Friday, June 29, 2007

June 29, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

All selections were on Billboard's Pop singles chart exactly 40 years ago (week ending July 1, 1967).
01. Clarence Carter - Thread the Needle (CD)
02. Ike & Tina Turner - I'll Never Need More Than This (CD)
03. Soul Brothers Six - Some Kind of Wonderful (CD)
04. Walter Jackson - Deep in the Heart of Harlem (45)
05. James Carr - Let It Happen (CD)
06. David & Jonathan - She's Leaving Home (45)
07. Yellow Balloon - Good Feelin' Time (CD)
08. Electric Prunes - Dr. Do Good (CD)
09. Stephen Monahan - City of Windows (LP)
10. Bobby Powell - Why (Am I Treated So Bad) (45)
11. Fantastic Four - You Gave Me Something (And Everything Is All Right) (45)
12. J.J. Barnes - Baby, Please Come Back Home (45)
13. Pieces of Eight - Lonely Drifter (45)
14. Toussaint McCall - I'll Do It For You (CD)
15. Glories - I Stand Accused (Of Loving You) (45)
16. Crispian St. Peters - You Were on My Mind (45)
17. Moby Grape - Omaha (CD)
18. Wildweeds - No Good to Cry (45)
19. Parliaments - (I Wanna) Testify (CD)
20. Brenton Wood - The Oogum Boogum Song (LP)
21. Oscar Toney, Jr. - For Your Precious Love (CD)
22. Smokey Robinson & Miracles - More Love (CD)
23. Ray Charles - Here We Go Again (45)
24. Sagittarius - My World Fell Down (CD)
25. Choir - It's Cold Outside (CD)
26. Tommy James & Shondells - I Like the Way (CD)
27. Nancy Sinatra - You Only Live Twice (CD)
28. Solomon Burke - Take Me (Just As I Am) (CD)
29. Wilson Pickett - Soul Dance Number 3 (CD)
30. Brenda & Tabulations - Who's Lovin' You (CD)
31. Sam & Dave - Soothe Me (LP)
32. Kinks - Mr. Pleasant (LP)
33. Herman's Hermits - Don't Go Out in the Rain (CD)
34. Dusty Springfield - Give Me Time (CD)
35. Procol Harum - Whiter Shade of Pale (CD)

Thursday, June 28, 2007

CDV playlist for 6/28/07

The Summer of Soul: Part the Fifth

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

Background music for the show: The Curtis Counce Group - Carl's Blues

Ted Taylor - "Be Ever Wonderful"
Willie Hobbs - "Where Did I Go Wrong?"
Johnny Ace - "Cross My Heart"
Jimmy Church - "I Don't Care Who Knows It"
The Isley Brothers - "I Say Love"
The Visitors - "Until You Came Along"
Dry Bread - "Words to My Song"
The Heptones - "One Love"
Augustine Ramirez - "Pack My Bag"
The Budos Band - "Chicago Falcon"
Alter Ray Black - "Just Because The Package Has Been Unwrapped"
Percy Sledge - "It Tears Me Up"
Otis Redding & Carla Thomas - "Are You Lonely For Me Baby"
Lattimore Brown - "Otis is Gone"
The Unifics - Got to Get You"
The Tikis - "One More Chance"
Joe Tex - "I Gotcha"
The Hesitations - "Overworked and Underpaid"
Leon Peterson - "Now You're On Your Own"
Betty Davis - "Shoo-B-Doop & Cop Him"
The Soul Searchers - "Funk to the Folks"
Solomon Burke - "Party People"
Ted Ford - "Please Give Me Another Chance"
Van & Titus - "Cry Baby Cry"
Margie Hendrix - "9i Got) Your Mama's Recipe"
Sam Baker - "Something Tells Me"
Earl Gaines - "That's How Strong My Love Is"
Geater Davis - "I've Got to Pay the Price"
The Dynamics - "I Don't Want Nobody to Lead Me On"
Jimmy Hughes - "I Like Everything About You"
O.V. Wright - "When You Took Your Love From Me"
Allen Toussaint - "Last Train"
Fontella Bass - "Who You Gonna Blame?"
Roscoe Shelton - "I Know Your Heart Has Been Broken"
R.B. Greaves - "This Is Soul"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Playlist by your host, Larry Miller

Sum-sum-sum-sum-sum-sum-summertime...

