Wednesday, December 08, 2010

The Top 35 Records of 2010 (in iTunes order...sort of...sorry 'bout that)

Celso Pina - Sin Fecha de Caducidad
Chocolate Genius - Swansongs

Drive-By Truckers - The Big To-Do
Dwight Twilley - Green Blimp

El Guincho - Pop Negro
Eli "Paperboy" Reed & the True Loves - Come and Get It

Fitz & the Tantrums - Pickin' Up the Pieces
Flaming Dragons of Middle Earth - The Seed of Contempt (LP only)
Girl Talk - All Day
Glossary - Feral Fire
Gonjasufi - A Sufi and a Killer
Homeboy Sandman - The Good Sun
Janelle Monáe - The ArchAndroid
John Grant (w/ Midlake) - Queen of Denmark
Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues
LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening

Lonnie Walker - These Times Old Times
Matthew Dear - Black City
The Ravenna Colt - Slight Spell
Roky Erickson (w/ Okkervil River) - True Love Cast Out All Evil
Rose's Pawn Shop - Dancing on the Gallows
Sam Amidon - I See the Sign
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - I Learned the Hard Way
Syl Johnson - Complete Mythology
Ted Leo & the Pharmacists - The Brutalist Bricks
The Beaten Sea - S/T
The Beauties - S/T
The Black - Sun in the Day Moon at Night
The Black Keys - Brothers
The Moondoggies - Tidelands
The Orbans - When We Were Wild
The Tallest Man on Earth - The Wild Hunt
Viva Viva - S/T
Wooden Wand - Death Seat
Woodsy Pride - S/T

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Upcoming schedule.

Hello to the 45 of you whom listen to the program on a regular basis. I thought I'd drop you a note to let you know what I am up to for the net few weeks.

December 9: Soul music

December 11: Thursday Lost & Found 5th Anniversary CDs go out to all the pledgers.

December 16: Soul music

December 20: Fill in for Breakfast of Champions. 8 a.m. I will be playing tracks from my 32 records of the year.

December 23: Christmas Eve Eve, Rock and Soul extravaganza...sort of.

December 29: Spinning records live at River Gods in Cambridge, MA from 9 p.m. - 1 a.m.


Monday, December 06, 2010

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Lost & Found playlist for 12/2/10

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

Background music for the show: Zoot Sims - For Lady Day

Harold Jackson & the Jackson Brothers - "The Freedom Riders"
Al Green - "Stop and Check Myself"
Shirley Wahls - "That's How Long (That I'm Gonna Love You)"
The Four Tops - "Sweet Understanding Love"
Brilliant Korners - Three Lonely Guys"
The Gospel Chandeliers - "Honesty is the Best Policy"

The Ovations - "They Say"
Helene Smith - "Willing and Able"
Solomon King - "She Wears My Ring"
The Windjammers - "All That Shines Is Not Gold"
Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces - "Don't Make Me Cry"
The Four Tees - "One More Chance"

The Found Song of the Week: J.C. Davis & the Uptown Sound - "To Love Someone (That Don't Love You)"

O.V. Wright - "Ace of Spades"
Inez & Charlie Foxx - "Baby Drop a Dime"
Marie Knight w/ the Teacho Willshire Orchestra - "I Thought I Told You Not to Tell"
Ike & Tina Turner - "Hard Times"
Barbara Lynn - "Take Your Love and Run"

Jenny Dee & the Deelinquents - "Don't Boom Boom"

The Blues Cellar:
Alex Morgan - "Having Fun Here and There"
H-Bomb Ferguson - "New Way Blues"
Harry "The Hipster" Gibson - "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine"
Richard Rabbit Brown - "James Alley Blues"
The Fieldstones - "Meet the Fieldstones"
Willie Dixon - "If the Sea Was Whiskey"

Bobby Womack - "What Cha Gonna Do (When Your Love Is Gone)"
Booker T. & the M.G.'s - "Hang 'Em High"
Darrell Banks - "We'll Get Over"
The Falcons - "You've Got the Power"
Sam Cooke - "Desire Me"
Lou Courtney - "If the Shoe Fits"

Syl Johnson - "I've Been Talked About"

The Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding & Carla Thomas - "Are You Lonely For Me Baby" from King & Queen

Wilson Pickett - "It's Too Late"
The Righteous Brothers - "Nite Owl"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Monday, November 29, 2010

Black America Sings Bob Dylan

Lost & Found playlist for 11/18/10

(Listen to the show for 1 more week)

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

Background music for the show: The Horace Silver Quintet - Finger Poppin'

Brook Benton - "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"
Stevie Wonder - "Mr. Tambourine Man"
The Persuasions - "The Man in Me"
Esther Phillips - "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You"
Major Harris - "Like a Rolling Stone"

Sam Cooke - "Blowin' in the Wind" (Live)
Odetta - "Baby, I'm in the Mood for You"
Booker T. Jones - "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
Aaron Neville - "Don't Fall Apart on Me Tonight"
Bill Brandon - "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"

Nina Simone - "I Shall Be Released"
Solomon Burke - "Maggie's Farm"
Bobby Womack - "All Along the Watchtower"
Gary U.S. Bonds - "From a Buick 6"
Merry Clayton - "Rainy Day Women #12 & #35"

Con-Funk Shun - "Mr. Tambourine Man"
Freddie Scott - "I Shall Be Released"
O.V. Wright - "Blowin' in the Wind"
Howard Tate - "Girl from the North County"
Billy Preston - "She Belongs to Me"

The Staple Singers - "Masters of War"
Richie Havens - "Just Like a Woman"
The Isley Brothers - "Lay Lady Lay"
Marion Williams - "I Pity the Poor Immigrant"
Jimi Hendrix - "Drifter's Escape"

Patti Labelle - "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine"
Keb Mo - "The Times They Are A-Changin'"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Lost and Found show for 11/18/10

Black America sings Bob Dylan. Be there. Noon. WMBR.

