Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
The Love Show
Began the show with a little Love Is a Many Splendored Thing, played by Liberace. Then the Leningrad Cowboys ask What is Love? Hello, I Love You is covered by The Cure, and Tom Jones does his classic I'll Never Fall In Love Again.
From Cruising with Ruben and the Jets, Love of My Life; from The Best Band You Never Heard of, Sunshine of Your Love, and Bamboozled by Love, all Frank Zappa aliases.
Two from David Johansen, I'm a Lover, and She Knew She Was Falling in Love, Eminem is Crazy In Love, and Jamie Cullum reminds you You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You. I Love You But I Don't Like You, so says Right Said Fred, and Mantovani wraps up the first set with Love is a Many Splendored Thing.
Marlene Dietrich is Falling In Love Again, and Neil Young reminds us that Only Love Can Break Your Heart. Nick Cave asks Do You Love Me? The Clovers do Love Potion Number Nine, The Mentors describe the Sandwitch of Love (in graphic detail...), and The Stones do Love in Vain. Departing from having love in the title, Patsy Cline is Crazy. Then, Willie Nelson does the same song live, and tells a bit about writing it, with mumbles by Johnny Cash.
Wendy Williams and the Plasmatics sing I Love Sex....Now, a short Whole Lotta Love medly, first by The James Taylor Quartet, and then a live set by The Black Crowes. The Dresden Dolls sing about a Coin Operated Boy, and then a set by The Cramps - Devil Behind That Bush, What's Inside a Girl, I Wanna Get In Your Pants, and Fever. Tom Jones comes back with Iggy Pop cover Lust For Life, and Vic Fontaine reminds us once again, You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You.