The "In" Crowd playlist for 05/23/2019

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Art Ensemble Of ChicagoChi-Congo
CanTurtles Have Short Legs
The WeirdosTerrainWe Got The Neutron Bomb
Cyclops Helicopter
The WhoOvertureTommy
The United States Of AmericaThe American Way Of Love
Part I - Metaphor For An Older Man
Part II- California Goodtime Music
Part III - Love Is All
The Red CrayolaHurricane Fighter PlaneThe Parable Of Arable Land
The TurtlesCome Over
The RacontuersNow That You're Gone*
The Turtle SistersMiddle Of The Night
The MasqueradersI Ain't Gonna Stop
BeckSaw Lightening*
The TurtlesBuzzsaw
The WhoSparksTommy
The American Metaphysical CircusGospel Music For Abraham Ruddell Byrd IIIJoe Byrd And The Field Hippies
CanCascade Waltz
Jonathan SegelCrime Prevention Waltz
The Red CrayolaWar Sucks
SpoonHot Thoughts
FONTAINES D.C.Boys In The Better Land
Flo & EddieKeep It Warm
Art Ensemble Of ChicagoFunky AECO
Turtle Island String QuartetCrossroads
MorrisseyWedding Bell Blues
Trampled By TurtlesBaby's In Black
Me First And The Gimme GimmesStraight Up
Eagles Of Death MetalBlinded By The Light
Santana feat. BuikaLos Invisibles*
Flo & EddieThe Original Soundtrack From "Carlos And De Bull"
Trampled By TurtlesBloodshot Eyes
The TurtlesI Can't Stop
ClorLove + Pain
The TubesDon't Touch Me There
The MonksThat's My Girl
The TurtlesEarth Anthem
The WhoUndertureTommy

On tomorrow morning's edition of The In Crowd, we will be celebrating the 73rd birthday of percussionist extraordinaire Don Moye (Art Ensemble Of Chicago), the 50th anniversary of the release of the Who's Tommy and World Turtle Day (yes, I'll be playing The Turtles, Trampled By Turtles, and The Turtle Sisters). I'm also bringing a few records that I picked up at the record show this past weekend. Still working on how to weave all of this into a semi-coherent 3 hour show, so you'll just have to tune in and hear for yourself. 3 to 6AM on WUSB.FM , 90.1 FM or on your favorite radio app.

P.S. It's the 1 year anniversary of our world renowned "Tearing Off The Covers" segment. 5 covers at 5. Not to be missed.