Kitty's Local Hour Playlist 10/7

Listen Sunday Nights at 8

October 8, 2018

-Kitty Dunn

This week's show started off with a classic bit of Triple M history!

"You Can't Always Get What You Want," by Luther Allison. This version was recorded live at the Barrymore in 1997 for Triple M's 6th birthday party. Earlier in the day he found out he had inoperable cancer, and passed away the next month.

"Folsum Prison Blues" by Greg Koch from his album "4 Days In the South." Greg hails from Milwaukee and went to my alma mater, UW-Stevens Point. He's freaky good on the guitar.

"Down" by Sam Lyons. From his album "Let's Go." Music is in Sam's blood. His dad is Phil Lyons, from the Madison group the O'Bros.

"Wrecking Ball" by The Jimmys. From the album "Hot Dish" See them Oct. 20th at the Capital Brewery, a benefit for the Pheasant Branch Conservancy.

"Keep Your Hands To Yourself" by the Georgia Satellites. Okay they're from Georgia, but their drummer Mauro Magellan now lives in Southern Wisconsin and plays with the aforementioned Jimmys.

"The Aftermath" by Brett Newski. From the new album "Life Upside Down," which is an enjoyable, clever pop album (if you ask me.)  Newski is from Milwaukee and has been bumping around Europe lately.

"Nobody Pays Retail Anymore" by Madison Red and the Band That Time Forgot. From the album "21st Century Blues & Ballads."

"Ashes to Bloom" by The Mascot Theory. From the new album "Dawn And What Comes After." Look for a new video from Erik and the band very soon!

"One Mississippi" by Mark Croft from the album "Live at Shake Rag Alley."

"Hope" by The Lower 5th. From the album "Hope." Keeping the music of their leader and mentor Luke Jorgensen alive.

"Won't Take Shelter" by Teddy Davenport. From the album "The Deepest Blue."  Go see him at Bos Meadery on Friday night.

"Future's So Bright," by Tim Buk 3. From the album "Greetings From Tim Buk 3." Formed by Pat MacDonald and Barbara K in Madison in 1984, they had a huge hit in 1986, and were nominated for the Best New Artist Grammy, but lost to Bruce Hornsby And The Range.

"Wayward Soul" by the Beth Kille Band. From "Stark Raving Songbird." Check out her girls' group, Gin,Chocolate, and Bottle Rockets at a Girls Rock Camp fundraiser at Ovation 309 Friday night at 6:30.

Above Photo: Jimmy Voegeli of the Jimmys at the Willy Street Fair.