Monday, February 7, 2011

Red Red Wine on a Sunday #77 Live - A Few Minutes Of Silence

This Monday I served up a little game for those in the chat and for the podcast listeners as well.

I call it Connections - I play 3 songs and you figure out the connection. Now - I'm not gonna list the connection here - ya got to listen to find 'em. Good luck!

Here's the Playlist:


Set #1
Never There
Prolonging The Magic

Silent Telephone
Elgin Avenue Breakdown Revisited

Telephone Love
Marky Ramone and The Intruders
Marky Ramone and The Intruders

Set #2
The Jam
Polydor 7"
Sound Effects LP

A Few Minutes Of Silence
Paul Westerberg
14 Songs

Do You Wanna Love Me?
Paul Collins
King Of Power Pop

Set #3
Gudbuy T'jane
Polydor 7"
Slayed LP

Black Diamond

Another Girl Another Planet
The Only Ones
CBS 7"
Teenage Kicks: UK Pop 1 Compilation

Set #4
The Oxford Circle
Live At The Avalon 1966

Days Are Long
Jake Mann + the Upper Hand
Parallel South
Crossbill Records

Walk Together, Rock Together
7 Seconds
Walk Together, Rock Together
Phono Select Records

Set #5
We Wanna Boogie
Sonny Burgess
Charly UK 7"
The Classic Recordings 1956-1959 Bear Family Label LP

Dynotone Stomp
The Dynotones
Mad Fabricators Society Vol. 01

Baby You Crazy
Nick Curran & the Lowlifes
Reform School Girl
Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Festival

Set #6
Chain Gang Theme (I See Progress)
Chain and the Gang
Down With Liberty... Up With Chains!

Theme From...
The Hives
The Hives

Tony's Theme
Surfer Rosa

Let The Dominoes Fall

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Next week, it will be Valentine's Day, so it all Girls, Girls, Girls!

In 2 weeks, the subject will be Sophomore albums, ya know This Year's Model, Separation Sunday, Leave Home, Queen II - ya get the picture.

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1 comment:

  1. It's "Sound Affects" not "Sound Effects". Look at the record cover, thank you.