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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, February 12, 2016 – 1992

1. War Of Man – Neil Young
2. Typical Situation – Dave Matthews Band
3. Battle Of Evermore – The Lovemongers
4. These Are Days – 10,000 Maniacs
5. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight -R.E.M.
6. Tennessee – Arrested Development
7. Don’t Know Why – Shawn Colvin
8. Thorn In My Pride – Black Crows
9. Buddy X – Neneh Cherry (rumored to be about Lenny Kravitz)

Thursday, February 11, 2016 – 1981

1. Her Town Too – James Taylor & J.D. Souther
2. Message Of Love – Pretenders
3. Edge Of Seventeen – Stevie Nicks
4. Spirits In The Material World – Police
5. Urgent – Foreigner (featured sax solo by Junior Walker)
6. Let’s Groove – Foreigner
7. Open Arms – Journey
8. In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
9. Dancing With Myself – Billy Idol

Wednesday, February 10, 2016 – 2003

1. Bright Lights – Matchbox Twenty
2. Higher Ground – Eric Clapton (recorded for “Conception: An Interpretation of Stevie Wonder’s Songs”)
3. King Of Grey – Will Hoge
4. Dodo – Dave Matthews
5. Clarity – John Mayer
6. The First Single (You Know Me) – The Format
7. The Horizon Has Been Defeated – Jack Johnson
8. Going In The Right Direction – Robert Randolph and The Family Band
9. Overkill – Colin Hay

Tuesday, February 09, 2016 – 1970

1. I Heard It Through The Grapevine – C.C.R.
2. Revival – Allman Bros. Band
3. Comin’ Home – Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
4. Everybody I Love You – C.S.N.&Y.
5. Cecilia – Simon & Garfunkel
6. Your Song – Elton John
7. Hey Hey What Can I Do – Led Zeppelin (not originally on a Led Zep album, but rather the B-side to the single “Immigrant Song”)
8. My Sweet Lord – George Harrison
9. Into The Mystic – Van Morrison

Monday, February 08, 2016 – 1967

1. Penny Lane – Beatles
2. Smiling Phases – Traffic
3. Save Me – Aretha Franklin
4. David Watts – Kinks
5. Back Door Man – Doors (a Howling Wolf original)
6. Funky Broadway – Wilson Pickett
7. Foxey Lady – Jimi Hendrix
8. Itchycoo Park – Small Faces
9. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher – Jackie Wilson

Friday, February 05, 2016 – 1983

1. Gone Daddy Gone – Violent Femmes
2. Synchronicity II – Police
3. Eyes Without A Face – Billy Idol
4. Radio Free Europe – R.E.M.
5. Rockit – Herbie Hancock (song was a showcase for an emerging movement called “turntablism”)
6. This Must Be The Place – Talking Heads
7. 40 – U2
8. Texas Flood – Stevie Ray Vaughan
9. If Anyone Falls – Stevie Nicks

Thursday, February 04, 2016 – 2006

1. Stop This Train – John Mayer
2. How We Operate – Gomez
3. Shut Your Eyes – Snow Patrol
4. Betterman – John Butler Trio
5. Learnalilgivinanlovin’ – Gotye (real name Wally DeBacker)
6. Is It Any Wonder – Keane
7. Love Is A Losing Game – Amy Winehouse
8. Crazy – Ray LaMontagne
9. Autumn – Paolo Nutini

Wednesday, February 03, 2016 – 1990

1. I’ve Been Thinking About You – Londonbeat
2. There She Goes – The La’s
3. Man In The Box – Alice In Chains
4. Trademark – Eric Johnson
5. Don’t Fence Me In – David Byrne (recorded for the first in a series of AIDS benefit cds for Red Hot + Blue)
6. Waited Up – the Samples
7. That Is Why – Jellyfish
8. Tick Tock – Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan
9. Come Back Down – Toad The Wet Sprocket

Tuesday, February 02, 2016 – 1986

1. Ship Of Fools – World Party
2. Big Time – Peter Gabriel
3. To Be A Lover – Billy Idol (initially a Memphis Soul Classic in 1968 by Booker T. Jones and William Bell)
4. Back In The Highlife Again – Steve Winwood
5. Amanda – Boston
6. Under African Skies – Paul Simon
7. In Too Deep – Genesis
8. I’m No Angel – Gregg Allman
9. I’ll Be Over You – Toto

Monday, February 01, 2016 – 1972 (reprise)

1. Your Mama Don’t Dance – Loggins & Messina
2. Cassidy – Bob Weir
3. Smoke On The Water – Deep Purple
4. After Midnight – J.J. Cale (covered by Eric Clapton)
5. Rock And Roll Pt. 2 – Gary Glitter
6. Jackie Wilson Said – Van Morrison
7. The Right Thing To Do – Carly Simon
8. Heart Of Gold – Neil Young
9. Going Down – Jeff Beck

Friday, January 29, 2016 – 1965

1. Tired Of Waiting For You – Kinks
2. Like A Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan
3. 634-5789 – Wilson Pickett
4. Pushing Too Hard – The Seeds
5. The Sound Of Silence – Simon & Garfunkel
6. I’m Free – Rolling Stones (covered in 1990 by the Soup Dragons)
7. Let Him Run Wild – Beach Boys
8. California Dreamin’ – The Mamas & The Papas
9. In My Life – Beatles

Thursday, January 28, 2016 – 1999

1. Typical Situation – Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (live at Luther College)
2. Desert Rose – Sting
3. Colorblind – Counting Crows
4. Where Was I – Kenny Wayne Shepherd
5. I’ll Never Fall In Love Again – Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach
6. Murder (Or A Heart Attack) – Old 97′s
7. Cadillac – Push Stars
8. Someday – Sugar Ray
9. Shackled – Vertical Horizon

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 – 1982

1. Turn Your Back On Love – Crosby, Stills & Nash
2. Eminence Front – The Who
3. Beat Surrender – The Jam
4. Should I Stay Or Should I Go – The Clash
5. Hot In The City – Billy Idol
6. My City Was Gone – Pretenders
7. Love In Store – Fleetwood Mac
8. Bang On The Drum – Todd Rundgren
9. Billie Jean – Michael Jackson (on of MJ’s many #1 hits that made him the King of Pop)

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 – 2004

1. Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand
2. Chocolate – Snow Patrol
3. Walk Away – Kelly Clarkson
4. Hard Road – Sam Roberts
5. Float On – Modest Mouse
6. Vertigo – U2
7. Jolene – Ray LaMontagne
8. Sweet Potato Pie – Ray Charles and James Taylor (released posthumously in Aug. of 2004 following Ray’s death in June of that year)
9. Breathe (2 a.m.) – Anna Nalick

Monday, January 25, 2016 – 1972

1. Your Mama Don’t Dance – Loggins & Messina
2. Cassidy – Bob Weir
3. Smoke On The Water – Deep Purple
4. After Midnight – J.J. Cale (covered by Eric Clapton)
5. Rock And Roll Pt. 2 – Gary Glitter
6. Jackie Wilson Said – Van Morrison
7. The Right Thing To Do – Carly Simon
8. Heart Of Gold – Neil Young
9. Going Down – Jeff Beck

Friday, January 22, 2016 – 1997

1. Song 2 – Blur
2. Everything’s Broken – Kenny Wayne Shepherd (written by Bob Dylan for his 1989 album “Oh Mercy”)
3. Murder – Alana Davis
4. Save Tonight – Eagle Eye Cherry
5. I’ll Buy You A New Life – Everclear
6. Jumper – Third Eye Blind
7. Desire – Toad The Wet Sprocket
8. Sweet Surrender – Sarah McLachlan
9. Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It – Will Smith

Thursday, January 21, 2016 – 1984

1. We Belong – Pat Benatar
2. Making Contact – Bruce Cockburn
3. 7 Chinese Brothers – R.E.M.
4. Close (To The Edit) – Art Of Noise
5. Never You Done That – General Public
6. Show Me – Pretenders
7. Along Comes A Woman – Chicago
8. Glory Days – Bruce Springsteen (the fifth of seven Top-10 singles released from the album “Born In The USA”)
9. Scuttle Buttin’ – Stevie Ray Vaughan

