Wonderland: 2018-07-31 Volume 03 Episode 11 – Production Value: Quincy Jones

A celebration of the 60 plus years of Quincy Jones’s amazing career as a producer.

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Clifford Brown, Art Farmer and The Swedish All Stars “‘Scuse These Bloos” from Cliff Brown Art Farmer and The Swedish All Stars (1954)

Dinah Washington “Dream” from Dream (1962) — Originally written by Johnny Mercer and recorded by The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra

Lesley Gore “Je Ne Sais Plus” from Je Ne Sais Plus (You Don’t Own Me) (1963)

Frank Sinatra and Count Basie and His Orchestra “Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)” from It Might As Well Be Swing (1964) — Originally written by Bart Howard and recorded by Kaye Ballard

Little Richard “Money Is” from Money Is / Money Runner (1972)

The Brothers Johnson “Strawberry Letter 23” from Right On Time (1977)

Michael Jackson “You Can’t Win” from The Wiz (1978)

Michael Jackson “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” from OFF THE WALL (1979)

Rufus & Chaka “Masterjam” from Masterjam (1979)

George Benson “Love X Love” from Give me the night (1980)

Frank Sinatra with Quincy Jones and Orchestra “The Best Of Everything” from L.A. Is My Lady (1984)

Emily Bear “Diversity” from DIVERSITY (2013)

Nikki Yanofsky “Something New” from Little Secret (2014)

Alfredo Rodriguez “Cu-Bop” from Sounds of Space (2012)

Last Tuesday Treat 2018-07-31: Select a producer for Production Value!

Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for June 26th, 2018 will be a Production Value special, where we will feature the catalog of one of our favorite producers!  Vote using the poll below!

Who should be featured on Production Value?

  • Quincy Jones (38%, 5 Votes)
  • Brendan O'Brien (31%, 4 Votes)
  • Rick Rubin (31%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 13

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Quincy Jones, whose notable collaborations include:

  • Michael Jackson
  • Brothers Johnson
  • Dizzy Gillespie
  • Leslie Gore



Brendan O’Brien, whose notable collaborations include:

  • Pearl Jam
  • Neil Young
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Mastodon



Rick Rubin, whose notable collaborations include:

  • Beastie Boys
  • Run D.M.C.
  • Johnny Cash
  • Tom Petty




Wonderland: 2018-06-26 Volume 03 Episode 06 – Cover to Cover: Changesonebowie

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The Flaming Lips “Space Oddity” from Space Oddity (2016)

Ask The Dust “John I’m Only Dancing” from Bowie Mania (2007)

Butterfly Boucher featuring David Bowie “Changes” from Shrek 2 (2004)

Bauhaus “Ziggy Stardust” from Swing the Heartache – BBC Sessions (1989) — Broadcast on July 1st, 1982 on the David Jensen show.

Frankie Goes to Hollywood “Suffragette City” from Rage Hard (1986)

The Reverend Shawn Amos “The Jean Genie” from Breaks It Down (2018) New

John Vanderslice “This Ain’t Rock and Roll, This Is Suicide” from Vanderslice Plays Diamond Dogs (2013)

John Vanderslice “Diamanthunde” from Vanderslice Plays Diamond Dogs (2013)

Tegan and Sara featuring Grace Nocturnal “Rebel Rebel” from Spiders From Venus (Indie Women Artists And Female-Fronted Bands Cover David Bowie) (2003)

The Cure “Young Americans” from Join the Dots: B-Sides & Rarities (2007) — Previously released in 1995 on “104.9 (An XFM Compilation Album)”

Eurythmics “Fame” from Touch [2005 Remastered Edition] (2005)

Mascara “Golden Years” from See You In L.A. (2012)

Jherek Bischoff And Amanda Palmer “Space Oddity” from Strung Out In Heaven: A Bowie String Quartet Tribute (2016)

Mike Garson “Space Oddity” from The Bowie Variations For Piano (2011)

The Moog Cookbook “Ziggy Stardust” from Ye Olde Space Band: Plays Classic Rock Hits (1997)

Last Tuesday Treat 2018-06-26: Select an album for Cover to Cover

Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for June 26th, 2018 will be a Cover to Cover!  The show will feature a track-by-track tribute to a classic album.  Please use the poll below to vote for the album you’d like to see covered.

(Voting ends at 11:59 PM on Friday, June 22nd, 2018.)

Which album should Wonderland feature on Cover to Cover?

  • David Bowie's Changesonebowie (50%, 9 Votes)
  • Nirvana's Nevermind (28%, 5 Votes)
  • Led Zeppelin's Led Zeppelin IV (22%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 18

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Wonderland: 2018-05-29 Volume 03 Episode 02 – Very Merry Unbirthday to Paz Lenchantin

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Paz Lenchantin “rainbow Zen” from Yellow mY skYcaptain (2000)

Josephine Foster “Sacred is the Star” from Blood Rushing (2012)

Silver Jews “The Poor, The Fair And The Good” from Tanglewood Numbers (2005)

Jenny Lewis “Black Sand” from Acid Tongue (2008)

A Perfect Circle “The Hollow (Constantly Consuming Remix)” from aMOTION (2004)

Auf der Maur “My Foggy Notion” from Auf Der Maur (2004)

Queens of the Stone Age “Mosquito Song” from Songs for the Deaf (2002)

Zwan “Settle Down” from Mary Star Of The Sea (2003)

Pixies “All I Think About Now” from Head Carrier (2016)

EnTrance “Valium Blues” from Prayer Of Death (2006)

Jarboe “A Woman’s Dreams” from The Men Album (2005)

Last Tuesday Treat 2018-05-29: Vote for a Very Merry Unbirthday

Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for May 29th, 2018 will be a Very Merry Unbirthday!  We’ll celebrate the work of a prolific artist during the show, but Wonderland needs your help to select whom should be featured!  Please use the poll below to vote for the musician you’d like to see featured.

(Voting ends at 11:59 PM on Friday, May 25th, 2018.)

Who should Wonderland celebrate with a Very Merry Unbirthday?

  • Paz Lenchantin of Entrance, A Perfect Circle, Zwan, and Pixies (75%, 3 Votes)
  • Aynsley Dunbar of The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation, Frank Zappa and the Mothers, and Journey (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees, Mark Lanegan Band, and The Gutter Twins (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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