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Friday 2/3/23 9am ET: Across The Tracks: National Wear Red Day

In the US, National Wear Red Day occurs on the first Friday in February each year.

National Wear Red Day is sponsored by The Heart Truth, under the auspices of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute—part of the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Heart Truth is a national awareness campaign for women about heart disease. The Heart Truth created and introduced the Red Dress as the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness in 2002. The goal is to warn women of their #1 health threat.

In the UK, Wear Red Day is held on the first Friday of February. It’s organized by Yorkshire-based charity Children’s Heart Surgery Fund to raise awareness of congenital heart disease.

Friday 2/3/23 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Garth Brooks – Triple Live (2019)

Triple Live is the second live album released by American country music artist Garth Brooks. The album was recorded during Brooks’ 2014–17 world tour, as well as his Stadium Tour. The album has two mixes: a traditional live mix, which was released in 2019 as part of The Legacy Collection box set, and a ‘fan mix’, which was released on August 27, 2018, as a free download.

“The Thunder Rolls” 4:54
“That Summer” 4:48
“Ask Me How I Know” 3:32
“Fishin’ in the Dark” 3:38
“In Another’s Eyes” 3:47
“All Day Long” 2:26
“Rodeo” 3:50
“Mom” 2:56
“Papa Loved Mama” 3:03
“Guy Goin’ Nowhere” 3:39
“Friends in Low Places (The Long Version)” 7:16
“Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House” 2:46
“Unanswered Prayers” 3:51
“People Loving People” 4:07
“Shameless” 4:19
“Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up)” 4:47
“Tacoma” 3:38
“Standing Outside the Fire” 4:30
“Callin’ Baton Rouge” 3:10
“The River” 3:41
“The Beaches of Cheyenne” 4:02
“The Fireman” 2:52
“More Than a Memory” 3:19
“Two Piña Coladas” 4:04
“Whiskey to Wine” 3:57
“We Shall Be Free” 3:01
“The Dance” 5:52

Thursday 2/2/23 11pm ET: Feature LP: Herb Alpert – Keep You Eye On Me (1987)

Keep Your Eye on Me is a pop/R&B/dance album by Herb Alpert, released February 13,1987. It contains two hit singles, “Diamonds” and “Making Love in the Rain” (both featuring lead and background vocals by Janet Jackson and Lisa Keith). These Billboard Top 40 hits, along with the title track and “Pillow” (featuring co-lead vocals by Alpert and singer/wife Lani Hall) were produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. The remainder of the album consists of tracks produced by Herb Alpert and various producers. Keep Your Eye On Me was constructed with Side 1 (Tracks 1-5) featuring up-tempo songs, while Side 2 (Tracks 6-10) featured down tempo songs and ballads.

All trumpet solos were played by Herb Alpert.

The album was released on CD by A&M Records, along with extended CD singles of the title track and “Diamonds”. It was re-released on September 12, 2013 in a download-only version available exclusively through Alpert’s official website, HerbAlpertPresents.com.

“Keep Your Eye on Me” 5:13
“Hot Shot” 3:56
“Diamonds” 4:53
“Traffic Jam” 3:16
“Cat Man Do” 5:26
“Pillow” 4:32
“Our Song” 3:55
“Making Love in the Rain” 5:56
“Rocket to the Moon” 3:52
“Stranger on the Shore” 2:54
“Making Love in the Rain” 4:05 (Single Edit)

Thursday 2/2/23 10pm ET: Feature LP: Stranglers – Rattus Norvegicus (Stranglers IV) (1977)

Rattus Norvegicus (alternative title The Stranglers IV) is the debut studio album by the Stranglers, released on April 15, 1977.

It was one of the highest-selling albums of the punk era in Britain, eventually achieving platinum record sales. Two of its tracks, “Peaches” and “(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)”, were released as 7-inch singles in the UK.

