CLA Radio 01/20/17: Walking Music

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What:  A show that has absolutely nothing to do with the Inauguration; for no particular reason, a collection of songs about Walking, a topic that does lack for material.

When: Friday, January 20, 2017, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, which excludes the intro and a brief clip from Midnight Cowboy.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Robert Johnson – Walking Blues – Walking Blues
Junior Brown – Long Back To San Antone – Long Walk Back
Richard Thompson – Walking The Long Miles Home – Mock Tudor
Snooks Eaglin – Walking Blues – New Orleans Street Singer
Leroy Van Dyke – Walk On By – Classic Country Gold
Duane Eddy – The Walker – Have ‘Twangy’ Guitar Will Travel
The Ventures – Walk, Don’t Run – Walk, Don’t Run
John Hiatt – Walk On – Walk On
Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You – The Definitive Collection
Hank Williams – Wearin’ Out Your Walkin’ Shoes – The Complete Hank Williams
Neil Young – Walk On – On The Beach
Ken Roland – Walk Into The Room – Forever Never Ends
Patsy Cline – Walking After Midnight – Patsy Cline
The Solitaires – Walking Along – The Classic Old Town Recordings
Gatemouth Moore, Budd Johnson Orchestra – Walking My Blues Away – Savoy Blues
Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong – Would You Like To Take A Walk – Ella & Louis Christmas
Joe Pass – Walkin’ – Walkin’
Gerry Mulligan – Walkin’ Shoes – The Original Quartet With Chet Baker
Nancy Sinatra – These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ – Boots
Roy Orbison – Walk On – The MGM Years
Buck Owens – My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You – Honky Tonk Man
Waylon Jennings – Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line – The Essential Waylon Jennings
Johnny Cash – I Walk The Line – Classic Country Gold
The Staple Singers – Long Walk To DC – The Very Best
Ladysmith Black Mambazo – Long Walk To Freedom – Walking In The Footsteps Of Our Fathers
Dionne Warwick – Walk On By – The Dionne Warwick Collection
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Walk On The Water – Chronicles Volume Two
Joe South – Walk A Mile In My Shoes – Classic Masters
Fats Domino – Walking To New Orleans – Greatest Hits
Mike Watt – Walking The Cow – Ring Spiel Tour ’95
Henry Mancini – Baby Elephant Walk – Hatari!
Rufus Thomas – Walking The Dog – Atlantic Top 60
Midnight Cowboy – I’m Walkin’ Here
Tom Waits – Walking Spanish – Rain Dogs
Ray Price – My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You – 16 Biggest Hits
William Shatner, Toots Hibbert – Walking On The Moon – Seeking Major Tom
Rory Block, Stefan Grossman – Walking Blues – Country Blues Guitar
BB King – Walking Dr Bill – My Kind Of Blues
Son House – Walking Blues II – Library of Congress 1941-1942
Gerry And The Pacemakers – You’ll Never Walk Alone – You’ll Never Walk Alone
The Left Banke – Walk Away Renee – There’s Gonna Be A Storm
Jackson Browne – Walking Slow – Late For The Sky
Ella Fitzgerald – Walkin’ By The River – The Voice Of Jazz
George Jones – Walk Through This World With Me – Walk Through This World With Me
Hank Williams – Are You Walkin’ And A-Talkin’ For The Lord – The Lost Concerts
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – My Shoes Keep Walkin’ Back To You – Doxy Collection
Lightnin’ Hopkins – Walking Blues – The Gold Star Sessions
Lyle Lovett – Walk Through The Bottomland – Pontiac
Nat King Cole – Walkin’ My Baby Back Home – Musical Moments To Remember
Willie Dixon – Walking The Blues – The Chess Box
The Cleverlys – Walk Like An Egyptian – The Cleverlys

CLA Radio 01/13/17: Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders

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What:  A show about the best series of record company samplers ever: Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders.

A major assist for the show content came from Inside the Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders, which gives the album breakdowns, and a bit of background here and there.

Links below (to the sampler titles) will let you see what else was on the particular sampler. Of note: Dr. Demento had a hand in some of them.

