HFVS Transportation Episode with Guest DJ, Camille Harris. (Radio Show/Podcast)

Hilltown Family Variety Show

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HFVS Transportation Episode
with Guest DJ, Camille Harris.

Musician and comedian, Camille Harris, explores the word “transportation” and the various ways in which we move around the world each day. Songs and stories about cars, buses, trains, trolleys, planes, rockets, and subways are all featured in this fun educational episode.

Saturday from 9-10am & Sunday from 7-8am
September 21st & 22nd, 2019
WXOJ LP – 103.3 FM – Valley Free Radio
Northampton, MA

FEATURED VIDEO: “Baby on the Subway” by Camille Harris.


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PLAYLIST

  • Camille Harris – “Wheels on the Bus” [Baby on the Subway]
  • Camille Harris – “Baby on the Subway” [Baby on the Subway]
  • Judy Garland – “The Trolly Song” [Meet Me in St. Louis]
  • The Who – “Magic Bus” [Magic Bus: The Who on Tour]
  • Gladys Knight and the Pips – “Midnight Train to Georgia” [Imagination]
  • Ozzy Ozbourne – “Crazy Train” [Blizzard of Oz]
  • Camille Harris – “Get Up and Try Again” [Baby on the Subway]
  • Queen – “Bicycle Race” [Jazz]
  • Peter, Paul, and Mary – “Leaving on a Jet Plane” [Album 1700]
  • Julie London – “Fly Me to the Moon” [The End of the World]
  • Elton John – “Rocketman” [Honky Château]
  • Dick Van Dyke – “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” [Chitty Chitty Bang Bang]
  • The Beach Boys – “Little Deuce Coupe” [Little Deuce Coupe]
  • The Beatles – “Baby You Can Drive My Car” [Rubber Soul]
  • Camille Harris – “Jiggly Wiggly” [Baby on the Subway]

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