Saturday, February 8, 2014

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Saturday, February 8, 2014

8 a.m. Hour:

Jimmy Buffett, Fins, Volcano

Ozark Mountain Daredevils, If You Wanna Go To Heaven

Neil Young, I've Been Waiting For You, Neil Young

Chi Coltrane, Thunder And Lightning, Chi Coltrane

Dr. Hook, Sylvia's Mother, Greatest Hits

Lou Reed, White Light White Heat, Rock N Roll Animal

John Entwistle, Thinkin' It Over, Whistle Rhymes

Byrds, Lover Of The Bayou, (Untitled)

Leon Russell, Delta Lady, Leon Russell

Yes, Siberian Khatru, Close To The Edge

Moody Blues, It's Up To You. A Question Of Balance

Ike And Tina Turner, River Deep Mountain High, The Archives Series

Three Dog Night, One, Greatest Hits Live

Doobie Brothers, Double Dealin' Four Flusher, Stampede

9 a.m. Hour:

Jefferson Airplane, Volunteers, Woodstock

Sly & The Family Stone, Dance To The Music/Music Lover/I Want To Take You Higher, Woodstock

Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Woodstock, So Far

Chicago, Dialogue (Parts One And Two), Chicago V

Frank Zappa, Sad Jane, The London Symphony Orchestra

Pink Floyd, One Of These Days/A Pillow Of Winds, Meddle

Paul Simon, Still Crazy After All These Years, Anthology

Boz Scaggs, Lowdown, Silk Degrees


  1. Mr Walker !!
    My wife and I are still loving the show (we're local and part of your global fan base.)...been listening for many months . . .just pulled up NRBQ for a flashback--rockin band.

    Going to see Pat Metheny next weekend here in ATL and although he may not qualify for your show, wouldn't it be something it ATL radio would play a few songs of bands who are coming to town ?

    Again, we love YOUR show !!!


  2. J/W: your best show yet! Counterrevolution, psychedelic, Floyd, you had it all.....Swami Don
    p.s. just think, in 3 more years it will be the 50th anniversary of the "Summer of Love." The Park better get ready as I'm sure 88.5 will lead the way.


I welcome your comments to this family-friendly, moderated blog. To keep you from being disappointed, I don't profess to be an expert in music, play only deep cuts, and be a music snob. I listened to top 40 and liked it. And I do repeat songs because I pull music off the wall on the fly - just like the old days.