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 – 2002

1. She Will Be Loved – Maroon 5
2. Waiting On A Sunny Day – Bruce Springsteen
3. C’mon C’mon – Sheryl Crow with Stevie Nicks
4. The Zephyr Song – Red Hot Chili Peppers
5. Not Pretty Enough – Kasey Chambers
6. Closer To You – Wallflowers
7. I’ll Do Anything – Jason Mraz
8. Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
9. Butterfly In Reverse – Counting Crows (co-written and sung with Ryan Adams)

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 – 1974

1. Diamond Dogs – David Bowie
2. Spanish Moon – Little Feat
3. Court And Spark – Joni Mitchell
4. Black Water – Doobie Brothers
5. Happy Man – Chicago
6. Time Waits For No One – Rolling Stones
7. Tin Man – America (written band co-founder Dewey Bunnell, who celebrates his 63rd birthday today!)
8. Fountain Of Sorrow – Jackson Browne
9. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – Elton John

Monday, January 18, 2016 – 1994

1. The Right Time – Hoodoo Gurus
2. Hook – Blues Traveler
3. Clown Strike – Elvis Costello
4. Longing In Their Hearts – Bonnie Raitt
5. Hallelujia – Jeff Buckley (when songwriter Leonard Cohen wrote this song, he started with 80 verses!)
6. Return To Innocence – Enigma
7. You Were Meant For Me – Jewel
8. No Excuses – Alice In Chains
9. Warehouse – Dave Matthews Band

Friday, January 15, 2016 – 1987

1. Luka – Suzanne Vega
2. In God’s Country – U2 (Bono dedicated this song to the Statue of Liberty)
3. Black & Blue – Lyle Lovett
4. Devil Inside – INXS
5. Mary’s Prayer – Danny Wilson
6. Hey Jack Kerouac – 10,000 Maniacs
7. Always On My Mind – Pet Shop Boys
8. Hell In A Bucket – Grateful Dead
9. Mony Mony (live) – Billy Idol

Thursday, January 14, 2016 – 1975

1. Walk This Way – Aerosmith
2. No Woman No Cry – Bob Marley
3. That’s The Way Of The World – Earth, Wind & Fire (title tune from soundtrack album/movie of the same name)
4. Have A Cigar – Pink Floyd
5. Old Days – Chicago
6. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover – Paul Simon
7. Crystal – Fleetwood Mac
8. Born To Run – Bruce Springsteen
9. Philadelphia Freedom – Elton John

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 – 1964

1. Eight Days A Week – The Beatles
2. The Times They Are A-Changing – Bob Dylan
3. My Guy – Mary Wells
4. You Really Got Me – The Kinks
5. Girls On The Beach – The Beach Boys
6. Goldfinger – Shirley Bassey
7. Baby Please Don’t Go – Them (this blues classic dates back to 1935!)
8. Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley
9. It’s All Over Now – The Rolling Stones

Tuesday, January 12, 2016 – 2000

1. Be Like That – 3 Doors Down
2. Treat Her Like A Lady – Alvin Youngblood Hart
3. Riding With The King – B.B. King & Eric Clapton (written by John Hiatt for his album of the same name in 1983)
4. Low Life – Roland Orzabal
5. I Am – Train
6. Mad Season – Matchbox Twenty
7. Absolutely (Story Of A Girl) – Nine Days
8. Shiver – Coldplay
9. Woodstock – Eva Cassidy

Monday, January 11, 2016 – David Bowie – A Tide Tribute

1. Fame (1975) from the album “Young Americans”
2. Day-In Day-Out (1987) from the album “Never Let Me Down”
3. Space Oddity (1969) from the album “David Bowie”
4. Ashes To Ashes (1980) from the album “Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)”
5. Golden Years (1975) from the album “Station To Station”
6. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (1982) from the motion picture soundtrack “Cat People”
7. Rebel Rebel (1974) from the album “Diamond Dogs”
8. This Is Not America (1985) with the Pat Metheny Group – from the motion picture soundtrack “The Falcon & The Snowman”
9. Changes (1971) from the album “Hunky Dory”

Friday, January 8, 2016 – 1973

1. Waitin’ For The Bus – ZZ Top
2. Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder
3. Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) – Rolling Stones (featured Billy Preston on Keyboards)
4. For The Love Of Money – O’Jays
5. Doing It To Death – James Brown
6. Take It Easy – Jackson Browne
7. Rosalita – Bruce Springsteen
8. Making Whoopee! – Harry Nilsson
9. Jimmy Loves Mary-Ann – Looking Glass

Thursday, January 7, 2016 – 1991

1. Alive – Pearl Jam
2. No Business – Bonnie Raitt
3. Pain Lies On The Riverside – Live
4. All I Want – Toad The Wet Sprocket
5. Soul Of A Man – Bruce Cockburn
6. One – U2 (band almost broke up over the direction of this song and the album “Achtung Baby”)
7. Tall Trees – Crowded House
8. Little Wing – Stevie Ray Vaughan
9. Dreamline – Rush

Wednesday, January 6, 2016 – 2007

1. 1234 – Feist (became a hit after being featured on an iPod Nano commercial)
2. You Haven’t Done Nothin’ – Joe Cocker
3. Everybody Knows – Ryan Adams
4. Bubbly – Colbie Caillat
5. Grace Kelly – MIKA
6. Listening To Levon – Marc Cohn
7. Saving My Face – K.T. Tunstall
8. City Of Immigrants – Steve Earle
9. You’re The World To Me – David Gray

Tuesday, January 5, 2016 – 1989

1. Shotgun Down The Avalanche – Shawn Colvin (from the album “Steady On” – featuring Bruce Hornsby on Piano)
2. Texas – Chris Rea
3. Fascination Street – The Cure
4. Have A Heart – Bonnie Raitt
5. What It Takes – Aerosmith
6. Trouble Me – 10,000 Maniacs
7. Guitar Shop – Jeff Beck
8. Bad Love – Eric Clapton
9. Heart Shaped World – Chris Isaak

Monday, January 4, 2016 – 1979

1. Head Games – Foreigner
2. Communique – Dire Straits
3. Kid – Pretenders
4. The Long Run – Eagles
5. Accidents Will Happen – Elvis Costello
6. Sunday Papers – Joe Jackson
7. We Live For Love – Pat Benatar
8. All My Love – Led Zeppelin
9. Take The Long Way Home – Supertramp

Thursday, December 31 – “Sweet ’16″ musically welcoming in 2016

1. Sixteen Candles – The Crests (1958) (covered in the movie of the same name by The Stray Cats)
2. Christine Sixteen – Gin Blossoms (1994)
3. Only Sixteen – Dr. Hook (1976)
4. Sweet 16 – Billy Idol (1986)
5. 16 Days – Whiskeytown (1997)
6. Sweet Little Sixteen – Beatles (1963)
7. Sweet Sixteen – B.B. King (1970)
8. You’re Sixteen (You’re Beautiful, And You’re Mine) – Ringo Starr (1970)
9. Sixteen In July – Avett Brothers (2006)

Wednesday, December 30 – 1966

1. Good Vibrations – Beach Boys
2. I Feel Free – Cream
3. Scarborough Fair – Simon & Garfunkel
4. Jimmy Mack – Martha & The Vandellas
5. She Said She Said – Beatles (inspired by an acid trip with Peter Fonda and the Byrds)
6. Fortune Teller – Rolling Stones
7. Dedicated Follower Of Fashion – Kinks
8. (I Know) I’m Losing You – Temptations
9. Theme to “The Monkees” – The Monkees

