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Show 15 - Pirate Radio

Show 15 - Pirate Radio

Air Date:

Sunday, 14 July 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Gloria (Them)

    Needles and Pins (Searchers)

    Alex Chilton (Replacements)

    When My Baby’s Beside Me (Big Star)

    Cinderella (Fuzztones)

    Him or Me (Paul Revere & Raiders)

    Set 2

    She's Only Cool (Cotton Mather)

    In My Own Time (Bee Gees)

    Where the Bands Are (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    Once Before (Remains)

    You've Got to Believe in Love (Enuff Z'Nuff)


    Set 3

    Pretty Thing (Bo Diddley)

    Rosalyn (Pretty Things)

    You Don't Love Me (Birds)

    Not Fade Away (Rolling Stones)

    I Want Candy (Strangeloves)


    Set 4

    Magic in the Air (The Attack)

    Eight Miles High (Byrds)

    Strawberryfire (Apples in Stereo)

    Incense and Peppermints (Strawberry Alarm Clock)

    (It’s Only A) Northern Song (Beatles)


    Set 5

    Circles (The Who)

    Bad Word for a Good Thing (Friggs)

    Swallow My Pride (Ramones)

    Keep Your Hands off of My Baby (Little Eva)

    I Wish You Would (Yardbirds)

Comments (3)

  • Steven Kaminsky

    "Him or Me" from set one. I highly recommend the album it comes from: "Revolution," by Paul Revere and the Raiders. The whole album has the high quality of this song: catchy melody hooks, intricate, multi-layered guitar parts, clean production to show off the musicianship, GREAT lead vocals, clever backup vocals, yet still maintaining a rock and roll drive. The first three albums I bought when I got a stereo were this one, "Surrealistic Pillow" by Jefferson Airplane, and "Flowers" by The Rolling Stones, all when they were brand new. How's for a great start?

  • Steven Kaminsky

    Thanks for playing the Bee Gees. Hearing "In My Own Time," you can understand why people thought they were the Beatles recording under an alias. I have twenty-some Bee Gees albums, and love them all. My greatest interest is in songwriters. Barry Gibb has to be perhaps the most successful songwriter of all time. He was a great songwriter in the 1950's, 60's, 70's, 80's... amazing. Colossal. Some songwriters are superb for a while--John Phillips, John Sebastian--then, poof, they're gone. Barry was able to constantly reinvent his style. Look at a book of sheet music for Barry Gibb's songs. They are excellent in their construction, always exploring and experimenting, while remaining entertaining. He is a true master craftsman of songwriting.

  • jcjohnson63

    No new one? That's okay! I can always revisit the past! Pretty cool one! Although I never cared for the Strawberry Alarm Clock! Peace,love and rock and roll!! :)

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