Friday, February 02, 2007

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 01/29/07

DOUBLE UPDATE! 01/15 show also added below!to all bananaheads, everywhere
but I want to let it out

The Name of the Game

Ok, pal - just keep looking at that menu and don't say a word. I've asked you here because I'm told you're the kind of guy that likes to "find" things ... well, it just so happens I know a few things that were "lost" and need finding, heh ... hey - just keep looking down, like we're not even talking ... now, you seem to know your way around locks and I've been told you can crack a chest of goodies with the only sound being a tiny click. If that's so, why don't you show me, by clicking on those 2 heavy Soul LP's down below ... it should lead you to just the "lost" items you were looking for - and I've even supplied the blueprint, only a little further down, to help you get around. We'll meet again in two weeks, to lay the goods on the fence - and then we're home free. Now, get clicking.

keep it on the down-low

Click on Image Above to Listen to the Show!

Playlist for Lost & Found, 01/29/07


Set One: the best laid plans

Intro: The Trip/Eugene Blacknell & New Breed/CD/Boola Boola/196?
1. You Move Me/Roy Roberts Experience/45/House of the Fox/1970?
2. Time/Edwin Starr/LP/Gordy/1970
3. Got a Gig On My Back/Kelly & the Soul Explosion/CD/Dynamite/196?
4. I Keep It Hid/Alice Clark/45/Mainsteam/1972
5. Who You Really Are/Fred Hughes/LP/Brunswick/1970
6. The World Turns All Around Her/Byrds/LP/Columbia/1966
7. Where Has My Summer Gone/Heard/CD/Orlyn/196?
8. Keep Searchin'(We'll Follow the Sun)/Del Shannon/LP/Dot/1964
9. Down Home Special/Bo Diddley/CD/Chess/1956
10.You Better Move On/Rolling Stones/LP/London/1965
12.Scratch My Back/Jan Panter/CD/Pye(UK)/1966
13.Love Train/Moonrakers/CD/Shamley/1967
14.Cross Cut Saw/John Hammond/LP/Atlantic/1968
15.Taking the Midnight Train/Tony Joe White/LP/Warner Bros/1973
BED: Make It Funky/Grant Green/LP/Blue Note/1970

when you fall on your back

Set Two: steamy windows

1. Sins of a Family/P.F. Sloan/LP/Mums/1972
2. Only Dreamin' Now/Beau Brummels/LP/Warner Bros/1967
3. Painter of Women/Beau Brummels/LP/Warner Bros/1967
4. In a Rainbow/Sweetwater/LP/Reprise/1968
5. The Drummer Song/Denny Doherty/CD/Dunhill/1971
6. To Love Somebody/Bubble Gum Machine/LP/Senate/1968
BED: Viva Tirado/Duke of Burlington/CD/Signal(Italy)/1971

painters of women

Set Three: no grass, but I got my soul

1. Shape of Things to Come/Third Rail/45/Epic/1967
2. School Teachers/Bob Seger/LP/Capitol/1974
3. Heart of Gold/Betty Lavette/45/Atlantic/1972
4. If You Want It/la Revolucion de Emiliano Zapata/CD/Polydor(Mex)/1971
5. Tomorrow/Strawberry Alarm Clock/CD/UNI/1967 (req)
BED: The Joker/Charles Wright 03rd St. Rhythm Band/LP/Warner Bros/1969

on the lam and packin' HEAT

Set Four: keep moving and stay quiet

1. Stop Talking In Your Sleep/Carter Brothers/45/Jewel/1965
2. Louisiana Hannah/Larry Williams/LP/Decca(UK)/1965
3. It Ain't What You Do/Laura Lee/LP/Chess/1971
4. Tired Running from You/Capitols/LP/Atco/1967
5. Don't Take It So Hard/Johnny Robinson/LP/Epic/1969?
BED: Eight Miles High/Paul Horn Quintet/LP/RCA/1966