It was a very fine series. I owned several of them. This short show cannot do the series justice, but can only hint at all the great music contained therein.

When: Friday, January 13, 2017, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, which excludes the show intro and a ‘couple tasty radio ads for the Loss Leader series.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Joni Mitchell: Nathan La Franeer (The 1969 Warner Reprise Songbook)
Randy Newman: Yellow Man (The 1969 Warner Reprise Record Show)
The Kinks: Shangri-la (October 10, 1969)
The Everly Brothers: I’m On My Way Home Again (The Big Ball)
Frank Sinatra: Sabia (Schlagers!)
Doug Kershaw: Diggy Diggy Lo (Schlagers!)
Lord Buckley: Governor Slugwell (Zapped)
Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band: Old Fart At Play (Zapped)
Ry Cooder: Alimony (Looney Tunes And Merrie Melodies)
The Kinks: Apeman (Looney Tunes And Merrie Melodies)
Frank Zappa: Would You Go All The Way? (Looney Tunes And Merrie Melodies)
The Youngbloods: It’s A Lovely Day (Looney Tunes And Merrie Melodies)
Little Feat: Snakes On Everything (Non-Dairy Creamer)
Ry Cooder: On A Monday (Hot Platters)
Faces: Tell Everyone (Together)
Daddy Cool: Eagle Rock (The Whole Burbank Catalog)
Todd Rundgren: A Long Time, A Long Way To Go (The Whole Burbank Catalog)
Randy Newman: Political Science (Middle Of The Road)
Jimi Hendrix: The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam’s Dice (Burbank)
Jesse Winchester: Isn’t That So (The Days Of Wine And Vinyl)
John Hartford: Bye-Bye (The Days Of Wine And Vinyl)
Procol Harum: Toujours l’Amour (Appetizers)
Maria Muldaur: Don’t You Feel My Leg (All Singing, All Talking, All Rocking)
Robin Trower: About To Begin (Hard Goods)
Doug Sahm: Groover’s Paradise (Deep Ear)
Ry Cooder: Tattler (Deep Ear)
The Meters: Jungle Man (Deep Ear)
The Marshall Tucker Band: This Ol’ Cowboy (The Force)
Percy Sledge: I’ll Be Your Everything (The Force)
Emmylou Harris: Bluebird Wine (All Meat)
Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen: Roll Your Own (The Works)
Little Feat: All That You Dream (The People’s Record)
Bootsy’s Rubber Band: Rubber Duckie (Cook Book)
Kate & Anna McGarrigle: Walking Song (Limo)
Etta James: Deep In The Night (Collectus Interruptus)
Bruce Cockburn: Laughter (Pumping Vinyl)
George Harrison: Not Guilty (Monsters)
Marianne Faithfull: Broken English (Troublemakers)
Gang of Four: Damaged Goods (Troublemakers)
Modern Lovers: I’m Straight (Troublemakers)
Public Image Ltd: Public Image (Troublemakers)
Son Volt: Drown (Loss Leaders Revisited)
Talking Heads: Heaven (Loss Leaders Revisited 2 – scroll down a bit, the bookmark is faulty)

CLA Radio 01/06/17: Uncertainty

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What:  In honor of the uncertain course we are about to embark on politically in 2017, a show about Uncertainty. God save the republic.

