Thursday, December 02, 2010

Radio Dupree Top 20 - December 2010

1. Donald Fagen - What I Do - Morph The Cat

2. Frank Zappa - Envelopes - Hammersmith Odeon

3. Frank Zappa - Bobby Brown - Hammersmith Odeon

4. Frank Zappa - Don't Eat The Yellow Snow - Halloween

5. Frank Zappa - He Used To Cut The Grass - Joe's Garage

6. Frank Zappa - Dinah-Moe Humm - Halloween

7. Frank Zappa - Sharleena - The Lost Episodes

8. The Doors - Strange Days - Strange Days

9. Mahavishnu Orchestra - Cosmic Strut - Visions Of The Emerald Beyond

10. Brand X - Cambodia - Do They Hurt?

11. Jethro Tull - Dharma For One - Living In The Past
12. Allan Holdsworth - The Un-Merry-Go-Round (edit) - Metal Fatigue
13. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - The Dog Breath Variations - Uncle Meat
14. Pink Floyd - Flaming - The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
15. Mark King - Clocks Go Forward - Influences
16. George Duke - Seeing You - My Soul - The Complete MPS Fusion Recordings
17. Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - Eat That Question - Grand Wazoo
18. Frank Zappa - Wedding Dress Song/The Handsome Cabin Boy - Mystery Disc
19. Brad Smith - Speak To Me/Breathe - MOON8
20. The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun/The Inner Light - Love

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

Last month's Zappa-centric chart (six out of 20 being FZ-songs) got beat good this time around with close to half of the Radio Dupree Top 20 consisting of Zappa. Nine songs to be precise.
Could it be our coverage of the
Hammersmith Odeon release has lured a few more Zappa fans to tune in? Whatever reason more listeners listening to Radio Dupree more often is a good thing!

Looking at the rest of the chart there's a distinct retro-feel to it. The number one; What I Do from Donald Fagen's Morph The Cat is the youngest being a "mere" four years and nine months old by now.

As the full contents of Hammersmith Odeon is now hitting our playlist, is it to great a dare predicting Frank Zappa to rule next month as well? Be here in 30 days for the answer, and earlier and often to listen and vote on the songs played.

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