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VE 295 4/1/16

Aretha Franklin: Chain Of Fools Beatles: Fool On The Hill Billie Holiday: I'm A Fool To Want YouDef Leppard: Foolin' Doors: Ship Of Fools Elvin Bishop: Fooled Around And Fell In Love Elvs Presley: (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I Foghat: Fool For The City Kid Creole & The Coconuts: Loving You Is Making A Fool Of Me Labelle: Won't Get Fooled Again Led Zeppelin: Fool In The Rain Los Lobos: River Of Fools Rolling Stones: Fool To Cry Bil Evans Trio: My Foolish Heart

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VE 106: Rock and Roll Waltz

 

The Band: The Last Waltz Theme

Rogue Wave: Lake Michigan

Built To Spill: Velvet Waltz

Beatles: You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

Pearl Jam: Elderly Woman Behind The Counter in A Small Town

Bob Dylan; Fourth Time Around

Rolling Stones: Back Street Girl

Rascals: How Can I Be Sure

Toad The Wet Sprocket: Walk On the Ocean

Red Hot Chili Peppers; Breaking The Girl

Jimi Hendrix: Manic Depression

Jeff Buckley: Grace

Nirvana: Where Did You Sleep Last Night

 

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VE 167 "Supreme Courting"

 

 

Laura Nyro: Wedding Bell Blues

Nellie McKay: I  Wanna Get Married

J Geils Band: I Do

 

Blondie: Heroes

Coldplay: Us Against The World

Alice Cooper: You And Me

 

Bob Dylan: Sara

Neil Young: Comes A Time

Bob Marley: Is This Love

Jayhawks: Two Hearts

 

Stevie Wonder: I Was Made To Love Her

Jimmie Rogers: Kisses Sweeter Than Wine

Buddy Holly: Well All Right

 

    Rolling Stones: Sitting On A Fence

Nirvana: All Apologies

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VE 348 3 9 18

Count Basie Orchestra: Ducky Bumps Lambert Hendricks And Ross: Everybody's Boppin' Tony Bennett: Crazy Rhythm Harry Nilsson: Everybody's Talkin' The Band: The Weright Fleetwood Mac: The Chain Buddy Holly: Taht'll Be The Day Bing Crosby: Please Carl Perkins: Everybody's Trying To be My Baby Sam Cooke: Mean Old World Otis Redding: Day Tripper Marvin Gaye: What's Going On Dusty Springfield: Son Of A Preacher Man Radiohead: Jigsaw Falling INto Place Love: Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark and Hilldale The Doors: Love Street Django Reinhart and Stephan Grappelli: Honeysuckle Rose

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VE114

 

Bobby Darin/Johnny Mercer: Baltimore Oriole

Bobby Day: Rockin Robin

Buffalo Spring field: Bluebird

Paul McCartney: Bluebird

Beatles: Blackbird

Beatles: And Your Bird Can Sing

Oasis: Songbird

Anne Murray: Snowbird

It's A Beautiful Day: Whitebird

Charlie & Inez Foxx: Mockingbird

Grant Lee Buffalo: Mockingbirds

Hoagy Carmichael: Baltimore Oriole

Police: Canary In A Coal Mine

Incubus: While All The Vultures Feed

Joe Cocker: Bird On the Wire

Charlie Parker Quintet: Ornithology

Dionne Warwick: Message To Michael

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VE107
Decemberists: January Hymn
Elliot Smith: Angel In The Snow
Cage The Elephant: Shake Me Down
Police: Invisible Sun
Doors: Been Down So Long
Little Feat: All That You Dream
Beatles: I'm Down
Bruce Springsteen: I'm Going Down
Petula Clarke: Downtown
The Crystals: Uptown
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Blue Turning Grey
Rolling Stones: Blue Turns To Grey
T Bone Walker: Stormy Monday Blues
Mumford & Sons: Winter Winds
The Band: Sleeping
Charles Atlas: The Snow Before Us
Fleetwood Mac: Bare Trees, Thoughts On A Grey Day
Today on The VE....Hallelujia! it's officially the saddest time of the year. Middle of the Winter....no holidays in
sight....it sucks. But ...teh trusted cure all for seasonal affective disorder- music...an hours worth, all spun from
warm fuzzy vinyl records. I'm PC and this is the VE.
Decemberists: January Hymn
Elliot Smith: Angel In The Snow
Aaah, nothing like some sad-bastard Elliot Smith to perk things up on a blah winter day....and The Decembersits!
Hey, bring on the Nick Drake!....well, let's not get carried away...it's the VE SAD editin...just keep looking for the
sun....with Cage The Elephant....
Cage The Elephant: Shake Me Down
Police: Invisible Sun
The VE...sunlight- at a premium in darkest mid-winter....music is the cure-all to ride the ups ...and downs....
Doors: Been Down So Long
Little Feat: All That You Dream
Beatles: I'm Down
Bruce Springsteen: I'm Going Down
The VE with the Ups..and Downs...of the winter blues. Bruce, right there, getting us psyched for the early spring
release of the new "Wrecking Ball" album....and The Beatles....always a cheer-up, even if it's "I'm Down." Little
Feat, "All That You Dream," and Doors, from the big anniversary re-issue of "LA Woman."
Ups...and downs....the city provides escape, in two early 60's pop masterpieces....
Petula Clarke: Downtown
The Crystals: Uptown
The VE..the Crystals and Petula Clark Its the S.A D. edition...a few now in the hue of blue..and grey. Blue Turning
Grey...the instrumental by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.....
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Blue Turning Grey
Rolling Stones: Blue Turns To Grey
T Bone Walker: Stormy Monday Blues
The VE with some warm vinyl to cut the winter chill. T Bone Walker, "Stormy Monday Blues," a 1947 78 record that
inspired BB King to buy a guitar. Nuff said. Early Stones for "Blue Turns To Grey" from December's Children....nd
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, "Blue Turning Grey." edituion continues with on eto raise a pint of English ale to...by
Mumford & Sons....
Mumford & Sons: Winter Winds
The Band: Sleeping

