Saturday, December 8, 2007

Spin City Playlist For 12/08/07

4 pm hour

In My House- Mary Jane Girls
Georgia- Boz Scaggs
Time To Get Down- The O'Jays
Toy Soldiers- Martika
Love Is In Control (Finger On the Trigger)- Donna Summer
She's On It- The Beastie Boys
I Got Ants In My Pants- James Brown

Common Thread: John Lennon tribute (27th anniv. of his death)
I'm Stepping Out
Whatever Gets You Through the Night
Nobody Told Me

Girlfriend- Pebbles
Snap Shot- Slave
Help Yourself- The Undisputed Truth

5 pm hour

Roll With the Changes- REO Speedwagon
World Shut Your Mouth- Julian Cope
Just Be Good To Me- The S.O.S. Band
I Gotcha- Joe Tex
Gimme Gimme Some Good Soul Music- The Dramatics
Lessons In Love- Level 42
Baby Love- Regina

Double Retro segment's feat. artist- Smokey Robinson
Way Over There (with The Miracles, 1960)
Cruisin'- 1979

Circles- Atlantic Starr
Rock and Roll Never Forgets- Bob Seger
Pearl In the Shell- Howard Jones
Everybody Plays the Fool- The Main Ingredient
Let It Flow- Grover Washington, Jr.

6 pm hour

New Year's Day- U2
Walking In L.A.- Missing Persons
I'm Qualified To Satisfy You- Barry White
Natural High- Bloodstone
Tattooed Love Boys- The Pretenders
Big Mouth- Whodini
Dusic- Brick
Hey Deanie- Shaun Cassidy
He's the Greatest Dancer- Sister Sledge
Come Back and Stay- Paul Young
The Captain of Her Heart- Double
Love the One You're With- Stephen Stills
Where Was You At- War
American Heartbeat- Survivor
Keep On Smilin' Wet Willie

Did any of your favorites make this week's playlist?


pjazzypar said...

Great three hours! I especially enjoyed the Grover Washington cut at the end of the second hour. You also played a couple of cuts that were favorites from my school days (Gimme Gimme Some of That Good Soul Music and Natural High). I recently saw both Bloodstone and The Dramatics in concert. Of course you can't go wrong with Smokey.

The Mistress of the Dark said...

Oh that Julian Cope song is great. What format was that Storm Chaser EP in, BTW? The last 2 songs you sent me I couldn't open :(

Malcolm: said...

Pjazzy: Thanks! For awhile, I was playing instrumentals on a regular basis. I found that they work well at the end of hours because I can always fade them out if I run over time-wise. I'll bet that Bloodstone/Dramatics show was awesome!

Mistress of the D: I played "World Shut Your Mouth" for the first time during this feature I called "The Greatest Miss of the Week" (songs that I thought should have been hits, but weren't). The Storm Chaser EP files are Windows Media. Sorry to hear you couldn't listen to the last two I sent.

Holly Smith said...

Love Toy Soldier and New Years Day! That reminds me that I should put in some of my old U2 CDs. Great list!

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