When: Friday, January 6, 2017, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Willie Mabon – I Don’t Know – Willie Mabon Sings Chicago Blues
Bob Dylan – Ballad Of A Thin Man – Highway 61 Revisited
The Clash – Should I Stay Or Should I Go – Combat Rock
The Orioles – It’s Too Soon To Know – The Orioles Sing Their Doo Wop Hits
Blondie – I Know But I Don’t Know – Sunday Girl
Gov’t Mule – Dazed And Confused – Mulennium
The Sundays – Can’t Be Sure – Reading, Writing & Arithmetic
Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five – Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t (Ma Baby)? – Jukebox Hits Volume 1
Graham Parker – Don’t Ask Me Questions – Hold Back The Night
Jonathan Richman – I’m So Confused – I’m So Confused
The Byrds – What’s Happening? – Fifth Dimension
The D’Oyly Carte Opera Company – In A Contemplative Fashion – The Very Best Of Gilbert And Sullivan
The Boswell Sisters – I’m Putting All My Eggs In One Basket – The Best Of The Boswell Sisters
The Kinks – State Of Confusion – State Of Confusion
Johnny Cash – Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound – American VI, Ain’t No Grave
Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On – What’s Going On
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Don’t Ask Me No Questions – Second Helping
Elvis Presley – What Now, What Next, Where To – Double Trouble
Paul Thorn – What The Hell Is Goin’ On? – What The Hell Is Goin’ On?
The Who – Empty Glass – Who Are You
The Boswell Sisters – Crazy People – The Best Of The Boswell Sisters
The Young Rascals – How Can I Be Sure – Groovin’
Talking Heads – Once In A Lifetime – Remain In Light
U2, Johnny Cash – The Wanderer – Zooropa
Kim Criswell – I Can’t Do The Sum – I Wants To Be A Actor Lady
The Who – Who Are You – Who Are You
Crosby, Stills & Nash – Helplessly Hoping – Crosby, Stills & Nash
The US Navy Seals – I Don’t Know, But I’ve Been Told – Workout To The Running Cadences
Peggy Lee – Is That All There Is? – Is That All There Is?
Blind Faith – Can’t Find My Way Home – Blind Faith

CLA Radio 12/30/16: 2016 Passings

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What:  Musicians (an an actor or three) of note who died in 2016.

When: Friday, December 30, 2016, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list (links are to Wikipedia pages):

Long John Hunter (1-4-16) – Border Town Blues – Ooh Wee Pretty Baby!
Pierre Boulez (1-5-16) – Naval Aviation In Art – Boulez Conducts Zappa
Otis Clay (1-8-16) – Trying To Live My Life Without You – Trying To Live My Life Without You
Red Simpson (1-8-16) – The Highway Patrol – The Man Behind The Badge
David Bowie (1-10-16) – Andy Warhol – Hunky Dory
Alan Rickman (1-14-16) – My Mistress’ Eyes Are Nothing Like The Sun – When Love Speaks
Glenn Frey (Eagles) (1-17-16) – Tequila Sunrise – Desperado
Mic Gillette (Tower Of Power) (1-17-16) – What is Hip – Tower Of Power
Paul Kantner (Jefferson Airplane) (1-28-16) – We Can Be Together – Volunteers
Dan Hicks (2-6-16) – My Old Timey Baby – Last Train To Hicksville
LC Ulmer (2-14-16) – Left Me Standing Behind – Blues Come Yonder
Sonny James (2-22-16) – Running Bear – The Capitol Top Ten Hits
George Martin (Beatles) (3-8-16) – Tell Me What You See – Help!
Ernestine Anderson (3-10-16) – Down Home Blues – When The Sun Goes Down
Keith Emerson (ELP) (3-10-16) – Promenade/The Gnome – Pictures At An Exhibition
Andy Newman (Thunderclap Newman) (3-30-16) – Something In The Air – Hollywood Dream
Merle Haggard (4-6-16) – The Bottle Let Me Down – The Best Of The Capitol Years
Prince (4-21-16) – Whole Lotta Love (Live)
Lonnie Mack (4-21-16) – Wham! – The Wham Of That Memphis Man!
Guy Clark (5-17-16) – Dublin Blues – Dublin Blues
Alan Young (Mister Ed) (5-19-16) – Mister Ed (Jay Livingston) – Hawaii Five O
Ralph Stanley (6-23-2016) – Motherless Children – A Distant Land To Roam
Scotty Moore (Elvis Presley) (6-28-2016) – Mystery Train – The 50 Greatest Hits
Bobby Hutcherson (8-15-16) – Later, Even – The Capitol Vaults Jazz Series
Toots Thielemans (8-22-16) – Nocturne – Now Playing Toots Thielemans
Gene Wilder (8-29-16) – Puttin’ On The Ritz – Young Frankenstein
Prince Buster (9-8-16) – One Step Beyond – Ska And Rocksteady Collection
Buckwheat Zydeco (9-24-16) – Ma Tit Fille – Best Of, 20th Century
Bobby Vee (10-24-16) – Please Don’t Ask About Barbara – Very Best Of
Leonard Cohen (11-7-16) – Suzanne – Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Leon Russell (11-13-16) – Out In The Woods – Carney
Mose Allison (11-15-16) – Your Mind Is On Vacation – The Best Of Mose Allison
Wayne Duncan (Daddy Cool) (12-4-16) – Eagle Rock – Live In Hope
Greg Lake (12-7-16) – Lucky Man – Emerson Lake and Palmer
Rick Parfitt (Status Quo) (12-24-16) – Pictures of Matchstick Men – Picturesque Matchstick Messages

