Saturday, August 16, 2008

The Retro Mix Playlist For 8/15/08

12 Midnight hour

Can You Feel It- The Jacksons
Super Connected- Belly
Broken Wings- Mr. Mister
Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody
Nothing From Nothing- Billy Preston
Lessons In Love- Level 42
Stay- Shakespear's Sister

Common Thread segment: Tribute to Isaac Hayes
Don't Let Go
Do Your Thing
Theme From Shaft

Would- Alice In Chains
Love Is A Battlefield- Pat Benatar
It Only Takes A Minute- Tavares
Criticize- Alexander O'Neal

1 am hour

Saturday In the Park- Chicago
American Storm- Bob Seger
Just A Girl- No Doubt
Paid In Full- Eric B. and Rakim
Groove Me- King Floyd
And You Know That- The Sequence
Selling the Drama- Live
Tempted- Squeeze

With or Without You segment's feat. artist: Jeffrey Osborne
Holdin' On (When Love Is Gone)- LTD
Don't You Get So Mad (solo)

You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)- Sylvester
Tell Me When- The Human League
Saturday Night- The Bay City Rollers
Dance Hall Days- Wang Chung
What About Your Friends- TLC

The Retro Mix video of the week: Criticize by Alexander O'Neal


Jessica said...

Awesome show! I was able to catch the full thing, finally.:) Good mix of music.

Your tribute to Isaac Hayes was cool. I love his music. One song of his that I like, which I just recently rediscovered is Good Love. lol

Saturday in the Park is one of my favorites. And Dance Hall Days was a contender for my iPod widget this week! I was so close to putting it on. :)

Anonymous said...

Broken Wings, Love is a Battlefield, and Would are my faves for this week.

Isn't Would on the Singles soundtrack? I have that somewhere...

Great mix!

Pop Art Diva! said...

I see the Dark Knight is nudging out Titanic today in your poll - but not by much. The other day they were in a dead heat, lol.

It's interesting to see the voting on these two.

Lauren said...

I just wanted you to know I popped in today! I'll answer your question on my blog.

Malcolm said...

Jessica: Cool! I am glad you were able to stay up and catch the whole thing. Another Isaac Hayes track that I like, but haven't heard in years is "Chocolate Chip". I tried to find it on Napster, but no luck.

I like to kick off the top of the hour of a show with "Saturday in the Park"... I love that piano opening. I'm going to have to check out your iPod widget to see what you're rocking to these days.

Thriving Holly: Yes, Would is from the Singles soundtrack. I remember that MTV promoted the hell out of the soundtrack and the movie when they came out. Because I was a charter member of Alternative Nation, the Singles soundtrack was in my regular rotation of cassettes back in 1992. Having said that, I didn't get around to seeing the movie until years later.

Pop Art Diva: I think you commented in the wrong post (the one about the poll was down a few scroll), but that's OK. :-)

Lauren: Thanks for the heads up.

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