Episode 006: Generations with Megan and Rebekah; 9/11 Tribute, Politically Incorrect 40’s Songs, and Much More!

This week on Generations with Megan and Rebekah, we had music from the 1940’s up to today. It was a great mix of pop, country, rock, and even some slightly politically incorrect comic tunes from our grandparents’ generation.

In addition to great music, Bekah tells us about a book she’s reading for school about a family in the aftermath of 9/11, and Megan sings live for us.

Catch the ladies every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM East on XTFM!

Playlist

  1. Montgomery Gentry, Back When I Knew It All
  2. DC Talk, Let’s Roll (Unite Remix)
  3. Chris Cornell, Ground Zero
  4. Alan Jackson, Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)
  5. Thomas Rhett, Marry Me
  6. Brett Young, Like I Loved You
  7. Taylor Swift, Stay Stay Stay
  8. Dan + Shay, From the Ground Up
  9. Twenty One Pilots, Heathens
  10. twenty one pilots, We Don’t Believe What’s on TV
  11. Queens of the Stone Age, No One Knows (Live) [Request]
  12. Avenged Sevenfold, Afterlife [Request]
  13. Reel Big Fish, She Has A Girlfriend Now [Request]
  14. Arthur Godfrey, Too Fat Polka
  15. Hoagy Carmichael, Huggin’ And Chalkin’
  16. Sir Mix a Lot, Baby Got Back [Used as a Talk Bed]
  17. Laura Branigan, Self Control
  18. The Cure, Close To Me [Request]
  19. Sir Mix-A-Lot, Buttermilk Biscuits (Keep On Square Dancin’)
  20. Phil Harris, The Thing [Request]
  21. Blake Shelton, I’ll Name the Dogs
  22. Thomas Rhett, Unforgettable
  23. Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth, See You Again (from ‘Furious 7’)
  24. Katy Perry, Firework
  25. Julia Brennan, Inner Demons
  26. A Great Big World, Say Something
  27. R. City, Locked Away
  28. Celtic Thunder, Seven Drunken Nights (Bonus Track)
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 9/11/15: Show Recap, Playlist, and Download

As I was ill on September 8, my normal Tuesday night for doing the shows, I rescheduled for Friday, September 11. In addition to the normal show, we had an extended musical tribute to the events and aftermath of September 11, 2001, a day NO American should ever forget. I’d like to thank all of those who suggested tracks beyond the normal two or three that are always played in memory of the day. Thanks to Shannon, Julie, Maggie, and others. Thanks to all who interacted in the chat room. Thanks, also, to Megan Mason for her co-hosting talents.

This week, our cover comparison comes from Stevie Wonder and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Listen to find out who won. Also, listen to hear my picks for week one of the NFL regular season. Let’s see if I do better than I did last year.

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And now, the playlist!

  1. Pop Evil, Footsteps
  2. Pop Evil, If Only for Now
  3. Sixx:A.M., Stars
  4. Thundermother, Alright Alright
  5. Bring Me the Horizon, What You Need
  6. Incubus, Drive (Request for Mai Laing
  7. The Moody Blues, Nights In White Satin
  8. Deftones, 976 – Evil (Request for Bob)
  9. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Lucky Man
  10. Jackson 5, ABC
  11. Head East, Never Been Any Reason
  12. Stevie Wonder, Higher Ground
  13. The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Higher Ground
  14. Train, Cab (Request for Silvia)
  15. Nickelback, Never Gonna Be Alone (Request for Silvia)
  16. Daughtry, Feels Like Tonight (Request for Silvia)
  17. Hoobastank, The Reason
  18. Hoobastank, Crawling In The Dark
  19. Inkubus Sukkubus, Aradia (Request for Jenni)
  20. John Fogerty, Centerfield (Request for David)
  21. Alan Jackson, Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) (live, CMA Awards)
  22. Darryl Worley, Have You Forgotten
  23. Toby Keith, Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)
  24. Neil Young, Let’s Roll
  25. Paul McCartney, Freedom
  26. David Foster And Peter Cetera, Voices That Care
  27. My Chemical Romance, Skylines And Turnstiles
  28. Beastie Boys, An open letter to nyc
  29. The Cranberries, New New York
  30. Disturbed, Prayer (live @ DeepRockDrive.com)
  31. Everclear, The New York Times
  32. Good Charlotte,Mest,Goldfinger, Goldfinger/Good Charlotte/Mest – The Innocent
  33. Imagine Dragons, America
  34. Yellowcard, Believe
  35. Killswitch Engage, Life to Lifeless
  36. Slayer, Jihad
  37. Testament, The Evil Has Landed
  38. Default, Wasting My Time
  39. Tonic, Open Up Your Eyes
  40. Emerson Hart, If You’re Gonna Leave
  41. Athenaeum, What I Didn’t Know
  42. Third Day, Soul On Fire (feat. All Sons & Daughters)
  43. Kutless, What Faith Can Do
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