Mick's Tape Show

with Brian McKinley

The radio version of the original social media - the mix tape!


The Rolling Stones – Dandelion (one o’clock)
Guided by Voices – Closer You Are (7am)
Devo – Working in a Coal Mine (5 in the morning)
Yo La Tengo – One PM Again
10,000 Maniacs – Like the Weather (noon)
Wilson Picket – In the Midnight Hour)

OMD – Enola Gay (It’s 8:15, and that’s the time it’s always been)
The Who – 5:15
Sheryl Crow – My Favorite Mistake (6am)
Al Green – Love & Happiness (3 o’clock in the morning)
The Roots – Lazy Saturday (12:20, 3:37)
Everything But the Girl – Hatfield 1980 (suburbia, 1am…)

Joan Jett – I Hate Myself for Loving You (A quarter to two)
Prince – I could never take the place of your man (10:35 on a lonely Friday night)
The New Radicals – You Get What You Give (4am)** http://www.avclub.com/article/new-radicals-only-hit-you-get-what-you-give-was-se-222559 **http://kottke.org/15/08/the-most-timeless-songs-of-all-time
Chuck Berry – Reelin & Rockin (9:32, 10:29)
Willie Nelson – 10 and a 2 (10am)
Flight of the Conchords – Most Beautiful Girl (in the room) (12:02)
Dolly Parton – 9 to 5

PJ Harvey – You Said Something (one in the morning)
School of Fish – Deep End (3am)
Squeeze – Up the Junction (4:50)
Big Audio Dynamite II – The Globe (Bless You) (1am, let’s go out to a rave)
Josh Rouse – Well Respected Man
Fiery Furnaces – Norwegian Wood (2 in the morning)

Chicago – 25 or 6 to 4 (duh)
Veruca Salt – Earthcrosser (2am)
The Bangles – Manic Monday (6am)
Uncle Tupelo – Punch Drunk (9 to 5)
The Beatles – One After 909
The Vogues – 5 o’clock world
Lovin Spoonful – 6 o’clock
Thin Lizzy – Dancin in the Moonlight

Gladys Knight & the Pips – Midnight Train to Georgia
Otis Redding – Cigarettes & Coffee (a quarter to three)
John Lee Hooker – One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer (the clock on the wall says three o’clock)
Sleater-Kinney – A Quarter to Three
Jane’s Addiction – Jane Says (8:00)

The Godfathers – Birth, School, Work, Death
Weezer – The Good Life
The Rolling Stones – Miss Amanda Jones
Stone Temple Pilots – Days of the Week
Bob Dylan – Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat

Beastie Boys – Twenty Questions (MCA with Miho Hatori)
Big Star – Thank you, friends

Curtis Mayfield – People Get Ready
Tom Waits – Chicago
Liz Phair – Stratford on Guy
Steely Dan – Your Gold Teeth
Andrew Bird – A Nervous Tic Motion of the Head to the Left
Andrew Bird – Pulaski at Night

Robert Johnson – Sweet Home Chicago
Bob Dylan – Death of Emmett Till
Led Zeppelin – When the Levee Broke
John Legend and Common – Glory

Spoon – Chicago at Night
Material Issue – Valerie Loves Me
Soul Coughing – Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago
Eleventh Dream Day – Vanishing Point
Veruca Salt – Volcano Girls

Neko Case – Alone and Forsaken
Pops Staples – Hope in a Hopeless World
Mavis Staples – This Little Light
Wilco, Mavis & Nick Lowe – The Weight
Jason Isbell – Chicago Promenade
M. Ward – Carolina

Muddy Waters – Muddy Jumps One
Howlin Wolf – Rockin Daddy
Muddy Waters – Rollin Stone (Alternate Take)
The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago
The Andrews Sisters – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Paper Lace – The Night Chicago Died
Chicago – Make Me Smile
Frank Sinatra – My Kind of Town
Sufjan Stevens – Chicago
Wilco – via Chicago

Smashing Pumpkins – Tonight, Tonight
Ryan Adams – Dear Chicago
The Hold Steady – Chicago Seemed Tired Last Night
Jason Aldean – Asphalt Cowboy
Kanye West – All Falls Down

Urge Overkill – The Break
Eddie Vedder – Hard Sun
Freddy Cole – South Side of Chicago
Muddy Waters – 13 Highway

Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the release of the LP Born to Run, WHRW presents Born to Run in its entirety. Enjoy!

Bruce Keynote Address at SXSW 2012




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