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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.

Friday, May 22 – 1971

1. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey – Paul McCartney
2. When I Paint My Masterpiece – The Band (yup…a Dylan classic re-done by his former band…The Band!)
3. Gettin’ In Tune – The Who
4. L.A. Woman – The Doors
5. Stairway To Heaven – Led Zeppelin
6. Country Comfort – Elton John
7. That’s All Right – Rod Stewart
8. Me And Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
9. Spanish Harlem – Aretha Franklin

Thursday, May 21 – The Tide Turns 10 Tribute to Bruce Hornsby 

1. Cyclone
2. Country Doctor
3. Funhouse
4. This Too Shall Pass
5. Fortunate Son
6. Comfortably Numb
7. Shadowhand (songs 1-7 from 2011 “Bride Of The Noisemakers” live release)
8. I’m Alive (from 2014 tribute to Jackson Browne “Looking Into You”)
9. The Show Goes On (from 1988 release “Scenes From The Southside” (tune featured on soundtrack to the Ron Howard movie “Backdraft”)

Wednesday, May 20 – 1996

1. She Runs Away – Duncan Shiek
2. A Common Disaster – Cowboy Junkies
3. Live Tomorrow – Chalk Farm
4. Follow You Down – Gin Blossoms
5. Proudest Monkey – Dave Matthews Band
6. Goodnight Elizabeth – Counting Crows
7. If You Could Only See – Tonic
8. Private Conversation – Lyle Lovett
9. I Don’t Want To Wait – Paula Cole (her album “This Fire” released in October of ’96 but this single didn’t peak until Spring of 1988!)

Tuesday, May 19 – 2000

1. Key To The Highway – B.B. King with Eric Clapton
2. What It Is – Mark Knopfler
3. Hanging By A Moment – Lifehouse
4. Things Have Changed – Bob Dylan (yup…this is the one…winner of an Oscar AND a Golden Globe!)
5. Sunday Morning Call – Oasis
6. Elevation – U2
7. Again I Go Unnoticed – Dashboard Confessional
8. Beer – Asylum Street Spankers
9. I’m Like A Bird – Nelly Furtado

Monday, May 18 – 1985

1. Like To Get To Know You Well – Howard Jones
2. Walk Of Life – Dire Straits
3. Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves – Eurythmics with Aretha Franklin
4. Forever Man – Eric Clapton
5. Broken Wings – Mr. Mister
6. Rock And Roll Girls – John Fogerty
7. I Knew The Bride (When She Used To Rock & Roll) – Nick Lowe (written by Nick, but recorded first in ’77 by his pal Dave Edmunds)
8. Slave To Love – Bryan Ferry
9. Stay – Oingo Boingo

Friday, May 15 – 2005

1. We’re In This Together - Ben Lee (inspired after a spiritual pilgrimmage to India where Ben was encouraged to embrace “joy” in his music)
2. Barbecue – Animal Liberation Orchestra
3. If You Want Me To Stay – Sly & The Family Stone and Devin Lima
4. Speed Of Sound – Coldplay
5. Someday Soon – Ben Taylor
6. Louisiana Bayou – Dave Matthews Band
7. Good People – Jack Johnson
8. What I Really Mean – Robert Earle Keen
9. Eli The Barrow Boy – Decemberists

Thursday, May 14 – 1965

1. 1-2-3 – Len Barry
2. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Animals (done in 1964 by the amazing Nina Simone)
3. Lies – Knickerbockers
4. Frosty – Albert Collins
5. You’re So Good To Me – Beach Boys
6. Uptight (Everything’s All Right) – Stevie Wonder
7. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long – Otis Redding
8. Mystic Eyes – Them
9. I Hear A Symphony – Supremes

Wednesday, May 13 – 1988

1. Second Chance – .38 Special
2. What I Am – Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians
3. Rough Night In Jericho – Dreams So Real
4. Under The Milky Way – The Church
5. Jacob’s Ladder – Bruce Hornsby & The Range (#1 song for Huey Lewis in 1986)
6. Angel Of Harlem – U2
7. Domino Dancing – Pet Shop Boys
8. Let It Roll – Little Feat
9. Blue Eyed Soul – Waxing Poetics

Tuesday, May 12 – 1976

1. The Window – Steve Miller Band
2. Captain Jim’s Drunken Dream – James Taylor
3. I’m Your Boogie Man – K.C. & The Sunshine Band
4. Suffragette City – David Bowie
5. Try And Love Again – Eagles
6. Kid Charlamagne – Steely Dan (Inspired by S.F.’s counter culture LSD chemist Owsley Stanley)
7. Sunspot Baby – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
8. Here Come Those Tears Again – Jackson Browne
9. We’re All Alone – Boz Scaggs

Monday, May 11 – 1998

1. King Of The Hill – Bruce Hornsby
2. Hooch – Everything
3. Jump Jive and Wail – Brian Setzer Orchestra (cover of a Louis Prima original from 1956)
4. Start From Scratch – Galactic
5. Circles – Soul Coughing
6. The Difficult Kind – Sheryl Crow
7. Get Myself Arrested – Gomez
8. I Am – Train
9. Christina – Patty Griffin

Friday, May 8 – Word to Your Mother – Cause There’ Ain’t No Other” pre-Mother’s Day Set

1. Mother – John Lennon (1970)
2. Stacy’s Mom – Fountains Of Wayne (2003)
3. Mama Can’t Buy You Love – Elton John (1979)
4. Mama, I’m Coming Home – Ozzy Osbourne (1991) (“Mama” is Ozzy’s wife…Sharon)
5. Mother’s Little Helper – Rolling Stones (1966)
6. Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma – Melanie (1971)
7. Ma Ma Ma Belle – E.L.O. (1974)
8. Mama – Genesis (recorded Live at Wembley 1987 – released in 1992)
9. Your Mother Should Know – Beatles (1967)

Thursday, May 7 – 2001

1. Last Nite – Strokes
2. Fly On The Wall – Marcia Ball
3. Steady Pull – Jonatha Brooke feat. Michael Franti
4. Whipping Boy – Train
5. My Culture – 1 Giant Step feat. Maxi Jazz & Robbie Williams
6. On Your Side – Pete Yorn
7. I Want You – Alana Davis
8. Rolling – Better Than Ezra
9. Picture – Kid Rock feat. Sheryl Crow (Appeared on Kid’s album “Cocky” in late 2001, but didn’t peak on the charts until Spring of ’03)

Wednesday, May 6 – 1972

1. Jealous Guy – Donnie Hathaway
2. One Way Out – Allman Bros. Band
3. Thunder & Lightning – Chi Coltrane
4. Give It Up Or Let Me Go – Bonnie Raitt
5. Rockin’ & Rockin’ – Chuck Berry
6. Listen To The Music – Doobie Bros. (traditional concert closer for the Doobie Brothers)
7. Soldier – Neil Young
8. From The Beginning – Emerson Lake & Palmer
9. Just Got Paid – ZZ Top

Tuesday, May 5 – 1993

1. Fade Into You – Mazzy Star
2. Soul To Squeeze – Red Hot Chili Peppers (featured in the film “Coneheads”)
3. Ordinary World – Duran Duran
4. Paper Walls – Marc Cohn
5. Man On The Moon – R.E.M.
6. Are You Gonna Go My Way – Lenny Kravitz
7. I’m The Only One – Melissa Etheridge
8. Walking In My Shoes – Depeche Mode
9. I Shall Believe – Sheryl Crow

Monday, May 4 – 1980

1. Ghost Riders In The Sky – Outlaws
2. Voices Inside My Head – Police
3. Play The Game – Queen (the LP “The Game” feat. back-to-back #1 hit singles with “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “Another One Bites The Dust”)
4. Keep On Working – Pete Townshend
5. Let Me Love You Tonight – Pure Prairie League
6. Generals And Majors – XTC
7. Play That Fast Thing One More Time – Rockpile
8. Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division
9. Girl U Want – Devo

Friday, May 1 – May Flowers

1. Build Me Up Buttercup – Foundations (1968)
2. Sugar Magnolia – Grateful Dead (1970)
3. Partial To Pansies – Thrillcat (1994)
4. Pictures Of Lily – The Who (1967)
5. Daisy Jane – America (1975)
6. Four Leaf Clover – Abra Moore (1997)
7. Dandelion – Rolling Stones (1967)
8. Wildflowers – Tom Petty (1994)
9. Run For The Roses – Dan Fogelberg (1981) (Pleasant Colony won the Derby the year Dan Fogelberg released what is now the unofficial theme of Derby Day)

