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Spinitron - KDHX: Rocket 88 Tue Apr 17th 2012

Rocket 88 (Music)

Tue Apr 17th 2012 7.00am–10.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

7:00am

Lee Ranaldo “Waiting On A Dream”
from Between The Times & The Tides (Matador / Hostess 2012) N

7:06am

Earth, Wind & Fire “Shining Star”
from Greatest Hits (Columbia 1978)

7:09am

Saint Etienne “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”
from Foxbase Alpha (Heavenly (UK) 1991)

7:13am

George Clinton “Atomic Dog”
from Computer Games (Capitol Records 1982)

7:18am

Paul Simon “That Was Your Mother”
from Graceland (Warner Bros. 1986)

7:21am

Wanda Jackson “Let's Have a Party”
from Rockin' in the Country: The Best of Wanda Jackson (Rhino 1990)

7:23am

Eddie and the Hot Rods “Do Anything You Wanna Do”
from Life on the Line (Island Records 1977)

7:27am

Billy Idol “Dancing With Myself”
from Billy Idol (Chrysalis 1982)

7:33am

Miriam Makeba “Pata Pata” (Warner Bros. 1967)

7:36am

Cornelius Brothers And Sister Rose “Treat Her Like a Lady”
from Classic Masters Single (EMI 1972)

7:38am

Röyksopp “Circuit Breaker”
from The Understanding (EMI France 2005)

7:44am

Sylvester “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)”
from The Disco Box (various artists) Single (Rhino 1978)

7:53am

Deee-Lite “Groove Is in the Heart”
from World Clique (Elektra Records 1990)

8:00am

Escort “A Sailboat In The Moonlight”
from Escort (Silent Voice 2011)

8:04am

The Ohio Players “Love Rollercoaster”
from Gold (Mercury 1975)

8:09am

The Dandy Warhols “Every Day Should Be a Holiday”
from The Capitol Years: 1995-2007 (Capitol Records 2010) —Not the same mix as on "Come Down." Just sayin', completists.

8:13am

Chuck Berry “Roll Over Beethoven”
from Chuck Berry Is on Top (Chess 1959) L

8:18am

The Fantasy Four “Wig-Wam Bam”
from Getting Fantastic with... (Pancake Productions 2010) L

8:20am

Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force “Lost in Emotion”
from Spanish Fly Single (Columbia 1987)

8:25am

Black Bananas “Foxy Playground”
from Rad Times Xpress IV (Drag City www.dragcity.com 2012) N

8:28am

Yarbrough & Peoples “Don't Stop the Music”
from Pure Funk (various artists) Single (Island/Def Jam 1980)

8:32am

James Brown “Get On The Good Foot”
from 20 All Time Greatest Hits (Polygram 1991)

8:36am

Hugh Masekela “Grazing In The Grass”
from The Promise of a Future (UNI 1968) —Didn't realize until several hours after the show that I had played a husband and wife an hour apart: Hugh was married to Miriam Makeba

8:39am

Jimmie Heap “Gismo”
from Mad Mike Monsters: Vol. 1 Single (Norton)

8:47am

Chic “Good Times”
from Risque (Atlantic Records 1979)

8:51am

Carl Carlton “Everlasting Love”
from Everlasting: The Best of Carl Carlton (Hip-O Select 1973)

8:53am

The English Beat “Too Nice To Talk To”
from Wha'ppen? (sire 1981)

8:56am

Little Richard “Good Golly, Miss Molly”
from The Very Best of Little Richard (Concord Records, Inc. 1956)

9:00am

Ray Charles “What'd I Say, Pts. 1 & 2”
from Genius + Soul = Jazz (Concord 1961)

9:07am

Outkast “Hey Ya!”
from Speakerboxxx/The Love Below Single (Laface 2003)

9:13am

Hanni El Khatib “Build. Destroy. Rebuild.”
from Will the Guns Come Out (Innovative Leisure 2011) —Playing at the Old Rock House tonight.

9:16am

Talking Heads “Thank You for Sending Me an Angel”
from More Songs About Buildings and Food CD Album (sire 1978)

9:18am

CSS “Move”
from Donkey (Sub Pop Records 2008)

9:22am

A Taste of Honey “Boogie Oogie Oogie”
from A Taste of Honey Single (Capitol Catalog 1978)

9:32am

Jimmy Cliff “The Harder They Come” (Mango 1972)

9:35am

J. Geils Band “I Do”
from Showtime! (EMI 1982)

9:38am

Prince “Kiss”
from Parade (Warner Brothers 1986)

9:42am

The B-52's “Quiche Lorraine”
from Wild Planet (Warner Bros. 1980)

9:46am

The Jacksons “Blame It On The Boogie”
from Destiny (Epic 1978) R

9:50am

Kimbra “Cameo Lover (Shook Remix)”
from Cameo Lover - Single (WM Australia 2011)

9:54am

Erasure “Chains Of Love”
from Pop! The First 20 Hits CD Album (Sire/WB)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.