Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Monday Music Club 7-28-14

Homework—Otis Rush
That’ll Get It—The Imps
You Don’t Want That—John Harrison & the Hustlers
Give Her Lots of Lovin’—Del Shannon
Tell Her No—The Zombies
Spinning Top—The Orlons
Custom Machine—The Beach Boys
Bucket T—Ronny & the Daytonas
The Last Race—Jack Nitzsche
The “In” Crowd—Dobie Gray
Wack Wack—Young-Holt Trio
I Wish I Could Jerk Like My Uncle Cyril—Timebox
Highway 61 Revisited—Bob Dylan
The Land of Doesn’t Have to Be—Donovan
Can’t Be So Bad—Moby Grape
The Philly Freeze—Alvin Cash & the Registers
The Fool on the Hill—Sergio Mendes & Brasil ‘66
Early Morning Blues and Greens—The Monkees
Randy Scouse Git--The Monkees 


If I Could Build My Whole World Around You—Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
I Love You (Yes I Do)—Willie Hightower
Thank U Very Much—Scaffold
Thingumybob—The Black Dyke Mills Band
Fun—Sly & the Family Stone
Mystery—The Electric Flag
Baby It’s You—Smith
Helter Skelter—The Beatles
Oh Well—Fleetwood Mac
Where is Yesterday—The United States of America
Something—Tony Bennett
Wayfaring—Magna Carta
Son of Your Father—Elton John
The Pill—Loretta Lynn
Apartment 21—Bobbie Gentry
Ma Belle Amie—The Tee Set
Rainy Night in Georgia—Brook Benton


Do You Know What I Mean—Lee Michaels
992 Arguments—The O’Jays
Nappy Head—War
Laughter in the Rain—Neil Sedaka
Mandolin Wind—Rod Stewart
It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference—Tom Middleton
Walk on Water—Neil Diamond
Everybody Knows Her—Jonathan Edwards
I’m Satisfied—Fanny
The Rockford Files—Mike Post
Pick Up the Pieces—Average White Band
Baby Love—Mother’s Finest
Loving You Was Like a Party—Marlena Shaw
I Was Made to Love Him—Chaka Khan


Goodbye Girl—David Gates
The Wild Places—Duncan Browne
American Garage—Pat Metheny Group
Can’t Stand Losing You—The Police
Spinning Top—XTC
Once in a Lifetime—Talking Heads
Love is in the Air—John Paul Young
What the Butler Saw—Squeeze 
You Can’t Change That—Raydio  36.5
I Need You Tonight—REO Speedwagon
Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)—Robert Palmer
You & I—Rick James
Train in Vain (Stand by Me)—The Clash
Outskirts—Bob Welch
Get Out of London—Intaferon
Precious to Me—Phil Seymour
My Ever Changing Moods—The Style Council 

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Show #448--7/27/14

Heart of Gold—Neil Young
The Golden Age—The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
Glow Stars—John Gold  
Back of My Hand—The Jags  
A House is Not a Home—Field Music  
The English & Western Stallion—FREEMAN  
Let’s Work Together—Canned Heat  
Hi Ho Silver Lining—Jeff Beck   
Silver Heels—Blaze   
Tokyo—The Books   
Arrest Yourself—Hot Chip  
Kiss of Life—Peter Gabriel  
Do You—Spoon
Heavy on Me—Zeus  
Love Don’t Live Here Anymore—Madonna  


Feature Album: Don’t Say No by Billy Squier (1981)

Monday, July 21, 2014

Monday Music Club 7-21-14


Do-Re-Mi—Lee Dorsey
Road Hog—John D. Loudermilk
You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover—Bo Diddley 
Cool Jerk—The Capitols
I Can’t Go—“Big” Buddy Lucas
I Can’t Let Go—Evie Sands
Have I the Right?—The Honeycombs
Farmer John—The Premiers
That’s How Heartaches Are Made—Baby Washington
Walk on By—Dionne Warwick
Machinations—Lalo Schifrin
It’s Now Winter’s Day—Tommy Roe
Can’t Buy Me Love—The Beatles
Can’t You See That She’s Mine—The Dave Clark Five
I Dig Girls—J.J. Jackson
I Can’t Wait—The Mamas & the Papas
Why Can’t You Give Me What I Want—The Cyrkle
Cast Your Fate to the Wind—Shelby Flint
I’m Your Puppet—James & Bobby Purify 


Ooh Baby Baby—The Miracles
I Don’t Know—The Dixie Nightingales
Misty—Richard “Groove” Holmes
You Can’t Hurry Love—The Supremes
Some of Your Lovin’—Dusty Springfield
One Dyin’ and a Buryin’—Roger Miller
Born a Woman—Sandy Posey
Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing—Buffalo Springfield
I Can’t Give Back the Love I Feel For You—Rosetta Hightower (1968)
I Got a Line on You—Spirit
What Good is Up—The Inexpensive Handmade Look
Stephanie Knows Who—Love
Little Miss Strange—Jimi Hendrix Experience
Phenomenal Cat—The Kinks
Pretty Ballerina—The Left Banke
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You/Goin’ Out of My Head—The Lettermen
Happiness—The Ovations
Bring a Little Lovin’—Los Bravos


