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WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, June 28th, 2009...

"Character" / "Wild America", Iggy Pop
"Revolution In Apt. 29", Wayne Kramer
"America" (Francis Scott Key), Lou Reed
"American Roulette", Robbie Robertson
"Are You Glad To Be In America?", James Blood Ulmer
"This Land Is Your Land", Woody Guthrie
"One Big Happy Family", Tonio K

"Folsom Prison Blues" (Johnny Cash), Steve Tombstone
"Hey, Good Lookin'" (Hank Williams), Dave Edmunds
"The Pilgrim (Chapter 33)" (Kris Kristofferson), Paul Burch & the WPA
"Spoonful" (Willie Dixon / Howlin' Wolf), Chris Whitley
"Folsom Prison Blues" (Johnny Cash), Firewater

"Watch Your Step" / "Jack Talked (Like A Man On Fire)",Stan Ridgway
"Time Flies", Scott H Biram
"Misery Loves Company", Mike Ness
"The Hungry Wolf", X
"The Fastest Horse In Town", Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons
"Woman" (Jack Kerouac), Jim Carroll, Lee Ranaldo, Lenny Kaye & Anton Sacco
"Good", Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
"Native New Yorker", Booker T. Jones w/ Neil Young & the Drive-By-Truckers
"Puttin' People On The Moon", the Drive-By Truckers
"Meet Me By The River", Matthew Ryan
"Riverside" live, the Beat Farmers

Album of the Week: Elvis Costello, "Secret, Profane And Sugarcane"

"White Rabbit" (the Jefferson Airplane), Patti Smith
"Changing Of The Guard" (Bob Dylan), Chris Whitley & Jeff Lang
"Slippin' And Slidin'" (Little Richard), Johnny Winter
"Farmer John" (the Premiers), live, Los Lobos
"What's New, Pussycat?" (Tom Jones), Los Fabulosos Cadillacs & Fishbone
"Hurdy-Gurdy Man" (Donovan), the Butthole Surfers
"Li'l Red Riding Hood" (Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs), John Felice
"Black Or White" (Michael Jackson), Robbie Fulks (Heh heh heh hehhh....)
"Que Sera Sera" (Doris Day), Dave Alvin & the Guilty Women

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Comment by Snagg on August 2, 2009 at 9:21pm
Starting to get my groove back...It's amazing how rusty you can get after just a few weeks off..

Sorry that the Dinosaur Jr e.p. didn't get played...Things got hectic at the last second. And I'll definitely play that Wilco b-side next week..
Comment by Ubu on August 2, 2009 at 7:40pm
Aw, man. Look what I missed. You play a Book of Knots and follow it up with Rocket from the Tombs? Twilight Singers and one from Nick's latest? Dang. Not to mention I probably missed some crazy covers.
Comment by Snagg on August 2, 2009 at 6:52pm
Sorry, Ladies...This Dinosaur Jr pulled ahead at the last second with the win. Democracy is the name of the game, after all...But, I will play an unreleased b-side off of the single of "You Never Know" when this is over, just fer you two...

WQNA "Fear & Loathing in Springfield" Set List, August 2nd, 2009...With guest pest, Guido

"Honey White", Morphine
"Radar", Chris Whitley
"Modern Romance", TV On The Radio
"RV", Faith No More
"Space Station On The 4,5 & 6", The Sound Of Urchin
"Kung Fu" (Curtis Mayfield), the Dirtbombs
"Get Down Tonight" (KC & the Sunshine Band), Shriekback

"Goin' Blind" (Kiss), Dinosuar Jr.
"Bonnie Brae", the Twilight Singers
"Satellite Of Love", live, Lou Reed
"Man From Omnicron", the Mutants
"We Call Upon The Author", Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
"One Big Holiday", My Morning Jacket

"Taxman" (the Beatles), Ann Dyer & the No Good-Time Fairies
"Eleanor Rigby" (the Beatles), the Handsome Family
"I'm Only Sleeping" (the Beatles), The Family
"Love You To" (the Beatles), Bongwater
"Here, There And Everywhere" (the Beatles), Belarus
"Yellow Submarine" (the Beatles), the Punkles
"She Said, She Said" (the Beatles), live, Matthew Sweet
"Good Day Sunshine" (the Beatles), Lampshade
"For No One" (the Beatles), the Kings
"Dr Robert" (the Beatles), Luke Temple
"I Want To Tell You" (the Beatles), the Smithereens
"Got To Get You Into My Life" (the Beatles), Green Pajamas
"TNK (Tomorrow Never Knows)" (the Beatles), live, Los Lobos

"Altar Boy", Tom Waits
"Even More Sympathy For The Devil", the Goodyear Pimps
"Bugs", Pearl Jam
"Third Generation Pink Slip", the Book of Knots
"Down In Flames", Rocket From The Tombs
"Girls On Film" (Duran Duran), the Wesley Willis Fiasco

Album of the Week: Dinosaur Jr., "Farm" (plus Limited Edition E.P.)
Comment by Snagg on August 2, 2009 at 3:02pm
Now, all of you watch your goddam manners - I've got a guest coming in tonight, a co-worker who's expressed an interest in trying out for a slot at the station, and we're going to test the cut of his jib, by cracky. He's a naive young fool, but his taste ain't at all shabby, and he's bringing in a cross sampling of what he'd like to expose all of you to - Including a dangling participle or two - and we're all going to be on our most gracious behavior, aren't we? You Bet.