Thursday, April 30 – So Long April Showers – songs about the Rain

1. Hat Full Of Rain – Del Amitri (1989)
2. Box Of Rain – Grateful Dead (1970)
3. Here Comes The Rain Again – Eurythmics (1984)
4. Sit And Listen To The Rain – Whiskeytown (2001)
5. Rain On The Scarecrow – John Mellencamp (1985)
6. Who’ll Stop The Rain – CCR (1970) (hit with another “rain” song one year later – 1971′s “Have You Ever Seen The Rain”
7. South Central Rain – R.E.M. (1984)
8. No Rain – Blind Melon (1992)
9. Raining In Baltimore – Counting Crows (1993)

Wednesday, April 29 – 1995

1. Stupid Girl – Garbage (drummer Butch Vig would go on to produce the grunge classic “Nevermind” for Nirvana)
2. Keep On Growing – Sheryl Crow
3. Who Will Save Your Soul – Jewel
4. Name – Goo Goo Dolls
5. Natural One – The Folk Implosion
6. New Beginning – Tracy Chapman
7. Murder Incorporated – Bruce Springsteen
8. Honey White – Morphine
9. Inconsolable – Jonatha Brooke

Tuesday, April 28 – 1974

1. (I’ve Been) Searchin’ So Long – Chicago
2. Same Old Song And Dance – Aerosmith
3. (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding – Brinsley Schwartz
4. King Of Nothing – Seals & Crofts
5. Bad Company – Bad Company
6. Bloody Well Right – Supertramp (was originally released as a B-side single to the song “Dreamer” but became their first US pop hit)
7. For The Turnstiles – Neil Young
8. The Bitch Is Back – Elton John
9. Finding My Way – Rush

Monday, April 27 – 2003

1. What You Get – Damnwells
2. Brighter Than Sunshine – Aqualung
3. Yes I Will – Michael Franti & Spearhead
4. Seven Nation Army – White Stripes (won Grammy for Best Rock Song)
5. The Only Answer – Mike Doughty
6. Soul Refreshing – Robert Randolph
7. Follow Through – Gavin DeGraw
8. Turn Me On – Norah Jones
9. She Don’t Want Nobody Near – Counting Crows

Friday, April 24 – 1964

1. I’m A Loser – Beatles
2. House Of The Rising Sun – Animals
3. Hold On To What You’ve Got – Joe Tex
4. Fun Fun Fun – Beach Boys
5. Glad All Over – Dave Clark Five (first British Invasion group besides the Beatles to have a top-10 hit on the US pop charts)
6. 20-75 – Willie Mitchell
7. Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley
8. Mr. Pitiful – Otis Redding
9. Wishin’ And Hopin’ – Dusty Springfield

Thursday, April 23 – 1981

1. Planet Earth – Duran Duran
2. Hang Fire – Rolling Stones
3. I’m Not The One – Cars
4. Demolition Man – Police
5. Freeze Frame – J. Geils Band (this is the only Title track of the bunch! “Freeze Frame” was their biggest seller thanks to this tune and “Centerfold”)
6. Birds Of Paradise – Pretenders
7. Jerking Back And Forth – Devo
8. The Voice – Moody Blues
9. Hold On Loosly – 38 Special

Wednesday, April 22 – Earth Day tribute to Songs about the Environment

1. Big Yellow Taxi – Joni Mitchell (1970)
2. Another Disaster – The Samples (1992)
3. Look Out Any Window – Bruce Hornsby & The Range (1988)
4. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) – Marvin Gaye (1971) (a cover version by Robert Palmer charted in the top 20 in 1991)
5. Put The Message In The Box – World Party (1990)
6. Earth – Imogen Heap (2009)
7. The Nuclear Song – Craig Carothers
8. Nothing But Flowers – Talking Heads
9. Fall On Me – REM

Tuesday, April 21 – 1973

1. If You Wanna Get To Heaven – Ozark Mountain Daredevils
2. Over The Hills And Far Away – Led Zeppelin
3. Angie – Rolling Stones
4. Brain Damage – Pink Floyd
5. Bluebird – Paul McCartney & Wings
6. Tequila Sunrise – Eagles
7. My Music – Loggins & Messina
8. Right Place, Wrong Time – Dr. John
9. I Got A Name – Jim Croce (sadly this single was released the very day after Jim died in a plane crash)

