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Friday, July 31

Overnight

12 a.m.

"La Grange," ZZ Top

"Hold On I'm Coming - Soul Man (Live)," Springsteen, Bruce and Sam Moore

"Roll It Over," Derek & The Dominos

"(I Know) I'm Losing You live at the BBC 71," Faces

"Into The Great Wide Open," Petty, Tom & The Heartbreakers

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps LIVE," Harrison George

"Fly Away," Kravitz, Lenny

"Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright)," Stewart, Rod

"Workin For A Livin," Lewis, Huey

"Spoonful," Cream

"Fee," Phish

"Surrender," Cheap Trick

1 a.m.

"It's The End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)," REM

"Live With Me," Rolling Stones

"Uncle Salty," Aerosmith

"Smoke Smoke smoke," Williams, Tex

"Mystic Eyes," Them

"Now A Days Clancy Can't Even Sing," Buffalo Springfield

"More Then A Feeling," Boston

"Dear Prudence," Sioxsie and the Banshees

"Ride Captain Ride," Blues Image

"Franklin's Tower," Grateful Dead

"Dazed And Confused," Led Zeppelin

"Wild Wild Life," Talking Heads

"Fingertips," Wonder, Stevie

"Don't Bring Me Down," Bowie, David

"Are You Ready for The Country," Young, Neil

2 a.m.

"Waiting For The Sun," Doors

"Revolution," Beatles

"Green Eyed Lady," Sugarloaf

"The Lee Shore," Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

"Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)," Eurythmics

"Little Girl," Miller, Steve

"Baby Driver," Simon & Garfunkel

"In My Time of Dying," Mellencamp, John

"Aja," Steely Dan

"No Time," Guess Who

"Where Is My Mind?," Pixies

"Mysterious Ways," U2

"It's Still Rock & Roll To Me," Joel, Billy

3 a.m.

"Don't Get Me Wrong," Pretenders

"Baby I Love You," Franklin, Aretha

"Zombie Zoo," Petty, Tom

"Stop Your Sobbing (Original)," Kinks

"Rock And Roll (Live Rock & Roll Animal)," Reed, Lou

"Rock and Roll live," Phish

"Tuttie Frutti (Live at Wembly)," Queen

"Turn Turn Turn," Byrds

"Love For Sale," Bon Jovi

"Hey Tonight," Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Touch Of Grey," Grateful Dead

"Crazy Love," Morrison, Van

"Going To California," Led Zeppelin

"Band On the Run," McCartney, Paul & Wings

4 a.m.

"Rockin Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu," Rivers, Johnny

"Pink Cadillac," Spingsteen, Bruce

"Everybody Hurts," REM

"Take Me Home," Collins, Phil

"Southside Shuffle," J Geils Band

"Another Brick In The Wall Part 2," Pink Floyd

"If You Want To Sing Out Sing Out," Stevens, Cat

"Country Comfort," John, Elton

"Boulevard," Browne, Jackson

"Take the Long Way Home," Supertramp

"What's Your Name," Lynyrd Skynyrd

"For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)," AC DC

"Good Time Women," Rolling Stones

"Someday Baby," Dylan, Bob

5 a.m.

"Roll Over Beethoven," Electric Light Orchestra

"I Wanna Be Sedated," RAMONES

"I Got Love If You Want It," Miller, Steve

"Gentle On My Mind," Nimoy, Leonard

"Wrong Em Boyo," Clash

"One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer," Thorogood, George

"Rip It Up," Little Richard

"Slippery People," Talking Heads

"All Night Long," Walsh, Joe

"I'm Free," Who

"Happiness Is A Warm Gun," Beatles

"Spanish Caravan," Doors

"Tonight's The Night," Neil Young

"Hotel California," Gipsy Kings

The Morning Show

6 a.m.

"Heavy Music Part 1," Seger, Bob

"Rusty Cage," Cash, Johnny

"The Obvious Child," Simon, Paul

"Miserlou," Dale, Dick

"World Turning (Live)," Fleetwood Mac

"Rebel Never Gets Old," BOWIE, DAVID

"Communication Breakdown," Led Zeppelin

"Lips Like Sugar," Echo & The Bunnymen

"Up to Me," Jethro Tull

"Ain't That Peculiar Live," Gaye, Marvin

"Sultans of Swing," Dire Straits

"Kissing My Love," Withers, Bill

"Gimme Some Lovin," Spencer Davis Group

7 a.m.

"I'm Not Yer Steppin Stone," Monkees

"Mr. Brown," Marley, BOb

"Rude Mood," Vaughan, Stevie Ray

"Shout Parts 1 and 2," Isley Brothers

"I'm Alive," Tommy James and the Shondells

"Been Caught Stealing," Jane's Addiction

"Dancing In The Street," Martha Reeves and the Vandells

"You've Got A friend," Taylor, James

"Saturday In The Park," Chicago

"Higher Ground," Wonder, Stevie

"Shotgun," Jr Walker and the All Stars

"The Contenders," Kinks

"Drift Away," Turner, Ike and tina

8 a.m.

"Honky Cat," John, Elton

"Rock n Roll Madonna," John, Elton

"All the Girls Love Alice," John, Elton

"Susie (Dramas)," John, Elton

"She Sells Sanctuary," The Cult

"Shakedown Street," Grateful Dead

"I'm The Greatest," Starr, Ringo

"Lust For Life," Pop, Iggy

"Soothe Me," Cooke, Sam

"One World (Not Three)," Police

"Concrete Jungle," Marley, Bob

"Redemption Song," Playing For Change

9 a.m.

"Pride In the Name of Love," Soweto Gospel Choir

"Somewhere They Can't Find Me," Simon & Garfunkel

"Let's Live For Today Germany," The 5 Tops

"Orange Crush," REM

"Playing Dumb," Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

"Andy Warhol Live," Bowie, David

"Rip This Joint (Edited)," Rolling Stones

"Moonlight Drive," Doors

"Kashmir," Led Zeppelin

"It Ain't What You Do, It's How You Do It," Little Richard

"Bernadette," Four Tops

"Trampled Under Foot," Led Zeppelin

"Devil With The Blue Dress On," Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels

10 a.m.

"I Want You," The Hollies

"Old Brown Shoe," Beatles

"Waiting For the Man," Bowie, David

"Shape I'm In," Band

"I'm A Lover Not A Fighter," Kinks

"Sweet Caroline," Diamond, Neil

"I Won't Back Down," Petty, Tom

"Crippled Inside," Lennon, John

"Radio Ga Ga," Queen

"Black Water," Doobie Brothers

"Mean Woman Blues," PRESLEY, ELVIS

"Here Comes The Sun LIVE," Harrison George

"Freedom (Live)," Havens, Richie

"Something's Coming On (Live at Woodstock 1969)," Cocker, Joe

11 a.m.

"Don't Do It live Woodstock," The Band

"WALKIN DOWN THE LINE (LIVE WOODSTOCK)," GUTHRIE, ARLO

"Green River LIVE @ Woodstock," Creedence Clearwater Revival

"RED HOUSE LIVE AT WOODSTOCK," HENDRIX, JIMI

"As Good As You've Been to This World," Joplin, Janis

"For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)," AC DC

"Waiting," Santana

"Rock Steady," Franklin, Aretha

"Let It Be," Withers, Bill

"Born To Be Wild," Steve n Seagulls

"Boogie with Stu," Led Zeppelin

The Afternoon Show

12 p.m.

"Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters," John, Elton

"Soul Sacrafice," Santana

"Come Together," Beatles

"Soul Singing," Black Crowes

"Respect Yourself," Staple Singers

"Hook," Blues Traveler

"Red House," Hendrix, Jimi

"Keeping Me Alive," Petty, Tom & The Heartbreakers

"Straight On," Heart

"On The Turning Away," Pink Floyd

"Love Reign Over Me," Who

1 p.m.

"Without You," Doobie Brothers

"Jack-A-Roe (3-25-90) Dozin' at the Knick," Grateful Dead

"(I Know) I'm Losing You live at the BBC 71," Faces

"She's The One," Springsteen, Bruce

"Use Me," Withers, Bill

"It Don't Come Easy," Ringo Starr

"Midnight Rider," Cocker, Joe

"Natural Woman," Franklin, Aretha

"Tusk (Live from The Dance)," Fleetwood Mac

"Can't You Hear Me Knockin," Rolling Stones

"I Wanna Take You Higher," Turner, Ike and Tina

2 p.m.

"Bring It On Home," Led Zeppelin

"Scuttle Buttin'," Vaughan, Stevie Ray And Double Trouble

"Crossfire," Vaughn, Stevie Ray

"Fortunate Son," Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Hear Me Calling," Ten Years After

"Time Has Come Today," Chamber Brothers

"Slippery People (Stop making sense)," Talking Heads

"Peace Frog," Doors

"Half A World Away," REM

"Day Tripper," Beatles

"Sound and Vision," Bowie, David

"The Weight (feat Robbie robertson and Ringo Starr)," Playing For Change

"Soul Man," Blues Brothers

"Serenade," Miller, Steve

3 p.m.

"Somebody To Love," Queen

"Fire On High," Electric Light Orchestra

"Summer '68," Pink Floyd

"Fishin Blues (Live)," Taj Mahal

"Like A Rolling Stone," Rolling Stones

"Got My Mojo Workin," Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs

"Layla (unplugged)," Clapton, Eric

"You Can Call Me Al," Simon, Paul

"Mary Had A Little Lamb," Vaughan, Stevie Ray

"One Headlight," Wallflowers

"Take Me To The River," Talking Heads

4 p.m.

