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?"