Tuesday, December 29 – 1985

1. Voices Carry – ‘Til Tuesday
2. And She Was – Talking Heads
3. What You Need – INXS
4. R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A. – John Mellencamp
5. Look At Little Sister – Stevie Ray Vaughan
6. Would I Lie To You? – Eurythmics
7. (Don’t You) Forget About Me – Simple Minds (This eventual #1 hit was first offered to Cy Curnin of the Fixx, Bryan Ferry and Billy Joel)
8. Don’t Come Around Here No More – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
9. Brothers In Arms – Dire Straits

Friday, December 18 – Wacky Wish List

1. 40 Dogs – Bob Schneider
2. Bad Sneakers – Steely Dan
3. Blue Telescope – John Hiatt
4. Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen
5. Have a Cigar – Pink Floyd
6. Barbeque – A.L.O.
7. Box of Rain – Grateful Dead
8. Cannonball – The Breeders
9. Beer – Asylum Street Spankers

Thursday, December 17 – 1996

1. 6 Underground – Sneaker Pimps
2. So Much To Say – Dave Matthews Band
3. Colored People – DC Talk
4. A Long December – Counting Crows
5. Wise Up – Aimee Mann (written for the soundtrack to “Jerry Maguire”)
6. The Old Apartment – Barenaked Ladies
7. Redemption Day – Sheryl Crow
8. Key West Intermezzo – John Mellencamp
9. Sunshine Superman – Rickie Lee Jones

Wednesday, December 16 – 2005

1. How To Save A Life – The Fray
2. Spirit In The Sky – Blind Boys Of Alabama
3. Talk – Coldplay (Chris Martin inspired to write this song after listening to Kraftwerk’s “Computer Love”)
4. Amber Awaits – Blues Traveler
5. Hell Yes – Beck
6. The One I Love – David Gray
7. I Am In Love With You – Imogen Heap
8. Dream Girl – Dave Matthews Band
9. 16 Military Wives – Decemberists

Tuesday, December 15 – 1978

1. So It Goes – Nick Lowe
2. You Love The Thunder – Jackson Browne
3. Trick Of The Light – The Who
4. Wavelength – Van Morrison
5. Mañana – Jimmy Buffett
6. Sultans Of Swing – Dire Straits
7. Magnet And Steel – Walter Egan (written about Stevie Nicks)
8. So Lonely – Police
9. Rosalinda’s Eyes – Billy Joel

Friday, December 11 – 1998

1. Since I Don’t Have You – Brian Setzer Orchestra (1958 original by the Skyliners has been covered by Art Garfunkel and Guns ‘N’ Roses)
2. Shimmer – Shawn Mullins
3. King Of May – Natalie Merchant
4. Slide – Goo Goo Dolls
5. Flat Tire – Athenaeum
6. California Stars – Wilco with Billy Bragg
7. Rapunzel – Dave Matthews Band
8. Fly Away – Lenny Kravitz
9. Turning Of The Tide – Richard Thompson

Thursday, December 10 – 2001

1. Back To You – John Mayer
2. Like Humans Do – David Byrne
3. New Dress – Jonatha Brooke
4. Good Day – Luce
5. I Did It – Dave Matthews Band
6. When You’re Falling – Afro Celt Sound System with Peter Gabriel
7. The Modern Age – The Strokes
8. Flake – Jack Johnson
9. Where’s The Moment – Action Figure Party (AFP is the brainchild of Greg Kurstin – producer and co-writer of Adele’s #1 monster hit “Hello”)

Wednesday, December 9 – 1970

1. El Condor Pasa (If I Could) – Simon and Garfunkel
2. Stage Fright – The Band
3. Little Wing – Derek & The Dominoes
4. Love The One You’re With – Stephen Stills
5. ABC – Jackson 5
6. Border Song – Elton John
7. Going To Mexico – Steve Miller Band
8. Run Through The Jungle – CCR
9. Oh, Suzannah! – James Taylor (an Anthem of American anthems – Stephen Foster – 1848)

Tuesday, December 8 – 1988

1. Common Ground – Rhythm Corps
2. Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution – Tracy Chapman
3. Finish What Ya Started – Van Halen
4. Sister Madly – Crowded House
5. Turn You Inside Out – R.E.M.
6. Handle With Care – Traveling Wilburys
7. Desire – U2 (from the album “Rattle and Hum” – produced by Jimmy Iovine, who also spent two years as a mentor on American Idol)
8. All Fired Up – Pat Benatar
9. Happy Ever After – Julia Fordham

Monday, December 7 – 1993

1. A Murder Of One – Counting Crows
2. All Apologies – Nirvana
3. It’s About Time – Lemonheads
4. Water From A Vine Leaf – William Orbit
5. Walk Through The World – Marc Cohn
6. Can’t Cry Anymore – Sheryl Crow
7. What Is Love All About – World Party
8. Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Tom Petty
9. The Glutton Of Sympathy – Jellyfish

Friday, December 4 – 2003

1. Rodeo Clowns – Jack Johnson
2. Bigger Than My Body – John Mayer (John’s 2003 release “Heavier Things” debuted at #1 on the album chart)
3. Doesn’t Have To Be That Way – Will Hoge
4. Closer To Me – Dar Williams
5. Ways + Means – Mike Doughty
6. Hey Girl – O.A.R.
7. El Salvador – Athlete
8. Red Light – Jonny Lang
9. Peter Pan – Patty Griffin (live)

Thursday, December 3 – 1980

1. Watching The Wheels – John Lennon
2. Turn It On Again – Genesis
3. Cadillac Ranch – Bruce Springsteen
4. Fashion – David Bowie
5. Biggest Part of Me – Ambrosia
6. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da – The Police
7. One Trick Pony – Paul Simon
8. Romeo And Juliet – Dire Straits (covered beautifully by the Indigo Girls in 1992)
9. Hit Me With Y0ur Best Shot – Pat Benatar

Wednesday, December 2 – 1968

1. Spinning Wheel – Blood, Sweat & Tears
2. Revolution – Beatles
3. I Ain’t Got Nobody (For Real) – Sly & The Family Stone
4. Cry Like A Baby – Box Tops
5. Bookends – Simon & Garfunkel (shortest song ever featured on the 9@9…1:16!)
6. The Weight – The Band
7. Hooked On A Feeling – B.J. Thomas
8. Think – Aretha Franklin
9. One – Three Dog Night

Tuesday, December 1 – 1977

1. Long Long Way From Home – Foreigner
2. Shame – Evelyn “Champagne” King (Evelyn was only 17 when she had this…her first top 10 smash)
3. Solsbury Hill – Peter Gabriel
4. Love Needs A Heart – Jackson Browne
5. Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac
6. Aja – Steely Dan
7. Jammin’ – Bob Marley
8. The Core – Eric Clapton with Marcy Levy
9. If I Keep My Heart Out Of Sight – James Taylor

Monday, November 30 – 1995

1. Down – 311
2. Head Over Feet – Alanis Morissette
3. Fear Of Falling – The Badlees
4. Swing Street – Bruce Hornsby
5. My Friends – Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. You Got It – Bonnie Raitt
7. Rosalia – Better Than Ezra
8. Blade Of Grass – Asylum Street Spankers
9. Devil’s Diary – The Caulfields (band named for Holden Caulfield – the protagonist of J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher In The Rye”)

Wednesday, November 25 – 1971

1. A Song For You – Donnie Hathaway (written by Leon Russell)
2. Bluebird – Bonnie Raitt
3. Mr. Big Stuff – Jean Knight
4. Bang A Gong (Get It On) – T. Rex
5. Little Green – Joni Mitchell
6. Behind Blue Eyes – The Who
7. Maggie May – Rod Stewart
8. Bitch – Rolling Stones
9. God’s Children – Kinks

Tuesday, November 24 – 2006

1. What I Do – Donald Fagen
2. You Know I’m No Good – Amy Winehouse
3. Children Of December – The Slip
4. Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That – Robert Randolph and the Family Band
5. Wonderful World – James Morrison
6. I’m So Gone – Jackie Greene
7. Typical – Mutemath
8. Bad Day – Daniel Powter (was the 2006 elimination song for American Idol)
9. You Belong To Me – Ben Taylor

