Volume 03 Episode 215 – Chatting About James Oliver and Danny Gatton

DJ Cheshire Cat and Producer/Promoter Glenn Holley chat about and share music from James Oliver and Danny Gatton.

Air Date: 2022-08-30

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Volume 03 Episode 210 – Without mewithoutYou

A celebration of one of DJ Cheshire Cat’s favorite bands, mewithoutYou.

Air Date: 2022-07-26

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Me Without You “Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt” from A To B Life 2002

mewithoutYou “Torches Together” from Catch for Us the Foxes 2004

mewithoutYou “January 1979” from Catch for Us the Foxes 2004

mewithoutYou “A Glass Can Only Spill What It Contains” from Brother, Sister 2006

mewithoutYou “Every Thought a Thought of You” from It’s All Crazy! It’s All False! It’s All a Dream! It’s Alright 2009

mewithoutYou “All Circles” from Ten Stories 2012

mewithoutYou “Red Cow” from Pale Horses 2015

mewithoutYou “Dorothy” from Pale Horses 2015MewithoutYou “Julia (or, ‘Holy to the LORD’ on the Bells of Horses)” from [Untitled] 2018

mewithoutYou “In Bloom” from Come As You Are – A 20th Anniversary Tribute to Nirvana’s “Nevermind” 2011 V/A

mewithoutYou “Bear’s Vision of St. Agnes” from Swept Up in the Flawed Beauties – Daytrotter Session 2012

mewithoutYou “The Angel of Death Came to David’s Room” from Swept Up in the Flawed Beauties – Daytrotter Session 2012

mewithoutYou “Four Fires” from Ten Stories (Deluxe Edition) 2012

mewithoutYou “The Fox, The Crow, and the Cookie (Acoustic)” from [A–>B] Live 2018

mewithoutYou “Son of a Widow” from [A–>B] Live 2018

mewithoutYou “Nice & Blue (pt. Two)” from [A–>B] Live 2018

Volume 03 Episode 206 – You Are Not A Broken Thing

A celebration of transgender, genderqueer, and nonbinary artists with selections from Wendy Carlos, Du Blonde, The Cliks, Against Me!, Ryan Cassata, Girlpool, Sophie, Arca, Dorian Electra ,Tunde Olaniran, AhMerAhSu, Janelle Monae, and In Love With a Ghost.

Air Date: 2022-06-28

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Wendy Carlos “Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 – I. Allegro” from Switched-On Bach 1968
Du Blonde “After the Show” from Welcome Back To Milk 2015
Du Blonde “I’m Glad That We Broke Up (feat. Ezra Furman)” from Homecoming 2021
The Cliks “4 Letter Words” from Black Tie Elevator 2013
Against Me! “Delicate, Petite & Other Things I’ll Never Be” from Shape Shift with Me 2016
Ryan Cassata “The Witches Made Me Do It” from The Witches Made Me Do It 2020
Girlpool “See Me Now” from Forgiveness 2022 N
SOPHIE “It’s Okay to Cry” from Oil of Every Pearl’s Un – Insides 2018
Arca “Nonbinary” from KiCk i 2020
Dorian Electra “My Agenda (feat. Village People & Pussy Riot)” from My Agenda 2020
Tunde Olaniran “Jean Grey” from Jean Grey – Single 2019
Ah-Mer-Ah-Su “Temperamental” from Hopefully Limitless – EP 2021
Janelle Monáe “Pynk (feat. Grimes)” from Dirty Computer 2018
In Love With a Ghost “Trans Rights” from Playful Spirits 2020
In Love With a Ghost “Funfunfun” from Playful Spirits 2020

Volume 03 Episode 202 – Tribute to Fletch

Air Date: 2022-05-31

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Depeche Mode “Any Second Now” from Just Can’t Get Enough 1981

