The Philby Best Albums of 2019 Countdown Picks Up at #80 on Monday Night, 8PM-10PM EST!!!

The Philby Best Albums of 2019 Countdown continues on Monday night’s “Prime Time Theme Attic” with Phil Maq from 8PM-10PM EST!!!

As usual, the show will feature two artists I have never played before! (Dan Tillery (Dan Tillery) and Dave G (Dave Geezay), and Matthew Wolcott)!!!

Everything else is wall to wall Philbys!!!

Songs by other artists include Joe Peters & Friends (Lee Anna Atwell, Allison Edberg Nyquist, Linda Hicks, Joe Peters), Latvian Radio (Their album cover for “Until Tomorrow Gets in the Way” is in the upper right corner of the banner.), Mike GalbraithThe BreakfastDave Boutette and Kristi Lynn Davis (Their album cover for “Easy As Pie” is second from the left in the banner.), Last Import, Sharon Tse, Luti (His album cover for “Whistleblower” is in the lower left corner of the banner.), Lindsay BeaverThe Cordial SinsNick Piunti & The Complicated Men)(His album cover for “Trust Your Instincts” is in the upper left corner of the banner.), MJ Bishop, Diana ChittesterCarolyn Striho (Her album cover for “Afterthought” is in the lower right corner of the banner.), Dirt Road Sweetheart (Nora Jane Struthers and Alan Struthers), John Ford ColeyMIKE ROCKET (His album cover for “For the Ride Home” is second from the left in the banner.), Mary Gauthier, and Detroit Pleasure Society!!!

Listen with a friend, come along for the ride, and tune in to 89.3 FM (89.3 WHFR.FM) in the Dearborn-Detroit area, stream it anywhere in the world with this special Philbytastic link : https://whfr.fm/streamer/ (Press the “Listen Live Now” button), RadioFM or ask Alexa to find the show for you!!!

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Unofficial Philby Best Albums of 2019, Pt.1!!!

The Philby Award

As I post the first unofficial Philby Best Albums of 2019, it’s always a bittersweet moment:

It means that I am closer to the end of the Philbys than I am to the beginning.

As much as I work on trying to find a balance between the “expiring year,” (in this instance, 2016) and the most recent one, I find it to be a strange meeting place where I look backward and forward at the same time.

But then, I remember that I am also closer to the top of the list, and that feeling goes away!

Regardless, The Philbys return on Monday night at 8PM EST!!!

Please join me!

Listen live: https://whfr.fm/streamer/

81.Community Aspire—Scott Baker

82. Dudee Free—Big Dudee Roo

83.Momma Liked to Fish—Kathy Wieland

84.Traveling Circus—No Fuss and Feathers

85. Little Bit of Love—The Loving Mary Band

86.Spree—Kid Gulliver

87.We Wonder—Mike Ward

88. When You Go—Tiffany Williams

89. Hush Now: Lullabies For Sleepy People—Liz Beebe

90. Daydream Hawker—Go Fever

91. A World That’s Bigger—Mike Vial

92.Cut Loose, Vol.1—Mick Clarke

93. Songs and Images—Gary Browe

94. Once More With Feeling—The Hackwells

95. Troubled With the Earth—Nick Juno

96. Broken Soul—Dirty Mind Detroit

97.Good Bad Love—Telamor

98.Belle of the West—Samantha Fish

99.Traverse the Universe—Miss Sophie Lee and The Parish Suites

100.Cubicle Zombie—Weather McNabb

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Phil’s Faves: Albums, January 26, 2020

Over time, my listening habits have changed and at the moment I usually listen to albums completely through. I haven’t done that in years, but it’s actually very rewarding—particularly when the album is good. Every album that will be on this list will fit that category.

Songs from the albums on this list forms the basis of my countdown list for the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show,” (Mondays, 8P-10P ET) on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Songs” lists!

Here’s a link:

https://whfr.fm/streamer/

It’s another peak into my listening habits—which is a goal of mine. If you want to know where I’m heading or what I think about some new music, you will find it here.

I honestly don’t expect there to be much volatility on this list because these albums are what I have been basing many of the sets on my show.

