Tuesday, February 19, 2008

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 02/18/08

Bring It On Home
won't be made a pet rat

Midday Is My Beat

Back on the streets and trying to find my way. I can contribute to society, I swear - let's start with the MP3 below. It sets off 2 hours filled with high quality sounds from the 60's and early 70's ... sounds both savage and serene, raucous and introspective. From soulful to rocking to mellow, it's all here and it's no angle and not a soft touch.

You can clear my name with just a click on the Sounds, Inc 45 below - and check my rap sheet further down for all the evidence you need to make your decision.

let's go all the way

Click on Image Above to Listen to the Show!

Playlist for Lost & Found, 02/18/08


Set One: Your Love Said You Needed Me

Intro: Soul Brother/Art Butler/45/Epic/1967?
1. Runaway People/Dyke & the Blazers/45/Original Sound/1970
2. Poet/Sly & the Family Stone/LP/Epic/1971
3. Save Me/Aretha Franklin/LP/Atlantic/1967
4. On the Brink/Sounds, Inc/45/Liberty/1967?
5. I Know You Don't Want Me/Endeavors/45/Stop/1970?
6. Cry Like a Baby/Moses Dillard & Tex Town Display/CD/Tex Town/1969
7. You Can Give Your Love To Me/Lou Courtney/45/Verve/1968
8. What You Gonna Do/Nashville Teens/45/MGM/1965
9. Rocks Off/Rolling Stones/LP/London/1972
10.And When It's Over/Vagrants/45/Atco/1968
11.Just a Little/Them/LP/Happy Tiger/1970
12.Sandman/Box Tops/LP/Bell/1968
13.Baby Get Your Head Screwed On/Cat Stevens/LP/Deram/1967
14.You Burn Me Up and Down/We the People/CD/Challenge/1966
15.Janie's Blues/Janis Ian/LP/Verve Forecast/1967
BED: Taurus/Dennis Coffey/LP/Sussex/1972

one of many of them

poet laureate of the Bronx

Set Two: just before you get to the dream

1. No Lonesome Tune/Townes Van Zandt/CD/Poppy/1973
2. She Belongs to Me/T.J. Black/45/Jubilee/1966
3. Come To My Side/Dion & the Belmonts/LP/ABC/1967
4. Many Things are Clear/Sparrow/LP/Spark/1970
5. Everybody's Been Burned/Byrds/LP/Columbia/1967
6. Some People Will Never Know/We All Together/CD/MAG(Peru)/1972
BED: Whiter Shade of Pale/Big Jim Sullivan/LP/Mercury/1968

a man goes through changes
let me show you how

Set Three: be serious, no time for fun

1. I'm Not Ashamed/Bobby McClure/45/Checker/1965
2. You Must Believe Me/The Larks/LP/Money/1965
3. I Need You So/Irma Thomas/LP/Imperial/1964
4. If I Were a Strongman/King Solomon/45/Stanson/197?
BED: Fat Cat Strut/Quincy Jones & Ray Brown/LP/Symbolic/1970

reflections in a golden sky

Set Four: Sic Semper tyrannis

1. Changes/Moby Grape/LP/Columbia/1967
2. Hand in Hand/Bob Mosely/LP/Reprise/1972
3. Back to Philadelphia/Ford Theatre/LP/ABC/1968
BED: Serenata/Willie Rodriquez/LP/Riverside/1964
Send Off: You'll Never Walk Alone/Gerry & the Pacemakers/45/Laurie/1964

no room to breathe
falsetto of fury

Guest Stars: Sterling Hayden, Edward G. Robinson, Gene Nelson, Phyllis Kirk, Bobby Mitchum, Jerry Blavat, Jane Greer

packing heat

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