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Options July 12, 2012: Special tribute to The Rolling Sones

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The Rolling Stones  Under My Thumb   Options Gimme Shelter DVD (Altamont)  N/A  1969  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Street Fighting Man   Options London 45  London  1968  0:07:03 (Pop-up)
Merry Clayton  Gimme Shelter   Options Gimme Shelter  Ode  1970  0:09:47 (Pop-up)
Johnny Copeland  Tumbling Dice   Options Paint It Blue: Songs Of The Rolling Stones  House of Blues  1997  0:12:49 (Pop-up)
Steve Earle and the Supersuckers  Before They Make Me Run   Options How The Supersuckers Became The Greatest Rock and Roll Band In The World  Sub Pop  1999  0:17:26 (Pop-up)
The Pogues  Honky Tonk Women   Options Peace and Love  Island  1989  0:21:32 (Pop-up)
Ken Boothe  Satisfaction   Options Freedom Street  Beverley's  1970  0:24:03 (Pop-up)
Alex Chilton  The Singer Not The Song   Options Bach's Bottom  Line  1975  0:25:56 (Pop-up)
The Reigning Sound  I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys   Options Time Bomb High School  In The Red  2002  0:27:54 (Pop-up)
Sam Cooke  Good Times   Options RCA-Victor 45  RCA Victor  1964  0:33:10 (Pop-up)
Don Covay  Mercy Mercy   Options Rosemart 45  Rosemart  1964  0:33:48 (Pop-up)
Hank Snow  I'm Movin' On   Options RCA-Victor 45  RCA Victor  1950  0:38:35 (Pop-up)
Larry Williams  She Said Yeah   Options Specialty 45  Specialty  1959  0:40:05 (Pop-up)
Bo Diddley  I'm Alright   Options Bo Diddley's Beach Party  Checker  1964  0:41:05 (Pop-up)
Marvin Gaye  Hitch Hike   Options Tamla 45  Tamla  1962  0:44:47 (Pop-up)
Otis Redding  That's How Strong My Love Is   Options Volt 45  Volt  1965  0:47:15 (Pop-up)
Alvin Youngblood Hart  Sway   Options Paint It Blue: Songs Of The Rolling Stones  House of Blues  1997  0:51:51 (Pop-up)
The Flying Burrito Brothers  Wild Horses   Options Burrito Deluxe  A&M  1970  0:56:26 (Pop-up)
Marianne Faithfull  Sister Morphine   Options Marianne Faithfull's Greatest Hits  London  1969  1:01:22 (Pop-up)
Jerry Lee Lewis (with Mick Jagger)  Dead Flowers   Options Last Man Standing  Shangri-La Music  2006  1:07:14 (Pop-up)
Lee Fields  Moonlight Mile   Options Faithful Man  Truth & Soul  2012  1:10:55 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Rocks Off   Options Exile On Main Street  Rolling Stones Records  1972  1:16:35 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Rip This Joint   Options Exile On Main Street  Rolling Stones Records  1972  1:20:57 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Get A Line On You (Shine A Light)   Options The Black Box  Yellow Dog  1968  1:23:51 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Miss Amanda Jones   Options Between the Buttons  London  1967  1:27:50 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Memo From Turner   Options Metamorphosis  ABCKO  1968  1:30:33 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Stray Cat Blues   Options Beggars Banquet  London  1968  1:35:08 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Live With Me   Options Let It Bleed  London Records  1969  1:38:23 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Respectable   Options Some Girls  Rolling Stones Records  1978  1:42:15 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  We Had It All   Options Claudine  Eva  1978  1:45:19 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Let's Go Steady   Options Claudine  Eva  1978  1:47:52 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  All About You   Options Emotional Rescue  Rolling Stones Records  1980  1:51:32 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Coming Down Again   Options Goats Head Soup  Rolling Stones Records  1973  1:55:04 (Pop-up)
Eric Donaldson  Cherry Oh Baby   Options This Is Reggae Music  Trojan  1971  2:04:23 (Pop-up)
Dale Hawkins  Susie-Q   Options Checker 78  Checker  1958  2:07:53 (Pop-up)
Rev. Robert Wilkins  That No Way To Get Along   Options Memphis Blues 1928-1935  Brunswick  1929  2:10:51 (Pop-up)
Robert Johnson  Love In Vain (Alt)   Options The Complete Recordings  Vocalion  1937  2:11:57 (Pop-up)
Robert Johnson  Stop Breaking Down   Options The Complete Recordings  Vocalion  1937  2:14:18 (Pop-up)
Mississippi Fred McDowell  You Gotta Move   Options Train I Ride  Aim  ?  2:16:44 (Pop-up)
Slim Harpo  I'm A King Bee   Options Hip Shakin: The Excello Collection  Excello  1957  2:19:38 (Pop-up)
Slim Harpo  Shake Your Hips   Options Hip Shakin: The Excello Collection  Excello  1965  2:20:08 (Pop-up)
Albert King  I Get Evil   Options Bobbin 45  Bobbin  1962  2:25:00 (Pop-up)
Howlin' Wolf  The Red Rooster   Options Chess 45  Chess  1961  2:27:26 (Pop-up)
Muddy Waters  Look What You've Done   Options Chess 45  Chess  1960  2:30:07 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  Bye Bye Johnny   Options Chess 45  Chess  1960  2:35:58 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  Come On   Options Chess 45  Chess  1961  2:36:25 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  I'm Talkin' About You   Options Chess 45  Chess  1963  2:38:41 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  Around & Around   Options Chess 45  Chess  1957  2:39:57 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  Carol   Options Chess 45  Chess  1957  2:42:44 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  Let It Rock   Options Chess 45  Chess  1960  2:45:23 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Mannish Boy   Options Love You Live (El Mocmbo Side)  Rolling Stones Records  1977  2:50:02 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Crackin' Up   Options Love You Live (El Mocmbo Side)  Rolling Stones Records  1977  2:54:51 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Little Red Rooster   Options Love You Live (El Mocmbo Side)  Rolling Stones Records  1977  3:01:40 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Around & Around   Options Love You Live (El Mocmbo Side)  Rolling Stones Records  1977  3:05:31 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:11pm boogie:

