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Via internet stream you can listen to a variety of interesting music.

Google WQNA to find the stream. The show is called Fear and Loathing in Springfield and it airs 6 - 9PM CST on Sunday evenings.

It may uplift the downtrodden and down trod the uplifted. Some may faint, others may experience moments of rage and in some cases hilarity.

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Nice Try. next week fer sure!

WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, May 30th, 2010

Happy Memorial Day, campers...

"Remember" (Jimi Hendrix), Alvin Youngblood Hart
"Shine A Light" (the Rolling Stones), Tab Benoit
"Swagger Turns To Stagger", the Ribeye brothers
"Bring Back The Past", Roky Erickson & Okerville River
"Din", Chris Whitley
"Are You Experienced?" (Jimi Hendrix), Los lobos

"Memorial Day Night", Dead Confederate
"Joan Of Arc", Low
"Just Another Girl", the Damwell Betters
"Big Shoe Head", Buick MacKane
"Clean And Serene", the Lazerdudes
"Couch And Horses", the Fall
"(My Time) Has Come", the Twilight Singers

"Beware Of Darkness" (George Harrison), Marianne Faithfull
"Money", James Blood Ulmer
"Stop Breaking Down Blues", Robert Johnson
Album of the Week #1: the Rolling Stones, "Exile On Main Street", 2010 Edition Bonus Tracks
"I Got My Brand On You", Muddy Waters

Album of the Week #2: Elvis Costello & the Attractions: "Trust"

"Then Came The Last Days Of May", the Blue Oyster Cult
"The Memorial Day Miracle", Black Lipstick
"June", the Damwell Betters

"Don't Let Me Down" (the Animals), Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, live
"Tallahassee Lassie" (Freddy Cannon), Big Sandy & Los Straitjackets
"Good Lovin' Gone Bad" (Bad Company), Killdozer
"Every Breath You Take" (the Police), the Violent Femmes
"Honky Tonk Blues" (Hank Williams), Jason & the Scorchers, live

"On The Road To Las Vegas" (Hunter S. Thompson), Harry Dean Stanton, Jim Jarmusch & Maury Chaykin
"Viva Las Vegas" (Elvis Presley), the Dead Kennedys

"High School Confidential" (Jerry Lee Lewis), the Blasters, live
"Pink Cadillac" (Bruce Springsteen), Graham Parker
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, June 6th, 2010...

"Taste The Fire", the Lazer Dudes
"Rub Some Dirt On It", the Lazer Dudes

"White Leather", live, the Lazer Dudes
"Love Club", live, the Lazer Dudes
"Gay Bar", the Electric Six
"Rebel Rebel", David Bowie
"Hard Particles", live, the Lazer Dudes
"Clean And Serene", live, the lazer Dudes

"Ride The White Pony", the Lazer Dudes
"Bohemian Like You", the Dandy Warhols
"Headache", Frank Black
"Brainscan", the Hoodoo Gurus
"Pilot Can At The Queer Of God", the Flaming Lips

"Stripper Glitter", the Lazer Dudes
"Mississippi Queen" (Mountain), Ministry
"Paralyzed", Bob Mould
"Read And Burn", Wire
"Erica Kane", Urge Overkill

"Shakin' All Over" (Johnny Kidd & the Pirates), Iggy Pop
"Gimme Danger" (the Stooges), Monster Magnet
"Are Friends Electric?" (Gary Numan), Chris Whitley & the Bastard Club

Album of the Week: the Black Keys, "Brothers"

"Art Lover" (the Kinks), Lambchop
"My Baby Left Me" (Elvis Presley), Dave Edmunds
"Memphis" (Chuck Berry), John Cale

"Why Can't We Be Friends?" (War), Geggy Tah
"When Doves Cry" (Prince), Patti Smith
"Behind Closed Doors" (Charlie Rich), Stan Ridgway

"This Ain't The Summer Of Love" (the Blue Oyster Cult), L7
"1984", David Bowie
"Diamond Dogs" (David Bowie), Beck
"Suffragette City" (David Bowie), the Get-Up Kids

"Radar Love" (Golden Earring), Ministry
No Showee Tonite - We're off to see Mizz Lily Tomlin perform her one-woman, 20-character show. Next Week fer shure - It'll be Father's Day, and I got some stuff planned.
I just turned on your show, not knowing you weren't on. Whoever's covering for you is playing some good tunes, I'm enjoying it! '-)
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, June 20th, 2010.....

Happy Father's Day, folks...

"Summertime" (George Gershwin), Jacqui naylor

"Rockin' Daddy", Howlin' Wolf
"Daddy Rollin' Stone" (Otis Blackwell), the Blasters
"Bad Ass Dad", Charley Horse
"Big Daddy Like Whiskey", live, Dash Rip Rock
"Daddy Was A Clydesdale", Tenderloin

"House Of Blue Lights" (Chuck Miller), the Meat Puppets
"Hey Good Lookin'" (Hank Williams), Dave Edmunds
"Ramblin' Man" (Hank Williams), Albert Kuvezin & Yat Kha
"(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear" (Elbow Parsley), the Residents
"Lights Out" (Jerry Byrnes), Los Lobos

"Papa Was A Rascal", the Afghan Whigs
"Daddy Needs A Drink", the Drive-By Truckers
"Papa", the Damnwell Betters
"Daddy, Can I Turn This?" Elvis Costello

"Shakin' All Over" (Johnny Kidd & the Pirates), the Flamin' Groovies
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (the Rolling Stones), Guitar Wolf
"Little Honda" (the Beach Boys), live, Yo La Tengo
"A Shot In The Dark" (Henry Mancini), John Zorn
"Shake Some Action" (the Flamin' Groovies), Eric Ambel

Album of the Week: Various Artists, "Twistable, Turnable Man - A Musical Tribute to the Songs of Shel Silverstein"

"Mother Popcorn" (James Brown), Frank Black
"Easy" (the Commodores), Faith No More
"I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" (U2), Negativland
"Money" (Pink Floyd), the Squirrels
"Girls On Film" (Duran Duran), the Wesley Willis Fiasco

"Dad, I'm In Jail", Was (Not Was)
"Hyperballad" (Bjork), the Twilight Singers
"Father And Daughter", Paul Simon

"Papa Was A Steel-Headed Man", Robbie Fulks
"Your Dad Did", John Hiatt
"Slow Walkin' Daddy", Pere Ubu
"Sins Of The Father", Tom Waits
Just in from a long day. Wish I could have caught the show tonight.
Maybe next Father's Day, you can have yer brood ship you over here and you can sit in the un-air conditioned, mangy studio and chip in a few musical ideas.

Nah, that'll never work.
He who? Who He? What the Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuu.............?
I'm trying to follow this topic. Call me when someone understands what's going on.

If I don't make next years show, somebody like The Squirrels or someone comparable just has to have covered "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast." Put it on the list.
Sounds like she's talking about the instructions on the WQNA site. One more listener!

Now, next year, I think you should consider that a lot of Daddies of my age still have memories, and include Sammy Kaye's 'Daddy' or better yet, Eartha Kitt's 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy'. That might get some blood circulating. Or some giggles.


Absolutely nothing related to any holiday, bizarre occurence, date in history or flaky event - Just tunes and wiggy covers. Enjoy, won't you?




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