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Rabbit Trails, Path 40 – Off The Beaten Path Vol. 1

We are off of the normal path here at the Rabbit Trails. David Scott digs up some forgotten 90’s gems.
This won’t be your normal radio broadcast from the 90’s. You’ll hear some riot girl bands, underground grunge, and some familiar names as you fall down this strange and off the beaten path.

Babes in Toyland – Hello
Catherine Wheel – Crank
Helium – Baby’s Goin Underground
The Amps – Moms Drunk
Remy Zero – Descent
Letters To Cleo – Rim Shak
Clarissa – Waterfield
Toadies – Away
The Murmurs – Squeezebox Days
Lifter – Monkey
12 Rounds – Somethings Burning
Campfire Girls – Buttercup
Drugstore – Superglider

Rabbit Trails, Path 39

David Scott will sure take your mind out for a walk on Path 39.
You’ll hear from Tim and his new job position at the Trendkill headquarters.. while causing minor issues in the studio.
So come hang out for an hour of pure Rock & Rhythm & Blues – Deep Cuts

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1. The Tiffany Shade – Would You Take My Mind Out For A Walk
2. Julian Casablancas – Run Run Run
3. Pretty – Mustache In Your Face
4. The Black Angels – Sunday Evening
5. The Turtles – Outside Chance
6. Mink Deville – She’s So Tough
7. Jimi Hendrix – Dolly Dragger
8. The High Numbers – I’m The Face
9. David Bowie – Rebel Rebel
10. Wreckless Eric – Whole Wide World
11. Kings of Leon – My Third House
12. The Black Keys – When The Lights Go Out
13. Deep Purple – No No No
14. Slow Season – King City
15. Nasty Bits – Rotten Apple

Rabbit Trails, Path 38

On Path 38 David Scott digs deep into a whole colorful sound of deep cuts. Here you will experience some gems from
The Standells, John Lee Hooker, J.C. Akins, Love, Foxygen and more!
So come hang out for an hour of pure Rock & Rhythm & Blues – Deep Cuts

1. AC/DC – There’s Gonna Be Some Rockin
2. The Easybeats – Do You Have A Soul
3. The Rolling Stones – Grown Up Wrong
4. The Standells – Have You Ever Spent The Night In Jail
5. Dave Clark Five – Don’t Let Me Down
6. John Lee Hooker – One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
7. J.C. Akins – I Love You
8. Ann Peebles – Run Run Run
9. J.J. Cale – I’m a Gypsy Man
10. Maxine Brown – You’ll Come Running
11. Love – Your Friend and Mine-Neil’s Song
12. The Byrds – Oh! Susannah
13. NRBQ – Wacky Tobacky
14. Emitt Rhodes – You Take The Dark Out of the Night
15. Dave Mason – Shouldn’t Have Took More Than You Gave
16. Foxygen – No Destruction
17. Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Rabbit Trails, Path 37

Here is a solid hour of hand picked deep cuts. David Scott has dug up some tracks that you have sure forgotten about.
Take a road trip or sit on the deck and get lost in some Rabbit Trails.

1. The Kinks – I’m Not Like Everybody Else
2. Bob Dylan – Outlaw Blues
3. The Troggs – The Kitty Cat Song
4. The Zombies – Sticks And Stones
5. Jeff Beck Group – Ice Cream Cakes
6. Iggy Pop – Dum Dum Boys
7. Paul Revere & The Raiders – Peace of Mind
8. Don Covay – Everything I Do Goin’ Be Funky
9. Charlie Wilson – Love, I Want You Back
10. Otis Redding – Mr. Pitiful
11. Al Green – I Want To Hold Your Hand
12. Larry Williams – Bad Boy
13. The Velvelettes – A Bird In The Hand (Is Worth Two in a Bush)
14. Fats Domino – Blueberry Hill
15. The Searchers – Sugar and Spice
16. The Beatles – Don’t Bother Me
17. The Ventures – Walk, Don’t Run
18. The Beach Boys – Do You Remember

Rabbit Trails, Path 36 – Souldies #03

On Path 36 David takes a ride down memory lane with some of the best forgotten Souldies.
Mix soul with oldies and you get the perfect recipe for cruising tunes.
Come hang out for an hour, while driving or sitting at home with a cigar and your favorite spirits on the rocks.
This is going to be groovy.

1. Patti Drew – Workin’ On A Groovy Thing
2. The Temprees -Love Can Be So Wonderful
3. The Winston’s – Color Me Father
4. The Chi-Lites – Have You Seen Her
5. The Webs – It’s So Hard To Break a Habit
6. Brenton Wood – Where Were You
7. The Escorts – Look Over Your Shoulder
8. Zodiak & The Killers – I Like To Be
9. Brenda & the Tabulations – The Touch Of You
10. Lee Fields & The Expressions – Do You Love Me, Like You Say You Do
11. Gene Chandler – Duke of Earl
12. Heartbeats – A Thousand Miles Away
13. Floaters – Float On
14. The Moments – Sexy Mamma

Rabbit Trails, Path 35

On Path 35 David Scott goes to the bowling alley to catch up with some old friends.
Who does he run into? Tune in to hear the story of the Dude and all the music that came from the situation.

