I was happy to be asked to sit in on The Vinyl Countdown, WXOJ’s premier all vinyl radio show. Kate Lorenz, the Vinyl Countdown’s regular host, asked me to host a special edition. I was excited to go through my extensive vinyl album collection and pick out some favorites that don’t fit into Nine Volt Heart’s usual genres. Here is the playlist from the program which aired on 8/2;
The Band, Life is a Carnival, from “Rock of Ages, Live In concert 1970”.
Allman Brothers, Midnight Rider, previously unreleased Live, Fillmore East 1971 collected in Duane Allman, An Anthology Vol. II
Johnny Cash, Folsom Prison Blues from “The King and the Queen”, a double album from Johnny Cash and Tammy Wynette.
Warren Zevon, Tenderness On The Block, from “Excitable Boy”
Little Feat, Fat Man In the Bathtub, from “Waiting for Columbus”.
George Harrison, Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth) from “Living in the Material World”. 1973
Bob Marley and the Wailers, War/No More Trouble, from a collection called “Rebel Music” Live 1986
Jim Croce, I’ll have to Say I Love You in a Song, from Photographs and Memories, A Greatest Hits Collection.
Jerry Garcia, Loser, from Jerry Garcia, solo album 1972.
Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia, After Midnight, from “Fire Up”
Grateful Dead, Dire Wolf, from Workingman’s Dead 1970.
Jerry Garcia, Comes A Time, from Reflections 1976.
Old and In The Way, Midnight Moonlight, Old and In The Way, Live At The Boarding House.
The audio of this radio show follows here: