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Your Morning Brew (Music)

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Voted the best morning show in Tucson! Wake up to new indie sounds, old favorites and daily features including: The Global Express, The Vinyl Revival, and the Featured Album of the Week

Fri May 19th 2017 7.00am–10.00am

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: arizona

7:02am

Fleet Foxes “Fool's Errand”
from Crack-Up CD (Nonesuch 2017)

7:06am

Florence + The Machine “Cosmic Love”
from Lungs CD (Universal Island 2011)

7:10am

Future Islands “Time On Her Side”
from The Far Field CD (4AD 2017)

7:14am

The Beatles “It's All Too Much”
from Yellow Submarine CD (EMI 1969)

7:20am

Pho “Various”
from Two CD (PHO 2017) —BACKGROUND CD USED THROUGHOUT THE SHOW

7:23am

Tarek Yamani “Ayyala Cubana”
from Peninsular CD (Edict Records 2017) —BREAK 1 - THE GLOBAL EXPRESS

7:27am

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Third Stone from the Sun”
from Are You Experienced CD (MCA 1967)

7:34am

BNQT “Mind of a Man”
from Volume 1. CD (Dualtone 2017)

7:41am

Leftover Salmon “Rocky Road Blues”
from Ask the Fish - Live CD (Bert Records 1995) —BREAK 2

7:45am

Railroad Earth “One More Night On the Road”
from Last of the Outlaws Vinyl (Black Bear 2014)

7:50am

Willie Nelson “Still Not Dead”
from God's Problem Child CD (Legacy 2017)

7:53am

Sheryl Crow “All I Wanna Do”
from Tuesday Night Music Club CD (A&M 1993)

8:01am

The Temptations “Papa Was a Rollin' Stone”
from All Directions Vinyl (Gordy/Motown 1972) —BREAK 3 - VINYL REVIVAL

8:12am

Prince “Deliverance” CD (Rogue Music Alliance 2017)

8:16am

Irma Thomas “Can't You Hear It in My Tears”
from True Believer CD (Rounder Records 1992)

8:24am

Mac Demarco “Moonlight on the River”
from This Old Dog CD (Captured Tracks 2017) —BREAK 4 - THE FEATURED ALBUM OF THE WEEK

8:31am

Father John Misty “Things It Would Have Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution”
from Pure Comedy CD (Sub Pop Records 2017)

8:35am

Anders Osborne “Happiness Is A Warm Gun”
from The Blues White Album CD (Telarc 2002)

8:39am

Jeb Loy Nichols “Don't Drop Me”
from Country Hustle CD (City Country City 2017)

8:46am

Conor Oberst “Napalm”
from Salutations MP3 (Nonesuch 2017) —BREAK 5

8:51am

Bob Dylan “Highway 61 Revisited” Vinyl (Columbia 1965)

8:54am

Lightnin' Hopkins “Mojo hand”
from Lightnin' Hopkins CD (Doxy Records 1990)

9:02am

Jon Brion “Gotta Start Somewhere”
from Meaningless CD (Self Released 2000) —BREAK 6 - Random Axis With Dave LaRussa

9:07am

Peter Bjorn and John “Start to Melt”
from Writer's Block CD (Almost Gold 2006) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:09am

SHOES “Running Start”
from Black Vinyl Shoes Vinyl (Black Vinyl Records 1978) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:12am

Teenage Fanclub “Start Again”
from Songs From Northern Britain CD (Creation Records 1997) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:17am

Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra “I Can't Get Started” CD (RCA 1937) —BREAK 7 - Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:22am

Nick Mason “Can't Get My Motor to Start”
from Fictitious Sports Vinyl (Columbia 1981) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:25am

Eddie Jefferson “Start Walkin', Stop Talkin'”
from The Bebop Singers Vinyl (Prestige 1972) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:27am

The Stanley Brothers “It's Never Too Late to Start Over”
from The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers MP3 (Legacy/Columbia 1996) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:32am

The Jam “Start!”
from Sound Affects Vinyl (Polydor Ltd. 1980) —BREAK 8 - Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:34am

Johnny Marr “Word Starts Attack”
from The Messenger CD (Sire 2012) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:38am

Arcade Fire “Ready to Start”
from The Suburbs CD (Merge 2010) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:42am

Greg Kihn “When The Music Starts”
from Best of Kihn CD (Sanctuary 2003) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:46am

Mel and Tim “Starting All Over Again” CD (Stax 1972) —BREAK 9 - Random Axis with Dave LaRussa

9:49am

The J. Geils Band “Start All Over Again”
from Bloodshot Vinyl (Atlantic Records 1973) —Random Axis with Dave LaRussa


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