12/30/2012 The Top Albums show

Due to a tech glitch the stream of the Peak was down, it did air over the air, but for those of my listeners who are out of the signal range they never heard the show, which featured Jack Antonoff from Fun. calling in and an interview with Lucero, who’s women and work is my top 2012 album.

Through the magic of technology, here’s the complete show for your listening pleasure:

peak 12-30 show

and here’s the playlist:

Anything, Anything Dramarama
Quincy discusses punk rock
You’re So Vain Odd Couple (RIP Jack Klugman)
The Sidestep Charles Durning (RIP Charles)
Rescue Me Fontella Bass (RIP Fontella)
Nothing Matters Peter Buck (#12 album)
Here Comes My Man The Gaslight Anthem (#11 album)
Phases Household (#10 album)
Headstrong Crazy Fools Alejandro Escovedo (#9 album)
coathangers Graham Parker and the Rumour (#8 album)
The Killing Type Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra (#7 album)
It’s A Dream The Wallflowers (#6 album)
Maxine Prima Donna (#5 album)
Jack Of All Trades Bruce Springsteen (#4 album)
One Foot Fun. (#3 album)
Jack Antonoff from Fun./Steel Train on the phone
I Feel Weird Steel Train
Jack Antonoff from Fun./Steel Train on the phone
Don’t Cry Baby Blue Low Cut Connie (#2 album)
Ben and Brian from Lucero Interview
Downtown (Intro)/On My Way Downtown Lucero (#1 album)
Like Lightning Lucero
Ben and Brian from Lucero Interview
Women & Work Lucero
It May Be Too Late Lucero
making love to bob dylan John Wesley Harding (#1 song)
Ride On Baby Twylight Zones (#1 cover song)

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