Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Radio Dupree Top 20 - March 2010

1. Harmonious Wail - Home At Last
Resist Temptation

2. The Beatles - Till There Was You
With The Beatles

3. King Crimson - The Sheltering Sky

4. Steely Dan
- Pretzel Logic
Pretzel Logic

5. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention
- My Guitar (Wants To Kill Your Mama)
The Ark (Beat The Boots I)

6. Soft Machine - Down The Road

7. The Beatles
- I Will
The Beatles

8. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Little House I Used To Live In (edit)
Burnt Weeny Sandwich

9. The Beatles
- Why Don't We Do It In The Road?
The Beatles

10. Be-Bop Deluxe
- Axe Victim
All The Young Dudes (Mojo presents...)

11. Allan Holdsworth
- Atavachron - Atavachron
12. Frank Zappa
- Concentration Moon/The Sanzini Brothers - Playground Psychotics
13. Larry Carlton
- Blues For T.J. - Friends
14. Jeff Beck
- The Pump - There & Back
15. Paul Simon
- Armistice Day - Paul Simon
16. The Fraternity Of Man
- Candy Striped Lion's Tails - The Fraternity Of Man
17. Emerson Lake & Palmer - The Old Castle/Blues Variation - Pictures At An Exhibition
18. The Beatles - Eight Days A Week - Beatles For Sale
19. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich - Burnt Weeny Sandwich
20. Kansas - Miracles Out Of Nowhere - Leftoverture


Chart compiled by listeners voting
on the songs they hear on Radio Dupree

Chart analysis by Sigurd Huckle, Radio Dupree:

Topping the chart is Harmonius Wail from Madison, Wisconsin, USA. They are known for combining Eastern European folk songs and American jazz, and they rule the chart with an excellent cover, or rather an interpretation, of a Steely Dan song.
Otherwise it's pretty clear that you listeners can never really get enough of The Beatles...four songs by the Fab Four on our Top 20.
Our Album of the Month, Burnt Weeny Sandwich by Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention reached two positions on the chart. Great, since those pieces are no bubbelgum pop ditties fer sure. Let's see how you guys will like the Album of the Month for March, the new Peter Gabriel CD Scratch My Back.
Last but not least: Steely Dan and King Crimson often use to sneak their way into the upper section of the monthly Radio Dupree chart...also this time. Good taste!

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