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The Jewel Case: Birthdays, Earth Days, Relays, etc. - 4/22/21

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The Jewel Case- Episode 258
Birthdays, Earth Days, Relays, etc.

1. Charles Mingus- Better Git It In Your Soul (HB)
2. Laurel Aitken- Life (HB)
3. The Staple Singers- Respect Yourself
4. Garage A Trois- Calm Down Cologne
5. Candido Camero- Mambo Inn (HB)
6. Joe Cuba- Bang! Bang! (HB)
7. Humble Pie- Bang! (HB Peter Frampton)
8. Peter Frampton- Black Hole Sun (Live)
9. Soundgarden- Come Together
10. The Beatles- Act Naturally
11. Buck Owens- Johnny B. Goode
12. Chuck Berry- I’m Just a Lucky So and So
13. Ella Fitzgerald & Duke Ellington- Mack The Knife

14. Dramarama- What Are We Gonna Do?
15. Joni Mitchell- Big Yellow Taxi
16. Adrian Belew- Only A Dream
17. Midnight Oil- Progress (Live)
18. The Byrds- Hungry Planet
19. Mos Def- New World Water
20. Dennis Wilson- River Song
21. Pixies- Monkey Gone To Heaven
22. Bad Religion- Kyoto Now!
23. Marvin Gaye- Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) (Detroit Mix)
24. Bo Diddley- Pollution
25. Metallica- Blackened
26. Ozzy Osbourne- Revelation (Mother Earth)
27. Patti Smith- After The Gold Rush

28. Sault- Stop Dem
29. Unschooling- More Is More
30. Wire- Strange
31. The Slits- Instant Hit
32. The Ruts- Jah War
33. Prince Jammy & The Aggrovators- Wreck Up A Version
34. The Rolling Stones- Let’s Spend The Night Together (HB Jack Nitzsche)
35. Squeeze- Tempted (HB Paul Carrack)
36. Johnnie Taylor- Who’s Making Love
37. Grupo Bola Roja- Caracol
38. Nelcy Sedibe- Holotelani
39. The Mountain Goats- Southwestern Territory
40. Glen Campbell- Hold On Hope (HB)
41. Lucinda Williams- Room at the Top
42. The Dandy Warhols- Godless

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

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.