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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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Merry, it was worth staying up til 2 am! I finally had to sign off while it was still going strong, but it was great, and so much fun to hear our DJ Snaggy's voice on the air!

Very easy to do, too, so go to the site now and put it into your 'Favorites' so you won't miss next Sunday. Or any day, for that matter; there are some others doing good work on that station, too! Check out the programs.

I didn't stay long enough to see if you played any Baby Gramps, Snagg - did you find something? He is such a piece of work! I used to hang around and listen to him while I did my shopping in the Pike Place Market - just thinking about him makes me smile, even now.

I didn't play any Baby Gramps, as A of the W wasn't long enough for me to get some dinner AND run home to get any stuff by him....And come to think of it, what little I have by him, none of it was about America or any of the specific states - Although, if anybody should do an original kick-ass song about the state of Washington, it SHOULD be him....

Okay. WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, July 4th, 2010...

"The Stars And Stripes Forever" (John Philip Sousa), Matmos
"America" (Katharine Bates/Samuel Ward), Lou Reed
"Another Day In America", Laurie Anderson
"Big American Problem", Drywall

"Voice Of America", Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul
"Back In The USA", Chuck Berry
"I Can Speak American", the Screaming Blue Messiahs
"Revolution In Apt. 29", Wayne Kramer
"The American Ruse", the MC5
"Wild America", Iggy Pop

"Most States", Emo Phillips
"The Songs Of The 50 States", John Linnell
"Minnesota Polka", the Gear daddies
"Vacationland", the Gazeteers
"Texarkana State Of Mind" (Jawharp Mix), Bob Delevante
"North To Alaska" (Johnny Horton), Dwight Yoakam
"Tennessee Plates", John Hiatt
"Indiana Wants Me" (R. Dean Taylor), the Frampton Brothers
"The Cigarette State", Robbie Fulks, live

"Hawaiian Boogie", Elmore James
"Arkansas Blues", Tuts Washington
"Oklahoma Blues", Watermelon Slim
"Illinois Blues", Alvin Youngblood Hart
"Mississippi", Bob Dylan

"Big Sky Country", Chris Whitley
"North Dakota", Lyle Lovett
"Nebraska", Bruce Springsteen
"The South Pennsylvania Waltz", 16 Horsepower, live
"Arizona", the Memphis Radio Kings
"Dark And Light In New Mexico", House of Freaks

"Headin' For The Texas Border" (the Flamin' Groovies), the Raconteurs, live
"The Georgia Slop", Los Lobos
"Iowa", the Spelunkers
"New Hampshire", Sonic Youth
"Rhode Island Freakout", Kinski
"New Jersey Scum Swamp", Naked City
"U-Mass", the Pixies
"Nevada!", Pere Ubu
"California Uber Alles", the Dead Kennedys

Album of the Week: Alejandro Escovedo, "Street Songs Of Love"

"Mona Lisa" (Nat King Cole), Me First & the Gimme Gimme's
"Jambalaya" (Hank Williams), Dash Rip Rock, live
"Farmer John" (the Premiers), Neil Young & Crazy Horse, live
"Revolution Blues" (Neil Young), the Waco Brothers, live
"Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town" (Mel Tillis), Jason & the Scorchers
"Jackson" (Gaby Rogers), the Pleasure Barons, liove
"What's New, Pussycat?" (Burt Bacharach/Hal David), Los Fabulosos Cadillacs & Fishbone

"My Old Kentucky Home", Randy Newman
"I'll Take New York", Tom Waits
"Moonlight On Vermont", Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band
"Escape From Ohio", the Electric Six
"Colorado", the National lampoon, live
"The Beehive State", Randy Newman

"The Pledge", the Holy Modal Rounders
"Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore", John Prine
"Born In The USA", Bruce Springsteen, live acoustic solo version
"Highway 61 Revisited", Bob Dylan
"This Land Is Your Land", Woody Guthrie

"Are You Glad To Be In America?", James Blood Ulmer
"Rally 'Round The Flag" (George F. Root), Eric Taylor
"America The Beautiful" (Katharine Bates/Samuel Ward), Neil Young & The 100 Voice Choir
"The Star-Spangled Banner" (Francis Scott Key), Jimi Hendrix, live
WQNA "Fear & Loathing in Springfield" set list, July 11th, 2010...

It's the Dog Days of Summer, folks...

