Playlist

Greasy Tracks Playlists

Dec. 13, 2014 (Program No. 853)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Don’t Knock My Love Pt. 2 — Wilson Pickett
Why (Am I Treated So Bad) — Brian Auger & The Trinity
Woman Across The River — Little Milton
Got It Together Pt. 1-2 — Rudy Robinson & The Hungry 5
Got To Get Better In A Little While — Derek and the Dominos
To Kingdom Come — The Band
Shootout In Chinatown — The Band
Look Out Cleveland — The Weight
Chest Fever — The Weight
King Harvest — The Band
The Message — Blue Mitchell
Kalimba — Earth, Wind & Fire
Merry Christmas Baby — Bill Cosby
Holiday Cheer — The Martinis
Doing My Own Thing — Johnnie Taylor
I’m A Ram — Al Green
Out On The Coast — Larry Willis
A Dollar Ninety Eight — Johnny Moore
Tiki — Jimmy McGriff
Somewhere Down The Line — Albert Washington
Wet & Satisfied — Bill Doggett
Bus Ride — Reuben Wilson
Jasper County Man — Bobbi Humphrey
**Note: Guitarist Jim Weider is a guest discussing the music of The Band and upcoming performance of The Weight.

Dec. 6, 2014 (Program No. 852)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
You’re So Rude — Faces
Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake — Small Faces
Up The Wooded Hills To Bedfordshire — Small Faces
Afterglow Of Your Love — Small Faces
Three-Button Hand Me Down — Faces
Borstal Boys — Faces
All or Nothing — Small Faces
Skewiff — Small Faces
This is Soul — Paul Nero
People Make The World Go Round — Milt Jackson
Down Home Girl — The Coasters
Playhouse — O’Donel Levy
Let It Loose — Rolling Stones
Bitch — Rolling Stones
The Wanderer — Dion
Whatever Gets You Through The Night — John Lennon
Sweet Virginia — Rolling Stones
Get Ourselves Together — Delaney & Bonnie
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking — Rolling Stones
Notes: Feature on The Haight, the new book of Jim Marshall photography with guests Amelia Davis, Joel Selvin and Jay Blakesberg. Also, tributes to Ian McLagan and Bobby Keys who passed away this week.

Dec. 3, 2014 (Program No. 851)
The In Crowd/Wade In The Water/Ain’t There Something That Money Can’t Buy — Young-Hold Unlimited
Oogo-Boo-Ga-Loo — Jazz Crusaders
Walk In The Night — Grant Green
Go Lil’ Lisa — Coleman Hawkins Quartet
Going Back To Memphis — Oliver Sain
Dr. Honoris Causa — Cannonball Adderley
Dunbar High School Marching Band — Les McCann
Orange Peel — Ruben Wilson
The Bird Wave — Jimmy McGriff
Jasper County Man — Bobbi Humphrey
Soul Special — Andrew Hill
Good Humour Man — Blue Mitchell
Groovy Gravy — Bill Cosby-Quincy Jones
Sing A Simple Song — King Curtis
Duji — Kool & The Gang
Sneaking In The Back — Tom Scott & The L.A. Express
Light My Fire — Shirley Bassey
What Did I Say About The Box Jack? — IF
If There’s Hell Below — Lou Donaldson
Butterfly — Herbie Hancock
Super Strut — Deodato
People Make The World Go Round — Milt Jackson
Ode To Stuff — Stuff
Love Will Find A Way — Jimmy Ponder
Boomp Boomp Chop — The Sons of Champlin
Note: Jazz program fill-in

