Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Playlist for Lost & Found, 11/15/2004:

Set One: Old Dirty Beats

Intro: Chocolate Watchband/Are You Gonna Be There/(instrumental)/45/Sundazed/1967-2001
1. Troggs/Night of the Long Grass/LP/Fontana/1968
2. Soul Survivors/Explosion In Your Soul/45/Crimson/1968
3. Brian Auger & Trinity w/Julie Driscoll/Break It Up/LP/Atco/1968
4. Terry Knight & the Pack/Sleep Talkin'/LP/Lucky Eleven/1966
* Dolemite, "The Human Tornado" Radio Spot RIP ODB
5. Wallace Brothers/Whatcha Feel Is Whatcha Get/LP/Walbro-Jazzman/1973-2004
6. Bill Doggett/Honky Tonk/LP/King/1969
7. Robert Moore/Everything's Gonna Be Alright/LP/Saadia-Goldmine/196?-1995
8-BED: Funkadelic/I'll Bet You/LP/Westbound/1971

Set Two: The Chair, The Gas Chamber, Or Just a Rope?

1. Strangeloves/Night Time/LP/Bang/1966
2. Remains/Me Right Now/LP/Epic/1966
3. Haunted/I'm Just Gonna Blow My Little Mynd To Bits/45/Jet-Eva/1967-1995
* Preston Foster, "Kansas City Confidential"
4. Belfast Gipsies/Secret Police/45/Loma/1967
5. Ventures/Whittier Blvd/LP/Dalton/1965
* Louis Calhern & umm..that guy..., "The Asphalt Jungle"
BED: Ventures/I Like It Like That/LP/Dalton/1965

Set Three: Gee Whiz, I Love You

1. Harvey Scales & Seven Sounds/Love-Itis/45/Magic touch/1967
2. James Brown/Lost Someone/LP/King/1961
3.Vernon & Jewell/Those Lonely, Lonely Nights/LP/Kent/1964
4. Ray Charles/I BelieveTo My Soul/LP/Atlantic/1959
* Marilyn Monroe & ???, "The Asphalt Jungle"
5. Jackie Lee/Let Your Consience Be Your Guide/45/Mirwood/1965
BED: Jimmy McGriff/One of Mine/45/Sue/1963

Set Four: That Was a Rotten Year
1. Ronnie Hawkins/Mary Lou/LP/Roulette/1959-1970
* Sterling Hayden & Jean Hagen, "The Asphalt Jungle"
2. Flying Burritto Brothers/Juanita/LP/A&M/1969
3. Townes Van Zandt/Waitin' Round To Die/LP/Poppy/1968
4. Susan Barrett/How Can We Hang On To a Dream/45/RCA/1967
BED: 18th Century Concepts/If I Were a Carpenter/LP/Sidewalk/1967

Set Five: Windy City Without Pity

1. Syl Johnson/Walk a Mile In My Shoes/LP/Twinight/1970
2. Impressions/Too Slow/LP/ABC/1966
3. Barbara Acklin/Be By My Side/LP/Brunwick/1968
4. Maurice & Mac/Why Don't You Try Me/45/Checker/1968
5. Billy Butler/I'm Just a Man/LP/Okeh-Charly/1964-1992
6. Gene Chandler/There Was a Time/LP/Brunwick/1968
BED: Dee Felice Trio/There Was a Time/LP/Bethlehem/1970

Set Six: Big Holes on the Bayou

1. Willie Harper/But I Couldn't/45/Alon/1962
2. Irma Thomas/Break-a-Way/45/Imperial/1964
3. Bobby Powell/Why Am I Treated So Bad/45/Whit/1967
* Sam Jaffe & that guy that ALWAYS plays beat cops in films, "The Asphalt Jungle"
4. The Hueys/Coo Coo Over You/45/Instant/1968
5.Cyril Neville/Gossip/45/Josie/1969

The Send Off: Solomon Burke/Don't Wait Too Long/LP/Bell/1969

...had to fade out the Solomon Burke, which hurt, and playing all the Asphalt Jungle was fun, but I blew it all out in one show...

Playlist for Lost & Found, 11/01/2004


Set One: Fish-Eyed Funk

Intro: "Bob & Earl" (uncredited band)/Harlem Shuffle (Instrumental)/LP/Goldmine(RI)/1963
1. Aaron Neville/Hercules/CD/Janus/1973
2. Ike and Tina Turner/Bold Soul Sister/LP/Blue Thumb 1970
3. Isley Brothers/Was It Good To You/LP/T-Neck/1969
4. The Dapps featuring Alfred Ellis/Rabbit Got the Gun/45/King/1968
*Jack Elam and John Payne, "Kansas City Confidential"
5. Groove Merchants/There's Got To be Someone for Me/CD/Suemi 1970
6. Willie Bobo & the Bo-Gents/How Can I Say Goodbye/LP/Sussex/1971
7. Ray Baretto/Deeper Shade of Soul/LP/Fania/1968
BED: Reuben Wilson/Knock on Wood/LP/Blue Note/1970

Set Two: Can You Dig it?

1. Kinks/Gotta Get the First Plane Home/LP/Reprise/1966
2. The Poets/That's the Way It's Gotta Be/LP/Decca/1965
3. Box Tops/I Can Dig It/LP/Bell/1968
* George Raft & Ann Sheridan, "They Drive By Night"
4. Byrds/Everybody's Been Burned/LP/Columbia/1967
5. Ben E. King/Don't Let Me Down/LP/Maxwell/1970
BED: Groove Holmes/ComeTogether/LP/PacJazz/1970

Set Three: Faith & "The Grunt...and How To Use It!"

1. Wallace Brothers/Faith/45/Sims/1963
2. Long John Hunter/Ride With Me Baby/LP/Yucca-Norton 196?-2003
3. Jeanette Williams/Stuff/LP/Backbeat/196?
* Dan Duryea & Joan Bennett, "Scarlet Street"
4. Five Dutones/My World/CD/One-Der-Ful/1965
5. Tony Borders/What Kind of spell/45/Revue/1968
6. Johnny Sayles/You Told a Lie/45/Mar-V-Lus/1965
BED: Earl Hooker/Wild Moments/LP/CJ/196?

Set Four: Soulful Stew

1. Bobby Byrd/I'll Lose My Mind/45/King/1967
2. Buddy Causey/It's a Man's World/LP/Quinvy-Charly/1968-1995
3. Brenda Holloway/Land of a Thousand Boys/45/Tamla/1964
4. Esquires/How Could It Be/LP/Bunky/1967
5. Betty Wright/I Love the Way You Love/LP/Alston/1972
BED: King Curtis/In the Pocket/45/Atco/1968

Set Five: What Is Music?

1. Babe Ruth/The Mexican/CD/?/1973
2. Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera/Flames/CD/?/1967
*Bela Lugosi, "Return of Chandu" Radio Show
3. Foundations/NewDirection/LP/UNI/1969
4. Left Banke/Pretty Ballerina/LP/Smash/1967
5. Shadows of Knight/From Way Out Under/45/Team/1968

Set Six: All Politics Is Dated

1. Pilgrim Jubillees/Mr.President/45/Peacock/1961
2. Hank Ballard/Blackenized/45/King/1969
3. King Hannibal/The Truth Shall Set You Free/45/Aware/1972
4. Buffalo Soldier/Land of Perdition/45/SMC/197?
BED: Joe Thomas/Every Brother Ain't a Brother/LP/1973

Send Off: Eddie Kendricks/People...Hold On/LP/Tamla/1973, only two weeks late!!