The irony about the last Friday Morning Rock radio show is that I couldn’t possibly play all the songs I really wanted to play since I had packed away all of my CDs a couple of weeks earlier and all I had were things on my laptop and a few old tapes of old shows.

In the end, I didn’t play the tapes but added a few new songs and some old sentiment. Specifically: Thank you for the days.

Here’s the playlist:

Friday Morning Rock July 22, 2011 9 a.m. to 12 noon WRTC 89.3 FM

“It Will Stand,” The Showmen

“Tell Me What I Wanna Hear,” Eli “Paperboy” Reid

“New Beat,” Tory y Moi

“Vampires,” Thievery Corporation

“Funky Donkey,” Beastie Boys

‘The Larry Routine,” Beastie Boys

“Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win,” Beastie Boys

“I Wish He Didn’t Trust Me So Much,” Bobby Womack

“Bobby in Phoenix,” Gorillaz

“Never Gonna Give You Up,” The Black Keys

“This Here Year,” Dirty Mittens

“the Valley,” Eisley

“You Never Say,” The Ettes

“Ignite,” Ravonettes

“Dance (If You Wanna),” Vivian Girls

“Baltimore,” Tennis

“Holy Holy,” Wye Oak

“Summer Mood,” Best Coast

“There is a Light That Never Goes Out,” Dum Dum Girls

“Avalon or Someone Very Similar,” Yo La Tengo

“I Didn’t See It Coming,” Belle & Sebastian

“I Follow Rivers,” Lykke Li

“Back Like 8-Track,” The Go! Team

“Someone Like You,” Adele

“The Way the Whole Thing Ends,” Gillian Welch

“So Long,” Fruit Bats

“Lovers Always Win,” Matt Pond PA

“Dirty Old Town,” Black rebel Motorcycle Club

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

“People Gotta Lot of Nerve,” Neko Case

“Loving Cup,” The Rolling Stones (alternate take)

“Dear God,” Monsters of Folk

“Call Me Up in Dreamland,” Van Morrison

“Five Small Words,” Elvis Costello

“Hard Bargain,” Emmylou Harris

“These Bodies That Come to Cavort,” Jonathan Richman

“Movin’ Away,” My Morning Jacket

“I’m Losing You,” John Lennon (remix)

“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” Bob Dylan

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

“Victoria,” The Kinks

“Days,” The Kinks

“Love You More,” Buzzcocks

“What Do I Get,” Buzzcocks

“Harmony in My Head,” Buzzcocks