1. Sons of the Pioneers – Tumbling Tumble Weeds
2. Bob Dylan – The Man in Me
3. Monks – I Hate You
4. Esquivel – Mucha Muchacha
5. Santana – Ohyay cume Ava
6. Gipsy Kings – Hotel California
7. Dean Martin – Standing On The Corner
8. Creedence Clearwater Revival – Run Through the Jungle
9. Kenny Rodgers and the First Edition – Just Dropped In (To See What Condition my Condition Was In)
10. Booker T and The MGs – Behave Yourself
11. The Beatles – I Am The Walrus
12. Elvis Costello – My Mood Swings
13. Captain Beefhart and His Magic Band – Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles
14. Creedence Clearwater Revival – Lookin Out My Back Door
15. Townes Van Zandt – Dead Flowers

Rabbit Trails, Path 34

Season 5 continues as David Scott digs deep into some lost gems from Love, Unicorn and new comer JD McPherson.

1. The Animals – Story of Bo Diddley
2. The Easybeats – Let Me Be
3. CCR – Get Down Woman
4. Chad & Jeremy – From A Window
5. Love – Singing Cowboy
6. Free – Going Down Slow
7. The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years From Home
8. JD McPherson – Lucky Penny
9. Unicorn – Disco Dancer
10. Bob Dylan – Lonesome Day Blues
11. The Spencer Davis Group – Don’t Want You No More
12. Jimmy Reed – Come Love
13. Paul Revere & The Raiders – Just Like Me
14. Bo Diddley – Story of Bo Diddley

Rabbit Trails, Path 33

Come hang out with David Scott on the season premiere! Brand new season, brand new forgotten deep cuts from the best Rock, Rhythm & Blues

1. Wynonie Harris
“Good Rockin Tonight”
2. Five Man Electrical Band
“We Play Rock n Roll”
3. Crabby Appleton
“Go Back”
4. The Easybeats
“Friday On My Mind”
5. The Troggs
“Give It To Me”
6. Santana
“Everything’s Coming Our Way”
7. Keith & Tex
“Stop That Train”
8. James Brown and the Dapps
“I Can’t Stand Myself (when you touch me)”
9. Deep Purple
10. The Beatles
“Happiness Is a Warm Gun”
11. The Searchers
“When You Walk in The Room”
12. Eric Burdon and the Animals
“San Fanciscan Nights”
13. Terry Reid
“Bang Bang”
14. Status Quo
“Sunny Cellophane Skies”
15. Bill Wilson
“Pay Day Give Away”
16. The Guess Who
“No Time”

Rabbit Trails, Path 32

On the last path of season 4 we take a look back at year 1971.
The count down is on. #100 down to #1, the backside of the hit.

Deep Cuts from the best Rock, Rhythm & Blues

1. The Doors – “The Changeling”
2. The Who – “Don’t Know Myself”
3. The Dramatics – “Thank You For Your Love”
4. The Fuzz – “Leave It All Behind”
5. Jackson 5 – “She’s Good”
6. Five Man Electrical Band – “Absolutely Right”
7. Lee Michaels – “Keep The Circle Turning”
8. The Rolling Stones – “Wild Horses”
9. Al Green – “Right Now, Right Now”
10. Janis Joplin – “Half Moon”
11. The Temptations – “You Make Your Own Heaven and Hell Right Here On Earth”
12. Paul Revere and The Raiders – “Just Remember You’re My Sunshine”
13. Carole King – “I Feel The Earth Move”
14. Rod Stewart – “Maggie May”
15. Three Dog Night – “I Can Hear You Calling”

Rabbit Trails, Path 31

Only 2 paths left in season 4!
Come hang out with David Scott and see what rare gems he has dug up for this week.
He also digs into the mail bag from listeners. See if your mail made the cut!

Deep Cuts from the best Rock, Rhythm & Blues

1. Count Five – “Psychotic Reaction”
2. Lee Michaels – “Hold On To Freedom”
3. Dave Edmunds – “Almost Saturday Night”
4. Pete Townshend – “Nowhere To Run”
5. Small Faces – “All or Nothing”
6. Eddie Hinton – “Love Attack”
7. Blitzed Trapper – “I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow”
8. David Crosby – “Cowboy Movie”
9. The Allman Brothers – “It’s Not My Cross To Bear”
10. Junction – “Sorcerer”
11. Larry Williams – “Hootchy Koo”
12. The Gants – “I Wonder”
13. Dion – “Little Diane”
14. Chuck Berry – “My Ding-A-Ling”