“The Record Box” Playlist for January 24, 2011

Here is the playlist for my radio show, “The Record Box”, from an episode that aired live on January 24th, 2011.

(artist – song)

Hour 1:
The Choir – It’s Cold Outside
The White Stripes – In The Cold, Cold Night
Joni Mitchell – Come In From The Cold
Jon McKiel – Monster of the Miramichi
Galaxie 500 – Cold Night
Jerry Leger – East Coast Queen
Marshall Crenshaw – Mary Anne
Billy Bragg – Greetings to the New Brunette
Mississippi Live & The Dirty Dirty – Had to Leave Her
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Karn Evil 9 (2nd Impression)
Talking Heads – (Nothing But) Flowers
David Byrne & Brian Eno – Strange Overtones
Amos Lee – Listen

Hour 2:
Bruce Cockburn – The Coldest Night of the Year
Holly Cole (with Ed Robertson) – Baby, It’s Cold Outside
Coldplay – Green Eyes
Mookie & The Loyalists – Took Me By Surprise
The Byrds – Goin’ Back
Bad Company – Seagull
Jenn Grant – Oh My Heart
Pixies – Monkey Gone To Heaven
There’s Always – Genghis Khan Wouldn’t Shop At Wal-Mart
Killing Joke – Change
Al Brant – Wide Open
Crowded House – Mean To Me
Elton John – Grey Seal
Carmen Townshend – ‘Til The Morning
Leonard Cohen – Jazz Police

Hour 3:
Mark Heard – Rise From The Ruins
New Country Rehab – Train ’45
Lone Justice – Ways To Be Wicked
Bob Dylan – Meet Me In The Morning
Dire Straits – In The Gallery
Joel Plaskett – New Scotland Blues
Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – Song On The Radio
Jackson Browne – I’m Alive
Aretha Franklin – Good To Me As I Am To You
The Doors – Twentieth Century Fox
The Del Fuegos – Don’t Run Wild
The Clash – Lost In The Supermarket
Tom Petty – Alright For Now

Opening instrumental theme: 4th of July by U2

End of hour instrumental themes: Embryonic Journey by Leo Kottke and Jefferson Airplane

Closing instrumental vamp: Soul Finger by The Bar-Kays

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