First of all, let's redo the One Way Out set that got cut short two weeks ago.

G.L. Crockett: "It's a Man Out There"
Sonny Boy Williamson: "One Way Out"
Allman Brothers Band: "One Way Out" (Live- Eat a Peach)

Interview with Paul Kantner of Jefferson Starship by Eli Polonsky
Jefferson Starship: "Have You Seen The Stars Tonight?"

The 40th Anniversary Summer of Love Tour:

Quicksilver Messenger Service: "Song for Frisco"
Big Brother and the Holding Company: "Mr. Natural" (Post JJ linup- Sam Andrew, vocals)
Grateful Dead: "St. Stephen" (Tom Constanten, keyboards; '71 remix)
It's a Beautiful Day: "Creed of Love" (Choice Quality Stuff LP)
Jefferson Starship: "There WIll Be Love" (Red Octopus: arrgh- too pop!)

What if there had been another Monterey Pop Festival in 1968? Who might've have played?

Cream: "Those were the Days"
The Doors: "5 to 1"
Steppenwolf: "Hoochie Coochie Man"
Creedence Clearwater Revival: "I Put A Spell On You"

Fleetwood Mac: "Black Magic Woman"
Jethro Tull: "Cat's Squirrel"
Pink Floyd: "Astronomy Domine"

Procol Harum: "Shine on Brightly"
Moody Blues: "Legend Of A Mind"
Donovan: "Atlantis"
Traffic: "Pearly Queen"

Well, that would have been cool...

Don't forget: the "Summer Of Love 40'th Anniversary Tour" - (benefit for "First Aid For Our Troops") - Jefferson Starship w/original Jefferson Airplane members Paul Kantner & Marty Balin, Big Brother & The Holding Company w/original members Sam Andrew, Dave Getz & Peter Albin, Quicksilver Messenger Service w/original members David Frieberg & Gary Duncan, "It's A Beautiful Day" w/original members David & Linda LaFlamme & Val Fuentes, Tom Constanten (Grateful Dead keyboardist 1968-1971) - The Fairgrounds, Northampton, MA

Plus Eli Polonsky, Bob Dubrow and me, Larry Miller will be there, hanging out and maybe Emceeing. See you there!

For more info, go here: http://www.firstaidforourtroops.org

Friday, June 22, 2007

June 22, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

It's Summer!
01. Jamies - Summertime, Summertime (CD, 1958 & 1962)
02. Fantastic Baggys - Summer Means Fun (LP, 1965)
03. Carly Simon - Summer's Comin' Around Again (LP, 1971)
04. Astrud Gilberto - So Nice (Summer Samba) (CD, 1966)
05. Ventures - Theme from 'A Summer Place' (CD, 1969)
06. Danleers - One Summer Night (CD, 1958)
07. Ruby & Romantics - My Summer Love (CD, 1963)
08. Tymes - The Magic of Our Summer Love (CD, 1964)
09. Robin Ward - Wonderful Summer (CD, 1963)
10. Monty Kelly - Summer Set (CD, 1960)
11. Lesley Gore - Summer and Sandy (CD, 1967)
12. Marianne Faithfull - Summer Nights (LP, 1965)
13. Dusty Springfield - Summer Is Over (CD, 1964)
14. Jimmie Rodgers - The Long Hot Summer (LP, 1965)
15. Kenny Ball - Green Leaves of Summer (CD, 1962)
16. Dave Clark Five - Here Comes Summer (CD, 1970)
17. Beach Boys - All Summer Long (CD, 1964)
18. Love Generation - Groovy Summertime (45, 1967)
19. Fifth Dimension - On the Beach (In the Summertime) (45, 1970)
20. Dave Edmunds - Summertime (LP, 1968)
21. Quincy Jones - Summer in the City (LP, 1973)
22. Shangri-Las - Sweet Sounds of Summer (CD, 1967)
23. Skeeter Davis - Summer Sunshine (CD, 1966)
24. Joanie Sommers - Don't Pity Me (CD, 1965)
25. Lee Hazlewood & Suzi Jane Hokum - Summer Wine (CD, 1967)
26. Yardbirds - White Summer (CD, 1967)
27. Al Wilson - Summer Rain (LP, 1968)
28. Barry McGuire - Cloudy Summer Afternoon (CD, 1966)
29. Shades of Blue - Lonely Summer (CD, 1966)
30. Joan Baez - Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer (LP, 1975)
31. Henry Mancini - The Summer Knows (LP, 1972)
32. Poco - Indian Summer (LP, 1982)
33. Temptations - It's Summer (CD, 1971)
34. Eddie Rambeau - Summertime Guy (45, 1962)
35. Alex Chilton - Summertime Blues (EP, 1978)
36. Kool & Gang - Summer Madness (CD, 1975)
37. Nat King Cole - That Sunday That Summer (CD, 1963)

Thursday, June 21, 2007

CDV's Lost and Found playlist for 6/21/07

The Summer of Soul: Part the Forth

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

Background music for the show: Quincy Jones - Big Band Bossa Nova

William Bell - "True Love Don't Come Easy"
Stevie Wonder - "Jesus Children of America"
The Soul of John Black - "The Hole"
Lou Johnson - "It's In the Wind"
James & Bobby Purify - "Morning Glory"
Charles Wright - "Here Comes the Sun"
The Dynamics - "I Don't Want Nobody to Lead Me On"
The Arrows - "Bring Back the One I Love"
Commands - "No Time For You"
Jerry Butler - "I'm a Telling You"
Jackie Wilson - "I Still Love You"
The Dappers - "I Bring Home the Bacon"
The Escorts - "I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow"
Jimmy James & the Vagabonds - "Come to Me Softly"
The Hockadays - "Hold On Baby"
Lee Williams & the Cymbals - "Lost Love"
Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces - "Chained to Your Heart"
Cicero Blake - "A Woman Needs to Be Loved"
The Dynamics - "Since I Lost You"
Baby Ray - "Saving My Love For You"
Oscar Toney, Jr. - "He Don't Love You"
Mighty Doug Haynes - "Can I Change My Mind"
Maxine Brown - "Gotta Find a Way"
Willie Mitchell - "Soul Finger"
Russell Cohen y La New York - "I'm Gonna Leave You"
Ismael Rivera - "Lo Ultimo en La Avienda"
The T.S.U. Tornadoes - "What Good Am I?"
Tyrone Davis - "Happiness Is Being with You"
James Carr - "What Can I Call My Own"
Wilbert Harrison - "My Dream"
The Dramatics - "Fair Love"
Joseph Moore - "I Still Can Get to You"
Bob & Earl - "Big Brother"
The Cadillacs - "Woe Is Me"
Curt Willis & the Magnatones - "Since I Met You Baby"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

June 20, 2007, playlist with host Charlie Kohlhase

01. Marvin Gaye - One More Heartache (LP)
02. Pookie Hudson - This Gets to Me (CD)
03. Gene Pitney - It Hurts to Be in Love (LP)
04. Dusty Springfield - All Cried Out (CD)
05. Otis & Carla - Are You Lonely for Me Baby (LP)
06. Rolling Stones - I Wanna Be Your Man (CD)
07. Marianne Faithfull - I'm a Loser (LP)
08. Beatles - Can't Buy Me Love (BBC, CD)
09. Odell Brown & Organizers - Daytripper (LP)
10. Betty Lavette - What Condition My Condition Is In (CD)
11. Underdogs - Love's Gone Bad (CD)
12. Paul Revere & Raiders - Kicks (LP)
13. Brotherhood - Destination Unknown (LP)
14. Captain Beefeheart - Crazy Little Thing (LP)
15. Small Faces - Itchykoo Park (45)
16. Donovan - Wear Your Love Like Heaven (LP)
17. Staple Singers - For What It's Worth (LP)
18. Isley Brothers - Love the One You're With (LP)
19. Four Tops - Walk Away Renee (LP)
20. Left Banke - Pretty Ballerina (45)
21. Stevie Wonder & Dorothy Ashby - If It's Magic (LP)
22. Nico - Prologue/Lawns of Dawns (LP)
23. Beach Boys (Brian Wilson) - Caroline No (CD)
24. Beach Boys - Til I Die (LP)
25. Freddie Scott - Hey Girl (CD)
26. James Brown - Got to Cry (45)
27. Lovin' Spoonful - Butchie's Tune (LP)
28. Michael Nesmith - Joanne (45)
29. Freddie North - If This Is the Last Time (LP)
30. Ray Charles - Rainy Night in Georgia (LP)
31. Chris Clark - I Want to Go Back There Again (CD)
32. Jackie Ross - Take Me for a Little While (LP)
33. Frankie Karl & Dreams - Don't Be Afraid (CD)

