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The 8 at 8

Each weekday at 8am, Jonathan & Kitty present the 8 at 8. The 8 at 8 is a collection of eight songs, with a combined theme, meaning or unifying idea.

With two minds like Jonathan & Kitty, the song combinations are infinite.  They might be ridiculous too, but it's a infinite ridiculousness, just like Jonathan & Kitty.


Eight at Eight for December 5, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Every Thursday our Eight at Eight features songs you heard first on Triple M.  This week we included:

Green Eyes and a Heart of Gold by Lone Bellow

I'm Yours by Jason Mraz

Another is Waiting by Avett Brothers

Come Away with Me by Norah Jones

We Are Young by FUN

All For You by Sister Hazel

How to Save a Life by The Fray

Let Her Go by Passenger

Just Breathe by the Unlikely Candidates

 
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Eight at Eight for December 5, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Every Thursday our Eight at Eight features songs you heard first on Triple M.  This week we included:

Green Eyes and a Heart of Gold by Lone Bellow

I'm Yours by Jason Mraz

Another is Waiting by Avett Brothers

Come Away with Me by Norah Jones

We Are Young by FUN

All For You by Sister Hazel

How to Save a Life by The Fray

Let Her Go by Passenger

Just Breathe by the Unlikely Candidates

 
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Eight at Eight for December 4, 2013: Take Songs

Yesterday we featured "Give" songs in honor of "Giving Tuesday".  Today we went in the other direction with "Take" songs.

Take Me to the River by Talking Heads

Take a Picture by Filter

Every Breath You Take by The Police

Take Me to the Pilot by Elton John

Take the Long Way Home by Supertramp

Take the Money and Run by Steve Miller

Takin' It to the Streets by The Doobie Brothers

Take on Me by A-Ha

 
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Eight at Eight for November 27, 2013: Thank You Songs

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving so...

Kind and Generous by Natalie Merchant

I Thank You by Bonnie Raitt

Thank You Girl by John Hiatt

Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again) by Sly and the Family Stone

Thank You by Led Zeppelin

Thank U by Alanis Morissette

Thank You by Dido

Thanksgiving Song by Adam Sandler



 
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Eight at Eight for November 26, 2013: Great Cover Songs

Here are eight great cover songs we like:

Otis Redding covering I Can't Get No Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones

Cowboy Junkies covering Sweet Jane by Lou Reed

The Wallflowers covering Lawyers, Guns and Money by Warren Zevon

Sting covering The Wind Cries Mary by Jimi Hendrix

Susan Tedeschi covering For No One by The Beatles

Indigo Girls covering Tangled Up in Blue by Bob Dylan

Counting Crows covering Big Yellow Taxi by Joni Mitchell

Melissa Etheridge covering Maggie May by Rod Stewart

 
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Eight at Eight for November 25, 2013: Songs That Started Out with Different Titl

Some songs started with different names.  The classic example is Yesterday by The Beatles.  The working title was Scrambled Eggs.   Here are eight songs that started with a different title:

You Found Me by The Fray was originally called Amistad

The Chain by Fleetwood Mac was originally called Butter Cookie

Vertigo by U2 was originally called Native Son

Tumbling Dice was originally called Good Time Woman

Wonderwall by Oasis was originally called Wishing Stone

Long Train Runnin' by The Doobie Brothers was originally called Osbourne

Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison was originally called Brown Skinned Girl

Life in a Northern Town by The Dream Academy was originally called Morning Lasted All Day

 
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Eight at Eight for November 22, 2013: Songs with Change in the Title

Today we asked Triple M listeners for songs with "Change" in the title.  There were plenty of great suggestions.  Here's what we played:

Changes by David Bowie

Gonna Be Some Changes Made by Bruce Hornsby

Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes by Jimmy Buffet

A Change Would Do You Good by Sheryl Crow

A Moment Changes Everything by David Gray

Change the World by Eric Clapton

Don't Change by INXS

Change by Churchill

 
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Eight at Eight for November 18, 2013: Songs with a Classical Connection

The Eight at Eight is brought to you by Farley's House of Pianos.  Today we featured 8 songs with a classical connection.

All You Need is Love by The Beatles features some of Greensleeves at the end

A Whiter Shade of Pale by Procol Harum features some of J.S. Bach

Beck's Bolero by Jeff Beck

Hook by Blues Traveler features Pachelbel's Cannon in D in the bass line

All This Time by Sting features Cello Suite by Bach

What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding by Elvis Costello - this one isn't classical, but Elvis has done some classical work.  We just didn't want to play.

Down by the Water by The Decemberists (See Elvis Costello)

Sample in a Jar by Phish (See Decemberists)







 
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Eight at Eight for November 15, 2013: Songs With Lady in the Title

This morning we were looking for songs with the word 'Lady' in the title.  Triple M listeners had lots of suggestions.  Here's what we played:

Lay Lady Lay by Bob Dylan

Lady Writer by Dire Straits

Green Eyed Lady by Sugarloaf

Lady by Lenny Kravitz

She's No Lady, She's My Wife by Lyle Lovett

Lady Madonna by The Beatles

South City Midnight Lady by Dobbie Brothers

Dude Looks Like a Lady by Aerosmith

 
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Eight at Eight for November 14, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

On a New Music Thursday, we feature songs you heard first on Triple M.  This week we included:

Kandi by One Eskimo

Black Horse and the Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall

Crazy by Gnarls Barkley

Dog Days are Over by Florence and the Machine

Heaven by Los Lonely Boys

Come Away with Me by Norah Jones

Let Her Go by Passenger

Everyone Wants to Rule the World covered by Lorde

 
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Eight at Eight for November 13, 2013: Songs from 1988

The year was 1988.  Remember Oliver North's secretary Fawn Hall?  The movie Rain Man with Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman was released and Adele was born.  Here are some songs from 1988.