Monday, April 20 – 1992

1. This Is Cracker Soul – Cracker
2. Not The Only One – Bonnie Raitt
3. Trout – Neneh Cherry with Michael Stipe
4. Friday I’m In Love – The Cure
5. Thorn In My Pride – Black Crowes (one of 4 #1 rock records from the album  ”The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion”)
6. Dorina – dada
7. Always The Last To Know – Del Amitri
8. Great Big Love – Bruce Cockburn
9. Sweet Nadine – Arc Angels

Friday, April 17 – 1976

1. Hotel California – Eagles
2. Rose Of Cimarron – Poco
3. Come To Poppa – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
4. Serenade – Steve Miller Band
5. It’s Over – Boz Scaggs
6. It Keeps You Runnin’ – Doobie Brothers
7. Rich Girl – Hall & Oates (first of 6 #1 hit singles)
8. If You Leave Me Now – Chicago (first of 3 #1 hit singles)
9. How Much Love – Leo Sayer

Thursday, April 16 – 2004

1. Black Horse And The Cherry Tree – K.T. Tunstall
2. Home – Marc Broussard
3. A Life Less Ordinary – Carbon Leaf
4. Those Sweet Words – Norah Jones
5. Gonna Be Some Changes Made – Bruce Hornsby
6. Worn Me Down – Rachel Yamagata
7. Take Your Mama – Scissor Sisters
8. Somewhere Only We Know – Keane
9. Surf’s Up – Brian Wilson (from Brian Wilson’s “Smile” project…originally set for release in 1966 as a follow-up to “Pet Sounds”)

Wednesday, April 15 – Musical Tax Relief “By The Numbers”

1. 1234 – Feist (2007)
2. 40 Dogs – Bob Schneider (2009) (subtitled “Like Romeo and Juliet”)
3. 25 To Midnight – Sting (1996)
4. 27 Jennifers – Mike Doughty (2003)
5. 74-75 – Connells (1993)
6. 25 or 6 to 4 – Chicago (1970)
7. 96 Tears – ? And The Mysterians (1966)
8. 49 Bye Byes – CSN (1969)
9. 6th Avenue Heartache – Wallflowers (1996)

Tuesday, April 14 – 1990

1. She Talks To Angels – Black Crowes
2. The Crying Scene – Aztec Camera
3. Close To You – Maxi Priest
4. Youth of 1000 Summers – Van Morrison
5. I Touch Myself – Divinyls
6. Watershed – Indigo Girls
7. Good Texan – Vaughan Brothers (from the album “Family Style,” released one month after Stevie Ray Vaughan’s tragic passing)
8. King Of Wishful Thinking – Go West
9. The Emperor’s New Clothes – Sinead O’Connor

Monday, April 13 – 1983

1. The Walls Came Down – The Call
2. Crumblin’ Down – John Cougar Mellencamp
3. Whenever You’re On My Mind – Marshall Crenshaw
4. Burning Down The House – Talking Heads
5. Cuts Like A Knife – Bryan Adams
6. New Year’s Day – U2
7. Blister In The Sun – Violent Femmes
8. Red Red Wine – UB40 (a Neil Diamond original, made years later into a #1 hit by UB40)
9. Change – Tears For Fears

Friday, April 10 – 1975

1. Squeeze Box – The Who
2. Say You Love Me – Fleetwood Mac
3. Tonight’s The Night – Neil Young
4. Misty Blue – Dorothy Moore
5. Listen To What The Man Said – Paul McCartney & Wings
6. Lyin’ Eyes – Eagles (Won Grammy for Best Pop Performance)
7. My First Night Alone Without You – Bonnie Raitt
8. Acadian Driftwood – The Band
9. Come To Mama – Ann Peebles

Thursday, April 9 – 1999

1. One Sweet World – Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds
2. Eveything You Want – Vertical Horizon
3. Central Reservation – Beth Orton
4. Sail Away – David Gray
5. Steal My Sunshine – Len
6. Euphoria – Delirium
7. Bodyrock – Moby
8. Let Him Fly – Dixie Chicks
9. Goodnight Moon – Shivaree (song shares the title of a beloved children’s book from 1947)

