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Tune in every morning at 9 a.m. as The Hometown Guy dips into the Tide’s extensive music library for the “9at9″ feature. Most days the focus will be selections from a single year, opening a virtual musical time capsule and reminding us of what was going on while these songs were at their peak.

Eric will also be asking for input on future 9at9 segments – listen for upcoming monthly themes and let us know your suggestions!  You can contact Eric at hometownguyeric@tideradio.com.

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Friday, July 31 2002

1. Honey and the Moon – Joseph Arthur
2. Where Are You Going – Dave Matthews Band
3. Alone – Susan Tedeschi
4. The Scientist – Coldplay
5. Summertime Thing – Chuck Prophet
6. Soak Up The Sun – Sheryl Crow
7. Spit on a Stranger – Nickel Creek
8. How Good Can It Get – Wallflowers
9. Let Me Down Easy – Chris Isaak

Thursday, July 30 1977

1. Runaway – Bonnie Raitt
2. She’s Not There – Santana
3. Deacon Blues – Steely Dan
4. Never Going Back Again – Fleetwood Mac
5. Psycho Killer – Talking Heads
6. Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes – Jimmy Buffet
7. (The Angels Want to Wear My) Red Shoes – Elvis Costello
8. Dark Star – Crosby, Stills and Nash
9. Heroes – David Bowie

Wednesday, July 29  1998

1. Rock Me Right – Susan Tedeschi
2. Out Of My Head – Fastball
3. What I Didn’t Know – Athenaeum
4. Meet Virginia – Train (in 1998 got washed out at Millpoint Park in Hampton, so they played acoustic at 2nd Street restaurant- the former Post Office)
5. Once In A While – Dishwalla
6. Can’t Let Go – Lucinda Williams
7. Angel Of Mercy – Jonny Lang
8. Lullaby – Shawn Mullins
9. Good Thing – Everything

Tuesday, July 28  1985

1. All You Zombies – Hooters
2. See What Love Can Do – Eric Clapton
3. Is It Love – Mr. Mister
4. So Far Away – Dire Straits
5. No One Is To Blame – Howard Jones (re-recorded a year later with Phil Collins to become Ho-Jo’s biggest chart single)
6. Tha’t Why I’m Here – James Taylor
7. Change It – Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
8. Lonely Ol’ Night – John Mellencamp
9. Dead Man’s Party – Oingo Boingo

Monday, July 27  ”Strong” Songs…a tribute to Dina Spagnoli and all those who fight Cancer #dinastrong #LivOn

1. Four Strong Winds – Neil Young (1978)
2. Something So Strong – Crowded House (1987)
3. Let Your Love Be Strong – Switchfoot (2006)
4. Feelin’ Stronger Every Day – Chicago (1973)
5. Strong Enough (To Be My Man) – Sheryl Crow (1993)
6. Strong – London Grammar (2013)
7. That’s How Strong My Love Is – Otis Redding (1965)
8. Stronger Than That – Bahamas (2014)
9. Strong Enough – Matthew West (2010)

Friday, July 24  1968

1. Isrealites – Desmond Dekker & The Aces
2. Back In The U.S.S.R. – Beatles
3. Suzie Q – Creedence Clearwater Revival
4. White Room – Cream
5. Feelin’ Alright – Traffic (a Joe Cocker cover of this tune is thought by many to be the original, but this is it…a Dave Mason and Traffic classic!)
6. Mrs. Robinson – Simon & Garfunkel
7. D-I-V-O-R-C-E – Tammy Wynette
8. Street Fighting Man – Rolling Stones
9. Higher – Sly & The Family Stone

Thursday, July 23  1993

1. Slackjawed – Connells
2. What’s Up – 4 Non Blondes
3. Don’t Turn Around – Ace Of Base
4. San Francisco Days – Chris Isaak
5. Omaha – Counting Crows
6. I Can See Clearly Now – Jimmy Cliff
7. It’s About Time – Lemonheads
8. Because The Night – 10,000 Maniacs (from MTV Unplugged – Natalie Merchant announced at the taping that she was leaving the band)
9. Amazing – Aerosmith

Wednesday, July 22  2000

1. Bohemian Like You – Dandy Warhols (has been used by Ford and GM as the energy and “You got a great car…” pumps people up to buy one!)
2. Steal My Kisses – Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
3. Trouble – Coldplay
4. Sailing To Philadelphia – Mark Knopfler & James Taylor
5. Marry Me – B.B. King & Eric Clapton
6. Bent – Matchbox 20
7. Wonderful – Everclear
8. Pinch Me – Barenaked Ladies
9. Go Let It Out – Oasis

Tuesday, July 21  1971

1. Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who
2. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ – Allman Brothers
3. Anticipation – Carly Simon (for nearly a decade Heinz Ketchup used this smash in their TV ads)
4. Madman Across The Water – Elton John
5. Everything’s Coming Our Way – Santana
6. Tomorrow Is Such A Long Way – Rod Stewart
7. White Lies – Grin
8. What’s Going On? – Marvin Gaye
9. American Pie – Don McLean

Monday, July 20  1988

1. Chains Of Love – Erasure
2. God Pt. 2 – U2
3. Baby Can I Hold You – Tracy Chapman
4. Better Be Home Soon – Crowded House
5. Vox – Sarah McLachlan
6. Hate To Lose Your Lovin’ – Little Feat
7. Slow Turning – John Hiatt
8. Paradise – Sade
9. Where Your Name Is – Waxing Poetics (local classic! From the album “Manakin Moon”)

Friday, July 17  1995

1. Start With Me – Del Amitri
2. Good Intentions – Toad The Wet Sprocket
3. Hey Pocky Way – The Meters (nice re-do of their 70′s original)
4. Midway Park – Whiskeytown
5. Heaven’s Here On Earth – Tracy Chapman
6. Miss Sarajevo – Passengers feat. Luciano Pavarotti
7. Give – Dishwalla
8. December – Collective Soul
9. ‘Ol 55 – Sarah McLachlan (a Tom Waits original from 1973, it was covered by the Eagles the following year on the lp “On The Border”)

Thursday, July 16  1976

1. You Send Me – Steve Miller Band
2. The Pretender – Jackson Browne
3. When I Need You – Leo Sayer
4. Victim Of Love – Eagles
5. More, More, More – Andrea True Connection (sampled in Len’s 1999 hit “Steal My Sunshine”)
6. Roots Rock Reggae – Bob Marley & The Wailers
7. Mary Lou – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
8. The Fez – Steely Dan
9. Harbor Lights – Boz Scaggs

Wednesday, July 15  1980

1. She Talks In Stereo – Gary Myrick & the Figures
2. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen (1st of two #1 pop hits from “The Game” – the other “Another One Bites The Dust”)
3. Empty Glass – Pete Townshend
4. I Got You – Split Enz
5. Whip It – Devo
6. Arc Of A Diver – Steve Winwood
7. Ghost Riders In The Sky – Outlaws
8. What I Like About You – Romantics
9. Midnight Rendezvous – Babys

Tuesday, July 14 2005

1. Buy A Dog – Luce
2. Boston – Augustana
3. Surround Me – Ben Taylor
4. Drifting – Andy McKee
5. Fix You – Coldplay
6. Slogans – Bob Marley (built posthumously from a 1980 cassette of Bob singing with a drum machine back beat)
7. Old Dirt Hill – Dave Matthews Band
8. Burning In The Sun – Blue Merle
9. You Can Make It If You Try – Sly & the Family Stone with Buddy Guy and John Mayer

Monday, July 13 1972

1. 992 Arguments – O’Jays
2. Out On The Weekend – Neil Young
3. Rockin’ Down The Highway – Doobie Brothers
4. Sitting In Limbo – Jimmy Cliff
5. Hummingbird – Seals And Crofts
6. Rocket Man – Elton John
7. Twisting The Night Away – Rod Stewart (cover of the 1962 Sam Cooke classic)
8. Starman – David Bowie
9. Francine – ZZ Top