CLA Radio 12/23/16: Rat Pack

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What:  Rat Pack stuff, from my show in re same, circa mid-2015.

When: Friday, December 23, 2016, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, except for three additional pieces of audio.

Additional info: Hope you can stop by and listen, and join us in chat!  Chat participants will be expected to employ the appropriate lingo, Jack.

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set List:

Oceans 11 (1960): Trailer
The Antonio Morelli Orchestra: Fanfare And Introduction
Dean Martin: Drink To Me Only
Frank Sinatra: Call Me Irresponsible
Sammy Davis Jr.: The Lady Is A Tramp
Frank Sinatra: Stranger In The Night
Sammy Davis Jr.: I Ain’t Got Nobody
Dean Martin: Buona Sera
Shirley Maclaine: She’s A Star
Joey Bishop: You Win Again
Vince Guaraldi: What Kind Of Fool Am I?
Sammy Davis Jr.: What Kind Of Fool Am I?
Frank Sinatra: I Get A Kick Out Of You
Nancy Sinata: MacArthur Park
Manchurian Candidate (1965): Opening Scene
The Rat Pack: We Open In Venice
Dean Marin: You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You
Ava Gardner: Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man
Frank Sinatra: In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
Sammy Davis Jr.: My Shining Hour
Nat King Cole: Unforgettable
Dean Martin: Send Me The Pillow You Dream On
Bing Crosby with Lauren Bacall: Don’t Know Why
Sammy Davis Jr.: Impressions
Jerry Lewis: Let Me Be A People
Frank Sinatra: I’ve Got The World On A String
Dean Martin: Sway
Sammy Davis Jr.: I Gotta Be Me
Dean Martin: I’m Gonna Paper My Walls
Cesar Romero: Jealous Caballero
Frank Sinatra: Witchcraft
Sammy Davis Jr.: A Stranger Called The Blues
Judy Garland: I’m Nobody’s Baby
Frank Sinatra: I’ve Got You Under My Skin
Sammy Davis Jr.: Something’s Gotta Give
Dean Martin: Everybody Loves Somebody
Frank Sinatra: Come Fly With Me
Sammy Davis Jr.: That Old Black Magic
Dean Martin: Corrine, Corrina
Marilyn Monroe: I’m Thru With Love
Jimmy Van Heusen: Here’s That Rainy Day
The Rat Pack: The Oldest Established
The Rat Pack: Ring-A-Ding Ding

CLA Radio 12/16/16: God

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What:  Songs about God.

Most of them have God in the title, until the very end of the show when there are a few that do not. And of course there are a few audio clips on The Topic.

I tried to be fair, and balance the show between pro-, con-, and agnostic, but there just aren’t many atheist or agnostic songs that are very good. Most are just snotty, and puerile, and not worth the time. (Sorry Frank.) Hopefully I struck a pleasing balance–that will please nobody.

When: Friday, December 16, 2016, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, except for additional audio marked with an asterisk (*).

