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The Snake on the Lake


Under The Covers (Music)

Revealing what’s “Under The Covers” of the music we play, we will showcase interesting facts about the unique songs and artists we play. Segments include This Week In Music, the Mystery Song of the Week, and the Cover Song of the Week. This week in music features particular artists and facts about them that corresponds with a given day of the week and then we play a song by that artist. The Mystery Song of the Week is when we play a song and ask the listeners to call in and tell us the artist and title of the song we played. We post their name on our Facebook page ( and announce their name over the air. The Cover Song of the Week is when we play an a given song by a original artist and then the cover version by another artist. We always love listener interaction (question, comment, concern, etc.) whether that be calling in, contacting us on Facebook, or otherwise. Listen for the great music, keep listening to really know what’s “Under The Covers.”

Wed Sep 26th 2018 6.00am–8.00am

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: central


Grand Funk Railroad “We're an American Band (Remastered)”
from Collectors Series (Universal Music Mexico)


The Miracles “Bad Girl (Single Version / Mono)”
from Ooo Baby Baby: The Anthlogy (UNI/MOTOWN)


Jerry Lee Lewis “Breathless” Single


Elvis Presley “A little less conversation”
from A Little Less Conversation Single


Gene Autry “Deep In the Heart of Texas”
from The Essential Gene Autry


Stevie Wonder “i wish”
from Songs in the Key of Life Album (Motown / Tamla 1976)


Bad Company “Seagull (2015 Remastered)”
from Bad Company (Remastered) (Rhino Atlantic)


The Drifters “Save the Last Dance for Me (1960)”
from History Records: American Edition 75 (Remastered) (History-Records)


Thunderclap Newman “Something In the Air (Single Version)”
from Hollywood Dream (Expanded Edition) (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue))


Robert Palmer “Sneakin Sally Through the Alley” Single


Michael Jackson “Bad” MP3 (Epic 1987)


The Beatles “here Comes the Sun”
from Abbey Road MP3 Single (EMI UK 1969)


Roy Orbison “Oh, Pretty Woman”
from In Dreams 7‑Inch Single (1963)


Eric Clapton “Nobody Knows You When You`re Down and Out”
from Unplugged (Reprise 1992)


Bessie Smith “Nobody knows you when you're down and out”
from Empty Bed Blues (1928)


Olivia Newton-John “Hopelessly Devoted To You”
from Grease


Marty Robbins “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation”
from Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (Columbia 1959)

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