Navigation for Saturday Night

7 - 8
The Johnny Smith Quartet featuring Stan Getz - Moonlight In Vermont
Elvis Presley - Blue Moon
Esther Phillips - What A Difference A Day Made
The Ventures - Telstar
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man
Margaret Whiting - A Fine Romance
The Shangri-Las - Leader Of The Pack
Jerry Lee Lewis - Don't Put No Headstone On My Grave
Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String
Herbs - Sensitive To A Smile
Judy Garland - Over The Rainbow
The Singapore Symphony Orchestra - Danzon #2
Les Paul and Mary Ford - In The Good Old Summertime
8 - 9
Tim Hart and Maddy Prior - The Dalesman's Litany
Leonard Cohen - Dance Me To The End Of Love (live)
Samantha Sang - The Love Of A Woman
Sting - Moon Over Bourbon Street
Bob Seger - I Knew You When
Jim Stafford - Spiders And Snakes
Aretha Franklin - Respect
Boz Scaggs - The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
Mary Coughlan - Wild And Free
Randy Travis - Reasons I Cheat
Lobo - Me And You And A Dog Named Boo
The Beatles - Rain
9 - 10
Tom Petty - Freefalling
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit
Icehouse - Street Cafe
Jon Secada - Just Another Day
RIngo Starr - Give It A Try
Emmylou Harris - Two More Bottles Of Wine
Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart - Why Don't You Do Right?
Herbie Mann - Cajun Moon
Dick Brave and The Back Beats - She's The Most
Christina Perri - A Thousand Years
Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance - The Poacher
Al Di Meola and Les Paul - Spanish Eyes
10 -11
Gary Moore - Blues For Narada
Fleetwood Mac - Hypnotized
OMD - Enola Gay
Tame Impala - My Life
Ana Popovic - One Room Country Shack
Shawn Phillips - The Ballad Of Casey Deiss
Richard Hawley - Open Up Your Door
Wilco Johnson and Roger Daltrey - All Through The City
11 - Midnight
Fly My Pretties - Let's Roll
Look Blue Go Purple - Cactus Cat
Blues Traveller - Run-Around
The Eels - A Daisy Through Concrete
Tom Waits - Big Joe And Phantom 309
LATE NIGHT PHIL - Leon Russell Live
Leon Russell was born Claude Russell Bridges on April 2, 1942. He was an American musician and songwriter who was involved with numerous bestselling pop music records over the course of his 60-year career. His genres included pop, rock, blues, country, bluegrass, standards, gospel and surf records. He was awarded six gold records.
His collaborations rank as some of the most successful in music history, and as a touring musician he performed with hundreds of notable artists. He recorded 33 albums and at least 430 songs. He wrote "Delta Lady", recorded by Joe Cocker, and organized and performed with Cocker's "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" tour in 1970. His "A Song for You", included in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2018, has been recorded by more than 200 artists, and his "This Masquerade" by more than 75.
As a pianist, he played in his early years on albums by the Beach Boys and Jan and Dean. On his first album, Leon Russell, in 1970, the musicians included Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. One of his biggest early fans, Elton John said Russell was a "mentor" and "inspiration". They recorded their album The Union in 2010, which earned them a Grammy nomination.
Russell produced and played in recording sessions for Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, Ike & Tina Turner, the Rolling Stones, and others. He performed at the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971 along with Harrison, Dylan and Eric Clapton. In 2011, he was inducted into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Leon Russell died on November 13, 2016.
Tracks featured:
Mighty Quinn
Roll Away The Stone
Stranger In A Strange Land
Delta Lady
It's All Over Now Baby Blue