Once again, there will be no boundaries. I will go wherever my musical muse takes me.

Here’s the link to the complete list of Fave Albums: https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-albums/

If you like what you see, don’t forget to spread the word by hitting the “like” button on my Facebook page, Phil Maq!

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Please don’t tell Cindy Ruenes how to be this week’s #1 Faves Album!
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Top 10 Albums for the Week of January 26, 2020

1. Please Don’t Tell Me How to Dance—Cindy Ruenes
2. Egypt Station—Paul McCartney [Hall of Fame]
3. Rebooted—The Forty Nineteens
4. Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down—Vicky Emerson
5. A Night at The Delphi Opera House—Lee Anna Atwell, Allison Edberg Nyquist, Linda Hicks, Joe Peters
6. Traveling Circus—No Fuss and Feathers
7. The Lonesome Side of Town—Ed Dupas
8. Sounds Like Love—Bill Edwards
9. Buffalo Motel—Judy Banker
10.We Carry On—The Wag
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Phil’s Faves: Songs, January 26, 2020

This is a weekly Top Ten list of what I consider to be the best songs that I listened to the previous week. Most songs will be current, but there are no boundaries. I’ve already stated on this web site that I am obsessed with music. I am constantly hunting it down whether it’s online, on CD, from my personal collection, from a library (Yes, I think the library is a great source of music–especially for music that you aren’t sure about.), TV, or radio. Since most of these sources mostly emphasize new music, the odds are pretty good that most of the songs on this list will be new. But in my search, I don’t use any boundaries for the other sources. I am just looking for good music that I haven’t heard, or happened to forget about. Everyone, including myself, has forgotten way more great music than they can ever remember-even if they are also music fanatics.

Also, there will be no rules concerning songs on this list. A song can show up or drop off a number of times. This will be the most volatile of my lists. It all depends on how much music I am exposed to during the week and what I find interesting. On really obscure stuff, I will try to include the source, if I know it.

Most of the songs heard on this list have been played on my radio show, “Prime Time Theme Attic,” heard Mondays, 8PM-10PM ET!

This list forms the basis of my countdown list on the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show” on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Albums” lists!

Here’s a link:

Listen live: https://whfr.fm/streamer/

Here’s a link for the complete history of all the Fave Songs:

https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-songs/

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Kathy Wieland takes a musical drink to #1!
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Top Ten Songs for the Week of January 26, 2020

1. Alpena Colada—Kathy Wieland (Momma Liked to Fish)
2. Riding Low (And Flying High)Dan Sheehan (Tales From Earth, Inc.)
3. Someone to Pull the Trigger—Chris Richards and The Subtractions (Altered Sweet: The Songs of Matthew Sweet)

4. Winter’s BoneLee Anna Atwell, Allison Edberg Nyquist, Linda Hicks, Joe Peters (A Night at the Delphi Opera House)
5. Come On to Me—Paul McCartney [Hall of Fame](Egypt Station)
6. Tendency to Riot—Sarah Borges and The Broken Singles (Good and Dirty)
7. Hoodwink—Steve Leaf and The Ex—Pats (Lightspeed)
8. Country Boy—Tony Pace (Gotcha Covered: The Songs of Johnny Williams)
9. Everything She Do—Dog Society (In the Shade)
10.Your Heart and Mine—Wendy Webb (Edge of Town)
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The Philby Best Albums of 2019 Countdown Begins Monday Night at 8 PM EST!!!

