Thursday, December 17, 2009

Lost & Found playlist for 12/17/09

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

Background music for the show: Various Artists - Can You Dig It? The Music and Politics of Black Action Films, 1968-1972

The Essex - "Are You Going My Way"
The Rationals - "Feelin' Lost"
Johnny Copeland - "Down on Bended Knees"
Arthur McAllen - "Caroline"
The Soul Agents - "Don't Break It Up"

Lucille Span - "Woman's Lib"
Ann Sexton - "I Had a Fight With Love"
J.J. Jackson - "I Dig Girls"
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - "I'm Not Gonna Cry"
Ede Robin - "Dead"

Mud - "Lonely This Christmas"
Lonesome Lee - "Lonely Travelin'"
The Continentals - "Almost a Man"
Rev. Lonnie Farris - "Peace in the Valley"
Paintbox - "Get Ready for Love"

Marsha Gee - "Peanut Duck"
Eddie & Ernie - "Why Do You Treat Me the Way You Do?"
Preston Epps - "Love Is the Only Thing"

The Good Time Gospel Set:
Ada Richards - "I'm Drunk and Real High (In the Spirit of the Lord)"
Elder Beck - "Rock and Roll Sermon"
Golden Stars of Greenwood, SC - "Jesus's Blood"
Brother Willie Eason & His Gospel Guitar - "I Want to Live (So God Can Use Me)"

Eddie Hazel - "California Dreamin'"
Marie "Queenie" Lyons - "Snake in the Grass"
Brenton Wood - "Psychotic Reaction"
Bobby "Blue" Bland - "Road of Brokenhearted Men"
Z.Z. Hill - "It Ain't No Use"

Little Ann - "Deep Shadows"
Binky Griptite - "Stone Cold Christmas"
Percy Sledge - "That's How Strong My Love Is"
Cile Turner - "Crap Shootin' Sinner"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Coda for Christmas: "Christmas Must Be Tonight" - The Band