Playlist 10-15-10

Salutes to some soul men who died this week — Solomon Burke and General Johnson of the Chairman of the Board.

A taste of Conan O’Brien’s musical album (in lieu of ads for his impending talk show), new stuff from Isobel Campbll & Mark Lanegan, Mark Ronson and especially The Love Language (in lieu of a phone interview planned for the show).

And a salute to some other acts playing the area this weekend, from Paul Anka to Alice Cooper.

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

Friday Morning Rock  10-15-2010   9 a.m.-12 noon WRTC 89.3 FM

“Everybody Needs Somebody to Love,” Solomon Burke (live)

“Cry to Me,” Solomon Burke

“Got to Get You Off My Mind,” Solomon Burke

“Save It,” Solomon Burke

“A Change is Gonna Come,” Solomon Burke

“Fast Train,” Solomon Burke

“What Good Am I?” Solomon Burke

“It Makes No Difference,” Solomon Burke

“I Got the Blues,” Solomon Burke

“Twenty Flight Rock,” Conan O’Brien (with Jack White)

“Polk Salad Annie,” Conan O’Brien

“House Rent Jump,” Peter Case

“The Hair Song,” Black Mountain

“Sunday Afternoon, The Black Angels

“I Wanna Be Adored,” The Ravonettes

“Dirty Old Town,” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

“Wander Through,” Elf Power

“Whitechapel,” The Vaselines

“Get Behind Me,” Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan

“Dignified Dignitary,” Apples in Stereo

“As I Went Out One Morning,” Dirty Projectors

“Pay to the Piper,” Chairmen of the Board

“Give Me Just a Little More Time,” Chairmen of the Board

“One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show,” Honey Cone

“Want Ads,” Honey Cone

“No Tears to Cry,” Paul Weller

“Missing Words,” Mark Ronson & The Business Intl

“Bang Bang Bang,” Mark Ronson  & The Business Intl featuring Q-Tip and MNDR

“Walking in a Straight Line,” Dot Dot Dot

“Walk With Me,” Neil Young

“Southern Pacific,” Neil Young

“When You Dance I Can Really Love,” Neil Young

“Digging for Something,” Superchunk

“Woe is Me,” The Walkmen

“Heart to Tell,” The Love Language

“Summer Dust,” The Love Language

“Brittany’s Back,” The Love Language

“The Neighbors,” Jonathan Richman

“Alcohol,” The Kinks

“Baby Blue,” Badfinger

“Another Brick in the Wall Part 2,” Pink Floyd

“Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Paul Anka

“Under My Wheels,” Alice Cooper

“I’m Eighteen,” Alice Cooper

“Be My Lover,” Alice Cooper

“School’s Out,” Alice Cooper

“Elected,” Alice Cooper

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