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Rare Candy No. 4: -Insert Valentine’s Day Pun Here- (Feb. 14, 2011)

February 14, 2011

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

 

Playlist format:

Song Title – Artist, Album (Year of Release)

8 P.M.

1) Something There Is About You – Bob Dylan, Planet Waves (1974)

2) Is It True? – Eagles, On The Border (1974)

3) Remember Me – Fleetwood Mac, Penguin (1973)

4) Truck Stop Girl – Byrds, (Untitled) (1970)

5) I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now) [Live At Monterey Pop Festival] – Otis Redding, Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology (1967)

6) I Will Serenade You – Rhinoceros, Rhinoceros (1968)

7) Stay With Me Baby – Terry Reid, Terry Reid (1969)

8) The Unfaithful Servant – The Band, The Band (1969)

9) Heart Like A Wheel – Linda Ronstadt, Heart Like A Wheel (1974)

10) Souvenirs – John Prine, Diamonds in the Rough (1972)

11) Old Shoes (& Picture Postcards) – Tom Waits, Closing Time (1973)

12) Virtue and Vice – The Black Crowes, By Your Side (1999)

9 P.M.

Six Degrees of Separation:

1º: Honey – Spacemen 3, Playing With Fire (1989)

  • Jason “J. Spaceman” Pierce was one of the frontmen of Spacemen 3 before heading Spiritualized, singing lead vocals and playing guitar for both bands.

2º: I Think I’m In Love – Spiritualized, Ladies and Gentlemen, We Are Now Floating In Space (1997)

  • Spiritualized and Moondog were both featured on the Pineapple Express soundtrack

3º: Lament I, “Bird’s Lament” – Moondog, Moondog (1969)

  • Moondog and Townes Van Zandt were both included on The Big Lebowski soundtrack

4º: Waitin’ Around To Die – Townes Van Zandt, For The Sake Of The Song (1968)

  • The Late Great Townes Van Zandt (1972) featured “Don’t Let the Sunshine Fool Ya'”, a Gene Clark cover

5º: Why Not Your Baby [Outtake] – Dillard & Clark, The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark (1968)

  • Bernie Leadon was a member of Dillard & Clark before joining the Eagles. Not only were they part of the same southern California scene, but several members of the Eagles provided backing instrumentation and vocals on several Zevon records

6º: The French Inhaler – Warren Zevon, Warren Zevon (1976)

Free Play Continues

13) First Girl I Loved – The Incredible String Band, The 5000 Spirits or The Layers of the Onion (1967)

14) You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) – The Beatles, Past Masters, Vol. 2 (1969)

15) Sunshine – Peter Hammill, Fool’s Mate (1971)

16) I Gotcha – Joe Tex, I Gotcha (1972)

17) Donna – 10cc, 10cc (1973)

18) Washington D.C. – The Magnetic Fields, 69 Love Songs (1999)

19) You Turn Me On, I’m A Radio – Joni Mitchell, For The Roses (1972)

20) Where Did The Spring Go? – The Kinks, The Lost Great Kinks Album (1973)

21) Love Is All – Roger Glover featuring Ronnie James Dio, The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast (1974)

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