Wednesday, April 8 – 1986

1. My Baby – Pretenders
2. Crazy Love Pt. II – Paul Simon
3. This Is The Time – Billy Joel
4. Shake You Down – Gregory Abbott
5. Playing With The Boys – Kenny Loggins (song was famously featured in beach volleyball scene in the motion picture “Top Gun”)
6. Mean To Me – Crowded House
7. Mercy Street – Peter Gabriel
8. Tonight, Tonight, Tonight – Genesis
9. Take It As It Comes – Steve Winwood

Tuesday, April 7 – 1972

1. Hello It’s Me – Todd Rundgren
2. Johnny’s Garden – Stephen Stills & Manassas
3. Summer Breeze – Seals & Crofts (covered by the Isely Brothers just two years later…a top 10 soul hit!)
4. Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard – Paul Simon
5. I’ll Be Around – Spinners
6. The Needle And The Damage Done – Neil Young
7. Piece Of Clay – Marvin Gaye
8. Rock Me On The Water – Jackson Browne
9. Honky Cat – Elton John

Monday, April 6 – 2006

1. Learnalilgivinanlovin – Gotye
2. Postcard From Mexico – Kieran Kane & Kevin Welch
3. Girl In The War – Josh Ritter
4. Thrill Of It – Robert Randolph and the Family Band
5. Lady Magic – Ben Taylor
6. Breakable – Ingrid Michaelson
7. You Are Mine – Mutemath (playing 5/16 at 7:00pm on the Runway Stage at the Lava Music Festival – Suffolk Executive Airport)
8. Real Gone – Sheryl Crow
9. Love Is A Losing Game – Amy Winehouse

Friday, April 3 - 1966

1. God Only Knows – Beach Boys
2. 96 Tears – ? & The Mysterians
3. Dr. Robert – Beatles
4. Hold On, I’m Comin’ – Sam and Dave
5. (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone – Monkees
6. I Want You – Bob Dylan
7. Mother’s Little Helper – Rolling Stones
8. Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett (the phrase “ride Sally ride” would be oft repeated in 1983 when Sally Ride became the first American woman in space)
9. Sunny Afternoon – Kinks

Thursday, April 2 - 1982

1. Rio – Duran Duran
2. Take It Away – Paul McCartney
3. Love My Way – Psychedelic Furs
4. I Have The Touch – Peter Gabriel (re-mixed with Robbie Robertson of the Band for the “Phenomenon” soundtrack)
5. Blue Eyes – Elton John
6. A One Story Town – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
7. A Thing Going On – J.J. Cale
8. I Want Candy – Bow Wow Wow
9. Whole Day Off – Oingo Boingo

Wednesday, April 1 – Foolin’ Around for April Fool’s Day!

1. Fool In The Rain – Led Zeppelin (1979)
2. Ship Of Fools – World Party (1986)
3. Fools In Love – Joe Jackson (1979)
4. Only A Fool Would Say That – Steely Dan (1972)
5. Chain Of Fools – Aretha Franklin (1967)
6. Fooled Around And Fell In Love – Elvin Bishop Band (1975) (featuring vocalist Mickey Thomas – later front man for Jefferson Starship)
7. Won’t Get Fooled Again – Who (1971)
8. Fool To Cry – Rolling Stones (1976)
9. Foolin’ – Def Leppard (1983)

Tuesday, March 31 – 1997

1. Secrets And Lies – Jonatha Brooke
2. Sweet Surrender – Sarah McLachlan
3. Free – Alana Davis
4. Discotheque – U2 (due for release in early ’97, song was leaked onto the worldwide web, causing a rush-release in late ’96)
5. Crazy Life – Toad The Wet Sprocket
6. Brick – Ben Folds Five
7. Paying The Cost To Be The Boss – B.B. King and the Rolling Stones
8. Get Out The Map – Indigo Girls
9. Candyman – Vertical Horizon

Monday, March 30 – 1974

1. Movin’ On – Bad Company
2. Bloody Well Right – Supertramp
3. Love Is A Rose – Neil Young (covered in 1975 by Linda Ronstadt)
4. Keep On Smilin’ – Wet Willie
5. Oh Very Young – Cat Stevens
6. China Grove – Doobie Brothers
7. Cats In The Cradle – Harry Chapin
8. Bungle In The Jungle – Jethro Tull
9. Call On Me – Chicago

