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The Jewel Case: Gratuitous Sax And Violins (12-27-18)


This week, we're paying tribute to two worthy instruments and the folks who play them. Tune in for some GRATUITOUS SAX & VIOLINS; we'll be hearing everyone from Vassar Clements to X-Ray Spex to Mr. Kirk and Monsieur Grappeli. But first...

  • The Who- Baba O’Riley
  • Hawkwind- Motorhead
  • Shankar & The Epidemics- Sankarabaranam Pancha Nadai Pallavi (Excerpt) 
  • Johnny Hallyday- Hey Joe 
  • The Lovely Eggs- I Shouldn’t Have Said That 
  • Elvis Presley- Baby, Let’s Play House (HB Scotty Moore)
  • Frank Zappa- The Black Page #1 (HB Terry Bozzio)
  • Missing Persons- Words
  • Roxy Music- Re-Make / Re-Model
  • Hound Dog Taylor- Let’s Get Funky
  • Claudia Lennear- Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky
  • Beastie Boys- Funky Boss
  • Fela Kuti- Water No Get Enemy 

And now for theme: Gratuitous Sax & Violins

  • Little Richard- Keep A Knockin’ 
  • Jr. Walker & The All-Stars- (I’m A) Road Runner
  • Moon Hooch- Red Sky
  • Morphine- All Wrong 
  • The Blasters- I’m Shakin’ 
  • Charlie Parker- Yardbird Suite 
  • Illinois Jacquet- No Sweathought
  • The Rolling Stones- Waiting On A Friend
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk- Introduction 
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk- Medley- Going Home / Sentimental Journey / In Monument / Lover 
  • X-Ray Spex- Identity
  • David Bowie- Lazarus 
  • Sun Ra- El Is A Sound of Joy
  • Young Lions- Take Five 
  • Gogol Bordello- Not A Crime
  • Gorillaz- Left Hand Suzuki Method 
  • Camper Van Beethoven- Waka 
  • The Beatles- Don’t Pass Me By
  • Those Bastard Souls- The Last Thing I Ever Wanted Was To Show Up And Blow Your Mind
  • Pink Floyd- Wish You Were Here (with Stephane Grappelli)
  • Django Reinhardt- Minor Swing 
  • Vassar Clements- Corina Corina 
  • Jane’s Addiction- Of Course 
  • Beck- Paper Tiger 
  • Terry Hall & Mushtaq- They Gotta Stop Kicking My Dog Around
  • Lili Haydn- Maggot Brain 

Join Tod Weidner on Thursday, 8-11pm for The Jewel Case, a weekly celebration of all manner of musical goodness: deep cuts, forgotten treasures, and curiosities with a new theme each show spanning all genres, eras and locales

A lifelong Miami Valley resident, Tod Weidner grew up in Ludlow Falls before moving to Dayton in the early 1990s. Tod has been heavily involved in the Dayton Music Scene for over 20 years, as both a solo performer and a member of such bands as The Motel Beds, Shrug, The American Static, and Set The Controls, to name just a few.