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  • November 28, 2009
    Buried Treasure Show #100

    Here's the song list for Buried Treasure show #100, Season 5 / Show 2, broadcast November 26-30, 2009

    The Beatles: Things We Said Today A Hard Day's Night
    Little Richard: Ready Teddy The Very Best of Little Richard
    Muddy Waters: (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man The Anthology 1947-1972
    Ray Charles: I Don't Need No Doctor Anthology
    Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: Georgia On My Mind Live From Madison Square Garden
    Lonnie Mack: Memphis Memphis Wham!
    The Jaynetts: Sally Go Round The Roses The Very Best of The Jaynetts
    The Zombies: Summertime The Singles A's & B's
    Mose Allison: Eyesight To The Blind Sings
    Champion Jack Dupree: Nasty Boogie Blues From The Gutter
    Booker T. & the MG's: Boot-Leg The Very Best of Booker T. & the MG's
    Aretha Franklin: Jumpin' Jack Flash Jewels in the Crown: All-Star Duets with The Queen
    The Rolling Stones: No Expectations Beggars Banquet
    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Born In Chicago An Anthology: The Elektra Years
    John Mayall: Little Girl Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton
    Love: Bummer In The Summer Forever Changes
    The Animals: See See Rider Retrospective
    Paul Revere & The Raiders: Steppin' Out Greatest Hits
    Bob Marley & The Wailer: Lively Up Yourself Natty Dread



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on Sat, 2009-11-28 16:00

Here's the song list for Buried Treasure show #100, Season 5 / Show 2, broadcast November 26-30, 2009

The Beatles: Things We Said Today A Hard Day's Night
Little Richard: Ready Teddy The Very Best of Little Richard
Muddy Waters: (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man The Anthology 1947-1972
Ray Charles: I Don't Need No Doctor Anthology
Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: Georgia On My Mind Live From Madison Square Garden
Lonnie Mack: Memphis Memphis Wham!
The Jaynetts: Sally Go Round The Roses The Very Best of The Jaynetts
The Zombies: Summertime The Singles A's & B's
Mose Allison: Eyesight To The Blind Sings
Champion Jack Dupree: Nasty Boogie Blues From The Gutter
Booker T. & the MG's: Boot-Leg The Very Best of Booker T. & the MG's
Aretha Franklin: Jumpin' Jack Flash Jewels in the Crown: All-Star Duets with The Queen
The Rolling Stones: No Expectations Beggars Banquet
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Born In Chicago An Anthology: The Elektra Years
John Mayall: Little Girl Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton
Love: Bummer In The Summer Forever Changes
The Animals: See See Rider Retrospective
Paul Revere & The Raiders: Steppin' Out Greatest Hits
Bob Marley & The Wailer: Lively Up Yourself Natty Dread



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braddahjohnny1's picture

Any chance of putting up the old set lists again from years 1-6 of Buried Treasure? I have a bunch of cassette tapes of the show yet to label. As far as missing shows because we all have to work: If you run your outputs from the computer to your home stereo inputs you can tape the shows and never miss a show again. Love the show Tom. I was thinking today that a Garland Jeffries song like Hail Hail Rock and Roll might sound nice on the show sometime. Johnny
braddahjohnny1's picture

Any chance of putting up the old set lists again from years 1-6 of Buried Treasure? I have a bunch of cassette tapes of the show yet to label. As far as missing shows because we all have to work: If you run your outputs from the computer to your home stereo inputs you can tape the shows and never miss a show again. Love the show Tom. I was thinking today that a Garland Jeffries song like Hail Hail Rock and Roll might sound nice on the show sometime. Johnny
braddahjohnny1's picture

Any chance of putting up the old set lists again from years 1-6 of Buried Treasure? I have a bunch of cassette tapes of the show yet to label. As far as missing shows because we all have to work: If you run your outputs from the computer to your home stereo inputs you can tape the shows and never miss a show again. Love the show Tom. I was thinking today that a Garland Jeffries song like Hail Hail Rock and Roll might sound nice on the show sometime. Johnny
vlynnr's picture

i was wondering what toms relationship is to the new sitcom on abc--all the shows are titled after toms songs. just curious.
complexkid1976's picture

I work every time this show comes on every single re-run too and I even tried to stay up untill 4an but couldn't and I'm 14!!!! dang child labor :) I work for my dad. But at least I get paid enough to buy the AMAZING Live Anthology Box Set!!!!!!!!!! Peace, love & happiness, Liberty
complexkid1976's picture

I work every time this show comes on every single re-run too and I even tried to stay up untill 4an but couldn't and I'm 14!!!! dang child labor :) I work for my dad. But at least I get paid enough to buy the AMAZING Live Anthology Box Set!!!!!!!!!! Peace, love & happiness, Liberty
jrbraun's picture

Hey Tom! I'm JR, I sent you a message on the 30th of november to your buried treasure website, You typically ask us listeners for an email regarding the show. My email i sent to you was very well thought out and passionate. I have still not received a reply. It would be nice to know that the guy you admire more than anything, is still kind and humble enough to return a simple, meaningful letter. Have a great day Tom, I know you'll do the right thing... Or atleast one of your associates checking your email will.