Nov. 29, 2014 (Program No. 850)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Breakout — Johnny Hammond
Slipping & Sliding — Yusuf Lateef
Pali Gap — Jimi Hendrix
Valleys of Neptune — Jimi Hendriix
Earth Blues — Jimi Hendrix
Castles Made of Sand — Jimi Hendrix
Standing on the Verge of Getting It On — Funkadelic
Come In Out Of The Rain — Parliament
Testify — The Parliaments
Balance — Funkadelic
Side Effects — Parliament
I Bet You — Funkadelic
Night of The Thumpasaurus People — Parliament
A Joyful Process — Funkadelic
Ain’t The Funkin Kind of Hard on You — Funkadelic
Chicken Gumbo — Preston Love
12:15 Slow Goonbash Blues — Shuggie Oits & Al Kooper
Goin’ Back To L.A. — Johnny Otis Show
Miss Pretty — Shuggie Otis
That’s Life — Snatch & The Poontangs
Me & My Woman — Shuggie Otis
Purple — Shuggie Otis
Notes: Anniversary of the births of Jimi Hendrix (Nov. 27) and Shuggie Otis (Nov.30) as well as an interview with George Clinton.

Nov. 22, 2014 (Program No. 849)
Don’t Want You No More/It’s Not My Cross To Bear — Allman Bros.
Greedy Over You — George Jackson
Darkness — Soul Survivors
No Reason To Cry — Hour Glass
Melissa — 31st of February
Light My Fire — Clarence Carter
It Ain’t Right — Aretha Franklin
Hey Joe — King Curtis
Walk On Gilded Splinters — Johnny Jenkins
Little Wing — Derek and the Dominos
Tell The Truth — Derek and the Dominos
Reap What You Sow — Otis Rush
Games People Play — King Curtis
Push Push — Herbie Mann
Finding Her — Boz Scaggs
Loan Me A Dime — Boz Scaggs
Trouble No More — Allman Brothers
Voodoo In You — Johnny Jenkins
Spirit In The Dark — Herbie Mann
Please Be With Me — Cowboy
Toehold — Wilson Pickett
Hey Jude — Wilson Pickett
When The Battle Is Over — Aretha Franklin
Going Down Slow — Duane Allman
Dimples — Allman Brothers Band
Dreams — Allman Brothers Band
The Weight — Aretha Franklin
Road Of Love — Clarence Carter
Living On The Open Road — Delaney & Bonnie
Little Martha — Allman Brothers Band
**Note: Duane Allman 68th birthday tribute

Nov. 15, 2014 (Program No. 848)
Ball Of Confusion — Temptations
Mr. King & Mr. Jordan — Oliver Sain
Instant Groove — King Curtis
Green Onions — Graham Bond
Moses In The Bullrushes — Dick Heckstall-Smith
Too Much Thinking — Keef Hartley
Somebody — Fleetwood Mac
Toe Hold — Wilson Pickett
Get Out Of My Life Woman — The Mad Lads
Tightrope — Ten Wheel Drive
One Big Saturday Night — Gene Vincent
On A Saturday Night — Eddie Floyd
One More Saturday Night — Grateful Dead
You Got Me Singing — Eddie Hinton
Funky Street — Arthur Conley
Talk About a Morning — Buzzy Linhart
Fairchild — Willie West
People Make The World Go Around — MIlt Jackson
I Am The Black Gold of The Sun — Rotary Connection
Mary, Don’t Take Me On No Bad Trip — Fugi
Let’s Do It Today — The Us
Everything’s Alright — Dry Ice
Mr. Machine — The Chefs
When You Get Through With It, Put It Back — Soul Patrol
Cloud Nine — Temptations

