Friday, March 06, 2015

Lost & Found playlist for 2/5/15

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

Background music for the show: Red Garland - Red Garland's Piano

J.J. Jackson - "But It's Alright"
Stevie Wonder - "Can I Get a Witness"
Lavert Allison - "Please Send Me Someone to Love"
Mel Brown - "Greasy Spoon"
Nathaniel Rivers - "The Wicked Shall Cease from Troubling"

The Deuces of Rhythm w/ the Tempo Toppers - "Ain't That Good News"
Don Covay & the Goodtimers - "Take This Hurt Off Me" [R.I.P. Don Covay]
Etta James - "Be Honest With Me"
Bobby "Blue" Bland - "Honey Child"
Dolly Parton - "In the Ghetto"

George Jackson - "Doesn't It Make Sense to You"
The Ovations - "Won't You Call"
Tony Joe White - "I've Got a Thing About You Baby"
Percy Mayfield - "Lost Love"
Elvis Presley - "Rubberneckin'"

The Fixin'-To-Die Rag: Bill Moss & the Celestials - "Welcome the Boys Home"

Johnny Nash - "Hold Me Tight"
Archie McKay - "Pick Up the Pieces"
The Bermuda Strollers - "Stick With Me"
The Equals - "She Reminds Me of Spring in the Winter"

Wilson Pickett - "Nothing You Can Do"
Johnny Darrow - "Love is a Nightmare"
The Five Fabulous Demons - "You Better Come Home"
Bliss - "Gangster of Love" from 2015 HDM release The Best Arizona Garage Bands 1967-1970
Kenny Graham's Afro Cubists - "Rockin' in Rhythm"

Simon White's Little Richard Lost & Found: "She's Together"

Lee Williams & the Cymbals - "A Girl from a Country Town"
George Jackson & Dan Greer - "Coming Home to You Baby"
Bobby Womack & the Brotherhood - "Home Is Where the Heart Is"
The O'Jays - "Time to Get Down"

Solomon Burke - "I Really Don't Want to Know"
O.C. Smith - "On Easy Street"
Barbara Lynn - "This Is the Thanks I Get"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers