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The Jewel Case: Fightin’, Ramblin’, Na Na’s, etc. - 5/6/21

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The Jewel Case- Episode 260
Fightin’, Ramblin’, Na Na’s, etc.

1. Pink Floyd- Astronomy Domine
2. Kula Shaker- Govinda
3. The Vibrettes- Humpty Dump, Pt. 1
4. Parliament- Let’s Play House
5. Digital Underground- The Humpty Dance (RIP Shock G)
6. Loretta Lynn- Fist City
7. Stray Cats- Rumble In Brighton
8. Thin Lizzy- Fighting My Way Back
9. The Rolling Stones- Street Fighting Man
10. Elton John- Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting (HB Davey Johnstone)
11. Alice Cooper- Clones (We’re All)
12. The Pop Rivets- Lambrettavespascoota
13. Mick Harvey- Harley Davidson (RIP Anita Lane)
14. Serge Gainsbourgh- Aux armes et caetera
15. Sly & Robbie- Peace

16. Fishbone- Everyday Sunshine
17. Rachid Taha- Aie Aie Aie
18. The Shaolin Afronauts- The Scarab
19. Sam “The Man” Taylor- Harlem Nocturne
20. Steve Martin- Ramblin’ Man
21. The Bob Seger Section- Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (HB Bob Seger)
22. Johnny Shines- Ramblin’
23. Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan- Ramblin’ Man
24. Ginger Baker Trio- Rambler
25. Blossom Dearie- Rhode Island Is Famous For You
26. Little Willie John- I’ve Been Around
27. Mable John- Your Good Thing (Is About To End)
28. The Zombies- Time Of the Season
29. Lee Morgan- Cornbread

30. Richie Havens- Freedom (Live at Woodstock)
31. Ray Charles- What’d I Say (Pts. 1 & 2)
32. Joan Osborne- Spider Web
33. Los Lobos- Bertha
34. Wilson Pickett- Land of 1000 Dances
35. Steam- Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
36. The J. Geils Band- Centerfold
37. Journey- Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’
38. Sam Cooke- Nothing Can Change This Love
39. The Soul Stirrers- Sinner Run To Jesus
40. Led Zeppelin- Tea For One
41. John Scofield- Green Tea

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.