#330 - You Can Say That He Laughed, And He Walked Like St. Francis, With Love

Side A
Artist Song Buy
David Bowie  The Wedding   buy on itunes
Patti Smith  Banga   buy on itunes
Pearl Jam  Pilate   buy on itunes
Whitesnake  Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues   buy on itunes
R.E.M.  Überlin   buy on itunes
The Hooters  All You Zombies   buy on itunes
Spirit  Holy Man   buy on itunes
Faces  Open To Ideas   buy on itunes
Steppenwolf  Jupiter's Child   buy on itunes
Lou Reed  Caroline Says I   buy on itunes
Aerosmith  Under My Skin   buy on itunes
The Cult  For The Animals   buy on itunes
The Verve  Gravity Grave   buy on itunes
Rush  Clockwork Angels   buy on itunes
The Walker Brothers  Lines  buy on itunes
Tin Machine  Sorry  buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Percy's Song   buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
The Mars Volta  Cavalettas   buy on itunes
David Lynch  So Glad   buy on itunes
The Smiths  Wonderful Woman   buy on itunes
Lou Reed  Caroline Says II   buy on itunes
Adele  Take It All   buy on itunes
The Fluid  Human Mill  buy on itunes
Fleetwood Mac  Big Love [Live]  buy on itunes
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band  Like A Rock   buy on itunes
John Kay  My Sportin' Life   buy on itunes
Procol Harum  Playmate Of The Mouth  buy on itunes
Slash  Shots Fired   buy on itunes
The Darkness  Street Spirit (Fade Out)   buy on itunes
Accept  Drifting Away  buy on itunes
Leonard Cohen  Sisters Of Mercy   buy on itunes
Scott Walker  Angels Of Ashes   buy on itunes
Sting  When The Angels Fall   buy on itunes
David Bowie  The Wedding Song   buy on itunes
Aerosmith  Under My Skin (Reprise)  buy on itunes

Comment:

My second posted mix since making my big comeback! As with #329, it's a bit of unfinished business - the second unposted draft conceived since my last all-new mix in 2012. But as they say, it's an oldie but a goodie! (Well, I leave that up to you...;-))

Bit of a religious motif running through this one, as you might notice - although that wasn't really planned for, it just happened that way! The Hooters/Spirit sequence in the first half makes mention of both Moses and Noah, The Patti Smith/Pearl Jam sequence consists of the only two rock songs I know of that make mention of Pontius Pilate's dog! And there are quite a few songs making mention of angels toward the end of the second half. Not to mention the fact that there's a David Bowie track bookending this mix, and he actually played Pilate for Martin Scorsese in "The Last Temptation Of Christ"! But as I said, it was all unplanned for, merely a bit of serendipity... :-)

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