Sunday, August 18, 2013

Monday Music Club 8-19-13

No secrets tonight: Here's what you'll hear on tonight's final broadcast for the summer. 
(The Sunday Sampler continues as normal this Sunday, 8-10 Eastern)! (Be there!)

Honey Don’t—Carl Perkins
Topsy II—Cozy Cole
Happiness—Billy & Lillie
I Only Have Eyes for You—Rosemary Clooney/Perez Prado
That Old Black Magic—Louis Prima & Keely Smith
Cloudburst—Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
Chicken Walk—Hasil Adkins
Flyin’ Saucers Rock ‘n’ Roll—Billy Lee Riley
Martian Hop—The Ran-Dells
Yep!—Duane Eddy
No Fool No More—Charles Walker & the Daffodils
What’d I Say—Ray Charles
You’d Better Come Home—Russell Byrd
Susie Q—Dale Hawkins
Shakin’ All Over—Johnny Kidd & the Pirates
Bonanza—Al Caiola
I’ve Got My Mind Set on You—James Ray
Ahab the Arab—Ray Stevens
African Bossa Nova—Ahmed Abdul-Malik
Boogie Stop Shuffle—Charles Mingus

HOUR 2

Go Now!—The Moody Blues
On the Street Where You Live—Quincy Jones
Keep it Up—The Soul Brothers
Come and Get It—Jackie DeShannon
I’m Your Puppet—James & Bobby Purify
You Don’t Own Me—Lesley Gore
(The Lights Went Out in) Massachusetts—The Bee Gees
Sufferin’ City—Johnny Copeland
Here Comes My Baby—The Tremeloes
Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy—The Kinks
Come and Get It—The Knickerbockers
Lost Girl—The Troggs
See Emily Play—Pink Floyd
Rael 1—The Who
Come on In—The Music Machine
Double Yellow Line—The Music Machine
Blow My Mind—Darius
Hello It’s Me—The Nazz
Cloud Song—The United States of America
New Potato Caboose—The Grateful Dead

HOUR 3

Old Brown Shoe—The Beatles
Let it Bleed—The Rolling Stones
Camel Back—A.B. Shky
Come and Get It—Badfinger
Burning Love—Elvis Presley
Theme from “Mannix”—Lalo Schifrin
The Witch Queen of New Orleans—Redbone
Some of Shelly’s Blues—Michael Nesmith 
Spaceship Races—Carole King
Apartment 21—Bobbie Gentry
It’s Up to Me—Essra Mohawk
Poor Richard—Spirit
Check Out Your Mind—The Impressions
Cecelia—Simon & Garfunkel
Glory Glory—The Rascals
Are You Ready?—Pacific Gas & Electric
We’re All Goin’ Home—Bobby Bloom

HOUR 4

Children of the Revolution—T. Rex
Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight—Trash
I Woke Up in Love This Morning—The Partridge Family
You Could Have Been a Lady—April Wine
Jump Into the Fire—Nilsson
Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress)—The Hollies
Be My Lover—Alice Cooper
Cindy Incidentally—Faces
Get on the Good Foot—James Brown
Livin’ it Up (Friday Night)—Bell & James
Play That Funky Music—Wild Cherry
Got to Give it Up (Part 1)—Marvin Gaye
It’s All Right—Jim Capaldi
Black Friday—Steely Dan
Boogies (Hamburger Hell)—Todd Rundgren 

2 comments:

guitar4799 said...

I accidentally ran into your show and enjoyed listening to the diversity. Thanks for introducing me to Michael Nesmith, I wasn't aware he had a solo career.

Marc said...

Wow, an actual non-spam comment! I do appreciate it, thanks!

I only know a little bit of Nesmith's solo career and otherwise (his role as music video pioneer, etc.), but I know for sure that he had much more in him than just being 1/4 of the Monkees.

Thanks again for listening!