Links to Radio Playlists

Some of you have asked why I haven’t been posting my radio show playlists lately. I really haven’t had much time for typing them in. But some of them are on the WUSB Stony Brook NY 90.1 FM website under my program’s listing. Please check them out, and tell me what you think!

So far this year, the top song has been “Endlessly” by Green River Ordinance. What — me, playing ballads?? No apology for this one.

If any of you are from commercial stations and wonder what you should do for Christmas, send me an email.

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Bob Longman Sun 12:30-2:30 pm 23 September 2007
wusb.fm (90.1 FM, Stony Brook NY USA)

title — artist — album (if any) — notation
(N=new, R=request)
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No Love Is Free — Tom Griffin — 40 Years Later — N
Mountains o’ Things — the Duhks
Stop By Anytime — Devon Sproul — Keep Your Silver Shined — N
Between Friends — Rollyn Zoubek — Hinge
Victory At Sea — Bill Morrissey — Come Running — N
the Deep — Claire Holley
Let Someone Love Me — Solomon Burke — Make Do w. What You Got
Hang Out With the Moon — Diana Jones — The One That Got Away
Scarborough Fair — Simon & Garfunkel
Away Down the River — Alison Krauss — 100 Miles or More — N
Light Years — Caroline Peyton — Intuition
Right On Time — Eric Bibb — Natural Light
Lies (That I Have Known) — Patsy Moore — Regarding the Human Condition
Eyes On the Prize — Mavis Staples — We’ll Never Turn Back — N
Al ‘n Yetta — Allan Sherman
the Trumpet Child — Over the Rhine — Trumpet Child — N
Let Us Get Together — Marie Knight — Let Us Get Together — N
All My People — Hope Nunnery — Wilderness Lounge — N
I’m Gonna Change My Ways — Peter Case — Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John — N
Lelilungelo Ngelakho — Soweto Gospel Choir — N
Late In the Evening — Spanish Harlem Orch/Paul Simon — United We Swing — N
That Was Me — Paul McCartney — Memory Almost Full — N
She Remembers — Tim Grimm
Feels Good — Take 6 — Feels Good — N
Water To Drink — BR6 — Here To Stay — N

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It’s strange, how so many of the TV shows Allan Sherman mentions in Al ‘n Yetta (from the ’60s) can still be seen on some cable channel. Case’s song is about wanting to repent — but wanting it not quite enough. The Trumpet Child is eschatology through the grid of supper club music. Bill Morrisey (with Phil Minnisale) is appearing Sunday 2pm at the University Cafe here on the Stony Brook campus. Catch you there?