Lost Classics Show Number 43

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Welcome to show #44 of Glenns Lost Classics. This month I will be doing a Set of Steely Dan to celebrate Donald Fagens birthday. We lost Walter Becker in September of 2017 and I have wanted to do something for Steely Dan for a long time, and now is the time. I will also be playing songs for other January Birthday artists like John Belushi, Slim Harpo Joan Baez, Stephen Stills, Captain Beefheart, Robby Krieger, Steve Marriott, Rod Stewart, Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, David Bowie, Jim Croce, Clarence Clemmons, Danny Federici, Ronnie Van Zant, Warren Zevon, Seth Justman, Brian Ray, Jesse Malin, Lucinda Williams, Chris Stein, Malcolm Young, Eddie Van Halen, Earl Hooker, Tortelvis, John Paul Jones, and Jimmy Page. Let's get started with the Blues Brothers.


Set 1

She Caught the Katy - The Blues Brothers

Baby Scratch My Back - Slim Harpo

House of the Rising Sun - Joan Baez

Sit Down I Think I Love You - Buffalo Springfield

Upon the My o My - Captain Beefheart

Five to One - The Doors

Set 1 Wrap

Set 2

One Eyed Trouser Snake Rumba - Humble Pie

Angel - Rod Stewart

Lucifer Sam - Pink Floyd

Shine On You Crazy Diamond I-V - Pink Floyd

Set 2 Wrap

Set 3

Dreaming Again or pictures and memories - Jim Croce

The E Street Shuffle - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

Poison Wiskey - Lynyrd Skynyrd

Disorder in the House - Warren Zevon

Sanctuary - J. Geils Band

Set 3 Wrap

Set 4

Whiskey Train - Brian Ray

Todd Youth - Jesse Malin

West Memphis - Lucinda Williams

Police and Theives - Junior Murvin

Sunday Girl - Blondie

Big Brother - David Bowie

Set 4 Wrap

Set 5

For Those About to Rock - AC/DC

On Fire - Van Halen

Immigrant Song - Dread Zeppelin

Trampled Under Foot - Led Zeppelin

Smile on Me - The Yardbirds

Set 5 Wrap

Set 6

Midnight Cruiser - Steely Dan

Pearl of the Quarter - Steely Dan

Monkey in Your Soul - Steely Dan

Daddy Don't Live in that New York City No More - Steely Dan

Black Friday - Steely Dan

The Royal Scam - Steely Dan

Last Song

You Got to Loose - Earl Hooker