Depeche Mode “Monument” from A Broken Frame 1982

Depeche Mode “Shame” from Construction Time Again 1983

Depeche Mode “Blasphemous Rumours” from Some Great Reward 1984

Depeche Mode “Shake the Disease” from Shake the Disease 1985

Depeche Mode “Dressed In Black” from Black Celebration 1986

Depeche Mode “Fly On the Windscreen (Final)” from Black Celebration 1986

Depeche Mode “Never Let Me Down Again” from Music for the Masses 1990

Depeche Mode “Waiting for the Night” from Violator 1990

Depeche Mode “Condemnation” from Songs of Faith and Devotion 1993

Depeche Mode “Welcome To My World” from Delta Machine 2013

Depeche Mode “Only When I Lose Myself” from Only When I Lose Myself 1998

Depeche Mode “Oh Well” from Sounds of the Universe 2009

Volume 03 Episode 197 – Search and Recover: Fever

An hour of covers of “Fever” with selections from Little Willie John, Peggy Lee, The McCoys, Suzi Quatro, Louis Prima, Dick Dale, Rhymefest, Patti Drew, Cramps, Scott Bradlee, Bob Dylan, Susan Cadogan, James Brown and The Famous Flames, Sarah Vaughan, Madonna, and Isaac Hayes.

Air Date: 2022-04-26

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Little Willie John “Fever” from Fever 1956

Peggy Lee “Fever” from Fever 1958

The McCoys “Fever” from Hang On Sloopy 1965

Suzi Quatro “Fever” from Your Mamma Won’t Like Me 1975

Louis Prima “Fever” from Music From The Soundtrack Of The Columbia Picture “Hey Boy! Hey Girl!” 1959

Dick Dale “Fever (Live (Remastered))” from King Of Surf Guitar Live!

Rhymefest “Fever” from Blue collar 2006

Patti Drew “Fever” from I’ve Been Here All The Time 1969

Cramps “Fever” from Songs The Lord Taught Us 1980

Scott Bradlee “Fever Variations ft. Karen Marie” from Assorted Tracks and YouTube Memories, 2010-2013 2013

Bob Dylan “Fever – Rehearsal” from Springtime In New York: The Bootleg Series Vol. 16 1980-1985 2021

Susan Cadogan “Fever” from Susan Cadogan 1975

James Brown & The Famous Flames “Fever” from Cold Sweat 1967

Sarah Vaughan “Fever (Adam Freeland Remix)” from Soirée Jazz 2021 V/A

Madonna “Fever” from Erotica 1992

Isaac Hayes “Fever” from Don’t Let Go 1979

Which Song Should Be Featured in April’s Search and Recover Special?

The Last Tuesday Treat of April will be a Search and Recover Special! Listeners will decide between two classic songs; we’ll search out an hour’s worth of covers of the winner for Wonderland’s April 26th show.

One choice is Fever, written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell and first recorded by Little Willie John for his 1956 debut. Fever has since been covered by the likes of Peggy Lee, Elvis Presley, Madonna, The Cramps, and many more.

Or, vote for Cry My a River, written by Arthur Hamilton and first recorded in 1955 by Julie London. Barbara Streisand, Joe Cocker, and Aerosmith are among the many artists who have since recorded versions of this classic torch song.

Voting is open until April 22nd!

Which song should be featured in April's Search & Recover Special?

  • "Fever" (originally recorded by Little Willie John) (80%, 4 Votes)
  • "Cry Me a River" (originally recorded by Julie London) (20%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 5

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Volume 03 Episode 189 – Cover to Cover: Let It Be

A track by track tribute to the Beatles’ “Let It Be” with selections from Penny Arcade, Gov’t Mule, Rufus Wainwright, Laibach, Beth Orton, Tim Heidecker, A. L. Lloyd, Tesla, The Smithereens, Diana Ross, The Billy Gibson Band, Al Green, Mandu, John Primer, and Lucinda Williams.

