The tracklisting for the show can be found here.
Here is another download. It is a continuous mix of the songs we didn't have time to play. There is about 30 minutes of music total and Bob promises to write up a few notes about why he picked these songs as being highly influential to him.
Fiction Romance 4:34 Buzzcocks Operator's Manual
Not Superstitious 4:19 Leatherface Mush
I Just Want To Have Something To Do 2:42 Ramones Road To Ruin
Poison 2:56 Motörhead - Bomber
Psychedelic Warlords 4:54 Hawkwind Spirit of the Age - An Anthology 1976-1984
Perspective 3:29 Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2: Scratch (Remastered)
Tam Lin 7:12 Fairport Convention Liege And Lief
I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight 3:09 Richard+ Linda Thompson The Best Of Richard And Linda Thompson
And here is a note from Bob Schick himself about this last batch of songs.
Motorhead "Poison" is an early song with a ferocious vocal & a couple of interesting lyrics about drug damage & Lemmy's feeling for his father.
Hawkwind 'Psychedelic Warlords" My all time favorite badass band. More unhinged than Motorhead & it oozes menace.
Peter Gabriel "Perspective" This is a record I heard in the record store one morning in 1978 & was like nothing I'd heard before. I found it really intriguing(sp?) I took it home & listened to it over & over. At the time I was mostly listening to Rush, U.F.O., Aerosmith & some Beatles. It is a varied record & along with his third album always impresses me with its emotional depth. I love those two albums & am still moved by his empathy. I have respect for him both as a performer & for his record label Realworld.
Fairport Convention "Tam Lin" I love the way Richard Thompson's guitar uses dissonance in the midst of very pretty folk music & Sandy Denny's lilting voice. A great combination of elements that maybe shouldn't go together but create a cohesive & stunning whole.
Richard & Linda Thompson "I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight" Again Richard's guitar is fantastic, Linda's voice is so pure & the brass band helps create a perfect atmosphere. The lyrics are excellent as well. They paint such a vivid picture, you can almost see it. I've loved their music ever since I first heard it when Petey played it at Plan 9 nearly 30 years ago. How it fits in with my singing, I can't say for certain, but I know I've tried to create an atmosphere that can bring the songs to life.
In conclusion, I want to thank Tracy & Kenny for putting this show together. I've had a wonderful time. I am also aware that I would not have had a chance to be on the show if it wasn't for each of the members of all the bands I was lucky enough to be part of. Thanks guys. If you know me, I hope you think of me who doesn't like to talk about myself, in general I try to be modest. Listening to me or reading these notes, I would like you to know that I do not think of myself as being talented or special, I just do what I do. But Since Tracy asked me, I'm privilaged to talk about music that has moved me. My hope is that it might impress someone that may have heard a band that they wish to investigate further. Or even just bring back memories.