Sunday, March 29, 2015

Show #483--3/29/15 (Sunday Music Club)

Tonight's somewhat chronological musical timeline, winding its way through the 60s & 70s (after a token song from '57 to start off, and a touch of early 80s at the end):

Red Hot—Billy Lee Riley
My Babe—The Coasters
Oogsey Moo—Jessie Hill
I’m Gonna Be a Wheel Someday—Fats Domino
Wig Wise—Duke Ellington/Charles Mingus/Max Roach
Lonely Woman—Chris Connor
High Heel Sneakers—Tommy Tucker
A Beatle I Want to Be—Sonny Curtis
Boys—The Beatles
That’s How Heartaches Are Made—Baby Washington
Les Mains Dans les Poches—Veronique Sanson et Les Roche Martin
Small World—We Five
Let’s Get Together—We Five
She’s the One—The Chartbusters
Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon—Neil Diamond
Nashville Cats—The Lovin’ Spoonful
Noshville Katz—The Lovin’ Cohens


Stop Her on Sight (S.O.S.)—Edwin Starr
Shoot on Sight—Ten Feet
One Way Street—Jigsaw
Imagination—Clayton Squares
Baby Come Back—The Equals
I Know There’s an Answer—The Beach Boys
Flying—The Beatles
Flying—Carmen McRae
Flying on the Ground is Wrong—Buffalo Springfield
The Fat Angel—Donovan
Morningtown Ride—The Seekers
Morning Morgantown—Joni Mitchell
Lovin’ Baby Girl—Melanie
He Wants to Be a Star—Tin Tin
Panama—Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
The Contenders—The Kinks
L.A. Woman—The Doors 
Give Me Just a Little More Time—Chairmen of the Board


Good Time Livin’—Three Dog Night
Tell the World We’re Not In—The Peddlers
Dragon Song—Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
For Yasgur’s Farm—Mountain
Softly Whispering I Love You—The Congregation
Empty Chairs—Don McLean
Killing Me Softly With His Song—Lori Lieberman
Why Can’t There Be Love—Dee Edwards  
Goodbye Surprise—Brian Protheroe
Sir Duke—Stevie Wonder
Who Do Ya Love—KC & the Sunshine Band
Shake Your Fiorucci—Terence Boylan
The Disco Strangler—Eagles
Contort Yourself—James Chance & the Contortions
Tears of a Clown—The English Beat
You Saved My Soul—Burton Cummings

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