Saturday, November 29, 2008

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 11/24/08

I'm here to help
the more things change the more I stay the same

Complete and Unabridged

just teasing - of course I'll share

Click on Image Above to Listen to the Show!

Playlist for Lost & Found, 11/24/08


Set One: I can't help myself

Intro: Koke/Tribe/45/ABC/1973
1. Bye Bye Baby I'm Gone/Jimmy Oliver & His Soul Twisters/LP/Sue/1965
2. Chills & Fever/Allen Wayne/45/Try/1964
3. The Train(Leaving for Misery)/Four Hi's/45/Verve/1966
4. What Shall I Do/Frankie & the Classicals/45/Calla/1967
5. Sad World Without You/Pic & Bill/45/Smash/1967
6. Give Everybody Some/Bar-Kays/45/Volt/1967
7. Keep It to Myself/Claude "Baby" Huey/45/M.I.O.B./1968?
8. I Can't Believe/The Omegas/45/United Artists/1968
9. I Won't Be the Same Without Her/Twilights/45/Columbia(Au)/1966
10.It's Too Late/The Pedestrians/45/Atco/1966
11.Mad, Mad, Mad/The Escapades/45/Verve/1966
12.It Just Won't Be That Way/The Gurus/45/United Artists/1966
13.Baby, You Been On My Mind/Tina Harvey/LP/UK/1973
14.Baby Blue/The Legend/LP/Mega Phone/1968
15.Cries from the Midnight Circus/Pretty Things/LP/Rare Earth/1970
BED: Spirit of the Bells/Earth Disciples/LP/Solid State/1969

strike another match

a heavy feeling

not afraid to try

Set Two: world of warm words, sparkling colors

1. Hello I Love You/The Lettermen/LP/Capitol/1969
2. All My Dreams Blue/The Youngbloods/LP/RCA/1967
3. Blue Eyed Boy/Barbara Keith/LP/Verve Forecast/1969
4. Baby/Vince Martin & Fred Neil/LP/Elektra/1964
5. Assassin/Dixie Nightingales/45/Chalice/1964
BED: The World is a Ghetto/George Shearing/LP/MPS/1974

soft as a goose down pillow

a sweater speaks a thousand words

holding down the inlands

Set Three: not a threat but a promise

1. I Gotta Go Now/Rex Garvin & the Mighty Cravers/LP/Like-Candy/1967-1997
2. Daddy Ohh, Long Legs/The High Keyes/45/Atco/1963
3. If I Catch You(Running Around)/Timmy Shaw/45/Wand/1964
4. Comin' Home Baby/Dee Dee Sharp/LP/Cameo/1963
5. A Fat Boy Can Cry/Billy Stewart/LP/Chess/1964
BED: Off Into a Black Thing/Willie Henderson/LP/Brunswick/1969

they wrote that song about me, 'so fine'

Set Four: when there's work to be done

1. Abracadabra/Blue Ash/LP/Mercury/1973
2. Little Sally Tease/Kingsmen/LP/Wand/1966
3. How Can It Be/The Birds/LP/Decca(uk)-Big Beat/1965-1998
4. Sweet Tooth/Free/LP/A&M/1969
BED: Don't Do That/Bar-Kays/45/Volt/1967

all the hooks

Guest Stars: Robert Mitchum, Gary Merrill, Jane Greer, Robert F. Simon, Kirk Douglas, Anne Gwynn, Sidney Miller, Robert Lowrey, James Cagney, Arthur Kennedy

and I'll soon be a-back-back

1 comment:

Charlie said...

Wonderful show as always! The Pic & Bill single was especially those soul duos! And Claude Baby Huey is quite possibly the best stage name ever.