The Philby 100 Best Albums of 2019 Countdown kicks off this Monday night with Phil Maq from 8PM-10PM EST!!!
The show will feature two artists that I haven’t played before, (Upstairs Party and MIKE ROCKET), but other than that, it’s Philby time!!!
Songs by other artists will include The HackwellsLoving Mary Band (Their album cover for “Little Bit of Love” is in the upper right corner of the banner.), Weather McNabbKid GulliverDirty Mind DetroitMike Vial (His album cover for “A World That’s Bigger” is just to the right in the middle of the banner.), GO FEVERLiz BeebeMike Ward: PsychoSongs, (His album cover “We Wonder” is in the lower left corner of the banner.), TelamorBig Dudee Roo, Kathy Wieland (Her album cover for “Momma Liked to Fish” is just on the left in the middle of the banner.), Nick Juno musicNo Fuss And FeathersGary Browe Music (His album cover for “Songs and Images is in the lower right corner of the banner.), Scott Baker MusicMick ClarkeSamantha Fish (Her album cover for “Belle of the West” is in the upper left corner of the banner.), Tiffany Williams,  and Miss Sophie Lee and The Parish Suites!!!
Listen with a human friend or a prairie dog friend, come along for the ride, and tune in to 89.3 FM (89.3 WHFR.FM) in the Dearborn-Detroit area, stream it anywhere in the world with this special Philbyriffic link : https://whfr.fm/streamer/ (Press the “Listen Live Now” button), RadioFM or ask Alexa to find the show for you!!!
Please share freely with your fans, friends, and families, but say something about yourself in the comments section when you repost it, or copy and paste it so that everyone knows why you’re posting it!
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It’s Halftime at The Philbys!!!

The Philby Award

Wow!

After playing all of the incredible music for the “Philby Hot 100 Songs of 2019,” (to be posted soon), it’s hard to believe that Philby season is only at the halfway point!

That’s right!

The Philby 100 Best Albums of 2019 Countdown starts this Monday night on “Prime Time Theme Attic” with Phil Maq, from 8PM-10PM EST!!!

However, there should be some reminders for following the Countdown:

  • The list covers albums on a sliding four year scale that changes every year. This year the range is 2016-2019.
  • I will almost always not post any albums that came out, were given, or sent to me in the second half of the year. I often say that if the albums came out after April, I probably won’t be able to fit it in. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t any later year entries. It’s just that the odds for inclusion go down dramatically the later in the year the music came out.

Let me give an example:

If an album came out in November 2019 and I was given an album from October 2018 that I was unaware of, the result is the same. To me, they both appear to have come out in November 2019 even though they obviously didn’t.

  • I feel it is disrespectful to other music that I have received, listened to, and played throughout the year or several years to include “last minute released albums.”  I have always detested year end lists in publications that are dated before the album was released, but the publication has three of those albums on their list!(?)
  • The list is subjective.

Any list by anybody has biases. I try to make my choices by trying to figure out how close an album is to how close it is to the vision they appeared to present. I am not claiming that my list is the definitive list. However, I am a musician and I have listened to a whole lot of music in the past year, as well as my entire life.  I am obsessed with music, more so than a lot of critics, and I feel this allows me the credibility to make those choices.

  • As far as I’m concerned, I wish I could list each album as tied for #1!

If you think about the list, I cover a lot of musical styles and genres. If someone were to pick a specific genre, the list, for any given year, does not go very deep in that category. In other words, no matter what number an album is, it probably isn’t much deeper than tenth or maybe fifteenth in a given category.

  • And finally, even though I talked about what time of the year when I have received music, I pay special attention to music of the expiring year. That may sound like a contradiction in terms, but it’s not. Often, I have had the music for quite a while but just haven’t been able to fit it onto one of my shows-which is a requirement for Philby consideration, even though I work hard to do so. I also have been known to misplace things, forget things, etc..

I say all of these things not to validate my selections, but to offer more insight into my selection process.

It is a Philby universe, and I just live in it!

As I write this-and I have been working on the 2019 list since January 1, 2019, nothing is completed. Nothing is written in digital stone. It only fills in as I do each show.

Regardless of the final list, the journey will be fun!

I hope and invite you to accompany me on this musical journey, not only during Philby season, but anytime you have the chance to listen throughout the year!

Play ball!

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I do a weekly show at WHFR in Dearborn, Michigan:

“Prime Time Theme Attic” on Monday nights from 8PM-10PM ET.

You can hear it locally at 89.3 FM in the Dearborn-Detroit area or use this streaming link:

https://www.whfr.fm/streamer/ (Press the “Listen Live Now” button), RadioFM or ask Alexa to find the show for you!!!

I’d be honored if you check me out some time…and then come back to listen again! You can even ask your friends to listen, too-not only just to my show, but to the wonderful variety of music the DJs at WHFR play!