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Tuesday June 19, 2007 playlist - Eli Polonsky

Most of today's show was dedicated to featuring two bands who will be appearing in concert this Friday night June 22'nd at The Regent Theatre here in Arlington, MA. British progressive folk-rock group The Strawbs who will be performing in their original 1974 electric lineup, and Orpheus Reborn, a new band including four members of late 60's Boston band Orpheus.

During the first hour of the show I aired a pre-recorded phone interview with Dave Cousins, founding member and leader of The Strawbs, and in the second hour I was visited live in the studio by Harry Sandler of Orpheus Reborn.

01. The Strawbs - Heroine's Theme (1974)
Dave Cousins interview segment
02. Dave Cousins - Mother Luck (new solo CD)
Dave Cousins interview segment
03. Sandy Denny (w/The Strawbs) - Who Knows Where The Time Goes (1967)
Dave Cousins interview segment
04. The Strawbs - Where Is This Dream Of Your Youth (1970, w/Rick Wakeman)
Dave Cousins interview segment
05. The Strawbs - Grave New World (1972)
Dave Cousins interview segment
06. The Strawbs - The Life Auction (1974)

07. It's A Beautiful Day - Hot Summer Day (request)
08. Big Brother & The Holding Company - Ball And Chain (from Monterey Pop)

Harry Sandler interview segment
09. Orpheus Reborn - Can't Find The Time (2005)
Harry Sandler interview segment
10. Orpheus Reborn - I Want To Be Your Lover (2005)
Harry Sandler interview segment
11. Orpheus Reborn - One Day At A Time (2005)

12. Nick Drake - River Man (b.6/19/48 d.11/25/74)
13. Buffalo Springfield - On The Way Home

It's Larry Miller next Tuesday, I'll see you on July 3'rd!
Thanks for listening,
Eli Polonsky
eli@wmbr.org

Monday, June 18, 2007

June 18, 2007 40th Anniversary Monterey Pop Fest Special w/ Host Bob Dubrow and Guest Host Larry Miller

Whew! We did it! The playlist for today's 5 1/2 hour live audio commemoration of the Monterey International Pop Festival (June 16-18 1967), with its emphasis on unreleased material, is below. We followed via song the festival's own order of band appearances fairly religiously. WMBR's own Larry Miller was a deejay on San Francisco's progressive FM station KMPX (the nation's first!), as well as an attendee at the event, and he gave us plenty of memories to chew on. They managed to become fresh and new again as we went back through the years to a more innocent time...of music, love, and flowers.

B=The Monterey International Pop Festival 4-CD Box Set (Rhino Records 1992)
S=Monterey International Pop Festival 2-CD Set (Razor & Tie/Starbucks Entertainment 2007)
D=The Complete Monterey Pop Festival 3-DVD Box Set (The Criterion Collection 2002)
U=Unreleased

Background music provided by:
a) A Cid Symphony - A Cid Symphony (1967)
b) Ravi Shankar - Live at Monterey (1967)

