Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Radio Dupree Top 13 - August 2010

1. Santana - Treat

2. The Tubes - God-Bird-Change

3. Steely Dan - Doctor Wu
Katy Lied

4. Blue Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond

5. Krantz Carlock Lefebvre - Rock
The Hudson Sessions

6. Stevie Wonder - Race Babbling
Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants

7. Paul Simon - All Because Of You
One Trick Pony

8. King Crimson - Cat Food (single version)
In The Wake Of Poseidon

9. Frank Zappa - Little Umbrellas (LP)
Hot Rats

10. The Police - Miss Gradenko

11. Peter Gabriel - Red Rain - So
12. Jethro Tull - We Used To Know - Stand Up
13. Pink Floyd - Fearless - Meddle


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

We managed to compile a Top 13 this month. A chart featuring recurring names like Frank Zappa, Steely Dan, Peter Gabriel, The Police and Pink Floyd. And a Pink Floyd cover pops up at 3 by the band Blue Floyd. It's not the first time they're on the Radio Dupree chart.
It is, however, the first time for the three man band of Krantz Carlock Lefebvre, first names Wayne, Keith and Tim. And with a loooooong track at that: over 9 minutes. And talking of long songs makeing the chart there's also Stevie Wonder at 6 with a song clocking in at 8:45.

Our number one this month is Santana with a tarck from the 1969 debut. The very same group and album was number one in April this year. That time the track was You Just Don't Care.

We do. Care, that is. And keeping an eye on this chart is one way of understanding what you, the listener wants to hear. So if you listen to Radio Dupree and like or don't like a song, please press the appropriate button and help the station sound even better!

Also; while the names of the artists may be familiar it's usually not the most played hits we feature. We go a bit deeper and feature album tracks and other stuff that doesn't get played as much as it should.

Suprise of the month: Not one single track from our Album of the Month for July; Exile On Main Street by The Rolling Stones, made the chart. Let's see how this month's AOTM fares. It's Stevie Wonder's Hotter Than July.

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