Friday, March 27 – S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G It Out Set! (songs that spell out words)

1. Respect – Aretha Franklin (1967)
2. M-O-N-E-Y – Lyle Lovett (1987)
3. Crazy Mary – Pearl Jam (1993) (word spelled out was L-O-I-T-E-R-I-N-G)
4. The Safety Dance – Men Without Hats (1983)
5. Lola – Kinks (1970)
6. D-I-V-O-R-C-E – Tammy Wynette (1968)
7. Gloria – Van Morrison with John Lee Hooker (1993)
8. Rolene – Moon Martin (1979)
9. R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A. – John Mellencamp (1985)

Thursday, March 26 – 2002

1. Curbside Prophet – Jason Mraz
2. Lonesome Day – Bruce Springsteen
3. Woodstock – Joni Mitchell (symphonic version)
4. Crimes Of The Witness – Maia Sharp
5. Big Machine – Goo Goo Dolls
6. Sunday Morning – Maroon 5
7. War – Joan Osborne
8. Complicated – Avril Lavigne (nominated for Grammy Song of the Year)
9. Young – Nickel Creek

Wednesday, March 25 – 1973

1. Cheaper To Keep Her – Johnnie Taylor
2. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door – Bob Dylan
3. Blinded By The Light – Bruce Springsteen (released by the Boss as a single, but performed poorly. Later a #1 hit for Manfred Mann’s Earth Band)
4. Band On The Run – Paul McCartney & Wings
5. I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down – Ann Peebles
6. Smiling Faces Sometimes – Rare Earth
7. Jessica – Allman Brothers Band
8. Mind Games – John Lennon
9. Dream On – Aerosmith

Tuesday, March 24 – 1989

1. Saturday Night (USA) – Connells
2. What’s The Matter Here – 10,000 Maniacs
3. Love Letter – Bonnie Raitt
4. Running On Faith – Eric Clapton
5. Angels Of The Silences – Counting Crows (1989 Duritz demo with Sordid Humor)
6. I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – Proclaimers
7. Sowing The Seeds Of Love – Tears For Fears
8. A Face In The Crowd – Tom Petty
9. The Last Worthless Evening – Don Henley

Monday, March 23 – 1994

1. In The Morning – Big Head Todd & The Monsters
2. Bizarre Love Triangle – Frente! (Australian cover of a New Order classic from 1986)
3. Selling The Drama – Live
4. About A Girl – Nirvana
5. It’s A Good Day To Die – Robbie Robertson and the Red Road Ensemble
6. This Must Be The Place – Shawn Colvin
7. New Age Girl – Deadeye Dick
8. Best Of What’s Around – Dave Matthews Band
9. Zombie – Cranberries

Friday, March 20 – 1979

1. Crazy Love – Poco (Album art for “Legend” was done by SNL’s Phil Hartman)
2. I Fought The Law – Clash
3. What A Fool Believes – Doobie Brothers
4. (What’s So Funny’Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding – Elvis Costello and the Attractions
5. Dangerous Type – Cars
6. Message In  A Bottle – Police
7. Goodnight Tonight – Wings
8. Is She Really Going Out With Him? – Joe Jackson
9. Mama Can’t Buy You Love – Elton John

Thursday, March 19 – 1991

1. Dig Down Deep – Marc Cohn
2. Come To Me – Bonnie Raitt
3. Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong – Spin Doctors
4. It’s Only Natural – Crowded House
5. The Frozen Man – James Taylor
6. Come As You Are – Nirvana
7. Driving The Last Spike – Genesis
8. Always On The Run – Lenny Kravitz (co-written with Slash, who originally pitched it to Guns ‘N Roses, only to finish it with his pal Lenny)
9. What’s Good – Lou Reed

Wednesday, March 18 – 1984

1. All She Wants To Do Is Dance – Don Henley
2. My Hometown – Bruce Springsteen
3. Drive – Cars
4. Your Love Is King – Sade
5. Heaven – Bryan Adams (Originally written for the movie “A Night In Heaven” starring Christopher Atkins and Lesley Ann Warren)
6. I Can Dream About You – Dan Hartman
7. The Unforgettable Fire – U2
8. If I’d Been The One – 38 Special
9. Footloose – Kenny Loggins

Tuesday, March 17 – The Tide Goes “Green” for St. Patty’s Day!