Monday, November 23 – 1981

1. Leather & Lace – Stevie Nicks and Don Henley
2. Talk Of The Town – Pretenders
3. The Waiting – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
4. Centerfold – J. Geils Band (#1 pop hit for 6 straight weeks)
5. Waiting For The Bus – Violent Femmes
6. Under Pressure – Queen and David Bowie
7. Promises In The Dark – Pat Benatar
8. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic – Police
9. Leader Of The Band – Dan Fogelberg

Friday, November 20 – 1976

1. Blue Wind – Jeff Beck
2. Breakdown – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
3. Disco Inferno – The Trammps (not a hit until 1978 after it appeared on the soundtrack to “Saturday Night Fever”)
4. So Fine – Electric Light Orchestra
5. Long May You Run – Stills-Young Band
6. Hitch A Ride – Boston
7. Lowdown – Boz Scaggs
8. Take The Money And Run – Steve Miller Band
9. Tom Traubert’s Blues – Tom Waits

Thursday, November 19 – 1992

1. Senses Working Overtime – XTC
2. Everybody Hurts – R.E.M.
3. Somebody To Shove – Soul Asylum
4. Round Of Blues – Shawn Colvin
5. Jenny Says – Cowboy Mouth (frontman is drummer Fred LeBlanc)
6. Digging In The Dirt – Peter Gabriel
7. Ashes To Ashes – Wallflowers
8. Under The Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers
9. I See The Light – Cracker

Wednesday, November 18 – 1983

1. Stand Back – Stevie Nicks
2. Wrapped Around Your Finger – Police
3. Uncertain Smile – The The
4. For A Rocker – Jackson Browne (a tribute to James Honeyman Scott of the Pretenders)
5. Our Lips Are Sealed – Fun Boy Three
6. In A Big Country – Big Country
7. The Hurting – Tears For Fears
8. That’s All – Genesis
9. Blue World – Moody Blues

Tuesday, November 17 – 1972

1. Fire In The Hole – Steely Dan
2. Tumblin’ Dice – Rolling Stones
3. Trying To Live My Life Without You – Otis Clay (a top 5 hit for Bob Seger in 1981)
4. Old Man – Neil Young
5. City Of New Orleans – Arlo Guthrie
6. Love Me Like A Man – Bonnie Raitt
7. C Moon – Paul McCartney
8. RC Cola And Moon Pie – NRBQ
9. For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her – Simon And Garfunkel

Monday, November 16 – 2004

1. Somebody Told Me – Killers
2. Heaven – Los Lonely Boys
3. Suddenly I See – K.T. Tunstall
4. Theologians – Wilco
5. How Come – Ray LaMontagne
6. Scar – Missy Higgins
7. Killing Me – Graham Colton Band
8. Portions For Foxes – Rilo Kiley
9. All Because Of You – U2 (from “How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb” – an album that won 9 Grammys out of 9 nominations)

Friday, November 13 – “The Wright Stuff” Friday the 13th  GOOD Luck Set for Kristin Wright

1. How She Threw It All Away – The Style Council
2. Troublemaker – Weezer
3. Counting Backwards – Throwing Muses
4. Rebirth Of Slick – Digable Planets
5. Root Down – Beastie Boys
6. Lights Out – Santigold (this song given major awareness through a Bud Light commercial)
7. Into Action – Tim Armstrong with Skye Sweetnam
8. Hayfever – Trashcan Sinatras
9. Between Something And Nothing – The Ocean Blue

Thursday, November 12 – 1986

1. We’re Ready – Boston
2. Smoking Gun – Robert Cray
3. Willie The Wimp – Stevie Ray Vaughan
4. Graceland – Paul Simon
5. Poor Poor Pitiful Me – Warren Zevon (10 yr. anniv. re-release)
6. Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel
7. Thorn In My Side – Eurythmics
8. You Can Leave Your Hat On – Joe Cocker (originally from 1972 by Randy Newman)
9. Throwing It All Away – Genesis

Wednesday, November 11 – Southside Tide Turns “Two” Set!

1. Two Step – Dave Matthews Band (1996)
2. Synchronicity II - Police (1983)
3. Two Of Us – Beatles (1970) (was originally due to be titled “On Our Way Home”)
4. Waltz, No.2 - Elliot Smith (1998)
5. Love Me Two Times – Doors (1967)
6. Two Hearts – Bruce Springsteen (1980)
7. Two Tickets To Paradise – Eddie Money (1977)
8. When Two And Two Are Five – The Story (1993)
9. Two Hearts Beat As One – U2 (1983)

Tuesday, November 10 – 1974

1. Everlasting Love – Carl Carlton
2. Ol’ 55 – Eagles
3. Down To You – Joni Mitchell
4. U.S. Blues – Grateful Dead
5. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – Elton John (peaked at #2 in the U.S. but a live version released in 1991 with George Michael went to #1)
6. Feats Don’t Fail Me Now – Little Feat
7. Call Me The Breeze – Lynyrd Skynyrd
8. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg – Rolling Stones
9. Ready – Cat Stevens

Monday, November 9 – 1990

1. Falling – Angelo Badalamente feat. Julee Cruise (vocal theme from David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks”)
2. Across The River – Bruce Hornsby
3. Hole Hearted – Extreme
4. Right Here, Right Now – Jesus Jones
5. Suicide Blonde – INXS
6. Amber Awaits – Blues Traveler
7. Get A Gun – Connells
8. Jealous Again – Black Crowes
9. I Touch Myself – Divinyls

Friday, November 6 – 1969

1. Guinnevere – Crosby, Stills & Nash (inspired in part by Joni Mitchell)
2. Get Back – Beatles
3. Lodi – CCR
4. Space Oddity – David Bowie
5. Street Fighting Man – Rod Stewart
6. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window – Joe Cocker
7. Come And Get It – Badfinger
8. Listen – Chicago
9. Atlantis – Donovan

Thursday, November 5 – 2002

1. Harder To Breathe – Maroon 5
2. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face – Coldplay
3. Safe And Sound – Sheryl Crow
4. Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
5. Smiling Faces Sometimes – Joan Osborne
6. Father And Daughter – Paul Simon (nominated for the Best Song Academy Award – From the soundtrack to the “Wild Thornberrys”)
7. You’ll Think Of Me – Keith Urban
8. Alone – Susan Tedeschi
9. Willing To Burn – Maia Sharp

Wednesday, November 4 – 1975

1. Holdin’ On To Yesterday – Ambrosia
2. Black Friday – Steely Dan
3. Attitude Dancing – Carly Simon
4. Low Rider – War
5. Freeway Jam – Jeff Beck (Produced by Beatles Producer Sir George Martin)
6. Tangled Up In Blue – Bob Dylan
7. The Hustle – Van McCoy
8. Thunder Road – Bruce Springsteen
9. Heard It On The X – ZZ Top

Tuesday, November 3 – 1999

1. You’re A God – Vertical Horizon
2. Hanginaround – Counting Crows
3. This Time – Los Lobos
4. Yeah, Whatever – Splender
5. Barrel Of A Gun – Guster
6. Magdalene Laundries – Chieftains with Joni Mitchell
7. The American – Angie Aparo
8. Otherside – Red Hot Chili Peppers
9. Blueberry Hill – Bruce Cockburn (a 40′s tune, made a classic in 1956 by Fats Domino)

Monday, November 2 – 1982

1. The Bitterest Pill – The Jam
2. Wishing (I Had A Photograph Of You) – A Flock Of Seagulls
3. Think I’m In Love – Eddie Money
4. Sexual Healing – Marvin Gaye
5. Don’t Go – Yaz
6. Down Under – Men At Work (second straight U.S. #1…follow-up to “Who Can It Be Now?”)
7. Love In Store – Fleetwood Mac
8. Don’t Change – INXS
9. Delta – Crosby, Stills & Nash

Friday, October 30 – The Tide’s Musical “Trick” or “Treat” set!

