Navigation for Saturday Night

Here's the first draft of this week's playlist. Subject to change on the day... You can also view the updated playlist, as well as a "running commentary" during the show on our Facebook page:

7 - 8pm

Lil Hardin Armstrong - Harlem On A Saturday Night
The Ink Spots - Whispering Grass
Bette Midler - The Rose
Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke
Billy Paul - Me And Mrs Jones
Regina Spektor - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Elton John and Luciano Pavarotti - Live Like Horses
The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - The Hip-Hi Theme
Hannah Grifffin - The Hawk
The Highwaymen - On The Road Again
Annette And The Afterbeats - Tall Paul
The Barron Knights - The Chapel Lead Is Missing

8 - 9pm

The Old Crow Medicine Show – Mississippi Saturday Night
Joe Tex - You Said A Bad Word
Marty Stuart - Way Out West
The Travelling Wilburys - Handle With Care
Neil Hefti - Duel At Diablo
The Four Tops - Walk Away Renee
Three Dog Night - Easy To Be Hard
Eddie Vedder - Without You
Jan And Dean - The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
Tom Waits - November
Nina Simone - I wish I Knew How It feels To Be Free
Normie Rowe - Ooh La La

9 - 10pm

Ian Moss - Saturday Night
Lalo Schifrin - Ice Pick Mike
Sparks - What The Hell Is It This Time
Gary Jules - Mad World
Scritti Politti - Absolute
James McMurtry - We Can't Make It Here
Robin Schultz feat. Francisco Yates - Sugar
The Baseballs - Royals
The Jayhawks - Settled Down Like Rain
Cloud Control - Scar
Stevie Wonder - Living For The City

10 - 11pm

Frank Hamilton - Saturday Night
The Rain Parade - This Can't Be Today
Prairie Grass - Say Geronimo
The Beach Boys - Never Learn Not To Love
Captain Beefheart - I'm Glad
Guns 'n' Roses - Paradise City
Tom Lehrer - So Long, Mom
Stomping Nick And The Blues Grenade - Word Gets Around
Todd Rundgren - Unloved Children

11 - Midnight

More requests, plus Late Night Phil. Tonight: Walter Becker

Walter Becker, co-founder of the influential jazz-rock band Steely Dan, died last Sunday the 3rd, aged 67. The cause of death hasn't been confirmed

Becker, who played lead and bass guitar, formed Steely Dan with Donald Fagen, its keyboardist and lead vocalist. In its heyday in the 1970s, the band scored hits with Reelin' in the Years, Do It Again, Rikki Don't Lose That Number and Deacon Blues.

LNP - tonight, the New York Rock And Soul Revue - a series of live performances at the Beacon Theatre in Manhattan that lasted from 1989 to 1992. The project was led by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker and included Phoebe Snow, Michael McDonald, Boz Scaggs, Eddie Brigati (formerly of The Rascals), David Brigati (also of The Rascals), the late Charles Brown, (soloist and co-founder of Steely Dan).

Madison Time
Green Flower Street (featuring Donald Fagen)
At Last (featuring Phoebe Snow)
Chain Lightning (featuring Donald Fagen)
People Got To Be Free (featuring The Brigatti Brothers)
Madison Time (reprise)