Nov. 8, 2014 (Program No. 847)
Ball Of Confusion — Temptations
Lanoola Goes Limp — Bob Thiele Emergency
Hold On, I’m Coming — Herbie Mann
Investigator’s Groove — Calypso King & The Soul Investigators
Show Biz Kids — Steely Dan
Food Stamps — 24-Caret Black
Finders Keepers — Chairmen Of The Board
Bless My Soul — Tom Scott & The L.A. Express
Sliding In And Out (Of My Neighbor’s House) — The Memphians
Free Your Mind — The Politicians
Starbourne — Johnny Hammond
Blind Bats & Swamp Rats — Johnny Jenkins
That’s The Bag I’m In — Fred Neil
Orange Blossoms — Mofro
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Work That Sucker — The Bo-Keys
The Point — Aaron “Chico” Bailey & The Family Affair Band
Chains — J. Geils Band
Subject To Change — Danny Green
Marine Corps Hymn
New Ways Train Train — Jeff Beck Group
We The People — Staple Singers
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen Group
Chicken Pox — Booker T & The MGs
Soul Dressing — Booker T & The MGs
Abbey Road Medley — Booker T & The MGs
Soul Sanction — Booker T & The MGs
Johnny, I Love You — Booker T & The MGs
Chinese Checkers — Booker T & The MGs
Home Grown — Booker T & The MGs
Melting Pot — Booker T & The MGs
Station Break — Firesign Theater
Til My Back Ain’t Got No Bone — Esther Phillips
You Ain’t Done Nothin’ — Stevie Wonder
Army, Navy, Coast Guard & Air Force themes
Gotta Serve Somebody — Booker T & The MGs
**Note: Booker T. Jones turns 70 on Nov. 12

Nov. 1, 2014 (Program No. 846)

Born Under A Bad Sign — Albert King
You Must Be A Witch — The Lollipop Shoppe
Psycho — The Sonics
Season of The Witch — Julie Driscoll
Crimson Witch — The Moving Sidewalks
Supernatural Thing Part I — Ben E. King
Witch Queen of New Orleans — Redbone
Death Valley Nights — Blue Öyster Cult
If There’s Hell Below We’re All Gonna Go — Curtis Mayfield
Hand of Fate — Rolling Stones
Born Under A Bad Sign — William Bell
Born Under A Bad Sign — Peter Green
Jumping At Shadows — Fleetwood Mac
The Super-Natural — John Mayall’s Blues Breakers
Monster Mash — The Beach Boys
Trick Or Treat — Otis Redding
Morgus The Magnificent — Morgus & The 3 Ghouls
Tombstone Shadow — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Spooky — Dave Pike Set
Black Maria — Todd Rundgren
And The Band Played On — Flash And The Pan
Creature With The Atom Brain — Roky Erickson & The Black Angels
Monsters — Blue Öyster Cult
Evil-Hearted You — Yardbirds
Season Of The Witch — The Masked Marauders
Season Of The Witch — Steve Stills & Al Kooper
The Super-Natural — Clas Yngström
Warewolves of London — The Grateful Dead
**Note: All Halloween-themed music

Oct. 25, 2014 (Program No. 845)

Deserted Cities of The Heart — Cream
Keep It Down — Jack Bruce & Mick Taylor
Have You Ever Loved a Woman — Graham Bond Organization
Doing That Scrapyard Thing — Cream
Politician — Jack Bruce & Rory Gallagher
Mary Had a Little Lamb — Buddy Guy
I Feel Free — Cream
A Letter of Thanks — Graham Bond Organization
We’re Going Wrong — Cream
N.S.U. — Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker & Gary Moore
Take It Back — Cream
Never Tell Your Mother She’s Out of Tune — Jack Bruce
Wade In The Water — Graham Bond Organization
You Burned The Tables On Me — Jack Bruce
White Room — Jack Bruce & Friends
Those Were The Days — Cream
Born Under A Bad Sign — Cream
Hoochie Coochie Man — Graham Bond Organization
Rope Ladder To The Moon — Jack Bruce
Hey Now Princess — Cream
Sleepy Time Time — Cream
Victoria Sage — Jack Bruce
Falstaff Beer Commercial — Cream
The Clearout — Cream
Theme For An Imaginary Western — Jack Bruce & Friends
Sweet Wine — Cream
**Note: Tribute to Jack Bruce who passed away at the age of 71 on Oct. 25.

