Playlist 10-8-10

A few things leftover from last night’s “The Promise: The Making of Darkness at the Edge of Town,” new live stuff from Leonard Cohen and scattered other bands.

And then a big 70th birthday salute to John Lennon, first with covers of his solo material and then a lot of Beatles songs in which he was the central voice. But even so, only got partly through the catalogue.

Here’s what I played on the radio this morning:

Friday Morning Rock     10-8-2010      9 a.m.-noon      WRTC 89.3 FM

“The Madison Time – Part I,” The Ray Bryant Combo

“Our Generation,” John Legend & The Roots

“Explosion,” Eli “Paperboy” Reed

“Doctor My Eyes,”  The Jackson 5

“No Tears to Cry,” Paul Weller

“Talk to Me,” Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes

“The Fever,” Bruce Springsteen

“The Promise,” Bruce Springsteen

“Darkness at the Edge of Town,”

“Waiting for the Miracle,” Leonard Cohen (live)

“Chelsea Hotel,” Leonard Cohen (live)

“I’m Aware,” Clinic

“Will There Be Stars,” Blonde Redhead

“Little Hand,” Elf Power

“No Intention,” Dirty Projectors

“Fort Worth Blue,” Alejandro Escovedo

“Imagine,” Antony & The Johnsons

“#9 Dream,” R.E.M.

“I’m Losing You,” Corrine Bailey Rae

“Isolation,” Snow Patrol

“(Just Like) Starting Over,” The Flaming Lips

“Real Love,” Regina Spektor

“Nobody Told Me,” Willy Mason

“Look at Me,” Joseph Arthur

“I’m Only Sleeping,” The Vines

“Don’t Let Me Down,” Stereophonics

“I Call Your Name,” The Beatles

“Slow Down,” The Beatles

“I Feel Fine,” The Beatles

“Bad Boy,” The Beatles

“It Won’t Be Long,” The Beatles

“All I’ve Got to Do,” The Beatles

“Please Mr. Postman,” The Beatles

“Not a Second Time,” The Beatles

“Money,” The Beatles

“Twist & Shout,” The Beatles

“I Should Have Known Better,” The Beatles

“Tell Me Why,” The Beatles

“I’ll Cry Instead,” The Beatles

“Strawberry Fields Forever,” The Beatles

Instant Karma,” John Lennon

“No Better Place,”  Fountains of Wayne

“I’m Afraid I’m Going to Die Here,” Tim Kasher

“Best Friend,” The Drums

“My Gap Feels Weird,” Superchunk

“Victory,” The Walkmen

Listen to Friday Morning Rock weekly at 9 EDT in Hartford on WRTC 89.3 FM or online at www.wrtcfm.com.

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