1. Green Eyed Lady – Sugarloaf (1970)
2. Green And Gray – Nickel Creek (2002)
3. Green Onions – Booker T. & The MG’s (1962)
4. Green Into Gold – Angie Aparo (1999)
5. Green Grass And High Tides – Outlaws (1975)
6. Green Lights – Aloe Blacc (2010)
7. Little Green – Joni Mitchell (1971)
8. A Certain Shade Of Green – Incubus (2009)
9. Green Eyes – Coldplay (2002)

Monday, March 16 – 1978

1. Money For Nothing – Dire Straits (demo for song orig. 1978)
2. Prove It All Night – Bruce Springsteen
3. Comes A Time – Neil Young
4. My Best Friend’s Girl – Cars
5. Big Shot – Billy Joel
6. Pump It Up – Elvis Costello
7. Steppin’ In A Slide Zone – Moody Blues
8. Tenderness On The Block – Warren Zevon
9. Surrender – Cheap Trick

Friday, March 13 – 1968

1. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) – Jimi Hendrix Experience (this song grew out of a jam session between Jimi and Steve Winwood!)
2. Hey Jude – Beatles
3. Who’s Making Love – Johnnie Taylor
4. No Expectations – Rolling Stones
5. Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
6. Carolina In My Mind – James Taylor
7. Dance To The Music – Sly & The Family Stone
8. Get Thy Bearings – Donovan
9. Corinna – Taj Mahal

Thursday, March 12 – 2000

1. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow – Soggy Bottom Boys (Dan Tyminski)
2. Wild Honey – U2
3. Again – Lenny Kravitz (third of four straight Grammys for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance – “Fly Away,” “American Woman” & “Dig In”)
4. Screaming Infidelities – Dashboard Confessional
5. Where Did It All Go Wrong – Oasis
6. Loser – 3 Doors Down
7. Make You Feel My Love – Joan Osborne
8. Janie Runaway – Steely Dan
9. China – Cowboy Mouth

Wednesday, March 11 – 1970

1. Suite For 20 G – James Taylor
2. Two Of Us – Beatles
3. Lonely Days – Bee Gees
4. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed – Allman Brothers Band
5. Ride Captain Ride – Blues Image
6. Teach Your Children – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Jerry Garcia on Pedal Steel)
7. Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin) – Sly & The Family Stone
8. The Shape I’m In – The Band
9. Freedom Rider – Traffic

Tuesday, March 10 – 1996

1. Desperately Wanting – Better Than Ezra
2. Barely Breathing – Duncan Sheik
3. Three Marlenas – Wallflowers
4. #41 – Dave Matthews Band
5. Lie On Lie – Chalk Farm
6. Whirl-Y-Reel – Afro Celt Sound System
7. Frank Sinatra – Cake
8. Cissy Strut – The Meters
9. Sick In Santorini – dada

Monday, March 9 – 1987

1. Running In The Family – Level 42
2. Ain’t Got You – Bruce Springsteen
3. Bamboleo – Gipsy Kings
4. Memphis In The Meantime – John Hiatt
5. Heat Of The Night – Bryan Adams
6. Like The Weather – 10,000 Maniacs
7. It’s A Sin – Pet Shop Boys
8. With Or Without You – U2
9. Hysteria – Def Leppard

Friday, March 6 – Bruce Hornsby Live – “By Request” Tide turns 10 Set! (all tracks from his “Intersections” retrospective 1985-2005)

1. Fortunate Son/Comfortably Numb
2. Sneaking Up On Boo Radley
3. Shadowhand
4. Sticks & Stones
5. The Chill
6. The Good Life
7. What The Hell Happened
8. Hooray For Tom
9. Candy Mountain Run

Thursday, March 5 – 2005

1. Nothing I Can Do – Ben Taylor
2. Barbecue – Animal Liberation Orchestra
3. Room To Fall – Zorki
4. Gone Pecan – Sonny Landreth
5. Family Affair – Sly & The Family Stone with John Legend and Joss Stone
6. Painless – Mae
7. The Fallen – Franz Ferdinand
8. Breath (2 a.m.) – Anna Nalick
9. Better Together – Jack Johnson

Wednesday, March 4 – 1998

1. Carry Me – Patty Griffin
2. One Belief Away – Bonnie Raitt
3. Who Needs Sleep? – Barenaked Ladies
4. Kind And Generous – Natalie Merchant
5. Broadway – Goo Goo Dolls
6. Try Whistling This – Neil Finn
7. Minnie The Moocher – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
8. Swan Song – Bruce Hornsby
9. Halloween – Dave Matthews Band

Tuesday, March 3 – 1977

1. Boogie Nights – Heatwave
2. Jamming – Bob Marley
3. Little Darlin’ (I Need You) – Doobie Brothers
4. Lonely Boy – Andrew Gold
5. Silver Springs – Fleetwood Mac
6. Indian Summer – Poco
7. Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band
8. Willow – Joan Armatrading
9. Load Out/Stay – Jackson Browne

Monday, March 2 – 1985

1. Things Can Only Get Better – Howard Jones
2. What You Need – INXS
3. Just Another Day – Oingo Boingo
4. Small Town – John Cougar Mellencamp
5. In A Lifetime – Clannad feat. Bono
6. Shadows In The Rain – Sting
7. Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots Of Money) – Pet Shop Boys
8. The Whole Of The Moon – Waterboys
9. White City Fighting – Pete Townshend

Friday, February 27 – “LIVE” on the Tide Set

1. Badge – Eric Clapton (1991) from “24 Nights”
2. Tripping Billies – Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (1999) from “Live At Luther College”
3. Gold Dust Woman – Sheryl Crow and Stevie Nicks (1999) from “Sheryl Crow and Friends – Live From Central Park”
4. In A Daydream – Freddy Jones Band (1994) from “The Freddie Jones Band”
5. A Sort Of Homecoming – U2 (1984) from “The Unforgettable Fire”
6. Dim – dada (2003) from “Live – Official Bootleg – Vol. 1″
7. Walking On The Moon – Police (1995) from “The Police LIVE!” (song from live 1979 performance)
8. Jacob’s Ladder – Bruce Hornsby (2006) from “Intersections 1985-2005″
9. In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins (1990) from “Serious Hits…LIVE!”

Thursday, February 26 – 1969

1. Down On The Corner – CCR
2. You Never Give Me Your Money – Beatles
3. Helpless – Neil Young
4. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – Rolling Stones
5. White Bird – It’s A Beautiful Day
6. 49 Bye Byes – Crosby, Stills & Nash
7. Evil Ways – Santana
8. Fishin’ Blues – Taj Mahal
9. I’m A Man – Chicago

Wednesday, February 25 – 1993

1. Pets – Porno For Pyros
2. Feed The Tree – Belly
3. Into Your Arms – Lemonheads
4. It’s Alright – Big Head Todd & The Monsters
5. Low – Cracker
6. Can’t Do A Thing (To Stop Me) – Chris Isaak
7. James – Huffamoose
8. Gloria – Van Morrison with John Lee Hooker
9. Daddy’s Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car – U2

Tuesday, February 24 – 1971

1. Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones
2. Another Day – Paul McCartney
3. Tired Of Being Alone – Al Green
4. L.A. Woman – Doors
5. (I Know) I’m Losing You – Rod Stewart
6. I Ain’t Blue – Bonnie Raitt
7. Looking For A Love – J. Geils Band
8. Playin’ In The Band – Grateful Dead
9. Theme From “Shaft” – Isaac Hayes

Monday, February 23 – Post-Oscar Soundtrack Set

1. Save Me – Aimee Mann (1999) “Magnolia” soundtrack
2. Live And Let Die – Wings (1973) “Live And Let Die” soundtrack
3. Rock & Roll High School – Ramones (1979) “Rock & Roll High School” soundtrack
4. Thing Called Love – Bonnie Raitt (1989) “The Thing Called Love” movie
5. Grease – Frankie Valli (1978) “Grease” soundtrack
6. Don’t You Forget About Me – Simple Minds (1985) “The Breakfast Club” soundtrack
7. When She Loved Me – Randy Newman & Sarah McLachlan (1999) “Toy Story 2″ soundtrack
8. Playing With The Boys – Kenny Loggins (1986) “Top Gun” soundtrack
9. Stay (I Missed You) -Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (1994) “Reality Bites” soundtrack

 

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