Sunday, February 5, 2012

The Retro Mix Playlist For 1/28/12: Tribute to Etta James

Show theme: Tribute to the late Etta James, along with other tunes from the 50s and 60s.

6 pm hour

Tell Mama- Etta James
How Many Tears- Bobby Vee
She’s Rather Be with Me- The Turtles
Good Rockin’ Daddy- Etta James
Personality- Lloyd Price
Randy Scouse Git- The Monkees
A Lover’s Concerto- The Toys
Crazy Feeling- Etta James
Since I Don’t Have You- The Skyliners
Five O’Clock World- The Vogues

Double Retro segment:
I Got You Babe- Sonny & Cher
I Got You Babe- Etta James

Too Much- Elvis Presley
What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)- Jr. Walker & the All-Stars
Trust in Me- Etta James
Rock & Roll Music- Chuck Berry
Market Place- Etta James
Speedo- The Cadillacs
Hey Harmonica Man- Stevie Wonder
Hey Now- Lesley Gore

7 pm hour

At Last- Etta James
Behind a Painted Smile- The Isley Brothers
Chewy Chewy- The Ohio Express
Roll with Me Henry- Etta James
Blue Suede Shoes- Carl Perkins
Everything That Touches You- The Association
I’d Rather Go Blind- Etta James
Duke of Earl- Gene Chandler
One Two Three and I Fell- Tommy James & the Shondells
Boys- The Shirelles

On the Flip Side segment:
I Just Want to Make Love to You- Etta James (B-side to At Last)

Calendar Girl- Neil Sedaka
Kansas City- Wilbert Harrison
Hey Henry- Etta James
The Lion Sleeps Tonight- The Tokens
I Must Be the Devil- The Box Tops
Almost Persuaded- Etta James
Bo Diddley- Bo Diddley
Baby Please Don’t Go- The Amboy Dukes

8 pm hour

In the Basement- Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto
Quarter to Three- Gary “U.S.” Bonds
Lil’ Red Riding Hood- Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
That’s All- Etta James
Lucille- Little Richard
Cathy’s Clown- The Everly Brothers
All I Could Do Was Cry- Etta James
Wonderful! Wonderful!- Johnny Mathis
Easier Said Than Done- The Essex
Pushover- Etta James
Time Won’t Let Me- The Outsiders
Shake, Rattle, and Roll- Big Joe Turner
I’m a Fool- Etta James
Stormy- The Classics IV
It Takes Two- Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston
Tears of Joy-Etta James
The Israelites- Desmond Dekker & the Aces
Let’s the Spend the Night Together- The Rolling Stones
Don’t Look Back- The Remains
The Pick-Up- Etta James


LL Cool Joe said...

How Many Tears by Bobby Vee is a classic.

Malcolm said...

I'm impressed that you know that "How Many Tears". Although it was a much bigger hit in the UK than it was in the US, it's still impressive that you know it. Does it still get a lot of airplay on UK radio?