Sunday, August 29, 2010

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #45 - If Only You Were Lonely

Do you have a favorite song? Maybe a favorite song on a 7" slab of vinyl? Well , that is what this week's edition of Red Red Wine on a Sunday is all about. Tonite, I'll be playing some of those favorite 45's, so sit back, grab a glass of red and relax.

Here's the Playlist:
Elvis Costello
Mercury 7"
When I Was Cruel LP

I'll Get Lucky
The Plimsouls
Shaky City 7"
Plimsouls Plus CD

(Making) Teenage Faces
The Exploding Hearts
Vinyl Warning 7"
Shattered LP

Armagideon Time
The Clash
Japanese CBS 7"
Clash On Broadway CD Box Set

“A” Bomb In Wardour Street
The Jam
Polydor 7"
All Mod Cons LP
2008 Angoves Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon

Somewhere Down the Crazy River
Robbie Robertson
Geffen 7"
Robbie Robertson LP

Where I Find My Heaven
Gigolo Aunts
Fire 7"
Flippin' Out LP

Blues Theme
Davie Allan & the Arrows
Tower 7"
The Wild Things Soundtrack LP
Suggested By UberListener Jason R

If Only You Were Lonely
Twintone 7"

Long Way Home
Soul Asylum
Twintone 7"
Made to be Broken LP
High Fidelity

Tattooed Love Boys
Sire 7"
The Pretenders LP

Lonely Island
Sam Cooke
Keen 7"
All Hits CD

Skinny Jim
Eddie Cochran
Rockstar UK 7"
20th Anniversary Album LP

Watch The Sunrise
Big Star
Ardent 7"
Keep an Eye on the Sky CD Box Set

Twist And Crawl
The Beat
2 Tone 7"
The English Beat LP
Culinary Institute of America Greystone Restaurant

The Redness In The West
The Lawrence Arms
Fat Wreck 7"

If you would like to download the show in MP3 format - click the link below


Next week, the show will be devoted to Tommy Stinson - his days as the Mats bassists on to Bash and Pop, Perfect and his solo stuff. Influences, contemporaries - you get the picture.

In 2 weeks, I'll be playing songs that have to do with one of my favorite subjects - Jukeboxes. Don't worry, there will be no Foreignor played, just some great songs about listening to music played outta those crazy mechanical devices that I love.

Be sure to join me every Sunday night at 9pm Pacific (midnight Eastern) for Red Red Wine on a Sunday LIVE. No themes, just some great music I've been listening to, both old and new.

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