Thursday, May 08, 2008

Lost & Found playlist for 5/8/08

Intro: "Spreadin' Honey" - The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band

Background music for the show: Larry Young - Unity

Cliff Nobles - "My Love Is Getting Stronger"
The Persuaders - "Thigh Spy"
Soul Brothers Six - "I'll Be Loving You"
Billy Butler - "My Sweet Woman"
The O'Jays - "I Dig Your Act"

The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - "Love Land"
Joe Tex - "You Need Me, Baby"
Mary Wells - "Can't You See (You're Losing Me)"
Barbara & the Browns - "Watch Dog"
Barbara Lynn - "That's the Thanks I Get"

Otis Redding - "Tennessee Waltz"
Syl Johnson - "Any Way the Wind Blows"
Eddie McGee - "What Made You Change Your Mind?"
Timmy Thomas - "You're the Song I've Always Wanted to Sing"
Ben Monroe - "Since You Came Into My Life"

Billy Paul - "Am I Black Enough For You?"
Larry Williams - "Wake Up"
Hank Ballard - "Blackenized"
George Soule - "Get Involved"
Eugene Kemp - "The Power Is Gone"

A look at the Numero Group record label

From the Numero Group website:
Enter the Numero Group. Founded by Tom Lunt, Rob Sevier, and Ken Shipley in 2003, the three self-proclaimed "record obsessives" decided to approach the record business backwards. No corporate hierarchy; no company stationary. Just a big pile of music that no one had ever heard of.

The mission was simple: to dig deep into the recesses of our record collections with the goal of finding the dustiest gems begging to be released from their exile on geek street. No longer would $500 singles sit in a temperature-controlled room dying for a chance to be played. No more would the artists, writers, and entrepreneurs who made these records happen go unknown and unappreciated.

Numero releases are sound with substance, living at the nexus of song and story. Scrupulously researched, painstakingly re-mastered, and with an attention to detail that is unmatched in the reissue field, the end result is a top-of-the-line compact disc.

There is no "Numero" sound; instead, Numero offers an aesthetic. A shelf of Numero discs feels less like a "record collection" and more like a library. The library to date is a mix of thrift shop soul, skinny tie pop, Belizean funk, and hillbilly gospel. Numero makes records for people who may have everything from indigenous Central American drumming to Canadian chanteuses stacked next to their CD players.
Marion Black - "Who Knows"
The Arrows - "We Have Love"
The Web - "The Same Old Me"
Them Two - "Am I a Good Man?"
Edd Henry - "Your Replacement is Here"

Universal Jubileers - "Childhood Days"
Lon Rogers & the Soul Blenders - "Too Good to Be True"
George McGregor & the Bronzettes -
"Temptation is Hard to Fight"
Dry Bread - "Words to My Song"
Eddie Ray - "You Got Me"

Patrizia & Jimmy - "Trust Your Child, Pt. 1"
Snoopy Dean - "Your Love Won't Let Me Leave You"
Bonnie Freeman - "Does He Really Mean It?"
The Soul Messengers - "Junky Baby"

The Numero Group "digital dig"

: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers