Monday, October 31, 2011

What up-ski?

Howdy,

It has been a strange coupla weeks around here. On 10/20, I had a work issue to deal with and had to have Bob Dubrow cover the show. (Thanks, Bob!) Last week, the 27th, I had my final 2010 pledger do his radio show so I didn't really do the show myself. This Thursday, the 3rd, is my day for fundraising. I hope y'all will call in or via the internets and donate to my show or just the station in general. All pledgers to my show will receive a special premium that won't be announced on the air. All? Yup, all. Even if you pledge $5.00 you'll get the special Thursday Lost and Found premium. I just won't be talking about it...so consider yourself in the know. Also, another premium I have and will be giving to the highest pledger is a pair of tickets to see Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings on Thursday night in Portland, ME. I might even be willing to babysit for you if are a friend and would like a night out with your significant other. We will see.

Finally, I've started a Twitter feed for the show/website. Follow me. I will be giving tips on music, tickets, other shit y'all should know about. Just click the little button on the sidebar there and you are in like Flynn (whoever Flynn is).

Talk to you on Thursday, I hope and pray.


C

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Lost & Found playlist for 10/13/11

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

Background music for the show: The Field - Looping State of Mind

Little Richard - "The Second Line"
The M.G.'s - "Sugarcane"
Jackie Day - "If I'd Lose You"
Smokey Robinson - "Wanna Know My Mind"
The Apostles of Music - "Wade in the Water"

Melvin Van Peebles - "Come Raising Your Leg On Me"
Warren Zevon - "Frank and Jesse James"
"Spider" John Koerner - "Running, Jumping, Standing Still"
Todd Rundgren - "A Long Time, A Long Way to Go"
Billy Preston - "As I Get Older"

Found Song of the Week: Meyer Hawthorne - "The Walk" from How Do You Do

Gladys Knight & the Pips - "Window Raising Granny"
Etta James - "(I Don't Need Nobody to Tell Me) How to Treat My Man"
Ernie Hines - "Sugar Plum (Gimme Some)"
Bobby "Blue" Bland - "Lead Me On"

Michael Gregory Jackson - "Clarity"
Tavares - "Whodunit"
Demon Fuzz - "Hymn to Mother Earth"
O.V. Wright - "Rhymes"
Wilson Pickett - "Trust Me"

The Rolling Stones - "Long, Long While"

Leftcoast Leftover from the Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man, Patrick Bryant: Bloodstone - "Damn that rock 'n' roll (Bo Diddley/Daddy Diddley)" medley from the 1972 LP Natural High on London

Mulatu Astatke - "Yegelle Tetzeta"
Lester Young - "I Got the Right"
Mike & the Censations - "I Need Your Lovin'"

Jr. Walker & the All Stars - "These Things Will Keep Me Loving You"
Len Barry - "I Struck It Rich"
Sugar Pie DeSanto - "Mama Didn't Raise No Fools"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Friday, October 07, 2011

Lost & Found playlist for 10/6/11

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

Background music for the show: V/A - The Thriller Memorandum

The Velvert Turner Group - "Talkin' 'Bout My Baby" (Soul Mix)
Boogaloo Joe Jones - "Brown Bag"
Gil Scott-Heron - "The Needle's Eye"
Jon Kane - "Soulful Lady"
G.L. Crockett - "Watch Me .32"

Little Richard - "Milky White Way"
R.L. Burnside - "Goin' Down South"
The Jimmy Castor Bunch - "Troglodyte (Cave Man)"

Found Song of the Week: J.C. Brooks & the Uptown Sound - "I Got High" from Want More

Nazz - "Tighten Up"

The Uniques - "All These Things"
 
The Leftcoast Leftover with the Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man, Patrick Bryant: The 3 Pieces - "I Need You Girl" from Vibes of Truth (Fantasy, 1975)

Mick Jagger - "Don't Tear Me Up"
Sun Ra - "I Am Strange"
Lou Johnson - "Gypsy Woman"

The Blues Cellar:

Willie Dixon - "Spoonful"
Driftin' Slim - "Standing Around Crying"
Jimmy Reed - "Shame, Shame, Shame"
Larry Davis - "The Whole World's Down on You"
Robert Johnson - "Phonograph Blues"

Mike & the Censations - "Don't Mess With Me"
Alton Ellis - "Dance Crasher"
The Chambers Brothers - "I Can't Stand It"
The Pac-Kays - "Greasy Pumpkin"
Doris Duke - "I Don't Care Anymore"

Freddie Scott - "(You) Got What I Need"
Joe Bataan - "Young, Gifted, and Brown"
Nina Simone - "I Shall Be Released"
Phil Upchurch - "The Way I Feel"
The Wallace Brothers - "Thanks A Lot"
Bo Diddley - "No More Lovin'"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Monday, October 03, 2011

Lost & Found playlist for 9/29/11

Rubber Soul-ville 2. Soul, jazz, and blues covers of the Beatles.














Intro: "The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist" - Freddy King

Background music for the show: George Benson - The Other Side of Abbey Road

Junior Parker - "Taxman"
Wee Willie Walker - "Ticket to Ride"
Fats Domino - "Lady Madonna"
Maxine Brown - "We Can Work it Out"
James Brown - "Something"

Nina Simone - "Revolution [Part 1 & 2]"
R.B. Greaves - "Paperback Writer"
Booker T. & the M.G.'s - "Michelle"
Donald Height - "Don't Let Me Down"
The Supremes - "You Can't Do That"

The Brothers Johnson - "Come Together"
The Overton Berry Trio - "Hey Jude"
Ike & Tina Turner - "Let It Be"
Roy Redmond - "Good Day Sunshine"
Earth, Wind, and Fire - "Got to Get You Into My Life"

The Vibrations - "And I Love Her"
Big Maybelle - "Ellenor Rigby" (sic)
Ramsey Lewis - "Cry Baby Cry"
Edwin Starr - "My Sweet Lord"
Peter Tosh - "Here Comes the Sun"

The Moments - "Rocky Racoon"
The Meters - "Come Together"
Harvey Averne - "I Feel Fine"
The Main Ingredient - "Get Back"
Natalie Cole - "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"

Gladys Knight & the Pips - "The Long and Winding Road"
The Four Tops - "The Fool on the Hill"
Al Green - "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
George Benson - "The End"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers