iVoryTowerz Radio: Sweet Little 16

This week's musical journey includes a shoutout to protestors at American University who gave Karl Rove an unexpected surprise and we also have a plea that Yusuf Islam regain his senses. Along the way, we delve into the evolution of the British Invasion sound, our tribute to rockabilly, and tracing the origins of it all back to the blues of 1936. Give a listen and enjoy!

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“Bo Diddley” by Bo Diddley
Jeff’s New Wave: “New Rose” by The Damned
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “More Human Than Human” by White Zombie
"Crossroads" by Robert Johnson
“Damn Right I've Got the Blues" by Buddy Guy
Cover Me: "I Feel Free" by Belinda Carlisle
"Blue Hotel" by Chris Isaak
"Oh, Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison
"Little Sister" by Dwight Yoakum
“Never be You” by Maria McKee
“We Shall Overcome” by Bruce Springsteen
"Peace Train“ by Cat Stevens
"Waiting on the World to Change” by John Mayer

"In My Life" by The Beatles
“We Gotta Get You a Woman” by Todd Rundgren
"Let There Be Love" by Oasis
"Sweet Little Sixteen" by Chuck Berry

(Mp3 Runs - 1:18:40; 72 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(Photo © copyright 2003 Lynn Cummings and used with permission via stock.xnchg.)

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