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March 16, 2010 – 9th Show

March 17, 2010

Six Degrees Of Separation:

1) Mooney Suzuki – “Alive And Amplified”

  • Band took their name from German Krautrock band Can’s main members.

2) Can – “I’m So Green”

  • Anthony Reebop Kwaku Baah played percussion with Traffic from 70-73, with Can from 77-79.

3) Traffic – “Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys”

  • Dave Mason played guitar on Hendrix’s version of Dylan’s song “All Along The Watchtower”

4) Bob Dylan – “You’re A Big Girl Now”

  • The Nice covered several Bob Dylan songs, including “My Back Pages” and “She Belongs To Me”

5) The Nice – “The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack” (Keith Emerson, David O’List, Brian Davison, Lee Jackson)

  • Backing band for P.P. Arnold, who covered the following.

6) Cat Stevens – “The First Cut Is The Deepest”

Free Form:

7) dredg – “Ireland”

8) Muse – “The Resistance”

9) Tripping Daisy – “I Got A Girl”

10) of Montreal – “Gronlandic Edit”

11) Nneka – “The Uncomfortable Truth”

12) The Beatles – “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road?”

Classic Cuts: T.Rex’s Electric Warrior [Genre: Glam Rock]

13) “Mambo Sun”

14) “Jeepster”

15) “Bang A Gong (Get It On)”

16) “Planet Queen”

17) “Girl”

18) “The Motivator”

19) “Life’s A Gas”

20) “Rip Off”

Free Form:

21) Scott Walker – “30 Century Man”

22) Bright Eyes – “Four Winds”

23) She & Him – “Don’t Look Back”

24) The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – “Fanfare/Fire Poem”

25) The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – “Fire”

26) Belle & Sebastian – “The Blues Are Still Blue”

27) Joanna Newsom – “Good Intentions Paving Co.”


28) Andrew Bird’s Bowl Of Fire – “A Drinking Song (In The Grande Style)”

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