The VE, winter blues, with the Band, Capitol's From The Vauylts reissue of Stage Fright, and Richard Manuel's
"Sleeping." Mumford & Sons with "Winter Winds."....and guitar whiz Charles Atlas with the moody instrumental
"The Snow Before Us."

Charles Atlas: The Snow Before Us
Fleetwood Mac; Bare Trees
And That's The VE. Fleetowwd Mac, from one of the great winter albums, Bare Trees, and Charles Atlas, "The
Snow Before Us." Some snowy day soon, download more VE shows under Archives at PRN.FM. Please like and
share the VE on facebook, and follow me on twitter....when I'm not napping....I'm PC.....

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VE 137 Horses
Michael Martin Murphey: Wildfire
Flying Burrito Brothers: Wild Horses
The Thrills: One Horse Town
George Harrison: Dark Horse
Cowboy Junkies: A Horse In the Country
America: Horse With No Name
Jennifer Warnes/Rob Wasserman: Ballad Of The Runaway Horse
Aerosmith: Back In the Saddle
Guys And Dolls Original Cast: Fugue For Tinhorns
Echo & The Bunnymen: Bring On the Dancing Horses
Iggy Pop: The Horse Song
Tommy James & The Shondells: Mony Mony
Byrds: Chestnut Mare
Spike Jones: Wiliam Tell Overture
Today on the VE:
I got the horse right here...a whole mess of equestrian melodies...saddle up, and let's ride through the
grooves....I'm PC, and this is the VE....
Michael Martin Murphey: Wildfire
Flying Burrito Brothers: Wild Horses
Figured I'd get those sad horse songs out of the way right up front. The Flying Burrito brothers made good use of a
gift from The Rolling Stones- the first released version of "Wild Horses," from 1970...and Michael Martin Murphey's
1975 chart-topper, "Wildfire," based on a real life ghost horse story. But ghosts aren't real....but anyway...
The Thrills are the real spirit of the Byrds, Burritos and more, in a modern package, from 2004, here's "One Horse
Town," on the VE....
The Thrills: One Horse Town
George Harrison: Dark Horse
The VE...the horses are on the track, and on the outside...a Dark Horse running....George Harrison's raspy 1974
hit. You'd figure that the Cowboy Junkies woul dhave to have a horse song...and they do..."A Horse In the
Country."
Cowboy Junkies: A Horse In the Country
America: Horse With No Name
Another one of those enigmatic horse songs...the mystery of "A Horse With No Name" didn't stop that America
song from topping the Billboard pop charts in 1972. Leonard Cohen saddles up an allegorical horse in his "Ballad
Of The Runaway Horse," and this breathless rendition by Jennifer Warnes from Rob Wasserman's "Duets" is an
understated Hi Fi classic....
Jennifer Warnes/Rob Wasserman: Ballad Of The Runaway Horse
Aerosmith: Back In the Saddle
I got the horse right here....the VE saddles up with Aerosmith...and one of Broadway's greatest characters, Harry
The Horse, from Guys And Dolls....
Guys And Dolls Original Cast: Fugue For Tinhorns
Echo & The Bunnymen: Bring On the Dancing Horses
The VE..a carousel of horse songs, with Echo and The Bunnymen....and now, let's play the Triple....the horses are
on the track....and from Iggy Pop's 1982 album Zombie Birdhouse....And..they're off...
Iggy Pop: The Horse Song
Tommy James & The Shondells: Mony Mony
Byrds: Chestnut Mare

The VE, playing the triple, with a real winner- one of the most evocative horse songs ever, Roger McGuinn's
"Chestnut Mare," with The Byrds in 1970. Placing second, Tommy James & The Shondells, like a pony, "Mony
Mony," and to show, Iggy Pop with "The Horse Song." But this horse race ain't over yet. Perhaps themost excitin
grun for the roses ever recorded comes from the VE 78 collection....
Spike Jones: Wiliam Tell Overture
And that's the VE. Spike Jopnes and His City Slickers, featuring the wildest horse race on record, flawlessly called
by Doodles Weaver.
Check out acrhived VE shows at PRN.FM and on demand at RTDS.CA. Please share the VE on facebook, and
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VE 192  Flanging