Oct. 18, 2014 (Program No. 844)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
A Real Mother For Ya — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Gonna Have A Good Time — David Camon
Good Time — Arc Angels
Soul Party Part I — Billy Clark & The Maskman
Push & Pull Part I — Rufus Thomas
Can’t Ever Let You Go — Vaneese Thomas & Rufus Thomas
Trapped — Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen Group
Jesus Just Left Chicago — ZZ Top
TB Sheets — Van Morrison
Blacky Joe — Robert Randolph
Going In The Right Direction — Robert Randolph
Jump Street — Manzel
Equatorial Forest — Cymande
Soul Strike — Calypso King & The Soul Investigators
Herm –San Francisco TKOs
Put Your Weight On It — Fillmore Street Soul Rebellion
Own Up Time — Small Faces
Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire — Small Faces
Happy Boys — Small Faces
Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake — Small Faces
Don’t Burst My Bubble — Small Faces
Soul Drums — Bernard Purdie
Stuck In The Mud — Miles Grayson
Gazebo — Johnny Frigo
Golden Walk — The Presidents
I Got Some — Dave Hamilton Studio Players
Camelot Time — J. Hines & The Fellows
Liberty Bell March
Ship of Fools — The Doors
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen Groups
**Notes: Spotlights on Robert Randolph and Ian McLagan who will be performing in the area in the coming week.

Oct. 11, 2014 (Program No. 843)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
25 Miles — Edwin Starr
Clapping Song — Shirley Ellis
Everytime I Look At You — Hall & Oates
Mad Dog Blues — Don Covay
Walkin’ The Dog — Grateful Dead
Knock on Wood — Keith & Donna Godchaux
Hard To Handle — Grateful Dead
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Grateful Dead
Midnight Hour — Grateful Dead
Homegrown — Booker T & The MGs
Said I Wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody — Sam & Dave
A Place Nobody Can Find — Sam & Dave
You Don’t Know Like I Know — Sam & Dave
Goodnight Baby — Sam & Dave
I Take What I Want — Sam & Dave
Hold On, I’m Comin’ — Sam & Dave
Hold On, I’m Comin’ — Bill Cosby
Elijah Rocking Soul — Hank Jacobs
Do It — Johnny Griffith
Soul Patrol — Original Soul Patrol
Out On The Road Again — Danny Green
**Notes: Daryl Hall tuned 68 (Oct. 11) and Sam Moore turns 79 on Oct. 12).

Oct. 4, 2014 (Program No. 842)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Hercules — Boz Scaggs
Thumper — Eric Gale
Hold On, I’m Coming — Herbie Mann
Chocolate Cherry — Joe Tex Band
The Wrong Thing To Do — Mudcrutch
Write A Letter — Mofro
The Big Apple — Hugh Masekela
Foreign Natives — Hugh Masekela/Herb Alpert
All The Dull & Ugly — Monty Python
Bruces Sketch — Monty Python
Never Be Rude To An Arab — Monty Python
Election Forum — Monty Python
Falstaff Beer Commercial — Cream
Deserted Cities of The Heart — Cream
To Love Somebody — Janis Joplin
For Shame of Doing Wrong — Richard Thompson
Season of the Witch — Richard Thompson
Feel Like Sufferin’ — Merl Saunders
Do You Know — Osibisa
I Need Someone — Linda Perry & Soul Express
Soul Special — Andrew Hill
Out On The Road Again — Danny Green
**Note: Anniversary of the debut of “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” in 1969.

Sept. 27, 2014 (Program No. 841)
Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Soul Power — Derek Martin
Celestial Blues — Gary Bartz
Ain’t No Such Thing As Superman — Gil Scott-Heron
Palace of The King — Tedeschi Trucks Band
We Got To Move — Don Nix
Goin’ Down — JJ Cale
Mighty Time — Stillrock
Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven — Albert King
In God We Trust — Don Nix
Goin’ Back To Iuka — Don Nix
Mary Louise — Alabama State Troupers
Asphalt Outlaw Blues — Alabama State Troupers
I’m Going Home — Bo Keys with Charlie Musselwhite
Chinese Checkers — Booker T. & MGs
Supernatural Thing Part I — Ben E. King
Goovin’ — Ben E. King
It Ain’t Right — Mighty Soul Drivers
GT — The New Mastersounds
Stoking — Leon Ferguson & The Groove Tones
Autumn Almanac — The Kinks
**Notes: Birthday tributes to Gary Bartz (74), Ben E. King (76) and Don Nix (73).

