Monday, August 10, 2009

Lost & Found playlist for 8/6/09

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



*The focus is on artists and bands starting with the letters A - F. Next week, G - L. All the music the next weeks is only vinyl held by the station in its record collection.*

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

Background music for the show: Black Mold – Snow Blindness is Crystal Antz

African Music Machine – “The Dapp”
Baby Ray – “There Is Something On Your Mind”
Darrell Banks – “Open the Doors of Your Heart”
The Bar-Kays – “I Want Someone”
J.J. Barnes – “Now That I Got You Back”

Fontella Bass – “I Need to Be Loved”
Archie Bell & The Drells – “I Could Dance All Night”
William Bell – “Phases of Reality”
Bloodstone – “Wasted Time”
Eddie Bo – “Every Dog Has Its Day”

Booker T. – “Jamaica Song”
Jerry Butler & Betty Everett – “Love Is Strange”
Clarence Carter – “Take It All Off”
The Chairmen of the Board – “Since the Days of Pigtails & Fairytales”
Gene Chandler – “Hey, Little Angel”

The Counts – “Thinking Single”
Lou Courtney – “I'm in Need of Love”
Tyrone Davis – “Can I Change My Mind”
Ernie K. Doe – “ Back Street Lover”
Ronnie Dyson – “I Don't Wanna Cry”

Eddie & Ernie – “Bullets Don't Have Eyes”
El Chicano – “El Cayuco”
Shirley Ellis – “Sugar, Let's Shing-a-Ling”
Barbara Jean English – “Just Like a Lady”
Exit 9 – “Fly”
Exuma – “The Bowery”

The Falcons – “Has It Happened to You Yet?”
The Family Vibes – “Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder”
Fantastic Four – “County Line”
The Fatback Band – “Soul Man”
Eddie Floyd – “Satisfy My Hunger”

King Floyd – “It's Wonderful”

Outro: “Beautiful Baby” – The Clangers