Friday, August 18, 2006

August 18, 2006, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Today's songs were played in alphabetical order.
1. Rolling Stones - All Sold Out (CD, 1966)
[2. Arthur Alexander - Rainbow Road (CD, 1972) -- oops, wrong song!]
3. Arthur Alexander - Burning Love (CD, 1972)
4. Smokey Robinson & Miracles - Choosey Beggar (CD, 1965)
5. Goodees - Condition Red (CD, 1969)
6. Bobby Bland - Don't Cry No More (CD, 1961)
7. Jackie DeShannon - Effervescent Blue (CD, 1968)
8. Jimi Hendrix - Freedom (CD, 1970)
9. P.F. Sloan - From a Distance (45, 1966)
10. Little Milton - Grits Ain't Groceries (CD, 1969)
11. Baby Jane & Rockabyes - Half Deserted Street (CD, 1963)
12. Lenny Miles - Invisible (CD, 1961)
13. Doris Troy - Jacob's Ladder (LP, 1970)
14. Donovan - Jersey Thursday (CD, 1967)
15. Beatles - Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand (LP, 1964)
16. Eddie Hodges - Love Minus Zero (45, 1965)
17. Caravan - Memory Lain, Hugh (CD, 1973)
18. Crazy World of Arthur Brown - Nightmare (45, 1968)
19. Nick Drake - One of These Things First (CD, 1970)
20. Dion - Purple Haze (LP, 1969)
21. In Crowd - Questions and Answers (45, 1966)
22. Tamiko - Rhapsody (CD, 1964)
23. Gene Clark - Silver Raven (CD, 1974)
24. Gentrys - Spread It On Thick (45, 1966)
25. Fred Neil - That's the Bag I'm In (CD, 1967)
26. Exits - Under the Street Lamp (45, 1967)
27. Tams - Untie Me (CD, 1962)
28. Kinks - Village Green (CD, 1968)
29. Lulu & Dixie Flyers - Vine Street (LP, 1970)
30. Al Wilson - Who Could Be Lovin' You (Other Than Me) (LP, 1969)
31. Ireen Sheer - Xanadu (CD, 1980)
32. P.P. Arnold - Yesterday (LP, 1968)
33. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Zabadak (45, 1968)

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alex,

Kudos to you for playing Lenny Miles' "Invisible." I was introduced to this track earlier this year when my grandmom gave me a bunch of my deceased grandfather's records from the '60s. What a stellar example of early '60s Uptown Soul! It's a brilliant record. He also has another single from the same period called "In Between Tears," where--again--he sounds like Chuck Jackson's doppelganger.

Anyway, All The Best,

Damon Levine

1:14 PM  
Anonymous Hermione Beard said...

October 17, 2006.

I am just learning of the passing of Doris Troy. I had the privilege of performing in "Mama, I Want To Sing," at the Music Hall in Detroit, Michigan with Ms. Troy in 1987 and was in awe of her talent and performances each night of the Detroit run. Doris Troy and her song "Just One Look" are "Timeless Musical Treasures" that will never be forgotten.

Sincerely,

Hermione Beard

8:03 AM  

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