The Arts Edge playlist for 07/23/2020
Radio Tale #15: Fries & Gravy and Three Songs for a Quarter
This personal narrative explores the music of my youth, and centers around the high school years when I hung out at a Vancouver greasy spoon with my closest girl friends, a group of seven, where we listened to jukebox tunes and told stories over fries and gravy, tea and coffee, and smouldering cigarettes.
Bolan, M. (1971). Bang a gong (Get it on). [Recorded by T. Rex]. On Electric warrior [LP]. London, UK: Regal Zonophone/Fly/EMI/Reprise.
Guthrie, A. (1967). Alice’s restaurant. [Recorded by Arlo Guthrie]. On Alice’s restaurant [LP]. Los Angeles, CA: Reprise/Warner Bros.
Jagger, M., & Richards, K. (1967). Ruby Tuesday. [Recorded by The Rolling Stones]. On Between the buttons [LP]. London, UK: Decca.
Jagger, M, & Richards, K. (1973). Angie. [Recorded by The Rolling Stones]. On Goats head soup [LP]. Kingston, JAM; London, UK; Los Angeles, CA: Rolling Stone.
Hayward, J. (1967). Nights in white satin. [Recorded by The Moody Blues]. On Nights in white satin [LP]. London, UK: Deram/Decca Records.
Lewis, C. S. (1950/1998). The lion, the witch and the wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia). New York, NY: Collins.
Plant, R., & Page, J. (1971). Stairway to heaven. [Recorded by Led Zeppelin]. On The song remains the same [LP]. Swan Song. London, UK/New York City, NY: Swan Song. (1973).
Plant, R., Page, J., & Jones, J. P. (1972). All of my love [Recorded by Led Zeppelin]. On House of the holy [LP]. London, UK: Atlantic.
Roesner, D. “Buck Dharma”. (1976). (Don’t fear) the reaper. [Recorded by Blue Oyster Cult]. On Agents of fortune [LP]. New York, NY: Columbia.
Rostill, J., & Welch, B. (1974). Please Mr. please. [Recorded by Olivia Newton John]. On Have you never been mellow [LP]. London, UK: EMI. (1975).
Stewart, A. (1976). Year of the cat. [Recorded by Al Stewart]. On Year of the cat [LP]. London, UK: RCA.
Wilson, A., & Wilson, N. (1975). On Dreamboat Annie. [Recorded by Heart]. On Dreamboat Annie [LP]. Vancouver, BC: Mushroom Records.