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Show 14 - Johnny Cool

Show 14 - Johnny Cool

Air Date:

Sunday, 07 July 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Friday On My Mind (Easybeats)

    You've Got A Habit...(Davy Jones & the Lower Third)

    Mary Lou (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    When I Get Home (Beatles)

    Yeah (Cynics)

    Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely (Husker Du)


    Set 2

    It's All Over Now (The Valentinos)

    It's All Over Now (Rolling Stones)

    No Good Without You (Birds)

    Cheated and Lied (Vipers)

    Bonzo Goes to Bitburg (Ramones)


    Set 3

    Louie Louie (The Wailers)

    We Gotta Get Outta This Place (Animals)

    My Baby Don't Care (Gants)

    Done Somebody Wrong (Yardbirds)

    Love Is A Beautiful Thing (Rascals)


    Set 4

    Sitting on a Cloud (Anderson Council)

    Heaven is in Your Mind (Traffic)

    Queen Of The Shadows (Moviees)

    Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil (Jefferson Airplane)

    Itchycoo Park (Small Faces)


    Set 5

    Sorrow (Pristeens)

    The World Keeps Goin' Round (Kinks)

    River Deep Mountain High (Tina Turner)

    Whatever Happened to My Rock &Roll (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

Comments (4)

  • Steven Kaminsky

    Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil: The Jefferson Airplane created a masterpiece on their previous album, "Surrealistic Pillow." They spent forever in the studio to produce the follow-up, "After Bathing at Baxters." I gave up on listening to it many times. Too strange. But something about it kept bringing me back. After countless listens, I finally got it! It was worth the effort. I think I have listened to it more than anything in my collection. The complexity is unbelievable. Complex melodies, harmonies, rhythms, instrumentation. Melodies upon melodies, within melodies. So original, so unique.

  • Steven Kaminsky

    Little Steven previously played "Sorry" by the Easybeats. I counted 180 beats per minute. This time, he played "Friday on My Mind." I counted more than 180 beats per minute. Is there a more exciting band than the Easybeat? I don't think so. How do they play so fast, yet so well? I have heard that after they broke up, one of them guided their younger brothers to become AC/DC, producing them.

  • jcjohnson63

    Since no new one is available(will you EVER post a new one??????) I am going to the archives then! Thanks for posting! Peace,love and rock and roll!! :)

  • jcjohnson63

    BTW-THIS one plays on Sea Monkey!!!! Yiipee!!! :)

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