Late Riser's Club. A fill-in on 11/12/10

The Clash - "This Is Radio Clash"
Girlfriends - "Gov't Seizure"
TSOL - "All Along the Watchtower"
Muck & the Mires - "Saturday Let Me Down Again"
Thee Oh Sees - "I Was Denied"

The Boss Mustangs - "Hazel Holly (Please Come Back)"
The Swinging Neckbreakers - "Little Pink Medicine"
The Misfits - "Hybrid Morning"

SOTD: Autistic Youth - "Idle Hands"

The Mach V - "If I Could"
Edgar Winter - "Frankenstein"
The Mynd Gardeners - "Caramel Sky"
Count Bishops - "Teenage Letter"
Screaming Lord Sutch - "'Cause I Love You"

The Egos - "The Kids Are Getting High"
Barrence Whitfield & the Monkey Hips - "Built Like a Rock"
Penis Flytrap - "Psychotune"
Howlin' Rain - "Death Prayer in Heaven's Orchard"
The Kenne Highland Klan - "She's My Best Bette"

Wheels On Fire - "Cherry Bomb"

11:15: Prism - "Don't Let Him Know"

Red Red Red - "Greatest Hit/Regeneration"
The Maine Coons - "Hey Dickhead"
MOTO - "Dick About It"

The Secret Hearts - "First Time"
The Sword - "The Warp Riders"
The Nerves - "Working Too Hard"
Hammer & the Nails - "Set To Ruin"
Gary Charlson - "Shark"

The Pleasure Seekers - "What A Way to Die"
The Diamond Rings - "Which End Is Up"
The Zeros - "Cosmetic Couple"

Lost & Found playlist for 11/11/10

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

Background music for the show: Max Roach - Max Roach Plus Four

Swamp Dogg - "Sam Stone"
Barbara Lynn - "Take Your Love and Run"
The Pointer Sisters - "Send Him Back"
The True Loves - "Crack Symphony"
Syl Johnson - "Teardrops"

Kool & the Gang - "Summer Madness"
Them - "Don't Look Back"
Bettye Swann - "Tell It Like It Is"
Bobby & Betty Lou - "Sugar"
Ike & Tina Turner - "Sweet Frustrations"

Demon Fuzz - "Another Country"
The Band - "Home Cooking"
Rod Stewart - "True Blue"
Syl Johnson - "Falling In Love Again"
Linda Lyndell - "Bring Your Love Back to Me"

The Blues Cellar:

Son House - "Death Letter"
Otis Rush - "I Can't Quit You, Babe"
Willie King - "Terrorized"
Kid Bailey - "Rowdy Blues"
B.B. King - "Bad Breaks"

Alfedo Linares y su Sonora - "Macedo's Boogaloo"
Syl Johnson - "Sockin' Soul Power"
Phillip & the Faithfuls - "What'Cha Gonna Do?"
Syl Johnson - "One Way Ticket to Nowhere"
Smoky & the Fabulous Blades - "Jerk Baby Jerk"

Gram Parsons - "A Song for You"
Tommy Bolin - "Bustin' Out for Posey"
Irene Reid - "Dirty Old Man"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Monday, November 08, 2010

Thursday, November 04, 2010

2010 Thursday Lost and Found fundraiser breaks ALL RECORDS!

First, and most importantly, a hearty thanks to everyone who even thought about calling and pledging to the show. I know times are tough and I am grateful to all the contributors near and far. The total, so far, is $2,748.10 (updated on 11-10-10). This total is a personal record and it is all b/c of you! If you missed the show itself and you'd still like to pledge you can call the station at 617-253-8810 and tell them that you are pledging to the Thursday Lost & Found or go to and pledge online (just make sure you select Thursday Lost & Found from the drop down menu). Thank! Thank! Thank! I am so humbled by your collective generosity. - CV

Lost & Found playlist for 11/4/10

Don Covay - "Money (That's What I Want)"
Tony Bennett - "With Plenty of Money and You"

Roky Erickson - "Clear Night for Love"
The Fabulous Thunderbirds - "How Do You Spell Love? M-O-N-E-Y"

Cheap Trick - "Lovin' Money"
The Lovin' Spoonful - "Money"

Aretha Franklin - "Money Won't Change You"
B.B. King - "No Money, No Luck Blues"

Slim Harpo - "I Want Money (Keep Your Alibis)"
Little Richard - "Money Is"

Lowell George - "Easy Money"
Allen Toussaint - "Viva La Money"

Lonnie Mack - "Save Your Money"
Elmore James - "Shake Your Money Maker"

The Sonics - "Money"
Ian & the Zodiacs - "No Money, No Honey"

Johnny "Guitar" Watson - "It's All About the Dollar Bill"
Tommy Ridgley - "I Want Some Money Baby"

The Larks - "For the Love of Money"
The Contours - "First I Look at the Purse"

Willie Nelson - "If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time"
Waylon Jennings - "Money"

Lee Fields & the Expressions - "Money I$ King"
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - "Money"

Outro: "Thank You" - The Remains

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

2010 Fundraising!

Hi listeners,

You listen each week, you learn about music, you get free stuff from me like tickets, cds, and books 51 weeks a year, so would you please, please, please, please give me a ring on Thursday from 12 - 2 pm to support the Thursday Lost and Found in particular and WMBR in general?

Please? 617-253-8810

You can pledge on line at if you'd prefer.

Thanks a million,


Thursday, October 28, 2010

Lost & Found playlist for 10/28/10

Intro: "Rock and Roll Show" - Ray Ellsworth

Background music for the show: - The Art Farmer Septet - S/T

The Kinks - "Powerman"
The Action - "Come Around"
The Dave Clark Five - "You Don't Want My Loving"
The Blue Things - "Baby My Heart"
The Remains - "Ain't That Her"

Todd Rundgren - "Too Far Gone"
Emitt Rhodes - "Tame the Lion"
Graham Parker & the Rumour - "You Can't Be Too Strong"
The Leathercoated Minds - "Eight Miles High"
David Bowie - "Andy Warhol"

The Rolling Stones - "Moonlight Mile"
The Yo Yo's - "Leaning On You"
Los Beatniks - "Mirando Al Mar"
The Uniques - "Not Too Long Ago"
The Escorts - "AllI I Want Is You"

Bob Dylan - "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You"
Mourning Sun - "Where' the Love Gone?"

The Blues Cellar:
Bobby "Blue"Bland - "I Pity the Fool"
Lee Moses - "Hey Joe"
Fenton Robinson - "As the Years Go Passing By"
Clark-Hutchinson - "Put You Down"
B.B. King - "How Blue Can You Get"

The Terry's - "Stay Away from Brenda"
Charlie Feathers - "I've Been Deceived"
Gram Parsons - "A Song for You"
Big Star - "Watch the Sunrise"
Roky Erickson - "Cold Night for Love"

Python Lee Jackson - "In a Broken Dream"
Nazz - "Back of Your Mind"
Demon Fuzz - "Message to Mankind"
Oboe - "Mother-In-Law Trouble"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Fundraising Premium?

Hello to the 13 of you who check in on a regular basis. This year for fundrasing, which starts a week from Thursday, I am offering--assuming there are at least 6 of you interested--in a CD club for a pledge of $250. If you pledge that amount, you will receive during the course of the year 6 CDs handpicked by me. Every two months, a new disc will arrive in your mailbox. Sometimes it might be a classic soul band, a new reissue, a found record of the week, or who knows what else?!? It is pricey but it will be worth it as you will be supporting the station, my show, and discovering music you might've missed delivered right to your door. It is a win-win. If you are interested in this, please shoot me an email at or post a comment and I will get back in touch with you.

Also, in honor of my 5th anniversary this past September, I will be offering a complete set of all my shows (I've recorded nearly every Lost & Found program I've ever hosted) for a pledge of $1,000. 5 years worth of broadcasts from my first show to the most recent as of the fundraiser. Needless to say, this is a one or, at most, two person offer.



Thursday, October 21, 2010

Lost & Found playlist for 10/21/10

Intro: "Dueling Banjos" from the Deliverance Soundtrack

Haran Griffin - "Looking for My Pig"
Big Bill Broonzy - "Pig Meat Strut"
Bo Carter - "Pig Meat is What I Crave"
Andre Williams - "Bacon Fat"
Sonny Boy Williams - "I'll Bring Home the Bacon for You, Baby"

The Monks - "Higgle Dy Piggle Dy"
The Kinks - "I'm a Hog for You, Baby"
Brewer & Shipley - "Pig's Head"
Amon Duul 2 - "Pig Man"
Nicky Hopkins - "Pig's Boogie"

Tony Borders - "High on the Hog"
Eddie Kirk - "Hog Killing Time"
Lloyd Price - "Three Little Pigs"
Robert Shaw - "Piggly Wiggly"
Joe Tex - "Looking for My Pig"

The Rutles - "Piggy in the Middle"
The Beatles - "Piggies"
Country Joe McDonald - "Sexist Pig"
The Grease Band - "Willie and the Pig"
Bennie Hess - "Wild Hog Hop"

Moondog - "Pigmy Pig"
Leroy Brown - "Metro Pigs"
Dave Holden - "Hog"
Mickey Murray - "The Pig and the Pussycat"
Otis Redding - "Hawg for You"

Black Sababath - "War Pigs"
Cheech & Chong - "The Three Little Pigs"
Norman Greenbaum - "Canned Ham"
Nina Simone - "Give Me a Pigfoot & a Bottle of Beer"
Jesse Thomas - "Chitt'lins"

Natural Bridge Bunch - "Pig Snoots, Part 1"
Eddie Kirk - "The Hawg, Part One"
Memphis Minnie - "Pig Meat on the Line"
Morocco Music Makers - "Pig Knuckles"

Outro: "Beautiful Pig" - The Clangers

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

An interview with Sharon Jones and the world premier of "The Game Gets Old" video trilogy.


If you've ever heard the needle dropped on a Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings 45, you know how expertly their music invokes the sounds of 60's and early 70's soul. And if you've ever seen them live, you know how effortlessly they can transport you there, like well-dressed deep soul time travelers. Director Philip Di Fiore captured this phenomenon in a three-part short film, which we have here for the first time in it's entirety, "Game Gets Old: the Trilogy."

Feast on that below and then read the chat I had with Sharon Jones over the phone while she was in Queens with her Mom -- we had to put our conversation on hold more than once while Jones took care of business and looked after her Mom's health. It's plain that she's still struggling after all these years but she and independent Brooklyn label, Daptone, have come very far sticking to their guns. We talked about that, along with Martin Luther King, how the Dap-Kings would never touch Auto-Tune, and this dreamy memory she has of seeing James Brown perform in a little club in 1969.
You might remember me from the old days, when I was booking you up in Milwaukee, back in like '03, just before you guys started really blowing up outside of NY. You've come a long way since then.
You know, we did so many shows, but yeah. Yeah, one of the first ones that got us out there, get us started in the Midwest, and then stuff started happening. Oh, yes we finally, we've come a long way. And we still have a long way to go, but yeah. Thank you.

Back then you guys were cutting 45's like "Make it Good to Me" that I still keep right next to the turntable, it's so good. How has your sound changed since then?
Yeah, I haven't sang that song in a long time, too! [laugh] I think, we've changed over the years, from 2003 to now, definitely changed. The band has gotten stronger. The band has gotten tighter. Because, at that time, the drummer was still messing up beats, still learning how to hold a beat, you know? [laughter] And I mean, I remember the first two years, it took him a while, you know, to get the hang of things. So um, yeah, I think we've come along a little bit. You know we, by listening to all these old classics over the years, we just got more ideas. We've got the horns, and then we got violins. Strings to me just add, they make it sweet, you know? We've matured. We've grown.

You grew up in James Brown's hometown in Georgia right?
Actually, I was born in Augusta, but I really grew up in New York. You know, my mom would let us go back south during the summers, after I turned like uh, maybe 7. You know you start going to school she would let us go back and forth every summer, to spend some time with my father.

Ah so just part time. What kind of impression did that town and James Brown leave on you?
One particular year, we had, went down there one of those summers and James Brown showed up at this small little club. I remember him showing up, I was standing at the bottom of the stage. And I know at the time, my father was still alive, I was about 13. I'm standing there, eye level to the stage, and I remember, James Brown coming on -- he just floated clear across the stage. And I was like, "Look Daddy, he's floating!" [laughter] So years later in New York when these guys [The Dap-Kings] were doing this James Brown, JB's thing and wanted me to come in and sing for them it was right up my alley. That's what got them started with the funk, you know, that was the era of funk we started with.

I don't know if you'll go there for me but, who's your favorite Dap-King?
I don't, my favorite Dap-King? I don't have a favorite. [laugh] I don't have a favorite one, because we're a band, we're like a family, you know? I mean, you know what? Maybe, I don't want to make anyone feel bad, but if it wasn't for this Dap-King I wouldn't be with them. And that's Gabe Roth.

You guys have been collaborating with others in recent years, like Amy Winehouse. How are you feeling about her these days?
Well that whole thing was great I mean that, if you really look at it, it put Daptone on the map, people started noticing. Mark [Ronson, who produced Amy Winehouse's critically acclaimed 2006 record "Back to Black," heavily featuring the Dap-Kings] already knew about us, Amy [Winehouse] too. You know we been out here since the late 90's, and all this stuff that happened in 2005. Whether they admit it we inspired all this new soul stuff. It's all good. They won an award for that, but we'll get ours in our own due time.

Who you looking forward to making music with in the future, any projects in the works?
Whoever wants to come! I mean, look at the, the thing with Michael Bublé. That, that was a big plus with his album and [the song] "Baby (You've Got What It Takes)." Um, David Byrne, you know? I've done something with Booker T. I did something collaborating with him on a couple of songs, that's not out yet. I know I'm missing names. We also did this thing, Night of Too Many Stars with Comedy Central for autism. All these movie stars, and actors, and comedians, doing this show, I was thrilled. I would love to do a movie. Maybe we can do a whole soundtrack of a movie. You never know.

Well you did some sound track work for Denzel Washington's film "The Great Debaters."
Yes I have some songs on that soundtrack. And it sounds great!

How did that come about?
You know that was SXSW. And that particular year I didn't want to do it, lot of young kids, and we got to pay for this and that, the hotel, but it was all worth it. Somebody saw me there and then when Denzel was looking for singer, somebody said, "I know this band with a great singer, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings." They got in touch with my manager and had me sing this song, "I Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl." Denzel saw that and next thing I know he said, "I want her." So that's how I got that, by doing a gig at SXSW.

I love the look of this film you guys did with Phillip Di Fiore, the vintage feel it has, how it invokes old Stax and Blue Note record covers.
Yeah it looks cool. When Phillip brought that idea to us, not everyone got it, you know with the knife, that big knife I have [laughter] but I got it. And everyone looks so good.

You guys don't just have a vintage sound, you live it. And I've seen you all dressed up to go out, you even look like you walked out of the late 60's.
[laughs] Oh yeah I used to go to the vintage stores, buy all my dresses, but I haven't been there in years. I have all that stuff made for me like that now.

I caught you on the "Colbert Report" a few months back and you seemed firmly against modernizing your approach. What do you think about all these kids these days listening to music on phones and shit. You all right with that?
Yeah, I mean, we're doing our own thing but that's all right. That's modern times. That's how a lot of kids are hearing us, so that's all right. But, we're sticking to our own thing.

What about Auto-Tune, would we ever Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings put through Auto-Tune?
[laughs] No, not Daptone, we're not interested.

Over Gabe Roth and Neal Sugarman's dead bodies?
Oh my God, I wouldn't even, I wouldn't even ask. Oh my God. I'd have to go into somebody else's record label and sing with somebody else to be singing Auto-Tune soul [laughter].

If you could live inside of a film, what film would that be?
Oh that's something to think about [laugh]. You know what? I would say this, something that I missed coming up, you made me think -- that film would be -- when they filmed Martin Luther King doing his "I Have a Dream" speech. I wasn't there you know? And I never got a chance to be around 'cause I was young. Just to be near that man, right beside him, while he was doing that speech.

Portugal. The Man - "People Say"

Monday, October 18, 2010

Discography Monday

In light of the death of General Johnson, I figured the first discography to feature should obviously be Chairmen of the Board. (This and all future discographies are courtesy of the great site Soulful Kinda Music.)

General Johnson Obituary from the New York Times.

Chairmen Of The Board
Chairmen Of The Board (members General Norman Johnson (born 23-May-1943 in Norfolk, Virginia --- former member of The Showmen), Danny Woods (born 1944 in Atlanta, Georgia), Harrison Kennedy (born in Canada) and Eddie Custis (born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Invictus 9074 - Give Me Just A Little More Time / Since The Days Of Pigtails - 1970 
Invictus 9078 - You've Got Me Dangling On A String / I'll Come Crawling - 1970
Invictus 9079 - Everything's Tuesday / Patches* - 1970 *also recorded in 1970 by Clarence Carter
on Atlantic 2748.
Invictus 9081 - Pay To The Piper / Bless You - 1970
Invictus 9086 - Chairmen Of The Board / When Will She Tell Me She Needs Me - 1970
Invictus 9089 - Hanging On To A Memory / Tricked And Trapped - 1970
Invictus 9093 - Savannah Lady / I'm In Love Darling - 1970
Invictus 9099 - Working On A Building Of Love* / Try My Love For Size – 1970 *lead vocals Danny Woods, session: Thelma Hopkins, Joyce Wright (backing female vocals)
Invictus 9103 - Men Are Getting Scarce / Bravo, Hooray - 1970
Invictus 9105 - Elmo James / Bittersweet – 1972

General Johnson

Invictus 9106 - All We Need Is Understanding / Savannah Lady – 1972

Chairmen Of The Board (members General Johnson, Danny Woods, Harrison Kennedy and Eddie Custis)

Invictus 9122 - Working On A Building Of Love / Everybody's Got A Song To Sing – 1972

Chairmen Of The Board (members General Johnson, Danny Woods and Harrison Kennedy)

Invictus 9126 - Let Me Down Easy / I Can't Find Myself - 1972
Invictus 1251 - Finders Keepers / Finders Keepers (Instrumental) - 1973
Invictus 1252 - Only Time Will Tell / Only Time Will Tell (Instrumental) - 1973
Invictus 1263 - Life & Death / Live With Me, Love With Me - 1974
Invictus 1268 - Everybody Party All Night / Morning Glory (Instrumental) - 1974
Invictus 1271 - Let's Have Some Fun / Love At First Sight - 1974
Invictus 1276 - Skin I'm In / Love At First Sight – 1975

Chairmen Of The Board (members General Johnson, Danny Woods, ................)

Invictus 1278 - Someone Just Like You / You've Got The Extra Added Power In Your Love – 1976

General Johnson 

Arista 0177 – All In The Family / Ready, Willing And Able – 1976
Arista 0192 – We The People / Keep Keepin’ On – 1976
Arista 0203 – Don’t Walk Away / Temperature Rising (Part 2) – 1976
Arista 0234 – Only Love Can Mend A Broken Heart / Patches – 1977
Arista 0264 – Temperature Rising / Let’s Fool Around – 1977
Arista 0359 – Can’t Nobody Love Me Like You Do / Lies – 1978
Ica 023 - Someone Just Like You / Someone Just Like You – 1978 (Promo Issue)  
Ica 023 – Come On In And Dance* / Someone Just Like You – 1979 *session: Danny Woods.  

Chairmen Of The Board feat. General Norman Johnson 
(members General Johnson, Danny Woods and Ken Knox)

Surfside 800414 - On The Beach / Pretty Women - Hey Baby - 1980

General Johnson and The Chairmen Of The Board (members General Johnson, Danny Woods and Ken Knox)

Surfside 800902 - Carolina Girl / Down At The Beach Club - 1980
Surfside 810216 - Summer Love / Summer Love - 1981
Surfside 820215 - Beach Fever / Bird In The Hand - 1982
Surfside 830113 - Shag Your Brains Out / Shag Your Brains Out - 1983
Surfside 830117 - I'd Rather Be In Carolina / When Can I See You Again - 1983
Surfside 840229 - Lover Boy / Hi Dee Hi Dee Ho - 1984
Surfside 850401 - Love Is What You Make It / Love Is What You Make It - 1985
Surfside 870709 - Don't Walk Away / Forever Together - 1987
Surfside 880209 - A Piece Of Candy / A Piece Of Candy - 1988
Surfside 890214 - Gone Fishin' / X - Rated Love - 1989
Surfside 0401901 - I Wanna Doop Doop Doop Your Doo Wop She Doo Wop / Let The Good Times Roll – 1990

The Chairmen Of The Board (members General Johnson, Danny Woods, Harrison Kennedy and Eddie Custis)

Ripete 103 - Give Me Just A Little More Time / Everything's Tuesday – 1990

General Johnson and The Chairmen Of The Board
(members General Johnson, Danny Woods and Ken Knox)

Surfside 910114 - You Don't Know What Love Is / You Don't Know What Love Is - 1991
Surfside 911119 - Christmas Time Is Here / Christmas Time Is Here - 1991
Surfside 920301 - Boy Toy / Boy Toy - 1992
Surfside 920701 - Alive And Kickin' / Alive And Kickin' – 1992
Discography by Bosko Asanovic with additions by Dav

Friday, October 15, 2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Lost & Found playlist for 10/14/10

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

Background music for the show: Gerry Mulligan - Meets Johnny Hodges

Solomon Burke - "Goodybye Baby (Baby Goodbye)"
Percy Milem - "Call On Me"
Jimmy Hughes - "I Want Justice"
The Falcons - "Girl of My Dreams"
The True Loves - "Crack Symphony"

James Carr - "Pouring Water on a Drowning Man"
Eddie Jefferson - "Some Other Time"
Sam Cooke - "Trouble Blues"
Percy Sledge - It Can't Be Stopped"
G. L. Crockett - "Every Good-Bye Ain't Gone"

Found Song of the Week: Kings Go Forth - "High On Your Love" from The Outsiders Are Back

Solomon Burke - "Stupidity"
Bill Moss - "Sock It to 'Em Soul Brother"
The Manhattans - "That New Girl"
R.B. Graves - "Whiter Shade of Pale"

George Jackson - "I Can See Sadness Ahead for Me"

The Blues Cellar:
Jimmy Witherspoon & Brother Jack McDuff - "S.K. Blues"
Otha Turner & the Rising Star Fife & Drum Band - "How Many Mo' Years"
Big Bill Broonzy - "Hush, Somebody's Call Me"
Magic Sam - "21 Days in Jail"
Dusty Brooks - "Whoa Mule"

Candi Staton - "How Can I Put Out the Flame"
Arthur Conley - "Put Out Love Together"
Solomon Burke - "Yes I Do"
Lonesome Lee - "Cry Over Me"
O.V. Wright - "Don't Let My Baby Ride"

The Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding - "Trick or Treat" from Remember Me

Nathaniel Mayer & the Fabulous Twilights - "Well, I've Got News (For You)"
Willie Gauff & the Love Brothers - "Whenever I Can't Sleep"
Wilson Pickett - "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"
Solomon Burke - "Got to Get You Off My Mind"
Gladys Knight & the Pips - "It Should Have Been Me"

Outro: "Make the Road By Walking" - The Menahan Street Band

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

River Gods TONIGHT.

I will be doing an emergency fill in at River Gods tonight with the great Doug Gesler. Great beer, good food, amazing music (well at least from Doug) starting at 9 pm tonight at River Gods in Cambridge.


Friday, October 08, 2010

Little Ann - "Deep Shadows"

New everything...sorta.

