Playlist 2-4-11

Started with a bunch of thing from the latest Southern Music sampler from the Oxford American, heard some new Iron and Wine, and then some new stuff later by Gang of Four, Wire, Mogwai, the Duke Spirit and Delicate Steve, among others.

Closed with a bunch of Neko Case in honor of her show tonight at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton.

The podcast can be found here. The set list follows

Friday Morning Rock 2-4-11  9 a.m.-noon  WRTC 89.3 FM

“Abalabip,” Eddie Cole and his Gang

“Stop Your Knockin,’” Curley Money & His Rolling Ramblers

“Match Box,” Ralph “Soul” Jackson

“The Red Invasion,” The K-Pers

“Pretty Soon,” Black Haze Express

“Ger Back on the Right Track,” Mary Gresham

“It’s OK,” Cee-Lo Green

“Think,” James Brown

“Tree by the River,” Iron and Wine

“Your Fake Name is Good Enough for Me,” Iron and Wine

“Half Moon,” Iron and Wine

“I Walked,” Sufjan Stevens

“My Love is Gone,” Josh Rouse

“Maps,” Rogue Wave

“A Lion’s Heart,” The Tallest Man on Earth

“Boots of Spaish Leather,” Bob Dylan

“Down in the Bowery,” Alejandro Escovedo

“Picture Window,” Ben Folds/Nick Hornby

“Racig in the Street (’78),” Bruce Springsteen

“Don’t Carry It All,” The Decemberists

“Sweet Thing,” Van Morrison (live)

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

“You’ll Never Pay for the Farm,” Gang of Four

“Clay,” Wire

“Barricade,” Interpol

“Still Near,” Smith Westerns

“San Pedro,” Mogwai

“Everyboy’s Under Your Spell,” The Duke Spirit

“Saage Night at the Opera,” Destroyer

“Behold a Marvel in the Darkness,” Deerhoof

““Sugar Splash,“ Delicate Steve

“Convict Lake,” John Vanderslice

“Big Life,” David Lowery

“My Affected Accent,” Jonathan Richman

“Consider the Source,” Steve Wynn & the Miracle 3

“The Green Fields of Summer,” Peter Wolf with Neko Case

“People Got a lotta Nerve,” Neko Case

“This Tornado Loves You, “Neko Case

“The Needle has Landed,” Neko Case

“Hold On, Hold On,” Neko Case

“Mood to Burn Bridges” Neko Case

“Whip the Blankets,” Neko Case

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