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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

With DJ El Toro

Subbing for Jim Blackwood

Thu Feb 7th 2019 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

The Clash “Clampdown”
from London Calling CD (Epic 1979)

7:06am

The Jam “Eton Rifles”
from Setting Sons Vinyl (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 1979)

7:11am

Joy Division “She's Lost Control”
from Unknown Pleasures CD (Factory 1979)

7:15am

Delta 5 “Mind your own Business”
from Singles and Sessions 1979-1981 (Kill Rock Stars 2006)

7:18am

Kleenex “Ain't You”
from Liliput (Kill Rock Stars)

7:25am

Pearl Harbour “2 Bullets”
from Joe Strummer 001 (Anti- 2018)

7:29am

The Clash “The Card Cheat”
from London Calling CD (Epic 1979)

7:32am

Joan Jett “You Don't Own Me”
from Bad Reputation CD (Blackheart Records 2006)

7:35am

Thea Gilmore “I'm Not Down”
from Songs from the Gutter CD (Compass Records 2003) —cover of "London Calling" classic

7:38am

Phil Ochs “I Ain't Marching Anymore” (Elektra)

7:41am

The Clash “Janie Jones”
from The Clash CD (CBS 1977)

7:50am

Carla Bruni “Jimmy Jazz”
from French Touch CD (Teorema 2017) —cover of "London Calling" classic

7:52am

Annie Lennox “Train in Vain”
from Medusa MP3 (Arista 1995) —cover of "London Calling" classic

7:56am

The Last Poets “On the Subway”
from The Last Poets (Charly Records)

7:58am

The Clash “The Magnificent Dance”
from Super Black Market Clash CD (Sony 1977)

8:05am

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings “This Land Is Your Land”
from Naturally CD (Dap Tone 2005) —Joe Strummer's youthful nickname was "Woody," as in Woody Guthrie

8:11am

The Rulers “Wrong'em Boyo”
from The Trojan: Ska Collection CD (Sanctuary 1967) —covered by the Clash on "London Calling"

8:14am

The Clash “White Man in Hammersmith Palais”
from The Story Of The Clash, Vol. 1 CD (Epic 1978)

8:18am

The Slits “Love und Romance”
from CUT (Island 1979)

8:20am

The Germs “Lexicon Devil”
from (MIA): The Complete Anthology (Rhino/London-Sire 1993)

8:26am

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs “Revolution Rock”
from Vasos Vacios (Sony Music Latin 1993)

8:31am

The Clash “Lover's Rock”
from London Calling CD (Epic 1979)

8:35am

Nina Hagen Band “African Reggae”
from Nina Hagen Band Vinyl (Columbia 1978)

8:39am

The Clash “Police and Thieves”
from The Story of the Clash Vol. 2 CD (CBS 1977) —Originally by Junior Murvin

8:49am

Tom Robinson Band “Better Decide Which Side You're On”
from Power In the Darkness Vinyl (Harvest 1978)

8:51am

The Clash “The Right Profile”
from London Calling CD (Epic 1979) —Homage to "Suddenly Last Summer" star Montgomery Clift

8:55am

The Raincoats “Fairytale In the Supermarket”
from The Raincoats (DGC 1979)

8:58am

David Bowie “Look Back in Anger”
from Lodger Vinyl (RCA 1979)

9:04am

Gil Scott-Heron “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”
from The Revolution Begins: The Flying Dutchman Masters CD (Ace Records (UK) 2012)

9:07am

The Clash “Four Horsemen”
from London Calling CD (Epic 1979)

9:11am

Mumps “Muscleboys”
from How I Saved the World (Sympathy for the Record Industry) —Featuring Lance Loud, star of the original reality TV show, "American Family" on PBS

9:15am

The Buzzcocks “Ever Fallen In Love With Someone (You Shouldn't Have Fallen In Love With)”
from Love Bites (Special Edition) CD (Parlophone Records)

9:18am

Siouxsie & The Banshees “20th Century Boy”
from Downside Up (Box Set) (Polydor) —flipside to 1979 single "The Staircase," originally by T. Rex

9:23am

Elvis Costello & The Attractions “Big Tears”
from This Year's Model CD (Elvis Costello Catalog 1978) —feat. Mick Jones on guitar

9:26am

The Clash “Gates of the West”
from The Cost of Living EP (Epic 1979)

9:33am

Joe Jackson “Pretty Boys”
from Beat Crazy Vinyl (A&M)

9:41am

The Clash “Tommy Gun”
from Give 'Em Enough Rope (Epic 1978)

9:44am

Generation X “King Rocker”
from Perfect Hits (Chrysalis)

9:50am

Wanda Jackson “Fujiyama Mama”
from Rockin' With Wanda CD (Capitol 1960)

9:52am

The Crickets “I fought the law”
from Back in Style (Red Sky Records)

9:54am

The Clash “Groovy Times”
from Super Black Market Clash CD (Sony 1977)


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