It's 17 below zero here in Chicago-- and that's without the wind chill. We've had more snow already than we usually have in an entire winter. I'm officially tired of winter.
1. Someday Baby- Bob Dylan
2. Take Me Down To Lover's Row- Robert Mitchum
3. Ringo- Lorne Greene
4. Self Control- Raf
5. William Butler Yeats Visits Lincoln Park and Escapes Unscathed- Phil Ochs
6. Dime Store Mystery- Lou Reed and John Cale
7. It's a Family Affair- Sly and the Family Stone
8. I Generate A Feeling- Pete Shelley
9. X-Ray Style- Joe Strummer and the Mescaleroes
10. Crawling King Snake- The Doors
1. From "Modern Times."
2. Yes, that Robert Mitchum
3. Yes, that Lorne Greene. He had a hit single with this one.
4. The darker original version of the song later covered by an American singer.
5. Phil Ochs' cryptic and bitter song about the 1968 Democratic Convention demonstrations.
6. Lou Reed and John Cale musing about their friend Andy Warhol's last moments.
7. Man, I love this band.
8. From Buzzcocks frontman Pete Shelley's 1981 solo album
9. Man, I still miss Joe Strummer. I think I always will.
10. The Doors covering John Lee Hooker. From the great "LA Woman" album.