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The Listening Tree (Music)

With Scott

Sat Feb 24th 2018 9.00pm–12.00am

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


Gregg Allman “Midnight Rider”
from Laid Back


Primal Scream “Movin' on Up”
from Screamadelica CD Album (Sire/Warner Bros. 1991) —Your final UK reset for the night.


Yazoo “Only You”
from Upstairs At Eric's (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1982) —Some of the best dances of my life have been to this one.


Alison Moyet “Love Resurrection”
from Alf / Raindancing (1987) —Great Twitter follow.


Courtney Barnett “Pedestrian at Best”
from Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit (Deluxe) (Milk! Records 2015) —She's too good. Just too damn good.


Spoon “All the Pretty Girls Go to the City”
from Kill the Moonlight LP Album (Merge Records 2002) —Still only seen these blokes once, at Popscene in '07.


Franz Ferdinand “No You Girls”
from Tonight: Franz Ferdinand (Domino 2008) —As seen by the host at the Bill Graham, and Coachella. They played Asheville's Orange Peel last night.


The San Francisco Sports Band “Joe Montana”
from Giants & 49ers (Motern Media) —I don't know where these guys came from, but I'm glad they took the time.


Polaris “Hey Sandy”
from Music from the Adventures of Pete & Pete (The Mezzotint Label 1999) —You know you want a scintillating 21st century remake of this show on Netflix.


They Might Be Giants “James K. Polk”
from Factory Showroom CD Album (Elektra 0591 1996) —President Polk was the stumper answer during Wednesday night trivia this past week at the Marina's Stock in Trade.


Edwyn Collins “Gorgeous George” (AED 1994) —Haven't seen him but this song is growing on me.


Ani Difranco “Gravel”
from Little Plastic Castle (Righteous Babe 1998) —As seen by the host at Asheville's Orange Peel, San Francisco's Fillmore and Eugene's McDonald Theater.


Cat Power “The Greatest” CD Single (Matador 2006) —As seen by the host at the Warfield, before she had to cancel the next tour date because her voice was dying.


Luscious Jackson “Ladyfingers”
from Electric Honey (Capitol Records 1999) —As seen by the host at the Independent.


The Stone Roses “Mersey Paradise”
from The Stone Roses (20th Anniversary Legacy Edition) [Remastered] (Silvertone) —To know their music is to know Madchester.


Richard Ashcroft “A Song for the Lovers”
from Alone with Everybody (Hut Records 2000) —Richard always made it seem so effortless.


Noel Gallagher “Talk Tonight - Live for Teenage Cancer Trust”
from The Dreams We Have As Children MP3 Album (Big Brother 2009) —Noel wrote this about his "lost week" in San Francisco.


Oasis “Keep the Dream Alive”
from Don't Believe The Truth (Big Brother 2005) —Liam shows he's still got it on this one.


Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds “(Stranded On) the Wrong Beach”
from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (Sour Mash Records 2011) —Noel's solo effort has carried a lot further.


Beady Eye “The Roller”
from Different Gear - Still Speeding (Deluxe Version) (Liberator Music 2011) —Liam's solo effort. Read his new interview in the Daily Telegraph.


Oasis “Don't Look Back In Anger (Live at Wembley Stadium, 2000)”
from Familiar to Millions (Live) (Big Brother 2000) —A song that will always mean more because of what happened.


Esperanza Spalding “I Can't Help It (feat. Joe Lovano)”
from Radio Music Society (Deluxe) (Concord Records 2012) —One of America's treasures, she is.


Jimmy Smith “Small's Minor”
from Cool Blues (Blue Note 1958) —Both the past two records are from the SFCR library. :)


Horace Silver Quintet “Safari”
from Further Explorations by the Horace Silver Quintet (RVG Edition) CD Album (Revolver Records 1958) —It's "Stuff Even Scott's Dad Would Like" time.


Happy Mondays “24 Hour Party People”
from Loads (Rhino 1995) —A compilation from the Manchester legends.


Inspiral Carpets “Song for a Family”
from Life (Extended Edition) (Mute, a BMG Company 1990) —Noel Gallagher spent several pre-Oasis years as a guitar tech for this group.


Elbow “Grounds for Divorce”
from The Seldom Seen Kid (Fiction 2008) —When the BBC ask you to compose the theme to their Olympics coverage, you might have made it.


Badly Drawn Boy “You Were Right”
from Have You Fed the Fish (XL Recordings 2002) —These songs necessarily follow each other on the album. "I remember doing nothing on the night Sinatra died..."


Badly Drawn Boy “I Was Wrong”
from Have You Fed the Fish (XL Recordings 2002) —One of the great Mancunian lyricists.


The Hollies “Carrie Anne”
from 20 Golden Greats (Parlophone UK) —Also for Gage!


Doves “There Goes the Fear”
from The Last Broadcast (Heavenly 2000) —Have never seen Doves but have always wished to.


The Verve “The Drugs Don't Work”
from This Is Music - The Singles 92-98 (Virgin Records) —Richard Ashcroft - one-of-a-kind.


10CC “The Wall Street Shuffle”
from Sheet Music LP Album (London 1974) —For Gage!


The Stone Roses “I am the Resurrection”
from The Stone Roses LP Album (Jive 1989) —Saw 'em at Coachella. Worth the toil and trouble.


Sleater-Kinney “Sympathy”
from One Beat (Remastered) (Sub Pop Records 2002) —Corin Tucker wrote this about her newborn's health scare and the helplessness she felt. Seemed an apropos S-K choice.

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