Monday, July 18, 2016

Monday Music Club 7-18-16

Every Monday through the summer, deeper into oldies. 

Usually the musical timeline progresses from late 50s through late 70s, but this week, I reversed the timeline, starting in the 1980s.

Seasons Change--Expose
20/20--George Benson
Oblivious--Aztec Camera
I Think She Likes Me--Treat Her Right
In a Big Country--Big Country
Synchronicity I--The Police
She's Tight--Cheap Trick
Stagefright--Def Leppard
Der Kommissar--After the Fire
Shiny Shiny--Haysi Fantayzee
The Celtic Soul Brothers--Dexys Midnight Runners
Tug of War--Paul McCartney


Talk of the Town--Pretenders
Breaking Away--Balance
Don't Change--INXS
This Beat Goes On/Switchin' to Glide--The Kings
Hey Nineteen--Steely Dan
Another One Bites the Dust--Queen
Skateaway--Dire Straits
Pop Muzik--M
Ain't Gonna Bump No More--Joe Tex
Turn the Beat Around--Vicki Sue Robinson
There Goes Another Love Song--The Outlaws
Good Enough--Bonnie Raitt


Long, Long Way From Home--Foreigner
Closer to the Heart--Rush
Dance on a Volcano--Genesis
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)--James Taylor
Really Rosie--Carole King
Pepper Box--The Peppers
Ain't No Woman (Like the One I Got)--The Four Tops
I Wouldn't Treat a Dog (the Way You Treated Me)--Bobby "Blue" Bland
Cherry Bomb--The Runaways
I am the Moonlight--John Villemonte
Circle of Friends--Mary McCaslin
Seeing--Moby Grape
Green Eyed Lady--Sugarloaf


You're Driving Me Insane--The Missing Links
Life & Death in G & A--Abaco Dream
Get Away (from "Performance")--Ry Cooder
Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon)--The Mamas & the Papas
In the Bad, Bad Old Days (Before You Loved Me)--The Foundations
Stepping Stones--Johnny Harris
California Soul--Marlena Shaw
A Beautiful Morning--The Rascals
(I Know) I'm Losing You--Rare Earth
Rubberneckin'--Elvis Presley
See Emily Play--Pink Floyd
Termination--Iron Butterfly
No Face, No Name, No Number--Traffic
Outside of a Small Circle of Friends--Phil Ochs
I Got a Woman (Live at Folsom Prison)--Johnny Cash w/June Carter Cash
Guantanamera (Live)--Pete Seeger

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