Gonna Leave You Alone—The Merry-Go-Round
I’m a Changed Man—Otis Redding
I Can Hear Music—The Beach Boys
I’ve Been Hurt—Bill Deal & the Rhondells
Corporal Clegg—Pink Floyd
Pictures of Matchstick Men—Status Quo
One Way Out—The Allman Brothers Band
Jim Dandy—Black Oak Arkansas
Hey Hey What Can I Do—Led Zeppelin
Rag Mama Rag—The Band
Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let it Roll)—George Harrison
Home to You—Seatrain
Hot ‘n’ Nasty—Humble Pie
Slaughter—Billy Preston
Silver Machine—Hawkwind


Live and Let Die—Wings
I’m a Man—Jobriath
Star Baby—The Guess Who
Walkin’ with a Mountain—Mott the Hoople
Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)—The Rolling Stones
Nuclear Apathy—Crack the Sky
10538 Overture—Electric Light Orchestra   
Give it Back—Gentle Giant  
Angel in Your Arms—Hot
Bad Time—Grand Funk  
(She’s) One of the Boys—Nick Gilder  
Stuff Like That—Quincy Jones 
Knowing Me, Knowing You—ABBA  
Milk and Alcohol—Dr. Feelgood   

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Show #447--7/20/14

You See Everything—Low
Dearest—The Black Keys
Two Against One—Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi (feat. Jack White)
Jet Airliner—Paul Pena
The Suburbs—Arcade Fire
Funny Face—The Kinks
Hoochie—Moby Grape
Apollo, Descend—Bird Names
Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again—The Monkees
You Set the Scene—Love
Land of Oz—Le Cirque
Merely a Man—XTC
Carnival—Natalie Merchant
Nothing Yet--Same Actor


Feature Album: Straight Up by Badfinger (1972)

Monday, July 14, 2014

Monday Music Club 7-14-14

I’ve Got My Mind Set on You—James Ray
Washington Square—The Village Stompers
Greenback Dollar—The Kingston Trio
Lonely Corner—Rick Nelson
Listen to Me—The Hollies
Don’t Throw Your Love Away—The Searchers
My Mind’s Eye—Small Faces
The Jolly Green Giant—The Kingsmen  
I Can’t Control Myself—The Troggs
My Baby—The Girls
Complication—The Monks
You Better Run—The Young Rascals
Thunderball—Tom Jones
Ferry Cross the Mersey—Gerry & the Pacemakers
Always Something There to Remind Me—Sandie Shaw
Five Minutes More—Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
I Want Candy—The Strangeloves
Take a Giant Step—The Monkees
Make Her Mine—Hipster Image
Too Many People—The Leaves


Come on Let’s Go—The McCoys
Shake Me, Wake Me (When It’s Over)—The Four Tops
There She Goes Again—The Velvet Underground & Nico
Not to Touch the Earth—The Doors
Why Are We Sleeping?—The Soft Machine
Come in Number 51, Your Time is Up—Pink Floyd
Martha My Dear—The Beatles
I Can’t Quit Her—Blood, Sweat & Tears
Welcome to Hollywood—The Asylum Choir
Come and Give Your Love to Me—New Colony Six
A Little Less Conversation—Elvis Presley
Polk Salad Annie—Tony Joe White
No One for Me to Turn To—Spiral Starecase
More Today Than Yesterday—Spiral Starecase
Portable People—Ten Years After
I Had a Dream—John B. Sebastian
The Flesh Failures/Let the Sunshine In—“Hair” Original Cast


Overture to “Candide”—Leonard Bernstein
High on a Hillside—The Ides of March
Hold Her Tight—The Osmonds
I Think I Love You—The Partridge Family
The Sun Came Out—The 21st
O-o-h Child—The Five Stairsteps
Reincarnation—Fat City
Take Me Home, Country Roads—John Denver & Fat City
Patch it Up—Elvis Presley
Can’t Keep it In—Cat Stevens
My Maria—B.W. Stevenson
Dance Little Sister—The Rolling Stones
All the Young Dudes—Mott the Hoople
If You Talk in Your Sleep—Little Milton
That’s the Way of the World—Earth, Wind & Fire
I Want You to Stay—Segarini
All You Get From Love is a Love Song--Carpenters


Could it Be Magic—Barry Manilow
Fear is the Key—Roy Budd & His Orchestra
A Hit by Varese—Chicago
Right Place Wrong Time—Dr. John
Something for Nothing—MFSB
Elusive—Babe Ruth
You Make Loving Fun—Fleetwood Mac
Dancin’ Fool—The Guess Who
Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)—Chic
Straight On—Heart
The Momur—Adrian Belew
Girls on Film—Duran Duran
Trouble—Lindsey Buckingham 

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Show #446--7/13/14

I'd like to remind anyone who may stumble upon this very post -- that my Monday "deep tracks" oldies show called the Monday Music Club also airs on this very station, Mondays 6-10pm throughout the summer. You can see past playlists as an example if you scroll down, etc. 