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Phil’s Faves: Albums, January 19, 2020

Over time, my listening habits have changed and at the moment I usually listen to albums completely through. I haven’t done that in years, but it’s actually very rewarding—particularly when the album is good. Every album that will be on this list will fit that category.

Songs from the albums on this list forms the basis of my countdown list for the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show,” (Mondays, 8P-10P ET) on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Songs” lists!

Here’s a link:

https://whfr.fm/streamer/

It’s another peak into my listening habits—which is a goal of mine. If you want to know where I’m heading or what I think about some new music, you will find it here.

I honestly don’t expect there to be much volatility on this list because these albums are what I have been basing many of the sets on my show.

Once again, there will be no boundaries. I will go wherever my musical muse takes me.

Here’s the link to the complete list of Fave Albums: https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-albums/

If you like what you see, don’t forget to spread the word by hitting the “like” button on my Facebook page, Phil Maq!

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“Egypt Station” makes a #1 stop!
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Top 10 Albums for the Week of January 19, 2020

1. Egypt Station—Paul McCartney [Hall of Fame]
2. Please Don’t Tell Me How to Dance—Cindy Ruenes
3. Sounds Like Love—Bill Edwards
4. Rebooted—The Forty Nineteens
5. Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down—Vicky Emerson
6. A Night at The Delphi Opera House—Lee Anna Atwell, Allison Edberg Nyquist, Linda Hicks, Joe Peters
7. Traveling Circus—No Fuss and Feathers
8. We Carry On—The Wag
9. Trust Your Instincts—Nick Piunti
10.Buffalo Motel—Judy Banker
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Phil’s Faves: Songs, January 19, 2020

This is a weekly Top Ten list of what I consider to be the best songs that I listened to the previous week. Most songs will be current, but there are no boundaries. I’ve already stated on this web site that I am obsessed with music. I am constantly hunting it down whether it’s online, on CD, from my personal collection, from a library (Yes, I think the library is a great source of music–especially for music that you aren’t sure about.), TV, or radio. Since most of these sources mostly emphasize new music, the odds are pretty good that most of the songs on this list will be new. But in my search, I don’t use any boundaries for the other sources. I am just looking for good music that I haven’t heard, or happened to forget about. Everyone, including myself, has forgotten way more great music than they can ever remember-even if they are also music fanatics.

Also, there will be no rules concerning songs on this list. A song can show up or drop off a number of times. This will be the most volatile of my lists. It all depends on how much music I am exposed to during the week and what I find interesting. On really obscure stuff, I will try to include the source, if I know it.

Most of the songs heard on this list have been played on my radio show, “Prime Time Theme Attic,” heard Mondays, 8PM-10PM ET!

This list forms the basis of my countdown list on the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show” on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Albums” lists!

Here’s a link:

Listen live: https://whfr.fm/streamer/

Here’s a link for the complete history of all the Fave Songs:

https://philmaq.com/phils-lists/phils-faves-songs/

If you like what you see, don’t forget to spread the word by hitting the “like” button on my Facebook page, Phil Maq!

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Chris Richards’ yearning vocal triggers this week’s #1!
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Top Ten Songs for the Week of January 19, 2020

1. Someone to Pull the Trigger—Chris Richards and The Subtractions (Altered Sweet: The Songs of Matthew Sweet)
2. Alpena Colada—Kathy Wieland (Momma Liked to Fish)
3. Tendency to Riot—Sarah Borges and The Broken Singles (Good and Dirty)
4. Riding Low (And Flying High)Dan Sheehan (Tales From Earth, Inc.)
5. Winter’s BoneLee Anna Atwell, Allison Edberg Nyquist, Linda Hicks, Joe Peters (A Night at the Delphi Opera House)
6. Your Heart and Mine—Wendy Webb (Edge of Town)
7. Come On to Me—Paul McCartney [Hall of Fame](Egypt Station)
8. Hoodwink—Steve Leaf and The Ex—Pats (Lightspeed)
9. Country Boy—Tony Pace (Gotcha Covered: The Songs of Johnny Williams)
10.Friend of Mine—Courtney Yasmineh (Red Letter Day)
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The Philby Top 20 Hot 100 Songs of 2019 Monday Night Countdown, 8PM-10PM EST!!!

