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Another week, another fun show! Hope you enjoy!

Artist Song Album Record Label DJ Comments
Santana Black Magic Woman Abraxas (1970) Fun fact: This was actually a Fleetwood Mac Song before Santana did!
Bruce Springsteen Blinded by the Light Greetings from Asbury Park NJ! (1973) The Boss did indeed make liberal use of a rhyming dictionary when writing this song....
Three Dog Night Jeremiah was a Bulldog (Joy to the World) Naturally (1970) SO there appears to be much debate on the Internet about whether or not Creedence Clearwater Revival does a version of this or if they're just not involved in general???
Grand Funk Railroad We're an American Band We're an American Band (1973) They mention Little Rock! Also, Rob Zombie recently did a cover of this (notably replacing "Freddie King" the blues musician with "Kerry King" the guitarist from Slayer)
Eric Clapton Wonderful Tonight Slowhand (1977) Such a great song. That's all there is to say.
Cream Crossroads Wheels of Fire (1968) Great cover of the immortal Robert Johnson's "Cross Road Blues" from 1936
Fleetwood Mac Tusk Tusk (1979) Feel better now, Nathan?
Heart Crazy on You Dreamboat Annie (1976) Gotta love Heart!
ZZ Top Just Got Paid Rio Grande Mud (1972) We don't seem to play enough ZZ Top, so here you go!
Rolling Stones Can't You Hear Me Knocking Sticky Fingers (1971) Fun fact: This song comes from Barrett's favorite Rolling Stones album