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#WorkdayWrapUp cover songs theme + Regina & Lockn’ & Bruno links
#WorkdayWrapUp cover songs theme + Regina & Lockn’ & Bruno links

while checking out some cool Lockn’ photos via Relix, I found this well-done review of Regina Spektor’s recent concert in Israel

Cover song requests tonight at 6pm, started by 2 from Sweet Relief 3, which just came out on cd last week!

And icymi, Bruno Mars will play the Super Bowl Halftime Show in February…

Every Weekday at 6pm, we do a request hour with a different theme, started by the New Song of the Day.  Here’s what actually got played among the requests tonight…

 

Workday Wrap Up 9/9/13 (covers theme)

 

Ben Harper – Crazy Love (Van Morrison)

She & Him – King of the Road (Roger Miller)

Pearl Jam – Crazy Mary (Victoria Williams)

Tori Amos – Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana)

 

Dave Matthews Band – Sledgehammer (live Nissan 6/28/08) (Peter Gabriel)

Peter Gabriel – Flume (Bon Iver)

Ray LaMontagne – Crazy (Gnarls Barkley)

U2 – Jesus Christ (Woody Guthrie)

The Commitments – Mustang Sally (Wilson Pickett)

Otis Redding – Satisfaction (Rolling Stones)

Etta James – Security (Otis Redding, born 9/9/41)

 

Nataly Dawn – Green Eyes (Corner Lounge version of Coldplay song)

Iggy Pop – China Girl (released a few yrs before Bowie’s hit version…song was co-written by Iggy & David, so I guess neither version is technically a cover, ha!)

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