Tuesday, January 20, 2009

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 01/12/09

I'll do it for you
not very evocative of an acid trip, to be honest

Switchman's Lament

It may be the depths of winter, but Gemini is rising, and I find myself a man of two minds. I could do the right thing and walk the narrow path of good, or I could fly straight off the rails and go for everything that's not nailed down, in double. The only thing the left and right sides of my mind can agree upon is the music.
2 hours of it, ready for boarding and pulling out as soon as you click on that Guilloteens 45 just below. Drop the blade and join the party, as Charles-Henri Sanson would say.

called to the carpet

Click on Image Above to Listen to the Show!

Playlist for Lost & Found, 01/12/09


Set One: more sparkle than a movie queen

Intro: Poquito Soul/One G Plus Three/45/Paramount/1969?
1. I've Lost/The Chymes/45/Teako/1968
2. She Broke Down/Little Richard III/45/DPG/1971
3. I Take What I Want/Ann Peebles/LP/Hi/1971
4. The Psychedelic Theme/Bobby Wells Band/45/Romur/1968
5. Someday/The Tempests/LP/Smash/1967
6. Bring the Curtain Down/Eddie Floyd/LP/Stax/1971
7. I'm a Man/Timmy Willis/45/Jubilee/1969
8. You've Got Everything/Sonny Webb & the Cascades/LP/Columbia/1964
9. If I Cry/The Fabulous Wunz/45/Pyramid/1966
10.Kisses Sweeter Than Wine/The Scarecrow/45/Date/1968
11.Wild Child/Guilloteens/45/Columbia/1967
12.I Happen to Love You/Them/LP/Tower/1968
13.Take a Giant Step/Rising Sons/LP/Columbia-Sudazed/1967-2001
14.I Can Almost Believe/Jerri Jackson/45/Parallax/1969
15.Down Along the Cove/West/LP/Epic/1968
BED: Lela/Johnny Lytle/LP/Riverside/1965

a groovy scene

dressed for the beach

can you guess what's wrong with this picture?"

Set Two: bus station blues

1. Because of You/Gene Clark/LP/A&M/1971
2. Enjoy Enjoy/Patrick Sky/LP/Verve Forecast/1967
3. Wait By the Fire/Just Us/LP/Kapp/1967
4. Pocket Money/Carole King/CD/Ode/1972
5. Second Hand Sundown Queen/Country Coalition/LP/ABC-Bluesway/1970
BED: And I Love Her/Chet Atkins/LP/RCA/1966

turn out the light

with science, anything is possible

Set Three: still the best policy

1. Cool Jerk/Ricardo Ray Orchestra/LP/Alegre/1968
2. Mama Didn't Lie/Jan Bradley/45/Chess/1962
3. Just Like Mine/The Renaults/45/Wand/1962
4. Too Late/Larry Williams & Johnny Watson/LP/Okeh/1967
5. A Song Called Soul/Gene Chandler/45/Constellation/1964
6. Standing On Your Promise/Ollie Nightingale/45/Memphis/1971
BED: Satisfaction/Paul Horn/LP/RCA/1967

mama knows best
into their  bag

Set Four: oh the humanity

1. Hang Onto Yourself/Arnold Corns/45/B&C(uk)/1971
2. The Journey/The Hobbits/LP/Decca/LP/1968
3. You're In My Mind/Graf Zeppelin/CD/Orlyn/1968
4. Breakfast at Gardenson's/The Litter/LP/ABC-Probe/1969
5. Blue Ice/The Litter/LP/ABC-Probe/1969
BED: The Long Goodbye/Dave Grusin Trio/CD/UA/1973

louder than loud

underground music. literally.

Guest Stars: Charles McGraw, Lawrence Tierney, Marie Windsor, Robert Mitchum, Claire Trevor, Robert DeNiro, Don Beddoe, Rudy Ray Moore, Barbara Stanwyck

on the road

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