Fast Car by Tracy Chapman

Pop Song '89 by REM

Desire by U2

What I Am by Edie Brickell

I Hate Myself for Loving You by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

Red Red Wine by UB40

Under the Milky Way by Church

Handle with Care by Traveling Wilburys

 
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Eight at Eight for November 12, 2013: Piano Songs

Our Eight at Eight is brought to you by Farley's House of Pianos.  It's the annual November sale at Farley's, so today we played eight piano songs.

Superman (It Ain't Easy) by Five for Fighting

Babylon by David Gray

Tiny Dancer by Elton John

Clock by Coldplay

Silver Thunderbird by Marc Cohn

Steppin' Out by Joe Jackson

The Way It Is by Bruce Hornsby

The Pretender by Jackson Browne

 
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Eight at Eight for November 11, 2013: Songs for Veterans

Today is Veteran's Day so we honored them with eight great songs.  If you see a veteran today (or any day) please say THANK YOU.

Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Orange Crush by REM

All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix

Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen

Brave by Sara Bareilles

Nature's Way by Spirit

Rockin' in the Free World by Neil Young

Imagine by John Lennon

 
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Eight at Eight for November 11, 2013: Songs for Veterans

Today is Veteran's Day so we honored them with eight great songs.  If you see a veteran today (or any day) please say THANK YOU.

Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Orange Crush by REM

All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix

Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen

Brave by Sara Bareilles

Nature's Way by Spirit

Rockin' in the Free World by Neil Young

Imagine by John Lennon

 
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Eight at Eight for November 8, 2013: Songs with a Question in the Title

This morning we had a question.  Could you think of songs with a quesiton in the title?  Here's what Triple M listeners suggested:

Have You Ever Seen the Rain? by Creedance Clearwater Revival

Are You Gonna Go My Way? by Lenny Kravitz

Is She Really Going Out with Him? by Joe Jackson

How Soon is Now? by The Smiths

What Would You Say? by Dave Matthews

Why Can't We Be Friends? by War

Don't You Want Me? by Human League

Question by Old 97's

 
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8 at 8 for Nov. 7: songs you heard first on Triple M

For our 8 at 8 every New Music Thursday, we like to remind you of some of the cool songs you heard first on 105.5 Triple M.

Here's today's list:

1. Are You Gonna Be My Girl by Jet

2. Another is Waiting by the Avett Brothers

3. Rolling in the Deep by Adele

4. Found Out About You by the Gin Blossoms

5. Windows are Rolled Down by Amos Lee

6. Black Horse and the Cherry Tree by K.T. Tunstall (Live From Studio M version)

7.  Pompeii by Bastille

8.  Fortune Teller by The Musgraves  (Gabby's New Music Pick)

 
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Eight at Eight for November 5, 2013: Songs with Wild in the Title

Brett Dennen is coming back to Madison this Friday!  He'll play in Studio M before his sold out show.  Click here for your chance to be part of the Studio M session.  Meanwhile, we played eight "wild" songs in honor of his new song Wild Child.

Wild Wild Life by The Talking Heads

Wild Horses by The Rolling Stones

Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf

Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses by U2

Wildfire by John Mayer

Wild Night by Van Morrison

Walk on the Wild Side by Lou Reed

Wild Child by Brett Dennen


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Eight at Eight for November 4, 2013: Building a House

Today we attempted to build a house with song titles.  We didn't get very far.

Another Brick in the Wall by Pink Floyd

The Ceiling by The Wild Feathers

Knockin' on Heaven's Door by Bob Dylan

She Came in Through the Bathroom Window by Joe Cocker

Gold on the Ceiling by The Black Keys

Let My Love Open the Door by Pete Townshend

Wonderwall by Oasis

Burning Down the House by Talking Heads


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Eight at Eight for November 1, 2013: Songs with a Man's Name in the Title

There are a lot of songs with women's name in the title.  How about a man's name?  Here's our list which we created with the help of Triple M listeners.

Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega

Jack and Diane by John Mellencamp

Jeremy by Pearl Jam

Levon by Elton John

Jumpin' Jack Flash by the Rolling Stones

Mr. Jones by Counting Crows

Me and Julio Down by the School Yard

A Boy Named Sue by Johnny Cash

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Eight at Eight for November 1, 2013: Songs with a Man's Name in the Title

There are a lot of songs with women's name in the title.  How about a man's name?  Here's our list which we created with the help of Triple M listeners.

Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega

Jack and Diane by John Mellencamp

Jeremy by Pearl Jam

Levon by Elton John

Jumpin' Jack Flash by the Rolling Stones

Mr. Jones by Counting Crows

Me and Julio Down by the School Yard

A Boy Named Sue by Johnny Cash

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Eight at Eight for October 31, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

New Music Thursday on Triple M means the eight at eight features songs you first heard on Triple M.  This week we featured:

Tighten Up by Black Keyes

How to Save a LIfe by The Fray

Sirens by Pearl Jam

Babylon by David Gray

Only Happy When It Rains by Garbage

San Francisco by The Mowglis

Unwell by Matchbox Twenty

The New Black by Moon Taxi



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Eight at Eight for October 30, 2013: Bands and Artists from Texas

Today we played bands and artists from Texas including:

Dirty Laundry by Don Henley

Follow My Feet by Unlikely Candidates

Piece of My Heart by Janis Joplin

LaGrange by ZZ Top

Neon Eyes by Saints of Valory

Tuff Enough by Fabulous Thunderbird

What I Am by Edie Brickell

Crossfire by Stevie Ray Vaughan


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People : Don HenleyEdie BrickellJanis JoplinStevie Ray Vaughan




 

Eight at Eight for October 30, 2013: Bands and Artists from Texas

Today we played bands and artists from Texas including:

Dirty Laundry by Don Henley

Follow My Feet by Unlikely Candidates

Piece of My Heart by Janis Joplin

LaGrange by ZZ Top

Neon Eyes by Saints of Valory

Tuff Enough by Fabulous Thunderbird

What I Am by Edie Brickell

Crossfire by Stevie Ray Vaughan


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People : Don HenleyEdie BrickellJanis JoplinStevie Ray Vaughan




 

Eight at Eight for October 29, 2013: Songs from 1986

Today we featured songs from the year 1986.  It was the year the Bears won the Super Bowl, Ferris Bueller's Day Off was in theatres and we all grabbed each other's hands for Hands Across America.  Here were some of the songs of 1986:

Don't Dream It's Over by Crowded House

Fall of Me by R.E.M.

In Your Eyes by Peter Gabriel

Alive and Kicking by Simple Minds

The Way It Is by Bruce Hornsby

Dear God by XTC

What You Need by INXS

If You Leave by OMD
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Eight at Eight for October 29, 2013: Songs with Foreign Words in the Lyrics

On Monday we featured eight songs with some foreign lyrics.  We bet you didn't even noticed it in some of these songs.

Smooth by Santana:
My munequita, my Spanish Harlem Mona Lisa Your my reason for reason

Diamonds on the Souls of Her Shoes by Paul Simon:
(A-wa a-wa) o kodwa u zo-nge li-sa namhlange (A-wa a-wa) si-bona kwenze ka kanjani (A-wa a-wa) amanto mbazane ayeza She's a rich girl She don't try to hide it Diamonds on the soles of her shoes

Loser by Beck:
Sprechen sie Deutsch, baby? Soy un perdedor I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes by Crosby Stills and Nash:
Be my lady Que linda! Me recuerda a Cuba La reina de la Mar Caribe Quiero slo visitarla all Y que triste que no puedo. Vaya! O Va! O Va!

Should I Stay or I Should I Go by The Clash:
This indecisions bugging me Esta undecision me molesta If you don't want me, set me free Si no me quieres, librame Exactly whom I'm supposed to be Diga me que tengo ser Don't you know which clothes even fit me?

Games Without Frontiers by Peter Gabriel
If looks could kill, they probably will In games without frontiers-war without tears Games without frontiers-war without tears Jeux sans frontieres

Vertigo by U2:
Unos, dos, tres, catorce!

Reflektor by Arcade Fire:
Entre la nuit, la nuit et l’aurore Entre le royaume, des vivants et des morts If this is heaven I don't know what it’s for If I can’t find you there I don't care.


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Eight at Eight for October 24, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

It's a New Music Thursday on Triple M, so today we featured eight great songs you heard first on Triple M.

1979 by Smashing Pumpkins

Wild Child by Brett Dennen

Crazy by Gnarls Barkley

Ho Hey by The Lumineers

3am by Matchbox Twenty

Strong Enough by Sheryl Crow

Let Her Go by Passenger

And something brand new from The Alternate Routes called Nothing More.  In fact, The Alternate Routes wrote the song for a group called Newtown Kindness in memory of Charlotte Bacon.  She was one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings. 


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Eight at Eight for October 23, 2013: Songs from the year 1979

1979 was a glorious year for so many reasons.  McDonald's introduced the Happy Meal, President Jimmy Carter was attacked by a swamp rabbit (no joke) and Disco Demolation took place at Comiskey Park in Chicago causing the cancellation of a major leage baseball game between the White Sox and Detroit TIgers.  There were also some bad things like that whole Iranian hostage situation.

There was plenty of great music too.  Today we featured eight great songs from 1979 including:

Is She Really Going Out with Him by Joe Jackson

Take the Long Way Home by Supertramp

Cruel to Be King by Nick Lowe

Dream Police by Cheap Trick

Messagein a Bottle by Police

Heart of Glass by Blondie

All My Love by Led Zeppelin

London Calling by The Clash


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People : Jimmy CarterJoe JacksonNick Lowe




 

Eight at Eight for October 22, 2013: Songs Featuring Talking

We all love a good singer, but how about  a good talker?  It's tough to talk through a song and make it sound cool.  Here are eight songs where we think it works. 

If I Had $1,000,000 by Barenaked Ladies

Here Comes My Girl by Tom Petty

Lullaby by Shawn Mullins

Love Shack by B-52's

Never There by Cake

Somewhere Down the Crazy River by Robbie Robertson

Miss You by The Rolling Stones

Fire by Jimi Hendrix


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Eight at Eight for October 21, 2013: Bands Names That You Think Are Real Names

A lot of bands are named after someone in the band, but not always.  Here are eight great songs from bands with names that have nothing to do with anyone in the band.