Friday, July 10 – Through the “YEARS” – songs with a Year listed in the title

1. 1979 – Smashing Pumpkins (1996)
2. 1963 – Rachel Yamagata (2004)
3. In The Year 2525 – Zager & Evans (1969)
4. ’83 – John Mayer (2001) (he mentioned himself in the line…”thinking bout my brother Ben, I miss him every day… He looks just like his brother John…”
5. Summer of ’69 – Bryan Adams (1985)
6. 74-75 – Connells (1993)
7. 1957 – Milo Greene (2012)
8. 1901 – Phoenix (2009)
9. 5-22-02 – Golden Smog (2006)

Thursday, July 9 – 1981

1. Ghost Town – The Specials
2. Burnin’ For You – Blue Oyster Cult
3. Secret Journey – Police
4. A Life Of Illusion – Joe Walsh (most of this song came from 1973 sessions for the album “The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get”)
5. Freeze Frame – J. Geils Band
6. Tempted – Squeeze
7. Day After Day – Pretenders
8. You Better You Bet – The Who
9. Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do) – Christopher Cross

Wednesday, July 8 – 1992

1. Wild Horses – The Sundays
2. Until I Fall Away – Gin Blossoms
3. Beautiful Girl – INXS
4. Solar Sex Panel – Little Village
5. Too Many Ways To Fall – Arc Angels
6. If I Had A Million Dollars – Barenaked Ladies
7. Waiting For Somebody – Paul Westerberg
8. Human Touch – Bruce Springsteen (from the album “Human Touch,” one of two releases Springsteen had 3/31/92 – the other was “Lucky Town”)
9. Closer – Peter Himmelman

Tuesday, July 7 – 1974

1. Willie And The Hand Jive – Eric Clapton
2. Help Me – Joni Mitchell
3. Dreamer – Supertramp (re-released in a live recording six years later on the album “Paris,” becoming a top 15 hit single)
4. Angel From Montgomery – Bonnie Raitt
5. Walk On – Neil Young
6. Rikki Don’t Lose That Number – Steely Dan
7. Haven’t Got Time For The Pain – Carly Simon
8. It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll – Rolling Stones
9. Everything I Own – Ken Boothe

Monday, July 6 – 2001

1. Linger – Jonatha Brooke
2. Short Skirt, Long Jacket – Cake
3. Recognize – Better Than Ezra
4. The Middle – JImmy Eat World
5. Rest Of The Day Off – Neil Finn
6. Bubble Toes – Jack Johnson
7. Don’t Be Sad – Whiskeytown
8. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away – Eddie Vedder (Eddie was commissioned to do the version by Sean Penn for the film “I Am Sam”)
9. Someday – The Strokes

Thursday, July 2 – FREEdom of Choice – Pre-July 4th Tide Music Celebration

1. Free – Train (1998)
2. Free Fallin’ – John Mayer (live-2008)
3. Free Man In Paris – Joni Mitchell (1974)
4. Freedom Overspill – Steve Winwood (1986)
5. Free – Phish (1996)
6. I’m Free – Soup Dragons (1990)
7. Free Ride – Edgar Winter Group (1972)
8. Rockin’ In The Free World – Neil Young (1989)(From Neil’s 18th album “Freedom”)
9. Free – Mike Errico (2003)

Wednesday, July 1 – 1983

1. The Love Cats – The Cure
2. King Of Pain – The Police (this was the last release on their last studio album “Synchronicity”)
3. Who’s That Girl? – Eurythmics
4. Talk About The Passion – R.E.M.
5. Girls Just Want To Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper
6. Love Struck Baby – Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
7. Undercover Of The Night – Rolling Stones
8. Pipes Of Peace – Paul McCartney
9. A Million Miles Away – The Plimsouls

