Which album should be featured for September’s “Cover to Cover” special?

September’s Last Tuesday Treat will be a Cover to Cover special, airing on September 24th.  We’ll play covers of an entire album, from opening to closing track!  Use the poll below to cast your vote.

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Volume 03 Episode 63 – Very Merry Unbirthday, Laurie Anderson!

Air Date: 2019-08-27

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Laurie Anderson “Big Science” from Big Science [2007 Remaster] 2007 Originally released in 1982

Laurie Anderson “We’ve Got Four Big Clocks (And They’re All Ticking)” from United States Live 1984 Recorded live at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, Feb. 7-10, 1983

Laurie Anderson “Excellent Birds (featuring Peter Gabriel)” from Mister Heartbreak 1984

Laurie Anderson “Language Is A Virus” from Home Of The Brave 1986

Laurie Anderson “Hiawatha” from Strange Angels 1989

Laurie Anderson “In Our Sleep (featuring Lou Reed)” from Bright Red 1994

Laurie Anderson “The Cultural Ambassador” from The Ugly One With The Jewels And Other Stories 1995

Laurie Anderson “The Island Where I Come From” from Life On A String 2001

Laurie Anderson “Let X=X” from Live In New York 2002 Recorded live at Town Hall, New York City, Sep. 19 – 20, 2001

Laurie Anderson “Dark Time In The Revolution” from Homeland 2010

Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet “Dreams” from Landfall 2018

Volume 03 Episode 59 – Search and Recover: Friend of the Devil

Air Date: 2019-07-30

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Grateful Dead “Friend of the Devil” from 05-15-1970 Fillmore East (Road Trips Vol. 3. No. 3) 2010

Lyle Lovett “Friend of the Devil” from Deadicated 1991 V/A

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers “Friend of the Devil” from The Live Anthology 2009 – Recorded February 3, 1997 at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

Bob Weir & Grace Potter “Friend Of The Devil” from Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia (Live) 2016 V/A – Recorded May 14, 2015 at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

Rice, Rice, Hillman & Pedersen “Friend Of The Devil” from Rice, Rice, Hillman & Pedersen 1999

Ministry “Friend of the Devil” from The Bridge School Concerts, Volume 1 1997 V/A – Recorded October, 1994 at the Shoreline Ampitheater, Mountain View, CA

Buck Satan and The 666 Shooters “Friend of the Devil” from Bikers Welcome Ladies Drink Free 2012

Counting Crows “Friend of the Devil” from Films About Ghosts: The Best Of… 2004

Mumford & Sons “Friend of the Devil” from Day of the Dead 2016 V/A

Wake The Dead “Banks Of Lough Gowna/The Reunion/Friend Of The Devil” from Wake The Dead 2000

Joe Craven & The Sometimers “Friend of the Devil” from Garcia Songbook 2018

Volume 03 Episode 54 – Doctor John

Air Date: 2019-06-25

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Dr. John “My Children, My Angels” from Locked Down 2012

Dr. John, The Night Tripper “Mama Roux” from Gris-Gris 1968

Dr. John “The Lonesome Guitar Strangler” from Babylon 1969

Dr. John “Somebody Changed The Lock” from Dr. John’s Gumbo 1972

Dr. John “Peace Brother Peace” from In The Right Place 1973

Bloomfield, Hammond, and Dr. John “Rock Me Baby” from Triumvirate 1973

Dr. John and Sarah Morrow “I Walk on Guilded Splinters” from The Musical Mojo Of Dr. John: Celebrating Mac And His Music 2016 – Recorded live on May 3, 2014 at New Orleans’ Saenger Theatre

Dr. John and Bruce Springsteen “Right Place Wrong Time” from The Musical Mojo Of Dr. John: Celebrating Mac And His Music 2016 – Recorded live on May 3, 2014 at New Orleans’ Saenger Theatre

Dr. John “What Comes Around (Goes Around)” from Desitively Bonnaroo 1974

Dr. John and the Lower 911 “Stripped Away” from The City That Care Forgot 2009

Dr. John and the Lower 911 “When I’m Right (I’m Wrong)” from Tribal 2010

Dr. John “Creole Moon” from Creole Moon 2001

Volume 03 Episode 50 – Search and Recover: Southern Cross

Air Date: 2019-05-28

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Crosby, Stills and Nash “Southern Cross” from Daylight Again 1982

Curtis Brothers “Seven League Boots”.  Released: 1975 – Recorded at Sound City Studios 1975, Lindsey Buckingham and Richard Dashut production. Rick Curtis; guitar & vocals. Michael Curtis; bass & vocals. Thom Mooney; drums. Tom Curtis ; guitar & vocals. Patty Curtis Schauer; vocals. Stevie Nicks; vocals.