Kiss This Thing Goodbye by Del Amitri.  No Del in this band.  The guys say the name was originally created to confuse people.

Bungle in the Jungle by Jethro Tull.  Tull was a real person who was an agriculturist.  He invented the seed drill in 1701.

Layla by Derek & the Dominos  No Derek in the band, but there was an Eric.

Calgary by Bon Iver.  Bon Iver is a french greeting used in the show Northern Exposure. It means good winter.  Bon Iver is Wisconsin native Justin Vernon.

867-5309 by Tommy Tutone.  There is a Tommy in the band, but his last name is not Tutone.

Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd.  The band's name comes from two old blues musicians Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.

1957 by Milo Greene.  There's no Milo, but band members originally pretended that it was the name of their manager.

Let Her Cry by Hootie and the Blowfish.  No Hootie.  The lead singer is Darius.

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8 at 8 for Oct. 18: Running songs

Thanks to our facebook friend Seth Miller for coming up with today's 8 at 8..songs with run or running in the title, or that inspire you to run fast.

1. Running on Empty--Jackson Browne

2. When the World is Running Down--The Police

3. Born to Run--Bruce Springsteen

4. Runaround--Blues Traveler

5. Run Like Hell--Pink Floyd

6. Running Down a Dream--Tom Petty

7. The Long Run--The Eagles

8. I want you to want me--Cheap Trick  (Jonathan's favorite running song)

Thanks to everyone who gave us suggestions!
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Eight at Eight for October 17, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

On every New Music Thursday our Eight at Eight features songs you heard first on our station.  Today we included:

Best Day of My Life by American Authors

Walking in Memphis by Marc Cohn

Howlin' For You by Black Keys

Rolling in the Deep by Adele

Sound of Sunshine by Michael Franti

One Week by Barenaked Ladies

Low by Cracker

What Doesn't Kill You by Jake Bugg


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Eight at Eight for October 16, 2013: Songs with Hats or Shoes in the Title

Today we were not interested in belts or pants or gloves.  We wanted songs about hats and shoes.  Here's our list:

New Shoes by Paolo Nutini

You Can Leave Your Hat On by Joe Cocker

(Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes by Elvis Costello

Leopard-Skin Pill Box Hat by Bob Dylan

Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes by Paul Simon

Those Shoes by The Eagles

Raspberry Beret by Prince

Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People


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Eight at Eight for October 16, 2013: Songs with Hats or Shoes in the Title

Today we were not interested in belts or pants or gloves.  We wanted songs about hats and shoes.  Here's our list:

New Shoes by Paolo Nutini

You Can Leave Your Hat On by Joe Cocker

(Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes by Elvis Costello

Leopard-Skin Pill Box Hat by Bob Dylan

Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes by Paul Simon

Those Shoes by The Eagles

Raspberry Beret by Prince

Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People


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Eight at Eight for October 15, 2013: Songs Involved in Lawsuits

Today we're going to court as we feature eight grade songs involved in lawsuits.

Hello, I Love You by The Doors faced a lawsuit by Ray Davies of  The Kinks.  Davies said the song had the same riff as All Day and All of the Night.

Down Under by Men at Work was sued because it borrowed from the kids song Kookabura.

My Sweet Lord by George Harrison was sued by The Chiffons because it sounded like the song He's So Fine.

Gold on the Ceiling by The Black Keyes.  The Black Keyes actually sued Pizza Hut for stealing the song.

Another Brick in the Wall by Pink Floyd.  The children who sang on this song sued for cash.

Old Man Down the Road by John Fogerty.  This one is strange as a record company sued Fogerty for sounded too much like his old band CCR and the song Run Through the Jungle.

Viva La Vida by Coldplay was sued by Joe Satriani for sounding like If I Could Fly.

Anybody Seen My Baby by The Rolling Stones could have been sued by kd Lang because it sounds like her song Constant Craving, but The Stones gave kd a write credit on the song.



 

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Eight at Eight for October 14, 2013: Songs with Musical Instruments in the Title

We seemed to be obsessed with song titles these days. This morning we played eight great songs with musical instruments in the title. 

Perfectly Good Guitar by John Hiatt

While My Guitar Gently Weeps by The Beatles

Band The Drum All Day by Todd Rundgren

Heavy Metal Drummer by Wilco

Baby Grand by Billy Joel and Ray Charles

Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds

Mandolin Rain by Bruce Hornsby

Bang a Gong (Get it On) by T. Rex


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Eight at Eight for October 11, 2013: Songs with Eye in the Title

On Fridays we ask listeners to help us pick songs.  Today we wanted songs with eye in the title.

In Your Eyes by Peter Gabriel

Behind Blue Eyes by The Who

Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison

Neon Eyes by Saints of Valory

Ebony Eyes by Bob Welch

Lyin' Eyes by The Eagles

Angel Eyes by Jeff Healey Band

Green Eyed Lady by Sugarloaf


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Eight at Eight for October 10, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

For a New Music Thursday, we played songs you heard FIRST on Triple M.