1. One Trick Pony – Paul Simon (1980)
2. You Don’t Treat Me No Good No More – Sonia Dada (1992)
3. Trick Of The Light – The Who (1978)
4. Treat Her Like A Lady – Alvin Youngblood Hart (2000)
5. Your Latest Trick – Dire Straits (1985)
6. Treat Her Right – The Commitments (1991)
7. A Trick Of The Tail – Genesis (1976)
8. Treat Me Right – Grace Potter and the Nocternals (2006) (Thurs. November 5th LIVE at the NORVA! Join the L.A.B. and win tickets!)
9. It’s Tricky – Run D.M.C. (1986)

Thursday, October 29 – 1973

1. We May Never Pass This Way Again – Seals and Crofts
2. Sugar Magnolia – Grateful Dead (first appeared on “American Beauty” in 1970…re-released in ’73 from film “Sunshine Daydream”)
3. These Days – Gregg Allman
4. D’yer Mak’er – Led Zeppelin
5. Superstition – Beck, Bogert & Appice
6. Kodachrome – Paul Simon
7. Sideshow – Blue Magic
8. The Joker – Steve Miller Band
9. The Payback – James Brown

Wednesday, October 28 – 1984

1. It’s Only Love – Bryan Adams w/ Tina Turner
2. Lovers In A Dangerous Time – Bruce Cockburn
3. Never You Done That – General Public
4. I’m On Fire – Bruce Springsteen
5. I Send A Message – INXS
6. Sunset Grill – Don Henley
7. Strange Things Happen – Billy Bragg
8. Here Comes The Rain Again – Eurythmics (this song from the album “Touch” released in Nov., just months after LP “Sweet Dreams” in January)
9. 7 Chinese Bros. – R.E.M.

Tuesday, October 27 – 2000

1. Jack Of Speed – Steely Dan  (from the Grammy winning Album of the Year “Two Against Nature”)
2. You’re The One – Paul Simon
3. Last Beautiful Girl – Matchbox Twenty
4. Sour Girl – Stone Temple Pilots
5. Baby Love – Joan Osborne
6. Beautiful Day – U2
7. Too Little Too Late – Barenaked Ladies
8. Somewhere In Ohio – Jayhawks
9. Easy Tonight – Five For Fighting

Monday, October 26 – 1997

1. Little Buddah – Toad The Wet Sprocket
2. Building A Mystery – Sarah McLachlan
3. Father Of Mine – Everclear
4. Brimful Of Asha – Cornershop
5. Please Send Me someone To Love – B.B. King with Mick Hucknall of Simply Red
6. Four Leaf Clover – Abra Moore
7. Shed Your Skin – Indigo Girls
8. Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve (song built from a symphonic sample of the Rolling Stones’ “The Last Time”)
9. Cool Wooden Crosses – Chris Whitley

Friday, October 23 – 1979

1. Heart Of The Night – Poco
2. Wondering Where The Lions Are – Bruce  Cockburn
3. Rock & Roll High School – Ramones
4. Lady Writer – Dire Straits
5. Bring On The Night – Police
6. Oliver’s Army – Elvis Costello
7. Oh Darlin’ – Supertramp
8. London Calling – The Clash
9.Goodnight Tonight – Wings (one of the last top 5 pop singles of the decade to reflect the Disco influence of the early ’70′s)

Thursday, October 22 – 2005

1. We Are One Tonight – Switchfoot
2. Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight – Amos Lee
3. Black Tambourine – Beck
4. In State – Kathleen Edwards
5. Of Angels And Angles – Decemberists
6. Sitting, Waiting, Wishing – Jack Johnson
7. Talk – Coldplay
8. Duck And Cover – Glen Phillips
9.Everyday People – Sly & The Family Stone with Maroon 5 (first released by Sly in 1968)

Wednesday, October 21 – 1994

1. Black Hole Sun – Soundgarden
2. Grace – Jeff Buckley
3. Dancing Nancies – Dave Matthews Band
4. Stay (I Missed You) – Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories
5. Don’t Cry – Seal
6. Love Sneakin’ Up On You – Bonnie Raitt
7. It’s Good To Be King – Tom Petty
8. Send Me On My Way – Rusted Root
9. It’s Gonna Take Some Time – Dishwalla (Carol King wrote it…the Carpenters had a hit with it…Dishwalla rocked a cover of it)

Tuesday, October 20 – 1987

1. Mystify – INXS
2. Have A Little Faith In Me – John Hiatt
3. M-O-N-E-Y – Lyle Lovett
4. Touch Of Grey – Grateful Dead (only Top 40 pop hit of the Dead’s long career)
5. Who Do You Love? – Bo Diddley (new version)
6. One Tree Hill – U2
7. True Faith – New Order
8. Fragile – Sting
9. Rag Doll – Aerosmith

Monday, October 19 – 1978

1. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner – Warren Zevon
2. Can We Still Be Friends – Todd Rundgren (covered successfully by Robert Palmer a year later!)
3. Zanzibar – Billy Joel
4. Miss You – Rolling Stones
5. Double Vision – Foreigner
6. Down To The Waterline – Dire Straits
7. So Lonely – Police
8. Cheeseburger In Paradise – Jimmy Buffett
9. Ice Cream Man – Van Halen

Friday, October 16 – 1991

1. Treetop Flyer – Stephen Stills
2. Too Much Passion – Smithereens
3. Mad About You – Sting
4. Big Sky Country – Chris Whitley
5. I Cover The Waterfront – John Lee Hooker
6. Even Better Than The Real Thing – U2
7. Operation Spirit – Live
8. Shiny Happy People – R.E.M. (with fellow Athens, GA rocker Kate Pierson of the B-52′s)
9. Soul Of A Man – Bruce Cockburn

Thursday, October 15 – 1989

1. I’ll Be You – Replacements (topped both the U.S. Rock and Modern Rock charts)
2. Before You Accuse Me – Eric Clapton
3. Real Man – Bonnie Raitt
4. Shaking The Tree – Peter Gabriel with Youssou N’Dour
5. Lullaby – The Cure
6. No Souvenirs – Melissa Etheridge
7. Uninspired – The Connells
8. She Drives Me Crazy – Fine Young Cannibals
9. Downeaster ‘Alexa’ – Billy Joel

Wednesday, October 14 – 2001

1. 3 x 5 – John Mayer
2. Long Way Down – Luce
3. Pong Baby – Action Figure Party
4. Everyday – Dave Matthews Band
5. All You Wanted – Michelle Branch
6. Life On A Chain – Pete Yorn
7. I’ll Take It From Here – Jonatha Brooke
8. Back In The Day – Blues Traveler
9. Farther Stars – John Hiatt (from John’s 16th studio album “The Tiki Bar Is Open”)

Tuesday, October 13 – 1970

1. All Right Now – Free
2. Ballad Of A Well Known Gun – Elton John
3. Soul Shakedown Party – Bob Marley & The Wailers
4. And It Stoned Me – Van Morrison
5. Sunny Skies – James Taylor
6. Bell Bottom Blues – Derek & The Dominoes
7. Hey Tonight – CCR
8. Roadhouse Blues – Doors
9. Call Me – Aretha Franklin

Monday, October 12 – “In The PINK” set for all Breast Cancer survivors!

