4/13/2012 Crap From The Past

 

CFTP's Greatest Downers

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This week's show inspired by Sean Ross and his Ross On Radio column. For his columns of April 5 and April 11, 2012, he discusses the biggest downers in the history of radio. Brilliant.

POLVO EN EL VIENTO (Dust In The Wind in Spanish) - Kansas (1978)
LUKA (in Spanish) - Suzanne Vega (1987)
THE LAST GAME OF THE SEASON (BLIND MAN IN THE BLEACHERS) - David Geddes (1975)
MY WHOLE WORLD ENDED (THE MOMENT YOU LEFT ME) - David Ruffin (1969)
I'VE LOST EVERYTHING I'VE EVER LOVED - David Ruffin (1969)
ONCE YOU UNDERSTAND - Think (1972)
BRICK - Ben Folds Five (1998)
WHY NOT ME - Fred Knoblock (1980)
HONEY - Bobby Goldsboro (1968)
D.O.A. - Bloodrock (1971)
THE WRECK OF THE EDMUND FITZGERALD - Gordon Lightfoot (1976)
LOVE ME LOVE ME LOVE - Frank Mills (1972)
HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY - George Jones (1980)
LAST KISS - Wednesday (1974)
TEEN ANGEL - Wednesday (1974)
THE LAST SEVEN DAYS - Unit Gloria (1970)
AT SEVENTEEN - Janis Ian (1975)
USED TO BE - Charlene and Stevie Wonder (1982)
EAT FOR TWO - 10,000 Maniacs (1989)
ALONE AGAIN (NATURALLY) - Gilbert O'Sullivan (1972)


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April 13, 2012

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