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The Sunday Morning Hangover (Music)

http://www.sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com

Winner! Eugene Weekly's 2005 Reader Awards for "Best Radio Show" and "Best Radio Personality" “The Sunday Morning Hangover” has been entertaining Eugene since 2003 by playing obscure and forgotten popular music from the early 1900’s up to present day sounds. In the space of Two hours on Sunday mornings on KWVA 88.1 FM, I play musical genres like Exotica, Lounge, International, Found Music, Stupid Songs, Bizarre Children’s Music, Jazz, Rock, Country, Folk, Classical, Nostalgia, and Comedy while trying to maintain a palatable mix entertaining enough to listen to even with a Hangover. Past shows have featured Rare and Unreleased tracks not commercially available and unheard on other radio shows. I have produced and obtained Biographic Specials about artists such as Martin Denny, Ray Charles , The Bonzo Dog Band, Brian Eno, Peggy Lee, Henry Mancini, William Shatner, The Kinks, The Beach Boys, and Pink Floyd. Special segments include musical explorations of Bossa Nova, Stolen Melodies, Whistling Recordings, Song Poems, Doo Wop, Vintage 78’s and Bird Records. The Hangover is not just about music. Talk and Discussion segments have included info on the Arts, Hangover Cures, Entertainment News, Obits, Tributes, Horoscopes, Political Comment, Weird News, and Pet Parades. Topical Specials include themed shows for Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Labor Day. All of this is accomplished free of charge on a strictly volunteer basis with benefits to me other than sharing my love for music and thoughts about life, with NO COMMERCIALS.

Sun May 1st 2011 10.00am–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

10:00am

Bee Gees “The First of May”
from Odessa Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Rhino 2009)

10:03am

Kevin Ayers “May I?”
from Shooting At the Moon CD Album (EMI UK 1972)

10:12am

Julie London “Paople Who Are Born In May”
from Calendar Girl Vinyl Album (Cristal records 2011)

10:15am

Captain Kangaroo “April Showers”
from Sings The Horse in the Red Striped Pajamas Vinyl Album (Golden Records)

10:18am

La Fille Mal Gardeo “Maypole Dance”
from Celtic Inspirations

10:21am

Belle and Sebastian “Mayfly”
from If You're Feeling Sinister Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Jeepster 1996)

10:24am

The Moir Sisters “Good Morning How Are You?”

10:27am

Sean Carey “In The Dirt”
from All We Grow Rotation

10:36am

Ulrich Schnauss “Wherever You Are”
from Far Away Trains Passing By CD (Domino USA 2001)

10:42am

Bon Iver “Lump Sum”
from For Emma, Forever Ago Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Jagjaguwar / Hostess 2007)

10:45am

Jacky “White Horses” CD Comp

11:00am

Joey Ramone “WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD”
from Don't Worry About Me Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Sanctuary Records 2002)

11:03am

Walter Lure & The Ramones “Street Fighting Man”
from Down to Kill (Jungle Records 2005)

11:06am

Martin Denny “March Of The Siamese Children”
from The Essential Masters (Burning Fire 2008)

11:09am

Captain Sensible “WOT!”
from Women and Captains First CD Album (A&M 1982)

11:12am

Moody Blues “Procession/The Story in your Eyes”
from Every Good Boy Deserves Favour

11:15am

Can “OH YEAH”
from Tago Mago CD (United Artists 1971)

11:18am

Valjean “Bird Mash”

11:21am

The Surfsiders “California Girls”
from The Surfsiders Sing

11:24am

Popeye “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”
from Popeye Sings

11:27am

Barbara and the Boys “hootie sapperticker” Single

11:30am

Albert West “9.999.999 Tears”
from More Greatest Hits (Columbia 1972)

11:33am

Andy MacKay “walking the whippet”
from In Search of Eddie Riff Vinyl Album (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue))

11:36am

Roxy Music “Re-Make/Re-Model”
from Roxy Music (Remastered) (Virgin 2003)

11:39am

Pink Floyd “Astronomy Domine (Stereo) [2007 Remaster]”
from The Piper At the Gates of Dawn (40th Anniversary Complete Edition) (EMI UK 2007)

11:42am

Ralph Lundsten “SHANGRI-LA”
from Shangri-La

11:45am

Kevin Ayers “Lunatics Lament”
from Shooting At the Moon CD Album (EMI UK 1972)


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