1. Eric Burdon - "Monterey" (1967 single)
2. John Phillips Festival Intro / The Association - "Along Comes Mary" B
3. The Paupers - "Magic People" (Magic People 1967)
4. Lou Rawls - "Tobacco Road" B
5. Beverley - "Primrose Hill" (Road to Ruin by John & Beverley Martyn 1970)
6. Johnny Rivers - "Memphis" U
7. Eric Burdon & The Animals - "Paint It Black" D
8. Eric Burdon & The Animals - "Ginhouse Blues" (6:08) U
9. Simon & Garfunkel - "At the Zoo" (2:27) U
10. Simon & Garfunkel - "For Emily Wherever I May Find Her" U
11. Simon & Garfunkel - "Benedictus" U
12. Canned Heat - "Rollin' and Tumblin'" B
13. Country Joe & The Fish - "Fixin' to Die Rag" U
14. Country Joe & The Fish - "Section 43" S
15. Country Joe & The Fish - "Please Don't Drop That H-Bomb on Me" U
16. Al Kooper - "Wake Me, Shake Me" D
NEW INTERVIEW WITH AL KOOPER (Recorded for this show)
17. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - "Droppin' Out" U
18. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - "One More Heartache" U
19. Quicksilver Messenger Service - "Dino's Song" D
20. Quicksilver Messenger Service - "If You Live" U
21. The Steve Miller Band - "Mercury Blues" B
22. The Electric Flag - "Night Time is The Right Time" U
INTERLUDE (HIPPIE CLEANSER): 23. Frank Zappa - Who Needs the Peace Corps?" (We're Only In it For the Money 1968)
24. Moby Grape - "Indifference" U
25. Moby Grape - "Mr. Blues " U
26. Moby Grape - "Sitting By the Window" U
27. Hugh Masekela - "Bajabula Bonke (Healing Song)" B
28. The Byrds - "He Was a Friend of Mine" B
29. The Byrds - "So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star" B
30. Laura Nyro - "Wedding Bell Blues fragment /Poverty Train D
31.Jefferson Airplane - "Young Girl Sunday Blues" U
32. Jefferson Airplane - "Today" D
33. Jefferson Airplane - "Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil" U
34. Booker T. & the MG's - "Hip Hug-Her" B
35. Otis Redding - "Try a Little Tenderness" B
36. Ravi Shankar - "Raga Todi-Rupak Tal (fragment)"
37. The Blues Project - "Flute Thing" D
38. Big Brother & The Holding Company - "Combination of theTwo" D
39. Cyrus Faryar (leader of The Group With No Name) - "Good Feeling" (Islands 1973)
40. Buffalo Springfield - "For What it's Worth" S
41. Buffalo Springfield - "Rock and Roll Woman" U
42. Buffalo Springfiled - "Bluebird" U
43. The Who - "Pictures of Lily" B
44. The Grateful Dead - "Viola Lee Blues" U
45. The Grateful Dead - "Cold Rain and Snow" U
46. Jimi Hendrix - "The Windy Cries Mary" B
47. Scott McKenzie - "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" B (cut off due to hosts' allergic reaction to the rancid performance)
48. The Mamas & The Papas - "Dancing in the Streets" B

There were a few more unreleased songs by The Mamas & The Papas, Simon & Garfunkle, Moby Grape, and Buffalo Springfield that, due to time limitations (and Larry's and my gift for gab), were intended for play but never made the cut. I will play these at the beginning of the next show I host on July 2nd. See you then! And thanks for listening to this one...yes, it was great fun! -- Bob D

Listen to the archives below, available now through July 1!

Segment One: 12:00 - 2:00 PM
Segment Two: 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Segment Three: 4:00-5:30 PM

Friday, June 15, 2007

CDV's Lost & Found playlist for 6/14/07

The Summer of Soul: Part the Third

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

Background music for the show: St. Germain - Tourist

Lat-Teens - "Mary Wanna"
O.V. Wright - "Let's Straighten It Out"
The Coasters - "Let's Go Get Stoned"
Ernie K. Doe - "Here Come the Girls"
Bobby Newsome - "Post Office"
Shiela Jack - "I've Got to Have You"
Eddie Floyd - "Good Love, Bad Love"
Garnet Mimms - "Anytime You Want Me"
Bobby Williams - "Baby I Need Your Love"
Sharon Jones - "Bump N Touch"
Redbone - "Promise I Won't Let It Show"
Lee Martell - "It's Impossible to Describe Our Love"
Delaney & Bonnie - "We Can Love"
Jay Mitchell & the Mitchellites - "I Am the Man For You Baby"
Nickie Lee - "And Black Is Beautiful"
Otis Redding - "I'm Sick, Y'All"
Bob & Gene - "Your Name"
The Soul Searchers - "Blow Your Whistle"
Society's Bag - "Let It Crawl"
The Poets of Rhythm - "The Plan"
Joe Hicks - "Rusty Old Halo"
Solomon Burke - "Baby Come On Home"
Arthur Conley - "Let's Go Steady"
Jackie Lee - "Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide"
Sam Cooke - "Little Girl Blue"
Arthur Alexander - "Where Have You Bee (All MyLife)"
Joe Simon - "Baby, Don't Be Looking in My Mind"
Richard Parker - "Wrapped Up in Your Warm & Tender Love"
Jimmy Delphs - "Mrs. Percy"
Aaron Neville - "Sweet Little Mama"
Nicole Willis & the Soul Investigators - "If This Ain't Love (Don't Know What It Is)"
Joe Hinton - "Funny How Time Slips Away"
The Precious Three - "I Need a Man"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Tuesday 6/12/2007, Playlist by Larry Miller