Tuesday, June 30 – 1990

1. Way Down Now – World Party
2. Across The River – Bruce Hornsby & The Range
3. D/FW – Stevie Ray and Jimmy Vaughan
4. Disappear – INXS
5. Sister Luck – Black Crowes
6. Close To You – Maxi Priest (The Carpenters had a song with the same basic title “(They Long to Be) Close To You” – a #1 hit and Grammy winner)
7. Batonga – Angelique Kidjo
8. But Anyway – Blues Traveler
9. Nothing Compares 2 U – Sinead O’Connor

Monday, June 29 – 1975

1. World Turning – Fleetwood Mac
2. Tenth Avenue Freeze Out – Bruce Springsteen
3. Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith
4. Young Americans – David Bowie
5. Can’t Hide Love – Earth, Wind & Fire
6. Simple Twist Of Fate – Bob Dylan
7. World On A String – Neil Young
8. Mexico – James Taylor
9. You Gave Me The Answer – Paul McCartney & Wings (Sir Paul played live last Tuesday night at John Paul Jones Arena on the UVA campus in C-Ville)

Friday, June 26 – 1969

1. I Can’t Get Next To You – Temptations
2. Come Together – Beatles
3. Questions 67 & 68 – Chicago
4. It Came Out Of The Sky – C.C.R. (on the 3rd album OF THE YEAR from CCR “Willie & the Poor Boys,” following “Bayou Country” and “Green River” )
5. Everybody’s Talkin’ – Harry Nilsson
6. Wooden Ships – Crosby, Stills & Nash
7. Hot Fun In The Summertime – Sly & The Family Stone
8. Soul Sacrifice – Santana
9. Pinball Wizard – The Who

Thursday, June 25 – 1986

1. Invisible Touch – Genesis (only U.S. #1 in their entire career)
2. Superman – R.E.M.
3. Now We’re Getting Somewhere – Crowded House
4. Wild Wild Life – Talking Heads
5. Powerful Stuff – Fabulous Thunderstorms
6. Red Rain – Peter Gabriel
7. Left Of Center – Suzanne Vega
8. Boy In The Bubble – Paul Simon
9. Hymn To Her – Pretenders

Wedesday, June 24 – 2003

1. The First Cut Is The Deepest – Sheryl Crow (cover of a 1967 song by Cat Stevens, made into a hit by Rod Stewart in 1977, and by Sheryl in 2003)
2. Diamonds On The Inside – Ben Harper
3. Look What You’ve Done – Jet
4. Caroline – David Gray
5. I Will Keep The Bad Things From You – Damnwells
6. Taylor – Jack Johnson
7. I Don’t Want To Be – Gavin DeGraw
8. Fisherman’s Daughter – The Waifs
9. 27 Jennifers – Mike Doughty

Tuesday, June 23 – 1973

1. Jet – Paul McCartney & Wings
2. Bodhisattva – Steely Dan (featuring a blistering guitar solo from Jeff “Skunk” Baxter – later member of the Doobie Brothers)
3. Tossin’ & Turnin’ – Bunny Sigler
4. Ramblin’ Man – Allman Brothers Band
5. We May Never Pass This Way Again – Seals & Crofts
6. For You – Bruce Springsteen
7. The Love I Lost – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes feat. Teddy Pendergrass
8. Us And Them – Pink Floyd
9. All I Know – Art Garfunkel

Monday, June 22 – 1999

1. Thank You – Dido (sampled in Eminem’s song “Stan”)
2. Drive – Incubus
3. Cookie Dough – Curtis Salgado
4. Take A Picture – Filter
5. Natural Blues – Moby (featuring a sample of “Trouble So Hard” by folk singer Vera Hall)
6. Fa Fa – Guster
7. Treat Me Right – Cesar Rosas
8. Back On Top – Van Morrison
9. All Star – Smash Mouth