Also, for stumblers and regular visitors to the playlists here: I'm still doing a feature album tonight, but I can't decide between two discs. Perhaps you can help. 

Should I play "Aja" by Steely Dan in its entirety, or "Still Crazy After All These Years" by Paul Simon? Cast your vote, either in the comments, or at sundaysampler@gmail.com, or at 724-357-WIUP during the 8:00 pm hour of the show. 

Thanks! Here's tonight's playlist:

Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)—Foster the People
I Gotta Move—Frank Black & the Catholics
Skin Feeling—Crowded House   
Saw You First—Givers  
In Liverpool—Suzanne Vega   
Heart That’s Pounding—Sally Seltmann 
Now I See—Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings  
Honey Do—Beverly
Honey Don’t—Lee Rocker  
Real Wild Child—Iggy Pop
Breakaway—Big Pig 
You Say Jump—Cheap Trick
Woman on a Train—The Fixx 
All I Have to Do is Dream—Miniature Tigers  
Sought & Hidden—Nathan Salsburg  


Feature Album (You vote):

Aja—Steely Dan (1977)


Still Crazy After All These Years—Paul Simon (1975)

***AND THE WINNER..."AJA," with 4 votes to 3.

4 songs from Paul Simon were played as a "consolation prize":

Mother and Child Reunion
Something So Right
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
The Boy in the Bubble 

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Monday Music Club 7-7-14

Love Potion No. 9—The Clovers
Fannie Mae—Buster Brown
Don’t Let Go—Roy Hamilton
The Playboy Syndrome—Jean Shepherd
The Train Kept a Rollin’—Johnny Burnette & the Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio
Motorcycle—Tico & the Triumphs
I Want to Walk You Home—Fats Domino
Ambrose (Part Five)—Linda Laurie
Mockingbird—Inez & Charlie Foxx
Persecuting Pigeons in Trafalgar Square—Bill Oddie
Wimoweh 5 ½ Years Later—The Tokens
A Hazy Shade of Winter—Simon & Garfunkel
Going Nowhere—Los Bravos
Le Grand Amour—Nicoletta
Piece of My Heart—Erma Franklin
Dandelion—The Rolling Stones


The Last Thing on My Mind—Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
Sweet Child—The Pentangle
Paper Mountain Man—Linda Perhacs
Plastic Fantastic Lover—Jefferson Airplane
Dizzy—Tommy Roe
Why Oh Why—Sweetwater
Gimme Gimme Good Lovin’—Crazy Elephant
Looky Looky—Giorgio
Chewy Chewy—Ohio Express
Am I the Same Girl—Barbara Acklin
The Pushbike Song—The Mixtures
Rubber Duckie—Ernie (Jim Henson)
Think About Your Troubles—Nilsson
Sunlight Shadow—Linda Rich
You Showed Me—The Turtles
Fletcher Honorama—Sparks
A Commercial Proposition—Matthews Southern Comfort
Conversation with a Cop—Fanny


Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me—Crow
Baby Ice Dog—Blue Oyster Cult
Reelin’ in the Years—Steely Dan
Caribbean—Louie & the Lovers
Funky Kingston—Toots & the Maytals
Hellfire, Night-Crier—Jackie Lomax
Woe-Is-Uh-Me-Bop—Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band
Nutbush City Limits—Ike & Tina Turner
La Grange—ZZ Top
Rock and Roll (Part 1)—Gary Glitter
Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)—Helen Reddy
So Much Easier—Honk
Ride ‘Em Cowboy—Paul Davis
What I’ve Got in Mind—Billie Jo Spears
Nothing Was Exchanged—Funky Kings
Crackerbox Palace—George Harrison
Give it Up—Badfinger


Gold Dust Woman—Fleetwood Mac
Lovin’ You—Minnie Riperton
Couldn’t Get it Right—Climax Blues Band
Good Morning Judge—10cc
Mabusso—Orchester Ambros Seelos
Boogie Child—Bee Gees
Just Keep Walking—INXS
Babylon’s Burning—The Ruts
Untie My Hands—Greg Kihn Band
Green Lights—NRBQ
These Are the Laws—Judie Tzuke
Let Me Stay With You Tonight—Point Blank
Ain’t That a Shame (Live)—Cheap Trick
Another Tricky Day—The Who 

Sunday, July 06, 2014

Show #445--7/6/14

Train I Ride—The Dead Milkmen
I Predict a Riot—Kaiser Chiefs
Crushin’—A Sunny Day in Glasgow
Coffee—Sylvan Esso
Woo Woo—T Sisters    
Crawl—Dead Stars   
Jawbreaker—The Dead Weather
Hot Potatoes—Edgar Jones Free Peace Thing 
Dirty City—Steve Winwood
Love Like We Do—Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
Sleeping in Saturday—David Mead 
Rainclouds—Paul McCartney  
Mystery Train—Elizabeth Mitchell


Feature Album: Deface the Music—Utopia (1980)

Also: Selections from “The Rutles” (1978)