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Post by Smackie Chan » Sat May 02, 2020 10:06 am

Spotted in TuneTown last night were 88, smackaholic,Mikey, Left Seater, Diego in Seattle, and Derron.

1 Better Call Saul Intro Theme (Extended)
2 The Doors - "Strange Days"
3 Suicidal Tendencies - "Institutionalized"
4 Palmyra Delran and The Doppel Gang - "Come Spy with Me"
5 Albert King - "Blues at Sunrise (Live)"
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6 Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - "Tin Pan Alley"
7 John Lee Hooker - "Endless Boogie, Parts 27 and 28"
8 The J. Geils Band - "Serves You Right To Suffer" (Live)
9 Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - "Stone Cold Crazy"
10 Johnny Winter - "It's My Own Fault"
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11 Houndmouth - "Sedona"
12 Nick Lowe - "Switchboard Susan"
13 Dave Edmunds - "From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come)"
14 Rockpile - "Play That Fast Thing (One More Time)"
15 The Strypes - "Heart of the City"
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16 Bonnie Raitt - "Love Has No Pride"
17 Al Stewart - "Year of the Cat"
18 Bee Gees - "Lonely Days"
19 Ambrosia - "Nice, Nice, Very Nice"
20 Neil Young & Crazy Horse - "Pocahontas"
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21 The Blues Brothers - "Messin' with the Kid"
22 Otis Redding - "Hard to Handle"
23 Rory Gallagher - "I Could've Had Religion (Live)"
24 Leon Russell - "Shootout on the Plantation"
25 Collective Soul - "Shine"
26 Ten Years After - "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live)"
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27 The Alarm - "Sold Me Down the River"
28 Fleetwood Mac - "I'm So Afraid" (Live)
29 The Baseball Project - "Past Time"
30 Prima Donna - "Sing to Death"
31 Alice Cooper - "Your Mama Won't Like Me"
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32 Gary Clark, Jr. - "This Land"
33 Spirit - "Animal Zoo"
34 The Surfrajettes - "Undercover Secretary"
35 The Detroit Cobras - "Just Can't Please You"
36 Lyres - "Help You Ann"
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37 Los Straitjackets - "Sing, Sing, Sing"
38 Dick Dale and His Del-Tones - "Let's Go Trippin'"
39 The Brian Setzer Orchestra - "Mr. Surfer Goes Jazzin?"
40 The Stooges - "Loose"
41 Cheap Trick - "He's a Whore"
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42 Black Sabbath - "Hole in the Sky"
43 The Rolling Stones - "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man"
44 Simon & Garfunkel - "Keep The Customer Satisfied"
45 Bessie Smith - "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out"
46 Robin Trower - "The Fool and Me"
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47 The Plastic Pals - "Timing Is Everything"
48 Jupiter in Velvet - "The Beauty of U"
49 Los Campesinos - "You! Me! Dancing!"
50 Dinosaur Jr - "Feel the Pain"
51 David Bowie - "Oh! You Pretty Things"
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52 REO Speedwagon - "Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight"
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Re: Radio -

Post by The Big Pickle » Sat May 02, 2020 11:18 am

Wowsa.....a complete list of the WORST SONGS by the Greatest Artists...


PASS!


Let us know . . .

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Re: Radio -

Post by Roach » Sat May 02, 2020 1:12 pm

And when the phone NEVER FUCKKING rings, it will be Smackie and Wolfman.

Don't foul the waters, man. This didn't go well last time. ok?

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Post by The Big Pickle » Sat May 02, 2020 1:40 pm

Roach wrote:
Sat May 02, 2020 1:12 pm
And when the phone NEVER FUCKKING rings, it will be Smackie and Wolfman.

Don't foul the waters, man. This didn't go well last time. ok?
Understood...but look at the attendence...three people?

Really? Is that what you want?

Think outside the box....how can you attract more than 3 people?

Simple...Play the Greatest from the GREATEST!

I'm trying to help...I love Tune Town...I'm only trying to make it better!

