Tuesday, October 18, 2005

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 10/17/2005

he'd rather be fishing
why don't you break his head

Big Operators

Being able to listen is back in style, cause nobody wants to read a radio show. We're pulling gems from out of the past here, and all the wiseguys and newsmen are buzzing. Entire opening 50 minute set recorded live at the Sex Machine of my mind. Click on them natty Hollies below to "jump in the Devil's Pit" and hear the show!

the end is near

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Playlist for Lost & Found, 10/17/05


Set One: I always say everybody's right

Intro: Bringing Up the Guitar/The Dapps/LP/King/1968
1. What Is Success/Allen Toussaint/LP/Scepter/1971
2. No/Food/LP/Capitol/1968
3. Doing Nothing, Nothing Doing/Maxayn/LP/Capricorn/1972
4. Julia Dream/Pink Floyd/LP/Columbia/1968
5. Rest Cure/Arthur Brown/LP/Track/1968
6. (I'm a) Fool for You/Freddy Robinson/LP/World Pacific/1969
7. Junkie/Jimmy Jackson/LP/Buddah/1976
8. Breaking Out All Over/Lamont Dozier/LP/ABC/1973
9. Whirlpool/Mirettes/LP/UNI/1969
10.Who's Gonna Take the Weight/Kool & the Gang/LP/De-Lite/1971
11.Cloud Nine/Python Lee Jackson/LP/Young Blood/1972
12.Evidence/Candi Staton/LP/Fame/1970
BED: Bass Folk Song/Joe Farrell/LP/CTI/1973

Set Two: those arbor day blues

1. Shakin' All Over/Swinging Blue Jeans/LP/Imperial/1964
2. You're All Around Me/Walker Brothers/LP/Smash/1965
3. Very Last Day/Hollies/LP/Imperial/1965
4. Ecstacy/Ben E. King/LP/Clarion/1962
5. You Don't Miss Your Water/Uniques/LP/Paula/1967
6. Questions/Buffalo Springfield/LP/Atco/1968
7. Why/The Byrds/LP/Columbia-Sundazed/1965-2000
8. And It Didn't Even Bring Me Down/Sir Douglas Quintet/LP/Smash/1969
BED: Green Apple Quickstep/Harvey Mandel/LP/Janus/1973

someday my day will come
Barbara Lynn

Set Three: a million dames

1. You Don't Love Me/Ike & Tina Turner/LP/Blue Thumb/1969
2. Long Lost Lover/T. Bone Walker/LP/Polydor/1970
3. Go Get a Wig/Ideals/LP/St. Lawrence - Stomp/1965-1993
4. I Tried to Tell You/Jimmy Hughes/LP/Vee Jay/1965
5. This is the Thanks I Get/Barbara Lynn/LP/Atlantic/1968
BED: Looking for My Baby pt.2/Emperors/LP/Mala-Funkadelphia/1967-199?

Set Four: ride in the open air

1. Sackful of Grain/Poet & the One Man Band/LP/Paramount/1969
2. Keeper of the Keys/Ferris Wheel/LP/UNI/1970
3. Connection/Ramblin' Jack Elliot/LP/Reprise/1968
4. Deep Eyes of Darkness/Willie & the Red Rubber Band/LP/RCA/1969
BED: Both Sides Now/Dee Felice Trio/LP/Bethlehem/1970
Send-Off: You Better Check Yourself/Soul Brothers Six/45/Atlantic/1967

Special Guests: Bob Mitchum, Jane Greer, Paul Valentine, John Dall, Steve Brodie, Kirk Douglas, and of course, William Van Vleck !!

the bitter end
expands upon contact

Playlist for Soul Spectrum Fill-In, 10/9/2005

no mas

Big shout and thanks to Josh M and the Sunday evening sounds of Soul Spectrum for letting me come down and play some records in his absence. MP3 recording was a bust again for this show, so I bitterly present the only remaining evidence, the playlist:


Set 1:
Intro: Rainy Day Fun/Donald Austin/LP/Eastbound/1973
1. Wanna Spend My Whole Life With You Baby/Street People/LP/Vigor/1976
2. Time Waits for No One/Jean Carn/LP/PIR/1976
3. I Can Understand It/Valentinos/LP/Atlantiv/1976
4. Good Stuff/The Imaginations/LP/20th Century/1975
5. Bump & Hustle Music/Tommy Stewart/LP/Abraxas/1976
6. Everybody Here Must Party/Direct Current/12"/Tec/1979
7. Dance Girl/The Rimshots/LP/A1/1974
BED: Family Affair/MFSB/LP/PIR/1973

Set 2:

1. People/Black Soul/LP/Beam Junction/1977
2. All Day/Fatback Band/LP/Event/1975
3. Family Song/Smokey Robinson/LP/Tamla/1973
4. I Had a Fight With Love/Ann Sexton/LP/Monument/1977
5. Truth Is Marching On/Rance Allen Group/LP/Capitol/1977
6. Think Twice/Donald Byrd/LP/Blue Note/1975

