Capital Radio, 9-19: The Queen & California

Capital Radio, Sept. 19, 2003, 1 – 4:49 p.m. 

  • “Capital Radio One,” The Clash
  • “Purcell: Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, The Hollywood Symphony 
  • “The Queen is Dead,” The Smiths
  • “God Save the Queen,” Neil Young & Crazy Horse
  • “Killer Queen,” Queen 
  • “Queen Jane Approximately,” Bob Dylan 
  • “Queen’s Tattoos,” Aztec Camera 
  • “Victoria,” The Kinks 
  • “Ballad of a Teenage Queen,” Johnny Cash 
  • “Queenie Eye,” Paul McCartney
  • “Dreaming of the Queen,” Pet Shop Boys 
  • “The Queen and Me,” Cleaners from Venus 
  • “Elizabeth My Dear,” The Stone Roses 
  • “Insect Royalty,” Primal Scream 
  • “Her Majesty,” The Beatles 
  • “Little Queenie,” Chuck Berry 
  • “Queen of the Hop,” Bobby Darin 
  • “Queen of the Beach,” Carole King
  • “Queen of the Supermarket,” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Anarchy in the UK / God Save the Queen / Pretty Vacant / No One is Innocent (medley),” Black Arabs 
  • “The Queen’s Approach/ The Queen’s Rebuke,” The Decemberists 
  • “Queen of Hearts,” Dave Edmunds
  • “Sixty Minute Man,” Billy Ward & the Dominoes
  • “A House is Not a Home,” Brook Benton 
  • “New World Coming,” Cass Elliott  
  • “Batman Theme,” David McCallum 
  • “The Joke’s on Me,” David Bromberg 
  • “Freedom for the Stallion,” Bill Medley
  • “The Messenger,” Daniel Lanois
  • “Give Life Back to the Music,” Daft Punk, featuring Nile Rodgers 
  • “Bridge Over Troubled Water / We’ve Only Just Begun [live],” Aretha Franklin 
  • “Out in the Country,” R.E.M. 
  • “Fill Your Heart,” David Bowie 
  • “Rainy Days and Mondays,” Cracker 
  • “California,” Jay Farrar 
  • “California,” Frank Sinatra
  • “California [demo],” Joni Mitchell 
  • “California,” Phantom Planet 
  • “California,” Tom Petty 
  • “California Stars,” Wilco
  • “California Saga,” The Beach Boys 
  • “Pacific Coast Highway,” The Beach Boys
  • “California Soul,” Fifth Dimension
  • “California Sun,” The Ramones 
  • “Redwood Tree,” Van Morrison 
  • “Let’s Go to San Francisco (Part 1),” The Flower Pot Men
  • “San Franciscan Nights,” Eric Burdon & the Animals
  • “San Francisco,” Jesse Malin 
  • “San Francisco Bay Blues [live],” Paul McCartney
  • “Emperor Norton in the last Year of His Life (1880),” Chuck Prophet
  • “Mendocino,” The Sir Douglas Quintet 
  • “(Talk to Me of) Mendocino,” Kate & Anna McGarrigle 
  • “Portland, Oregon,” Loretta Lynn & Jack White 
  • “Portland,” The Replacements
  • “Dream of the 90s,” Carrie Brownstein & Fred Armisen
  • “Light Rail Coyote,” Sleater-Kinney
  • “Talking Columbia,” Woody Guthrie 
  • “The In Crowd,” The Ramsey Lewis Trio

Capital Radio returns live Sept. 26 at 1 p.m. EDT at, where recent shows are also archived. 

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