"Summertime" (George Gershwin), the Twilight Singers
"Summer Cannibals", Patti Smith
"The Summer", Yo La Tengo
"Bummer In The Summer", Love
"It's Summertime", the Flaming Lips
"Constructive Summer", the Hold Steady
"Girls In Their Summer Clothes", Bruce Springsteen
"Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran), the Who

"Baba O'Riley" (the Who), the Waco brothers
"Vampire Blues" (Neil Young), Eric Ambel
"Ohio" (Neil Young), Paul Weller
"Cinnamon Girl" (Neil Young), Los Lobos
"Alone Again Or" (Love), Calexico
"Yer Ropes", Giant Sand
"My Drunk Friend", Freakwater
"Dancing Barefoot" (Patti Smith), Allison Moorer
"Vigilante Man" (Woody Guthrie), the Hindu Love Gods

"The First Part", Superchunk
"Secret History", the Minutes
"Too Late", Wire
"Goodnight Everything", the Liars
"Staring At The Sun", TV On The Radio
"Antenna", Sonic Youth
"Star Fire", Low
"Only An Expert", Laurie Anderson

"Fresh Garbage", Spirit
"Goodbye Sweet Dreams", Roky Erickson & Okkervil River
"Creature With The Atom Brain", Roky Erickson & the Aliens
"Two-Headed Dog", Roky Erickson & the Aliens
"Don't Slander Me", Roky Erickson
"Bermuda", Roky Erickson
"Stand For The Fire Demon", Roky Erickson & the Explosions
"Postures (Leave Your Body Behind)", the 13th Floor Elevators

"Album of the Week: Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, "Live At Twist & Shout 11.16.07"

"Hello I Love You" (Short Version) (the Doors), the Cure
"I Can't Stand It" (Lou Reed), Chris Whitley
"Coconut" (Harry Nilsson), Fred Schneider
"The Night Chicago Died" (Paper Lace), No Empathy
"Roadhouse Blues" (the Doors), Ministry
Laurie Anderson! Yay! Now you've got me on YT going through her again.
Good stuff tonight, Snaggy! Thanks for digging up Baby Gramps and all the great oldie covers.
Prior to tonight I'd only heard two songs by Baby Gramps. Who would have guessed a tune by Screamin' Jay?

Always something interesting.
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, July 18th, 2010....

Happy Birthday, Doktor Thompson...

"He Who Makes A Beast Of Himself..." (Samuel Johnson), Hunter S. Thompson
"Gonzo's Honest Run", David Schwartz
"White Rabbit", live, the Jefferson Airplane
"If I Had A Boat", Lyle Lovett
"The Hula Hula Boys", Warren Zevon
"You're A Whole Different Person When You're Scared", Warren Zevon
"Sympathy For The Devil", the Rolling Stones

For Chez....

"Sunny Afternoon" (the Kinks), Baby Gramps
"The Summer Sun", Chris Stamey & Yo La Tengo
"Summer's Cauldron" / "Grass" / "Summer's Cauldron (Reprise)", XTC
"Summer's Kiss", the Afghan Whigs

"I Love Paris" (Cole Porter), Screamin' Jay Hawkins
"Sea Of Love" (Phil Phillips & the Twilights), Tom Waits
"Fever" (Otis Blackwell), Tom Verlaine
"Evil" (Muddy Waters), the Wild Colonials
"Black Hole Sun" (Soundgarden), Lea DeLaria
"Spoonful" (Howlin' Wolf), Chris Whitley

"Loretta & The Insect World", Giant Sand
"Dust Devil", the Butthole Surfers
"Heartless", John Doe
"Tender Heart", Alejandro Escovedo
"No Heart", the Waco Brothers
"Cut Corners", the Sadies
"Slew Foot", James McMurtry & Joe Ely
"The Needle Has Landed", Neko Case
"Strange Fruit" (Abel Meeropol), Diane Izzo & John Rice

"The Pilgrim (Chapter 33)" (Kris Kristofferson), Paul Burch & the WPA Project
"Born To Be Wild" (Steppenwolf), the Knitters
"Get Out Of Denver" (Bob Seger), Dave Edmunds
"Gone Gone Gone" (Carl Perkins), Jason & the Scorchers

Album of the Week: Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse, David Lynch & Various Artists: "Dark Night Of The Soul"

"Warning Sign" (the Talking Heads), Local Natives
"Live & Let Die" (Paul McCartney & Wings), Byron Lee & the Dragonnaires
"I Should Have Known Better" (the Beatles), the Punkles

"A Hard Day's Night" (the Beatles), the Hoodoo Gurus
WQNA "Fear & Loathing in Springfield" set list, July 25th, 2010...