Air Date: 2022-02-22

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Penny Arcade “The Two Of Us” from Two of Us 1970

Gov’t Mule “Dig A Pony >” from 2019-12-31 New York, NY 2019

Rufus Wainwright “Across The Universe” from I Am Sam 2008 V/A

Laibach “I Me Mine” from Let It Be 1988

Beth Orton “Dig It” from Let It Be Revisited (Mojo Proudly Presents The Beatles Final Album From 1970 Re-Imagined) 2010 V/A

Tim Heidecker “Let It Be” from Fear of Death 2020

A. L. Lloyd “Maggie May” from English Drinking Songs 1956

Tesla “I’ve Got A Feeling” from Real To Reel 1 2007

The Smithereens “One After 909” from Top Of The Pops 1991

Diana Ross “The Long and Winding Road” from Everything Is Everything 1970

The Billy Gibson Band “For You Blue” from Fried Glass Onions: Memphis Meets The Beatles Vol. 2 2005 V/A

Al Green “Get Back” from Green Is Blues 1968

Mandu “Gimme Shelter” from Gimme Shelter 1975

John Primer “Let It Bleed” from Chicago Plays The Stones 2018 V/A

Lucinda Williams “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” from You Are Cordially Invited… A Tribute To The Rolling Stones 2021 N

Bleed or Be? Vote for February’s Cover to Cover Special

The Last Tuesday Treat of February will be a Cover to Cover special in which we’ll play covers of an entire classic album. Our choices for February are the Rolling Stones’ 1969 Let It Bleed or the Beatles’ 1970 Let It Be.

So Bleed or Be? Vote below and let me know!

Which album should be featured in February's Cover to Cover Special?

  • The Beatles - Let It Be (60%, 3 Votes)
  • The Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed (40%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 5

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Volume 03 Episode 185 – Celebrating Mojo Nixon and Jonathan Richman

Selections from Mojo Nixon and Jonathan Richman.

Air Date: 2022-01-25

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Mojo Nixon And Skid Roper “Mama Possums” from Mojo Nixon And Skid Roper 1985

Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper “The Amazing Bigfoot Diet” from Frenzy 1986

Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper “Burn Down The Malls” from Get Out of My Way 1986

Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper “Elvis Is Everywhere” from Bo-Day-Shus!!! 1987

Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper “Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant With My Two Headed Love Child” from Root Hog Or Die 1989

Mojo Nixon “Don Henley Must Die” from Otis 1990

Jello Biafra & Mojo Nixon “Are You Drinkin’ With Me Jesus” from Prairie Home Invasion 1994

The Modern Lovers “Roadrunner” from The Modern Lovers 1976

Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers “New England” from Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers 1976

Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers “My Love Is A Flower (Just Beginning To Bloom)” from Back In Your Life 1979

Jonathan Richman “Monologue About Bermuda” from Having A Party With Jonathan Richman 1991

Jonathan Richman “I Was Dancing In The Lesbian Bar” from I, Jonathan 1992

Jonathan Richman “This Is One Sad World” from Want To Visit My Inner House? 2021 N

Jonathan Richman “The Fading Of An Old World” from SA! 2018

The Modern Lovers “Egyptian Reggae” from Rock ’N’ Roll With The Modern Lovers 1977

Who should be featured for January’s Last Tuesday Treat?

For January’s Last Tuesday Treat, we’ll wish a Very Merry Unbirthday to one of two artists who carved out careers outside the mainstream, Jonathan Richman or Mojo Nixon!

Jonathan Richman penned the amazing tribute to Massachusetts and Route 128, “Roadrunner,” in 1972, recorded with his band, The Modern Lovers. By the late 80’s, Richman was a solo act who released quirky, emotionally charged albums on an almost yearly basis while touring small venues and bars throughout the country.

Mojo Nixon‘s rockabilly career began in the mid 80’s with a string of rocking albums with Skid Roper which spawned the likes of “Elvis Is Everywhere” and “Burn Down the Malls”. Nixon continued to record weird and wonderful music through 2009, collaborating with the likes of Jello Biafra and Dave Alvin.

User to poll below to cast your vote! Voting is open until January 21st.

Which artist should be featured for January's Last Tuesday Treat?

  • Jonathan Richman (56%, 5 Votes)
  • Mojo Nixon (44%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 9

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