Playlist 11-5-10

Started with a salute to the late Gregory Isaac, turned to some newly released rarities from Jimi Hendrix, added some dance music, an acoustic segment led by Peter Case, who played campus Wednesday, and played some Emmylou Harris and Bob Mould in advance of their live shows in the region next week. Threw in some Magnetic Fields in advance of the film showing this weekend about their career.

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

Friday Morning Rock  11-5-10  9 a.m.-noon  WRTC 89.3 FM

“I Can’t Write Left-Handed,” John Legend & The Roots

“Number One,” Gregory Isaacs

“Rumours,” Gregory Isaacs

“Dub Steppa,” Thomas Blondet featuring Sugatomic Sound System

“Slow Ice, New Moon,” Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams

“Are You Experienced?” Jimi Hendrix (instrumental alternate take)

“Mr. Bad Luck,” Jimi Hendrix

“Tears of Rage,” Jimi Hendrix

“All Along the Watchtower,” Bob Dylan

“Just Like a Woman,” Bob Dylan

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

“time to Dance,” Tricky

“Grace,” Underground

“Escape Velocity,” The Chemical Brothers

“Do You Mutilate?” Of Montreal

“I Could Be a Frog,” The Flaming Lips

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

“Thirty Days in the Workhouse,” Peter Case

“Ice Water,” Peter Case

“Monday Morning Blues,” Peter Case & Dave Alvin

“Stagolee,” Beck

“Dr. Watson, I Presume,” Elvis Costello

“Peaceful Valley Boulevard,” Neil Young

“Journey Through the Past,” James Mercer

“No Place to Fall,” Isobell Campbell & Mark Lanegan

“Very Funny,” The Magnetic Fields

“If There’s Such a Thing as Love,” The Magnetic Fields

“I’ll Dream Alone,” The Magnetic Fields

“Rambling, Gambling Willie,” Bob Dylan

“Long Ago, Far Away,” Bob Dylan

“All Over You,” Bob Dylan

“Every Grain of Sand,” Emmylou Harris

“Racing in the Street,” Emmylou Harris

“Long May You Run,” Emmylou Harris

“Next Time That You Leave,” Bob Mould

“Shoot Out the Lights,” Bob Mould (live)

“Standing in the Rain,” Husker Du (live)

“It’s Not Funny Anymore,” Husker Du (live)

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

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