"Rock And Roll High School", the Ramones
"Toys In The Attic" (Aerosmith), R E M
"Delta Dawn" (Helen Reddy), Dash Rip Rock, live
"Black Betty" (Trad.), Ministry
"Heard It On The 'X'" (ZZ Top), Tenderloin
"Feel Like Makin' Love" (Bad Company), Goldfinger
"Police On My Back" (Eddy Grant), the Clash
"70's Rock Must Die!", Lard
"Blitzkreig Bop" (the Ramones), the Goodyear Pimps

"Compared To What", Chris Stamey & Yo La Tengo
"Gone Pie", Patti Smith
"Say A Prayer", Tom Verlaine
"The Beginning Of Memory", Laurie Anderson
"World News", Local Natives
"Overglazed", the Breeders
"Don't Have To Be So Sad", Yo La Tengo

"Ten Killer Fairies", Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons
"Sonic Wind", Calexico
"Little Torch", Chris Whitley
"Just About To Go", Alvin Youngblood Hart
"Notes On Air", Alejandro Escovedo
"Resist", Kevin Salem

"Lucky Devil", the Mekons
"Lie Detector", the Screaming Blue Messiahs
"Saturday Gigs" / "All The Young Dudes", Ian Hunter

Album of the Week: Robbie Fulks, "Happy"

"Walk, Don't Run" (the Ventures), Jeff Beck
"Handy Man" (Jimmy Johnson), Frank Black & Teenage Fanclub
"Pleasant Valley Sunday" (the Monkees / Neil Diamond), Magnapop
"Journey To The Center Of The Mind" (the Amboy Dukes), the Ramones

"Poke Salad Annie" (Tony Joe White), Jason & the Scorchers
"War" (Edwin Starr), Bone Thugs 'n' Harmony, with Flea, Tom Morello & Henry Rollins
...It's what I do.
One of these day, I'm going to take a Sunday night off from work and actually tune in. I've been meaning to but Sunday is usually a busy night at "pizza hell" and I'm the closer. By the way, KUDOS on the Roky Erickson selections...here's one of my faves.....

WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, August 1st, 2010....

"Falling In Love Again" (Frederick Hollander & Sammy Lerner), William S. Burroughs
"August", Tom Verlaine
"Down Boy", the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
"Leather Prowler", the Liars
"Feed", Mission of Burma
"The Sky Lit Up", PJ Harvey

"Velouria" (Chester Thompson), the Bad Plus
"Lucifer Sam" (Syd Barrett), Shockabilly
"Bike" (Syd Barrett), the Hot Rats
"Get Down Tonight" (KC & the Sunshine Band), Shriekback
"Kung Fu" (Curtis Mayfield), the Dirtbombs

"Don't Be Cruel" (Otis Blackwell), the Residents
"Hound Dog" (Jerry Lieber/Mike Stoller), Jeff Beck & Jed Lieber
"A Mess Of Blues" (Doc Pomus), John Hiatt
"True Love Travels On A Gravel Road" (Dallas Frazier & A.L. Owens), the Afghan Whigs

"Across The Wire", Calexico
"The Losing Kind", John Doe
"In My Head Or Something", Josh Homme & the Desert Sessions
"Evening Bell", Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band
"Down On The River Bed" (David Hidalgo/Louie Perez), Dave Alvin
"Little Wing" (Jimi Hendrix), Los Illegals
"All Systems Red", Calexico

Album of the Week: Los Lobos, "Tin Can Trust"

"Death Of A Clown", the Kinks
"Lay It Down Clown", the Replacements
"Send In The Clowns" (Stephen Sondheim), Stan Ridgway

"God Is A Number", Sleater/Kinney
"Gideon's Bible", John Cale
"What Do I Do", Sam Phillips

"Theme to "Route 66" (Nelson Riddle), ReverendOrganDrum
"If You Gotta Go, Go Now" (Bob Dylan), Eric Ambel
"Born Under A Bad Sign" (William Bell/Booker T. Jones), Buddy Guy & the Neville Brothers
"Fire Engine" (Roky Erickson), Richard Lloyd
"Medicine Man" (Domingo Samudio), the Fleshtones
"Ballroom Blitz" (Mike Chapmann), the Long Tall Texans
"A Boy Named Sue" (Shel Silverstein), Todd Snider

Question: I'm not sure what to do when I am attributing credit for covers. I used to list the band being covered (I.E., (the Rolling Stones) ). But, when you look at the credits on albums or lyric sites, it's accredited to whoever actually wrote the song (I.E., (William Bell/Booker T. Jones) ). When I played that batch of Elvis covers, you all knew those were Elvis covers, 'cause you all knew the songs, so I figured it was better to list the actual writers. But sometimes, the covers I play are so out there that even a well-known song becomes unrecognizable, or the song itself is already so obscure that listing the writer instead of the band winds up accomplishing nothing. This presents a (very mild) ethical question. What do you guys think I oughta do? The fate of Western Civilization hangs in the balance...
I don't want to be held responsible for the decline of the empire...
I like the band rather than the writer.

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