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Rare Candy No. 9 (March 21, 2011)

March 21, 2011

*SORRY, no .mp3 of the show will be available for this week*

Song Title – Artist, Album (Year of Release)

8 P.M.

1)  Hell Is Chrome – Wilco, A Ghost Is Born (2004)

2) Mother Earth – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Dirt Silver and Gold (1976)

3) Cruel To Be Kind – Nick Lowe, Labor Of Lust (1979)

4) Let It Ride – Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Cold Roses (2005)

5) Love Is Just A Five Letter Word [Live] – Joan Baez, From Every Stage (1976)

6) Sweet Revenge – John Prine, Sweet Revenge (1973)

7) Beautiful – Carole King, Tapestry (1971)

8) The Fuse – Jackson Browne, The Pretender (1976)

9) Situation #4 – Mick Greenwood, Living Game (1971)

10) Saga Of Susie Grapevine – Mike Absalom, Mike Absalom (1971)

11) Anonymous – Focus, In And Out Of Focus (1970)

12) The 81 – Candy And The Kisses, Cameo Parkway: 1957-1967 (1964)

13) Out Of Time [Single Version] – The Rolling Stones, Singles Collection: The London Years (1966)

14) Sergeant Fury – The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, The Impossible Dream (1974)

9 P.M.

Six Degrees of Separation:

1º: If I Could Only Win Your Love – Emmylou Harris & Herb Pedersen, Pieces Of The Sky (1975)

  • Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris performed a duet with “One Paper Kid” on Emmylou’s 1978 album Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town.

2º: I Couldn’t Believe It Was True – Willie Nelson, Red Headed Stranger (1975)

  • One of Willie Nelson’s first major successes as a songwriter was “Crazy,” which was made a hit by Patsy Cline.

3º: Walkin’ After Midnight – Patsy Cline, 12 Greatest Hits (1961)

  • Patsy Cline’s “She’s Got You” was covered by Cat Power on the bonus disc of her 2008 record “Jukebox.”

4º: I Found A Reason – Cat Power, The Covers Record (2000)

  • “I Found A Reason” is a cover of the Velvet Underground cut from their 1970 album Loaded

5º: I’m So Free – Lou Reed, Transformer (1972)

  • Klaus Voormann, the Grammy Award-winning session musician and record producer, played additional bass on Reed’s Transformer as well as comic duo Cheech & Chong’s album Los Cochinos

6º: White World Of Sports [Excerpt] / Basketball Jones – Cheech & Chong, Los Cochinos (1973)

Free Form Continues

15) Follow Me – Lyme & Cybelle, Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era (1966)

16) Ask – The Smiths, Louder Than Bombs (1986)

17) Restless Farewell – Bob Dylan, The Times They Are A-Changin’ (1964)

18) Million Dollar Bash [Bob Dylan Cover] – Fairport Convention, Unhalfbricking (1969)

19) Calling Card – Rory Gallagher, Calling Card (1976)

20) Killing Floor – The Electric Flag, A Long Time Comin’ (1968)

21) Boom Boom [John Lee Hooker Cover] – C.C.S. (Collective Consciousness Society), C.C.S. (aka Whole Lotta Love) (1970)

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