Playlist ‘n’ Podcast 12-10-12

Thinking of Aretha Franklin, after reports this week that she has pancreatic cancer. Then some soul from all over, from the Mar-ks to Cee-Lo, a musical salute to Hannukuh before it’s too late, some acoustic offerings from Neil Young, Jonathan Richman, Mountain Man and Bert Jansch, who headlines a show in town Saturday.

Celebrating the posthumous pardon of Jim Morrison from the state of Florida, hearing a chunk of the new Jenny and Johnny album and closed with some Paul McCartney in honor of his popping up on TV so much this week, from Jimmy Fallon to “SNL.”

Listen to this week’s Friday Morning Rock here. The fullset list follows:

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

“Son of a Preacher Man,” Aretha Franklin

“Dark End of the Street” Aretha Franklin

“Rock Steady,” Aretha Franklin

“Spanish Harlem,” Aretha Franklin

“Save Me,” Aretha Franklin

“Grab This Thing,” The Mar-Keys

“Love Gun,” Cee-Lo Green featuring Lauren Bennett

“Like a Tourist,” Of Montreal

“The Bike Song,” Mark Ronson & Business Intl.

“Rio Arrepio (Bada-Bodi),” Tom Ze

“Moody’s Mood,” James Moody

“Feast of Lights,” They Might Be Giants

“Can I Intrest You in Hannukuh?” Jon Stewart & Steven Colbert

“Hannukuh Homeboy,” Do Mo She

“Hannukuh Rocks,” Gelfite Joe & the Fish

“In the Embryo of Silence,” Peter Himmelman

“I Was the One She Came For,” Jonathan Richman

“Dirty Old Town,” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

“Peaceful Valley Boulevard,” Neil Young

“Buffalo,” Mountain Man

“Something Stupid,” Secret Sisters

“We Die and See Beauty Reign,” Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanagan

“Stations of the Cross,” Elvis Costello

“Please Call Me Baby,” Tom Waits

“Love Me Two Times,” The Doors

“Touch Me,” The Doors

“Light My Fire,” The Doors (live)

“Roadhouse Blues,” John Lee Hooker & Jim Morrison

“The Cosmic Movie,” The Doors

“You Were Born to Be in Battle,” The Old 97’s

“If Her Love Isn’t True,” The Everly Brothers

“Coming Down Again,” The Rolling Stones

“Vesuvius,” Sufjan Stevens

“Angie,” Bert Jansch

“Switchblade,” Jenny and Johnny

“New Yorker Cartoon,” Jenny and Johnny

“Scissor Runner,” Jenny and Johnny

“Junk,” Paul McCartney

“Every Night,” Paul McCartney

“The Back Seat of My Car,” Paul McCartney

“Ram On,” They Might Be Giants

“Let Me Roll It,” Robyn Hitchcock

Listen to Friday Morning Rock live weekly at 9 a.m. EST in Hartford at WRTC 89.3 FM or online at www.wrtcfm.com. Listen to this show, archived here.

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