Monday, July 15, 2013

Monday Music Club 7-15-13

For Your Love—The Yardbirds
Promise Her Anything—Tom Jones
Find Somebody—The Young Rascals
Grim Reaper of Love—The Turtles
Voodoo Woman—Bobby Goldsboro
Why Don’tcha Do Me Right?—The Mothers of Invention
Shake Your Moneymaker—Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Break it All—Los Shakers
Mo Jo Hannah—Little Esther Phillips
Funky Street—Arthur Conley
Interplay—Derek & Ray
Shake Your Hips—Slim Harpo
Tombstone Blues—Bob Dylan
Don’t Answer the Door—B.B. King
East West—Herman’s Hermits
Bang! Bang!—Joe Cuba Sextet
Nothing But a Heartache—The Flirtations
Beverly Hills—Uncle Sound
It’s a Shame—The Spinners

Hour 2

Blue Money—Van Morrison
Lady Madonna—Fats Domino
Room to Move—John Mayall
Black Bottom—The Holy Modal Rounders
Goodbye—Mary Hopkin
Brand New Key—Melanie
All the Best People Do It—The Humblebums
Treat Her Like a Lady—Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose
K-Jee—The Nite-Liters
Slow Class—Bill Cosby
After Midnight—J.J. Cale
Anticipation—Carly Simon
Finally Got Myself Together (I’m a Changed Man)—The Impressions
How Could I Let You Get Away—The Spinners
Smokin’ in the Boys Room—Brownsville Station
Francine—ZZ Top

Hour 3

Rock of All Ages—Badfinger
Rock of Ages—Jobriath
The Crunge—Led Zeppelin
Stuck in the Middle with You—Stealers Wheel
It’s Hard to Stop—Betty Wright
When You’re Hot, You’re Hot—Jerry Reed
What Makes You Happy—KC & the Sunshine Band
Rock the Boat—The Hues Corporation
Do it Fluid—The Blackbyrds
Do What You Wanna Do—T-Connection
Showdown—Electric Light Orchestra
Under the Wheel—Split Enz
Crazy on You—Heart

Hour 4

Jump in My Car—Ted Mulry Gang
Grow Some Funk of Your Own—Elton John
I Like Girls—Sparks
Cherchez La Femme/Whispering/C’est Si Bon—Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band
Too Much Jawbone—Root Boy Slim & the Sex Change Band
Si Si, Je Suis un Rock Star—Bill Wyman
Shattered—The Rolling Stones
Hard to Find—Squeeze
It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Want to Rock and Roll)—AC/DC
Jack & Jill—Raydio
Arrow Through Me—Wings
Goodbye Elenore—Toto
Tom Sawyer—Rush

I Dream of Wires—Robert Palmer 

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