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Thursday, February 9, 2006 6:30-9:00pm (Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs)

When Love Comes To Town - B.B. King & U2
What Is And What Should Never Be - Led Zeppelin [BBC Sessions]
Communication Breakdown - Led Zeppelin [BBC Sessions]
I'm In Love - The Primitives
Question My Love - The Primitives
Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs - Derek and the Dominos [1970]

I Looked Away
Bell Bottom Blues
Keep On Growing
Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
I Am Yours
Key To The Highway
Tell The Truth
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
Have You Ever Loved A Woman?
Little Wing
It's Too Late
Thorn Tree In The Garden

Love In Vain (Live) - The Rolling Stones [Gimme Shelter]
I Need You - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Long Distance Blues - Joe Bonamassa
Sick in Love - Joe Bonamassa
Never Again - The Primitives
Lovers - The Primitives
Sad And Lonely Times - Country Joe And The Fish
Out On The Weekend - Neil Young

Notes: For this year's Valentine's Day special, I pulled out all the stops and decided to play the whole darn thing - Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs, by Derek and the Dominos, the greatest album of love songs ever recorded. I even did a little research on the torrid love affair focused around Patti Boyd, which inspired Clapton to record the Layla album. Patti first married George Harrison, then Eric Clapton fell in love with her, but she refused him. That's when Layla was recorded. Patti eventually married Eric, but even that didn't work out in the end.

I finally got around to playing some songs by The Primatives on this show. They're a modern folk rock band that plays around my hometown. Their first album, The Lovers Of Kali Yuga, has a strong focus on the concept of love, so the songs I played fit in really well with this show's theme.