sounds mighty fine so far!
  3:15pm Tom:

Merry Clayton had such a strong and powerful voice! Ever hear "Usher Boy"? She did this before "Gimme Shelter" and it's a joy to listen to!
Avatar 3:31pm Ted:

Hi Folks...
  3:40pm Tom:

The Rolling Stones were part of the big four: Beatles, Stones, Dylan, and the Velvets. The family tree!
Avatar 3:44pm Ted:

yes indeed
  3:54pm Mike East:

Everything on your playlist is making me wish I could listen...work computer won't let me listen to alternate streams...so lame. Will this be archived?
Avatar 3:58pm Ted:

Yes. The archive should be up an hour or so after the show.
  4:07pm Mike East:

  4:09pm Joe Non Papa:

That Marianne Faithfull version is maybe better than the original.
Avatar 4:10pm Ted:

It was close her heart, I'm sure.
  4:23pm boogie:

say, Ted, reckon sometime you could do ahow [or an hour] of 1-2 punches?
Avatar 4:27pm Ted:

  4:39pm boogie:

"Stray Cat Blues" is worth waitin' fer
  4:42pm boogie:

...& so is this one.
  4:43pm tony:

Just arriving and my day is already infinitely better. Opened with one of my fave versions of Under My Thumb I see.
  4:52pm Dr. Filth:

Accidents will happen! Thee greatest post '73 studio bootleg! Waylon Jennings + Arthur Conley coverage!
Avatar 4:53pm Ted:

I couldn't agree with you more.
  5:00pm Joe Non Papa:

The Stones are often faulted for the crime of having gotten old and complacent (we can't all die young and leave beautiful corpses), but for those of us who were teens in those early years of the British Invasion they were like a supernova. And I'll always thank them (and a few other Invasion bands) for making us aware of the treasure of American R&B and Blues that was often otherwise unplayed on local commercial airwaves.
  5:22pm duke:

this blues set is killin'
  5:25pm Fiveash:

Sting it then!
  5:34pm Mike East:

Just read that this is Tom Hanks' favorite station. That dude just moved up a few pegs in my book. is.gd/669R0n
  5:37pm boogie:

won't hurt my feelin's if ya continue past 6pm
  6:10pm boogie:

whew! my memory must be faulty . . . don't this album soundin' so doggone fine
  6:14pm Joe Non Papa:

Great show! Thanks!
  6:24pm Ted:

Thanks everyone, see you next week.
  9:13pm jazzportrait:

Another great show Ted, the Robert Johnson songs are always a fabulous listen. And now in retrospect the Stones covers were actually well executed. They added a little late 60's vibe but still showed respect for the originals. Happy 50 th boys!
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