Monday, March 02, 2009

Radio Dupree Top 20 - March 2009

1. Atomic Rooster - Death Walks Behind You (BBC radio session)
Death Walks Behind You

2. Electric Light Orchestra - Telephone Line
Light Years

3. David Byrne and Brian Eno - Wanted For Life
Everything That Happens Will Happen Today

4. Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson - Angel Dust

5. Frank Zappa - Whipping Post
Them Or Us

6. Steve Vai - Bledsoe Blvd
Flex-able Leftovers

7. Chamaeleon Church - Tomkin's Square Park
Chamaeleon Church

8. Warren Zevon - Networking
Transverse City

9. The Cramps - God Damn Rock 'N Roll
Stay Sick

10. Genesis - The Chamber Of 32 Doors
Genesis Archive 1967-75

11. Blue Floyd - Wish You Were Here - Begins
12. Peter Gabriel - That Voice Again - So
13. Martha Wainwright - See Emily Play - I Know You're Married But I've Got Feelings Too
14. Steely Dan - King Of The World - Countdown To Ecstasy
15. Jimi Hendrix - Bleeding Heart - More Experience Vol. 2
16. Frank Zappa - San Ber'dino - Baby Snakes DVD
17. Walter Becker And Donald Fagen - Stone Piano - Catalyst
18. Frank Zappa - Black Napkins - Zoot Allures
19. Frank Zappa - Heavenly Bank Account - You Are What You Is
20. Frank Zappa - Lumpy Gravy, Part One (1984 remix, excerpt) - Lumpy Money
Chart compiled by listeners voting on the songs they hear on Radio Dupree

Bubbling under: Frank Zappa - Be In My Video - Them Or Us, Genesis - The Musical Box - Nursery Cryme, Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart - 90125, King Crimson - Cirkus - Lizard, George Duke - Funny Funk - My Soul - The Complete MPS Fusion Recordings, Patrice Holloway - Those DJ Shows - A Cellarful Of Motown! Volume 2, David Byrne and Brian Eno - I Feel My Stuff - Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, Bruford - Forever Until Sunday - One Of A Kind, Genesis - I Know What I Like - Seconds Out and Funkadelic - Can You Get to That - Maggot Brain.

Number one this month: A bonus track from the 2006 CD version of an album originally released 1970 and considered Atomic Rooster's best.
Also from the 70's ELO's big hit Telephone Line and the Gil Scott-Heron/Brian Jackson collaboration Angel Dust.

Zappa is no stranger to the Top 20, but his cover of Whipping Post is not the most ovious track to make it to the top. One track from our Album of the Month; Lumpy Gravy, just made the chart. My guess is that Zappa will do better with this month's Sheik Yerbouti. We'll know early in March.

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