Well, I updated all the links on the right hand side (added cool new ones, repaired broken ones) as well as changed the album art for most of the covers adorning my ramshackled walls. If you find something you like here, please, please, please, leave a comment so it doesn't feel like I am working on this only for myself. Ok? Cool.

Starting this Monday, each and every Monday will be Artist Discography Mondays where I will provide to you what is considered at the time of the posting the most up-to-date discography of that featured artist. We'll see how it goes...I don't even know whom to choose first.

Coming this Thursday on the show it''s...wait for it...wait for it...PIGS!

Thursday, October 07, 2010

Two songs.

The Heavy - "How You Like Me Now?"

Dyke and the Blazers - "Let a Woman Be a Woman, Let a Man Be a Man"

Lost & Found playlist for 10/7/10

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

Background music for the show: Don Wilkerson - The Texas Twister

Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul - "(I Got) So Much Trouble In My Mind"
Willie Walker - "If You Never See Me"
The "5" Royals - "The Slummer The Slum"
Bobby "Blue" Bland - "I'll Take Care of You"
Lester Young - "I've Got the Right"

Demon Fuzz - "Disillusioned"
Herbie Hancock - "Watermelon Man"
William Bell - "She Won't Be Like You"
The Lyrics - "So Hard to Get Along"
J.J. Daniels - "Mr. Lonesome"

Doris Allen - "Shell of a Woman"
J.J. Barnes - "I Think I Found a Love"
Eddie Floyd - "If You Gotta Make a Fool of Someone"
O.V. Wright - "Ace of Spades"
Nina Simone - "My Baby Just Cares for Me"

The Blues Cellar:

Bobo Jenkins - "Democrat Blues"
Noah Lewis - "Devil in the Woodpile"
Son House - "Grinnin' in Your Face"
R.L. Burnside - "Goin' Down South"
Howlin' Wolf - "I Asked Her for Water (She Brought Me Gasoline)"

Arthur & Mary - "Let's Get Together"
The Devonnes - "I Couldn't Build a World (With You on the Outside)"
Solomon Burke - "You're Good for Me"
Bessie Banks - "Go Now"
Willie Mitchell - "The Champion Pt. 1"

The Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding - "Think About It" from The Immortal...

Sugar Pie DeSanto - "My Baby's Got Soul"
Darrell Banks - "Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me)"
Major Lance - "Phyllis"
Wendell Watts - "Kiss a Good Thing Goodbye"

Jimmy Briscoe & the Beavers - "My Fallin Angel (You Turned Out to Be a Devil)"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Friday, October 01, 2010

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings - "If You Call"

Lost & Found playlist for 9/30/10

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

Background music for the show: Chris Joss - Sticks

Rufus & Carla Thomas - "'Cause I Love You"
Z.Z. Hill - "Nothing Can Change This Love I Have For You"
Jimmy Interval - "One Sided Love"
The Isley Brothers - "Who's That Lady"
Hank Ballard - "Broadway"

Bobby Womack - "Lookin' for a Love"
The Sounds of Lane - "Tracks to Your Mind"
Nolan - "Somebody's Cryin'"
Bettye LaVette - "Let Me Down Easy"
George Perkins - "A Man in Love"

Tina Turner - "He Belongs to Me"
Jimmy Jones - "The Search Is Over"
Little Ann - "Deep Shadows"
O.V. Wright - "He Made Woman for Man"
The M-Ms & the Peanuts - "Can't Say No"

The Falcons - "I Ain't No Cryin' Man"
Debra Johnson - "To Get Love You've Got To Give Love"

The Blues Cellar:

G.L. Crockett - "Watch My .32"
Charles Brown - "Driftin'"
Smoky Babe - "My Baby Put Me Down"
Henry Johnson - "Be Glad When You're Dead"
B.B. King - "No Money No Luck"

Jimmy Hughes - "You Might As Well Forget Him"
Eddie Floyd - "Something You Got"
Patti LaBelle & the Blue Belles - "Go On (This Is Goodbye)"
Jimmy Briscoe & the Beavers - "Who's Gonna Love You Now"
Sonny Fisher - "Oh Love This Is Sonny"

The Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding - "Try a Little Tenderness" from The Complete & Unbelievable Dictionary of Soul

Clay Hammond - "You Messed Up My Mind"
Spencer Wiggins - "Lonely Man"
El Pauling & Royal Abbit - "Here It 'Tis Right Here"
Chuck Brooks - "Love's Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down (Part 1 & 2)

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

O.V. Wright - "Ace of Spades"

Best. Soul. Singer. Ever.

Mavis Staples - "You Are Not Alone"

Willie Nelson - "Blues Eyes Crying in the Rain"

This song makes me swoon. Someone please pass the bourbon?

Aaron Neville - "Every Day"

Lost & Found playlist for 9/23/10

Intro: "Psicosis" - Geval Trio

Background music for the show: McCoy Tyner Trio - Nights of Ballads and Blues

Mott the Hoople - "All the Young Dudes"
The Bush - "Feeling Sad & Lonely"
The Bruthers - "Don't Forget to Cry"
Nazz - "Not Wrong Long"
T. Rex - "Thunderwing"

Lowland Studio Band - "Trash One"
Mt. Airy - "Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)"
Inside Out - "It Makes You Feel So Bad"
David Bowie - "Stay"
Rain - "You Take Me Higher"

Mavis Staples - "You Are Not Alone"
Ray Charles - "Born to Lose"
Ollie Gilbert - "Pretty Polly Oliver"
The Beatles - "For You Blue"
Le Fleur de Pavot - "Pourquoi l'Amour a Deux"

Footch Kapoot - "One Day at a Time"

The Blues Cellar:

Willie Bryant & His Orchestra - "A Viper's Moan"
Jack Straggers - "Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad"
Mississippi Swampers - "Dark and Lonely Blues"
Rev. Utah Smith - "Two Wings"
Elder Charles Beck - "Rock and Roll Sermon (Part 1 & 2)"