Play the best songs and they will cum.

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Post by Derron » Sat May 02, 2020 9:30 pm

The Big Pickle wrote:
Sat May 02, 2020 1:40 pm

Understood...but look at the attendence...three people?
Fucking troll can't even count right. Nobody wants your troll bitch ass in there anyway. Fellate a pistol.
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Re: Radio -

Post by Innocent Bystander » Tue May 05, 2020 4:39 pm

Roach wrote:
Sat May 02, 2020 1:12 pm
And when the phone NEVER FUCKKING rings, it will be Smackie and Wolfman.

Don't foul the waters, man. This didn't go well last time. ok?
Is that tinnitis smack? :shock:
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Sat May 02, 2020 9:30 pm
Fucking troll can't even count right. Nobody wants your troll bitch ass in there anyway. Fellate a pistol.
This ain't high school, brah. Relax. Next Friday call it a Pickle Playlist, and devote 30 minutes to what Pickle requests -- then B-side Pickle's choices. Easy peasy, Japanesey.

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Re: Radio -

Post by Smackie Chan » Tue May 05, 2020 6:24 pm

Innocent Bystander wrote:
Tue May 05, 2020 4:39 pm
Next Friday call it a Pickle Playlist, and devote 30 minutes to what Pickle requests
He hasn't requested many songs, but those that he has, I've played. When he throws his tantrums complaining about my playlists, I ask him for suggestions, to which his canned response is "play the best songs by the best bands." He'd simply rather bitch than contribute anything meaningful. Shocking, I know.
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Post by smackaholic » Wed May 06, 2020 8:47 pm

Play the classic rock standards he asks for....done by other artists, just to piss him off.

I think you actually did do it once.
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Post by Smackie Chan » Sat May 09, 2020 1:25 am

Tune-night's TuneTownians included Mikey, 88, Diego in Seattle, Innocent Bystander, mamamustanger, Left Seater, and Wolfman.

1 Mama's Family Theme
2 The Band - "Chest Fever"
3 The Doobie Brothers - "The Doctor"
4 West, Bruce & Laing - "The Doctor"
5 UFO - "Doctor Doctor"
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6 Hiroshima - "San Say"
7 Frank Zappa - "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow"
8 Little River Band - "It's a Long Way There"
9 Billy Joel - "Captain Jack"
10 Garland Jeffreys - "Innocent"
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11 Jefferson Starship - "Ride the Tiger"
12 The Coolies - "Ignoramus"
13 The Friggs - "Bad Word for a Good Thing"
14 Roy Buchanan - "Treat Her Right"
15 Ian Hunter - "Bastard"
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16 J. Roddy Walston & the Business - "Rock and Roll II"
17 T. Rex - "Bang a Gong (Get It On)"
18 Frankie Miller - "Ain't Got No Money/Fire Down Below" (Live)
19 Queen - "'39"
20 Vinegar Joe - "Never Met a Dog (That Took to Me)"
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21 Danzig - "Mother"
22 Stephen Lynch - "Mother's Day" (Live)
23 Cream - "Mother's Lament"
24 The Beatles - "Your Mother Should Know"
25 Blue Öyster Cult - "Mommy"
26 Tracy Bonham - "Mother Mother"
27 Blink-182 - "Mothers Day"
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28 The Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Catfish Blues"
29 Goldfish - "Fort Knox"
30 Walter Trout & The Free Radicals - "Good Enough to Eat" (Live)
31 Rory Gallagher - "Loanshark Blues"
32 Leftover Salmon - "Almost Cut My Hair" (Live)
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33 Sparks - "I Predict"
34 The Tony Jackson Group - "Fortune Teller"
35 Baby Woodrose - "Fortune Teller"
36 E.C. Scott - "The Forecast Calls for Blues"
37 Robert Cray - "The Forecast (Calls for Pain)"
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38 Moby Grape - "Never"
39 Led Zeppelin - "Since I've Been Loving You" (Live)
40 Crosby, Stills & Nash - "Long Time Gone"
41 Arcade Fire - "Month of May"
42 The Colorblind James Experience - "Buster Cornelius"
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43 Joe Cocker - "Bye Bye Blackbird"
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Re: Radio -

Post by Innocent Bystander » Sun May 10, 2020 3:17 pm

smackaholic wrote:
Wed May 06, 2020 8:47 pm
Play the classic rock standards he asks for....done by other artists, just to piss him off.

