Saturday, December 12, 2009

The Retro Mix Playlist For 12/11/09

12 midnight hour

Dude (Looks Like A Lady)- Aerosmith
Fopp- The Ohio Players
You and I- Rick James
Coming Clean- Green Day
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da- The Police
N.Y. You Got Me Dancing- The Andrea True Connection
I Want Her- Keith Sweat
Look Away- Big Country

The Guilty Pleasure of the Week
Glory of Love- Peter Cetera

Honey Please, Can't Ya See- Barry White
I Love Rock & Roll- Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Smooth Up In Ya- The Bullet Boys
Tennessee- Arrested Development
Too Much Posse- Public Enemy
Tearin' Up My Heart- NSYNC

1 am hour

Bette Davis Eyes- Kim Carnes
Dangerous Type- The Cars
Sumthin' Sumthin'- Maxwell
What's Going On- Marvin Gaye
Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)- Van Morrison
Mr. Jones- Counting Crows
Do You Wanna Get Away- Shannon

With or Without You segment's feat. artist: John Waite
Isn't It Time- The Babys
Change- John Waite

December- Collective Soul
Dance the Kung Fu- Carl Douglas
Living In America- James Brown
That's the Way I Like It- K.C. & the Sunshine Band
Rock & Roll High School- The Ramones

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

The Retro Mix Video of the Week: Change by John Waite


Judi said...

Good mix, although Peter Cetera surprised me:) I was listening to some of these just yesterday while at work, including:
I Love Rock and Roll
Jackie Wilson Said
What's Going On
Really love these four!

Ann said...

I love that you play songs I haven't heard in years. I never realized how much I missed them until you played them! I was super happy to hear TENNESSEE!! I miss Arrested Development! And, of course, WHAT'S GOING ON is one of my favorite songs ever!! Thanks for reminding me! Jess and I had a blast doing the choreography to CHANGE - but now that I watched the video, we didn't do such a good job :(

Penny said...

hellll yeah!! Peter Cetera is a freakin' lyrical genious.
Also, NSYNC always tops my list :)
Great list this week :)

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