Sunday, October 25, 2009

Feel The Spin Playlist, October 25th...

Hour 1
(Brand-new/current releases)
Time For Miracles - Adam Lambert
Russian Roulette - Rihanna
Hearing Damage - Thom Yorke
Bad Boys - Alexandra Burke with Flo Rida
Radiate - Ian Masterson with Roxanne Wilde
Fight For This Love - Cheryl Cole
Rapture - Bananarama
Bad Romance - Lady Gaga
Undisclosed Desires - Muse
I Believe In You (Steve Anderson's Orchestral Mix) - Kylie Minogue
Without You (From the U.K. production of "Rent") - Siobhan Donaghy
Dog Days Are Over - Florence + the Machine

Hour 2
(A chat with a musical icon and songs that prove country's mainstream relevance)
Southern Voice - Tim McGraw
A conversation with Tim McGraw
Love You Goodbye - Tim McGraw
If I Died Today - Tim McGraw
The Road And The Radio - Kenny Chesney
Heartaches By The Number - Rosanne Cash with Elvis Costello
Feel That Fire - Dierks Bentley
Backwoods - Justin Moore
Shame On You - Indigo Girls
Sara Smile - Jimmy Wayne with Hall & Oates

Hour 3
(A chat with an artist who specializes in vivid American storytelling, followed by songs that gently touch the heart)
Gonna Be Alright - Levi Kreis
A conversation with John Ondrasik of Five For Fighting
Chances - Five For Fighting
Slice - Five For Fighting
Glass - Ross Copperman
Strangers And Angels - Kara DioGuardi
Come On Get Higher - Matt Nathanson
Pretty Eyes - Jason Reeves
Changes - Will Young

Hour 4
(Trippin' the disco fantastic)
Can't Stop The Music - The Village People
More, More, More - The Andrea True Connection
Like An Eagle - Dennis Parker
Dancer - Gino Soccio
Love In C Minor - Cerrone
Born To Be Alive - Patrick Hernandez
Sinner Man - Sarah Dash
Love Sensation - Loleatta Holloway
No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) - Donna Summer & Barbra Streisand
Let Them Dance - D.C. LaRue

1 comment:

  1. Larry,
    A friend at a Gay Top 40 chart list at yahoo groups brought your show and this page to our attention. Since I am always looking for new music, I appreciate seeing a new source to bring my attention to new music. Now I can not afford Sirius, but seeing this play list is still a nice idea. Seeing other Top 40 charts from fellow members of our group also gives me new music to look for. For me Music in The U.S. has gotten very boring and radio keeps rehashing the same stuff over and over, so to find new stuff mainly from Europe, is great. I will be checking your page regularly. I used to use Billboard a lot, but I feel it's getting more and more inaccurate as the years go by, especially the Hot 100 and the new site look absolutely awful. So now I look at numerous charts from around the world and find a wealth of new music and wonder why isn't radio playing more songs like these. Thanks again for your page.
    Bruce Evans