Friday, July 18, 2008

July 18, 2008, playlist with host Alex McNeil

A dedication to my new grandson, Collin McNeil:
01. Kingston Trio - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (CD, 1962)

Week Three of Original Versions of Songs that later were hits for others (see also playlists for June 27 and July 11, 2008):
02. Regents - Barbara Ann (CD, 1961)
03. Don Covay - Pony Time (CD, 1963)
04. Johnny Fuller - Haunted House (45, 1958)
05. Chordettes - That's Old Fashioned (CD, 1959)
06. Del Shannon - His Latest Flame (CD, 1961)
07. Elvis Presley - Suspicion (45, 1964 [recorded 1962])
08. Ian & Sylvia - You Were on My Mind (LP, 1964)
09. Kingston Trio - Let's Get Together (CD, 1964)
10. Tim Buckley - Morning Glory (CD, 1967)
11. Tommy Hunt - I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself (CD, 1964)
12. Lou Johnson - Always Something There to Remind Me (CD, 1964)
13. Dionne Warwick - Wishin' and Hopin' (LP, 1963)
14. Slade - Cum on Feel the Noize (CD, 1973)
15. Warren Zevon - Poor Poor Pitiful Me (LP, 1976)
16. Albert Hammond - The Air That I Breathe (LP, 1972)
17. Jackie DeShannon - Bette Davis Eyes (CD, 1975)
18. Changin' Times - Pied Piper (CD, 1965)
19. Outsiders - Bend Me, Shape Me (LP, 1967)
20. Sammy Ambrose - This Diamond Ring (CD, 1965)
21. Evie Sands - Angel of the Morning (CD, 1968)
22. Elton John - Lady Samantha (LP, 1969)
23. Cilla Black - It's for You (CD, 1964)
24. Nilsson - One (CD, 1967)
25. Argent - Liar (LP, 1969)
26. Smokey Robinson & Miracles - I Heard It Through the Grapevine (CD, 1968)
27. Temptations - War (CD, 1970)
28. Show Stoppers - Ain't Nothing But a House Party (CD, 1968)
29. Four Seasons - Silence Is Golden (CD, 1964)
30. Jimmy Reed - I Ain't Got You (CD, 1955)
31. Alvin Robinson - Down Home Girl (CD, 1964)
32. Buddy Holly & Crickets - Well All Right (CD, 1959)
33. Kenny Loggins - What a Fool Believes (LP, 1978)
34. Moon Martin- Bad Case of Lovin' You (LP, 1978)

1 Comments:

Anonymous Dom said...

Another great (and varied) playlist! We so rarely get to hear some of these original versions, for example Alvin Robinson's "Down Home Girl". I'll also have to admit to not knowing that Smokey Robinson & the Miracles first did "I Heard It Through The Grapevine".

Oh, and a warm welcome to young Collin!

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