I think you actually did do it once.
What's the archive number?

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Re: Radio -

Post by Smackie Chan » Sun May 10, 2020 5:47 pm

Innocent Bystander wrote:
Sun May 10, 2020 3:17 pm
What's the archive number?
I don't remember ever doing it; not sure when or if it was recorded/archived.
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Post by Smackie Chan » Fri May 15, 2020 8:13 pm

Tonight in TuneTown, we celebrate the fairer sex as a follow-up to last week's show honoring mothers. IB suggested a show devoted to women musicians, and I will oblige. The episode will include girl groups, classic rock, blues, pop, punk, alternative, instrumentals, and even a little disco - all from female artists and bands featuring women. The show will get started around 9:00 PM Eastern or earlier, and you should be a part of it. Dig the chicks!
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Post by 88 » Fri May 15, 2020 9:38 pm

Fookin IN!

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Post by Smackie Chan » Fri May 15, 2020 9:40 pm

88 wrote:
Fri May 15, 2020 9:38 pm
Fookin IN!
C'mon into chat & let's fire this bitch up!
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Re: Radio -

Post by smackaholic » Sat May 16, 2020 9:32 am

WOW!!!!

To you fukkers that were sitting at home crying because you can't go out on a Friday night and have a good time, you missed a damn good time in tune town.

I have always been mildly impressed by Smackie's interweb DJ skillz.

I am now in awe.

He did 4 plus hours of estrogen powered rock and roll, blues, country, bluegrass etc.

It was fukking epcot. Actually, it was a few notches past epcot. I don't think there's been an adjective yet invented to describe it.

If you weren't there, you suck. But, you already knew that.
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Post by Wolfman » Sat May 16, 2020 10:02 am

Nice to have some tunes on a Friday night. Smackie must spend a lot of spare time culling through tunes and loading them up to play. I know what it takes and I have no where near the library of iTunes he has on my iMac.
Last night he did play several numbers that were hits in their time so his library is not just obscure album filler/throw aways, although he does have a lot of them.
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Post by Smackie Chan » Sat May 16, 2020 12:06 pm

Last night's audience included Mikey, Wolfman, smackaholic, mamamustanger, Military Baby, Innocent Bystander, 88, Dinsdale, Derron, and Left Seater. The reviews are in and...
smackaholic wrote:WOW!!!!
Thanks for the kind words, 'holic, and props to IB for the inspiration to air a female-dominated episode of TuneTown. Went as well, or perhaps even better, than might have been expected. If anyone's interested in a re-airing of the show, let me know and I'll make it happen.
Wolfman wrote:his library is not just obscure album filler/throw aways
I'm fine with having some (much?) of what I play characterized as obscure, and perhaps a few songs might be considered "throwaways," but just because a song was never released as a single or featured in heavy FM radio rotation does not make it a throwaway or somehow lacking in quality compared to the "hits." Among the most egregious shortcomings of the music and radio industry is its failure to expose some of the best music created to the masses by limiting single releases and radio airplay to the relatively small number of songs that a few industry executives and program directors deem worthy. I try to do my (very) small part to remedy such injustices by playing great (or at least above-average) songs that are seldom heard, and mixing in a few hits to spice things up a bit. That being said, last night's lucky listeners were treated to:

