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Thursday, September 8, 2005 6:00-8:00pm (Neil and the Horse)

Beware - Silvertide
Hey Hey, My My [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
All Along The Watchtower [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Powderfinger [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Rockin' in the Free World [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Old Country Waltz [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Love And Only Love [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Danger Bird [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Roll Another Number [Live 3/17/04] - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Red House (Live) - Jimi Hendrix [Paris Olympia 1967? - from Lifelines Box Set]
Wasp/Behind the Wall of Sleep/Bassically/N.I.B. - Black Sabbath
You Shook Me [BBC Sessions] - Led Zeppelin [Recorded 3/3/69, Broadcast 3/23/69]
The Changeling - The Doors
Stray Cat Blues - The Rolling Stones
Mystery Mountain - Journey
Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Notes: The summer of 2005 also featured my fantastic voyage to Japan. I spent about 10 days mainly traveling around Tokyo and Kyoto with a friend, and we had a great time. The most important part of the trip, from the perspective of my radio show, was the day we visited a little bootleg shop known as 'Lighthouse' (located on the 9th floor of the Daikan Plaza A building in Shinjuku, Tokyo). I bought a few things which I used for this semester's radio programming, and the first of that shows up on this particular show - a DVD of Neil Young & Crazy Horse playing at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Set 1 is the complete Greendale production, and set 2 is all 'antiques' (in Greendale language). I ripped the audio from the excellent second set and played it on my show.

That Jimi Hendrix track was an interesting experiment. I found a CD in the back that had some live Hendrix stuff so I tried it out. I think there was some commentary from Pete Townshend, talking about his impression of Jimi Hendrix that led into the song. All in all, it was interesting.

On this and the last show, you'll see some tracks from Black Sabbath's first album. At this point I had finally exerted some effort into 'discovering' Black Sabbath, via some cheap Canadian copies of a couple of their earliest albums. I have since been converted, and consider myself a knowing fan of [at least] Black Sabbath's earliest period.