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The Jewel Case: Corpulence, Hucksters, Lemmy

Lots of goodness on the agenda this week: X, Mongo Santamaria, Queen Ifrica, White Fence, Tom Waits, Charles Mingus, Mavis Staples, Lemmy’s musical life story, corpulent gentlemen, sketchy salesmen, recently departed glam rock bass players, a professor’s birthday...you get the idea. It’s gonna be a ride, and it’ll be even cooler if you’re along for it.

----------Hour 1----------

1. Frank Turner- 1933

2. X- The New World

3. Sweet- Teenage Rampage (RIP Steve Priest)

4. Generation X- Dancing With Myself

5. Sex Pistols- Holidays In the Sun

6. The Go- Summer’s Gonna Be My Girl

7. Bruce Springsteen- Thunder Road (live) (HB Roy Bittan)

8. The Temptations- Cloud Nine (HB Paul Williams)

9. Mongo Santamaria- I Can’t Get Next To You

10. Herbie Hancock- Watermelon Man

11. G. Love & Special Sauce- Fatman

12. Fats Domino- The Fat Man

13. Derrick Morgan- Fat Man

14. Queen Ifrica-  Yad to the East

----------Hour 2----------

15. Eleven- Why

16. White Fence- Like That

17. Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs- And Your Bird Can Sing

18. Love- Alone Again Or

19. Stephen Stills- Rock and Roll Crazies/Cuban Bluegrass

20. Ramones- Rockaway Beach

21. Tim Timebomb & Lindi Ortega- I Wanna Be Sedated

22. Lindi Ortega- Angels

23. Steve Earle- Snake Oil

24. Ray Condo & His Ricochets- Hadicillin Boogie

25. Badfinger- Come And Get It

26. Tom Waits- Step Right Up

27. Charles Mingus- Better Git It In Your Soul

28. Joni Mitchell- Goodbye Pork Pie Hat

29. Harry Nilsson- The Moonbeam Song

----------Hour 3----------

30. Funkadelic- Good To Your Earhole

31. Lee Dorsey- Yes We Can, Can Pt. 1

32. The Meters- Pungee

33. Mavis Staples- Who Told You That

34. Sly & the Family Stone- Family Affair

35. The Who- The Kids Are Alright

36. The Rockin’ Vickers- It’s Alright

37. Sam Gopal- Grass

38. Hawkwind- Motorhead

39. Motörhead- Ace Of Spades

40. The Head Cat- Not Fade Away

41. Mono Mono- Kenimania

42. Juana Molina- Final Feliz

43. Cannonball Adderley Quintet & Orchestra- Tensity Pt. 1

Join Tod Weidner on Thursday, 8-11pm for The Jewel Case, a weekly celebration of all manner of musical goodness: Deep cuts. Old favorites. New favorites. Future favorites. All genres, all eras- it’s all fair game, from everywhere and everywhen, for everyone. 

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A lifelong Miami Valley resident, Tod Weidner grew up in Ludlow Falls before moving to Dayton in the early 1990s. Tod graduated from Milton-Union High School and Sinclair Community College, and also attended the Columbus College Of Art & Design until his scholarship ran out and he moved home to pursue the lucrative career of a struggling musician. Tod has been heavily involved in the Dayton Music Scene for over 20 years, as both a solo performer and a member of such bands as The Motel Beds, Shrug, The American Static, and Set The Controls, to name just a few. When he's not playing, listening to, or reading about music, Tod keeps busy by fixing up his house, where he and his wife Patrice live under the strict and watchful authority of their two cats, Mikey and Joey.