The Kinks - "Where Did the Spring Go?"
The Rolling Stones - "Time Waits for No One"
Willie Nelson - "The Words Don't Fit the Picture"
John Denver - "Baby, You Look Good to Me Tonight"
Poco - "Keep On Tryin'"

Pisces - "Mary"
D.O.A. - "Lady Tell Me Why"
The Llan - "Anytime"
Tom Jones - "If I Give My Soul"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Ben l'Oncle - "Soulman"

Bad Rabbits - "Booties"

Lost & Found playlist for 9/16/10

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

Background music for the show: Coleman Hawkins - The Hawk Flies High

Eddie Jones - "I Can't Stop the Pain"
The Incredibles - "Crying Heart"
Ann Peebles - "Old Man With Young Ideas"
Little Willie John - "My Nerves"
Paul Humphrey & His Cool Aid Chemists - "Detroit"

The Falcons - "Good Good Feeling"
The Kelly Sisters - "Some Girls Will Do Anything"
Sam & Dave - "Can't You Find Another Way"
The Kane Triplets - "Spanish Boy"
Jimmy Wisner - "Choppin' Around"

Betty Wright - "Sweet Lovin' Daddy"
Vicki Hill - "Give Him Up"
Elbie Parker - "Please Keep Away From Me"
Eddy "G" Giles & the Jive 5 - "While I'm Away (Keep the Faith)"
Gladys Knight & the Pips - "Window Cracking Granny"

The Ovations - "The Plumber"
Betty Wright - "Clean Up Woman"
Sam Ward - "Stone Broke"

The Blues Cellar:

Frank Frost - "My Back Scratcher"
Rocky Fuler - "Come On Baby Now"
B.B. King - "FIve Long Years"
The Fieldstones - "Saddle Up My Pony"
Sister Rosetta Tharpe - "Strange Things Happening Every Day"

The Vel Tones - "I Do"
Jerry Butler - "Isle of Sirens"
Jon Kennedy - "Pop-Eye Time"
The Drew-Vels - "Tell Him"
Ben Monroe - "Since You Came Into My Life"

Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding - "A Waste of Time" from The Immortal Otis Redding

Fontella Bass & Bobby McClure - "Don't Jump"
The Pointer Sisters - "Send Him Back"
Joe Baatan - "Latin Strut"
Betty Wright - "It's Hard to Stop"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Gibson Interview w/ Binky Griptite of The Dap Kings

Their website won't let you embed the video here so here is the link. It is worth checking out.

Binky Griptite, emcee and guitarist with Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings recently dropped by the New York Showroom to talk about his favorite Gibson L-7 guitar, touring with Amy Winehouse, his deep respect for James Brown, what it's like playing with fireball Sharon Jones and where he got the name, Binky Griptite.

Lost & Found playlist for 9/9/10

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

Background music for the show: Orgone - The Killian Vaults

The Dells - "Jo Jo"
The Debonairs - "Headache in My Heart"
Richard Barbary - "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"
William Hunt - "Would You Believe"
Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers - "Does Your Mama Know About Me"

The Continental 4 - "The Way I Love You"
Ray Peterson - "You Thrill Me"
The Yo Yo's - "Gotta Find a New Love"
Willie Dixon & the Big Wheels - "Uncle Willie's Got a Thing Going On"
The Impressions - "Seniorita I Love You"

Found Song of the Week: Mavis Staples - "Wrote a Song for Everyone" from You Are Not Alone

Arthur Conley - "I'm Gonna Forget About You"
Jimmy Holiday w/ Clydie King - "Ready, Willing, and Able"
Don Ray Sampson - "Baby Come Back"
The Minits - "Hook, Line, and Sinker"

Bobby Bland - "Honey Child"
Homer Banks - "A Lot of Love"
Spencer Wiggins - "I'm a Poor Man's Son"
Ray Gant & the Arabian Knights - "I Need a True Love"

The Blues Cellar:

Bukka White - "Aberdeen Mississippi Blues"
John Lee Hooker - "My Baby's Got Something"
Jean Brady & Big Bill Broonzy - "Knockin' Myself Out"
Tommy Brown - "V-8 Lady"
R.L. Burnside - "My Time Ain't Long"

The Hytones - "You Don't Even Know My Name"
El Anthony - "We've Been In Love Too Long"
Margie Joseph - "One More Chance"
Melvin Davis - "I Must Love You"
Diamond Joe - "How to Pick a Winner"

Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding - "Ton of Joy" from The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul Complete and Unbelievable

Rosco Gordon - "Let 'Em Try"
James Carr - "Row, Row Your Boat"
The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - "Love Land"
Oboe - "Mother-In-Law Trouble"

Ted Ford - "Please Give Me Another Chance"
Act One - "Goodbye Love (We're Through)"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Fitz and the Tantrums - "MoneyGrabber"

Lost & Found playlist for 9/2/10

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

Background music for the show: Dubkasm - Transformed in Dub

Sherif & the Ravels - "Shombalor"
Percy Sledge - "The Angels Listened In"
Luther Ingram - "Since You Don't Want Me"
George McGregor & the Bronzettes - "Temptation is So Hard to Fight"
The Kaldirons - "To Love Someone (Who Don't Love You)"

Jeb Stewart - "The Greasy Frog"
Lulu Reed - "What Makes You So Cold"
The Exciters - "Number One"
B.B. Seaton - "Thin Line Between Love and Hate"
Archie Bell & the Drells - "(There's Gonna Be a) Showdown"

Found Song of the Week: Fitz & the Tantrums - "Pickin' Up the Pieces"

Willie & the Mighty Magnificents - "Funky 8 Corners"
The Valentinos - "Lookin' for a Love"
Jesse James - "Are You Gonna Leave Me?"
O.V. Wright - "Precious, Precious"

Lloyd Nolan - "I Don't Know About You"
Herbie Mann - "Memphis Underground"

The Blues Cellar:

T-Bone Walker - "Why My Baby (Keep Bothering Me)"
Tuff Green - "Let's Go to the Liquor Store"
B.B. King - "Worry"
Sam Chatmon - "I Have to Paint My Face"
Lil' Green - "What Have I Done"

