Monday, August 31, 2009

Lost & Found playlist for 8/27/09

The Complete and Unabridged Dictionary of Soul (with apologies to Otis Redding)



*The Complete and Unabridged Dictionary of Soul continues with vinyl from T-Z!*

Intro: “Spreadin' Honey” – The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band

Background music for the show: Various Artists - Texas Funk

Tavares - "Wish You Were With Me Mary"
Johnny Taylor - "That Bone"
Ted Taylor - "Only the Lonely Knows"
The Temptations - "Since I've Lost You"
Joe Tex - "I'll Never Do You Wrong"

Irma Thomas - "Look Up"
Joe Thomas - "Chitlins & Cuchifritos"
Sonny Til & the Orioles - "I'll Be Satisfied"
Oscar Toney, Jr. - "Down in Texas"
Tower of Power - "Clever Girl"

The Trammps - "Hold Back the Night"
The T.S.U. Tornadoes - "What Am I Good For?"
The Turner Brothers - "Running in the Rain"
Ike Turner - "You Still My Baby"
Tina Turner - "Bayou Song"

Titus Turner - "Do You Dig It"
Phil Upchurch - "Crosstown Traffic"
United 8 - "Getting Uptown (To Get Down)"
Melvin Van Peebles - "Can You Get Up Before Noon Without Being a Square"
The Vibrations - "Everybody Loves a Lover"

Jr. Walker & the All Stars - "Clinging to the Thought That She's Coming Back"
Clara Ward - "Tumbling Tumbleweed"
Dionne Warwick - "The Beginning of Loneliness"
The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - "Love Land"
Mary Wells - "Love Makes the World Go Around"

Willie West - "Fairchild"
Marva Whitney - "What Kind of Man"
Otis Williams & the Midnight Cowboys - "Do It to Someone You Love"
Al Wilson - "Queen of the Ghetto"
Bill Withers - "Moanin' & Groanin'"

Bobby Womack - "Come L'Amour"
O.V. Wright - "I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled, and Crazy"
Young Holt Unlimited - "Who's Making Love"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers