Sunday, September 5, 2010

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #47 - Better Days

Tommy Stinson, Brother of Bob, Band mate of Chris and Paul, Bassist for the Replacements, Leader of Bash and Pop and Perfect. This Sunday, we'll explore the music that he has made over the course of the last 30 years, play some of his influences and contemporaries and drink a toast to his career.

Here's the Playlist:

Better Days
Once, Twice, Three Times A Maybe

Not A Moment Too Soon
Tommy Stinson
Village Gorilla Head

Breaking Through These Gates
The Figgs
Follow Jean Through The Sea
2007 Marr Cellars Old Vine Zinfandel

Too Bad
Five Guys Walk Into A Bar

Subway Train
New York Dolls
New York Dolls

Neil Michael Hagerty
Plays That Good Old Rock and Roll

Bus Named Desire
Soul Asylum
The Silver Lining
Bass Player Magazine Interview

The Pretenders
Break Up the Concrete

Pride And Joy
Marvin Gaye
Hitsville U.S.A., The Motown Singles Collection 1959-1971

Can't Hardly Wait (Outtake) [Acoustic Version]
The Replacements
Tim (Expanded Edition)CD

Mod Lang
Big Star
Rhino 7"
Keep An Eye On The Sky CD Box Set
Blood Red Oranges in Wine Sauce

Billion Dollar Babies
Alice Cooper
Canadian MCA 7"
Billion Dollar Babies

I Wanna Be Loved
Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
Spanish Twins 7"

Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo
Rick Derringer
Eric 7"
Dazed and Confused (Soundtrack)

To Return Now
Swingin' Utters
TKO 7"
Hatest Grits: B-Sides And Bullshit

Fast & Hard
Bash and Pop
Sire 7"
Friday Night is Killing Me

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


Next week, 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.

In 2 weeks, Seattle is the destination. We'll explore some of the great music that has come out of that region.

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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