Friday, February 5, 2016

Stonehenge Setlist 2/6/16

Tonight we had the pleasure of playing Deep Purple's second studio album, The Book of Taliesyn! Check it out!

Setlist 2/6/16:

After Tea - Joint House Blues -- You've Got To Move Me
Vanilla Fudge - Near The Beginning -- Shotgun
Uriah Heep - Demons and Wizards -- Easy Livin'
Thin Lizzy - Fighting -- Spirit Slips Away
The Stooges - Fun House -- Down On The Street
Pink Floyd - More soundtrack -- Ibiza Bar
Jethro Tull - This Was -- My Sunday Feeling
David Bowie - Bowie At The Beeb -- Let Me Sleep Beside You
Nazareth - Hair Of The Dog -- Rose In The Heather/Beggar's Day
Humble Pie - Rock On -- Shine On
Pentagram (Macabre) - single -- Be Forewarned
Steppenwolf - The Second -- Faster Than The Speed Of Light
Rare Bird - Rare Bird -- Beautiful Scarlet
Spirit - Clear -- Dark Eyed Woman
Moby Grape - Moby Grape -- Someday
Josefus - Dead Man -- Crazy Man
Ten Years After - A Space In Time -- One Of These Days
Genesis - Nursery Cryme -- The Musical Box
Sunbirds - Sunbirds -- Spanish Sun
Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come -- Lake Isle Of Innersfree/Kingdom Come
Family - Anyway -- Normans/Lives and Ladies
Michael Quatro - In Collaboration With The Gods -- In Collaboration With The Gods Theme
Clear Light Symphony - Clear Light Symphony -- Extract From Part 1
Hatfield + The North - compilation sampler version -- Your Majesty is like a Cream Donut/Oh What a Lonely Lifetime
Amon Duul - Yeti -- She Came Through The Chimeny
The Youngbloods - S/T -- Statesboro Blues
New Riders Of The Purple Sage - S/T -- Dirty Business
The Grateful Dead - Working Man's Dead -- Easy Win
Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia - Hooteroll? -- Southside Strut
Kevin Ayers - whatevershebringswesing -- There Is Loving Among Us There Is Loving
The Wilde Flowers - single -- Impotence
Steel Mill - Green Eyed God -- Summer's Child

Stonehenge Setlist 1/29/16

Howdy Stonehengers! Tonight we say goodbye to yet another great musician, Paul Kantner, in bringing you his/Jefferson Starship 'Blows Against The Empire'. Here it is, enjoy!

Setlist 1/29/16:

Kahn – Space Shanty – Space Shanty
Iron Maiden – Maiden Voyage – Ritual
Buffalo – Volcanic Rock – Freedom
Black Sabbath – Live  -- Snow Blind
Scorpions – Lonesome Crow – In Search of the Peace of Mind
Dark – Dark Round the Edges – Zero Time
Budgie – Budgie – Homicidal Suicidal
Hard Stuff – Bullet Proof – Sinister Minister
Crabby Appleton – Rotten to the Core – Lucy
Animals – Animalism – All Night Long
Mike Bloomfield – Live at Bill Graham’s Fillmore West – It Takes Time
Ides of March – Vehicle – Symphony to Eleanor
Philamore Lincoln – The North Wind blew South – The North Wind blew South
Supertramp – Indelibly Stamped – Aries
Frank Zappa – Hot Rats – Willie the Pimp
Mott the Hoople – Live – Medley Jerkin Crocus / One of the Boys / Rock n Roll Queen / Whole lotta Shakin goin on / Violence
Graham Nash – Wild Tales – Wild Tales / Hey You / Prison Song
Neil Young – Time Fades Away – Last Dance
Jefferson Airplane – Surrealistic Pillow – Today
Jefferson Airplane – Long John Silver – Twilight Double Leader
Jefferson Airplane – Volunteers – Wooden Ships
Kantner Slick – Sunfighter – Diana / Sunfighter
Jefferson Airplane – Crown of Creation – The House at Pooneil Corners

Friday, January 29, 2016

Stonehenge 1/22/16 Christmas Debacle Part TWO!

Well damn. Tonight was a cold, cold icy night so we thought we would skip driving those roads to the station, and leave y'all with the recordings from the Christmas show that you never got to here! Sounds great in theory, except for the guys in the studio tried to load the pre-recorded show for us, and again, only the first hour played. It's Groundhog Day here in the studio! You'll never get to hear that live version of The Boss' Santa Claus is Coming to Town!! We're so sorry! 

So, to recap, all yall heard tonight was the CRA, again, Monkee's 'Pisces Aquarius Capricorn & Jones'. Good thing it's a cool psychedelic trip, fun to take twice! 

Stonehenge 1/15/16 BOWIE TRIBUTE

Ahh, Bowie.. What do we say here? The world was stunned and felt the loss when we found out about David's passing. To paraphrase myself, this, tonight's show, has been dedicated to an artist, a man, bigger than the words we can use to describe him. Bowie Forever.

Since tonight was nothing but David Bowie, or songs he was featured on/wrote, we will only write the album and song title (unless of course, the song is listed under a different artist)

Classic rock album tonight was David Bowie's Low (1977), never before played on Stonehenge, a masterpiece in itself. Enjoy.

