1/21/14 playlist (New tunes and free for all)

by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 12:51 AM on 1·24·2014

[From 7-10 p.m. Tuesday]

No guest this week, so I kept the jibber-jabber to a minimum in order to deliver an epic playlist.

Part one included new (and new-ish) music I’ve not had time to share in the past couple of months. It tended to be twangy.
“A Feather’s Not a Bed” – Rosanne Cash
“All The Cats” – Linda Ortega
“Fool’s Gold” – The Stetson Family
“I Wanna Go Where You Go” – The Del McCoury Band
“Tonka Trucks” – Frank Vieira
“The Dream” – Tracie Patochnick
“The Killer In Me” – Eric Balkey
“Heaven’s Kitchen” – John McCutcheon
“Abide” – Susan Cattaneo
“Making Believe” – Willie Nelson & Brandie Carlisle
“Dreams of San Joaquin” – Kenny Rogers
“Dixie Highway Sign” – Robin & Linda Williams
“The Tattooed Woman” – Sam Baker
“King of the Folk Singers” – Tim Grimm
“Walk Out in the Rain” – Joey Molland
“Werewolf in Times Square” – Chris Trapper
“Knack for Love” – Julia McKinnis

In honor of lead singer/songwriter David Broyles’ birthday, a three-fer of Dr. Pants.
“Bowling with a Genius”
“Robot Spiders”
“Calling Chewbacca”

From there, it was a free for all.
“Open Up the Box, Pandora” – the Jigsaw Seen
“Chef Mobie’s Gumbo Gator” / “The Feldmans” – Hypnotic Clambake
“Truckin’ 101” – Leon Redbone
“Who Are You?” – Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks
“We Like Bananas” / “Heartbreak Hotel” – The Soft Boys
“Who Carried You” – Malcolm Holcombe
“Personal Jesus” – Johnny Cash
“Another Good Man” – Brian Vander Ark
“The Last Black & White TV” – Terence Martin
“Holy Land” – Jess Klein
“Conversation Piece” – Sylvie Lewis
“10,000 Butterflies” – Leni Stern
“Tigers Above, Tigers Below” – Ellis Delaney
“A Freak A” – Josephine Onliyama
“Nothing To See Here” – Amber Rubarth
“Feel the Love” – Lisa Moscatiello
“Radio” – Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams
“Postcard from London” – Ray Davies & Chrissie Hynde

Next Tuesday at 7 p.m., I’ll chat with Julia McKinnis about her new album, “The Good Has Won.” Then on Feb. 4, it’s an all-star panel talking about the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

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