Wednesday, March 09, 2005

This week's show (3/12) will be special with the visits of John Hayes (The Dreams ) and Billy Taylor (The Castelles). I also expect that collectors/experts Bob Bosco, Steve Applebaum, and Carl Tancredi will be on hand. And if we are lucky, maybe a special phone call or two.

Last week's show was changed at the last minute to reflect my trip Friday night to Fordham University to see the Bronx African American History Project honor Arthur Crier... in part for his contribution to the culture, but also for his contribution to improving the lives of the people of the area. It was a wonderful celebration of love in its purest sense, and featured some wonderful performances by jazzman Jimmy Owens and r and b performances by the Harptones, Lillian Leach and the Mellows, the Chords, the Clickettes, and others.

Here's the playlist from last week:

1 Hong Kong Jelly Wong - The Royaltones
2 Edna - The Palms
3 Father Time - The Turks
4 Mean Old World - The Halos
5 Gee How I Wish You Were Here - Curtis Lee (With The Halos)
6 Oh What A Night - The Halos
7 He Is A Shelter - The Soul Stirrers
8 I Thought I Could Forget - The Cap Tans
9 Meet Me After School - The Earls
10 Here I Am - The Moonglows
11 Sweet Annie Laurie - Sammy Turner
12 All By Myself - Fats Domino
13 Sh Boom - The Chords
14 Because Of My Best Friend - The Clickettes
15 Life Is But A Dream - The Harptones
16 Speedilac - Sonny Day And The Versatiles
17 Sugar Sugar - Wilson Pickett
18 Tainted Love - Gloria Jones
19 Everybody Loves A Lover - The Vibrations
20 Half Angel - The Twilighters
21 I'm Yours - The Morrisania Review
22 You're Mine - The Crickets
23 Rocking Is Our Business - The Treniers
24 Respectable - The Isley Brothers
25 Shanghai - The Billy Williams Quartet
26 Zing Zing - Art Neville
27 Bloodshot Eyes - Wynonie Harris
28 Don't Say Goodnight - The Valentines
29 A Thousand Dreams - Bobby Hendricks
30 How Sentimental Can I Be - Lillian Leach And The Mellows


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