Saturday, August 9, 2008

The Retro Mix Playlist For 8/8/08

7 pm hour

You Wear It Well- Rod Stewart
Big Mouth- Whodini
Real Love- Mary J. Blige
Let It Flow- Grover Washington Jr.
December- Collective Soul
Can the Can- Suzi Quatro
Who's Crying Now- Journey

The Guilty Pleasure of the Week:
Truly Madly Deeply- Savage Garden

Used To Be My Girl- The Ojays
Get Up and Boogie (That's Right)- Silver Convention
Was It Worth It- Pet Shop Boys
Bang and Blame- R.E.M.
Alligator Woman- Cameo

8 pm hour

Cool It Now- New Edition
Never Knew Love Like This Before- Stephanie Mills
I'm Your Boogie Man- K.C. & the Sunshine Band
Get A Leg Up- John Mellencamp
All Apologies- Nirvana
Yo' Mister- Patti Labelle

Now and Then segment's feat. artist: Felix Cavaliere
One of These Days (from his 2008 CD w/ Steve Cropper titled Nudge It Up A Notch)
I've Been Lonely Too Long (1967, from his days with The Rascals)

He's A Friend- Eddie Kendricks
Too Late To Turn Back Now- Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose
Little Red Book- Toni Basil
Love Plus One- Haircut 100
Tennessee- Arrested Development

Programming note: on Friday Aug 15th, my show will air from midnight until 2 am.

The Retro Mix video of the week: Can the Can by Suzi Quatro


Jessica said...

I listened to the first hour. Great songs! I had never heard Grover Washington Jr.-very cool! :)

pjazzypar said...

Great show! I am trying to think of what I want to request next week. I was thinking about maybe Gino Vanelli or Angela Bofill. I will let you know.

Anonymous said...

I like the REM and Nirvana - brings back memories...between your list and youtube, to watch the videos, I'm suddenly feeling nostalgic for a high school football game!

Malcolm said...

Jessica: Glad to hear you caught the first hour. Cool is the perfect word to describe "Let It Flow" by Grover Washington Jr.

Pjazzy: Thank you! As a heads up, I think I have only one song by Gino Vanelli and nada by Angela Bofill.

Thriving Holly: I was a bit disappointed that R.E.M. didn't do "Bang and Blame" when I saw them during the Monster tour. Still, it was an awesome show.

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