#351 - And How We Got The Golden Fleece From Tokin' On That Pipe Of Peace

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Monty Norman  James Bond Theme  buy on itunes
Green Day  Espionage   buy on itunes
Aerosmith  Legendary Child   buy on itunes
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band  Understanding  buy on itunes
R.E.M.  Every Day Is Yours To Win   buy on itunes
David Bowie  The Supermen [Live]   buy on itunes
Robert Plant  Red Dress   buy on itunes
Paul McCartney & Wings  Mrs. Vandebilt  buy on itunes
Spirit  Mr. Skin   buy on itunes
Faces  Too Bad   buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Honest With Me   buy on itunes
The Clash  London's Burning   buy on itunes
Procol Harum  A Souvenir Of London   buy on itunes
Alice Cooper  For Britain Only  buy on itunes
Ramones  Weasel Face  buy on itunes
Blondie  Island Of Lost Souls   buy on itunes
Talking Heads  Blind   buy on itunes
Steppenwolf  Your Wall's Too High   buy on itunes
Gustav Mahler [Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic]  Symphony No. 7 In E Minor ("Song Of The Night"): Third Movement (Scherzo: Schattenhaft. Fließend aber nicht zu schnell)  buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
Rolling Stones  Worried About You  buy on itunes
Fleetwood Mac  You Make Loving Fun   buy on itunes
The Verve  Sonnet   buy on itunes
Primal Scream  (I'm Gonna) Cry Myself Blind   buy on itunes
The Smiths  Never Had No One Ever   buy on itunes
Monster Magnet  Monolithic  buy on itunes
Lamb Of God  Set To Fail  buy on itunes
Iggy Pop  A Machine For Loving   buy on itunes
The Cult  Life > Death  buy on itunes
Soundgarden  Live To Rise   buy on itunes
Rush  Headlong Flight   buy on itunes
Paul McCartney & Wings  Picasso's Last Words (Drink To Me)   buy on itunes
Robert Plant  Turnaround  buy on itunes
David Bowie  The Supermen   buy on itunes
Scott Walker  A Lover Loves   buy on itunes
John Lennon  My Mummy's Dead   buy on itunes
David Lynch  She Rise Up   buy on itunes
Patti Smith  After The Gold Rush   buy on itunes

Comment:

Normally I don't have any more than one song by the same artist in one mix, but in this case I have a couple of "reprises" going on:

1) David Bowie - "The Supermen" (X 2): An acoustic arrangement performed by Bowie and Mick Ronson for a BBC session...and later on, the blood-and-thunder, bordering-on-metal original version from 1970's "The Man Who Sold The World"!

2) Robert Plant - "Red Dress"/"Turnaround": Kind of two different versions of the same bluesy song. The first one is from Plant's 2002 "Dreamland" album (an original number on an album of mostly covers)...while the second number is a bonus track from the remastered version of 1983's "The Principle Of Moments." They both share a number of the same lyrics, including the exact same first verse!

3) Paul McCartney - "Mrs. Vandebilt"/"Picasso's Last Words (Drink To Me)": The later song reprises the "Ho, hey-ho!" chant from the original during the fadeout (and at an earlier point throws in a little of "Jet" from the same album).
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