The Southcoasters “Southern Cross” from Encore 2.0

Cornbread Red “Southern Cross” from The Bluegrass Tribute to Classic Rock Volume 2 2008

Steve Acho “Southern Cross” from DSRP Acoustic Sessions 2015

Michael McDermott & Heather Horton “Southern Cross” from Music Is Love – A Singer-Songwriters’ Tribute To The Music Of CSN&Y 2012

Jimmy Buffet “Southern Cross” from Buffett Live: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays 1999

Kawika Kahiapo “Southern Cross” from Ku‘u ‘Aina Aloha 2014

Eric Stone “Southern Cross” from Boatsongs #1/Songs For Sail 1999

Weedeater “Southern Cross” from …And Justice for Y’all 2014

Lullaby Players “Southern Cross” from Sleepytime Tunes: Jimmy Buffett Lullaby Renditions 2008

Volume 03 Episode 47 – Down the Rabbit Hole: The Murderess

Air Date: 2019-04-30

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Kim Fox “The Murderess” from Songs Of The Witchblade 1998

Babes In Toyland “Boto(w)rap” from Spanking Machine 1990

Mark Lanegan “Down In The Dark” from The Winding Sheet 1990

Nirvana “Dive” from Sliver 1990

Garbage “Amends” from Strange Little Birds 2016

Against Me! “Dead Friend” from Transgender Dysphoria Blues 2014

Laura Jane Grace “The Best Ever Death Metal Band In Denton” from I Only Listen To The Mountain Goats: All Hail West Texas 2018 – Original artist: The Mountain Goats

The Mountain Goats “Younger” from In League With Dragons 2019

Daemon Chili “Great Blue Sea” from Mercy of the Sea 2016

Astronoid “I Wish I Was There While The Sun Set” from Astronoid 2019

The Pirate Ship Quintet “Emitter” from Emitter 2019

Down the Rabbit Hole with The Murderess on April 30th!

April’s Last Tuesday Treat will be a Down the Rabbit Hole special, airing at 5:05 PM on Tuesday, April 30th.  Mike P. from Windsor, CT, suggested Kim Fox’s “The Murderess” from the Witchblade sound track as a starting point, and we’ll six-degrees of separation a setlist from there through related artists, album cover designers, producers, and recording locations.

April’s Last Tuesday Treat: Down the Rabbit Hole

April’s Last Tuesday Treat will be a Down the Rabbit Hole special.  We’ll start with a song suggested by a listener and build a set list of songs , each having a connection to the previous track.

What is a favorite song of your which is fairly obscure?  Use the form below to share your suggestion!

Volume 03 Episode 42 – Hugh Masekela

Air Date: 2019-03-26

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Artist Song Release Released Song note
The Jazz Epistles Twelve Times Twelve The Rough Guide To South African Jazz 2000 Originally released in 1959 on “Jazz in Africa Vol. 2”. John Mehegan and Chris Joseph p; Hugh Masekela tp; Kippie Moeketsi as; Jonas Gwangwa tb; Claude Shange b; Gene Lattimore d
Hugh Masekela Groove Me Hugh Masekela’s Latest 1967
Betty Davis Live, Love, Learn Columbia Years 1968-1969 2016 Originally released in 1968 as a single under her maiden name “Betty Mabry”.
Hugh Masekela Sala Le Mane Reconstruction 1970
Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa Caution! Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa 1971
Hugh Masekela Unhome Home Is Where The Music Is 1972
Masekela Rekpete Masekela Introducing Hedzoleh Soundz 1973
Masekela In The Market Place I Am Not Afraid 1974
Herb Alpert / Hugh Masekela Skokiaan Herb Alpert / Hugh Masekela 1978
Hugh Masekela Run No More (A Vuo Mo) Waiting For The Rain 1985
Hugh Masekela Beatin’ Aroun De Bush Beatin’ Aroun De Bush 1992