Friday, April 27, 2007

Spin City Playlist For 4/29/07

1 pm hour

Give It To Me Baby- Rick James
Empty Pages- Traffic
Rock & Roll Soul- Grand Funk Railroad
Master Blaster (Jammin')- Stevie Wonder
This Is the Right Time- Lisa Stansfield
Make That Move- Shalamar
Strawberry Letter 23- Brothers Johnson

On the Flip Side segment:
17 Days- Prince (B-side to When Doves Cry)

Let's Go To Bed- The Cure
Get Up & Boogie- Silver Convention
Hold On- Ian Gomm
I Ain't No Joke- Eric B. & Rakim
Breakout- Swing Out Sister
Sunshine- The O'jays

2 pm hour

Rock & Roll Never Forgets- Bob Seger
I Do'wanna Know- REO Speedwagon
Dynamite- Jermaine Jackson
Pillow Talk- Sylvia
I'm A Greedy Man- James Brown
Johnny Hit & Run Paulene- X
Overkill- Men At Work
Stoned Love- The Supremes

Now & Then featured artist: John Mellencamp
Someday (from his latest CD "Freedom's Road")
R.O.C.K. In the U.S.A.

Endicott- Kid Creole & the Coconuts
Tired of Being Alone- Al Green
Funny Vibe- Living Colour
Destination Unknown- Missing Persons
I Just Want To Celebrate- Rare Earth

2 comments:

J Lee Harshbarger said...

17 Days by Prince -- I always liked that song better than When Doves Cry.

Destination Unknown -- I still like this song, as in, not just during nostalgia kicks, but still find it meaningful.

Strawberry Letter 23 -- What album is that from? The title sounds familiar but I don't think I have this song.

Xavier said...

After I did the show on Sunday, a Kettering University student (who also volunteers at the station) called to say how much he enjoyed the show. He singled out 17 Days, stating that he had never heard it before and wanted to know where he could get a copy. 17 Days used to get alot of airplay on WDZZ (an Urban Contemporary station in Flint) back in 1984.

Ah, Destination Unknown... this was my 1st exposure to Missing Persons (when the video was in regular rotation on MTV). Life is so strange... when you don't know...

Strawberry Letter 23 was from the Brothers Johnson album "Right On Time". There is an informative entry on Wikipedia about the origin of the song. Here is the link:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strawberry_Letter_23

 
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