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set List:

Johnny Cash – God’s Gonna Cut You Down – American V
Chris Whitley – God Left Town – War Crime Blues
* Time Bandits (1981) – Why Evil Exists
JB Lenoir – God’s Word – Passionate Blues
John Lennon – God – Plastic Ono Band
Loudon Wainwright III – God and Nature – Haven’t Got The Blues (Yet)
Blind Joe Taggart – God Gonna Separate The Wheat… – Rough Guide To Blind Willie Johnson
* Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) – Stop Groveling
Elvis Costello – God’s Comic – Spike
The Staple Singers – God’s Wonderful Love – Uncloudy Day, Will The Circle Be Unbroken
Tom Waits – God’s Away On Business – Blood Money
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – God Is In The House – No More Shall We Part
Andrew Peterson – The Silence Of God – Love And Thunder
Mavis Staples – God Is Not Sleeping – Blues Master Singers
Randy Newman – God’s Song (That’s Why I Love Mankind) – Sail Away
* Richard Pryor – Our Text For Today – Is It Something I Said
U2 – In God’s Country – The Joshua Tree
* Animal Crackers (1930) – Africa, God’s Country
XTC – Dear God – Skylarking
The Dead Milkmen – God’s Kid Brother – Soul Rotation
Jason Isbell, Southern Family – God Is A Working Man – Southern Family
The Wallflowers – God Don’t Make Lonely Girls – Bringing Down The Horse
Lana Del Rey – God Knows I Tried – Honeymoon
The Beach Boys – God Only Knows – Pet Sounds
Lee Ann Womack – There Is A God – There Is A God
Patty Griffin – Mother Of God – Impossible Dream
The Dandy Warhols – Godless – Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia
Blind Willie Johnson – God Don’t Never Change – Rough Guide To Blind Willie Johnson
Billie Holiday – God Bless The Child – Lady Day, The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia
Steve Earle – God Is God – I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
* Bruce Almighty (2003) – Bruce Meets God
Blind Willie McTell, Kate McTell – God Don’t Like It – Rough Guide To Blind Willie Johnson
They Might Be Giants – Kiss Me, Son Of God – Lincoln
Bauhaus – A God In An Alcove – In The Flat Field
Crowded House – There Goes God – Woodface
Blind Willie Johnson – God Moves On The Water – Dark Was The Night
* Oh, God! (1977) – Spread the Word
Blind Faith – Presence Of The Lord – Blind Faith
Christopher Tin – Baba Yetu – Selections From Calling All Dawns
Joan Osborne – One Of Us – Relish
Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers – Midnight Choir (Mogen David) – 17 Greatest Hits
Bing Crosby – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – White Christmas
Emmylou Harris – The Pearl – Red Dirt Girl

CLA Radio 12/09/16: Dan Hicks

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Yes, I know, Tribbles–another single artist show. But hey, Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks loomed large in my teenage years. So there.

What:  A tribute show to the lately-departed Dan Hicks, with heavy emphasis on my two favorite albums of his: Where’s The Money? (1971) and Striking It Rich (1972).

When: Friday, December 09, 2016, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, except for two songs from his 1989 Sunday Night gig with the Acoustic Warriors.

Twitter info: My handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set List:
All songs Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks unless otherwise noted.

Dan Hicks – Capo On My Brain – Live In San Francisco 1964
The Jukies’ Ball – Original Recordings
Milk Shakin’ Mama – Original Recordings
How Can I Miss You When You Won’t Go Away – Original Recordings
I Feel Like Singing – Where’s The Money
Coast To Coast – Where’s The Money
News From Up The Street – Where’s The Money
Where’s The Money – Where’s The Money
Caught In The Rain – Where’s The Money
Shorty Falls In Love – Where’s The Money
By Hook Or By Crook – Where’s The Money
Reelin’ Down – Where’s The Money
The Buzzard Was Their Friend – Where’s The Money
Traffic Jam – Where’s The Money
Is This My Happy Home – Where’s The Money
Dig A Little Deeper – Where’s The Money
You Got To Believe – Striking It Rich
Walkin’ One And Only – Striking It Rich
O’Reilly At The Bar – Striking It Rich
Moody Richard (The Innocent Bystander) – Striking It Rich
Flight Of The Fly – Striking It Rich
I Scare Myself – Striking It Rich
Philly Rag – Striking It Rich
The Laughing Song – Striking It Rich
Canned Music – Striking It Rich
I’m An Old Cowhand – Striking It Rich
Fujiyama – Striking It Rich
Cowboy’s Dream No 19 – Last Train To Hicksville
My Old Timey Baby – Last Train To Hicksville
I Asked My Doctor – Last Train To Hicksville
Sweetheart (Waitress In A Donut Shop) – Last Train To Hicksville
It’s Not My Time To Go – Last Train To Hicksville
* Dan Hicks and the Acoustic Warriors – Hell I’d Go – Sunday Night (1989)
* Dan Hicks and the Acoustic Warriors – Shootin’ Straight – Sunday Night (1989)
Dan Hicks, Elvis Costello, Brian Setzer – Meet Me On The Corner – Beatin’ The Heat
Dan Hicks, Tom Waits – I’ll Tell You Why That Is – Beatin’ The Heat
First I Lost My Marbles – Selected Shorts
Dan Hicks, Hot Club Sandwich – Cow Cow Boogie – And If Only
Skippy’s Farewell – Striking It Rich