The Top 20 of this year’s Philby “Hot 100 Songs of 2019” will be revealed Monday night from 8PM-10PM EST on this week’s “Prime Time Theme Attic” with Phil Maq!!!

I will play songs by two artists that are not on this list (Luti Erbeznik and Carolyn Striho) and then the rest is Philby straight ahead.

Songs by artists will include THE STEEPWATER BANDTHE DIRK KROLL BANDJoanie Leeds & The NightlightsDeni BonetBilly Brandt and the Sugaree’sTosha Owens Music (Tosha OwensDetroit Strong Music), Olivia Millerschin (Olivia Dear), (pictured with the guitar in the banner), Gregory Stovetop (pictured in the banner on the upper left), Billy Brandt & Sarana VerLin(pictured third from the left in the banner), Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles, Bob MaloneMike Gentry Music (Pictured second from the left in the banner.), The Ragbirds (Erin Zindle & The Ragbirds) (The band is pictured on the bottom right of the banner.), Jc & The DisciplesThe Bayonets with Lucrecia López Sanz (The band is pictured in the upper right of the banner.), MJ Bishop, Wendy WebbThe AccidentalsLuke Winslow-King, and Donny Brown!!!

Listen with a friend or a prairie dog friend, come along for the ride, and tune in to 89.3 FM (89.3 WHFR.FM) in the Dearborn-Detroit area, stream it anywhere in the world with this special Philbytastic link : https://whfr.fm/streamer/ (Press the “Listen Live Now” button), RadioFM or ask Alexa to find the show for you!!!

Please share freely with your fans, friends, and families, but say something about yourself in the comments section when you repost it, or copy and paste it so that everyone knows why you’re posting it!
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Unofficial Philby Hot 100 Songs of 2019 Pt. 4!!!

The Philby Award

There’s really not a lot to say about this post except that it will be the last official update until the 2019 song list becomes official!

Until then, here’s the unofficial part 4 part:

21.Pawnbroker—Vegas Strip Kings (Jackpot!)

22.Turn It Up—Samantha Fish (Wild Heart)

23.Struggle Street—Ball Park Music (Puddinghead)

24.Nothing Touches (Rock and Roll)—Vandenberg’s MoonKings

25.Reel Time—The Breakfast (Phantasmagoria)

26.Barons to Break—Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers (Native Heart)

27.383 Dodge Charger—The Forty Nineteens (Rebooted)

28.Bad Sushi—ShwizZ (ShwizZ II)

29.Buried Alive—Jillian Rae (I Can’t Be Who You Want Me to Be)

30.Back in Town—Angela Perley (4:30)

31.We Break the World—The Liquid Scene (Single)

32.Till the Day I Die—Frank Bang and The Cook County Kings (The Blues Don’t Care)

33.Go On—The Cordial Sins (Only Human)

34.Lovergirl—Tommy Z (Blizzard of Blues)

35.Who Would Want This?—Blueflowers (Circus on Fire)

36.Trouble on Oxford Street—Skinny Lister (Down on Deptford Broadway)

37.Jolene—Joseph Veloz with Jennifer Westwood and Dylan Dunbar (Offerings)

38.Good Egg—The Dustbowl Revival (The Dustbowl Revival)

39.Cryin’ ‘Bout My Baby—Coral Creek (Coral Creek)

40.Under the Rug—Ryan Link (Reverberations)

41.Tell Me I’m Good For You—Jason Hawk Harris (Formaldehyde, Tobacco, and Tulips)

42. Could’ve Been Worse—Allan Thomas (Two Sides to Every Story)

43. Temporary High—Nick Piunti (Temporary High)

44. That Don’t Mean I’m Blue—Bill Edwards (Here Lately)

45. Box for My Banana—Jehova Waitresses (Route 5)

46. Woodchuck Blues—John Latini (The Blues Just Make Me Feel Good)

47. Watcha Got?—Red City Radio (Red City Radio)

48. Burn My Stillhouse Down—Judy Banker (Devils Never Cry)

49. Hip Shakin’ Mama—Ray Fuller and The Bluesrockers (Long Black Train)

50. Off the Rack—Craig Moreau (A Different Kind of Train)

51. Deaf in One Eye—Michael Snyder—Barker (Bark’s Wagon Tales)

52. I Gotta Sang the Blues—Thornetta Davis (Honest Woman)

53. Best of Me—The Vegabonds (What We’re Made Of)

54.Won’t You Be My Lighthouse Tonight?—The Pennock/Stephens Project (The Pennock/Stephens Project)

