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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, 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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