Navigation for Saturday Night

Here's the first draft of Saturday's playlist. Subject to the odd change here and there....

7 - 8pm

Leonard Cohen - Closing Time
Linda Ronstadt - I'll Be Seeing You
Cat Stevens - Hard Headed Woman
Lobo - Universal Soldier
Gladys Knight And The Pips - The Way We Were / Try To Remember
Flanders And Swann - Madeira M'Dear
The Chantays - Pipeline
Mavis Staples - Step Into The Light

8 - 9pm

Rosanne Cash - Wouldn't It Be Loverly
Terry Jones - I'm So Worried
Kate Bush - Rocket Man
John Martyn - Couldn't Love You More
Tom T. Hall - Subdivision Blues
The Kinks - Days
Chris Rea - Stainsby Girls
Jesca Hoop - Memories Are Now
Koko Taylor - I'm A Woman
Joe Brown - With A Little Help From My Friends

9 - 10pm

The Austin Lounge Lizards - Hey Little Minivan
Los Lobos - Malaque
Tom Waits - Chocolate Jesus
Goldfrapp - Ooh La La
Josh Rouse - Flight Attendant
Julian Lloyd Webber - Variations (Theme to The South Bank Show)
Kinsey Report - Full Moon On Main Street
Tom Lehrer - Poisoning Pigeons In The Park
Mint Royale - Blue Song
Over The Rhine - If A Song Could Be President
Jimi Hendrix - Belly Button Window

10 - 11pm

Simple Minds - This Is Your Land
Katie Melua - The Closest Thing To Crazy
Shovels And Rope - Gasoline
Porcupine Tree - Lazarus
Oasis - Wonderwall
Camel Power Club - Fisher
JJ Cale - Clyde
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Born To Run

11pm - Midnight

More of your requests, plus Late Night Phil.

Born 116 years ago yesterday, Louis Daniel Armstrong - singer, bandleader, trumpeter extraordinaire.. Had many hits including the 1964 US No.1 'Hello Dolly!' 1968 UK No.1 'What A Wonderful World’ plus ‘When The Saints Go Marching In’, ‘Ain't Misbehavin’, and ‘We Have All the Time in the World.’ He died on the 6th July 1971.

Tonight's Late Night Phil at about 11:40pm features Louis Armstrong Live in Concert from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium 1955.