Tough Tulip Audio Revival Playlist

Tough Tulip Audio Revival playlist for 2/28/11 2-4 p.m. and Friday 3/4/11 10-noon, PST

Songs in the Key of Monk Playlist – Songs from the 70s that influenced Monk Turner

This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the Both of Us — Sparks — Kimono My House (1974)

London Calling — The Clash — London Calling (1979)

Uncontrollable Urge — Devo — Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (1978)

Flakes — Frank Zappa — Sheik Yerbouti (1979)

Senior Services — Elvis Costello (1979)

Over the Hills and Far Away — Led Zeppelin (1973)

The Show Must Go On / In the Flesh — Pink Floyd — The Wall (1979)

Back in the Saddle Again — Aerosmith — Toys in the Attic (1979)

Tom Sawyer — Rush (live)

You’re My Best Friend — Queen

You Can Make It if You Try — Sly and the Family Stone (1968)

Peter Gunn theme — Blues Brothers — Original Soundtrack (1980)

Isn’t She Lovely — Stevie Wonder — Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

Just the Two of Us — Bill Withers/Grover Washington Jr. — Winelight (1980)

Skin Tight — Ohio Players — Skin Tight (1974)

Strawberry Letter 23 — Brothers Johnson — Right On Time (1977)

Fonky Party — Blowfly

Get on the Good Foot — James Brown (1972)

Prisoner — Monk Turner and Fascinoma — Emergency Songs (2011)

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About Monk Turner
"This prolific/eclectic artist/producer uses a spectrum of styles, generating entire concept albums. Turner is both daring and melodically gifted..." -Music Connection Magazine "You've got to love Monk Turner for creativity and witty lyrics. He combines various music genres and creates tracks suited for any type of music listener." -FrostClick Over the past decade, Monk Turner has produced more than 20 concept albums, using a freeform collective of musicians who share his passion for creating unique, genre-defying music. His songs have been featured in movies, television programs and advertisements, and his reach continues to widen. “Seeking” from the 2008 release, Love Story currently has had more than 500,000 plays on the online radio station, Pandora. Music from Emergency Songs was featured in an international video that was created in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake in Japan. But, his most ambitious project to date has been the production of his 2012 album, Kaleidoscope, where he collaborated with more than 40 national and international artists to create an album of music and poetry based on the concept of color. Turner offers free download capabilities via the unconventional distribution platform offered by Creative Commons licenses so that the public is able to enjoy and share his music.

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