Saturday, September 3, 2011

The Retro Mix Playlist For 9/02/11

Show theme: The 60s, 70s, & 80s

6 pm hour: The 60s at 6

Last Night- The Mar Keys
Hitch It to a Horse- The Fantastic Johnny C
Can I Get a Witness- Marvin Gaye
Put a Little Love in Your Heart- Jackie DeShannon
Popsicle- Jan & Dan
Some Kinda Fun- Chris Montez
Funky Broadway- Wilson Pickett
Lay Lady Lay- Bob Dylan
Sweet Inspiration- The Sweet Inspirations
Bossa Nova Baby- Elvis Presley

In Concert segment:
Mrs. Robinson- Simon & Garfunkel (rec. live in Carbondale, IL in 1969)

Catch Us If You Can- The Dave Clark Five
Party Lights- Claudine Clark
My Generation- The Who
Let’s Hang On- The Four Seasons
When Something Is Wrong with My Baby- Sam & Dave
Choo Choo Train- The Box Tops
Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show- Neil Diamond
Crumbs Off the Table- Glass House

7 pm hour: The 70s at 7

Carry On Wayward Son- Kansas
Celebrate- Earth, Wind & Fire
Heart of Glass- Blondie
Somebody’s Been Sleeping- 100 Proof Aged in Soul
That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be- Carly Simon
The Show Must Go On- Three Dog Night
Could It Be I'm Falling in Love- The Spinners

On the Flip Side segment:
The Crunge- Led Zeppelin (The B-side to “D’yer Maker”)

Best of My Love- The Emotions
Mrs. Vanderbilt- Paul McCartney & Wings
Annie’s Song- John Denver
Lookin’ Through the Windows- The Jackson Five
Do You Love What You Feel- Rufus feat. Chaka Khan
Gypsy Woman- Brian Hyland
Children of the Revolution- T. Rex

8 pm hour: The 80s at 8

What About Love- Heart
Shock- The Motels
Too Hot- Kool & the Gang
Hard Woman- Mick Jagger
Rock This Town- The Stray Cats
Velcro Fly- ZZ Top
Saturday Love- Cherrelle with Alexander O’Neal

With or Without You segment:
Can’t Wait- Foreigner
Midnight Blue- Lou Gramm

Start!- The Jam
Pet Sematary- The Ramones
How About Us- Champaign
Love Comes Quickly- Pet Shop Boys
The Warrior- Scandal feat. Patty Smyth

The Retro Mix Video of the Week: Velcro Fly by ZZ Top


Stagg said...

I was looking @ a ZZ TOP / Billy Gibbons gearhead rock n' roll book a short while back.....


Malcolm said...

Stagg: I read a passage of that book online when I was doing research for trivia questions. That's how I confirmed the origin of ZZ Top's name.

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