This Is Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio # 972

It’s another Sunday, a few hours before showtime tonight on This Is Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio. The CD case is loaded with possibilities. As I write this, I have no idea what tracks will appear on the playlist below. I’ll play something from the new Ray Paul anthology, and something from a recent collection of 1967-1971 sides by The Clingers. I think I’ll throw in a couple of classic tracks I heard in recent major motion pictures. Dana’s promising us new music from Librarians With Hickeys. The playlist will take care of itself. Possibilities. Noise. Music. Gonna have a good time. This is what rock ‘n’ roll radio sounded like on a Sunday night in Syracuse this week.

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TIRnRR # 972: 4/28/19

This Is Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio FRESH SPINS! (tracks we think we ain’t played before) are listed in bold

THE RAMONES: Do You Remember Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio? (Rhino, End Of The Century)

THE KINKS: Supersonic Rocket Ship (Sanctuary, The Ultimate Collection)

DAVID BOWIE: Moonage Daydream (Virgin, Bowie At The Beeb)

THE MORNING LINE: Nostradamus (Kool Kat Musik, North)

CLOCKWORK FLOWERS: Luminous Spinning Discs (theclockworkflowers.com, Colours Vol 4: Green)

PRINCE: When You Were Mine (Warner Brothers, The Hits/The B-Sides)

THE BANGLES: The Real World (Omnivore, Ladies And Gentlemen…The Bangles!)

THE CLINGERS: Gonna Have A Good Time (Area 251, 1967-1971)

JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS: You’ve Come A Long Way Baby (Rhino Handmade, Stop, Look, & Listen!)

THE RAMONES: I Don’t Want To Grow Up (Radioactive, Adios Amigos!)

THE GREAT! SOCIETY: Somebody To Love (Sundazed, Born To Be Burned)

THE CLINGERS: Everything’s Alright (Area 251, 1967-1971)

AMY RIGBY: Dancing With Joey Ramone (Signature Sounds, Little Fugitive)

THE STEMS: Never Be Friends (Mushroom, At First Sight Violets Are Blue)

THE WAG: Coat Of Arms (thewagband.com, We Carry On)

SLY & THE FAMILY STONE: Everybody Is A Star (Epic, Greatest Hits)

LIBRARIANS WITH HICKEYS: Until There Was You (librarianswithhickeys.wordpress.com, single)

SEAN HUTTON: So We Became Alive (seanhuttonmusic.com, The Legend Of April Country)

LIBRARIANS WITH HICKEYS: And Then She’s Gone (librarianswithhickeys.wordpress.com, single)

STEPHEN LAWRENSON: Once Upon A Time (Kool Kat Musik, single)

THE SLAPBACKS: Make Something Happen (Kool Kat Musik, VA: This Is Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio, Volume 4)

RAY PAUL: Love Me (Kool Kat Musik, Bloody Rubbish)

THE HOLLIES: Carrie Anne (Epic, Epic Anthology)

SHOES: Tomorrow Night (Black Vinyl, Best)

THE NERVES: When You Find Out (Alive, One Way Ticket)

RAY PAUL: I Need Your Love Tonight (Kool Kat Musik, Bloody Rubbish)

THE SMITHEREENS: Got Me A Girl (Kool Kat Musik, VA: This Is Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio, Volume 4)

THE MONKEES: Words (Rhino, 50)

GIL-SCOTT HERON: Lady Day And John Coltrane (BGP, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised)

JIM BASNIGHT: Best Lover In The World (Precedent, Not Changing)

THE BYRDS: You Won’t Have To Cry (Sundazed, The Preflyte Sessions)

SAMMY AMBROSE: This Diamond Ring (Ace, VA: You Heard It Here First!)

THE LITTLE DARLINGS: Little Bit O’ Soul (Ace, VA: You Heard It Here First!)

SPANDAU BALLET: To Cut A Long Story (Rhino, The Story)

GARY NUMAN & TUBEWAY ARMY: Are “Friends” Electric? (Beggars Banquet, Replicas)

T BONE BURNETT: Jellico Coal Man (Columbia, VA: Johnny Cash: Forever Words)

THE MONOCHROME SET: He’s Frank (Slight Return) (Music Brokers, VA: The Psychedelic Rock Box)

RICHIE PARSONS: Beverly (Lawless, Black Throated Blue)

WARREN ZEVON: Werewolves Of London (Rhino, Genius)

THE SHIRELLES: Thank You, Baby (Varese Sarabande, 25 All-Time Greatest Hits)

CROCHETED DONUT RING: Two Little Ladies (Azalea & Rhododendeon) (Music Brokers, VA: The Psychedelic Rock Box)

THE O’JAYS: Put Your Hands Together (Epic, Love Train)

THE GO-BETWEENS: Streets Of Your Town (Capitol, 16 Lovers Lane)

DAVID BROOKINGS & THE AVERAGE LOOKINGS: I Grow Up Fast (www.davidbrookings.net, Scorpio Monologue)

HARMONIC DIRT: Maybe (harmonicdirt.com, Anthracite)

THE DAVE CLARK FIVE: Glad All Over (Hollywood, The History Of The Dave Clark Five)

THE OHIO EXPRESS: Yummy, Yummy, Yummy (Varese Sarabande, VA: 25 All-Time Greatest Bubblegum Hits)

THE RASPBERRIES: Go All The Way (RPM, Power Pop Volume One)

BIG STAR: September Gurls (Ardent, # 1 Record/Radio City)

LESLIE PEREIRA & THE LAZY HEROES: Fly Like A Bird (Big Stir, Fight For Now)

THE TREND: Electric Chair (Hate, Batman Live At Budokan)

DANNY ELFMAN: The Batman Theme (Watertower, VA: The Music Of DC Comics)

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