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Monthly Archives: July 2012

So long, it’s been good to know you. This is the last Vagabond Shoes show, as we make way for the  new schedule at WTJU.  Back when we started this blog, many DJs were still writing their playlists on paper; we were ahead of the curve in posting on-line. Now, you can access the playlists for any show via the WTJU web site, as well as a whole lot more. So while I’ll be hopping over to Jumping on the Bed on Saturdays, between 4-6 pm, alternating with the Monster of Happiness, my intention is for this site to go dormant. If for some reason I feel the need to blog as part of a show, I’ll post a link here to wherever that might be happening, though, again because of the new and improved capacities of the station web site, I don’t foresee that as happening anytime in the immediate future.

Thanks for listening these almost five years.

DJ: David

  • “New York” – Cat Power – Jukebox [Matador: 2008]
  • “Vagabond Shoes” – Nancy Sinatra – Sugar [Sundazed: 1995]
  • “These Boots Are Mad For Walkin'” – Patty Larkin, Megon McDonough, Christine Lavin, Sally Fingerett – Buy Me Bring Me Take Me: Don’t Mess My Hair!: Life According to Four Bitchin’ Babes [Philo: 1990]
  • “Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie” {Happy birthday to Woody Guthrie and Jane Foster} – Bob Dylan – Bootleg Series Vol.1-3 [Columbia: 1997]
  • “All Things Must Pass” – George Harrison – All Things Must Pass [EMI: 1970]
  • “Get Going” – Headlights – Paste Sampler 57 [Paste: 2009]
  • “Going, Going, Gone” – Bob Dylan – Planet Waves [Columbia: 1974]
  • “Going Home (Drifter’s Blessing)” – Andy Friedman – Laserbeams and Dreams [City Salvage: 2011]
  • “Urge for Going” – Dave Van Ronk – …And the Tin Pan Bended, And the Story Ended [Smithsonian: 2004]
  • “Going to Hell” – Kathleen Edwards – Voyageur [Rounder: 2012]
  • “Going Home” – Leonard Cohen – Old Ideas [Columbia: 2012]
  • “The End is Near” – Fiery Furnaces – I’m Going Away [Thrill Jockey: 2009]
  • “End of Our Road” – Janiva Magness – The Devil is an Angel Too [Alligator: 2010]
  • “The End is Not the End” – Camille O’Sullivan – Live @ The Olympia [Cat-O-Stripes: 2011]
  • “The End of the Rainbow” – Richard Thompson – Live at the BBC [Universal: 2011]
  • “End of the World” – Miss Tess – Live Across the Mason Dixon Line [Self: 2012]
  • “In the End” – Charlotte Gainsbourg – Stage Whisper [Elektra: 2011]
  • “Goodbye” – Melody Gardot – The Absence [Verve: 2012]
  • “We’ll Meet Again” – Johnny Cash – The Man Comes Around [Lost Highway: 2002]
  • “Send Me on My Way” – Rusted Root – When I Woke [Fontana: 1994]

Listen to this show on the Tape Vault. It will be available for the next two weeks.

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DJ: David

  • “Boots of Spanish Leather” {Congrats to Spanish national team, Euro Cup 2012 champs } – The Airborne Toxic Event – Chimes of Freedom [Amnesty: 2012]
  • “The Way of the Gypsy” {By Requst} – Martha Scanlan – The West Was Burning [Sugar Hill: 2007]
  • “Highway 61 Revisited” {RIP Andy Griffith} – Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited [Columbia: 1965]
  • “Easy from Now On” {RIP Susanna Clark} – Emmylou Harris – Portraits (disc 1) [Reprise: 1996]
  • “Stuff That Works” – Guy Clark – Songs and Stories [Dualtone: 2011]
  • “(For God’s Sake) Give More Power to the People” – The Chi-Lites – Let Freedom Ring [Time Life: 2009]
  • “Raw Power” – Iggy and the Stooges – Raw Power [Columbia: 1973]
  • “Good Times” – Tinashe – Accidental Powercut 3 [B&W: 2011]
  • “People Have the Power” – Patti Smith – Dream of Life [Arista: 1988]
  • “Cool” – Broadway cast – West Side Story [Sony: 1998]
  • “Coolsville” – Rickie Lee Jones – Live at Red Rocks [Artemis: 2001]
  • “Cool Enough” – Nicole Atkins – Neptune City [Red Ink: 2007]
  • “Why It’s Cool” – Jim White – Where It Hits You [Yep Roc: 2012]
  • “Heat Wave” – Martha Reeves & the Vandellas – Motown Songs: The Complete No. 1s [Motown: 2008]
  • “Heat” – Betty White – Oxford American 10th Anniversary Music Sampler [Oxford: 2009]
  • “Nation of Heat” – Joe Pug – Nation of Heat [Self: 2008]
  • “The Rhythm of Heat” – Peter Gabriel – Half Blood [B&W: 2011]
  • “Roots of the Sky” – Oregon – Roots of the Sky [collectors choice: 2006]

Listen to this show on the Tape Vault. It will be available for the next two weeks.

DJ: David

  • “Diamonds on the Soles of Their Shoes” – Paul Simon – Graceland [Columbia Legacy: 2012]
  • “Happy Feet” {Congrats to Italy, 2-1 over Germany in Euro Cup seminfinal} – Paolo Conte – The Best of Paolo Conte [Nonesuch: 1998]
  • “I Don’t Need No Doctor” {Congrats to the Supreme Court, who think you do} – Humble Pie – Humble Pie Live [Atlantic: 1971]
  • “Incorporate” {RIP Harry Levinson, workplace psychologist} – Ethan Lipton – No Place to Go [Muckraker: 2012]
  • “Step Right Up” {RIP Barry Becher, late night TV huckster} – Tom Waits – Small Change [Asylumn: 1976]
  • “Theme from My Three Sons” {RIP Don Grady (Robbie, the oldest son)} – Unknown – Sitcom Themes [Countdown Media: 2008]
  • “Political World” {Regarding recent events at UVA} – Carolina Chocolate Drops – Chimes of Freedom [Amnesty: 2012]
  • “Tell Her to Come Back Home” – Crooked Still – Signature Sounds 15 Years [Signature: 2010]
  • “What the Hell is Goin’ On” – Paul Thorn – What the Hell is Goin’ On [Obscure: 2012]
  • “Ballad of a Thin Man” – Bob Dylan and the Band – Before the Flood [Asylumn: 1974]
  • “Day of the Locusts” – Bob Dylan – New Morning [Columbia: 1970]
  • “You’ve Got It” – Bruce Springsteen – Wrecking Ball [Columbia: 2012]
  • “The Boys Are Back in Town” – Thin Lizzy – Jailbreak [Island Def Jam: 1990]
  • “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” – Mel Torme – Torme Sings Astaire [Affinity: 1983]
  • “Emotional Weather Report”{The hot weather and power shortages are on everyone’s mind tonight} – Tom Waits – Nighthawks at the Diner [Asylumn: 1975]
  • “In the Summertime” – Mungo Jerry – In the Summertime [Citadel: 1986]
  • “Summer Wind” – Frank Sinatra – The Very Good Years [Reprise: 1991]
  • “Strange Weatherl” – Marianne Faithful – Strange Weather [Island: 1987]
  • “Birdland” – Weather Report – Heavy Weather [Sony: 1997]

Listen to this show on the Tape Vault. It will be available for the next two weeks.

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