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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 22nd 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

Led Zeppelin “YOUR TIME IS GONNA COME”
from Led Zeppelin I CD Album (Atlantic Records 1969)

10:03am

Bon Iver “Calgary”
from Bon Iver CD Album (Jagjaguwar 2011)

10:06am

Stranglers “Waltzinblack”
from The Gospel According to the Menninblack CD

10:09am

Nelson “Ahh Haaa”
from Simpsons

10:12am

Captain Sensible “Our Souls to You”
from Early EP's CD

10:15am

XTC “DEAR GOD”
from Skylarking Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Geffen Records 1986)

10:18am

Procol Harum “Repent Walpurgis”
from Whiter Shade of Pale CD

10:21am

Family Radio “Answering Machine Message”
from Live LiveEventBroadcast Other (Marc Time www.sundaymorninghangover.com)

10:24am

Anton Levy “Gloomy Sunday”
from Greatest Love Songs CD

10:27am

Anthony Thurlow “Shopping Spree”
from Shopping Spree! CD

10:30am

Jim O'Rourke “Women Of The World”
from Women of the World Single

10:33am

Phil Austin “Lord Jim Crappington”
from Roller Maidens from Outer Space Vinyl (Epic/Legacy 1974)

10:36am

Phil Austin “C'Mon Jesus (Show Yerself)”
from Roller Maidens from Outer Space Vinyl (Epic/Legacy 1974)

10:39am

Cotton Jones “Some Strange Rain”
from Paranoid Cocoon CD Album (Suicide Squeeze Records 2009)

10:42am

Crosby, Stills & Nash “Wooden Ships”
from Crosby Stills & Nash Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Atlantic 1969)

11:00am

The Psychedelic Furs “Heaven”
from GREATEST HITS CD Album (coumbia legacy 2001)

11:03am

Prince “1999” Vinyl Single (Warner Bros. 1982)

11:05am

Blondie “Rapture”
from 45 Vinyl Single (Private Stock 1976)

11:08am

Werner Tautz “Starlet Express”
from Shopping Spree! CD

11:11am

The Rutles “LOVE LIFE”
from The Rutles CD Album (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1978)

11:14am

John Lennon “GIMME SOME TRUTH”
from Imagine (Remastered) CD (Capitol 2007)

11:20am

The Damned “LIAR”
from Machine Gun Etiquette CD (Ace Records 1979)

11:23am

Martha and the Vandellas “Nowhere to Run (instrumental)”
from Anthology CD Album (Motown 1974)

11:26am

Longshoremen “What Does It All Mean?!”
from Clubfoot

11:29am

Peggy Lee “Is That All There Is ?” Vinyl (Capitol)

11:32am

Moody Blues “Breathe Deep the Gathering Gloom...”
from Days of Future Passed Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et

11:35am

Johnny Howard “Rinky Dink”
from Instrumental World Hits, Vol. 3

11:38am

Jamz Bee and Royal Jelly “The Safety Dance”
from Jamz Bee and Royal Jelly CD

11:41am

Pere Ubu “The Modern Dance”
from Modern Dance Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et (Cooking Vinyl 1977)

11:44am

Danny Goode “LET’S DANCE”
from Tweens Pop Party Music

11:47am

Jim Backus “The Office Party”
from Classic Comedy Hits (Burning Fire 2009)

11:50am

Roxy Music “Bitters End”
from Roxy Music Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Virgin UK 1972)

11:53am

Shango “DAY AFTER DAY”
from Shango

11:56am

Barbara and the Boys “hootie sapperticker” Single

11:59am

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


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