Jan 192018

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Agitation Free Laila, Part 2 2nd (Vertigo) (1973)
David Bowie Time (single Edit) single (b/w The Prettiest Star) (RCA Victor) (1973) (From: Aladdin Sane [30th Anniversary Edition])
Steve Marcus Tomorrow Never Knows Tomorrow Never Knows (Vortex) (1968)
Music behind DJ: 
June Gardner
99 Plus 1 single (b/w Mustard Greens) (Hot Line) (1965) (From: Wardell Quezerque: Sixty Smokin’ Soul Senders)
Earl King Feeling My Way Around single (b-side to Poor Sam) (Hot Line) (1967) (From: Wardell Quezerque: Sixty Smokin’ Soul Senders)
Ray Price Invitation To The Blues single (b-side to City Lights) (Columbia) (1958) (From: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music – Country And Western Hit Parade)
Doc Pomus Too Much Boogie unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: Rhythm ‘n’ Blues – Boogie Woogie Goodies)
Shocking Blue Mighty Joe single (b/w Wild Wind) (Pink Elephant) (1969) (From: Nederbeat 63′ 69′)
The Everly Brothers The Price Of Love single (b/w It Only Costs A Dime) (Warner Bros.) (1965) (From: Heartaches & Harmonies Disk 3)
Nick Lowe Born Fighter Labour Of Lust (Radar) (1979)
The Flaming Sideburns Bama Lama Loo Back To The Grave (Bad Afro) (2006)
Dusty Springfield Don’t Say It Baby single (b-side to Your Hurtin’ Kinda Love) (Philips) (1965) (From: Everything’s Coming Up Dusty)
Music behind DJ: 
Los Mirlos
La Danza De Los Mirlos single (b/w El Achoradito) (Dinsa) (1972)
Billie Holiday With Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra These Foolish Things shellac 10″ (b/w Why Do I Lie To Myself About You?) (Brunswick) (1936)
Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra Velvet We Travel The Space Ways (El Saturn) (1967)
Benny Gebauer’s Sound Corporation/Orchester Jeff Hasky That’s A Hard Job Benny Gebauer’s Sound Corporation/Orchester Jeff Hasky (Europhon) (unk.) (From: Test Card Music Vol. 2)
It’s A Beautiful Day White Bird It’s A Beautiful Day (Columbia) (1969) (From: Love Is The Song We Sing: San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970)
The Collectors Fat Bird single (b/w Make It Easy) (Warner Bros.) (1967) (From: Woman Of Stone – USA Garage Greats)
Ohio Express Sausalito (Is The Place To Go) single (b/w Make Love Not War) (Buddah) (1969) (From: Written By… Graham Gouldman, Parte I)
Music behind DJ: 
Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra
Yellow Bird single (b/w Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra & Chorus-Cruising Down The River) (Dot) (1961) (From: The Best Of Lawrence Welk)
The Mills Brothers Smoke Rings shellac 10″ (b/w Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet) (Harmony) (1933) (From: Thank You For Smoking)
The Arbors You Are The Girl A Symphony For Susan (Date) (1966) (From: Very Best Of The Arbors)
The Bachelors The Old Wishing Well single (b-side to Chapel In The Moonlight) (London) (1965)
The Guess Who Friends Of Mine Wheatfield Soul (RCA Victor) (1969)
Music behind DJ: 
Johnny Frigo
Dance Of Love Chicago Jazz Dance Revival At Gus’ Place (Orion) (unk.) (From: Collected Works)
Elton John Texas Love Song Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player (MCA) (1973)
Little Feat Forty-Four Blues: How Many More Years prev. unr. (Warner Bros.) (unk.) (From: Hoy-Hoy!)
Dr. John Life In The Right Place (Atco) (1973)
Creedence Clearwater Revival Born On The Bayou single (b-side to Proud Mary) (Fantasy) (1968) (From: 20 Golden Greats)
Harpers Bizarre Louisiana Man Anything Goes (Warner Bros.) (1967)
The Band Life Is A Carnival single (b/w The Moon Struck One) (Capitol) (1971) (From: To Kingdom Come)
Music behind DJ: 
Simon Gale And His Music/The Dick Hunter Five
Canzona D’Amore Colours In Rhythm Volume 3 (Apollo Sound) (1998) (From: Test Card Music Vol. 1 – From The Archives)
Cannonball Adderley Country Preacher single (b-side to Hummin’) (Capitol) (1969) (From: Cannonball Adderley: The Capitol Years)
The Falcons The Teacher single (b/w Waiting For You) (United Artists) (1960)
Gene Pitney Fool Killer Gene Pitney’s Big Sixteen Volume Two (Musicor) (1965) (From: The Rare Bacharach, Vol. 1: 1956-1978)
Lee Hazlewood Your Sweet Love The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood (MGM) (1966)
The Walker Brothers Wipe Away My Tears prev. unr. (unk.) (196?) (From: Everything Under The Sun (The Complete Recordings))
Benny Goodman Sextet Six Appeal shellac 10″ (b/w These Foolish Things) (Parlophone) (1940) (From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Music behind DJ: 
Roland Alphonso And The Beverly’s All Stars
El Toro single (b-side to Desmond Dekker And The Aces-007) (Pyramid) (1967) (From: Trojan Instrumentals Box Set)
Bob & Ray Views Behind The News – Little League Polo Tape 2 (WOR-AM) (1975)
Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights with Donna & Her Don Juans The Hut-Sut Song (A Swedish Serenade) shellac 10″ (The Way You Look At Me) (Columbia) (1941)
The Exciters It’s Love That Really Counts Tell Him (United Artists) (1963) (From: The Rare Bacharach, Vol. 1: 1956-1978)
Pony It’s Gonna Be So Easy single (b/w Til I Met You) (20th Century) (1974) (From: Before It Was Called Power Pop (Vol. 1) [1970-1977])
Tami Neilson Walk (Back To Your Arms) Dynamite! (self-released) (2014)
Music behind DJ: 
Wganda Kenya
Combate A Kung Fu Por Una Negrita (Discos Fuentes) (1974?) (From: The Afrosound Of Colombia. Volume 1)
George Harrison What Is Life single (b-side to My Sweet Lord) (Apple) (1971) (From: The Complete Apple Singles Collection Vol 2 1969-1971)
Helen Merrill The Masquerade Is Over With Strings (Emarcy) (1955)
Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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