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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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He can correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure it will be 4 -9PM CST Sunday.
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, September 5th, 2010....

Happy Labor Day, everybody...

"Minimum Wage", They Might Be Giants
"Thank You, Lord, For Sending Me The "F" Train", Mike Doughty (Live at Bonnaroo, 2004)
"Barnaby, Hardly Working", Yo La Tengo
"Evil Will Prevail", the Flaming Lips
"Whistle While You Work" (Frank Churchill/Larry Morley), NRBQ
"Work Was New", the Golden Palominos
"Found A Job", the Talking Heads

"Hard Times In America", Willie Nile
"Finest Worksong", R E M
"Doing The Work", Wayne Kramer
"Working Men Are Pissed" (the Minutemen), the Ribeye Brothers
"Don't Talk To Me About Work", Lou Reed

"Hard Road", Alejandro Escovedo
"Sacramento & Polk", Alejandro Escovedo ("Bourbonitis Blues" version)
"Sometimes", Alejandro Escovedo
"Golden Bear", Alejandro Escovedo
"Notes On Air", Alejandro Escovedo
"Across The River", Alejandro Escovedo
"Losing Your Touch", Alejandro Escovedo
"People (We're Only Gonna Live So Long)", Alejandro Escovedo, live
"Gravity" / "Falling Down Again" / "Street Hassle" (Lou Reed), Alejandro Escovedo

Album of the Week #1: Bobby Bare Jr., "A Storm, A Tree, My Mother's Head"

"Paralyzed", the Gang of Four
"Working For The Man", PJ Harvey
"Making Plans For Nigel", XTC
"Career Opportunities", the Clash
"Workingman's Palace", Jon Langford
"I've Been Working", Van Morrison, live
"Shipbuilding", Elvis Costello

"Who Will Be The Next In Line?" (the Kinks), Mudhoney
"Love Is All Around" (Sonny Curtis), Husker Du
"Five O'Clock World" (the Vogues), the Squirrels

"Factory", Bruce Springsteen
"The Day John Henry Died", the Drive-By Truckers
"Mr. President (Have Pity On The Working Man)", Randy Newman
"Maggie's Farm", Bob Dylan
"Do-Re-Mi", Woody Guthrie
"Plenty Tough, Union Made", the Waco Brothers
"The Factory", Warren Zevon
"Don't Bug Me When I'm Working", Little Village

"Keep On Working", Pete Townshend
"Salt Of The Earth", the Rolling Stones
"Working Class Hero", John Lennon
"A Day In The Life", the Beatles

Album of the Week #2: Jon Langford & Skull Orchard, "Old Devils"

"Everybody's Talkin'" (Harry Nilsson), Faith No More
"I Feel Love" (Donna Summer), the Poster Children
"(Marie's The Name Of) His Latest Flame" (Elbow Parsley), the Residents
"With A Girl Like You" (the Troggs), the Condo F*cks
"Laugh At Me" (Sonny Bono), Ian Hunter

"Heigh Ho (The Dwarves' Marching Song)" (Frank Churchill/Larry Morley), Tom Waits
"16 Tons", Tennessee Ernie Ford
"Big Boss Man", Jimmy Reed
"Bad Days", the Flaming Lips
"He's A Whore", Cheap Trick
"Welcome To The Working Week", Elvis Costello & the Attractions, live
"I Can't Wait To Get Off Work", Tom Waits
This was a great run of tunes. Glad to see you didn't forget ol' Ernie.

"Heigh Ho (The Dwarves' Marching Song)" (Frank Churchill/Larry Morley), Tom Waits
"16 Tons", Tennessee Ernie Ford
"Big Boss Man", Jimmy Reed
"Bad Days", the Flaming Lips
"He's A Whore", Cheap Trick
"Welcome To The Working Week", Elvis Costello & the Attractions, live
"I Can't Wait To Get Off Work", Tom Waits
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, September 12th, 2010....

"Pinwheels", Eleventh Dream Day
"True Story", Tom Verlaine
"Circumstance Laughing", Translator
"Redwood", Calexico
"The Got No Shotgun Hydrahead Octopus Blues", David Baerwald
"Memphis" (demo), Pere Ubu
"I Want The Angel", Jim Carroll

"Hard Road", the True Believers
"Bad News" (J.D. Loudermilk), Alejandro Escovedo & Jon Langford w/ Dave Alvin
"Evening Gown" (Mick Jagger), Alejandro Escovedo
"Sex Beat" (Jeffrey Lee Pierce), Alejandro Escovedo
"I Wanna Be Your Dog" (the Stooges), Alejandro Escovedo
"Loose" (the Stooges), Buick MacKane

