Sunday, December 2, 2007

Spin City Playlist For 12/1/07

4 pm hour

Cum On Feel the Noize- Quiet Riot
A Lover's Holiday- Change
One Night Affair- Jerry Butler
Killer Queen- Queen
Weakness- Stevie Wonder & Dionne Warwick
Hot Line- The Sylvers
Too Shy- Kajagoogoo

Double Retro segment's feat. artist: Cher
All I Really Want To Do (1965)
We All Sleep Alone (1988)

Love Don't Love Nobody- The Spinners
Baby Be Mine- Michael Jackson
Oh Yeah- Yello
Say No Go- De La Soul
Love In Store- Fleetwood Mac

5 pm hour

I'm Your Boogie Man- KC & the Sunshine Band
Full of Fire- Al Green
Endicott- Kid Creole & the Coconuts
Mad About You- Belinda Carlisle
Hand To Hold On To- John Cougar
While I'm Alone- Maze feat. Frankie Beverly
I Wanna Be With You- The Raspberries

Now & Then segment's feat. artist: Erasure
Storm In A Teacup (from their latest CD "Light At the End of the World")
A Little Respect (1988)

You Stepped Into My Life- Melba Moore
(Fallin' Like) Dominoes- Donald Byrd
Broken Wings- Mr. Mister
She's Strange- Cameo
Theme From the Rockford Files- Mike Post
Silver Moon- Michael Nesmith

6 pm hour

I Love Rock & Roll- Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
I'm That Type of Guy- LL Cool J
Stuff Like That- Quincy Jones feat. Ashford & Simpson and Chaka Khan
Tighter & Tighter- Alive & Kicking
Only A Lad- Oingo Boingo
Rockit- Herbie Hancock
A Real Mother For Ya- Johnny "Guitar" Watson

The Guilty Pleasure of the Week:
Danny's Song- Anne Murray

Winning- Santana
Jam Tonight- Freddie Jackson
(Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again- L.T.D.
Rockaway Beach- The Ramones
How Do I Make You- Linda Ronstadt
Dream Police- Cheap Trick
Shame- Evelyn "Champagne" King

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


4 comments:

pjazzypar said...

Hey Malcolm,

I was able to listen to the show in it's entirety yesterday. You played stuff I hadn't heard since the 80's for instance "Weakness". I had forgotten all about that record. I enjoyed the Kajagoogoo cut and "I'm Your Boogie Man", which in my opinion has one of the best instrumental introductions of all time. I actually have the album, by Melba Moore with "You Stepped Into My Life" and I had actually played it a few months ago. And to top it off you played one of my faves by Ronstandt...Excellent show.

The Mistress of the Dark said...

Oh Erasure! The new album is really fantastic. They are one of my favorite bands of the synthpop variety :)

Holly Smith said...

Loved "A Little Respect" and of course, "Mad About You"
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Malcolm: said...

Pjazzy: Thanks for the kind words as always! "Weakness" is one of my all-time favorites... I can listen to it over and over. I had forgotten all about Melba's version of "You Stepped Into My Life" until I heard it on XM Radio during the time me, Cook, and Bobby went to Arkansas last year.

Over the past year or so, I have really started to change my tune in regards to Linda Ronstadt. I never disliked her, I just felt that she did too many remakes for my tastes. However, I am really starting to appreciate her versatility. I am going to dig deeper into her catalog and see what's out there.

Mistress of the D: I lucked out and came across a copy of Erasure's new EP (Storm Chaser) where I work. I first got into them way back when I bought "Pop! The First 20 Hits".

Holly: "Mad About You" is one of the perfect songs for the summer (or any time of the year). Plus, the opening bass line is one my favorite intros.

 
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