Aaron’s Radio Show

Episode 1

 

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Notes

Episode Notes

EPISODE ONE: We begin the journey that is Aaron’s Radio Show with a fitting song, Everyday I Write the Book.  This episode is indeed the opening chapter of what I hope to be a large volume!

While the show is about 90% music – most of which you can find easily on iTunes – I’m putting in effort to ensure listeners come back for more because they (also) enjoy the stuff they hear between the songs!   I include songs that are some of my favorites, and others that bring me immediately back to a certain time and place in my life. I am eager to include listeners’ song introductions, so please send me an audio file at Aaron@AaronsRadio.show.

Please use the comment form below to share your thoughts about Episode 1.  Did you discover a new song that is becoming one of your favorites?  Did a song in this episode suddenly take you back to a time or event in your life?  I’d love to hear about it!

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Playlist

  1. Everyday I Write the Book – Elvis Costello (1983)
  2. Jackie Blue – The Ozark Mountain Daredevils (1975)
  3. Magnet and Steel – Walter Egan (1977)
  4. Ever Fallen In Love – Fine Young Cannibals (1987)
  5. Astrud – Basia (1987)
  6. I’m the Man Who Murdered Love – XTC (2000)
  7. Jamie’s Cryin’ – Van Halen (1978)
  8. Just Another Day – Jon Secada (1992)
  9. Dreaming of the Queen – Pet Shop Boys (1993)
  10. Boy – Erasure (1997)
  11. Dead Man’s Curve – Jan & Dean (1964)
  12. Soothe Me – Sam & Dave (1967)
  13. The Way It Is – Bruce Hornsby and the Range (1985)
  14. Rumbleseat – John Cougar Mellencamp (1985)

Aaron’s Radio Show has been licensed by ASCAP and BMI to include songs from their repertories in performances on this website.

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