CLA Radio 12/02/16: Jimi Hendrix

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What:  An overdue ConservativeLA Radio show about the greatest guitarist ever, in belated honor of the anniversary of his birth on November 27th.

When: Friday, December 02, 2016, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, although it is out of sequence compared to the actual show, and is missing oodles of additional audio. Also, I only include the first cut to get sufficient lead-in for the Anthem.

Twitter info: My handle is @ConservativeLA. The hashtag applicable to the show is #CLARadio.

Set List:

American Masters – Jimi Hendrix Hear My Train A Comin’ – Trailer – PBS
Star Spangled Banner – Live At Woodstock
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – Early Bio, Bands, BB King
Killing Floor – The Jimi Hendrix Experience
My Friend – The Cry Of Love
Jimi Hendrix – Feedback (2005 Documentary) – Rough Childhood
Spanish Castle Magic – Axis Bold As Love
Stone Free – Are You Experienced
Jimi Hendrix – Feedback (2005 Documentary)- Hailing A Cab In NYC
Crosstown Traffic – Electric Ladyland
Taking Care Of No Business – The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Jimi Hendrix – Feedback (2005 Documentary) – Guitarists Never Make It
Manic Depression – Are You Experienced
All Along The Watchtower – Electric Ladyland
Jimi Hendrix – Feedback (2005 Documentary) – Jamming With Cream
Like A Rolling Stone – Live At Monterey
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – You Should Be Interviewing Hendrix
Hear My Train A Comin’ – Rainbow Bridge
Jimi’s Former Girlfriend Kathy Etchingham – BBC
The Wind Cries Mary – Are You Experienced
Frank Zappa – Lost Interview – Hendrix
Izabella – Live At Woodstock
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – He Was The Best Because We Worked At It
Love Or Confusion – Are You Experienced
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – Noel Redding’s Brush-Off
Who Knows – Band Of Gypsies
Room Full Of Mirrors – The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Jimi Hendrix (1973) – Warner Brothers – Trailer
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – MLK
If 6 Was 9 – Axis Bold As Love
Jimi Hendrix – Feedback (2005 Documentary) – Death Of The Sixties
Little Wing – Axis Bold As Love
Jimi Hendrix – Feedback (2005 Documentary) – BBC Death Announcement
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – News Of Jimi’s Death
Castles Made Of Sand – Axis Bold As Love
The Jimi Hendrix Documentary (1989) – Clapton, Jimi Outro
Belly Button Window – The Cry Of Love
Angel – The Cry Of Love
Hendrix Was An Alien (Bill Hicks) – Rant In E-Minor (EXPLICIT)

Emmylou Harris, Songwriter

I started working on a draft of a future CLAR show focusing on Emmylou Harris’ as a songwriter.

The good news is, there’s a lot of material to choose from.

The bad news is, I have four hours’ worth of material, but I only need two hours, so I’ll be doing some cutting.

But before I create a copy of the current list and start chopping away, I thought I’d post the original raw list here, for those who might be interested.