By the way - Nominees for A of the W:

the new Dinosaur Jr, "Farm";

We'll give that new Wilco another chance;

the Pixies, "Live at the BBC";

My guest is bringing in the new Clutch album, and I suspect he'll learn a harsh lesson about stringent democracy in the process;

And the Mystery Album - Which I may just play anyway, along with whatever gets voted in.
Comment by Ubu on July 28, 2009 at 7:51am
I'm thinking that the Black Hole Sun cover may very well be the most subdued tune I've heard you play. I enjoyed it along with many others. The Los Lobos song stood out.

Show theme? Your call.
Comment by Snagg on July 27, 2009 at 6:02pm
Well, well...Looky Here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SXeA2QDz9A&feature=PlayList&p=66C45D25B695CF66&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=24

This is close to the Twilight Singer's version...

Okay. As I'm always trying to come up with new ideas for the show, here's one that just popped into my head: Should I let you guys in on what *may* be the next week's themes, or do you prefer to be surprised?
It's one thing to let you know in advance - Then folks like Ubu and Aggie can have some fun trying to anticipate what songs I might play. (Which would, of course, only make me try harder to come up with something really outta Left Field..) It's quite another for me to just go zooming off on a tangent and let you figure out just what the hell I'm driving at....
Comment by Snagg on July 26, 2009 at 7:56pm
WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, July 26th, 2009....Happy 234th birthday, US Postal System! Where the hell's my special package from Frederick's?! Never mind.

"Please Mr Postman" (the Marvelettes), the Punkles
"Mail", Morphine
"Letter Never Sent", R E M
"The Letter", PJ Harvey
"Box Full Of Letters", Wilco
"Don't Tempt Me", Todd Snider (w/ Loretta Lynn)
"Evil" (Muddy Waters), the Wild Colonials
"Smoke", Alejandro Escovedo
"Nice To Be Dead", Iggy Pop
"Radio Baghdad", Patti Smith

"Black Hole Sun" (Soundgarden), Lea Delaria
"Sea Of Love" (Phil Phillips & the Twilights), Tom Waits
"Fever" (Peggy Lee), Tom Verlaine
"Midnight Shift" (Buddy Holly), Los Lobos
"Vigilante Man" (Woody Guthrie), Bruce Springsteen (Fer Aggie K)
"Strange Fruit" (Billie Holliday), Cassandra Wilson & Chris Whitley (Fer Melly Mel)

"Wasp In The Lotus", the Dandy Warhols
"The Struggle Against Unreality Begins", Matmos
"Come In Alone", My Bloody Valentine
"Antenna", Sonic Youth (For The Basher)
"Into The Groove(y)" (Madonna), Ciccone Youth

"Crayon Sun", the Latin Playboys
"Monkey On The Doghouse", th' Legendary Shack*Shakers
"Blitzkreig Bop" (the Ramones), Bob Delevante
"Electricity", Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band

Album of the Week: Ian Hunter, "Man Overboard"

"Live And Let Die" (Paul McCartney & Wings), Byron Lee & the Dragonnaires
"Handy Man" (Jimmy James), Frank Black
"Journey To The Center Of The Mind" (the Amboy Dukes), the Ramones
"Pleasant Valley Sunday" (the Monkees), Magnapop
"Better Things" (the Kinks), Fountains of Wayne

"I Got You Babe" (Sonny & Cher), the Dictators
"Born To Be Wild" (Steppenwolf), live, the Blue Oyster Cult

"Stealing People's Mail", the Dead Kennedys
"Roadhouse Blues" (the Doors), Ministry
"War" (Edwin Starr), B.O.N.E. Thug's'n'Harmony w/ Henry Rollins, Tom Morello & Flea
"God's Children", the Gutter Twins

"Greenwich Grendel" (Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs), the Ranch Hounds
"Walk - Don't Run" (the Ventures), Jeff Beck
"Mona Lisa" (Nat King Cole), Me First & the Gimme-Gimme's
"I Heard It On The 'X'" (ZZ Top), Tenderloin
"Polk Salad Annie" (Tony Joe White), live, Jason & the Scorchers
Comment by Ubu on July 26, 2009 at 7:08pm
That opening set was a great run.
Comment by Snagg on July 26, 2009 at 4:20pm
Of course he does Aggie...
Comment by Ubu on July 26, 2009 at 2:40pm
Tough choice. I've heard Gutter Twins and you know I like that one. Ian Hunter maybe Wilco. I haven't heard those. Eeny meeny....Ian Hunter.

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