Instrumental, my dear Watson:

Jeff Beck: "A Day in the Life"
Fleetwood Mac: "Albatross"
John Mayall's Bluebreakers, w/ Peter Green, gtr.; "Supernatural"
The Beatles: "Flying"
Traffic: "Glad"
Jethro Tull: "Serenade to a Cuckoo"
Charlie Musselwhite's Southside Band: "4 P.M." (From Stand Back- Harvey Mandel, guitar)

Break #1 (Breaks background music today by Ry Cooder)

Featuring Harvey Mandel: (No, he's not dead and it's not his birthday...)

Charlie Musselwhite: "Help Me"
Harvey Mandel: "Leavin' Trunk" (From Games Guitars Play- Russell Dashiel, vocal)
Canned Heat: "Let's Work Together" (Live in Europe)
John Mayall: "Nature's Disappearing" (from USA Union)
Pure Food and Drug Act: "What Come Around Goes Around" (Don 'Sugarcane' Harris, vocal and violin)
Sweet Home Chicago: "Brown Sugar" (live jam with the Musselwhite band and Mike Bloomfield)

Matching Sets: Blues Originals and Hot Covers:

Muddy Waters and Savoy Brown: "You Need Love"
Ann Cole and Paul Butterfield: "I Got My Mojo Workin'"
Howlin' Wolf and Jeff Beck: "I Ain't Superstitious"

Break

Otis Rush and Led Zeppelin (BBC Sessions): "I Can't Quit You, Baby"
Henry Thomas: "Bulldoze Blues" and Canned Heat: "Goin' Up The Country"
Elmore James and Fleetwood Mac (Jeremy Spencer, slide gtr and vocal): "The Madison"
Jimmy Reed and the Yardbirds: "I Ain't Got You"
G.L. Crockett: "It's a Man Down There" and the Allman Brothers: "One Way Out"
(The last song was incomplete- ran out of time. My bad. I'll make it up next time.)

Bad Acid Flashback Alert: on Monday 6/18, I will be joining Bob Dubrow for a 4 hour plus spectacular celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival. I was there. I'll be here. We have a lot of previously unreleased music to play. Join us!

Larry the M

Friday, June 08, 2007

June 8, 2007, playlist with host Alex McNeil

Songs with musical instruments in the title:
01. Virtues - Guitar Boogie Shuffle (CD, 1959)
02. Duane Eddy - Dance with the Guitar Man (CD, 1962)
03. Al Casey - Guitars, Guitars, Guitars (CD, 1963)
04. Paul Anka - A Steel Guitar and a Glass of Wine (CD, 1962)
05. Assembled Multitude - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (LP, 1970)

06. Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (CD, 1961)
07. Preston Epps - Bongo Rock (CD, 1959)
08. Applejacks - Rocka-Conga (CD, 1959)
09. Betty Lavette - Soul Tambourine (CD, 1972)
10. Sir Julian - Green Tambourine (CD, 1968)

11. Dave "Baby" Cortez - Piano Shuffle (45, 1959)
12. Dave "Baby" Cortez - The Happy Organ (CD, 1959)
13. Jimmy Smith - The Organ Grinder's Swing (LP, 1965)
14. Status Quo - Hurdy Gurdy Man (CD)
15. Big J.J. - Harpsichord Blues (45, 1965)

16. Boots Randolph - Yakety Sax (original version) (CD, 1958)
17. James Brown - Licking Stick, Licking Stick (CD, 1968)
18. KC & Sunshine Band - Sound Your Funky Horn (LP, 1974)
19. Comparsa Universitaria de la Laguna - Magic Trumpet (45, 1965)
20. Arthur Fiedler & Boston Pops - 76 Trombones (LP, 1972)
21. Dynatones - The Fife Piper (45, 1966)
22. Bonzo Dog Band - Tubas in the Moonlight (LP, 1970)
23. David Rose - Holiday for Flutes (LP)

