Playlist 8-26-16

RadioCPR2The first show in a month is sort of slapped together, owing somewhat to adjustments to a new laptop. But after the shortest salute to Alaska, I played the most of a friend’s mix of songs he found on his playlist that all began with “When.”

We heard some of the new Monkees album, with its impressive roster of contributors and closed out, for no particular reason, with the music of Iggy Pop — some of it covers of his songs, others Iggy himself.

Things might be in better shape by next week.

Here’s what I played tonight:

Friday Night Rock, 8-26-2016, 10:30 p.m. – 1 a.m., Radio CPR, 101.7 FM, Washington D.C.

  • “Bird’s Lament,” Moondog
  • “When It’s Springtime in Alaska (It’s Forty Below),” Johnny Horton
  • “Anchorage,” Michelle Shocked
  • “When Doves Cry,” Prince
  • “When I Fall,” Sam Phillips
  • “When I Get My Hands on You,” The New Basement Tapes
  • “When I Get to the Border,” Richard & Linda Thompson
  • “When I Grow Up to Be a Man,” The Beach Boys
  • “When I Paint My Masterpiece,” The Band
  • “When I See an Elephant Fly,” Cliff Edwards
  • “When I Stop Dreaming,” The Louvin Brothers
  • “When I Was Drinking,” Hem
  • “When I’m Gone,” Randy Newman
  • “Whenever You’re On My Mind,” Marshall Crenshaw
  • “(When It’s) Darkness on the Delta,” The Chordettes
  • “When Stars Go Blue,” Ryan Adams
  • “When the Lights Go Out,” The Black Keys
  • “When the River,” Sondre Lerche
  • “When the Ship Comes In,” Bob Dylan
  • “When You Awake,” The Band
  • “When Your Lover Has Gone,” Frank Sinatra
  • “When You Were Mine,” Prince
  • “Our Own World,” The Monkees
  • “Me & Magdalena,” The Monkees
  • “Birth of an Accidental Hipster,” The Monkees
  • “Leave My Kitten Alone,” The Beatles
  • “Cut Me Some Slack,” McCartney / Nirvana
  • “1969,” Joey Ramone
  • “Real Wild Child,” Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
  • “The Passenger,” Lunachicks
  • “Sister Midnight,” Bush Tetras
  • “I Wanna Be Your Dog,” Iggy Pop
  • “No Fun,” Iggy Pop
  • “Funtime,” Iggy Pop
  • “Nightclubbing,” Iggy Pop
  • “Lust for Life,” Iggy Pop
  • “Candy,” Iggy Pop
  • “China Girl,” Iggy Pop
  • “’Tis A Pity She Was a Whore,” David Bowie
  • “Right Now,” Gray Montgomery

Friday Night Rock returns Sept. 2 on Radio CPR, 101.7 FM, Washington, D.C., or streaming live online at tinyurl.com/radiocpr.

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