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The Sunday Morning Hangover (Music)

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 30th 2010 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


Can “Future Days” Vinyl Album (UA 1973) —Recorded on a 2 track tape recorder.


Man “Keep On Crinting”
from Be Good To Yourself at Least Once a Day CD Album (UA) —Featuring members of the Neutrons.


Arthur Lyman Group “Ebb Tide”
from Taboo Vinyl Album (Life)


Roy Orbison “In Dreams”
from Blue Velvet OST CD Album —Lip Synced by Dean Stockwell and Frank Booth


Art Linkletter “Where Did You Come From?” Vinyl Album (20th Century) —Children's record about Sex


Angelo Badalamenti “Frank Booth”
from Blue Velvet OST CD Album —played underneath Art Linkletter


Art Linkletter “We Love You, Call Collect”
from 45 (produced by Ralph Carmichael) Vinyl Single (Capitol) —recorded after Art's daughter took LSD and committed suicide.


Angelo Badalamenti “Frank Returns”
from Blue Velvet OST CD Album —played underneath Art


Art Linkletter “Where Did You Come From? (End of side 2)”
from Where Didi You Come From? Vinyl Album (20th Century)


Martin Denny “Miserlou”
from Exotic Percussion CD Album (Liberty)


Leon Redbone “Theme to Mr. Belvedere”
from Television's Greatest Hits #6 CD Comp


Al Burton, Alan Thicke, and Gloria Loring. “Theme to Different Strokes”
from Television's Greatest Hits #6 CD Comp —In memory of Gary Coleman.


Carpenters “Rainy Days and Mondays”
from Love Songs CD Album (A&M 1997)


Melanie “Brand New Key”
from Melanie The Collection CD Album


Firesign Theatre “Mark Time!”
from Forward Into the Past Vinyl Album


Ethel Azama “You Smell So Good”
from Cool Heat Vinyl Album (Liberty 1961) —with Marty Paich


Johnny Mathis “Wild Is The Wind”
from Johnny Mathis Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Columbia 1996) —covered by David Bowie


William Shatner “It Was a Very Good Year”
from The Transformed Man CD Album


Hatfield and the North “Underdub”
from The Rotters Club CD Album (Virgin 1973)


Honey Vizer/Ella Fitzgerald “Cheerful Little Earful”
from Live on the Hangover CD Comp (Marc Time —Honey Sings Along with Ella


Sarah from Wasilla “Hangover Promo”
from Hangover Promos LegalID Comp


Firesign Theater “High School Madness”
from Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers Vinyl Album


Simon And Garfunkel “America”
from Bookends Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Single (Columbia 1968)


Manfred Mann “Up the Junction”
from Up the Junction OST CD Album


Steppenwolf “Monster” Vinyl Album (Dunhill 1970) —Dedicated to BP


Ferrante and Teicher “Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Ole Oak Tree”
from Dial M for Music Vinyl Album (UA 1974)


Gunther “Teeny Weenie String Bikini”
from Pleasureman CD Album


The Free Design “I Found Love”
from Collection CD Comp


Flaming Lips “Buggin'”
from The Soft Bulletin CD Album (Restless 1998)


Ween “Zoloft”
from Quebec Digital‑(laptop,‑mp3‑player,‑et Album (Chocodog Records)


Percy Faith “Ballad Of John And Yoko”
from The Beatles Album Vinyl Album


Go-Gos “Vacation” CD Album (IRS)


Alicia Bridges “I Love the Night Life(disco version)”
from Alicia Bridges Vinyl Album


Duran Duran “Rio”
from Best CD Album


Space Ponch “^After the Fox”
from The World Shopping With CD Album —written by Burt Bacharach


Halie Loren (with Marc Time) “Louie Louie”
from Live on the Hangover LiveEventBroadcast Other (Marc Time —performed on KWVA on National Louie Louie Day


Val Jean “Bird Mash” CD Comp


Mohammed Rafi “Jaan Pehechaan Ho”
from Ghost World Soundtrack CD Album (United Artists 2001)


Idle Race “On With the Show”
from Birthday Party CD Album


Travis “Why Does It Always Rain On Me?”
from The Man Who CD Album

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