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Running with Scissors (Music)

Growing up, everyone I knew liked music. Friends with older sisters introduced us to new rock and roll. Then punk rock came out and blew us away. The rules changed. You didn't need to be a musician to create music. When the rockers and punks grew up, so did the music they listened to. It wasn't about always turning the volume knob to 11. Maybe it was about playing The Who followed by Patti Smith, then some Hank Williams, and maybe even spinning the Beastie Boys and Aretha Franklin. What it really came down to is there were no musical boundaries and you could play everything you liked because the path's too narrow to only choose one direction. Don't forget your jacket and keep your elbows off the table

Wed Jun 20th 2018 8.30pm–10.00pm

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


Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “carry on”
from Deja Vu LP Album (Rhino Atlantic 2005)


Jeff Buckley “So Real”
from Grace LP Album (Columbia/Legacy 1994)


Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds “The Mercy Seat”
from Tender Prey LP Album (Mute Records 1996)


Johnny Cash “The Mercy Seat”
from American III: Solitary Man LP Album (American Recordings 2000)


David Bowie “Drive-In Saturday”
from Aladdin Sane LP Album (parlophone 1973)


Warren Zevon “I'll Sleep When I'm Dead”
from The Best of Warren Zevon LP (Warner Bros.)


Joe Higgs “You Didn't Know”
from Family LP (Shanachie)


The New Stan Getz Quartet “Samba de Uma Nota So (One Note Samba) [feat. Astrud Gilberto] (Live At Café Au Go-Go/1964)”
from Getz au Go-Go (feat. Astrud Gilberto) LP (Verve Records)


Marvin Gaye “Tear It On Down”
from In The Groove LP (tamla)


Etta James “Watch Dog”
from Tell Mama LP Album (Bear Family Records 1987)


The Killers “All These Things that I've Done”
from Hot Fuss LP Album (Island Records 2004)


Carole king “it's too late”
from Tapestry LP Album (A&M Records 1971)


Pink Floyd “wish you were here”
from Wish You Were Here LP Album (CBS Records 1975)


The Specials “A Message to You Rudy”
from Specials LP (Chrysalis 1979)


The Smiths “Vicar in a Tutu”
from The Queen Is Dead LP (Rhino)


The Style Council “My ever changing moods”
from My Ever Changing Moods LP (Geffen Records)


Bob Dylan “Girl from the North Country”
from Nashville Skyline LP Album (Columbia 1969)


Elvis Costello & The Attractions “From a Whisper to a Scream”
from trust LP (Columbia 1981)


The Beatles “a day in the life”
from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band LP Album (parlophone 1967)


The Ramones “Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio?”
from Ramones Mania CD Album (Sire 1988)

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