Playlist 10-22-10

Strange to come in and turn on the transmitter, bringing up the station to air after someone shut it off. So started with some wake up songs, delved into the Mark Ronson some more, played new stuff from Tricky, Undeworld and the Wavves. Played soem Peter Case and Richard Thompson (and Melanie!) in honor of upcoming local shows.

I suppose the Halloween sounds will come next week. Here’s what I played on the radio this morning:

Friday Morning Rock  10-22-2010  9 a.m.-12 noon  WRTC 89.3 FM

“Wake Up Everybody,” John Legend & The Roots, featuring Common & Melanie Fiona.

“Our Generation (The Hope of the World),” John Legend & The Roots, featuring CL Smooth

“Country Fool,” The Showmen

“Don’t Give Up On Me,” Solomon Burke

“Good Times, Bad Times,” The Rolling Stones

“Aim High,” Paul Weller

“I Don’t Want to Know,” Peter Wolf

“Name Calling,” Eli “Paperboy” Reed

“The Night Last Night,” Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, featuring Elinor Dougall and Alex Greenwald

“The Bike Song,” Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, featuring Kyle Falconer & Spankrock

“Lose It (in the End),” Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, featuring Ghostface Killah

“Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine),” Bob Dylan, re-version by Mark Ronson

“Kingston Logic,” Tricky

“Our Riotous Defects,” Of Montreal featuring Janelle Monae

“Always Loved a Film,” Underworld

“All That We Perceive,” Thievery Corporation

“The Words in Red,” Peter Case

“Ain’t Got No Dough,” Peter Case

“Thirty Days in the Workhouse,” Peter Case

“John the Revelator,” Son House

“Key to the Highway,” Little Walter

“She Said, She Said,” The Black Keys

“My Dad,” Paul Westerberg

“Telephone,” The Black Angels

“Kings of the Beach,” Wavves

“My Gap Feels Weird,” Superchunk

“1952 Vincent Black Lightning,” Richard Thompson

“When the Spell is Broken,” Richard Thompson (live)

“Shoot Out the Lights,” Richard Thompson (live)

“I Misunderstood,” Dinosaur Jr.

“Turning of the Tide,” Bob Mould

“Wall of Death,” R.E.M.

“Dimming of the Day,” The Five Blind Boys of Alabama

“Beautiful People,” Melanie (live)

“Sunrise,” Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan

“Lua,” Conor Oberst & Gillian Welch

“Train Song,” Feist & Ben Gibbard

“Heart to Tell,” The Love Language

“Deep Blue,” rcade Fire

“I Want the World to Stop,” Belle & Sebastian

“I’m Aware,” Clinic

“Fire,” Augustana

“Things That Dreams are Made Of,” Dam-Funk

“Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve),” Noisettes

“The Kids are United,” The Duke Spirit

“Another World,” Chemical Brothers

“Dissolve,” Chemical Brothers

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