Navigation for Saturday Night

7 - 8

Luciano Pavarotti - Ave Maria
America - Muskrat Love
Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan - Tennessee Bird Walk
Barbara Dickson - Another Suitcase In Another Hall
Jimmy Rodgers - Honeycomb
Dean Martin - That's Amore
The Johann Strauss Orchestra - Tritsch Tratsch Polka
Enya - Orinoco Flow
Whistling Jack Smith - I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman
Elvis Presley - The Last Farewell
The Carpenters - Solitaire

8 - 9

The Beatles - Your Mother Should Know
Real Life - Send Me An Angel
John Rowles - If I Only Had Time
Badfinger - Day After Day
Janis Ian - I Hear You Sing Again
Johnny Paycheck - I'm The Only Hell My Mother Ever Raised
Aldous Harding - The Barrel
Roy Orbison - There Won't Be Many Coming Home
Mondo Rock - Come Said The Boy
Gerry Rafferty - Right Down The Line
John Grant - He's Got His Mother's Hips
The Warratahs - Cape Turnagain

9 - 10

Scissor Sisters - Take Your Mama
Lou Reed - Perfect Day
The Chills - Pink Frost
The Chills - Submarine Bells
Folk Uke - Blessed And Cursed
Dudley Moore and Peter Cook - Bedazzled
Diana Krall - Cry Me A River
Rod Stewart - Faith Of The Heart
Mary Gauthier - Can't Find the Way
Gurf Morlix - Turpentine
Van Morrison – Cleaning Windows

10 - 11

Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper
The Outlaws - Hurry Sundown
Hank The Knife And The Jets - Guitar King
TV On The Radio - Second Song
Liam Finn - Second Chance
Lou Donaldson - West Indian Daddy
Air - La Femme D'Argent
Highway - Listen To The Band

11 - Midnight

Some last minute requests followed by Late Night Phil: 49 years ago today, the soundtrack album to the original Woodstock festival was released. The three-record set featured Jimi Hendrix, Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young, Joe Cocker and The Who. The album would go Gold within two weeks.