24. Lancers - Bassology (CD, 1966)
25. Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band - Ukelele Lady (LP, 1965)
26. Chet Atkins - Fiddlin' Around (CD)
27. Everly Brothers - Mandolin Wind (CD, 1972)
28. City Boy - The Violin (LP, 1977)
29. Nick Drake - Cello Song (CD, 1969)
30. Kaleidoscope - Banjo (LP, 1969)

31. Mike Post Coalition - Big Mouth Harp (LP, 1972)
32. Captain Beefheart - Gimme Dat Harp Boy (CD)
33. Baltimore & Ohio Marching Band - Kazoo Special (LP, 1968)
34. Beach Boys - Wind Chimes (CD, 1966)
35. Gene Clark - Strength of Strings (CD, 1974)

CDV's Lost and Found playlist for 6/7/07

The Summer of Soul: Part the Second

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

Background music for the show: Richard "Groove" Holmes - Soul Message

The Moonglows - "Sincerely"
Joe Perkins - "Wrapped Up In Your Love"
The Double Soul - "I Can't Use You"
Carmelita - "Isn't It Lonely"
Clarence "Frogman" Henry - "The Glory of Love"
Rod St. James - "Pisces Child"
Joe Tex - "Papa Was Too"
Al Green - "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
Ray Charles - "Mess Around"
Ruby Andrews - "I Don't Wanna Wake Up"
James & Bobby Purify - "So Many Reasons"
Freddie Waters - "I Love You I Love You"
Four Mints - "Too Far Gone"
Bobby "Blue" Bland - "Don't Cry No More"
A Band of Bees - "Listening Man"
Betty Davis - "Your Man My Man"
Laura Lee - "Wedlock is a Padlock"
Solomon Burke - "I'm Hanging Up My Heart For You"
Norm West - "Hey Little Girl"
Mickey Murray - "Fat Girl"
Freddie Scott - "Are You Lonely For Me"
Freddie Scott - "Cry to Me"
Allen Toussaint - "Am I Expecting Too Much?"
Gospel Comforters - "Jesus Will Help Me"
The Soul Brothers Six - "What Can You Do When You Ain't Got Nobody?"
Jackie Mittoo - "Love Life"
Milton Henry - "Good Old Days"
Joe Cuba Sextet - "A Las Seis"
Chollo Rivera & the Latin Soul Drives - "Latin Soul Drive is Here!"
Thomas Henry - "Nobody Else Will Do"
Willie Gable - "Eternally"
Gene Allison - "I Understand"
Edward Hamilton & the Natural Looks - "My Darling Baby"
Billy Joe Young - "I Had My Heart Set on You"
Roscoe Robinson - "That's Enough"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Tues. 6/5/07 - Eli w/guest DJ John Krawczyk

Today's show was planned by guest DJ John Krawczyk, who once again made the $150 pledge donation in last fall's annual WMBR fundraiser entitling him to guest host the show of his choice. This was the fifth or sixth time (we lost count) that John has co-hosted "Lost & Found" with me! Thanks once again to John for planning a wonderful two hours of music, for supporting WMBR, and for being great company! It was a pleasure to spin his selected tunes!

01. Ford Theater - 101 Harrison Street
02. The Doors - Five To One
03. Spirit - Uncle Jack
04. Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Still, You Turn Me On

- Monterey Pop Festival artists set:
05. Scott McKenzie - San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers...)
06. Jefferson Airplane - Today
07. Jefferson Airplane - Triad
08. Big Brother & The Holding Company - Ball And Chain
09. Janis Joplin - Little Girl Blue
10. The Byrds - Going Back
11. Country Joe & The Fish - Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
12. Otis Redding - I've Been Loving You Too Long
13. Paul Butterfield Blues Band - One More Heartache

- Bob Dylan songs set:
14. Bob Dylan - Every Grain Of Sand
15. Chrissie Hynde - I Shall Be Released
16. The Animals - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
17. Eric Clapton - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
(15 & 17 from "30'th Anniversary Concert" 1992)

- Eric Clapton set:
18. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - All Your Love
19. Cream - We're Going Wrong
20. Delaney & Bonnie - Only You Know And I Know
21. Delaney & Bonnie - Groupie (Superstar)
22. Derek & The Dominoes - Why Does Love Have To Be So Sad?

