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CURRENT PLAYLIST

In The Red (Rock)

Rock/freeform

Fri Jul 20th 2018 11.00pm–2.00am

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: eastern

11:51pm

Gary Farr & the T-Bones “Hamish's Express Relief”
from Rare T-Bone (Brook)

11:48pm

Manfred Mann “Watch Your Step”
from BBC Sessions (EMI) —recorded in 1965 on the BBC's "Saturday Club"

11:45pm

The Knack “Time Time Time”
from Time Time Time: The Complete UK Singles (and more) 1965-1967 (Rev-Ola) —November 1965 on Decca UK.

11:42pm

The Beach Boys “Custom Machine”
from Little Deuce Coupe / All Summer Long (Capitol 1990)

11:39pm

Ronny and the Daytonas “G.T.O.”
from GTO/The Best of Mala Recordings (Sundazed) —June 1964 on Mala

11:36pm

The Super Stocks “Wide Track”
from The Complete Recordings (One Way) —from the 1963 Capitol Records compilation "Shut Down"

11:33pm

The Wheel Men “School is A/Gas”
from The Go Sound of the Slots (Sundazed) —October 1964 on Warner Brothers

11:30pm

The Knights “Hot Rod High”
from Gary Usher Greats Vol. 1 Comp (AVI) —October 1964 on Capitol; also recorded by the Hondells and the Surfaris

11:27pm

David Bowie “Almost Grown”
from Bowie At The Beeb (Rykodisc) —Chuck Berry cover recorded at the BBC in concert June 3rd 1971

11:24pm

The Marketts “the Joker”
from The Batman Theme Played by The Marketts (Collectables) —from their 1966 "Batman Theme" album on Warner Brothers

11:18pm

The Leaves “Back On The Avenue”
from ...are Happening!: The Best of (Sundazed)

11:15pm

Showaddywaddy “Hey Rock 'n' Roll”
from Dynamite: the Best of Glam Rock Comp (Repertoire) —April 1974 on Bell UK

11:12pm

The Twilights “Sorry She's Mine”
from The Way They Played (Raven) —Small Faces cover

11:09pm

The Eyes “You're Too Much”
from The Complete Recordings (Essex) —May 1966 on Mercury UK; the flipside to their version of the Everly Brothers' "Man With Money"

11:06pm

The Easybeats “Do You Have a Soul?”
from The Definitive Anthology Album (Albert Productions 1996) —April 1967

11:03pm

The International Submarine Band “Sum Up Broke”
from Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Columbia) —1966 on Columbia

11:00pm

Jacques Denjean and His Orchestra “Le Train Fou”
from the Thriller Memorandum Comp (RPM) —from a 1964 EP on French Polydor


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