17) Fancy Claps – Wolf Parade, Apologies To The Queen Mary (2005)

18) No Harm – Faust, So Far (1972)

19) She Brings The Rain – Can, Soundtracks (1970)

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