Jeff Sweatman

#SocialRequestLive – numbers theme for 11/12/13
#SocialRequestLive – numbers theme for 11/12/13

Every Weekday at 1:15pm, we play your requests along a different theme, including the New Song of the Day (which may or may not go with theme, but it’ll definitely be something cool & new!).  There’s only room for 7-10 songs, so make it count!  Here’s what actually got played among the requests today…

 

Social Request Live 11/12/13 (Numbers theme)

 

Pulaski at Night – Andrew Bird

50 Ways To Leave Your Lover – Paul Simon

32 Flavors – Ani DiFranco

1979 – Smashing Pumpkins

Meth Lab Zoso Sticker – 7Horse

Roam – B-52’s

1234 – Feist

867-5309 – Tommy Tutone

7 Nation Army – White Stripes

One Big Holiday – My Morning Jacket

Woo Hoo – The 5.6.7.8’s

The Number Song – DJ Shadow

Add It Up – Violent Femmes

Little Numbers – Boy

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