  1. “Sometimes” 4:56
  2. “Goodbye Toulouse” 3:12
  3. “London Lady” 2:25
  4. “Princess of the Streets” 4:34
  5. “Hanging Around” 4:25
  6. “Peaches” 4:03
  7. “(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)” 3:55
  8. “Ugly” 4:03
  9. “Down in the Sewer” 7:30
  10. “Choosey Susie” 3:14
  11. “Go Buddy Go” 3:58
  12. “Peasant in the Big Shitty” 3:42

Hugh Cornwell – guitars, lead and backing vocals
Jean-Jacques Burnel – bass guitar, lead and backing vocals
Dave Greenfield – keyboards (Hammond L100 Organ, Hohner Cembalet electric piano, Minimoog synthesizer), backing and lead vocals
Jet Black – drums, percussion
Eric Clarke – tenor saxophone (“(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)”)

Thursday 2/2/23 9pm ET: Feature LP: Wet Wet Wet – Popped in Souled Out (1987)

Popped in Souled Out is the debut studio album by Scottish band Wet Wet Wet. It was released on September 21, 1987. Its offspring singles were “Wishing I Was Lucky”, “Sweet Little Mystery”, “Angel Eyes (Home and Away)” and “Temptation”. Upon release, it reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, held off top spot by Michael Jackson’s Bad. It reached number one on 16 January 1988.

The vinyl issue of the album only contained the first 9 tracks.

  1. “Wishing I Was Lucky” 3:52
  2. “East of the River” 3:24
  3. “I Remember” 4:44
  4. “Angel Eyes (Home and Away)” 5:13
  5. “Sweet Little Mystery” 3:43
  6. “I Don’t Believe (Sonny’s Letter)” 4:39
  7. “Temptation” 4:59
  8. “I Can Give You Everything” 4:05
  9. “The Moment You Left Me” 5:02
  10. “Words of Wisdom” 3:50
  11. “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” 3:43
  12. “World in Another” 3:05
  13. “Wishing I Was Lucky” (Recorded live on The Wendy May Show – Capital Radio) 3:49

Marti Pellow – Vocals
Graeme Clark – Bass
Neil Mitchell – Synthesizers
Tommy Cunningham – Drums
Graeme Duffin – Guitar

Thursday 2/2/23 8pm ET: Feature LP: Paul Young – No Parlez (1983)

No Parlez is the debut solo studio album by English singer Paul Young. Released July 22, 1983, it reached number one on the UK Albums Chart (for a non-consecutive total of 5 weeks) and remained in the UK Top 100 for 119 weeks. The album has been certified quadruple platinum by the BPI for UK sales in excess of 1.2 million copies.

Initially, the first two singles, “Iron Out the Rough Spots” and a remake of “Love of the Common People”, had no success, but the third, a cover of the Marvin Gaye classic “Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home)”, was No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart for three weeks in July and August 1983, and the first of Young’s 14 British Top 40 singles. Similar success followed in continental Europe. In the UK, the follow-up single “Come Back and Stay” reached No. 4, and the re-release of “Love of the Common People” made it to No. 2 in late 1983.

The album was released the year after the introduction of CDs with their potential for a longer playing time. The CD edition of “No Parlez” featured one extra track (Behind Your Smile) not on the vinyl release. Additionally, five of the other 11 tracks were extended versions compared to the vinyl edition.

The album featured eight cover versions alongside two tracks written by Young and keyboard player Ian Kewley and one written by the guitarist in Young’s band at the time, Steve Bolton. Three of the cover versions were written by Jack Lee who also wrote “Hanging on the Telephone” which was a big hit for Blondie.

The album was released with a different cover in North America, and a new video for the single “Come Back and Stay” was made.

In 2008, a promotional CD of the album was distributed by the Daily Mail newspaper.

“Come Back and Stay” 4:57
“Love Will Tear Us Apart” 5:00
“Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home)” 5:18
“Ku Ku Kurama” 4:19
“No Parlez” 4:57
“Love of the Common People” 4:56
“Oh Women” 3:35
“Iron Out the Rough Spots” 4:47
“Broken Man” 3:54
“Tender Trap 4:32
“Sex” 4:49
“Come Back and Stay” 7:56 (scratch mix)

Paul Young – lead vocals, backing vocals, guitars (1, 10), arrangements
Ian Kewley – acoustic piano, Oberheim OB-X, E-mu Emulator, vocoder, atmospheric sounds, strings, marimbas, bells, backing vocals, arrangements
Matt Irving – ARP synthesizer, Roland MC-4 Microcomposer, guitars, bass guitar (2, 7), backing vocals
Steve Bolton – acoustic piano doodlings, guitars, lap steel guitar
Pino Palladino – bass guitar (1, 3–6, 8, 10, 11, 12), Chapman Stick (1, 10)
Mark Pinder – drums, Simmons drums, Roland TR-808, percussion, cowbells
Rico Rodriguez – trombone (7, 11)
Laurie Latham – arrangements
Kim Lesley – backing vocals, congas (12)
Maz Roberts – backing vocals
Eyethu [Nimsa Calliza, Dagmar Krause, Chief Dawethi, Eyethu, Zundi Lekau, Wally Loate, Jabu Mbato, Fats Mogoboya and Norman Zulu] – backing vocals (5)

Thursday 2/2/83 5pm ET: Feature LP: Talk Talk – The Party’s Over (1982)

The Party’s Over is the debut album by Talk Talk. It was released July 13, 1982 and produced by Colin Thurston, who was a former engineer for David Bowie but was better known for producing Duran Duran’s first two albums.

