Sunday, March 2, 2008
KSFR, Santa Fe, N.M.
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell
OPENING THEME: Let it Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Mama Get The Hammer by Barrence Whitfield
Record Junky by The Monsters
Si tu dois Partir by Tony Truant & The Fleshtones
First Date (Are You Coming On To Me) by The Fleshtones
I Like it Like That by The Dave Clark 5
The Midnight Creep by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Sick by Boss Hog
Pigeon Eater by Rocket From the Crypt
Dope Fiend Boogie by The Cramps
A Carrot is as Close as a Rabbit Gets to a Diamond by Captain Beefheart
Clash City Rockers by The Clash
Blank Generation by Richard Hell & The Voidoids
Video Killed the Radio Star by Lolita No. 18
Not That Social by The Von Bondies
Can't Seem to Make You Mine by The Seeds
Cyclone Boy by Brimstone Howl
Somewhere Far Away by Dead Moon
Spanish Moon by The Chesterfield Kings
Hoy Hoy by Flat Duo Jets
The Stripper by David Rose
Do Your Funky Thing by Larry Ellis & The Black Hammer
Hot Pants Road by Ravi Harris & The Prophets
Can You Feel It? by The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker
I Found Out by Nathaniel Mayer
Night Time is the Right Time by Bettye Lavette, Andre Williams & Nathaniel Mayer
Jon E's Mood by Jon E. Edwards
Humble Me by Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
DapWalk by Ernie Holmes & Top Notes Inc.
Gossip, Gossip by Diamond Joe
Ooh Ah ee by Vern Blair Debate
The Monkey by The Great Gaylord
King Cobra by The Budos Band
Double Cross by Sugarman Three
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis
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