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The DeeperCuts ‘Virtual Residency’ for the month of November begins with the origins of my earliest experiences with popular music. This is the era where eclectic musical tastes were born, a swatch of songs from the ages of 0-19 years old. The playlist is arranged sonically, rather than chronologically. Hard to fit nineteen years into a one hour program, but y’all get the idea. More importantly, I sincerely hope you hear songs that resonate, and bring a smile. A heartfelt thank you goes out to Cass and Mike for giving me the opportunity to share my musical autobiography.
-John Jackson

*show #28

~ playlist

1- You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
The Beatles
Help!
1965

2- Day Dreaming
Aretha Franklin
30 greatest Hits (disc 2)
1972

3- We’ve Got A Groovy Thing Going
Simon & Garfunkel
Sounds Of Silence
1966

4- Over, Under, Sideways, Down
The Yardbirds
Roger The Engineer
1966

5- Fair Game
Crosby, Stills, & Nash
CSN
1977

6- Runaway
Bonnie Raitt
Sweet Forgiveness
1977

7- Blues On My Table
Jerry Riopelle
Saving Grace
1974

8- Am I Losin’
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Nuthin’ Fancy
1975

9- Still…You Turn Me On
Emerson, Lake, & Palmer
Brain Salad Surgery
1973

10- Oh Daddy
Fleetwood Mac
Rumours
1977

11- 100 I Dream
Cat Stevens
Foreigner
1973

12- Family Affair
Sly & The Family Stone
There’s A Riot Goin’ On
1971

13- You Can Lose It
Dave Mason
Split Coconut
1975

14- Is He Coming At All
Wendy Waldman
The Main Refrain
1976

15- Woodstock
Matthews Southern Comfort
Later That Same Year
1970

16- Heaven
Hoyt Axton
Country Anthem
1971

=thank you for listening=

About John:
I grew up in Tempe, Arizona, the youngest of seven kids in a racially blended Family. As far back as I can remember, there was a Beatles album spinning on the turntable, and Top 40 on the radio. Music has always calmed, and energized me at the same time. My music tastes can definitely be classified as phases as I’ve moved through life. Now in my mid ’60s, it has all added up into a profound appreciation of all musical forms, whether or not I regularly listen to any particular genre. After living in Anchorage, Alaska for a few years, a fresh new radio station happened on the Alaska Public Radio Network in the fall of 1997. By the following spring I was volunteering at 90.3 fm KNBA, answering phones, and whatever else I could do to help out. In January 2017, I was offered an Internship as a live DJ on the mid-day shift. From there, my idea of a one hour show called DeeperCuts was approved, debuting 6-9-2018 on KNBA. The show is multi-genre, featuring a band, artist, or topic, and you’ll hear a bunch of songs from different eras as well, all songs that never got much, if any airplay. DeeperCuts has grown since then, now being produced and recorded from my modest, often disheveled home studio. I currently provide DeeperCuts to five Alaska Public Radio Stations. Additionally, DeeperCuts has proudly been a part of the Rarity Rock Radio Family as of March 2021. Thank you all for being part of my Radio journey…Rock On!

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