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The Jewel Case: Pictures, Pianos, Midnight, etc. - 2/18/21

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The Jewel Case- Episode 249
2.18.2021
Pictures, Pianos, Midnight, etc.

HOUR 1
1. Return to Forever- Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy (RIP Chick Corea)
2. The Supremes- You Can’t Hurry Love (RIP Mary Wilson)
3. The Jam- Town Called Malice
4. Iggy Pop- Lust For Life
5. Thad Jones- Lust For Life
6. Irma Thomas- Time Is On My Side (HB)
7. Yoko One- Move On Fast (HB)
8. Elephant’s Memory- Jungle Gym At The Zoo
9. Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem- Can You Picture That?
10. The Kinks- Picture Book
11. Tom Waits- Picture In A Frame
12. Black Country, New Road- Instrumental
13. Dick Dale- Hava Nagila
14. Radio Birdman- Descent Into The Maelstrom
15. Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds- Hollow Bones

HOUR 2
16. Living Colour- Cult Of Personality
17. Thievery Corporation- Thief Rockers
18. Junior Murvin- Police & Thieves
19. Funk Factory- Rien Ne Va Plus
20. Professor Longhair- Tipitina
21. Henry Butler- Orleans Inspiration
22. Stan Getz- Windows
23. Charlie Hunter Trio- Come As You Are
24. The Black Crowes- Non Fiction (Live)
25. Little Junior Parker- The Inner Light

HOUR 3
26. Blues Explosion- Burn It Off
27. The Bobby Lees- Coin
28. The Saints- (I’m) Stranded
29. Rancid- Time Bomb
30. The Who- I’m A Boy
31. Mississippi John Hurt- Coffee Blues
32. John Fahey- Requiem for John Hurt
33. Gwenifer Raymond- Hell For Certain
34. Songdog- Days of Armageddon
35. Jimmie Vaughan- Midnight Hour
36. Creedence Clearwater Revival- Midnight Special
37. Patsy Cline- Walkin’ After Midnight
38. Joe Pass- ‘Round Midnight
39. Khruangbin & Leon Bridges- Midnight
40. John Barry- Midnight Cowboy
41. Sir Julian- Movin’ At Midnight

Listen to Tod every Thursday night from 8-11 PM on The Jewel Case.

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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.