Alan Haber’s Pop Tunes Deejay Show | Playlist: Show #45 | 4-3-18

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Alan Haber’s Pop Tunes Deejay Show #45 | 4-3-18

pop tunes disc smallThe Playlist:

1. Dana Countryman | Pop Tunes Theme
2. Don McLean | “American Pie” (Full version) | American Pie, 1971

Set Two: New!
3. Ian Thompson | “Inspiration” | New World, 2017
4. Adrian Whitehead | “Blank Page” | Nerd from the Suburbs, 2018
5. The Posies | “Everyone Moves Away” | Dear 23 (2018 reissue, Omnivore)

Set Three: New Too!
6. The Gold Needles | “Lookout Mountain (An L.A. Song)” | Pearls, 2018
7. Jeff Litman | “Next Affair” | Crowded Hour, 2018
8. Farrington | “She Only Knows” | Single, 2018
9. Linus of Hollywood | “It Was You” | Cabin Life, 2018

Set Four: Voices Here, There and Everywhere!
10. Tim Smolens’ I.S.S. | “The Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll” | She’s a Girl, 2017
11. Roy Wood | “Why Does Such a Pretty Girl Sing Those Sad Songs” | Mustard, 1975

Set Five: New Plus!
12. Magpie | “Don’t Turn Your Back on the Sun” | Picasso on a Log, 2017
13. Chris Price | “Peculiar Lake Superior” | Dalmation, 2018
14. Daisy House | “The Girl Whole Holds My Hand” | Crossroads, 2018
15. Bee Gees | “Holiday” | Bee Gees 1st, 1967

Set Close:
16. Every Mother’s Son | “Come On Down to My Boat” | The Very Best of Every Mother’s Son: Come On Down to My Boat, 1998

Plus: Alan’s Snappy Deejay Patter!

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Pure Pop Radio’s signature shows, Alan Haber’s Pop Tunes Deejay Show, playing the latest and greatest melodic pop songs from today and across the decades, and Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation, the premiere Internet melodic pop talk show, air weekly on Pop that Goes Crunch Radio.

pop tunes disc smallin conversation new graphic blueListen to the Pop Tunes Deejay Show on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 pm ET (two different shows every week); In Conversation airs every Wednesday night at 9 pm ET. Don’t miss a minute!

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