Vote for March’s Last Tuesday Treat!

Vote for Wonderland with DJ Cheshire Cat on WESU Middletown, 88.1 FM‘s Last Tuesday Treat of March, airing on 3/31! Which artist should be featured in a Distilled Discography special, where we’ll explore as much of the catalog as we can in one show?

Which artist should be featured for a March's Distilled Discography?

  • Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (100%, 1 Votes)
  • Tom Waits (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 1

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Volume 03 Episode 87 – Distilled Discographies: Kraftwerk

Air Date: 2020-02-25

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Organisation “Silver Forest” from Tone Float 1970

Kraftwerk “Ruckzuck” from Kraftwerk 1970

Kraftwerk “Strom” from Kraftwerk 2 1972

Kraftwerk “Elektrisches Roulette” from Ralf & Florian 1973

Kraftwerk “Kometenmelodie 2” from Autobahn (2009 Remaster) 2009 Originally released in 1974

Kraftwerk “Ohm Sweet Ohm” from Radio-Activity 1975

Kraftwerk “Metal on Metal” from Trans Europa Express (2009 Remaster) 2009 Originally released in 1978

Kraftwerk “The Man-Machine” from The Man-Machine 1978

Kraftwerk “It’s More Fun To Compute” from Computer•World 1981

Kraftwerk “The Telephone Call” from Techno Pop [2009 Remaster] 2009 Originally released in 1986 as “Electric Café”

Kraftwerk “Tour De France Étape 1” from Tour De France Soundtracks 2003

Kraftwerk “Tour De France Étape 2” from Tour De France Soundtracks 2003

Volume 03 Episode 83 – Take Me to the River in a Big Yellow Taxi

Air Date: 2020-01-28

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Al Green “Take Me to the River” from Al Green Explores Your Mind 1974

Syl Johnson “Take Me to the River” from Take Me To The River / Could I Be Falling In Love 1975

Foghat “Take Me To The River” from Night Shift 1976

Annie Lennox “Take Me To The River” from Medusa 1995

Bryan Ferry “Take Me To The River” from The Bride Stripped Bare (1999 Remaster) 1999 Previously released in 1978.

Kaleida “Take Me To The River” from Think 2015

Talking Heads “Take Me To The River” from Stop Making Sense (’99 Special New Edition) 1999 Previously released in 1984.

Joni Mitchell “Big Yellow Taxi” from Ladies of the Canyon 1970

Amanda Palmer, Zoe Keating, Sean Ono Lennon and John Cameron Mitchell “Big Yellow Taxi” from Big Yellow Taxi 2018

Counting Crows (featuring Vanessa Carlton) “Big Yellow Taxi” from Big Yellow Taxi 2002

Allday “Big Yellow Taxi” from Triple J: Like A Version 15 2019 N V/A

Big Country “Big Yellow Taxi” from Eclectic 1996 Recorded Live at Dingwalls in London March 20-21, 1996

Bob Dylan “Big Yellow Taxi” from Dylan 1970

La Marisoul “Big Yellow Taxi” from Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration 2019 V/A

Olga Konkova “Big Yellow Taxi” from Improvisational Four: Piano Improvisations Inspired by Joni Mitchell 2009

Which Song Should Be Featured for January’s Search and Recover Special?

January’s Last Tuesday Treat will be a Search and Recover Special.  We’ll spend the entire hour diving into covers of a single song.  Cast your vote  and help decide between “Take Me to the River” and “Big Yellow Taxi”!  The special will air at 5:05 PM on January 28th.

Which song should be featured for January's "Search and Recover" special?

  • "Take Me to the River" by Al Green (50%, 1 Votes)
  • "Big Yellow Taxi" by Joni Mitchell (50%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 2

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Volume 03 Episode 75 – Giving Thanks

Air Date: 2019-11-26

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The Zombies “Hung Up On A Dream” from Odessey And Oracle (50th Anniversary Edition) 2017 Originally released in 1968

Hound Dog Taylor and the HouseRockers “55th Street Boogie” from Hound Dog Taylor and the HouseRockers 1971

 

Suggested by Sir Jon of Pint O’ Comics

The Who “There’s A Doctor” from Tommy (Super Deluxe Edition) 2013 Originally released in 1969. Suggested by Mark in Lansing, Michican

The Who “Go To The Mirror!” from Tommy (Super Deluxe Edition) 2013 Originally released in 1969. Suggested by Mark in Lansing, Michican

