WMUH Radio
"Tuesday Morning AM/FM Show"
Playlist for January 30, 2007

THEME: It's the Music
Cat Stevens - Music - 4:21 from 1974's Buddha and the Chocolate Box
Alejandro Escovedo - Notes of Air - 4:37 from 2004's 13 Ways to Live
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) - 6:53 from 1994's Grace
Eels - What Is this Note? - 2:27 from 2001's Souljacker
Marykate O'Neil - Radio Shack - 3:25 from 2002's Marykate O'Neil
Pete Townshend - Pure and Easy - 5:33 1972's Who Came First

A pillar band of rock, the Who featuring Pete Townshend playing guitar and writing most of the songs, singer Roger Daltrey, bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon, now deceased, formed in 1964 in London. They were part of the British invasion of America in the 60ís and, continued to grow in popularity until eventually becoming a stadium band. The Who were one of the most innovative and powerful bands in rock history.

Getting in Tune - 4:50 from 1971's Who's Next
Substitute - 2:13 from 1994's Thirty Years of Maximum R&B
Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand - 2:28 from 1967's The Who Sell Out
How Many Friends - 4:05 from 1975's The Who by Numbers
I'm Free - 2:39 from 1969's Tommy
Happy Jack - 2:39 from 1967's The Who Sell Out
Doctor Jimmy - 4:57 from 1984's Who's Last
The Song Is Over - 6:14 from 1971's Who's Next

The Kinks - Juke Box Music - 5:32 from 1977's Sleepwalker
The Lovin' Spoonful - Jug Band Music - 2:53 from 2000's Greatest Hits [Buddha]
Violent Femmes - American Music - 3:50 from 1991's Why Do Birds Sing?
Bob Marley - Roots, Rock, Reggae - 3:28 from 2000's Rastaman Vibration
Kate Bush - Eat the Music - 5:11 from 1993's The Red Shoes
The Mekons - Blow Your Tuneless Trumpet - 3:56 from 1989's Rock 'N Roll

Olga - For the Love of Music - 3:44 from 2004's Kiss Your Blues Away
Annie Gallup - 100 Miles from Music City - 3:19 from 1998's Courage My Love
Kim Fox - I've Got Music - 3:27 from 2003's Return to Planet Earth
Cowboy Junkies - Musical Key - 3:55 from 1996's Lay It Down
Feist - When I Was a Young Girl (Traditional) - 3:08 from 2004's Let It Die

The Beach Boys - Add Some Music to Your Day - 3:36 from 1970's Sunflower
Jonathan Richman - This Kind of Music - 2:09 from 1983's Jonathan Sings
Elton John - Harmony - 2:45 from 1973's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road