Setlist 1/15/16:

Starting Point/Images -- Can't Help Thinking About Me/The Laughing Gnome
The Man Who Sold The World -- The Man Who Sold The World
Hunky Dory -- Life On Mars
The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars -- Five Years
Pin Ups -- Sorrow
The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars -- It Ain't Easy
Aladdin Sane -- Panic In Detroit
Pin Ups -- See Emily Play
Bowie At The Beeb -- Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
Arnold Corns - single -- Moonage Daydream
The Man Who Sold The World -- All The Madmen
Diamond Dogs -- Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (reprise)
Aladdin Sane -- Time
Labyrinth soundtrack -- Underground
Station To Station -- Station To Station
David Live -- Width Of A Circle
Mott The Hoople - All The Young Dudes -- Momma's Little Jewel/All The Young Dudes
Iggy Pop - Iggy And Ziggy -- Raw Power
Tin Machine -- Heaven's In Here
Lou Reed - Transformer -- Perfect Day
Hunky Dory -- Andy Warhol
Queen - Hot Space -- Under Pressure
The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars -- Ziggy Stardust/Suffragette City/Rock N Roll Suicide
Sound + Vision -- It's Hard To Be A Saint
Pin Ups -- I Can't Explain
Lodger -- Boys Keep Swinging
Diamond Dogs -- Rebel Rebel
Scary Monster -- Ashes To Ashes
Hunky Dory -- Oh You Pretty Things
Heroes -- Blackout
Blackstar -- Lazarus
Space Oddity -- Space Oddity

Stonehenge Setlist 1/8/16

Dr. Rock still at the helm, Jen's last day in Mexico -- bringing you another fine classic rock album -- Caravan's Waterloo Lily!

Setlist 1/8/16:

Blues Band -- Rich Man -- Rich Man
Climax Blues Band -- A lot of bottle -- Seventh son
Captain Beyond -- Captain Beyond -- I can feel nothing / As the moon speaks / Astral Lady / As the moon speaks (return) / I can't feel nothing
Wet Willie - 2 -- Shotgun Man
Dixie Dregs - Free fall -- Wages of Weirdness
West Bruce and Laing - Why Dontcha - Love is worth the blues
Mountain - Climbing - Silver Paper / To my friend
Jack Bruce - Songs for a Tailor -- Never Tell your Mother she's out of tune / Theme for an Imaginary Western
Ginger Baker - Stratavarious -- Something Nice
Iron Butterfly - Heavy -- Iron Butterfly Theme
Electric Prunes -- Underground -- I
West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band Vol III -- A Child's guide to good and evil -- Watch yourself
Jethro Tull - Benefit -- With you there to help me
Procol Harum - Home -- Whaling Stories
Cactus - Restrictions -- Guiltless Glider
Groundhogs -- Split -- Cherry Red
Golden Earring - Eight Miles High -- Landing
Fleetwood Mac - English Rose -- One Sunny Day
Frank Zappa - Roxy & Elsewhere -- Village of the Sun / Echidna Arf (of you)
Genesis - Trespass -- The Knife
ELP - ELP -- Knife's Edge
Stomu Yamashta - Go -- Solitude / Nature / Air Over / Crossing the line
Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets -- TT
Can - Out of Reach - November
David Bowie - Live -- 1984 / Rebel Rebel
Yes -- Yes -- Looking Around

Stonehenge Setlist 1/1/16

Tonight's show brings us into the new year, Dr. Rock flyin solo b/c Jen's in Mexico! Great, great, great CRA tonight -- UFO 'Flying', here's a cut and the set list!

Setlist 1/1/16:

Electric Prunes - I had to much to dream (last night) -- About a quarter to nine
Eric Burdon Animals - Winds of Change -- Winds of Change
Big Brother and the Holding Company - Be a brother -- Keep On
Jefferson Airplane - After Bathing at Baxters - Martha / Wild Tyme / The Last wall to the Castle / Rejoyce
James Gang - Thirds -- Midnight Man
Neil Young - Harvest -- Words
Pink Fairies - What a bunch of sweeties -- Walk, don't run
Grand Funk - Survival -- Gimmie Shelter
String Driven Thing - ST - Let me down
Barclay James Harvest - Everyone is Everybody Else- Child of the Universe
Man - Rhinos, Winos and Lunatics -- Intro / Kerosine
Gentle Giant - Three Friends -- Prologue
Curved Air - Second Album -- Young Mother
Van Der Graaf Generator - H to He Who am the Only One - Killer
Renaissance - Scheherazade & other stories -- Trip to the Fair
Hawkwind - Single -- Silver Machine
Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions of Emerald Beyond -- Eternity's breath I & II
Quiet Sun - Mainstream - Sol Caliente
Chris Squire - Fish out of Water -- Silently Falling
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - ST -- Black sheep of the Family
UFO - Phenomenon - Rock Bottom
Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer -- Betrayal / Grind

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Stonehenge 2015 Christmas Debacle!

Our dear beloved Listeners! It is an extremely rare occurrence that we here at Stonehenge fail to provide you with your classic rock dosage each Friday -- even if sports go late and we end up only playing 4 songs at 11:30pm (happened once!) or, if we have to pre record the show for Christmas, as we did this year. Unfortunately the automation system mysteriously didn't have our pre-recorded show set up to play..and at this point we were listening at home and realized it. Jen flew down the empty streets of downtown Atlanta over to the very empty student center at Tech, tracked down a campus police officer to let her in, and managed to get the files over to the automation. Hallelujah, it's a Christmas miracle! The CRA started to play, The Monkees album 'Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, and Jones Ltd', and all was thought to have been well. She then left the studio to go back home and enjoy the rest of her Christmas evening. After the first hour was done playing, turns out it went straight back to regular automation! Everyone was baffled by this, everything looked as it should have! So, we missed quite a few hours of Christmas songs this year, songs that Jen and Chris dug deep for this year, and had gone in earlier in the week to record for the listeners. We apologize for that, and hope you guys all had a few rock lps and beers of your own to keep the night going. Love, Chris and Jen