- Wrapping up:
23. Savoy Brown - Life's One-Act Play
24. The Beach Boys - Caroline No (in stereo!)
25. Paul McCartney - All Things Must Pass (from "Concert For George")

If you may be interested in guest hosting an edition of "Lost & Found" in the future, remember us this fall (usually in November) to catch WMBR's annual fundraising week for all the information!
Larry's on next Tuesday, I'll see you on the 19'th!
Thanks for listening,
Eli Polonsky
eli@wmbr.org

Friday, June 01, 2007

Coming: A 5 1/2-Hour Monterey Pop Extravaganza

Yes, we are rapidly approaching the summer of 2007, 40 years (just a drop in time) from the season of the The Monterey International Pop Festival and the Summer of Love. As you are probably aware, the commemorative media barrage has already begun. Why should Lost & Found be any different?

Because we ARE different. We are going to do it up right. On June 18th, exactly 40 years from the last day of Monterey Pop, we will broadcast live an extended 5 1/2-hour program (noon-5:30) featuring LOTS of unreleased material from the Fest (none of it in the 4-CD box set or the DVD box set or the forthcoming Starbucks 2-CD set), as well as some tracks that are readily available. Larry Miller and I will host the proceedings, me playing the curious, vicarious thrillseeker (and I've got all the rare musical goodies!), Larry playing (this ain't no act, kids!) the old unruffled hippie who WAS THERE! We'll see what other treats we can drum up, but you'll surely want to tune in for some amazing music and recollecting!

Addendum: Although Al Kooper (The Blues Project, Blood, Sweat & Tears, solo artist), assistant stage manager and a performer at the festival, will be recording in Los Angeles on the day of our Monterey Pop Special, he was kind enough to record 10 minutes worth of responses to my email questions. We will, of course, air his reminisces on the show. Thanks Al!

--Bob Dubrow

Christopher Vyce's Lost & Found playlist for 5/31/07

The Summer of Soul: Part the First

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

Aretha Franklin - "Rock Steady" (Alternate version)
Paul Kelly - "(He Ain't Nothin' But) Dirt"
Donny Hathaway - "Jealous Guy"
Bettye Lavette - "Do Your Duty"
Lon Rogers & the Soul Brothers - "Too Good to Be True"
Bobby 'Blue' Bland - "I'm Not Ashamed"
Peggy & Artie - "How Do You Feel?"
Lewis Clark - "I Need You So Bad"
Jimmy Hughes - "I Like Everything About You"
Laura Lee - "What a Man"
Arthur Conley - "You Don't Have to See Me"
Natural Bridge Bunch - "Pig Snoots-Part 1"
Commands - "No Time For You"
Bob & Gene - "I Can Be Cool"
Wilson Picket - "International Playboy"
La Sangre Caliente - "La Culebra"
Ralph Robles - "Soul Gritty"
The Hollywood Flames - "Buzz Buzz Buzz"
The Heptones - "Pretty Looks Isn't All"
The Ebbtones - "Trinidad Women"
Marcia Griffiths - "Here I Am (Come and Take Me)"
Howard Tate - "Get It While You Can"
O.V. Wright - "Everybody Knows (The River Song)"
Eddie Floyd - "California Girl"
Joe Simon - "Farther On Down the Road"
Gene McDaniels - "Tower of Strength"
Eldridge Holmes - "Pop, Popcorn Children"
Ernie & the Top Notes - "Dap Walk"
Ronnie Whitehead - "Beggin You"
Annette Poindexter & the Pieces of Peace - "Mama"
Doris Allen - "A Shell of a Woman"
Dynamic Deadbeats Band - "Movin' Out"
Roscoe Shelton - "Worry"
Brenda & the Sentries - "Don't Make Me Lie"
Little Sister - "Someone's Watching You"
The Buford Majors Band (with George Williams) - "Cry Cry"

Outro: "Yegelle Tetzeta" - Mulatu Astake