James Carr - "You Got My Mind Messed Up"
Brenda Holloway - "Land of a Thousand Boys"
Bettye Swann - "Tell It Like It Is"
Tony Borders - "Love and a Friend"
Steve Mancha - "Keep the Faith"

Otis Redding Song of the Week: Otis Redding - "Direct Me" from Love Man

Jimmy Holiday - "How Can I Forget?"
The Dynamics - "I Want to Thank You"
Unknown - "It's Really Alright"
Aaron Neville - "I've Done It Again"

Carol Ford - "Your Well Ran Dry"
The Ovations - "I Believe I'll Go Back Home"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Lost & Found playlist for 8/26/10

Remembering Hurricane Katrina 5 Years Later

Intro: "Welcome to New Orleans" - Galatic

Kermit Ruffins - "Drop Me Off in New Orleans"
Walter Washington - "Soul Power"
Danny White - "The Twitch"
Irma Thomas - "Break-A-Way"
Geno Delafonse & the French Rockin' Boogie - "Canaille"

Ernie K-Doe - "Here Come the Girls"
Professor Longhair - "Tipitina"
Dr. John & Ronnie Barron - "Talk That Talk"
Jelly Roll Morton & His New Orleans Jazzmen - "I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say"
Clifton Chenier - "The Big Wheel (Squeeze Box Shuffle)"

Fats Domino - "The Fat Man"
Troy Andrews - "Ooh Poo Pah Doo"
Allen Toussaint - "Happy Times"
Ellis Marsalis - "Dr. Jazz"
Little Mr. Midnight - "Got a Brand New Baby"

Percy Mayfield - "Louisiana"
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band - "St. James Infirmary"
The Meters - "Out in the Country"
Snooks Eaglin - "Red Beans"
Aaron Neville - "Over You"

Buckwheat Zydeco - "Zydeco Boogaloo"
Eddie Bo - "I Found a Little Girl"
Lee Dorsey - "Four Corners"
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feet Warmers - "Preachin' Blues"
Louis Armstrong - "(What Did I Do To Be So) Black & Blue"

Boozoo Chavis - "Dog Hill"
Ernie & the Top Notes - "Dap Walk"
Joe Liggins & the Honeydrippers - "Going Back to New Orleans"
Allen Toussaint - "Soul Sister"

Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven - "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?"

Friday, August 27, 2010

Hey, let's put on Christopher...

I think I'd pick to be a copy of Memphis Unlimited! Have your ashes turned into a vinyl LP.

New Orleans playlist coming shortly.


Monday, August 23, 2010

Looking for something to do on Wednesday night?

Don't forget about this.


Lost & Found playlist for 8/19/10

Intro: "Rock and Roll Show" - Ray Ellsworth

The Rolling Stones - "Let It Loose"
Honeybus - "Delighted to See You"
Big Star - "Psychedelic Stuff"
The J. Geils Band - "Monkey Island"
Darrell Glenn - "Hoo Doo the Voo Doo"

Be-Bop Deluxe - "Maid in Heaven"
Parish Hall - "We're Gonna Burn Together"
Todd Rundgren - "Who's That Man?"
Xit - "I Was Raised"
The Fishman - "The Thunder Bolts"

Hermanos Huesca - "La Bamba"
McGuinness Flint - "Friends of Mine"
The Velvet Underground - "After Hours"
Velvet Opera - "Black Jack Davy"
Frijid Pink - "Sailor"

Talking Heads - "Oh-oh, Love Comes to Town"
The Kinks - "Alcohol"
The Easybeats - "Mandy"
The Ingoes - "I Don't Want You"
Roky Erickson & the Aliens - "The Interpreter"

Warren Zevon - "The French Inhaler"
Mott the Hoople - "Original Mixed-Up Kid"
Unicorn - "Electric Night"
Goose Creek Symphony - "Plans of the Lord"
Henry McCullough - "Mind Your Own Business!"

The Nerves - "One Way Ticket"
The Rubinoos - "Leave My Heart Alone"
Freddie & the Freeloaders - "Patty"
Gulliver - "Everyday's a Lovely Day"
Stranger - "Hey, Mr. Lonely Man"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Lost & Found playlist for 8/12/10

With guest DJ Max Duggan.

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

Howlin' Wolf - "Spoonful"
Los Guerrilleros - "Ay Che Camino"
George Washington Phillips - "What Are They Doin' In Heaven Today?"
Los Bravos - "Rudy's In Love"
Lazy Smoke - "Sarah Saturday"

Owen Gray - "Give Me Little Sign"
The Summer Sounds - "The Leaves Are Turning Brown"
Donovan Careless - "Be Thankful"
Aluminum Dream - "Strangers Calling"
Byron Lee & the Dragonaires - "The Law"

Flat Earth Society - "Midnight Hour"
Count Lasher & Lynn Taitt w/ Baba Brooks Band - "Hooligans"
Richard John Smith - "Baby's Got Another" (Extended Club Mix)
Ray Camacho & the Tear Drops - "Si Si Puede"
Inner Life - "I Like It Like That"

Guy Pedersen - "We Love You"
Boscoe - "Money Won't Save You"
Phil Upchurch - "Voodoo Chile"
Brute Force - "Do It Right Now"
Billy Ball & the Upsetters - "Tighten Up Tighter"
Billie Holiday - "Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do"

Earl St. Joseph - "Eastern Promise"
Anita O'Day & Cal Tjader - "Peel Me a Grape"
Ray Richards - "Death Rides a Horse"
Shirley Bassey - "You and I"
Dave Pike Set - "Spooky"
Karmello Brooks - "Tell Me Baby"

Los Mirlos - "Sonido Amazonico"
Barbara Mason - "Keep Him"
Bill Doggett - "The Worm"
The Fascinations - "The Girls Are Out to Get You"
Brother Dan's All Stars - "Eastern Organ"
Bunker Hill - "The Girl Can't Dance"

The Peace - "I Need Mercy"

A great show and some great taste displayed by the 19-year old...thanks, Max!