2-13-graphicsToday we wrap up our serialized presentation of Rubber Soul’s marathon Beatles concert, “With A Little Help From Our Friends,” on The AIR. At 10 AM and again at 10 PM you can tune in for two episodes of Radio Free Charleston that present the final two pieces of this epic musical undertaking. Tune in at The AIR website, or on this embedded radio player…

In the first hour we pick up where Monday’s installment left off, with the full, unedited performance of “Hey Jude” by Ted Rose and Michelle Toliver, with Rubber Soul. We had to fade out early on part seven of this serialization, but we didn’t want you to miss any of it.

We re-arranged the order of the concert a little but, but the final hour is pretty much intact as it was performed after 1 AM on February 3.

Below you’ll find the playlist for each show. Guest perfromers are listed after each song, and are vocalists unless otherwise noted. Wednesday at 11 AM (we moved it up an hour so that we can wrap it up by midnight) you can tune in for the whole concert. We’ll repeat it again Saturday starting at 7 AM. We will post a guide with the complete rundown Wednesday morning, so you can keep score at home.  Tuesday, you can catch both of these two hours at 10 AM and again at 10 PM:

RFCv4069       (10 AM and 10 PM)

Rubber Soul (with special guests)

“Hey Jude” (Ted Rose)
“Drive My Car” (Kevin Mullins)
“And I Love Her” (Ryan Kennedy-Solo Guitar)
“She’s A Woman” (Mark Davis)
“No Reply” (Terry Moles and The Outdoor Cats)
“I’m A Loser” (Terry Moles and The Outdoor Cats)
“I’ll Be Back” (Jonathan Tucker and Ryan Hardiman)
“Things We Said Today” (Ryan Hardiman and Jonathan Tucker)
“I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party” (Ryan Hardiman and Jonathan Tucker, Bill Robinson-Pedal Steel Guitar)
“She Said, She Said” (Michael Tomasky, Jeff Gianola, Ken Munday)
“I Want To Tell You” (Michael Tomasky, Jeff Gianola, Ken Munday)
“Eleanor Rigby”
“Got To Get You Into My Life” (Kevin Mullins, Michelle Toliver)

RFCv4070     (11 AM and 11 PM)

“Paperback Writer” (Ted Rose and Friends)
“Yesterday” (Ted Rose and The Kanawha Kordsmen)
“Lady Madonna”
“Revolution” (Kevin Mullins)
“You Like Me Too Much” (Rusty Marks)
“Don’t Let Me Down” (Kevin Mullins)
“The Ballad of John and Yoko” (Larry Groce, Bill Robinson-Pedal Steel Guitar)
“Dig A Pony” (Travis Stephens)
“Let It Be”  (Steve Melton)
“Hey Bulldog” (Kevin Mullins)
“For You Blue” (Bill Robinson-Pedal Steel Guitar)
“Revolution 1” (Travis Stephens)
“The Long And Winding Road” (Jonathan Tucker)

Starting Wednesday morning we’ll play the whole shebang. Come back and listen along with us.