In the United Kingdom, the album’s single “Today” was a top-twenty hit. The remixed version of the single “Talk Talk” reached number 1 in South Africa in 1983 and number 23 in the UK. In the United States the album entered the Billboard Top 200, reaching number 132, while the single “Talk Talk” peaked at number 75. In New Zealand, the album was a hit, peaking at number 8 due to the success of “Today”, which reached number 10 in 1983.

  1. “Talk Talk” 3:23
  2. “It’s So Serious” 3:21
  3. “Today” 3:30
  4. “The Party’s Over” 6:12
  5. “Hate” 3:58
  6. “Have You Heard the News?” 5:07
  7. “Mirror Man” 3:21
  8. “Another Word” 3:14
  9. “Candy” 4:41

Mark Hollis – vocals
Simon Brenner – keyboards
Lee Harris – drums
Paul Webb – bass guitar

In Memoriam: Charlie Thomas (1937 – 2023)

Charles Thomas (April 7, 1937 – January 31, 2023) was an American singer best known for his work with The Drifters. Thomas was performing with The Five Crowns at the Apollo Theater in 1958 when George Treadwell fired his group, called The Drifters. Treadwell recruited the Five Crowns to become the new Drifters.

The new Drifters’ first release was the 1959 hit “There Goes My Baby”. Charlie was lead singer on two of the group’s top 40 hits, “Sweets for My Sweet” and “When My Little Girl Is Smiling”.

Charlie Thomas was the father of Charles “Happy” Thomas Jr. and grandfather of hip hop producer Charlie “Bambu” Thomas.

Thomas was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 as a member of the Drifters and was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation in 1999. Thomas died from liver cancer on January 31, 2023 at the age of 85.

In Memoriam: Donnie Marsico (1954 – 2023)

Donnie Marsico, (May 9, 1954 – January 31, 2023) whose voice was considered “one of the Pittsburgh music scene’s biggest assets,” died Tuesday, at 68, of cancer.

Marsico, an Aspinwall native and Fox Chapel High School graduate, was best known here as the singer for the rock ’n’ soul band Sweet Breeze, which he led for the better part of 40 years. He also performed with the MVPs and Souled Out and led the Donnie Marsico Band, which made two country albums in Nashville.

In August 1978, Sweet Breeze was part of a bill at Three Rivers Stadium with The Beach Boys, the Steve Miller Band, and Jan and Dean.

By the late ‘80s, Marsico was in hot demand, becoming a singer for the 25th-anniversary reunion version of The Jaggerz, the regional band known for the hit “The Rapper.”

In 1990, Marsico released a popular single, “Hold On To The Night,” which was highlighted in Billboard magazine, and in 1991 he added vocals to the Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers album “Swimming with the Sharks.”

The “biggest assets” quote came from a PG review when Marsico opened for Kentucky HeadHunters at the Syria Mosque in 1991, after the release of one of his country records.

Outside of his band work, he also recorded commercial jingles for Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Cedar Point and Lays, among others.

“It is with Great Sadness and a broken heart we announce the passing of our beloved Brother Donnie,” Sweet Breeze said in a statement. “We were fortunate enough to spend the great majority of our lives together doing what we all loved and were able to share in all of the good and bad life had to offer. Donnie fought his battle with cancer bravely, he never gave up and remained positive until the end. We will never forget him, we will always remember him. We loved him unconditionally…”

“He painted a picture of life being something to be appreciated,” his son Dan wrote in a Facebook post four years ago. “He taught us about the complexities of music to be considered as well as enjoyed. He made each of us feel individually and equally special, loved, and unique.”

The Jaggerz are an American rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They came to national attention with their single “The Rapper” which was released on the Kama Sutra label. “The Rapper” was No. 1 in the Record World Charts and No. 2 in the Billboard Hot 100 in March 1970. Having sold over one million copies, the recording received a gold record awarded by the R.I.A.A.

The band’s name derives from the Western Pennsylvania English term, “jagger,” meaning any small, sharp-pointed object, typically thorns, spines, and prickles. They were managed by The Skyliners manager, Joe Rock.

Thursday 2/2/23 11am ET: Feature Greatest Hits LP: Graham Nash – Over The Years (2018)

Over the Years is a 2018 retrospective compilation album from Graham Nash.

  1. “Marrakesh Express” 2:36
  2. “Military Madness” 3:29
  3. “Immigration Man” 3:00
  4. “Just a Song Before I Go” 2:14
  5. “I Used to Be a King” 4:39
  6. “Better Days” 3:50
  7. “Simple Man” 2:18
  8. “Teach Your Children” 2:55
  9. “Lady of the Island” 2:38
  10. “Wind on the Water” 4:00
  11. “Our House” 3:01
  12. “Cathedral” 5:18
  13. “Wasted on the Way” 2:58
  14. “Chicago / We Can Change the World” 4:01
  15. “Myself at Last” 5:19

Thursday 2/2/23 10am ET: Feature Greatest Hits LP: Shakira – Oral Fixation Vol. 2 (2006)

Oral Fixation, Vol. 2 is the first box set by Colombian singer and songwriter Shakira, released on December 5, 2006, by Epic Records. Released one year after her sixth and seventh studio albums Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 and Oral Fixation, Vol. 2, it includes both previous albums and an additional DVD with music videos and live performances. After attaining international success with her third studio effort, Laundry Service (2001), Shakira decided to create a two-part follow-up record. She released the project as the follow-up to her sixth studio effort Fijación Oral, Vol. 1, with which she had attained international success five months prior.

As co-producer, Shakira enlisted Rick Rubin as executive producer, also working with Gustavo Cerati, Lester Mendez, Luis F. Ochoa and Jose “Gocho” Torres. to work alongside newer partners Jerry Duplessis, Wyclef Jean, Tim Mitchell and The Matrix. Musically the album follows in the vein of her earlier works, the album is heavily influenced by Latin pop styles, and additionally incorporates elements of dance-pop, pop rock, and trip hop. The compilation peaked at numbers 13 and 27 on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums and Top Latin Albums charts.

  1. “How Do You Do” 3:45
  2. “Illegal” (featuring Carlos Santana) 3:53
  3. “Hips Don’t Lie” (featuring Wyclef Jean) 3:38
  4. “Animal City” 3:15
  5. “Don’t Bother” 4:17
  6. “The Day And The Time” (featuring Gustavo Cerati) 4:22
  7. “Dreams For Plans” 4:02
  8. “Hey You” 4:09
  9. “Your Embrace” 3:32
  10. “Costume Makes the Clown” 3:12
  11. “Something” 4:21
  12. “Timor” 3:32
  13. “La Tortura” (alternate version) 3:32

David Alsina – bandoneon
Paul Bushnell – bajo sexto
Jorge Calandrelli – metales, orchestra director, string arrangements
Dave Carpenter – bajo sexto
Gustavo Cerati – composer, guest artist, guitar, keyboard, primary artist, producer, programming
Chris Chaney – bajo sexto
Luis Conte – percussion
Pete Davis – keyboards, programming, trumpet
Gary Foster – flute
Victor Indrizzo – bateria, percussion
Humberto (Kiro) Judex – accordion
Steve Kajula – flute
Charles Loper – trombone
Warren Luening – flugelhorn
Bob McChensay – trombone
Lester Mendez – composer, keyboards, producer, programming
Frank Marocco – accordion
Jonathan Mover – bateria
Teddy Mulet – trumpet
Shawn Pelton – bateria, percussion
Archie Pena – percussion
Tony Reyes – guitar, keyboards
Shakira – composer, vocals
Ramón Stagnaro – guitar
Rene Toledo – guitar
Lyle Workman – guitar
Rita Quintero – background vocals/arranger
Emmanuel Cauvet – drums & programation

Wednesday 2/1/23 11pm: Feature LP: Tom Petty – Wildflowers (1994)

Wildflowers is the second solo studio album by American musician Tom Petty, released on November 1, 1994. The album was the first released by Petty after signing a contract with Warner Bros. Records (where he had recorded as part of the Traveling Wilburys) and the first of three albums produced by Rick Rubin. The album was certified 3x platinum in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Three singles were released from the album between 1994 and 1995, the most successful of which, “You Don’t Know How It Feels”, reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Album Rock Tracks chart for one week.