1 Regina Spektor - "You've Got Time" (Theme from "Orange Is the New Black")
2 Ronnie Spector - "Hey Sah-Lo-Ney"
3 Bette Midler - "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"
4 The Stone Poneys - "Different Drum"
5 Nancy Sinatra - "The Last of the Secret Agents"
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6 Fanny - "Ain't That Peculiar"
7 Gloria Jones - "Tainted Love"
8 Grace Jones - "Demolition Man"
9 Pat Benatar - "Never Wanna Leave You"
10 Wanda Jackson - "Shakin' All Over"
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11 Pink - "Me & Bobby McGee"
12 Dolly Parton - "Jolene"
13 Scandal - "The Warrior"
14 Siouxsie & the Banshees - "Christine"
15 Donna Summer - "Hot Stuff"
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16 Patsy Cline - "Crazy"
17 Jeannie C. Riley - "Harper Valley PTA"
18 Lynn Anderson - "Rose Garden"
19 Bonnie Raitt - "Give It Up or Let Me Go"
20 Sheryl Crow featuring Stevie Nicks - "Steve McQueen"
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21 Delaney & Bonnie & Friends - "Little Richard Medley" (Live)
22 Lillian Briggs - "I Want You to Be My Baby"
23 Tina Turner - "The Acid Queen"
24 Aretha Franklin featuring Duane Allman - "The Weight"
25 Janis Joplin - "Ball and Chain" (Live)
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26 Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton - "Hound Dog"
27 Etta James - "I'd Rather Go Blind"
28 Darlene Love - "Ooo-Wee Baby"
29 Lavern Baker - "Jim Dandy"
30 Diana Ross & the Supremes - "Reflections"
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31 The Great Kat - "Ride of the Valkyries"
32 Rodrigo y Gabriela - "Paris"
33 Heart - "Crazy on You"
34 Alison Krauss & Union Station - "My Poor Old Heart"
35 Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers (feat. Joe Bonamassa) - "Pretty Good for a Girl"
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36 Samantha Fish - "Go to Hell"
37 Joni Mitchell - "Raised on Robbery"
38 Alabama Shakes - "Hold On"
39 Adele - "Rolling in the Deep"
40 Cyndi Lauper feat. Jonny Lang - "Crossroads"
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41 Rhiannon Giddens - "Shake Sugaree"
42 Fleetwood Mac - "Heroes Are Hard to Find"
43 Laura Nyro - "Eli's Comin'"
44 Mama Cass - "Dream a Little Dream of Me"
45 Maria Muldaur - "Midnight at the Oasis"
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46 Gertrude "Ma" Rainey - "See See Rider Blues"
47 Ruth Brown - "If I Can't Sell It, I'll Keep Sittin' on It"
48 Grateful Dead - "Shakedown Street"
49 Patti Smith Group - "Ask the Angels"
50 The Motels - "Mission of Mercy"
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51 Björk - "Human Behaviour"
52 Joan Baez - "Diamonds and Rust"
53 Judy Collins - "Both Sides Now"
54 Chrissie Hynde - "Dark Sunglasses"
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55 Missing Persons - "Words"
56 Palmyra Delran and the Doppel Gang feat. Ben Vaughn, Peter Zaremba & Mike Edison - "Tape a Nickel to the Tonearm"
57 Elle King - "Where the Devil Don't Go"
58 Carole King - "Youv'e Got a Friend"
59 Jefferson Airplane - "White Rabbit"
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60 Shannon and the Clams - "Point of Being Right"
61 The Dollyrots - "Jackie Chan"
62 Cocktail Slippers - "You Give Me"
63 ZZ Ward - "Move Like You Stole It" (Kick Kick Snare Acoustic Session)
64 Etta James - "At Last"
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65 Bananarama - "Cruel Summer"
66 The Bangles - "Hazy Shade of Winter"
67 Cold Blood and Tower of Power - "Down to the Bone"
68 The Go-Go's - "We Got the Beat"
69 The B-52's - "Give Me Back My Man"
70 Spiderbait - "Fucken Awesome"
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71 Bessie Banks - "Go Now"
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Post by Wolfman » Sat May 16, 2020 4:09 pm

I know the choices are almost endless, but surprised there was no Genya Raven as she is featured a lot of LSUG.
Sure some albums are chock full of goodies, but all too many had those fillers and chestnuts.
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Post by Smackie Chan » Sat May 16, 2020 6:33 pm

Wolfman wrote:
Sat May 16, 2020 4:09 pm
surprised there was no Genya Raven
She was in the queue but was among the couplefew dozen or so that I didn't around to playing last night. She'll get her chance.
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Re: Radio -

Post by smackaholic » Fri May 22, 2020 4:38 pm

So whataya say?

