Sunday, February 17, 2008

Spin City Playlist For 2/16/08

4 pm hour

Crocodile Rock- Elton John
So Fine- Howard Johnson
Back and Forth- Cameo
Emotion- Samantha Sang
Hey Lawdy Mama- Steppenwolf
Harvest For the World- The Isley Bros.
She's A Bad Mama Jama- Carl Carlton

Double Retro segment's feat. artist: Aretha Franklin
Save Me (1967)
Jump To It (1982)

Kiss You All Over- Exile
Holding On (When Love Is Gone)- L.T.D.
One In A Million- The Romantics
Invincible- Pat Benatar
Black Patch- The Fifth Dimension

5 pm hour

Another One Bites the Dust- Queen
I Can't Live Without My Radio- LL Cool J
This Time- John Cougar
Respect Yourself- The Staple Singers
Who'd She Coo- The Ohio Players
Mexican Radio- Wall of Voodoo
I Melt With You- Modern English

On the Flip Side segment:
I Can't Help It- Michael Jackson (B-side to "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough")

Once You Get Started- Rufus feat. Chaka Khan
Rag Doll- Aerosmith
Sunshine- The Partridge Family
So Very Hard To Go- Tower of Power
Ooh Baby- The West Street Mob

6 pm hour

You Spin Me 'Round (Like A Record)- Dead or Alive
Looking For Clues- Robert Palmer
Think- Lyn Collins
Love Train- The Ojays
I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)- Kenny Loggins
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life- Indeep
I Will Follow- U2
Life's Been Good- Joe Walsh

#1 segment
Shoo-Bee-Do- Madonna (from the album that was #1 on the Billboard chart this week in 1985, "Like A Virgin")

Flying High- The Commodores
The Boys Are Back In Town- Thin Lizzy
Get Down- Gilbert O'Sullivan
What Am I Gonna Do- Rod Stewart
If It Isn't Love- New Edition

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

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The Mistress of the Dark said...

Oh Dead Or Alive. Have you seen the lead singer lately? Scary!!!!

Malcolm said...

I found Dead or Alive's official website today. If I didn't know it was Pete Burns, I would have thought it was a woman with way too much plastic surgery as opposed to a man with way too much work done. I think I would add two exclamation points to "scary".

Barbara said...

GREAT SHOW! I was so glad to be able to listen in, thanks for the U2!

pjazzypar said...

Several of my favorites made the list. Fortunately I have them either on wax or CD as I had the miss this weeks show. I heard the new remixes of Michael Jackson. A co-worker brought it to work. It sounds like it was an awesome show as always.

Malcolm said...

Barbara: Thank you! That would have been too weird if I had played U2 without having read your email request.

Pjazzy: Are you still having problems listening to the stream or were you otherwise engaged? Entertainment Weekly panned most (if not all) of the MJ remixes in a recent issue. I'll have to look online to see if there are samples so I can listen.

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