Sunday, November 25, 2007

Spin City Playlist For 11/24/07

4 pm hour

Show Me the Way- Peter Frampton
I'll Be Good- Rene & Angela
Color of Success- Morris Day
Makin' It- David Naughton
Charity Ball- Fanny
What Is Hip?- Tower of Power
To Be A Lover- Billy Idol

Double Retro segment's feat. artist: The Beach Boys
You're So Good To Me (1966)
Getcha Back (1985)

Don't Ever Be Lonely (A Poor Little Fool Like Me)- Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose
Fantasy- Earth, Wind, & Fire
The King & Queen of America- Eurythmics
Party All the Time- Eddie Murphy
Some Girls- Racey

5 pm hour

Love Her Madly- The Doors
Ain't No Half Steppin'- Heatwave
Somebody For Me- Heavy D & the Boyz
Lost In Emotion- Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
The Love Cats- The Cure
Will It Go Round In Circles- Billy Preston

Now & Then segment's feat. artist: Debbie Harry
School For Scandal (from her new CD "Necessary Evil")
French Kissing In the U.S.A. (1986)

Sail On- The Commodores
Happy- The Rolling Stones
I Can Understand It- Bobby Womack
Walk This Way- Run DMC
Edge of A Broken Heart- Vixen

6 pm hour

Rich Girl- Hall & Oates
More Than A Woman- Tavares
Voyeur- Kim Carnes
Perfect Way- Scritti Politti
Two Occasions- The Deele
Who I Am- David Ruffin
What A Fool Believes- The Doobie Bros.

On the Flip Side segment:
In A Different Light- The Bangles (the B-side to "Manic Monday")

Space Age Love Song- A Flock of Seagulls
You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)- Sylvester
The Whole Town's Laughing At Me- Teddy Pendergrass
Atomic Dog- George Clinton
Little Red Book- Toni Basil
Love Rollercoaster- The Ohio Players

Did any of your "jams" make this week's playlist?


5 comments:

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Oh, I'm SO not going to share the whole way Vixen caught my imagination and how I wanted to be a glam chick like they were...

Mostly, that meant being as skinny and wearing those great clothes. But now that I know better, I'd sooner have my sweats and flannel (I forgot I was going out tonight. Oops.).

Another great show!

Holly Smith said...

Love Lost in Emotion and Rich Girl. I used to make fun of my husband for his interest in Hall and Oates, but Rich Girl is just a great song.

pjazzypar said...

Several of my jams made the cut this week. "I'll be Good", "What Is Hip", "Somebody For Me", Ain't No Half Steppin", "I Can Understand It", "Two Occasions" and "The Whole Town Is Laughing At Me". Needless to say the show was a hit this week.

gurl with glasses said...

i don't have enough room to list everything i loved about your show...
you not only played songs that i love but also some of my ABSOLUTE favorite artists.
i went back and listened to a few songs that i wasn't very familiar with, and you got me on lyrics. Actually,during your show i was listening to the lyrics in 'Rich Girl' and i fell in love with that song all over again.
Nice job, catch you later?
~dawn

Malcolm: said...

Susan: Right now, I have a vision of you with a mass of blonde hair "Aquanet-ed" to the max with a flashy electric guitar strapped over your shoulder!

Holly: From one Hall and Oates fan to another, pass on a thumbs up from me to your husband. If you two haven't already, you should try to see them live. They put on a great show... I have seen them 3 times so far!

Pjazzy: Thanks for the props as always! The last two songs you listed were the first times I had played either on my show.

Gurl With Glasses (aka Dawn): I see that you were able to set up a Blogger account without any problems. :-)

I am glad to hear that you enjoyed the show so much! "Rich Girl" is one of my favorite Hall and Oates tunes. Hearing them do it live is even better! As for catching me later, hopefully it'll be this weekend... if not sooner.

 
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