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “If 6 Was 9” from Axis: Bold as Love 1967 Suggested by Wayne J. Tirone of Moonbloom

Slayer “Jesus Saves” from Reign in Blood 1986 Suggested by William Smith

Huey Lewis And The News “The Power Of Love” from The Power Of Love 1985 Suggested by Brian in Seymour

The Lovemongers “Sand (Live)” from Strange Euphoria 2012 Suggested by Wendy in Antioch, Illinois

The Muppets “Rainbow Connection” from The Muppet Movie – Original Soundtrack Recording 1979 Suggested by Johnny Ganache of Pint O’ Comics

Steppenwolf “It’s Never Too Late” from At Your Birthday Party 1969

Grateful Dead “Terrapin Station (1987-09-18 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY)” from 30 Trips Around the Sun 2015 Suggested by Jim in East Hampton

 

 

What Songs Are You Thankful For?

Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for November will be a Thanksgiving special, and I’d like to reflect on the music which has made a significant impact on our lives. So let me ask you, what music are you thankful for, and why? Did it lift you up when you were low? Did it express a feeling for which you lacked the words? Did it take you to a place you’ve never been?

Join the conversation over on Wonderland’s Facebook page, and your suggestion could be shared on the 11/26 show!

Volume 03 Episode 71 – Down the Rabbit Hole: The Mummy

Air Date: 2019-10-29

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Bob McFadden & Dor “The Mummy” from The Mummy 1959

Nina Simone “Ne Me Quitte Pas” from I Put A Spell On You 1965 Original artist: Jacques Brel

Dexter Gordon “Lady Iris B” from Clubhouse 1979 Previously recorded by The Dave Bailey Quintet

Gil Mellé “Night Gallery” from Television’s Greatest Hits, Volume 5: In Living Color 1996 V/A

Bobby Darin “I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight [Live][#]” from As Long As I’m Singing: The Bobby Darin Collection 1995 Original artist: Bob Dylan

Climax Featuring Sonny Geraci “Rock and Roll Heaven” from Rock and Roll Heaven 1973

The Smithereens “Time Won’t Let Me” from Time Won’t Let Me (From The Motion Picture “Timecop”) 1994 Original artist: The Outsiders

King Missile “My Heart Is A Flower” from The Way to Salvation 1991

Ann Magnuson, Dave Rick “Dr. Mom” from Colonel Jeffrey Pumpernickel 2001 V/A

Stephen Malkmus “Ocean Of Revenge” from Groove Denied 2019

The Brian Jonestown Massacre “Drained” from The Brian Jonestown Massacre 2019

The Charlatans “Plastic Machinery” from Different Days 2017

Charlatans “Codine” from Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 1998 Original artist: Buffy Saint-Marie.

Ace of Cups “Pepper in the Pot (feat. Buffy Sainte?Marie)” from Ace of Cups 2018

Volume 03 Episode 66 – Cover to Cover: Dark Side of the Moon

Air Date: 2019-09-24

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Gallops “Speak To Me” from Mojo Presents… Return To

 The Dark Side Of The Moon 2011 V/A

Mary Fahl “Breathe” from From The Dark Side of the Moon 2011

Easy Star All Stars “Time” from Dub Side of the Moon 2003

Philippe Laloy “The Great Gig in the Sky” from Kind of Pink (Another Side of Pink Floyd) 2013

Doom Side Of The Moon “Money” from Doom Side Of The Moon 2017

Bob Kulick, Dweezil Zappa, Jimmy Haslip, John Wetton, Michael Sherwood, Pat Mastelotto, Scotty Page & Tony Kaye “Us and Them” from Just Like… Rock Legends Playing The Songs Of Pink Floyd 2008 V/A

Matt Berry “Any Colour You Like” from Night Terrors 2017

The Flaming Lips and Stardeath and White Dwarfs “Brain Damage” from The Flaming Lips And Stardeath And White Dwarfs With Henry Rollins And Peaches Doing Dark Side Of The Moon 2010

Of Arrowe Hill “Eclipse” from Mojo Presents… Return To The Dark Side Of The Moon 2011 V/A

Celtic Pink Floyd “On the Turning Away” from Celtic Pink Floyd 2011

The London Philharmonic Orchestra “Us and Them” from Us & Them: Symphonic Pink Floyd 1995

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.

Which album should be featured for September's "Cover to Cover" special?

  • Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" (60%, 3 Votes)
  • Led Zeppelin's "IV" (40%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 5

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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