Sunday, January 20, 2008

Spin City Playlist For 1/19/08

4 pm hour

Born In the U.S.A.- Bruce Springsteen
Heaven On the 7th Floor- The Mighty Pope
Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom Boom)- The Staple Singers
Don't Lose My Number- Phil Collins
Bring the Noise- Public Enemy
Sister Fate- Sheila E.
Dancing In the Moonlight- King Harvest

Common Thread segment: 67th birthday anniv. tribute to David Ruffin
Rode By the Place (Where We Used To Stay)
I Couldn't Believe It (David Ruffin & Eddie Kendricks)
Just Let Me Hold You For A Night
Standing On the Top (The Temptations)

Bustin' Out- Rick James
More Than This- Roxy Music

5 pm hour

She Bop- Cyndi Lauper
Stool Pigeon- Kid Creole & the Coconuts
What Can I Do For You- Labelle
Got To Give It Up- Marvin Gaye
Everything Counts- Depeche Mode
Freaks Come Out At Night- Whodini
Bad Girls- Donna Summer

Double Retro segment's feat. artist: The Bee Gees
Spicks and Specks (1966)
You Win Again (1987)

Jungle Boogie- Kool and the Gang
Neighbors- The Rolling Stones
Like the Weather- 10,000 Maniacs
Tenderness- General Public
Back Together Again- Roberta Flack w/ Donny Hathaway

6 pm hour

Reelin' In the Years- Steely Dan
Fancy Dancer- The Commodores
Ronnie Talk To Russia- Prince
The Warrior- Scandal feat. Patty Smyth
Only Love Can Break Your Heart- Neil Young
Albert Flasher- The Guess Who
Walk the Dinosaur- Was (Not Was)
I Need Your Lovin'- Teena Marie

#1 segment:
Rock With You- Michael Jackson: song was #1 on both the pop (4 wks) and R&B (6 wks) charts this week in 1980

Dance the Kung Fu- Carl Douglas
Are You Ready- Pacific Gas & Electric
Just Like Heaven- The Cure
The Metro- Berlin
Could It Be I'm Falling In Love- The Spinners

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

Spin City videos:


Holly Smith said...

Just Like Heaven is my number 1 favorite Cure song. (I dressed up like Robert Smith one year for Halloween...yikes.) "Dancing in the Moonlight" is obviously one of my faves too. Great list of music! You always offer "a little bit of everything". :)

The Mistress of the Dark said...

Walk The Dinosaur was so catchy!

Malcolm said...

Holly: You are full of surprises! You dressed up as Robert Smith for Halloween! Please tell me you have pics... I might be willing to pay to see them.

Thanks for commenting on the diversity of the playlist. During the show, I mentioned that it's the only place where you can hear Whodini, ABBA, and David Ruffin all in one show.

Mistress of the D: Walk the Dinosaur takes me back to my days living in Marquette, MI. Catchy song and a fun video to go along with it.

Samantha_K said...

S.O.S and Freaks Come Out At Night.

All of those great songs and these are the two that are now running in a crazy loop through my head.

Holly Smith said...

Well, I was eleven or twelve...can't imagine what my parents must have been thinking. LOL

Malcolm said...

Holly: Sounds like you have some progressive parents.

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