Tuesday, June 05, 2007

MP3 & Playlist for Lost & Found, 06/04/07

should never have untied her
not even silk

Riders on the Storm

See, I told you I was back! Running through camera batteries as I snap away at these records for your viewing pleasure - but it's all worth it, as only Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye can bring you a dossier of this depth, right?
Eh, who wants to look at music - it's meant to be heard, so click on the confectionary soul band below and take a 2-hour trip through sounds both bombastic and decidedly mellow. Guitar-laced soul, conga-led girl pop, epic rock soundscapes and deep deep roots await. It is all chronicled in print below, in case you need to keep track ... and I am back on track, you know.

time has come today

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Playlist for Lost & Found, 06/04/07


Set One: good for her, good for him

Intro: Hot Ice Cream/Paul Humphrey & the Funky Thumbs/LP/Blue Thumb/1973
1. Was It Good To You/Isley Brothers/LP/T-Neck/1969
2. Time To Love/Candy Coated People/45/New York Sound Co./19??
3. Mr. Fixit/Thelma Jones/45/Barry/1969
4. Honky Tonk/Bill Doggett/LP/King/1970
5. It's No Good for Me/Gene Chandler/LP/Constellation/1965
6. Mo Jo Workout/Eddie Long/45/Fun City/196?
7. Soul Francisco/Tony Joe White/45/Monument/1968
8. I See the Light/Simon Dupree & the Big Sound/LP/Tower/1967
9. You Need Loving/Small Faces/LP/Decca(uk)/1965
10.What She Does To Me/King Bees/45/RCA/1965
11.Somehow/Thyme/45/A² /1967
12.I Can't Let Go/Nobody's Children/45/Bullet/1967
13.The Ride/Little Anthony & the Imperials/LP/United Artists/1969
14.There's Gonna Be a Storm/Left Banke/LP/Smash/1968
BED: Village Caller/Jonny Lytle/LP/Riverside/1961


Set Two: far from home

1. Without You/Fleetwood Mac/LP/Epic/1969
2. Boy on the Bayou/Jackie McCauley/LP/Pye/1971
3. Affair On 8th Avenue/Gordon Lightfoot/CD/United Artists/1968
4. What Do You Do When You've Lost Your Love/Guardians of the Rainbow/45/President/1969
5. Pleasant Street/Tim Buckley/LP/Elektra/1967
BED: Crystal Ship/Mike Curb and the Waterfall/LP/Forward/1970

the freedom of obscurity

Set Three: talking out of your head

1. Don't You Lose It/Earl King/LP/Imperial/1962
2. Stay Away from My Baby/Ted Taylor/LP/Okeh/1965
3. New Orleans/Carl Holmes & the Commanders/LP/Atlantic/1962
4. Out in the Street Again/Candy & the Kisses/CD/Scepter/1965
5. I'm Gonna Lock You Up/All the Marbles/45/Oliver/196?
6. Seventh Son/Astronauts/LP/RCA/1965
BED: Yambo Yambo/Claus Ogerman/LP/RCA/1965

get down, philly town

Set Four: one-note samba

1. Lazarus/Blues Project/LP/Capitol/1971
BED: Cleopatra Dance/Eddie Kochak & Hakki Obadia Orchestra/LP/Mace/1967?

dance to my sociopathic threats

Set Five: a stomper and a steamer

1. Like One/Jean Carter/LP/Decca/196?
2. Which Way Should I Turn/Hank Ballard/LP/King/1968

worth it's weight in gold

Guest Stars: Burt Lancaster, Eli Wallach, Carroll Baker, Karl Malden, Dick Powell, Steve Cochran, Dorothy Malone, John Ireland

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