The album features all members of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, with the exception of drummer Stan Lynch. Steve Ferrone plays drums on Wildflowers and would join the band officially the following year. However, the album was not credited to the Heartbreakers because, in Petty’s words, “Rick (Rubin) and I both wanted more freedom than to be strapped into five guys.” Freedom notwithstanding, Petty chose to use most of his regular band as session players, demonstrating his comfort with that format. Rolling Stone placed Wildflowers at number 12 on their list of the best albums of the 1990s. Guitar World placed the album at number 49 in their “Superunknown: 50 Iconic Albums That Defined 1994” list.

In April 2015, when Petty’s back catalog was released in High-resolution audio, this was one of only two albums not included in the series (Songs and Music from “She’s the One” was the other one), but a hi-res version is available on Pono Music.

  1. “Wildflowers” 3:11
  2. “You Don’t Know How It Feels” 4:49
  3. “Time to Move On” 3:15
  4. “You Wreck Me” 3:22
  5. “It’s Good to Be King” 5:10
  6. “Only a Broken Heart” 4:30
  7. “Honey Bee” 4:58
  8. “Don’t Fade on Me” 3:32
  9. “Hard on Me” 3:48
  10. “Cabin Down Below” 2:51
  11. “To Find a Friend” 3:23
  12. “A Higher Place” 3:56
  13. “House in the Woods” 5:32
  14. “Crawling Back to You” 5:05
  15. “Wake Up Time” 5:19

Tom Petty – vocals (all tracks), acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, bass guitar, harmony vocals, Hammond organ (14), piano (15)
Mike Campbell – electric guitar (tracks 2, 4, 5, 7, 9–14), bass guitar (1, 3, 5, 6, 12, 13–15), slide guitar (3), acoustic guitar (8), coral sitar (11), harpsichord (1)
Benmont Tench – piano (tracks 1, 3–7, 9, 10, 12–14), grand piano (2), electric piano (2), Hammond organ (4, 6, 9, 12, 14), Mellotron (6, 14), tack piano (11), harmonium (1, 6, 12), zenon (11), orchestron (12)
Howie Epstein – harmony vocals (tracks 2, 4, 5, 13, 14), bass guitar (4, 7, 10), backing vocals (7)
Steve Ferrone – drums (tracks 1-7, 9, 10, 12–15)
Lenny Castro – percussion (tracks 1, 2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14)
Brandon Fields – saxophone (track 13)
Greg Herbig – saxophone (track 13)
Jim Horn – saxophone (track 13)
Kim Hutchcroft – saxophone (track 13)
Phil Jones – percussion (tracks 4, 10)
Michael Kamen – orchestration, conductor (tracks 1, 3, 5, 12, 15)
John Pierce – bass guitar (track 9)
Marty Rifkin – pedal steel guitar (track 13)
Ringo Starr – drums (tracks 11)
Carl Wilson – backing vocals (tracks 7)

Wednesday 2/1/23 10pm ET: Feature LP: Bryan Adams – Cuts Like A Knife (1983)

Cuts Like a Knife is the third studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams. Released on January 18, 1983 by A&M Records, the album became a huge commercial success in Canada and the United States whereas in other countries, the album did poorly. After the release of Reckless, the album would chart on the British album chart and would later be certified Silver by the BPI. It was recorded at Little Mountain Sound, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Three singles were released worldwide from the album: “Straight from the Heart”, “Cuts Like a Knife” and “This Time”; the three were responsible for launching Adams into mainstream popularity. A further two singles were released in specific territories. It is regarded as one of Adams’s finest albums; it was named the 48th Greatest Canadian Album of All Time by Bob Mersereau in his book The Top 100 Canadian Albums.

