April 21, 2020

The third week of recorded-from-home shows to accommodate the closure of WZBC due to COVID-19. The first 15 tracks are from free CDs that were abandoned after a store elected not to purchase them, the rest are from my own collection based on inspirations the others gave me.

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Artist Song Release Label
William DeVaughn Be Thankful For What You Got (Parts 1 & 2) Sunny Side Up 14 Universal Music Austria
War Me & Baby Brother The Best Of War And More Priority
Atlanta Rhythm Section All Night Rain The Best of Atlanta Rhythm Section Polydor
Jeff Beck You Shook Me Truth Epic
Ron Wood Fear For Your Future Slide On This Continuum Records
Paul Kelly Dumb Things Songs from the South. Greatest Hits (1985-2019) Cooking Vinyl Limited
Graham Parker ‎ Don’t Let It Break You Down The Best Of 1988 – 1991 RCA
The Boomtown Rats Banana Republic Greatest Hits Columbia
Burning Spear Estimated Prophet Deadicated Arista
Berlin Masquerade Best of Berlin 1979-1988 Geffen
Good Rats Fireball Express Tasty Uncle Rat Music
Donnie Iris Shock Treatment Back On The Streets Razor & Tie

Artist Song Release Label
Dave Edmunds Trouble Boys The Best of Dave Edmunds Swan Song
The Neville Brothers Wake Up Yellow Moon A&M
Ry Cooder Available Space Why Don’t You Try Me Tonight? The Best Of Ry Cooder Warner Bros.
Los Lobos Midnight Shift Not Fade Away (Remembering Buddy Holly) [Reissue] MCA Nashville
Leon Russell Roll Away The Stone The Best of Leon Russell Capitol Records
The Charlie Daniels Band Still In Saigon Listen-Up! CBS
BoDeans Save a Little Go Slow Down Rhino/Slash
Tony Joe White Saturday Night In Oak Grove, Louisiana Homemade Ice Cream Music On CD
John Wonderling ‎ Follow Me Day Breaks Flashback
Wilson Pickett Born To Be Wild Heavy Soul Festival Records
Neil Young Motion Pictures On the Beach Reprise
Russ Tolman North Hollywood Dream Goodbye El Dorado LOST
Ray Whitley Take Back Your Mind Curt Boettcher & Friends – Looking For The Sun High Moon Records
Gene Clark Silver Raven No Other 4AD
West Sad About The Times Sad About The Times Anthology Recordings
Jim Spencer Another Lonely Day Sad About the Times Anthology Recordings

One thought on “#413

  1. Frank

    Love the show! Does this mean that the genre for this week is stuff that was thrown away?
    I guess that does follow the seagull looking for scraps theme. ha ha


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