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VE 354 -LESD and E Vilage/Remembering The Continental Bar and Msuic club, guest Trigger Smith

Replacements: Talent Show David Peel: We Are From The Lower East Side Mink DeVille: Venus Of Avenue D Jesse Malin: St. Marks Sunset D Generation: No Way Out Green Day: Sweet Children Nirvana: Polly (live) Murphy's Law: Ebony & Ivory Joey Ramone: I Wanna Be Sedated (Live At Continental) Iggy Pop: I Wanna Be Your Dog (live at Continental) Pains Of Being Pure At Heart: Young Adult Friction Patti Smith Group: Gloria Joe Jackson: Loisida

Steely Dan: Black Friday

Jonathan Richman: Rockin' Shopping Center

The Clash: Lost In The Supermarket

Janis Joplin: Mercedes Benz

Dire Straits: Money For Nothing

Rolling Stones: Money

King Crimson: Easy Money

Taj Mahal: Bourgeois Blues

X: The New World

Lambert Hendricks & Ross: Home Cookin'

The Kinks: Autumn Almanac

Madness: Our House

The Band: Rocking Chair

The Byrds: He Was A Friend Of Mine

Greg Brown: Brand New 64 Dodge

VE 163  We Buy White Albums


Billy Joel: Back In the USSR

Siouxsee & The Banshees: Dear Prudence

The Marmalade: Ob la Di Ob La Da

The Pixies: Wild Honey Pie

Kenny Rankin: While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Danger Mouse/Jay Z/Beatles: What More Can I Say

The Breeders: Happiness Is A Warm Gun

Slade (aka Ambrose Slade): Martha My Dear

CSN: Blackbird

Georgia Satellites: Don't Pass Me By

Harry Nilsson: Mother Nature's Son

The Feelies: Everybody's Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey)

Paul Weller: Sexy Sadie

U2: Helter Skelter

Barbara Striesand: Honey Pie

Ella Fitzgerald: Savoy Truffle

Buddy Holly: Not Fade Away

John Lee Hooker: Walkin' The Boogie

John Melencamp: No Better Than This

Yardbirds: Too Much Monkey Business

Rolling Stones: That's How Strong My Love Is

Bob Dylan: Most Likely You'll Go Your Way And I'll Go Mine

The Doors: Break On Through

The Supremes: You Keep me Hanging On

The Who: I Can See For Miles

The Beatles: Birthday

Wild Bill Moore: We're Gonna Rock We're Gonna Roll

Elvis Presley: Hound Dog

Little Richard: Long Tal Sally

Shirley & Lee: Let the Good Times Roll

Glen Miller Orchestra: In The Mood

Modern Jazz Quartet: Angel Eyes

Frank SInatra: Angel Eyes

June Christie: Midnight Sun

Chuck Berry: Deep Feeling

VE 142  Jazz Rocks


Herbie Mann: Bitch

Tim Ries Trio: Honky Tonk Woman

Gil Evans Orchestra: Crossstown Traffic/Little Miss Lover

Joshua Redman Elastic Band: The Crunge

Sarah Vaughn: You Never Give Me Your Money

Charlie Byrd Trio: Girl

Count Basie Orchestra: I Wann Be Your Man

Ella Fitzgerald: Sunshine Of Your Love

Barbara Striesand: Life On Mars?

Chet Baker: Almost Blue

Nostalgia 77: Seven Nation Army

Alex Skolnic Trio: Dream On

Christian McBride: Walking On the Moon

George Benson: White Rabbit

The Band: King Harvest (Has Surely Come)