I’m not sure that the list is exhaustive, but I think it’s fairly close to being complete.

The Spotify playlist is here.

Here’s the song list:

All songs are written or co-written by Emmylou Harris. Co-writers’ names are noted parenthetically. The albums are listed in chronological order as to release date, and the song sequencing is left intact within the albums–but, of course, only her compositions are included below.

Enjoy.

Boulder To Birmingham – Pieces Of The Sky (Bill Danoff)
Amarillo – Elite Hotel (Rodney Crowell)
Tulsa Queen – Luxury Liner (Rodney Crowell)
The Ballad of Sally Rose – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Rhythm Guitar – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Heart to Heart – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Woman Walk the Line – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Bad News – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Timberline – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Long Tall Sally Rose – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
White Line – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Diamond in My Crown – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
The Sweetheart of the Rodeo – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Sweet Chariot – The Ballad Of Sally Rose (Paul Kennerley)
Sweetheart Of The Pines – Thirteen (Paul Kennerley)
When I Was Yours – Thirteen (Paul Kennerley)
Heartbreak Hill – Bluebird (Paul Kennerley)
The Light – Cowgirl’s Prayer (Kieran Kane)
Prayer In Open D – Cowgirl’s Prayer
Deeper Well – Wrecking Ball (David Olney, Daniel Lanois)
Waltz Across Texas Tonight – Wrecking Ball (Rodney Crowell)
Raise the Dead – Western Wall with Linda Ronstadt
Sweet Spot – Western Wall with Linda Ronstadt (Jill Cunniff)
All I Left Behind – Western Wall with Linda Ronstadt (Kate McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle)
The Pearl – Red Dirt Girl
Michelangelo – Red Dirt Girl
I Don’t Wanna Talk About It Now – Red Dirt Girl
Tragedy – Red Dirt Girl (Rodney Crowell)
Red Dirt Girl – Red Dirt Girl
My Baby Needs A Shepherd – Red Dirt Girl
Bang The Drum Slowly – Red Dirt Girl (Guy Clark)
J’Ai Fait Tout – Red Dirt Girl (Jill Cunniff, Darryl Johnson)
Hour Of Gold – Red Dirt Girl
My Antonia – Red Dirt Girl
Boy From Tupelo – Red Dirt Girl
Here I Am – Stumble Into Grace (Kate McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle)
I Will Dream – Stumble Into Grace (Kate McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle)
Little Bird – Stumble Into Grace (Jill Cunniff)
Time in Babylon – Stumble Into Grace (Malcolm Burn)
Can You Hear Me Now – Stumble Into Grace
Strong Hand – Stumble Into Grace (Paul Kennerley)
Jupiter Rising – Stumble Into Grace
Plaisir d’Amour – Stumble Into Grace (Daniel Lanois)
Lost Unto This World – Stumble Into Grace
Cup of Kindness – Stumble Into Grace
Love and Happiness – All The Roadrunning with Mark Knofler (Kimmie Rhodes)
Belle Starr – All The Roadrunning with Mark Knofler
Gold – All I Intended To Be
How She Could Sing the Wildwood Flower – All I Intended To Be (Kate McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle)
Take That Ride – All I Intended To Be
Not Enough – All I Intended To Be
Sailing Round the Room – All I Intended To Be (Kate McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle)
The Road – Hard Bargain
Home Sweet Home – Hard Bargain
My Name Is Emmett Till – Hard Bargain
Goodnight Old World – Hard Bargain (Will Jennings)
New Orleans – Hard Bargain (Will Jennings)
Big Black Dog – Hard Bargain
Lonely Girl – Hard Bargain
Six White Cadillacs – Hard Bargain (Will Jennings)
The Ship on His Arm – Hard Bargain
Darlin’ Kate – Hard Bargain
Nobody – Hard Bargain

How To Tell Your Family To STFU About Politics This Thanksgiving*

Find a way.

 

* (Title in honor of endless think-pieces on the Left telling you how to talk politics on Thanksgiving. IT’S A TRAP!)