Friday, June 19 – Pre-Father’s Day Set

1. Papa Was A Rolling Stone – Temptations (1972)
2. Daughters – John Mayer (2003)
3. Sugar Daddy – Fleetwood Mac (1975)
4. Song For Dad – Keith Urban (2002)
5. Father Of Mine – Everclear (1997)
6. Cats In The Cradle – Harry Chapin (1974) (began as a poem written by Harry’s Wife)
7. My Father’s House – Bruce Springsteen (1982)
8. Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder (1976)
9. The Living Years – Mike & The Mechanics (1988)

Thursday, June 18 – 1982

1. She Shiela – The Producers
2. Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran
3. Love Is A Stranger – Eurythmics
4. Straight Into The Darkness – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
5. Peek – A – Boo – Devo
6. Hard To Say I’m Sorry – Chicago
7. Inside Of Me – Little Steven & The Desciples of Soul
8. Bauhaus – Ziggy Stardust
9. Keep It Tight – Single Bullet Theory (Richmond-based band that became a brief New Wave MTV sensation)

Wednesday, June 17 – 1979

1. Legend – Poco
2. Candy O – Cars
3. (Goin’) Wild For You Baby – Bonnie Raitt
4. Tragedy – Bee Gees (the fifth of six straight #1 songs…tying the Bee Gees with the Beatles)
5. Gotta Serve Somebody – Bob Dylan
6. Surrender – Cheap Trick
7. Rockestra Theme – Paul McCartney & Wings
8. Breakfast In America – Supertramp
9. Longer – Dan Fogelberg

Friday, June 12 – 2006

1. Hearts A Mess – Gotye
2. The Perfect Crime – Decemberists
3. Put Your Records On – Corrine Bailey Rae
4. Ain’t No Reason – Brett Dennen
5. Heart Of Soul – Beth Orton
6. New Shoes – Paulo Nutini
7. This Is Us – Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris
8. Maria – Stephen Kellog and the Sixers
9. Song For You – Alexi Murdoch

Thursday, June 11 – 1997

1. Baby I Love You – B.B. King with Bonnie Raitt
2. Brick – Ben Folds Five
3. Most Precarious – Blues Traveler
4. Staring At The Sun – U2
5. Come Down – Toad The Wet Sprocket
6. Without Expression – John Mellencamp
7. Angel – Sarah McLachlan (for nearly a decade this song has been used to further the mission of the ASPCA)
8. Sex And Candy – Marcy Playground
9. Glass Half Empty – Jonatha Brooke

Wednesday, June 10 – 1978

1. Heart Of Glass – Blondie
2. Good Lovin’ – Grateful Dead
3. Grease – Frankie Valli (Written by Barry Gibb for the Soundtrack to the Motion Picture “Grease”)
4. Zanzibar – Billy Joel
5. Come Together – Aerosmith
6. Werewolves In London – Warren Zevon
7. I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass – Nick Lowe
8. Just What I Needed – Cars
9. Son Of A Son Of A Sailor – Jimmy Buffett

Tuesday, June 9 – 1989

1. I Wish It Would Rain Down – Phil Collins
2. Chasing You Into The Light – Jackson Browne
3. Wall Of Denial – Stevie Ray Vaughan
4. I’m In The Mood – John Lee Hooker with Bonnie Raitt
5. The Way You Do The Things You Do – UB40 (third decade in a row this song was a hit: Temptations-1964. Rita Coolidge-1978)
6. Driver 8 – R.E.M.
7. Fun & Games – Connells
8. Free Fallin’ – Tom Petty
9. Peace In Our Time – Eddie Money

Monday, June 8 – 2004

1. City Of Blinding Lights – U2
2. Lonely Night In Georgia – Marc Broussard
3. The Revolution Starts… – Steve Earle
4. What Am I To You? – Norah Jones
5. Accidentally In Love – Counting Crows (n0minated for Grammy, Oscar and Golden Globe for its part in the movie Shrek 2)
6. Alone Again Or – Calexico
7. Nobody’s Home – Avril Lavigne
8. Zebra – John Butler Trio
9. Love Song – 311

 

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