1. Pink Houses – John Mellencamp (1983)
2. The Pink Panther Theme – Henry Mancini (1963)
3. The Pink Life – Mike Doughty (1996)
4. Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots – The Flaming Lips (2003)
5. Pretty In Pink – Psychedelic Furs (1981) (inspiration for the title of a 1986 John Hughes film classic)
6. Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen (1984)
7. Pink Moon – Nick Drake (1972)
8. Geek In The Pink – Jason Mraz (2006)
9. Pink As Floyd – Red Hot Chili Peppers (2012)

Friday, October 9 – 2003

1. Be The One – Will Hoge
2. Oh – Dave Matthews
3. Electric Harmony – Damnwells
4. You Dance – Eastmountainsouth
5. With My Own Two Hands – Ben Harper
6. Lighthouse – The Waifs (G’Day!)
7. Are You Gonna Go My Way – Jet (this is the second shrimp on our musical barbie)
8. I Met A Girl – Wheat
9. Are You Happy Now? – Michelle Branch

Thursday, October 8 – 1967

1. Paper Sun – Traffic
2. The Wind Cries Mary – Jimi Hendrix
3. Baby You’re A Rich Man – Beatles
4. Born Under A Bad Sign – Albert King
5. Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
6. I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) – Aretha Franklin (first U.S. #1 of her Hall of Fame career)
7. She – Monkees
8. Sweet Soul Music – Arthur Conley
9. The End – The Doors

Wednesday, October 7 – 1977

1. Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
2. Traffic Jam – James Taylor
3. You Make Loving Fun – Fleetwood Mac
4. Black Cow – Steely Dan
5. Louise – Bonnie Raitt
6. Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffet
7. Lust For Life – Iggy Pop
8. Cold As Ice – Foreigner (self titled album “Foreigner” was this band’s US debut)
9. Cocaine – Jackson Browne

Tuesday, October 6 – 1985

1. Day By Day – Hooters
2. Everybody Wants To Rule The World – Tears For Fears (both this song and “Shout” were #1 hits)
3. Kyrie – Mr. Mister (both this song and “Broken Wings” were #1 hits)
4. Alive And Kicking – Simple Minds
5. Say What! – Stevie Ray Vaughan
6. Take Me Home – Phil Collins
7. Weird Science – Oingo Boingo
8. Road To Nowhere – Talking Heads
9. Marlene On The Wall – Suzanne Vega

Monday, October 5 – 1996

1. Daylight Fading – Counting Crows
2. 3am – Matchbox Twenty
3. Free Fallin’ – Stevie Nicks
4. Get Out Of This House – Shawn Colvin
5. Who Is He, And What Is He To You – MeShell N’degeocello
6. Change The World – Eric Clapton (won three Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year and Song of the Year)
7. Crash Into Me – Dave Matthews Band
8. Between You And Me – D.C. Talk
9. Fields Of Gold – Eva Cassidy

Friday, October 2 – “Joaquin” In The Rain – Hurricane Set!

1. Hello Hurricane – Switchfoot (2009)
2. Eye Of The Hurricane – David Wilcox (1989)
3. Hurricane – Bob Dylan (1976) (about boxer Ruben “Hurricane” Carter)
4. Hurricane Drunk – Florence & The Machine (2009)
5. Hurricane – Joan Osborne (2000)
6. Hurricane Season – Billy Pilgrim (1994)
7. Hurricane Waters – Citizen Cope (2003)
8. Hurricane – Blues Traveler with 3Oh!3 (2015)
9. Rock You Like A Hurricane – Scorpions (1984)

Thursday, October 1 – 2006

1. Bold As Love – John Mayer
2. 5/22/02 – Golden Smog
3. Children Of December – The Slip
4. Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
5. Roll On – The Little Willies with Norah Jones
6. I Try – Ben Taylor (cover song of a 1999 Macy Gray hit that was Grammy-nominated for both Song and Record of the Year)
7. The Pieces Don’t Fit Anymore – James Morrison
8. She Moves In Her Own Way – The Kooks
9. Paperweight – Josh Radin and Schuyler Fisk

Wednesday, September 30 – 1988

1. A Little Respect – Erasure
2. When Love Comes To Town – U2 with B.B. King
3. Seeing Is Believing – Mike + The Mechanics
4. The Valley Road – Bruce Hornsby and the Range (reflections of Bruce’s upbringing here in the Commonwealth)
5. Why? – Tracy Chapman
6. Bring Me Some Water – Melissa Etheridge
7. Workin’ On It – Chris Rea
8. Sweet Jane – Cowboy Junkies
9. Ghost – Phish

Tuesday, September 29 – 1998

1. Wander This World – Jonny Lang
2. Sweetest Thing – U2
3. I’m Rolling – Soul Coughing
4. Never There – Cake
5. Found Someone New – Susan Tedeschi
6. Please Forgive Me – David Gray
7. Rock This Town – Brian Setzer Orchestra (originally a 1982 hit for the Brian’s rockabilly/new wave band Stray Cats)
8. One Week – Barenaked Ladies
9. One Big Love – Patty Griffin

Monday, September 28 – 1971

1. Pictures Of Lily – The Who
2. Truckin’ – Grateful Dead
3. Brand New Key – Melanie (a #1 pop gem from Melanie Safka)
4. Baby Blue – Badfinger
5. Tomorrow – Paul McCartney & Wings
6. Love Her Madly – Doors
7. Legend In Your Own Time – Carly Simon
8. Levon – Elton John
9. Hallelujah – Sweathog

Friday, September 25 – 2004

1. Good Vibrations – Brian Wilson
2. Handshake Drugs – Wilco
3. Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own – U2
4. 1963 – Rachel Yamagata (Rachel is a native of Arlington, VA)
5. Mr. Brightside – Killers
6. Nice To Be Here – Shane Nicholson
7. Somewhere Down The Barrel – The Dissociatives
8. Trouble – Ray LaMontagne
9. Other Side Of The World – K.T. Tunstall

Thursday, September 24 – 1993

1. Hey You – Connells
2. Atlantic City – The Band
3. Ice Cream – Sarah McLachlan
4. Everywhere I Go – Jackson Browne (appearing live at the Sandler Center 1/8/16!!!)
5. Anna Begins – Counting Crows
6. Buffalo River Home – John Hiatt
7. Come Undone – Duran Duran
8. All I Wanna Do – Sheryl Crow
9. Swimming In Your Ocean – Crash Test Dummies

Wednesday, September 23 – 1976

1. Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
2. Don’t Take Me Alive – Steely Dan
3. Sweet Maree – Steve Miller Band
4. The Things We Do For Love – 10cc
5. The Fire Down Below – Bob Seger
6. Positive Vibration – Bob Marley
7. Carry On Wayward Son – Kansas
8. American Girl – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
9. Love Me Tomorrow – Boz Scaggs (see Boz live at the Sandler Center on October 23rd)

Tuesday, September 22 – 1980

1. Independence Day – Bruce Springsteen
2. Skateaway – Dire Straits
3. Please Don’t Ask – Genesis
4. While You See A Chance – Steve Winwood
5. Another One Bites The Dust – Queen (the album “The Game” yeilded two #1 hits…this one and “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”)
6. Givin’ It Up For Your Love – Delbert McClinton
7. When I Write The Book – Rockpile
8. Once In  A Lifetime – Talking Heads
9. Woman – John Lennon

Monday, September 21 – The Tide “Air” Show

1. The Air That I Breathe – Hollies (1974)
2. Airstream Driver – Gomez (2009)
3. In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins (1981) (success of this tune was boosted greatly by exposure on the TV show Miami Vice)
4. Something In The Air – Thunderclap Newman (1969)
5. Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band (1977)
6. Air – J.J. Grey and Mofro (2011)
7. Breath In The Air – Pink Floyd (1973)
8. Bel-Air – Lana Del Rey (2012)
9. Pilot Of The Airwaves – Charlie Dore (1979)

Friday, September 18 – 1995

1. Misery – Soul Asylum
2. Carnival – Natalie Merchant
3. The Ghost In You – Counting Crows
4. Cry Love – John Hiatt
5. Secret Garden – Bruce Springsteen
6. Santa Monica – Everclear
7. Don’t Speak – No Doubt (#1 played song in the US for 16 straight weeks)
8. Roll To Me – Del Amitri
9. Ladder – Joan Osborne