Another evening of the fairer sex?

I’m sure you could do a few more shows, but that means I can’t hear a lot of the stuff I want. I think you should shoot for at least one chick song per set.


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Post by Wolfman » Fri May 22, 2020 7:34 pm

As long as they are 6' apart and wearing masks.
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Re: Radio -

Post by Smackie Chan » Fri May 22, 2020 9:36 pm

smackaholic wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 4:38 pm
So whataya say?

Another evening of the fairer sex?

I’m sure you could do a few more shows, but that means I can’t hear a lot of the stuff I want. I think you should shoot for at least one chick song per set.
I'm sure I could do something close to that; still have plenty of songs in the queue featuring the ladies, but I probably won't make a dedicated effort to include them in every set. But I'll likely play sets with more than one, so it'll even out. Since it's Memorial Day weekend, I'll do sets about wars, battles, memories, etc. Also may do a murder hornet set, because I can. See you there.
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Post by Smackie Chan » Sat May 23, 2020 10:23 am

Last night's listeners included, but were not necessarily limited to, smackaholic, Wolfman, mamamustanger, Jsc810, Ivy & Robert in Rochester, Kierland, JHawkBCD, Dinsdale, and Carson

1 The Green Hornet Theme
2 Radio Birdman - "Murder City Nights"
3 Lee Michaels - "Murder In My Heart for the Judge"
4 Joe Louis Walker - "Hornet's Nest"
5 Frank Zappa with Sting - "Murder by Numbers (Live)"
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6 Old 97's - "Ivy"
7 The Coasters - "Poison Ivy"
8 The Beatles - "Michelle"
9 Alejandro Escovedo - "Chip N' Tony"
10 The Chips - "Rubber Biscuit"
11 The Baseball Project - "Pete Rose Way"
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12 Datura4 - "Wolfman Boogie"
13 I'm Not Jim - "Drink 'Til I'm Sober"
14 Pink Floyd - "Wish You Were Here"
15 Wynonna - "Girls with Guitars"
16 Meat Loaf - "Paradise by the Dashboard Light"
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17 Edwin Starr - "War"
18 War - "Why Can't We Be Friends"
19 Triumph - "Fight the Good Fight"
20 Delaney & Bonnie - "When the Battle Is Over"
21 Black Sabbath - "War Pigs/Luke's Wall"
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22 Eric Gales - "Cut & Run"
23 JHawkBCD - "Mr. Cellphone-The RtS Mix"
24 Leon Russell - "Medley Jumpin' Jack Flash/Youngblood" (Live)
25 Arcade Fire - "Month of May"
26 Blue Öyster Cult - "Then Came the Last Days of May"
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27 The Allman Brothers Band - "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed"
28 The Dogs - "Do You Remember Me Now"
29 Weezer - "Memories"
30 Taste - "I'll Remember"
31 The Smithereens - "Only a Memory"
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32 Dirty Loops - "Work Shit Out"
33 Grateful Dead - "I Need a Miracle"
34 Rory Block - "Keepin' Outta Trouble"
35 Mike Bloomfield, John Hammond, Jr. and Dr. John - "Cha-Dooky-Do"
36 Warren Zevon - "Boom Boom Mancini"
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37 Thin Lizzy - "Cowboy Song"
38 Cowboy Mouth - "Light It on Fire"
39 Kid Rock - "Cowboy"
40 The Go - "Yer Stoned Italian Cowboy"
41 Ween - "Japanese Cowboy"
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42 Cheap Trick - "Goodnight Now" (Live)
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Re: Radio -

Post by Softball Bat » Sat May 23, 2020 10:41 am

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