The Signal - 1/1/13 playlist (New Year's Day/more 2012 favorites)

by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 12:49 AM on 1·2·2013

[From 7-10 p.m. Tuesday]

Started off the show with a bunch of songs having to do with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Thanks to Facebook friends for suggestions (and extra thanks to those who actually e-mailed tracks to me).

“New Year’s Day” – U2
“Happy or Not” – Spottiswoode & His Enemies
“New Year’s” – Lisa Moscatiello
“As We Count (On New Year’s Eve)” – Loretta Hagen
“Same Old Lang Syne” – Dan Fogelberg
“New Year’s Eve” – Ike Reilly
“This Year” – the Mountain Goats
“New Year’s Eve” – First Aid Kit
“The New Year” – Death Cab for Cutie
“Happy New Year” – Deathray
“New Year” – Avi Wisnia
“New Year’s Eve at the Gates of Hell” – Ray Wylie Hubbard
“New Year’s Day at the Lion’s Head Hotel – Hourly Rates” – Vance Gilbert
“New Year’s Prayer” – Ed Romanoff
“One Good Year” – Slaid Cleaves
“First Day of the New Year” – the Jigsaw Seen
“Happy New Year” – Todd Snider
“New Year’s Day” – Charlie Robison
“Happy New Year” – ABBA

For the final 90 minutes, it was more favorites from 2012 that I didn’t have time to play a couple of weeks ago.

“SULTANA” SET – from Jeff Stachyra concept album
“Four Mile Bridge”
“The Last Great March of the Skeleton Soldiers”
“Burn Down the Wheel”
“Sweet Hour of Prayer Suite”
“Underneath the Water”

“Infatuated” – Samite
“Awn To Kalo Ye” – Leni Stern
“Socket” – House of Waters
“Kids in the Square” – Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad
“World War” – Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad
“8 Track Mind” – the Gunpoets
“25 to Life “ – the Stray Birds
“Abilene” – Grace Pettis
“Welcome to Pittsburgh” – River City Extension
“Downtown” – the Damn Truth
“Busting Up a Starbucks” – Mike Doughty
“We Had It All” – Joe Silva
“Fine Print” – Silverclub

I’ll next be on the air from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday with Randy McStine, when he’ll share some of his favorite tunes. Then at 7 p.m. next Tuesday, local music expert Eric Coker will join me to discuss his top songs of 2012.

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