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Freak Power Ticket (Eclectic)

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A "wondrous boat ride" exploring rock 'n' roll & other music, the counter cultural, cinema, pop culture, oddities, etc. Buy a ticket, take the ride.

Mon Aug 8th 2011 11.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

11:00am

Chieftains “Morning Has Broken”
composed by Cat Stevens
from The Wide World Over: A 40 Year Celebration MP3 Album (rca victor 2002) —Music bed for introductory voiceover: a tribute to Cat Stevens and the 40th Anniversary of "Harold and Maude" (Hal Ashby, Director, 1971). Song features vocals by Art Garfunkle and Diana Krall.

11:01am

Death By Chocolate “If You Want to Sing Out Sing Out”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Death By Chocolate MP3 Album (Jet Set Records 2001) —Cat Stevens version of this song originally featured in "Harold and Maude" (1971).

11:04am

The Delgados “Matthew & Son”
composed by Cat Stevens
from The Complete BBC Peel Sessions MP3 Album (chemikal underground www.matadorrecords.com/ 2006)

11:07am

N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2012) —Wes Anderson's "Rushmore" clip ("Here Comes My Baby").

11:08am

Yo La Tengo “Here Comes My Baby”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Fakebook CD Album (Bar/None Records 1990)

11:10am

Kristin Hersh “Trouble”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Sunny Border Blue MP3 Album (4AD 1991) —Music bed for back announcement/voiceover. Cat Stevens version of this song originally featured in "Harold and Maude" (1971).

11:13am

PP Arnold “The First Cut is the Deepest”
composed by Cat Stevens
from The Best of Beat Beat Beat, Vol. 2 MP3 Album (ABC Entertainment 2011)

11:16am

Elton John “Lady D'Arbanville”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Spirit In The Sky - Rare Sessions 1969-70 MP3 Album (Goldenlane Records 2009) —Song inspired by a love affair with the actress Patti D'Arbanville.

11:20am

Elliott Smith “Trouble”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Thumbsucker (Original Soundtrack) MP3 Album (Hollywood (Europe) 2005) —Cat Stevens version of this song originally featured in "Harold and Maude" (1971).

11:23am

Chris Martin “Tea for the Tillerman”
composed by Cat Stevens
from N/A Other Other ([bootleg]) —Outro music for Ricky Gervais' tv show "Extras."

11:23am

Jimmy Cliff “Wild World”
composed by Cat Stevens
from In Concert: The Best of Jimmy Cliff MP3 Album (1990)

11:27am

Johnny Cash “Father and Son”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Unearthed CD Album (Legacy Recordings 2010) —With Fiona Apple.

11:30am

N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2012) —"Harold and Maude" theatrical trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZfCft4wVt8

11:33am

Kristin Hersh “Trouble”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Sunny Border Blue MP3 Album (4AD 1991) —Music bed for back announcement and commentary: excerpt. Cat Stevens version of this song originally featured in "Harold and Maude" (1971).

11:35am

Travis “Don't Be Shy”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Everwood MP3 Album (Nettwerk 2004) —Cat Stevens version of this song originally featured in "Harold and Maude" (1971).

11:38am

N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2012) —Ruth Gordon dialogue from "Harold and Maude": http://www.dailywav.com/program.php?Program=HaroldAndMaude

11:39am

Cat Stevens “On the Road to Find Out”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Footsteps in the Dark: Greatest Hits Vol. 2 MP3 Album (A&M 2003)

11:43am

N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2012) —"Harold and Maude" flower scene ("Where Do the Children Play"): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0FX_ROcNV4

11:45am

Dolly Parton “Where Do the Children Play”
composed by Cat Stevens
from Those Were the Days LP Album (Sugar Hill Records, A Welk Music Group Company 2005) —Cat Stevens version of this song originally featured in "Harold and Maude" (1971).

11:48am

Labelle “Moon Shadow (Edit)”
from What It Is! Funky Soul and Rare Grooves (1967-1977) [Digital Version] MP3 Album (Rhino 2006)

11:52am

J Mascis “Anticipation”
from Martin + Me MP3 Album (Reprise/ADA 1996) —Music bed for back announcement and commentary: excerpt. Song written by Carly Simon about Cat Stevens.

11:54am

10,000 Maniacs “Peace Train”
composed by Cat Stevens
from In My Tribe CD Album (Elektra 1987) —Deleted from later pressings due to controversy over fatwa death threats issued against author Salman Rushdie. Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) claims his comments about matter were distorted by the British media: http://www.mountainoflight.co.uk/talks_cw.html#1

11:57am

N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2012) —Clip from Wes Anderson's "Rushmore" (film outro before end credits set to Cat Stevens' "The Wind").

11:58am

Yusuf Islam “The Wind”
from Footsteps in the Light MP3 Album (Mountain of Light Productions, Ltd. 2006)

11:59am

Yusuf “Boots and Sand (Bonus Track)”
from Roadsinger [Bonus Track Version] MP3 Album (Universal-Island Records Ltd. 2009) —Voiceover during song intro, excerpted track provides outro for special broadcast: song features Yusuf friends Paul McCartney and Dolly Parton on backing vocals.


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.