A rare visit from the great songwriter to the basement record library who plays favorite records of his by other artists and some obscure things of his own.
The Memphis soul immortal visits the library to play records and discuss his career.
Booker T. and the MGs: Green Onions
Otis Redding: Ole Man Trouble
Booker T. and the MGs: Hip Hug Her, Double Crossing Time, Slim Jenkins Place
Albert King: Born Under a Bad Sign, Cold Feet
Carlos Santana: Watch Your Step
Neil Young: Sittin’ On the Dock Of the Bay
Boz Scaggs: As the Years Go Passing By
Willie Nelson: Imagine
A 1971 interview with Mick Jagger by the great KSAN dj Tom Donahue, plus rare recordings, focus on the highpoint of the band’s career.
A special one-hour devoted entirely to composer Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
Are You Hung Up
Who Needs the Peace Corps
Peaches En Regalia
Dog Breath Variations
Igor’s Boogie, Pt. 1
Igor’s Boogie Pt. 2
The Grand Wazoo
You Didn’t Try to Call Me
Long before “Rumours,” Fleetwood Mac started out as England’s most blistering blues-rock band, thanks largely to the extraordinary troubled genius, Peter Green.
– Joel Selvin
My Heart Beat Like a Hammer
Cold Dark Night
Long Grey Mare
I Need Your Love So Bad
Black Magic Woman
Stop Messin’ Around
World Keeps Turning
Something Inside Me
Man of the World
Oh Well (live)
Before he was the black prince of Woodstock, Sly Stone sang at go-go’s along Broadway and produced rock and roll records for San Francisco’s Autumn Records. Unreleased records, radio airchecks and rare sides tell the story.
The great vocalist behind “Laugh Laugh” visits the basement record library to talk story and share some rare records from San Francisco’s first hit rock group.
SAMMY HAGAR — A 2005 visit to the basement record library by the Red Rocker, a trip back through his entire amazing career.
Sammy Hagar: Mas Tequila
Van Halen: Good Enough
Montrose: Rock Candy
Sammy Hagar: Flamingos Fly
Roy Rogers: You Can’t Stop Now
Sammy Hagar: The Real Deal
I’ll Take You There
Rare B sides from the Beatles, Stones, Mellencamp, Seger, Van Halen, others.
Beatles: You Know My Name
Bob Seger: Fortunate Son
Rolling Stones: Miss You (disco)
John Mellencamp: Cold Sweat
Frank Zappa: Find Her Finer
Police: Da Do Do Do (Japanese)
ZZ Top: Francene (Spanish)
Peter Gabriel: Shock the Monkey (German)
Jimi Hendrix: Gloria
Van Halen: Happy Trails
An hour with the Wild One from Louisiana, Jerry Lee Lewis, featuring interviews from the man himself, and rockin’ tracks selected from his expansive career.