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Classic Rock pt 2 (Music)

With Matt

Sun Oct 14th 2018 10.00pm–2.00am

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: central

1:57am

The Monkees “You Just May Be the One”
composed by Michael Nesmith
from Headquarters (Arista Records 1967)

1:52am

Elton John “your song”
composed by Elton John / Bernie Taupin
from Elton John Deluxe Edition (1970)

1:48am

Brian Wilson “Whatever Happened”
composed by Brian Wilson, J. Peterik, L. Millias, and J. Thomas
from No Pier Pressure (Capitol Records 2015)

1:41am

Joe Walsh “meadows”
composed by Walsh
from The Best of Joe Walsh (MCA Records 2011)

1:35am

Chicago “25 or 6 to 4”
composed by Ludovic Bource
from Clear History (Music From the HBO® Original Film) (RELATIVITY MUSIC 2 (RM2))

1:31am

Jim Croce “Bad Bad Leroy Brown”
from Party Groove: Gay Days, Vol. 3

1:29am

The Police “Every Little Thing She Does is Magic”
composed by Sting
from Every Breath You Take: The Classics (A&M 1986)

1:25am

The Zombies “She's not There”
composed by Rod Argent
from the Collection (Castle Communications 1988)

1:21am

The Cars “Since You're Gone”
composed by The Cars
from Complete Greatest Hits (Rhino/Elektra)

1:19am

Tommy James and the Shondells “Mony Mony”
from Best of

1:14am

Lou Reed “Ooohhh Baby”
composed by Lou Reed
from Coney Island Baby (RCA/Legacy 1976)

1:11am

Neil Diamond “Save Me a Saturday Night”
composed by Neil Diamond
from 12 Songs (Columbia 2005)

1:08am

Buffalo Springfield “I Am a Child”
composed by Neil Young
from Last Time Around (Atco 1968)

1:04am

Fleetwood Maccomi “coming Your Way”
from Then Play On

12:58am

America “Tin man”
composed by America
from America's Greatest Hits: History (Warner Bros. 1975)

12:55am

Crosby, Stills & Nash “Wasted on the way”
composed by David Crosby / Paul Kantner / Stephen Stills
from Daylight Again (Rhino Atlantic 1982)

12:51am

The Eagles “Take It easy”
composed by Henley/Frey
from One of These Nights (Asylum Records 1975)

12:49am

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band “Get out of Denver”
composed by Bob Seger
from Live Bullet (Capitol Records, Inc. 1999)

12:43am

Gordon Lightfoot “sundown”
composed by Gordon Lightfoot
from Gord's Gold (1975)

12:40am

Ottis Redding “The Dock of the Bay”
composed by Alexandre Desplat
from Remember Me

12:37am

Van Morrison “Ro Ro Rosey”
composed by Morrison
from Blowin' Your Mind! (Bang/Epic Legacy 1967)

12:30am

Deep Purple “speed king”
composed by Deep Purple
from In Concert 1970-1972 (LIVE) (Deep Purple (Overseas) 1972)

12:25am

Don McClean “Prime Time”
from Best Of Don Mclean

12:19am

Lynard Skynard “Saturday Night Special”
composed by Skynard
from Nuthin' Fancy (MCA Records 1999)

12:16am

Paul Simon “I am a Rock”
composed by Simon
from Paul Simon Songbook (Columbia/Legacy 1965)

12:15am

Paul Revere & the Raiders “Louie, louie”
composed by Paul Revere & the Raiders
from Paul Revere & The Raiders - Greatest Hits (Columbia/Legacy 1963)

12:10am

America “Muskrat Love”
from America's Greatest Hits: History (Warner Bros. 1975)

12:09am

The Hollies “bus stop”
composed by Anthony Godin
from Greatest Hits (Parlophone UK 1973)

12:03am

The Byrds “Turn Turn Turn”
composed by Bob Dylan
from The Byrds Most Famous Hits (Baierle Records)

11:57pm

The Beatles “Tell me why”
composed by Lennon/ McCartney
from A Hard Day's Night (Apple/Parlophone 1964)

11:54pm

The Beach Boys “I'm Waiting for the Day (Mono)”
from Pet Sounds (Mono & Stereo) (Capitol Records 1966)

11:52pm

Buddy Holly “That'll be the Day”
composed by Holly
from Greatest Hits (MCA Records 1995)

11:50pm

The Monkees “You may be the one”
from Headquarters (Arista Records 1967)

11:45pm

The Lovin' Spoonful “Coconut Grove”
composed by John Sebastian/Zal Yanovsky
from Platinum & Gold Collection (Buddha/BMG Heritage 2003)

11:45pm

Manfred Mann's Earth Band “Spirit in the Night”
composed by Bruce Springsteen
from Spirit In The Night Single

11:31pm

Steve Miller Band “Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma Ma”
composed by Steve Miller
from The Best of 1968-1973 (Capitol Records, Inc. 1990)

11:29pm

The Kinks “You really got me”
from BBC Sessions (1964-1977) (Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. 2001)

11:25pm

The Rolling Stones “If You Can't Rock Me”
composed by -unknown-
from The Complete Collection 1971-2013 (Polydor Ltd.)

11:22pm

ZZ Top “Neighbor, Neighbor”
composed by Billy Gibbons
from ZZ Top's First Album (Warner Brothers 1970)

11:14pm

Carlos Santana “Evil Ways”
composed by C. Santana/T. Coster
from Santana (Columbia Records 1971)

11:09pm

Iggy Pop “the passenger”
composed by Iggy Pop
from Lust for Life Single (Virgin 1977)

11:06pm

David Bowie “Rosalyn”
composed by Bowie
from Pin Ups (Ryko 1990)

11:04pm

Jimi Hendrix Experience “Purple Haze”
composed by Jimi Hendrix
from The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Experience Hendrix/MCA 2000)

11:01pm

The Doors “Break On Through (To the Other Side) (Live)”
composed by Morrison
from The Doors (Elektra/Asylum Records 1988)

10:54pm

Eric Clapton “little wing”
composed by Jimi Hendrix
from Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert (Polydor Chronicles 1995)

10:49pm

Creedence Clearwater Revival “Born to Move”
composed by J. C. Fogerty
from Pendulum (Universal Music Group International 1987)

10:44pm

Cream “I Feel Free”
from Fresh Cream (Polydor 1966)

10:40pm

Grateful Dead “Cosmic Charlie”
composed by A. Smith/W. Dixon
from Aoxomoxoa (Warner Brothers 1969)

10:36pm

The Band “Kings Harvest (Has Surely come)”
from Rock of Ages Single (Capitol Records, Inc. 1972)

10:31pm

Aerosmith “Adam's Apple”
composed by Aerosmith
from Toys in the Attic (Columbia Records 1975)

10:26pm

The Allman Brothers “Midnight Rider”
from Dreams

10:25pm

The Who “Pinball Wizard”
composed by Townshend
from Join Together (Geffen Records Inc. 1982)

10:18pm

James Gang “woman”
composed by Fox/Peters/Walsh
from Rides Again (MCA Records 1970)

10:11pm

J. Geils Band “(ain't nothin' but a)House Party”
from Best of J. Geils Band

10:06pm

Bruce Springsteen “for you”
composed by Springsteen
from Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. (Columbia 1973)

10:02pm

Tom Petty “here comes my girl”
composed by Petty
from Damn


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