The Rolling Stone top 500 greatest songs of all time continues this week on The Early Years

Regular listeners to The Early Years know that I play the best variety of music from the 50s and 60s including music from before the rock era which is generally accepted as starting in 1955.
Before telling you what's up this week, I'd like to thank Bruce Toews for filling in last week when I was sick. His "musical alphabet" was brilliant. You'll hear four more excellent shows from Bruce for the next four weeks while I'm away. Next week, he'll be playing love songs in honour of Valentine's Day; so if you have a favourite love song from the 50s or 60s, let Bruce know via e-mail,, or on Twitter @funguybruce.
But before Bruce, I have one more show this week as I'm feeling much better than I did a week ago. I will remember the great South African jazz artist, Hugh Masekela, who passed away the week before last. Then I'll continue the countdown of the greatest songs of the 50s and 60s according to Rolling Stone Magazine. I'll start at #347 and continue to #297. Not every song was a hit and you'll hear a considerable number of album cuts that I hope you'll enjoy, or at least find interesting.
So join me, Steve Cutway, as I continue counting down the greatest songs of the 50s and 60s, as chosen by Rolling Stone Magazine, on The Early Years, tonight at 6 PM Eastern, before Come By The Hills with Sara Hillis. If you miss the show tonight, catch its replay Wednesday morning at 7 AM Eastern, after the Snowman Radio Broadcast and before Mushroom Munch, on Mushroom FM, the home of the fun guys, making four decades of musical mushroom memories. Long live Rock and Roll!