Playlist 9-2-16

RadioCPR2A most eclectic pre-holiday set tonight started with songs of work from all corners of popular music, from George Jones and Tennessee Ernie Ford to The Vogues, The Kinks, The Clash, James Brown to Charles Bradley.

It ended with Springsteen — fitting since he played a set longer than this show last night at Nationals Stadium. After “Factory,” then, some of the show highlights.

Then it was a spotlight on shows coming this week — Television at the 9:30 Club Tuesday and Kraftwerk at the Strathmore Saturday.

Here’s what I played on the radio tonight

 Friday Night Rock, 9-2-16, 10:20 p.m. – 1 a.m., Radio CPR, 101.7 FM, Washington D.C. 

  • “Workin’ Man Blues,” Merle Haggard
  • “Career Opportunities,” The Clash
  • “Found a Job,” Talking Heads
  • “Welcome to the Working Week,” Elvis Costello
  • “Bright Future in Sales,” Fountains of Wayne
  • “Working in the Coal Mine,” Devo
  • “Get Back in Line,” The Kinks
  • “Working on the Chain Gang,” Sam Cooke
  • “Factory Girl,” Rolling Stones
  • “Five O’Clock World,” The Vogues
  • “Sixteen Tons,” Tennessee Ernie Ford
  • “Take This Job and Shove It,” Johnny Paycheck
  • “Regular Guy,” Steve Earle & the Dukes
  • “The Coal Miner ,” Marty Stuart
  • “Finally Friday,” George Jones
  • “Working Man,” John Conlee
  • “Oklahoma U.S.A.,” The Kinks
  • “Living in America,” James Brown
  • “Why Is It So Hard,” Charles Bradley
  • “We Don’t Work for Free,” Grandmaster Melle Mel & the Furious Five
  • “Factory,” Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (live)
  • “Grown’ Up,” Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
  • “Spirit in the Night,” Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
  • “Kitty’s Back,”  Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
  • “Trapped,”  Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (live)
  • “Marquee Moon,” Television
  • “See No Evil,” Television (alternate version)
  • “Prove It,” Television
  • “Music Non Stop,” Kraftwerk
  • “Computer World,” Kraftwerk
  • “The Robots,” Kraftwerk
  • “Computer Love,” Kraftwerk
  • “Pocket Calculator,” Kraftwerk
  • “Autobahn,” Kraftwerk
  • “Trans Europe Express,” Kraftwerk
  • “Metal on Metal,” Kraftwerk
  • “Home Computer,” Kraftwerk

Friday Night Rock returns Sept. 9 on Radio CPR, 101.7 FM, Washington, D.C., or available online at www.tinyurl.com/radiocpr 

 

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