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This Week – Episode #940
(03/06/2020)
“I’d Love To Tell You To Beware The Ides Of March, But I Really Don’t Have Enough Hare, Uh, Hair To Do It, So Join Me For A Wonderland Of Songs Even Alice Would Love!”
 
Opening Song
Vehicle – Ides Of March (Warner Bros.)
Set #1 We Lost Another Rock Star Who You Might Have Thought Faded Away, But It Turns Out They Never Stopped Making Music!
Fade Into You – Mazzy Star (Capitol)
Not Fade Away – Buddy Holly and The Crickets (Brunswick)
Fade To Grey – Visage (Polygram)
Set #2 The Elements Of This Next Set May Be Obvious At First, But As The Melody Goes On, You’ll Find It’s Not As Simple As They Seem.
Pure – Lightning Seeds (MCA)
Here Comes The Rain Again – Eurythmics (RCA)
Stormy – Classics IV (Imperial)
Chinese Rocks – Johnny Thunders (Jungle)
Set #3 Continuing The Narrative Of The Show That I’m Still Not Sure What It Is, We Head For Paris, Which Actually Has Little To Do With The Songs To Come.
Walk Away Renee – The Left Banke (Smash)
Runaway – Del Shannon (Big Top)
Walk Away – Donna Summer (Casablanca)
Set #4 Please Be Charitable About The Rest Of The Show, Unless You’re No Longer A Fanny!
Charity Ball (Single Version) – Fanny (Reprise)
Party Doll – Buddy Knox (Roulette)
I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party – The Beatles (Capitol)
Party Out Of Bounds – B-52’s (Warner Bros.)
Closing Song
I Know A Place – Petula Clark (Warner Bros.)

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