Wake Me Up by AVICII

Crash Into Me by Dave Matthews

The Walk by Mayer Hawthorne

Strong Enough by Sheryl Crow

Safe and Sound by Capital Cities

Name by Goo Goo Dolls

Lullaby by Shawn Mullins

I Shall Sing by Van Morrison - Gabby brought in this song.  It's featured on  a new remastered CD of Morrison's Moondance.  The song was recorded years ago by Morrison, but is just being released for the first time now.  Here's a live version of the song.


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Eight at Eight for October 9, 2013: Songs by Jons, Johns or Johnnys

October 9th is John Lennon's birthday so we featured songs by Jons, Johns or Johnnys.

#9 Dream by John Lennon

Gravity by John Mayer

Levon by Elton John

Young Folks by Peter Bjorn & John

D'yer Mak'er by Led Zeppelin (John Bonham and John Paul Jones)

Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash

Won't Get Fooled Again by The Who (John Entwistle)

Superman (It Ain't Easy) by Five for Fighting (John Ondrasik)

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Eight at Eight for October 8, 2013: Songs with Song in the Title

Today we played song songs.  In other words, songs with song in the title.

Love Song by The Cure

The Logical Song by Supertramp

Love Song by Sara Bareilles

Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin

Your Song by Elton John

Authority Song by John Mellencamp

Interstate Love Song by Stone Temple Pilots

Movin' Out  (Anthony's Song) by Billy Joel


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8 at 8 for Oct. 7: Artists known by just one name

We don't need no stinkin' last names around here!

Today's 8 at 8 featured songs performed by artists known by just one name. Sometimes it's just their first name, other times it's their last name. And sometime's it's just made up!!

1. Adele--Rolling in the Deep

2. Sting--Fortress Around Your Heart

3. Beck--Loser

4. Prince--Let's Go Crazy

5. Dido--Thank You

6. Moby--South Side

7. Jewel--Who Will Save Your Soul

8. Lorde--Royals
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Eight at Eight for October 4, 2013: Songs with Days of the Week in the Title

Today we played songs featuring a day of the week in the title including:

Sunday Bloody Sunday by U2

Monday Morning by Fleetwood Mac

Manic Monday by The Bangles

Tuesday Afternoon by Moody Blues

Wednesday by Tori Amos

Waiting for Wednesday by Lisa Loeb

Thursday by Jim Croce

Friday on My Mind by Easybeats

Friday I'm in Love by The Cure

Saturday in the Park by Chicago

Eight Days a Week by the Beatles (Okay, this one doesn't really work, but it's The Beatles!)


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People : Jim CroceLisa LoebTori Amos




 

Eight at Eight for October 3, 2013: Heard It Here First

Today we featured songs you heard first on Triple M.

The Way I Tend To Be by Frank Turner

Viva La Vida by Coldplay

Dog Days Are Over by Florence and the Machine

Bubbly by Colbie Caillat

We Are Young by FUN.

Crazy by Gnarls Barkley

Hey Soul Sister by Train

Supersoaker by Kings of Leon



 
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Eight at Eight for October 3, 2013: Heard It Here First

Today we featured songs you heard first on Triple M.

The Way I Tend To Be by Frank Turner

Viva La Vida by Coldplay

Dog Days Are Over by Florence and the Machine

Bubbly by Colbie Caillat

We Are Young by FUN.

Crazy by Gnarls Barkley

Hey Soul Sister by Train

Supersoaker by Kings of Leon



 
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8 at 8 for Oct. 2, 2013: Songs with states in the title

We took a crazy cattywampus road trip for today's 8 at 8, with songs with the names of states in the title.

1.  Going to California--Led Zeppelin

2. Private Idaho--B-52s

3. Mississippi Queen--Mountain

4. Dani, California--Red Hot Chili Peppers

5. New York, New York--Ryan Adams

6. Alabama Getaway--Grateful Dead

7 Texas Flood --Stevie Ray Vaughan

8. Ohio--Crosby Stills Nash and Young
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Eight at Eight for Oct. 1: clapping songs

If you're happy and you know it clap your hands!  For the rhythmically impaired, clapping songs can be scary things. Here are 8 we came up with:

1. John Mellencamp: Jack and Diane

2. Stealers Wheel: Stuck in the Middle with You

3. The Cars: My Best Friend's Girl

4. Badfinger:  No Matter What

5. Feist: 1,2,3,4

6. Prince: Little Red Corvette

7. T. Rex: Bang a Gong

8. Steve Miller Band: Fly Like an Eagle
 




 

Eight at Eight for Sept 30: 8 "& the" bands

Our 8 at 8 for today featured 8 great songs from bands with "& the" as part of their name.

Okay, it was really technically only 7. We fudged a little on #8.

1. Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band: Born to Run

2. Fitz & the Tantrums: Money Grabber

3. Sly & the Family Stone: Thank you fallettinme be mice elf again

4. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: Refugee

5. Bob Marley & the Wailers: Buffalo Soldier

6. Derek & The Dominos: Layla

7. Grace Potter & the Nocturnals: Paris (ooh la la)

8. Mumford & the Sons: I Will Wait
 




 

8 at 8 for Sept. 27: Black and/or White songs

Our eight at eight for today featured eight great songs that have black or white in the title.

1. Black Dog--Led Zeppelin

2. Paint It Black--Rolling Stones

3. Blue on Black--Kenny Wayne Shepherd

4. Black Magic Woman--Santana

5. White Room--Cream

6. Black Water--Doobie Bros.

7. Black Hole Sun--Pearl Jam

8. Whiter Shade of Pale
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Eight at Eight for September 26, 2013: Heard It Here First

Every Thursday we feature songs you heard first on Triple M.

Another is Waiting by Avett Brothers

Black Horse and the Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall

Put Your Records On by Corinee Bailey Ray

Shattered (Turn the Car Around) by O.A.R.

Babylon by David Gray

Radioactive by Imagine Dragons

Anna Sun by Walk the Moon

Mexican Vacation by Elton John


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Eight at Eight for September 25, 2013: Cover Songs

Today we're getting under the covers and featuring 8 great cover songs.

Crossroads performed by Cream.  The song was originally done by Robert Johnson in 1936.

Give a Little Bit performed by Goo Goo Dolls.  This song was originally done by Supertramp.

Madison Blues performed by George Thorogood.  This song was originally done by Elmore James.

Everlasting Love performed by U2.  The song was originally done by Robert Knight.

La Bamba performed by Los Lobos.  The song was originally done by Ritchie Valens.

I Shot the Sheriff by Eric Clapton.  The song was originally done Bob Marley.

Last Kiss by Pearl Jam.  The song was originally done by Wayne Cochran.

Hotel California by Gipsy Kings.  The song was originally done by The Eagles

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Eight at Eight for September 24, 2013: Songs That Command You To Do Something

Today we've got songs that tell you to do something!

Shut Your Eyes by Snow Patrol

Take the Money and Run by Steve Miller

Drive My Car by The Beatles

Roll Away Your Stone by Mumford and Sons

Kiss This Thing Goodbye by Del Amitri

Let My Love Open the Door by Pete Townshend

Take Me to the River by Talking Heads

Send Me on My Way by Rusted Root

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Eight at Eight for September 23, 2013: Sax Solos

Lisa Simpson is a great saxophone player, but she did not make this list.  This morning we featured 8 great songs with awesome saxophone work.

Tenth Avenue Freeze Out by Bruce Springsteen featuring Clarence Clemens, Michael Brecker and David Sandborn

Moondance by Van Morrison featuring Jack Schroer

Mercy, Mercy Me by Marvin Gaye featuring Wild Bill Moore

Waiting on a Friend by Rolling Stones featuring Sonny Rollins

Us and Them by Pink Floyd featuring Dick Parry

Young Americans by David Bowie featuring David Sandborn

Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty featuring Raphael Ravenscroft

If You Leave by OMD

 
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Eight at Eight for September 20, 2013: Who, What, Where, Why, When

Today we wanted songs with Who, What, Where, Why or When in the title.

Who Do You Love by Bo Diddley

What's The Frequency by R.E.M.

Where the Streets Have No Name by U2

When Doves Cry by Barenaked Ladies

Why by Annie Lennox

Who Are You by The Who

What I Like About You by The Romantics

(What's So Funny) 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding? by Elvis Costello

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Eight at Eight for September 19, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Every Thursday we play a new song to start each hour on Triple M.  So for our 8 at 8 we feature songs you heard first on Triple M.

Recovery by Frank Turner

Loser by Beck

Viva La Vida by Coldplay

Suddenly I See by KT Tunstall

I Got You by Jack Johnson

You Found Me by The Fray

Kinks Shirt by Matt Nathanson


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Eight at Eight for September 18, 2013: Joe or Joey in the Title or in the Band

Today we featured songs with a band member named Joe, that has the nameJoe in the title.

Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix

Joey by Concrete Blonde

Life's Been Good by Joe Walsh

Is She Really Going Out with Him by Joe Jackson

Blitzkrieg Bop by The Ramones

She Came in Through the Bathroom Window by Joe Cocker

Joe's Garage by Frank Zappa

Eat at Joe's by Harmonious Wail


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Eight at Eight for September 17, 2013: Titles Not in the Lyrics

Today we had songs which don't feature the title within the lyrics.

Badge by Cream

Jesus, Etc. by Wilco

Baba O' Riley by The Who

Life During Wartime by Talking Heads

Romeo's Tune by Steve Forbert

Love Song by The Cure

Rainy Day Woman #12 & 35

Pop Song '89 by R.E.M.


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Eight at Eight for September 16, 2013: Songs with Food in the Title

We're hungry!  Here are eight great songs with food in the title.

Ice Cream by Sarah McLachlan

Too Much BBQ by Big Twist and the Mellow Fellows

Brown Sugar by The Rolling Stones

Chocolate by Snow Patrol

Candy by Iggy Pop

Jambalya by Mam Digdown's Brass Band

Glass Onion by The Beatles

Cheeseburger in Paradise by Jimmy Buffet


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Eight at Eight for September 13, 2013: One Word Titles

Today we kept it short and sweet, when it came to song titles.

Duffy: Mercy

U2: One

Aretha Franklin: Think

Muse: Madness

Kings of Leon: Supersoaker

Bob Seger: Katmandu

John Butler Trio: Zebra

Led Zeppelin: Kashmir


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Eight at Eight for September 12, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Here are eight great songs you heard first on Triple M.