"Dirty-Ass Rock'n'Roll", John Cale
"Kissin' Time", Marianne Faithfull w/Blur
"Look Back In Anger" (New version, 1988), David Bowie
"River Of Orchids", XTC

"No Return" (the Kinks), Yo La Tengo
"Love Me Till The Sun Shines" (the Kinks), the Lyres
"Waterloo Sunset" (the Kinks), the Fastbacks
"Act Nice And Gentle" (the Kinks), Larry Barrett

"Mayonnaise Brain", Bobby Bare Jr. & the Young Criminal's Starvation League
"White Trash", Southern Culture On The Skids
"The 'Beat' Generation" (Rod McKuen), the Beat Farmers

Album of the Week: Bettye LaVette & the Drive-By Truckers, "The Scene Of The Crime"

"Cover Me" (Eddie Hinton), Greg Dulli
"Black Is Black" (Los Bravos), Raul Malo & Los Straitjackets
"Gimme Little Sign" (Brenton Wood), Don Dixon & Marti Jones
"Wish You Were Here" (Pink Floyd), Bettye LaVette

"Superstar" (the Carpenters), Sonic Youth
"I'm Goin' Down" (Bruce Springsteen), Frank Black & the Catholics
"Children Of The Revolution" (T. Rex), Airto Lindsay & Marc Ribot
"Alec Eiffel" (the Pixies), the Get-Up Kids
"Hey Jude" (the Beatles), the Punkles
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, September 26th, 2010....

"Beach Miner", Eleventh Dream Day
"God-Fearing People", th' Legendary Shack*Shakers
"Black Cat Bone", House of Freaks
"Fear", Lambchop
"Knockin' On Heaven's Door" (Bob Dylan), Warren Zevon
"Death Is Only A Dream" (Trad.), Gob Iron

"Pain", Iggy Pop, Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse
"Mountain Side" (the Flaming Lips), Chris Whitley & the Bastard Club
"The Fire", Television
"Rococo", the Arcade Fire
"You Know More Than I Know", John Cale
"The Motel", David Bowie

"I Saw The Light" (Hank Williams), Killdozer
"Lost Highway" (Hank Williams), Jason & the Scorchers
"You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)" (Hank Williams), Tom Petty
"You Win Again" (Hank Williams), Mike Ness
"Your Cheatin' Heart" (Hank Williams), Beck

"Jaguar And Thunderbird" (Chuck Berry), the Skeletons
"Daddy Rollin' Stone" (Otis Blackwell), Johnny Thunders
"On That Powerline" (Otis Blackwell), Joe Louis Walker
"Let's Talk (About Us)" (Jerry Lee Lewis), Dave Edmunds
"It's So Easy" (Buddy Holly), Chris Spedding)
"The Green Door" (Jim Lowe), Country Dick Montana

Album of the Week: Grinderman, "Grinderman 2"

"Daphnia", Yo La Tengo
"Stunned", T-Bone Burnett
"Goin' Back To Harlan" (Anna McGarrigle), Emmylou Harris
"I'm An Animal", Neko Case
"Sleep", the Dandy Warhols

"Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair" (Nina Simone), the Twilight Singers

"Last Kiss" (J. Frank & the Cavaliers), Dwight Twilley
"The Shape Of Things To Come" (Max Frost & the Troopers), the Ramones
"In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" (Iron Butterfly), Albert Kuvezin & Yat Kha
"Strobelight" (the B-52's), 3-D Picnic
"Rape Me" (Nirvana), Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine
"Blockheads" (Ian Dury), Keith Allen & the Blockheads
Wow. Musical Education by proxy, eh?

I guess it's kinda like reading the record reviews sections of various music magazines over a thirty year period, but with sound samples for dozens of different songs.

Well, then...You're Welcome. (Suddenly I feel like John Hodgman.)
Grinderman 2? Grinderman 2? I dislike Iowa even more now.
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, October 3rd, 2010...

Happy National Mental Illness Month, everybody!

"Rock N Roll Psychosis", the Jim Jones Revue
"Sputnik", Roky Erickson & the Aliens
"Sputnik 57" (Jon Langford), the Minus 5

"Bring Me The Head Of The Preacher Man", Siouxsie & the Banshees
"God Is A Real Estate Developer", Michelle Shocked

"Naked Cousin", PJ Harvey
"I'll Be Your Mirror", the Velvet Underground, live
"So What", John Cale
"New Blue Mercedes", Drywall
"Radar", Chris Whitley
"Beautiful Way", Beck
"Failsafe", the New Pornographers

"Get Your Fix", the Damwell Betters
"Queen Anne", Buick MacKane
"So He Won't Break", the Black Keys
"If I Were A Carpenter" (Tim Hardin) / "God Is Here Tonight", the Beat Farmers, live

October is also "Adopt A Shelter Dog" month...

