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Rare Candy No. 3 (Feb. 7, 2011)

February 7, 2011

Listen to .mp3 of this show! (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) Without A Leg To Stand On – Buckingham Nicks, Buckingham Nicks (1973)

2) Billy In The Low Ground [Live] – The Kentucky Colonels, Clarence White And The Kentucky Colonels (1980)

3) Olmali mi Olmamali mi – Bülent Ortaçgil, Turquoise Wisdom-A Mixtape (1974)

4) Where Have All The Good Times Gone – The Kinks, The Kink Kontroversy (1965)

5) Give It A Day [originally from Pacific Trim EP] – Pavement, Wowee Zowee [Sordid Sentinels Edition] (1996)

6) The Celtic Soul Brothers – Dexys Midnight Runners, Too-Rye-Ay ( 1982)

7) Heaven And Hell [Single A-Side] – The Easybeats, Gonna Have A Good Time: The Complete US & UK Singles Collection (1967)

8) Itchycoo Park [Stereo Mix] – Small Faces, There Are But Four Small Faces (1967)

9) A Man For All Seasons – Al Stewart, Time Passages (1978)

10) Otters – The Zinnias, Sand Dollar (1986)

11) The Loneliness Of A Middle Distance Runner – Belle & Sebastian, Push Barman To Open Old Wounds (2001)

12) One Fine Morning – Lighthouse, One Fine Morning (1971)

13) Indian Lady – Don Ellis, Electric Bath ( 1968)

9 P.M.

Six Degrees Of Separation:

1º: Ladies Of The Road – King Crimson, Islands (1971)

  • Mel Collins was the saxophonist for both King Crimson (’70-’72) as well as Alexis Korner & Snape.

2º: Lo And Behold [James Taylor Cover] – Alexis Korner & Snape, Accidentally Borne In New Orleans (1973)

  • A session bassist and tuba-player, Herbie Flowers was a member of C.C.S. along with Alexis Korner. Herbie played with Elton John’s band.

3º: Better Off Dead – Elton John, Captain Fantastic & The Brown Dirt Cowboy (1975)

  • James William Guercio was founder of Caribou Ranch recording studio in CO’s Rocky Mtns. Elton John recorded Caribou, Captain Fantastic, & Rock Of The Westies there. Guercio played bass on Michael Martin Murphy’s “Renegade.”

4º: Renegade – Michael Martin Murphey, Swans Against The Sun (1976)

  • John Denver sang backup on “Renegade.”

5º: Forest Lawn/Pickin’ The Sun Down [Live] – John Denver, An Evening With John Denver (1975)

  • John Denver asked to be included in the recording of the “We Are the World”charity record and was turned down. That project included the Jackson family.

6º: The Love You Save – The Jackson 5, ABC (1970)

Free play continues:

14) Don’t Doubt Yourself, Babe – The Byrds, Mr. Tambourine Man (1965)

15) As We Go Up, We Go Down [Edit] – Guided By Voices, Alien Lanes (1995)

16) See The Sky About To Rain – Neil Young, On The Beach (1974)

17) Baby Please Don’t Go – Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes, The Amboy Dukes (1967)

18) Rock Bottom – UFO, Phenomenon (1974)

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