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

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

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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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