"A Machine For Loving", Iggy Pop
"Puttin' On The Dog", Tom Waits
"Your Adorable Beast", Bobby Bare Jr. & the Young Criminal's Starvation League
"Even A Dog Can Shake Hands", Warren Zevon
"The "Underdog" theme" (Watts Biggers, Treadwell Covington, Joseph Harris & Chester Stover), the Butthole Surfers
"Marie Provost", Nick Lowe
"I Wanna Be Your Dog", the Stooges

Album of the Week: Robert Plant, "Band Of Joy"

"Good Samaritan", Ian Hunter
"Coming Down Again", the Rolling Stones

"Keep A'Knockin'" (Little Richard), the Flamin' Groovies
"Don't Be A Drop-Out" (James Brown), the Fleshtones
"Struttin'" (Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs), the Swingin' Neckbreakers

"Tom Dooley" (the Kingston Trio), Steve Earle
"Brilliant Disguise" (Bruce Springsteen), Elvis Costello
"Back Home Again" (John Denver), Low

"Suddenly There's A Valley" (Gogi Grant), Country Dick Montana & Katy Moffat
"Gypsies, Tramps And Thieves" (Cher), the Phantom Helmsmen
"Yesterday" (the Beatles), John Lennon
"Love Me Do" (the Beatles), the Punkles

"Walkin' The Dog" (Rufus Thomas), the Flamin' Groovies
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, October 17th, 2010...

"Vege-Tables", Brian Wilson

There's Still Time", Lambchop
"Worried Spirits", live, Howe Gelb
"Weightless" (Daniel Lanois Mix), Chris Whitley
"You Don't Miss Your Water" (Otis Redding), Jackshit
"Cue The Strings", Low
"Love, Reign O'er Me" (The Who), Bettye LaVette

"Bound To Forget", Jim White
"Blood On The Bluegrass", th' Legendary Shack*Shakers
"Satellite Radio", Steve Earle
"You Don't Have A Heart", Shelby Lynne
"Outfit", the Drive-By Truckers
"Wreckin' Ball" (Neil Young), Emmylou Harris

"They Never Got You", Spoon
"Modern Man", the Arcade Fire
""Heroes"" (David Bowie), TV On The Radio
"Fountain Stars", Deerhunter
"No Time Like Now", Translator

"Hang On, St. Christopher", Tom Waits
"Love Bomb", Grinderman
"Gimme Danger", the Stooges
"Police Car", live, Larry Wallis' Psychedelic Rowdies
"Jellyfish" (Baby Cheever's Theme), the Squirrels
"Let's Get Physical" (Olivia Neutron-Bomb), the Revolting Cocks

Album of the Week: Justin Townes Earle, "Harlem River Blues"

"Come Together" (the Beatles), the Israelites
"Gimme Some Truth" (John Lennon), Sam Phillips
"Once In A Lifetime" (the Talking Heads), Susan Hamlin
"The Harder They Come" (Jimmy Cliff), Joe Strummer & the Long Beach Dub All-Stars
"Something" (the Beatles), the Blues Busters

"Eleanor" (the Turtles), Me First & the Gimme Gimme's
"The Rubberband Man" (the Spinners), the Electric Six
"Message In A Bottle" (the Police), 3-D Picnic

"Jailhouse Rock" (Elvis Presley), the Jeff Beck group
"Turning Of The Tide" (Richard Thompson), Bob Mould w/ John Doe & DJ Bonebrake
"I Wanna Be Your Lover" (Bob Dylan), Nob Dylan & the Nobsoletes
"Born To Run" (Bruce Springsteen), Cowboy Mouth
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, October 24th, 2010...

For Fast Eddie...

"Family Reserve", Lyle Lovett

It's National United Nations Day...

"One Big Happy Family", Tonio K
"Broken English", Marianne Faithfull

Happy Birthday, PP...

"Pablo Picasso" / "Mary Lou", John Cale, live

"Helvakowboy Song", Giant Sand
"Still I Rise", Barry Adamson
"Begin To Return", the Golden Palominos w/ Bob Kidney
"Cubism Dream", Local Natives
"Way Down In The Hole", Tom Waits & the Kronos Quartet, live
"God's Away On Business", Tom Waits & the Kronos Quartet, live
"Lost In The Harbor", Tom Waits & the Kronos Quartet, live
"Diamond In Your Mind", Tom Waits & the Kronos Quartet, live

"Return To Sender" (Elvis Presley), the Residents
"Elemental", the Jim Jones Revue
"Teenage Letter" (Big Joe Turner), the Count Bishops
"Boneyard" (the "Dick Tracy" theme) (Kendall Rockford Smith), the Blasters

