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Rubber Soul Tackles The Beatles From 1968 On The AIR

rs-1968The serialization of Rubber Soul’s “With A Little Help From Our Friends” marathon concert continues Monday at 3 PM on The AIR, which you can listen to at the website, or on this rather nifty little embedded radio machine…

In today’s installment, joining Rubber Soul (Mark Scarpelli, Greg Hunt, Garret Maner, Michele Toliver, Bryan Flowers and Brian Holstine) are an impressive assortment of guest perfomers, who are listed after the songs they tackled. This two-hour block of the marathon concert focuses on songs the Beatles recorded in 1968, including their self-titled “White Album.”  All guests are vocalists unless noted.

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“Across The Universe”  (Devin Elliott, Spencer Elliott-Guitar)
“Back In The USSR” (Kevin Mullins)
“Dear Prudence” Amanda Bridgette)
“Glass Onion” (Travis Stephens)
“Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” (Tayan and Zene Cooper)
“Wild Honey Pie”
“The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill”
“While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (Ryan Kennedy-Guitar)
“Happiness Is a Warm Gun” (Travis Stephens)
“Martha My Dear” (Mark Parsons-Justice)
“I’m So Tired” (Ted Rose)
“Blackbird” (Eli Chambers)
“Rocky Raccoon”
“Don’t Pass Me By” (Alasha Al Qudwah-Fiddle, Bill Robinson-Pedal Steel Guitar)
“Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?” (Eli Chambers)
“I Will” (Ryan Hardiman)
“Julia” (Travis Stephens)
“Yer Blues” (Amanda Bridgette)
“Mother Nature’s Son”
“Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey”
“Sexy Sadie” (Curtis Chittendon)
“Helter Skelter” (Kevin Mullins)
“Revolution 1” (Travis Stephens)
“Honey Pie”
“Savoy Truffle”
“Cry Baby Cry” (Mel Larch)
“Good Night”

Tuesday Radio Free Charleston will bring you the final two hours of this epic concert, and then on Wednesday we’ll run the entire show, starting at 11 AM (we moved it up an hour so that it’ll be done by Midnight. That’s our Valentine’s gift to you. We will also replay the entire marathon Saturday, starting at 7 AM, exclusively on The AIR.