Sunday, April 25, 2010

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 24 APRIL 2010

Portland singer/songwriter Casey Neill is currently on tour with his outfit The Norway Rats (comprising of members of The Decemberists and The Minus 5, among others). Neill & The Rats will be nesting locally, at the Arcata Playhouse (in the old Creamery Building), on Sunday evening, April 25th. There's also an excellent new album he will be peddling, Goodbye to the Rank and File.

You Got Me Hummin’/ SAM & DAVE (’67, Doubly Dynamite)

Just One More Day/ OTIS REDDING (‘65,The Soul Album)

Raise Your Hand/ EDDIE FLOYD (’67)

If You Call/ SHARON JONES & THE DAP-KINGS (’10, I Learned the Hard Way)*

Tenshi No Itazura/ EMY JACKSON (’66, ’09 collection, Nippon Girls)

Out in the Street/ THE SHANGRI-LA’S (’65, Myrmidoms of Melodrama)

Just to Walk That Little Girl Home/ MINK DeVILLE (’80, Le Chat Bleu)

Si Tu Disais/ FRACOIZ BREUT (’00, Vingt a Trente Mille Jours)

I’m a Man You Don’t Meet Everyday/ THE POGUES (‘85, Rum, Sodomy and the Lash)

I Wish I Was Your Mother/ MOTT THE HOOPLE (’73, Mott)

Lay and Love/ BONNIE BILLY & THE PICKET LINE (’09, Funtown)

Lapse/ BILL CALLAHAN (’10 compilation, Stroke: Songs For Chris Knox)*

How to Fight Loneliness/ WILCO (’99, Summerteeth)

When I Came to You/ CASEY NEIL (’10, Say Goodbye to the Rank and File)*

Major Leagues/ PAVEMENT (’99, Terror Twilight)

Devil Raises His Own/ FREEDY JOHNSTON (’10, Rain on the City)*

Cells/ TEENAGE FANCLUB (’05, Man-Made)

Weeping Wine/ LLOYD COLE (’91, Don’t Get Weird on Me Babe)

A Chance Counsel/ RICHARD BUCKNER (’04, Dents and Shells)

Secret Meeting/ THE NATIONAL (’05, Alligator)


Bring Back the Past/ ROKY ERICKSON (W/ OKKERVIL RIVER) (’10, True Love Cast Out All Evil)*

When He Comes/ HOLLY GOLIGHTLY & THE BROKEOFFS (’10, Medicine County)*

Old Fashioned/ FRIGHTENED RABBIT (’08, The Midnight Organ Fight)

I’m Gonna Change My Ways/ PETER CASE (’07, Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John)

When Saturday Comes/ THE UNDERTONES (’81, Positive Touch)

The Rest is Noise/ FIELD MUSIC (’10, Field Music (Measure))*

The Village Green Preservation Society/ THE KINKS (’68, The Village Green Preservation Society)

*new or recent release

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