Guest Stars: Sterling Hayden, Robert Mitchum, Marilyn Monroe, Louis Calhern, Sam Jaffe, Jean Hagen, Brad Dexter, Don Haggerty

this episode dedicated to W.R. Burnett - Champion of the Crippled

Thursday, February 01, 2007

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 01/15/07

that nice, I ain't
the natural life

We Thrive By Day

What can I say? I'm lazy. So much for excuses, here's my first show of the New Year, the sound file is still active, so let's get down to business. Carl Perkins up in here. All kinds of soul, acidic pop, deep roots & fuzzed falsetto Dylan covers. Man, you don't believe me? Check that playlist just below the Them 45 and see - and you better "check yourself," too. Test your hearing by clicking on that same Them 45 - listen closely and see if you still want to call my bluff, yah mug. Go ahead, click it.

better times ahead

Click on Image Above to Listen to the Show!

Playlist for Lost & Found, 01/15/07


Set One: Went Out on a Greyhound, Came Back on a Stray Dog

Intro: Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues(inst)/Sarah Webster Fabio/LP/Folkways/1975
1. I've Got Money/James Brown/LP/King/1963(1966 LP)
2. Give It Up or Turn It a Loose(live)/James Brown/CD/Polydor/1971
3. Shhh...for a Little While/James Brown/45/King/1968
4. In the Wee Wee Hours/James Brown/LP/King/1966
5. Billy Sunshine/Evie Sands/CD/Cameo/1967
6. Dance, Dance/Chartbusters/45/Bell/1967
7. Gypsy War/Chuck Trois & the National Bank/LP/A&M/1969
8. Going Nowhere/Los Bravos/45/Press/1967
9. But It's Alright/Them/45/Tower/1967
10.Hold On/Sharon Tandy/CD/Atlantic(UK)/1967
11.Fresh Dirt/Staff & Management/45/Kaimotion/197?
12.Put On Your Shoes and Walk/travis Wammack/LP/Fame/1972
13.Abraham, Martin & John/Smokey Robinson & the Miracles/LP/Motown/1969
14.Go to Have Brotherhood/Harvey Averne Band/LP/Fania/1969
15.Heaven Will Welcome You, Dr. King/Big Maybelle/45/Rojac/1968
BED: I Don't Want Nobody To Give Me Nothin'/Grant Green/LP/Blue Note/1971

yes,that really says soul brother #1 is peeking at you thru the keyhole

Set Two: lay down your bandanas and complain

1. Sari/Toby Ben/LP/Venture/1968
2. Queen Jane Approximately/Four Seasons/LP/Philips/1965
3. All I Really Want To Do/Jody Miller/LP/Capitol/1966
4. It Ain't the Rain That Sweeps the Highway Clean/David Blue/LP/Elektra/1966
5. In the Plan/Dillard & Clark/LP/A&M/1969
BED: Girl/Paul Horn Quintet/LP/RCA/1966

there's always a Billy

Set Three: breezin' - just fannin' in the air!

1. I Ain't Dead Yet/What-Nots/45/Dial/1966
2. Soul Beat/Carl Perkins/LP/Columbia/1969
3. Pretty Girls Everywhere/Eugene Church/45/Class/1959
4. Feet Start Walking/Doris Duke/45/Canyon/1971
5. I'm a Lonesome Fugitive/Merle Haggard/LP/Capitol/1967
BED: Red Clay/Freddie Hubbard/LP/CTI/1970

outsider moves

Set Four: tremble with me

1. Bottom of the Soul/Bonniwell Music Machine/LP/Warner Bros/1967
2. Come On and Get It/3rd Avenue Blues Band/45/Revue
3. Her Eyes are a Blue Million Miles/Capt. Beefheart & His Magic Band/LP/Reprise/1972
4. There's One Kind Favor/Anya's Street/45/Verve Forecast/1968
BED: Them Changes/Ramsey Lewis/LP/Cadet/1971

The Send-Off - Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues/Sarah Webster Fabio/LP/Folkways/1975

Guest Stars: Robert Mitchum, Lawrence Tierney, Edward Tierney, Jane Greer, Bruce Cabot

blind picks