Neil Young: Harvest

Avett Brothers: I And Love And You

Rascals: How Can I Be Sure

John Lennon: Isolation

REM: Feeling Gravity's Pull

Ray LaMontagne: Old Before Your Time

Buddy Miles: Them Changes

Jayhawks: Two Hearts

Rolling Stones: Sitting On A Fence

Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day

Pete Townshend: Pure And Easy

The Mountain Goats: Heretic Pride

Animal Collective: Today's Supernatural

Police: Too Much Information

Don Henley: Dirty Laundry

CSNY: American Dream

Gil Scott Heron: Winter In America

Wilco: Country Disappeared

Radiohead: Planet Telex

Stevie Wonder: Love's In Need Of Love Today

Steely Dan: I Got The News

Delta Spirit: 9/11

The Clash: This Is Radio Clash

Modest Mouse: Dashboard

Beatles :Love Me Do

The Brady Bunch Kids: Love Me Do

VE 138
Back To School Edition
Steely Dan: My Old School
Beach Boys: Be True To Your School
White Stripes: We're Going To Be Friends
Rockpile: Teacher Teacher
Van Halen: Hot For Teacher
Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back In Town
NRBQ: Me And The Boys
Bob Dylan: Duquesne Whistle
Avett Brothers: Live And Die
Cat Stevens: On The Road To Findout
Taj Mahal: Take A Giant Step
Nils Lofgren: Going Back
Neil Young: Comes A Time
Replacements: Here Comes A Regular
Today on the VE
It's the Back To School Edition, connecting with old friends, and meeting new ones, some new assignemnts and
lessons learned
I'm PC and this is the VE
Steely Dan: My Old School
Beach Boys: Be True To Your School
White Stripes: We're Going To Be Friends
Back to school on the VE...will you be carrying someone's books this fall? Or have you even met yet? The White
Stripes, The Beach Boys, and Steely Dan to begin....and then, there's Miss Crabtree....
Rockpile: Teacher Teacher
Van Halen: Hot For Teacher
Back to School on The VE with Van Halen and Rockpile, Nick Lowe, the lead track from 1980's "Seconds Of
Pleasure"..."Teacher Teacher." If you were away for the summer, the next two should strike home....
Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back In Town
NRBQ: Me And The Boys
Reconnecting with the gang, on the Back To Schol edition of the VE. Now, a couple of new
assignments...September 10 is the release date for two anticipated new albums....Bob Dylan's "Tempest," and The
Avett Brothers' "The Carpenter."
Bob Dylan: Duquesne Whistle
Avett Brothers: Live And Die
Back To School on the VE...and two new texts to study...Bob Dylan's Tempest, and the lead song "Du-cane
Whistle" and The Avett Brothers from the forthcoming The Carpenter and "Live And Die." The full albums willbe
out in a couple of weeks, and tere will be a quiz....
On to some life lessons ...back to school means taking stock....but these are for the new graduates...it's a
bittersweet time, but also one of unprecedented opportunity. Some great sopngwriters teach us how to get
Cat Stevens: On The Road To Findout
Taj Mahal: Take A Giant Step
Nils Lofgren: Going Back
The VE....life lessons for post-grads on thte Back To School edition, and the last two written by Jerry Goffin and
Carole King...."Going Back," by Nils Lofgren, andn "Take A Giant Step" by Taj Mahal. If you're at the fork in the
road, here are, as Led Zeppelin sang, two paths you can go by--but there's still time to change the road you're on....
Neil Young: Comes A Time

Replacements: Here Comes A Regular
And that's the VE. A powerful song from The Replacement's 1985 Tim, and "Here Comes A Regular." And Neil
Young, in a more centered place, with "Comes A Time." May the road you chose, rise with you...
There are more VE sessions to catchup with in the archives of PRN.FM and on demand at RTDS.ca. Please share
The VE with the rest of the class on FB, and feel free to steal my crib notes on Twitter. I'm PC

VE 235 8/29/14
REM: Finest Worksong
Thom Chacon: American Dream
Julian Cope: Five O Clock World
Animals: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
The Clash: Career Opportunities
Pet Shop Boys: Opportunities
Kinks: Dead End Street
Arcade Fire: The Suburbs
Eddie Cochran: Summertime Blues
Bob Dylan: Maggie's Farm
Marianne Faithful: Working Class Hero
Devo: Working In A Coal Mine
Tennesee Ernie Ford: Sixteen Tons
Lucero: Women And Work
Jonathan Edwards: Sunshine
Bruce Springsteen: Out In The Street
Rolling Stones; Salt Of The Earth

VE 353 8 24 18 Aretha

Aretha Franklin: Respect Otis Redding: Satisfaction Blues Brothers: Think Ann Peebles: Chain Of Fools Byrdie Green: Dr. Feelgood Dionne Warwick: I Say A Little Prayer Wes Montgomery: I Say A Little Prayer King Curtis: I Never Loved A Man Jackie Wilson/Count Basie Orchestra: I Never Loved A Man The Band: The Weight Stevie Wonder: Until You Come Back To Me The Drifters: Spanish Harlem The Marvels: Rock Steady Thelma Jones: The House That Jack Built Aretha Franklin: Freway Of Love Natalie Cole: Day Dreaming Aretha Franklin: Natural Woman

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