Set 3:

1. Secret Rendezvous/Rene & Angela/LP/Capitol/1981
2. Slidin' to the Music/Mantus/12"/SMD/1980
3. Feel My Love/Vaughan Mason & Butch Dayo/LP/Salsoul/1983
4. More Room at the Top/Marlena Shaw/LP/South Bay/1982
5. Be My Lady/The Meters/LP/Warner Brothers/1977
Bed: Mind Playin' Tricks(instro)/Geto Boys/12"/Rap-a-Lot/1991

Set 4:

1. Closer to the Source/Leroy Hutson/LP/Curtom/1978
2. I Need Your Love/Central Line/Mercury/1981
3. I'll Do Anything For You/Shirley Jones/LP/PIR/1986
4. So Ruff So Tuff/Roger/LP/Warner Bros/1981

Thanks again to Josh, and if I come back for another turn, I'll make sure to CDR a copy of the show! Listen to Soul Spectrum every Sunday 8-10 PM EST on 88.1 WMBR - Live & archived streams at WMBR.org - and tell 'em Mack sent ya.

respect her style

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Playlist for Lost & Found, 10/03/2005

just so we won't have to work
I have a feeling I want to be goodI want ACTION

eightball genesis discovered

No Two-Bitters

Well, no MP3 this week - something went awry with the stream during my airtime, so this post is a bust unless you caught it live - in which case, I have supplied the playlist below, and the usual groovy pictures for the kids. New season starts today. My one year anniversary on the show, although I forgot to mention that on the program. I'm thinking of integrating some sort of "Love Connection"-esque phone-in game show along with the music. E-mail me at soulcrates@gmail.com to let me know what you think of the idea or if you would like to be a contestant* on the show. I'm rambling because there's no "click on the image to hear the show" schtick to do this week. Listen to the Sax Therapy MP3, it's only there until Wednesday. I'll be on Soul Spectrum this Sunday at 8, I'll probably make a hype post for it this week sometime, keep watching the skies.

dime store irony

Playlist for Lost & Found, 10/03/05


Set One: innocence or ignorance

Intro: Barefootin'/Willie Mitchell/45/Hi/1966
1. Theme from Cleopatra Jones/Joe Simon/45/Spring/1973
2. Slick/Willie Hutch/45/Motown/1973
3. Bootleggin'/Symtec & Wylie/45/Mister Chand/1971
4. Mighty Mighty/Jesse Anderson/45/Thomas/1970
5. Mini Skirt Minnie/Sir Mack Rice/45/Stax/1967
6. Piece of My Heart/Sisters Love/45/A&M/1970
7. Hey Joe/Wilson Pickett/45/Atlantic/1969
8. How Can I Be Sure/The Young Rascals/45/Atlantic/1967
9. I'm Young/Terri Sharp/45/Fontana/1966
10.15 Going On 20/Five By Five/45/Paula/1970
11.Some Velvet Morning/Vanilla Fudge/45/Atco/1969
12.Fly/George Baker Selection/45/Colossus/1969
13.Damn Right It's Good/Gwen McCrae/45/Cat/1976
14.I'm Sorry Babe/Clarence Reid/45/Tay-Ster/1969
BED: Melting Pot/Booker T & the MG's/LP/Stax/1971

Set Two: I'll ride the rollercoaster

1. Don't Think Twice It's Alright/Ramblin' Jack Elliot/LP/Reprise/1968
2. (Let's Go To the) Movie Show/Jeremy & the Satyrs/LP/Reprise/1968
3. The Same One/Gene Clark/LP/Columbia/1966-1972
4. Nobody's Business/Lou Reed/LP/RCA/1976
5. Let Me/Segio Mendes Trio/LP/Tower/1966
6. I Want Her She Wants Me/The Zombies/LP/Date/1968
7. Hoboin'/Tim Hardin/LP/Columbia/1971
8. No Regrets/Tom Rush/LP/Elektra/1968 (r)
9. Lonely are the Lonely/John Fred & His Playboy Band/LP/Paula/1968
10.Ferris Wheel/Everly Brothers/LP/Warner Bros/1965
BED: Tomorrow Never Knows/Steve Marcus/LP/Vortex/1968


Set Three: i kinda slide in sideways

1. C'mon Home/Buckinghams/LP/Columbia/1968
2. I'm a Ram/Al Green/LP/Hi/1971
3. The End of Our Road/Gladys Knight & the Pips/LP/Soul/1969
4. That's the Way Love Is/Marvin Gaye/LP/Tamla/1969
BED: Quiet Village/The Surfmen/LP/Somerset/1962

Special Guests: John Dall, Berry Kroeger, Peggy Cummins, Murray Hamilton

deadly is the female
AKA Gun Crazy

*not really