55.Acre of Shells—Sarah Jane Scouten (When The Bloom Falls From the Rose)

56.A Little More—May Erlewine (A Little More)

57.Wichita—Green Denim(Green Denim)

58.Angel With a Broken Wing—Jesse Xavier (Single)

59.Freedom—Diana Chittester (Paradox)

60.Cumha an Oileain—Altan (The Gap of Dreams)

61.Motions—Alex Kostka (Single)

62.Love Blows—Lissie (Castles)

63.Sweeter—Katie Stump (Feels Like Home)

64.Means to My Heart—Kristen Toedtman (Limbo)

65.Cassandra—Greg Kihn (Rekihndled)

66.Paper Bird—American Housewife (In Like a Lion)

67.Full Moon—The Whiskey Charmers (The Valley)

68.Challenged—Animal Hours (Do Over)

69.Let It Shine—Adrianne Serna (Let It Shine)

70.High Country—Chris Murphy (Red Mountain Blues)

71.The One Who Brung Me—Boudreaux’s Back Porch (Anniversary Dance)

72.Love Dr. Love—Eliza Neals (Single)

73.Big Mouth Blues—Reverend Freakchild (Illogical Optimism)

74.Broken Heart Tattoo—Matty T Wall (Blue Skies)

75.If I Were Me—Jo Serrapere and The LaFawndas (Dollar Store Nation)

76.Good to Be Young—Royal Wood (Ghost Light)

77.In Waves—Sarah Blacker (In Waves)

78.Stranger Blues—SIMO (Let Love Show the Way)

79.As Long As You’re Buying—Tim Bennett (The View From Here)

80.Spinning Plates—Amy Petty (House of Doors)

81.I Wait For Your Guitar—The Prime Ministers (Youngstown Milk Run)

82.Waking Up From You—Katy Guillen and The Girls (Heavy Days)

83.Delaware—Morgan Treni with Angela Perley (The Dreamer and Other Essays)

84.I’m Back in the USA—Elliot Schneider (Better a Fool Than Aloof)

85.Hang On—Rich Hopkins and The Luminarios (Tombstone)

86.The Art of Escape—Tom Curless (Songs of Movement)

87.Finally Something Good—Paul Kelly (Life Is Fine)

88.End of the Sunrise—The Simon Kennedy Band (Make Up Your Mind)

89.Love Sickness—Andy Santana and The West Coast Playboys (Watch Your Step)

90.Wonderful Land—California Guitar Trio (Komorebi)

91.Once Was a Girl—Sutter Zachman (Repeat Offender)

92.Red and Gold—The Brother Brothers (Some People I Know)

93.I Dug It Up—Whit Hill (I Dug It Up)

94.OK—The Valery Trails (Chameleon Bones)

95.Whatever’s on Your Mind—Avid Dancer (1st Bath)

96.You Put the Hurt on Me Baby—George Bedard (Further On)

97.Wine Spodeeodee—Dave Boutette and Kristi Lynn Davis (Gotcha Covered: The Songs of Johnny Williams)

98.No One to Kill—Michael on Fire (The Solstice Sessions)

99.Soulsville—Happy Curmudgeons (Meant 2 Be)

100.Motor City Woman—Shawn Adam Williams (Single)  

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I do a weekly show at WHFR in Dearborn, Michigan:

“Prime Time Theme Attic” on Monday nights from 8PM-10PM ET.

You can here it locally at 89.3 FM in the Dearborn-Detroit area or use this streaming link:

https://www.whfr.fm/streamer/

I’d be honored if you check me out some time…and then come back to listen again! You can even tell your friends to listen, too! Not only just to my show, but to the wonderful variety of music the DJs at WHFR play!

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