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'Revival' Episode 4

Revival with Michael Atchison, your weekly alternative history of music, airs Sundays from 10 a.m. to noon. This week’s show features a rare track from Bruce Springsteen, one of Joni Mitchell’s biggest hits (and another song that mentions that one by name), and early efforts by two of the most influential bands of the past 25 years. Also, tune in to hear the original versions of “Tainted Love” and “Where Did Our Love Go?,” plus much more, including classic tracks by Stevie Wonder and David Bowie.

Hour 1

Iggy Pop, “Lust for Life”

The Who, “The Kids Are Alright”

Urge Overkill, “The Kids Are Insane”

Beatles, “Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey”

Fleetwood Mac, “Bare Trees”

The Pretenders, “Mystery Achievement”

Prince, “The Ballad of Dorothy Parker”

Joni Mitchell, “Help Me”

Gloria Jones, “Tainted Love”

The Supremes, “Where Did Our Love Go”

The Smiths, “Sheila Take a Bow”

The Housemartins, “Happy Hour”

Count Five, “Psychotic Reaction”

Squeeze, “In Quintessence”

Erin McKeown, “Blackbirds”

Jimmy Ruffin, “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted”

Hour 2

Graham Parker & The Rumour, “Discovering Japan”

Bruce Springsteen, “Be True”

Lucinda Williams, “Drunken Angel”

Stevie Wonder, “You Haven’t Done Nothin’”

David Bowie, “Life on Mars?”

Wilco, “I Must Be High”

Radiohead, “My Iron Lung”

Finley Quaye, “Sunday Shining”

The Members, “Working Girl”

Solomon Burke, “Got To Get You Off My Mind”

The Marvelettes, “The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game”

The Ramones, “Questioningly”

Veronica, “Why Don’t They Let Us Fall In Love”

Belle & Sebastian, “I’m A Cuckoo”

Warren Zevon, “Desperados Under the Eaves”

Follow Michael Atchison on Twitter at @MichaelAtchison.

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