  1. “The Only One” 3:16
  2. “Take Me Back” 4:41
  3. “This Time” 3:20
  4. “Straight from the Heart” 3:31
  5. “Cuts Like a Knife” 5:17
  6. “I’m Ready” 3:58
  7. “What’s It Gonna Be” 3:40
  8. “Don’t Leave Me Lonely” 2:58
  9. “Let Him Know” 3:11
  10. “The Best Was Yet to Come” 3:04

Bryan Adams – vocals, guitars, piano on “Straight from the Heart”
Mickey Curry – drums
Tommy Mandel – organ, B-3 organ, synthesizers, piano on “Let Him Know” and “The Best Was Yet to Come”
Keith Scott – guitars, background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
Dave Taylor – bass guitar, background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
Bruce Allen (credited as “B.A.”) – background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
Alfa Anderson – background vocals on “Take Me Back”
Bob Clearmountain (credited as “B.C.”) – background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
K. Davies – background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
L. Frenette – background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
Lou Gramm – background vocals on all tracks except “Straight from the Heart”, “Cuts Like a Knife” and “The Best Was Yet to Come”
M. Simpson – background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”
Jim Vallance – percussion on “Take Me Back”, “This Time”, “Straight from the Heart” and “Let Him Know”, electric piano on “The Best Was Yet to Come”
Jim Wesley – background vocals on “Cuts Like a Knife”

Wednesday 2/1/23 9pm ET: Feature LP: Red Hot Chili Peppers – Californication (1999)

Californication is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on June 8, 1999, on Warner Bros. Records. It was produced by Rick Rubin. Along with Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Californication is one of the band’s best selling albums.

Californication marked the return of the guitarist John Frusciante, who had previously appeared on Mother’s Milk and Blood Sugar Sex Magik, and shifted the band’s style. The lyrics incorporated the sexual innuendos already associated with the band, but added themes including death, suicide, California, drugs, globalization and travel.

Californication is the Chili Peppers’ most commercially successful studio release internationally, with over fifteen million copies sold worldwide, and more than six million in the United States alone. As of 2002, the album had sold over four million copies in Europe. The record produced several hits for the band, including “Otherside”, “Californication” and the Grammy Award-winning “Scar Tissue”. Californication peaked at number three on the US Billboard 200.

The record marked a significant change in style for the band: Rolling Stone’s Greg Tate noted that “while all previous Chili Peppers projects have been highly spirited, Californication dares to be spiritual and epiphanic”. Another critic, Billboard’s Paul Verna, mentioned that the album brought out “the group’s softer, melodic side”, as opposed to their previous six albums.

  1. “Around the World” 3:58
  2. “Parallel Universe” 4:30
  3. “Scar Tissue” 3:37
  4. “Otherside” 4:15
  5. “Get on Top” 3:18
  6. “Californication” 5:21
  7. “Easily” 3:51
  8. “Porcelain” 2:43
  9. “Emit Remmus” 4:00
  10. “I Like Dirt” 2:37
  11. “This Velvet Glove” 3:45
  12. “Savior” 4:52
  13. “Purple Stain” 4:13
  14. “Right on Time” 1:52
  15. “Road Trippin'” 3:25

Anthony Kiedis – lead vocals, overdubbed backing vocals
John Frusciante – electric guitar, acoustic guitar on “This Velvet Glove” and “Road Trippin'”, backing vocals, keyboards
Flea – bass guitar, acoustic bass guitar on “Road Trippin'”, backing vocals
Chad Smith – drums, percussion
Greg Kurstin – keyboards
Patrick Warren – Chamberlin organ on “Road Trippin'”

Wednesday 2/1/23 8pm ET: Feature LP: Måneskin – Rush (2023)

Rush! is the third studio album by Italian rock band Måneskin, released on January 20, 2023 through Arista Records. It was preceded by the singles “Mammamia”, “Supermodel”, “The Loneliest” and “Gossip”. The band toured North America in support of the album and its predecessor Teatro d’ira: Vol. I (2021) on the Loud Kids Tour in late 2022, with a European tour scheduled for early 2023.

  1. “Own My Mind” 3:11
  2. “Gossip” (featuring Tom Morello) 2:48
  3. “Timezone” 2:59
  4. “Bla Bla Bla” 3:04
  5. “Baby Said” 2:44
  6. “Gasoline” 3:41
  7. “Feel” 2:47
  8. “Don’t Wanna Sleep” 2:36
  9. “Kool Kids” 2:43
  10. “If Not for You” 3:14
  11. “Read Your Diary” 2:30
  12. “Mark Chapman” 3:40
  13. “La fine” 3:20
  14. “Il dono della vita” 3:44
  15. “Mammamia” 3:06
  16. “Supermodel” 2:28
  17. “The Loneliest” 4:07

Damiano David – lead vocals
Victoria de Angelis – bass guitar, backing vocals
Thomas Raggi – guitar
Ethan Torchio – drums