 

Miss Toni Fisher: The Big Hurt

Beatles: Blue Jay Way

Jimi Hendrix: Burning Of the Midnight Lamp

Small Faces: Itchycoo Park

Status Quo: Pictures of Matchstick Men

The Animals: Sky Pilot

Blood Sweat & Tears: Variations On A Theme of Erik Satie/Gymnopedies

Bloomfield/Kooper/Stills (Super Session) You Don't Love Me

Byrds: Wasn't Born To Follow

Electric Light Orchestra: Turn To Stone

Pink Floyd: Run Like Hell

Peter Gabriel: I Have The Touch

Tears For Fears: Head Over Heels

Lenny Kravitz: Are You Gonna Go My Way

No Doubt: It's My Life

 

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VE 159 Home
Talking Heads: This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
Ann Peebles: I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
The Animals: The House Of The Rising Sun
Jimi Hendrix Experience: Red House
Four Tops: 7 Rooms Of Gloom
June Christy: Lonely House
Dionne Warwick: A House Is Not A Home
Beach Boys: In My Room
Simon & Garfunkel: Homeward Bound
CSNY: Our House
Madness: Our House
Loggins & Messina: House At Pooh Corner
John Mellencamp: Pink Houses
Love: A House Is Not A Motel
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros: Home
Ten Years After: I'm Going Home

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VE 101 PRN Cities
Today on the VE:
There are so many songs about cities..but a very special subset of those specifically list cities...a whole bunch of
em...in each song..I'll play a cool assortment, from swing to punk, all from the original LPs. I'm PC and this is the
VE
Talking Heads: Cities
Talking Heads from 1979's Fear Of Music...a record recorded in Long Island City, long before the hipsters arrived.
David Byrne's quest for the right city to live in is just one entry among many songs that compare the virtues of
various towns. But if you're born a New Yorker, it all comes back to the big apple. Here's jazz singer Chris Connor,
along with Maynard Ferguson's band....
From the decade when New York really ruled...the 1950's....Sammy Davis and Ray Charles also recorded "New
York's My Home, written by composer and arranger Gordon Jenkins. The VE is traveling from city to city in
song...and Hank Snow's been...everywhere...
Hank Snow: I've Been Everywhere
Rolling Stones: Route 66
The VE, with the Bobby Troup song that the Nat King Cole trio made famous..the Rolling Stones rocked it up on
their first album in 1964, and Depeche Mode revived it 25 years later. 'Route 66." Before that, Stones fave Hank
Snow with "I've Been Everywhere."
The VE, spinning songs that list cities. Chuck Berry did that on a couple of very influential songs, "Back In The
USA, and this one, "Sweet Little SIxteen."
Chuck Berry: Sweet Little Sixteen
Martha & The Vandellas: Dancing In The Streets
Don't forget the motor city....the VE with city songs....and so Martha & The Vandellas "Dancin In The Streets" gets a
reference in this city-lister from 1983 by Los ANgeles' own ....X
X: The New World
Steve Miller Band: Rock N Me
The VE...a couple of city songs that reference others...Stve Miller's "Rock N Me" nods to The Beach Boy's
California Girls, where the northern girls keep their boyfrinds warm at night...and X sings "don't forget the motor
city," just like Martha Reeves did, in their song "The New World."

Songs not just about cities, but the movement froom city to city, as with ramblin' boy Dave Loggins, and this wimp-
rock standard from the 70's, on The VE...

Dave Loggins: Please Come To Boston
Little Feat: Willin'
Grateful Dead: Truckin'
The VE with the rare single version of The Grateful Dead's "Truckin,"...despite all that was chopped out, all the
cities they mention remain intact. Little Feat took us through some dusty southwest towns in "Willin," and Dave
Loggins wooed a gal from town to town in "Please Come To Boston."
It's City-List songs on ther VE. From pop to post-punk now, beginning with The Bloodhound Gang's extreme take
on the rock-road song, "Going Nowhere Slow."
Bloodhound Gang: Going Nowhere Slow
Smiths: Panic
The VE, songs that list cities...our first tour of Britian, with the Smiths and "Panic,"a and now a cosmopolitan take,
from Ian Dury and The Blockheads....
Ian Dury And The Blockheads: Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
James Brown: Night Train
Godfather- James Brown...and the ony way to travel...city to city, but Night Train...and so let's make one more stop

by train of city-list songs tour, with the first great one...in fact, the first Gold Record award from 1941. The Glen
Miller Orchestra, and a rare Hi Fi recording of his hot swing band from the film soundtrack Orchestra Wives
Glen Miller: Chattanooga Choo Choo
And that's the VE. Find this, and past shows in the Archives at PRN.FM
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