"Cheeseburger In Paradise," Buffett, Jimmy

"Green Onions," Booker T and the MGs

"Custard Pie," Led Zeppelin

"Strawberry Fields," Beatles

"Coconut," Nilsson, Harry

"Twenty-Five Miles," Starr, Edwin

"Jambalaya On the Bayou," Fats Domino

"Turn Back The Pages," Stills, Stephen

"Call Me The Breeze," Lynyrd Skynyrd

"End of the Line," Traveling Wilburys

"Draggin the Line," Tommy James and the Shondells

"Do You Feel Like We Do," Frampton, Peter

5 p.m.

"Help," Beatles

"No One To Depend On," Santana

"Remedy," Black Crowes

"Somewhere Trouble Don't Go (Live in Nashville)," Band of Joy

"I'll Take You There," Staple Singers

"Statesboro Blues," Taj Mahal

"Bertha," Grateful Dead

"Ripple," Playing For Change

"Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf)," Knight, Gladys and the Pips

"Superman," Kinks

The Night Show

6 p.m.

"Rockin Me," Miller, Steve

"As Good As You've Been to This World," Joplin, Janis

"The Last DJ," Petty, Tom & The Heartbreakers

"Hots On For Nowhere," Led Zeppelin

"Little Bit O Soul," Franklin, Aretha

"Dark Horse," Harrison, George

"Boogie on Regge Woman," Wonder, Stevie

"Friend Of The Devil," Grateful Dead

"Polly," Nirvana

"Ohio," Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

"Overkill," Men At Work

"Talking In Your Sleep," Romantics

"Watch Your Step," Spencer Davis Group

"You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go," Dylan, Bob

"Keep Yourself Alive," Queen

7 p.m.

"Highway Tune," Greta Van Fleet

"And She Was," Talking Heads

"Loves Me Like A Rock," Simon, Paul

"Run Like Hell," Pink Floyd

"Honky Tonk Women," Rolling Stones

"Freedom Blues," Little Richard

"Rhiannon (Will Never Win)," Fleetwood Mac

"Brown Eyed Girl," Morrison, Van

"Lifes Been Good," Walsh, Joe

"Takin Care Of Business," Bachman, Turner-Overdrive

"Shout," Tears For Fears

"Who Are You," Who

"Bennie & the Jets," John, Elton

8 p.m.

"Poor House," Traveling Wilburys

"Life On Mars (Live VH1 Storytellers)," Bowie, David

"I'll Be Glad," Bishop, Elvin

"Celluloid Heroes," Kinks

"I Looked At You," Doors

"Breakfast In America," Supertramp

"Sex Machine," Brown, James

"Take It Easy (Live)," The Eagles

"Purple Haze," The Cure

"Candy," Pop, Iggy & Kate Pierson

"Most Likely You'll Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine," Dylan, Bob

"I Want To Hold Your Hand," Green, Al

"Rock Me Baby," Winter, Johnny

9 p.m.

"Shock The Monkey," Gabriel, Peter

"Deja Vu," Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

"I've Just Seen A Face Unplugged," McCartney, Paul

"The Last Time," Joplin, Janis

"Swingin'," Petty, Tom & The Heartbreakers

"Whole Lotta Love," Led Zeppelin

"Two Of Us," Beatles

"I Can See For Miles," Who

"War-No More Trouble (WITH BONO)," Playing For Change

"I Stay Away," Alice In Chains

"That's Alright Mama," Presley, Elvis

"We're An American Band," Grand Funk Railroad

"Time Of The Season," Zombies

"Turn On Your Lovelight," Them

"Jack & Diane," Mellencamp, John

Overnight

10 p.m.

"Scarlet Begonias," Grateful Dead

"I Dig Love," Harrison, George

"Creatures of Love," Talking Heads

"We Will Rock You We Are The Champions," Queen

"So Beautiful or So What LIVE in NYC," Simon, Paul

"If You Can't Rock Me," Rolling Stones

"Come Together," Aerosmith

"Little Bit O' Soul," RAMONES

"Before You Accuse Me," Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Dixie Lullaby - Mad Dogs and Englishmen," Leon Russell

"Closer To The Heart," Rush

"Invisible Sun," Police

"Chug a Lug Chug A Lug," Miller, Roger

"Coming In From The Cold," Marley, Bob

"Cry Cry Cry," Cash, Johnny

"Mad World," Tears For Fears

11 p.m.

"I'm a Man," Yardbirds

"Simple Twist Of Fate," Dylan, Bob

"Only a Lad," Oingo Boingo

"Seven Bridges Road (Live)," Eagles

"Badge," Cream

"Come Together," Beatles

"What I Got," Sublime

"Morning Song," Black Crowes

"Sittin on The Dock Of The Bay," Redding, Otis

"TVC 15 (Live SNL 1979)," Bowie, David

"Runnin' Down A Dream," Petty, Tom

"Daniel," John, Elton

"Asylum," Supertramp

"Rebel Yell (Live Acoustic Edit)," Billy Idol