Avett Brothers: Another is Waiting

Fray: How to Save a Life

Sister Hazel: All for You

Mat Kearney: Nothing Left to Lose

Wallflowers: Reboot the Mission

Imagine Dragons: Radioactive

Gnarls Barkley: Crazy

Will Hoge: Never Give In


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Eight at Eight for September 11, 2013: Songs Used as T.V. Themes

Eight great songs used as themes for television shows: I'll Be There for You by The Rembrandts (Friends)

Paint It Black by The Rolling Stones (Tour of Duty)

Only Happen When It Rains by Garbage (Crossing Jordan)

Closer to Free by The BoDeans (Party of Five)

Stand by R.E.M. (Get a Life)

Baba O' Riley by The Who (CSI:NY)

 

Low Rider by War (George Lopez Show)

Lady Madonna by The Beatles (Grace Under Fire)



 

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Eight at Eight for September 10, 2013: Songs with Products in the Title

Talk about product placement!  Here are eight great songs with products in the title.

Paul Simon: Kodachrome

Mike Doughty: Busting Up a Starbucks

Commander Cody: Hot Rod Lincoln

Janis Joplin: Mercedes Benz

Prince: Little Red Corvette

Ed Sheeran: Lego House

Coldplay: Life in Technicolor

Dada: Dizz Knee Land


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Eight at Eight for September 9, 2013: Songs with Sayings as Titles

Today's Eight at Eight featured songs with sayings as titles:


Raconteurs: Steady as She Goes

Lou Reed: Walk on the Wild Side

4 Non Blondes: What's Up

Talking Heads: Once in a LIfetime

Eagles: Life in the Fast Lane

Traveling Wilburys: End of the Line

Capital Cities: Safe and Sound

Barenaked Ladies: It's All Been Done


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Eight at Eight for September 6, 2013: Songs with Animals in the Title

Once again Triple M listeners came up with great suggestions for the Eight at Eight.  Today we plaed songs with an animal in the title.

Black Dog: Led Zeppelin

Bears: Lyle Lovett

Lion Sleeps Tonight: The Tokens

Eye of the Tiger: Survivor

Crocodile Rock: Elton John

Black Horse and the Cherry Tree: KT Tunstall

Dixie Chicken: Little Feat

Rolling Stones: Wild Horses

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Eight at Eight for September 5, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

On every New Music Thursday, we play 8 great songs you heard first on Triple M.  Today we featured a new song from Eddie Murphy.  Yes, Eddie Murphy.  It's a Reggae tune with Snoop Lion and it's pretty good.

Saints of Valory : Neon Eyes

Death Cab for Cutie: You Are a Tourist

Robert Plant and Allison Kraus: Gone Gone Gone

Shawn Colvin: Sunny Came Home

John Mayer: No Such Thing

Lorde: Royals

Ray Lamontagne: Trouble

Eddie Murphy and Snoop Lion : Red Light



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Eight at Eight for September 4, 2013: Artists Who Have Changed Names

Jonathan is my real name and Kitty has changed her name slightly, she's really Kathleen.  However, these artists have really changed names.

Elton John (Reginald Kenneth Dwight) : Goodbye Yellowbrick Road

Bob Dylan (Robert Zimmerman) : Tangled Up In Blue

Adam Ant (Stewart Leslie Goddard) : Goody Two Shoes

David Bowie (Davy Jones) : Fame

Stevie Wonder (Stevland Hardaway Judkins) : Sir Duke

Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield): Got My Mojo Working

Elvis Costello (Declan Patrick MacManus): Allison

Billy Idol (William Michael Albert Broad) : Rebel Yell



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Eight at Eight for September 3, 2013: Songs for Back to School

It's time to head back to school for Madison kids and students at the University.  Here are eight great songs about school.

Ramones: Rock and Roll High School

Sam Cooke: Wonderful World

Steely Dan: My Old School

Police: Don't Stand So Close to Me

Paul Simon: Me and Julio Down by the School Yard

Rockpile: Teacher Teacher

Van Halen: Hot for Teacher

Crosy, Stills, Nash & Young: Teach Your Children


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Eight at Eight for August 30, 2013: Songs

Today we played all songs (almost all) with Stop or Go in the tite including:

Cars: Let's Go

Creedance Clearwater Revival: Who'll Stop the Rain

Wham: Wake Me Up Before You Go Go

Fleetwood Mac: Don't Stop

The Clash:  Should I Stay or Should I Go

Lucinda Williams: Can't Let Go

Led Zeppelin: Going to California

Go-Go's: Are Lips Are Sealed


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Eight at Eight for August 29, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Today we featured songs you heard first on Triple M.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd : Blue on Black

The Civil Wars: The One That Got Away

Amy Winehouse: You Know I'm No Good

Wallflowers: One Headlight

Adele: Right as Rain

Imagine Dragons: Radioactive

Foster the People: Pumped Up Kicks

Mike Doughty: 27 Jennifers


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Eight at Eight for August 28, 2013: Songs Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on

Today we're honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the anniversary of his historic speech.

Bob Marley: Get Up, Stand Up

Dave Matthews: Cry Freedom

U2: Pride (In the Name of Love)

James Taylor: Shed a Little Light

Richie Havens: Freedom (Live)

Youngbloods: Get Together

Temptations: Ball of Confusion

John Lennon: Imagine


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Eight at Eight for August 27, 2013: Acoustic Songs

Today we felt like unplugging for our 8 and 8.  We played 8 great acoustic songs.