Thursday, September 17 – 2002

1. You’re An Original – Sheryl Crow with Lenny Kravitz
2. Don’t Know Why – Norah Jones (Grammy winner for Song of the Year)
3. We’re Going To Be Friends – White Stripes
4. Warning Sign – Coldplay
5. Too Much Food – Jason Mraz
6. Grace Is Gone – Dave Matthews Band
7. Today’s The Day – Aimee Mann
8. This Side – Nickel Creek
9. Sk8er Boi – Avril Lavigne

Wednesday, September 16 – 1981

1. Waiting For A Girl Like You – Foreigner
2. Man On The Corner – Genesis
3. Hard To Say – Dan Fogelberg
4. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around – Stevie Nicks with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
5. What She Does To Me – The Producers (originally a Beatles cover band)
6. Waiting On A Friend – Rolling Stones
7. Too Much Information – The Police
8. Shake It Up – Cars
9. Louie Louie – Pretenders

Tuesday, September 15 – 1972

1. Only A Fool Would Say That – Steely Dan
2. Out On The Weekend – Neil Young
3. Papa Was A Rolling Stone – Temptations
4. Doctor My Eyes – Jackson Browne
5. The Harder They Come – Jimmy Cliff
6. Could It Be I’m Falling In Love – Spinners
7. Pure And Easy – Pete Townshend
8. All The Young Dudes – Mott The Hoople (written and produced by David Bowie)
9. Danny’s Song – Anne Murray

Monday, September 14 – 1992

1. Teen Angst – Cracker
2. She Runs Hot – Little Village
3. Black Gold – Soul Asylum
4. Drive – R.E.M.
5. Would? – Alice In Chains (featured on the “Singles” motion picture soundtrack)
6. Not Enough Time – INXS
7. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow – dada
8. Steam – Peter Gabriel
9. Tenderness On The Block – Shawn Colvin

Friday, September 11 – 1965

1. Got To Get You Off My Mind – Solomon Burke
2. Satisfaction – Rolling Stones
3. Girl Don’t Tell Me – Beach Boys
4. All I Really Want To Do – Byrds
5. Keep On Running – Spencer Davis Group
6. Positively 4th Street – Bob Dylan (song title appears nowhere in the lyrics of this classic)
7. Heart Full Of Soul – Yardbirds
8. Help! – Beatles
9. I Got You Babe – Sonny & Cher

Thursday, September 10 – 2000

1. Hold On, I’m Comin’ – B.B. King with Eric Clapton
2. Heavy Things – Phish
3. Superman – Five For Fighting
4. Way Down In The Hole – Blind Boys From Alabama
5. Love Is Alive – Joan Osborne (Originally a hit for Gary “The Dream Weaver” Wright)
6. Never Do Anything – Barenaked Ladies
7. If You’re Gone – Matchbox Twenty
8. Yellow – Coldplay
9. Who Feels Love? – Oasis

Wednesday, September 9 – 1974

1. School – Supertramp
2. James Dean – Eagles
3. Wishing You Were Here – Chicago (Beach Boys Al Jardine, Carl Wilson and Dennis Wilson added back vocals to this beauty)
4. Let It Grow – Eric Clapton
5. Junior’s Farm – Paul McCartney & Wings
6. Car On A Hill – Joni Mitchell
7. Mockingbird – Carly Simon & James Taylor
8. Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
9. Can’t Get It Out Of My Head – Electric Light Orchestra

Tuesday, September 8 – 1983

1. This Time – Bryan Adam
2. She’s Sexy + 17 – Stray Cats
3. A New England – Billy Bragg
4. The Safety Dance – Men Without Hats
5. Girlfriend Is Better – Talking Heads
6. Big Log – Robert Plant
7. Pink Houses – John Mellencamp
8. Mary Had A Little Lamb – Stevie Ray Vaughan (a Buddy Guy blues classic)
9. Like A Song – U2

Friday, September 4 – So Long to “Summer” Set

1. Ode To Summer – Syd Arthur (2011)
2. Summertime Blues – Brian Setzer (1987)
3. Summer – War (1976)
4. Summertime Thing – Chuck Prophet (2002)
5. Most In The Summertime – Rhett Miller with Black Prairie (2015)
6. Summer In The City – Lovin’ Spoonful (1966) (song begins with the hum of a VW Beetle)
7. Summertime – Samples (1992)
8. Rain In The Summertime – The Alarm (1987)
9. Summer’s End – Foo Fighters (2007)

Thursday, September 3 – 1990

1. Stardog Champion – Mother Love Bone
2. Hard To Handle – Black Crowes
3. Long Way From Home – Vaughan Brothers
4. Hammer And Nail – Indigo Girls
5. Policy Of Truth – Depeche Mode
6. Can I Kick It? – A Tribe Called Quest (sampled Lou Reed’s “Walk On The Wild Side”)
7. Is It Too Late? – World Party
8. Your Dad Did – John Hiatt
9. Angel – Eurythmics

Wednesday, September 2 – 2005

1. I’ve Landed – Ben Folds Five
2. Beautiful Wreck – Shawn Mullins
3. Hide And Seek – Imogen Heap
4. Looking At The World From The Bottom Of A Well – Mike Doughty
5. I Want To Take You Higher – Sly and The Family Stone with Steven Tyler and Robert Randolph
6. Off The Record – My Morning Jacket
7. A Message – Coldplay
8. Back In Love Again – Jerry Douglas with Alison Krauss (originally a funk hit for L.T.D. in 1977)
9. The Mariner’s Revenge Song – Decemberists

Tuesday, September 1 – 1986

1. Land Of Confusion – Genesis
2. Coming Up Close – ‘Til Tuesday
3. Mohammed’s Radio – Warren Zevon
4. That Voice Again – Peter Gabriel
5. Superstition – Stevie Ray Vaughan (originally a hit for Stevie Wonder in 1972)
6. Don’t Get Me Wrong – Pretenders
7. All Come True – World Party
8. Don’t Dream It’s Over – Crowded House
9. Wrap It Up – Fabulous Thunderbirds (originally a hit for Sam and Dave in 1968)

Monday, August 31 – 1975

1. Tush – ZZ Top
2. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
3. Gone At Last – Paul Simon (featuring the amazing voice of Phoebe Snow)
4. Take Me To The River – Syl Johnson
5. Fame – David Bowie
6. Blue Letter – Fleetwood Mac
7. Meeting Across The River – Bruce Springsteen
8. I’ll Play For You – Seals & Crofts
9. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door – Eric Clapton

Friday, August 28 – 1999

1. Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning) – Vertical Horizon
2. Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters
3. Never Enough – David Wilcox
4. Last Goodbye – Kenny Wayne Shepherd
5. When I Grow Up – Garbage
6. Brand New Day – Sting
7. Down To The Delta – Bruce Cockburn
8. Smooth – Santana feat. Rob Thomas (the last #1 song of the 90′s)
9. Cry – Angie Aparo

Thursday, August 27 – 2001

1. Neon – John Mayer
2. Extra Ordinary – Better Than Ezra
3. The Space Between – Dave Matthews Band
4. The Lucky One – Alison Kraus and Union Station (Grammy winner for Best Country Song)
5. Clock Radio – Action Figure Party
6. Travelin’ Light – Eric Clapton
7. Something More – Train
8. My Old Friend – John Hiatt & The Goners
9. Everywhere – Michelle Branch

Wednesday, August 26 – 1982

1. Hold Me – Fleetwood Mac
2. Southern Cross – CSN
3. Hold Back The Rain – Duran Duran
4. My Father’s House – Bruce Springsteen (from the album Nebraska…recorded acoustically into a high quality cassette-tape deck)
5. Situation – Yaz
6. Rock The Casbah – The Clash
7. Dirty Laundry – Don Henley
8. Industrial Disease – Dire Straits
9. Don’t Pay The Ferryman – Chris DeBurgh

Tuesday, August 25 – 1973

1. Jesus Just Left Chicago – ZZ Top
2. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) – Bruce Springsteen
3. Guilty – Bonnie Raitt
4. My Old School – Steely Dan
5. Let Me Roll It – Wings
6. Let’s Get It On – Marvin Gaye (Marvin’s biggest hit came after a year of “writer’s block”)
7. Satisfaction Guaranteed – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes feat. Teddy Pendergrass
8. Dixie Chicken – Little Feat
9. Oh No Not My Baby – Rod Stewart

