Wednesday, 4-11-12 *indicates edits or additions.

Edited, and some additions, evening, 4-11-12

If you see a star, it indicates edits and additions for the morning, or the day, in the title. I'm going to do it this way for a while, just editing this post. Eventually, when my brain isn't so mushy, I'll try and make it more cohesive. I'm not used to listening to this much, mostly hard rock.

To those who have made suggestions by email, and you don't see them, means only that I haven't had time to find, and listen to them. Sometimes work and life gets in the way. As a side note, Spotify was suggested by either Micheal Wright, Art Dealer, or Frank M. Baum, DJ and Voice Artist. Like I said, my brain is mush. Spotify, however, is a great way to look at a groups entire oeuvre, and, unlike iTunes, listen to the complete tracks. I like Spotify, and I don't need the pay versions, as I have WiFi where I listen to music, though not in the car. The Spotify interface is, a little rough, but doable. I will probably purchase what is missing from my list, just so I can take it with me if I do some more road trips. Used to do a lot of driving, and due to boredom with highways and interstates, back roads. I've been on every road in a 20-30 mile radius of Illinois Route 1, between East Central Illinois, and Chicago. Summertime, windows down, corn and bugs, which reminds me, "Summertime", Janis Joplin, Big Brother and the Holding Company ...

The list this day, not in any particular order.

1. All Along the Watchtower, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix. Dylan thought this was better than his own.
2. LA Woman, Jim Morrison, The Doors.
3. Henry, John Dawson, New Riders of the Purple Sage. Baer Charlton suggested "Riders", Henry is really a driving song. 8-)
4.Free Bird, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Suggested by Richard Christie/Framemaker. 
There are multiple versions of this, including some live performances over 20 minutes. "Long" form, indeed. See East West, #10
5. Little Wing, Jimi Hendrix. I like his version, Eric Clapton has covered it, but my favorite is an instrumental cover by Stevie Ray Vaughan. I was introduced to this by TOP.
6. Pipeline, The Chantays
7. Back in the USSR, The Beatles, suggested by Kim Hoffmann
8. Fire on the Mountain, Toy Caldwell (?), The Marshall Tucker Band.
9. Radar Love, George Kooymans/Barry Hay, Golden Earring.
10. East West, Mike Bloomfield/Nick Gravenites, Paul Butterfield Blues Band. This is a very important piece by a band that influenced the San Francisco sound, including the Grateful Dead, and their "long" versions. 
11. Dancing in the Dark, Bruce Springsteen. My cousin, Dave Westrum, suggested some other Springsteen songs, but ...
12. Candyman, Hunter/Garcia, The Grateful Dead
13. Wild Horses, Jagger/Richards, The Rolling Stones
14. Except the New Girl, Chris Isaak, Chris Isaak
15. Small Axe, Bob Marley, Bob Marley and the Wailers
16. Rebel Rouser, Duane Eddy. There are multiple versions by Duane alone.
17. Born to be Wild, Mars Bonfire, Steppenwolf, Thanks Baer!
18. Benny and the Jets, Taupin/John, Elton John, Suggested by Susan Visser. Executive Director, South Bend Museum of Art, and, married to me.
19. Minnie the Moocher, Cab Calloway, Suggested by Susan Visser, as she got pulled over for speeding while singing along with this.
20. Miami Vice Opening Theme, Jan Hammer, suggested by Baer Charlton
21. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, U2
22. Gunslinger, Elias McDaniel, Bo Diddley
23. Road Runner, Bo Diddley
24. Night Moves, Bob Seger
25. Midnight Rider, Allman/Payne, The Allman Brothers
26. Cinnamon Girl, Young, Neil Young and Crazy Horse
27. Who Do You Love, Bo Diddley
28. Heart Break Hotel, Durden/Axton, Elvis
*29. Générique, Miles Davis, from the Louis Malle film: Ascenseur pour l'échafaud. Could probably add the whole score as one song. Will think on that. Another TOP introduction.
30. Boy From Tupelo, Emmylou Harris
31. Western Stars, Chris Isaak, K.D. Lang
32. Dazed and Confused, Led Zeppelin
33. When the Levee Breaks, Led Zeppelin
34. Bustin' Surfboards, The Tornadoes
35. One More Cup of Coffee, Dylan, White Stripes
36. Crazy on You, Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Heart
37. Barracuda, Wilson, Wilson, DeRosier, Fisher, Heart. Interesting back story on this songs origins, and it's use in the McCain/Palin campaign, in spite of a Cease and Desist order. Google it.
*38. Summer in the City, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boone, The Lovin' Spoonful
*39. Cathy's Clown, The Everly Brothers
*40. Move it on Over, Hank Williams, George Thorogood, and the Destroyers
*41. Good Thing, Fine Young Cannibals. The original black and white video, with the scenes of the Scooter sub-culture, is worth looking for.
*42. I Drink Alone, Thorogood, George Thorogood and the Destroyers
*43. I Feel Free, Pete Brown, Jack Bruce, Cream
*44. Mississippi Queen, West/Laing/Pappalardi, Mountain, suggested by Richard Christie/Framemaker.
*45. Rhiannon, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac
*46 Stop Draggin' My Heart Around, Petty/Campbell, Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty
*47. Pusherman, Curtis Mayfield. From the score for the movie Superfly. Not PC, but hey, it's Curtis.
*48. Crossroads, Robert Johnson, arr, Eric Clapton, Cream.
*49. All Day and All of the Night, Ray Davies, The Kinks.