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Source: wxrt.cbslocal.com – Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Do you remember kindergarten? Do you remember how you had a Valentine for everyone in the class? This morning we decided it would be fun to offer 26 musical Valentines by playing songs that refer to women’s names A-Z. Yes. It required cheating. And last minute audibles. I think it would have been less of a challenge if I leaned on ‘name’ songs from the 50’s and 60’s because there are many of them. Just think of the possibilities with The Beatles alone. I chose to mix up the vintages and feature songs that XRT has played over the years. Here is the unvarnished playlist I worked up from 8am to about 9:30am on 93XRT. “Alison” — Elvis Costello. Starting with a consensus favorite. “Bertha” — Los Lobos. Originally scheduled Bernadette by The Four Tops but received a request for “Bertha.” It gave me the chance to remind people that the 2 Los Lobos XRT shows at the Tivoli Theater have been postponed until March 14th and 15th. “Cleopatra” — The Lumineers. Had to jump at the chance to play a new ‘name’ song and mixed in Richard Burton as Anthony speaking of Elizabeth Taylor, a fabulous Cleopatra in the movies. “Diane Young” — Vampire Weekend. Short and sweet and more contemporary. “Come On Eileen” — Dexy’s Midnight Runners. Dexy lovers came out of the woodwork when they heard this one. Also considered Keith Richards solo doing “Eileen.” “The Weight” — The Band. Just didn’t like playing ZZ Top “Francince.” Opted for the line “Take a load off

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