Monday, August 24 – 1997

1. Mofo – U2 (written about Bono’s mother)
2. Lie To Me – Jonny Lang
3. Adia – Sarah McLachlan
4. I’ll Be – Edwin McCain
5. Blood From A Stone – Jonatha Brooke
6. The Thrill Is Gone – B.B. King with Tracy Chapman
7. Everything To Everyone – Everclear
8. All For You – Sister Hazel
9. Whatever I Fear – Toad The Wet Sprocket

Friday, August 21 – 2003

1. Be The One – Will Hoge
2. We’ll Be Together – Annie Lennox with Sting
3. Breathe – Michelle Branch
4. Save Me – Dave Matthews
5. Whose Chariot? – O.A.R.
6. Red Light – Jonny Lang
7. Light In Your Eyes – Sheryl Crow
8. Wasting Time – Jack Johnson (Jack would be right at home at ECSC…he is one of Hawaii’s best known local surfers)
9. New Deep – John Mayer

Thursday, August 20 – 1979

1. Crackin’ Up – Nick Lowe
2. Hey You – Pink Floyd
3. It’s All I Can Do – Cars
4. Refugee – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
5. Boogie Wonderland – Earth, Wind and Fire (background vocals courtesy of the Emotions)
6. Life During Wartime – Talking Heads
7. Rolene – Moon Martin
8. Danny’s All Star Joint – Rickie Lee Jones
9. I Want You To Want Me – Cheap Trick

Wednesday, August 19 – 1989

1. Diamond In The Rough – Shawn Colvin
2. Good Intentions – Lyle Lovett & His Large Band
3. Powerful Stuff – Fabulous Thunderbirds
4. Stand – R.E.M. (was also the theme of Chris Elliott’s Fox sitcom “Get A Life”)
5. Pictures Of You – The Cure
6. The Road Goes On Forever – Robert Earl Keen
7. Nick Of Time – Bonnie Raitt
8. I Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty
9. Fun & Games – Connells

Tuesday, August 18 – 1994

1. All Over You – Live
2. Streets of Philadelphia – Bruce Springsteen (Academy Award winner for Best Song In a Motion Picture, plus 4 Grammys, including Song of the Year)
3. Lover Lay Down – Dave Matthews Band
4. The Mountains Win Again – Blues Traveler
5. Better Man – Pearl Jam
6. Least Complicated – Indigo Girls
7. As Tears Fall – Samples
8. Angry Words – Willie Porter
9. Fell On Black Days – Soundgarden

Monday, August 17 – 1964

1. Baby’s In Black – Beatles
2. Baby Please Don’t Go – Them (1935 blues standard originally recorded by Joe Williams’ Washboard Blues Singers)
3. Don’t Worry Baby – Beach Boys
4. My Guy – Mary Wells
5. My Girl – Temptations
6. Not Fade Away – Rolling Stones
7. Laugh Laugh – Beau Brummels
8. Dancing In The Street – Martha & The Vandellas
9. Because – Dave Clark Five

Friday, August 14 – a Celestial Selection about the MOON (inspired by the Perseid Meteor Shower and the force that pulls the Tide!)

1. Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra (1964)
2. Blue Moon – Beck (2014)
3. Walking On The Moon – Police (1979)
4. Man On The Moon – R.E.M. (1992)
5. The Whole Of The Moon – Waterboys (1985)
6. Moondance – Van Morrison (1970)
7. Goodnight Moon – Shivaree (1999)
8. Moon – dada (1992)
9. Pink Moon – Nick Drake (1972)

Thursday, August 13 – 2006

1. Ride – Cary Brothers
2. Rehab – Amy Winehouse (Amy’s last studio recording “Back To Black” netted her 5 Grammy Awards)
3. Shout Out Loud – Amos Lee
4. Say It Right – Nelly Furtado
5. Nothing I Can Do – Ben Taylor
6. Hamoa Beach – Gomez
7. Waiting On The World To Change – John Mayer
8. She’s Mine – Brett Dennen
9. Star Ride – Joshua Radin

Wednesday, August 12 – 1991

1. Mysterious Ways – U2
2. Something To Talk About – Bonnie Raitt
3. Weather With You – Crowded House
4. Jack Straw – Bruce Hornsby & The Range
5. Two Princes – Spin Doctors
6. One Of The Best Ones – Bruce Cockburn
7. Top Of The Pops – Smithereens
8. Into The Great Wide Open – Tom Petty (video featured Johnny Depp, Faye Dunaway, Matt LeBlanc and Terence Trent D’Arby)
9. Nightingale – Toad The Wet Sprocket

Tuesday, August 11 – 1984

1. Tenderness – General Public
2. I Got Loaded – Los Lobos
3. Sea Of Love – Honeydrippers
4. Pride (In The Name Of Love) – U2
5. Land Of The Living – Don Henley
6. Cold Shot – Stevie Ray Vaughan
7. 7 Chinese Brothers – R.E.M. (Cover art for the album “Reckoning” was by famed outsider artist Howard Finster)
8. Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen
9. Burning Down The House (live) – Talking Heads

Monday, August 10 – 1978

1. Johnny Strikes Up The Band – Warren Zevon
2. You’re All I’ve Got Tonight – Cars
3. With A Little Luck – Wings
4. Water Of Love – Dire Straits
5. Radio, Radio – Elvis Costello & The Attractions (US debut of this tune came live on SNL)
6. Hot Blooded – Foreigner
7. Honesty – Billy Joel
8. I Need A Miracle – Grateful Dead
9. Livingston Saturday Night – Jimmy Buffett

Friday, August 7 – 1996

1. Key West Intermezzo – John Mellencamp
2. Shadowboxer – Fiona Apple
3. Lie in Our Graves – Dave Matthews Band
4. I’m So Happy, I Can’t Stop Crying – Sting
5. Banditos – The Refreshments
6. Follow You Down – Gin Blossoms
7. Sunny Came Home – Shawn Colvin
8. Star You Are – dada
9. The Difference – Wallflowers

Thursday, August 6 – 1966

1. I’m Only Sleeping – The Beatles
2. We Ain’t Got Nothin’ Yet – Blues Magoos
3. Under My Thumb – Rolling Stones
4. Batman Theme – The Marketts
5. Absolutely Sweet Marie – Bob Dylan
6. Wild Thing – Troggs
7. Eight Miles High – The Byrds
8. Working in the Coal Mine – Lee Dorsey
9. Summer in the City – Lovin’ Spoonful

Wednesday, August 5 – 2004

1. Breathe (2am) – Anna Nalick
2. Black Horse and the Cherry Tree – KT Tunstall
3. How Come – Ray Lamontagne
4. True Love is Hard to Find – Toots and the Maytals with Bonnie Raitt
5. Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand
6. Boom Like That – Mark Knoplfer
7. Good Vibrations – Brian Wilson
8. The Revolution Starts Now – Steve Earle
9. Mr. Brightside – The Killers

Tuesday, August 4 – 1970

1. Carry On – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
2. Chestnut Mare – The Byrds
3. Woodstock – Joni Mitchell
4. Where to now, St. Peter? – Elton John
5. Lola – Kinks
6. Glad – Traffic
7. Box of Rain – Grateful Dead
8. Sweet Jane – Velvet Underground
9. Let It Be – The Beatles

Monday, August 3 1987

1. Every Little Kiss- Bruce Hornsby and the Range
2. Rain in the Summertime – The Alarm
3. If I Had a Boat – Lyle Lovett
4. Come On, Let’s Go – Los Lobos
5. One Step Up – Bruce Springsteen
6. Always With Me, Always With You – Joe Satriani
7. Don’t Dream It’s Over – Crowded House
8. Learning to Fly – Pink Floyd
9. Need You Tonight – INXS

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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