Playlist, 12-2-16

RadioCPR2Began with some Crystals and moved to its unsung occasional lead singer Darlene Love. Then to a couple of new albums from a couple of old rockers — The Rolling Stones and their new blues album out today, followed by their blues work in the past; and then Neil Young, with his new album and its topical songs on Native American uprisings, followed by his earlier songs concerning the subject.

Then some Emmylou Harris, who is coming to town, and some Turtles, who just won a $99 million settlement from Sirius XM.

Here’s what I played on the radio tonight:

Friday Night Rock, 12-2-2016, 10 p.m.- 1 a.m., Radio CPR, 101.7 FM, Washington, D.C.

  • “There’s No Other Like My Baby,” The Crystals
  • “Uptown,” The Crystals
  • “He’s a Rebel,” The Crystals
  • “He’s Sure the Boy I Love,” The Crystals
  • “Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts,” Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans
  • “(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry,” Darlene Love
  • “Chapel of Love,” Darlene Love
  • “Wait ’Til My Bobby Gets Home,” Darlene Love
  • “Just Your Fool,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Commit a Crime,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Everybody Knows About My Good Thing,”  The Rolling Stones
  • “Shake Your Hips,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Ventilator Blues,” The Rolling Stones
  • “All Down the Line,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Fancy Man Blues,” The Rolling Stones
  • “I’m a King Bee,” The Rolling Stones
  • “I Just Want to Make Love to You,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Walking the Dog,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Confessing the Blues,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Little Red Rooster,” The Rolling Stones
  • “No Expectations,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Stray Cat Blues,” The Rolling Stones
  • “Peace Trail,” Neil Young
  • “Show Me,” Neil Young
  • “Indian Giver,” Neil Young
  • “Broken Arrow,” Buffalo Springfield
  • “Pocahontas,” Neil Young
  • “Cortez the Killer,” Neil Young
  • “Wrecking Ball,” Emmylou Harris
  • “Sweet Old World,” Emmylou Harris
  • “Every Grain of Sand,” Emmylou Harris
  • “All That You Have is Your Soul,” Emmylou Harris
  • “Kern River,” Emmylou Harris
  • “Things Aren’t Funny Anymore,” Merle Haggard
  • “Hobo’s Lullaby,” Billy Bragg & Joe Henry
  • “Elephant,” Jason Isbell
  • “Chelsea Hotel,” Lloyd Cole
  • “Tower of Song,” Robert Forster
  • “I’m Your Man,” Bill Pritchard
  • “She’d Rather Be with Me,” The Turtles
  • “You Know What I Mean,” The Turtles“She’s My Girl,” The Turtles
  • “Elanore,” The Turtles
  • “You Showed Me,” The Turtles
  • “Transmitting from Mars,” De La Soul
  • “Hotel California,” The Moog Cookbook

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

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