Neil Young: Rockin' in the Free World

Train: Meet Virginia

Soundgarden: Black Hole Sun

Stevie Ray Vaughan: Pride and Joy

R.E.M. : Losing My Religion

John Mellencamp: Pink Houses

Nirvana: Come As You Are

Allman Brothers Band: Goin' Down the Road


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Eight at Eight for August 26, 2013: Songs with Bad Grammer in the Title

Today we made English teachers upset.  We featured songs with bad grammer in the title.

Rolling Stones: Ain't Too Proud to Beg

U2: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

Eric Clapton: Lay Down Sally

Cheap Trick: Ain't That  A Shame

Dinah Washington: Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby

James Brown: I Feel Good

Sonia Dada: You Don't Treat Me No Good

Bo Diddley: Who Do You Love


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Eight at Eight for August 23, 2013: Songs with a Color in the Title

Today we were looking for colorful songs and we received a lot of great suggestions.  Here's what we played:

Pearl Jam: "Yellow Ledbetter"

Rolling Stones: "Paint It Black"

Rolling Stones: "She's a Rainbow"

U2: "Red Hill Mining Town"

Peter Gabriel: "Red Rain"

New Order: "Blue Monday"

Kenny Wayne Shepherd: "Blue on Black"

Marques Bovre: "Green Green Home"


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Eight at Eight for August 22, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Every Thursday morning we feature songs you heard first on Triple M.

Brett Dennen: "Wild Child"

Train: "Drops of Jupiter"

Bruce Springsteen: "Girls in Their Summer Clothes"

Dave Matthews Band: "Why I Am"

Los Lonely Boys: "Heaven"

Jack Johnson: "I Got You"

Walk the Moon: "Anna Sun"

And a brand new song brought in by Triple M Music Director Gabby Parsons:

The Fratellis: "Seven Nights Seven Days"




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Eight at Eight for August 21, 2013: Songs that Mention Famous People

Today's 8 at 8 features songs where famous people are mentioned.

SImon and Garfunkel: "Mrs. Robinson" mentions Joe DiMaggio

Lyle Lovett: "If I Had a Boat" mentions Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Trigger

Barenaked Ladies: "One Week" mentions LeAnn Rimes, Harrison Ford and  Bert Kaempfert.  Who was Bert Kaempfert?  He was a German band leader who wrote the score for many songs including "Strangers in the Night".

New Radicals: "You Get What You Give" mentions a few famous people including Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson people including

Robbie Robertson: "Somewhere Down the Crazy River" mentions Little Willie John who was an R&B singer in the 1950's and died in prison.

Bruce Springsteen: "Thunder Road" mentions Roy Orbison

Reunion: "Life is a Rock" mentions too many people to list.

Kinks: "Celluloid Heroes" mentions many stars from the sliver screen including Mickey Rooney and Bette Davis


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Eight at Eight for August 20, 2013: Songs featuring special guests

Today we picked songs featuring special guests helping out on a particular song.

The Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" features Eric Clapton on guitar.

The Afro Celt Sound System's "When You're Falling" features Peter Gabriel

U2's "When Love Comes to Town" was recorded at Sun Studios in Memphis with the help of B.B. King.

Iggy Pop's "Candy" features Kate Pierson of the B52's.

Don Henley's "End of the Innocence" features Bruce Hornsby who actually wrote most of the song.

Bruce Springsteen's "Always a Friend" features Alejandro Escovedo

Queen's "Under Pressure" features David Bowie

Willie Nelson covers "Kansas City" with Susan Tedeschi

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Eight at Eight for August 19, 2013: Misheard Lyrics

This morning we featured misheard lyrics and there are plenty of 'em.  Thanks to everyone who gave us suggestions.  Here's what we played:

Bad Moon Rising by Creedance Clearwater Revival:  "There's a bathroom on the right."

Your Body is Wonderland by John Mayer: "Swimming in a deep sea of bacon."

Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix: "Excuse me while I kiss this guy."

I Wanna Be Sedated by The Ramones: "I wanna piece of date bread."

Sweet Dreams by The Eurythmics: "Sweet dreams are made of cheese.  Who am I to dis a brie?"

Tiny Dancer by Elton John: "Hold me closer Tony Danza" also "Counting headlice on the highway."

Beast of Burden by The Rolling Stones: "I'll never be your pizza burger."

Suicide Blonde by INXS: "Soup and salad bar."


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Eight at Eight for August 16, 2013: Songs Without the Letter 'E' in the Title

This morning we wanted to see if you could think of songs without the letter 'E' in the title.  You could.

The songs you suggested were:

My Sharona by The Knack
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen
Calagary by Bon Iver
Jumpin' Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones
Royals by Lorde
Slow Turning by John Hiatt
Plush by Stone Temple Pilots
Aint' Hurtin' Nobody by John Prine

That last song is one of Jonathan's all-time favorites.  Here's the video:


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Eight at Eight for August 15, 2013: Songs You Heard First on Triple M

Today we featured 8 songs you heard first on Triple M which included The Fray and "How to Save a Life."  Issac (the lead singer and keyboard player for the band) told us in a Studio M session that the band chose their name by asking friends to put suggestions into a fishbowl.   



Here are all the songs we played for the 8 and 8 today: Phoenix: "Trying to Be Cool" John Mayer: "Waiting on the World to Change" Ingrid Michaelson: "The Way I Am" Raconteurs: "Steady As She Goes" Shawn Mullins: "Lullaby" Capital Cities:"Safe and Sound" NONONO: "Pumpin Blood" Tomorrow we're featuring 8 songs with an "E" in the song title.
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