"Native New Yorker", Booker T w/ the Drive-By Truckers
"Sinister Kid", the Black Keys
"When My Baby Comes", Grinderman

Album of the Week: Deerhunter, "Halcyon Digest"

"Honey Moon", Pere Ubu
"Fix Some Food, Bitch", the Didjits
"I Could Stay Here Forever", Frank Black

Theme from "Shaft" (Isaac Hayes), Cheer Accident
"I Wanna Be Your Dog" (the Stooges), Chris Whitley & the Bastard Club
"EMI" (the Sex Pistols), the Hot Rats
Theme from "Shaft" (Isaac Hayes), Lloyd Charmers

"Heartbreaker" (Led Zeppelin), Alvin Youngblood Hart

"I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" (Dionne Warwick), Elvis Costello & the Attractions
"The Man In Me" (Bob Dylan), Skip Heller & Stan Ridgway
"Baby Mine" (Frank Churchill & Ned Washington), Bonnie Raitt & Was (Not Was)
"Imagine" (John Lennon), Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine

"Star Power", the Makers
"You Blew Me Off", Bobby Bare Jr.
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, October 31st, 2010....

Happy Halloween, kiddies....

"The Halloween Song", the Reverend Horton Heat
"Habanero Halloween", the Spelunkers
"Jack The Ripper" (Screaming Lord Sutch), the Horrors
"Killin' Spree", the Jim Jones Revue
"Mr. Hyde", the Coach Whips
"Hellbound", the Breeders
"D.O.A." (Bloodrock), the Fuzztones
"Witch Doctor" (Ross Bagdasarian), the Outta Controllers

"Vampire Girl", Jonathan Richman
"T'ain't No Sin" (Walter Donaldson), William S. Burroughs & Tom Waits
"Werewolf", the Holy Modal Rounders
"Haunted House" (Jumpin' Gene Simmons), John Fogerty
"Creature From The Black Lagoon", Dave Edmunds
"I Was A Teenage Werewolf", the Cramps
"I Hear Voices", Screamin' Jay hawkins

"Psycho" (Leon Payne), Elvis Costello & the Attractions
"Halloween On The Barbary Coast", the Flaming Lips
"If You Have Ghosts" (Roky Erickson), John Wesley Harding & the Attractions
"Stand For The Fire Demon", Roky Erickson & the Aliens
"Don't Play Cards With Satan", Daniel Johnston
"Demons", Yo La Tengo
"Paris 1919", John Cale

"...And The Gods Made Love" (Jimi Hendrix), Tony Williams, Ritchie Garcia & the London Metropolitan Orchestra
"Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (Jimi Hendrix), Doug Pinnick, Tony Williams, Stanley Clarke, Steve Lukather, Ritchie Garcia & the London Metropolitan Orchestra
"Crosstown Traffic" (Jimi Hendrix), the Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Voodoo Chile" (Jimi Hendrix), Adam Hole
"Little Miss Strange" (Jimi Hendrix), the Hellecasters
"Long Hot Summer Night" (Jimi Hendrix), Tom Irwin
"Come On (Part I)" (Earl King), James Blood Ulmer
"Gypsy Eyes" (Jimi Hendrix), the Turtle Island Quartet
"Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (Jimi Hendrix), Living Color
"Rainy Day, Dream Away" (Jimi Hendrix), Taj Mahal
"1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (Jimi Hendrix), Laurie Anderson
"Moon, Turn The Tides..gently, gently away" (Jimi Hendrix), Alexi Aigui & Deitmar Bonner
"Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (Jimi Hendrix), Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers
"House Burning Down" (Jimi Hendrix), Michelle Shocked
"All Along The Watchtower" (Bob Dylan), Eddie Vedder & the Million Dollar Bashers
"Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (Jimi Hendrix), Robert Lucas

"Me And The Devil" (Robert Johnson), Gil-Scott Heron
"The Jezebel Spirit", David Byrne & Brian Eno
"Workin' In The Cemetery", the Aquavelvets
"Wednesday Addams", the Spoonbenders
"Hobgoblin Spookadelic", NIL8

"No Costume, No Candy", the Swingin' Neckbreakers
"I Want Candy" (the Strangeloves), the Count Bishops
"Born To Run" (Bruce Springsteen), Cowboy Mouth
"One Tin Soldier" (Coven), Killdozer
"Let's Hang On" (the Four Seasons), Mrs. Miller
"The Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett), the Misfits
Theme from "The Munsters" (Jack Marshall), Blotto

"How Come I Can't See You In My Mirror?", Tonio K
"Ingeborg, Mistress Of The Dark", Maggie Estep
"Halloween", the Dead Kennedys




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