Sept. 20, 2014 (Program No. 840)

Dead Presidents — J. Geils Band
Slip Away — Mighty Soul Drivers
Ride Your Pony — Betty Harris
Nearer To You — Betty Harris
Shake Your Moneymaker — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Money Money — Grateful Dead
First I Look At The Purse — The Contours
For The Love Of Money — O’Jays
Money Talks — JJ Cale
Your Cash Ain’t Nothing But Trash — The Clovers
If I Had A Billion Dollars — Jo Mama
Easy Money — Lowell George
Til The Money Runs Out — John Hammond
Ninety-Eights Cents Plus Change — Detriot City Limits
Money — Melvin Sparks
You Can Have Watergate — Fred Wesley & The J.B.s
**Note: Annual fundraiser with money-themed music

Sept. 13, 2014 (Program No. 839)

Snowy Wood — John Mayall
Leather Jacket — Mick Taylor
Hot ‘n’ Nasty — Humble Pie
Shapes of Things — Jeff Beck Group
Post Toastee — Tommy Bolin
Wild Indian Woman — Free
Get Offa My Groove — Tom Guerra
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — OV Wright
Sweet Angeline — Mott
Hey Jude — Wilson Pickett
Overnight Bag — Rory Gallagher
Frankenstein Boots — Tom Guerra
Whatcha Say — The Meters
Sweet Wine of Love — Robin Trower
Seven Stars — Peter Green
Woman Across The River — Freddie King
Greasy Spoon — Crusaders
Don’t Let It Get You Down — Crusaders
Stop — Bloomfield & Kooper
Dirty Son — Tom Guerra
Go Back Home — Steve Stills
High Cost of Lovin’ — Albert King
Scuttlebuttin’ — Stevie Ray Vaughan
Simple Song — Tom Guerra
The Star-Spangled Banner — Jimi Hendrix
**Notes: Guitarist Tom Guerra in studio to discuss his latest release, All Of The Above on a program featuring an array of guitarists. Weekend marks the 200th anniversary of Francis Scott Key penning The Star-Spangled Banner.

Sept. 6, 2014 (Program No. 838)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Change In The Weather — John Fogerty
Four Floors or Forty — Nick Gravenities/John Cipollina
Spider Web — Weston Prim & Blacklash
Deuce & A Quarter — Bo-Keys
Life Is Funky — Round Robin Monopoly
How Could You Do That To Me — Little Milton
Sneaking Around — Little Milton
Open The Door To Your Heart — Little Milton
My Baby’s Something Else — Little Milton
Feel So Bad — Little Milton
Hard Luck Blues — Little Milton
Straight Ahead — Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
It Didn’t Make Sense But It Sure Sounds Good — Eddie Long
Down Home Girl — The Coasters
Wake Up Call — John Mayall
A Hard Road — John Mayall
Me & My Woman — John Mayall
Ten Years Are Gone — John Mayall
Dry Throat — John Mayall
I’m A Stranger — John Mayall
Long Gone Midnight — John Mayall
2401 — John Mayall
On A Saturday Night — Eddie Floyd
**Notes: Anniversary of Little Milton’s birthday on Sept. 7 and John Mayall coming to Hartford on Sept. 11.

Aug. 30, 2014 (Program No. 837)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
The Devil You Know — Mofro
Get A Job — Greyboy Allstars
Bullitt — Louis Jordan
Out On The Road Again — Danny Green
Sitting On A Tongue — Grodeck Whipperjenny
I’ve Been Working — Bob Seger
Work To Do — Isley Brothers
Get Up Jake — The Band
Keeping Up With The Joneses — Little Feat
Go For Yourself — The Meters
Gumbo — Santana
Whatcha Gonna Do — Azteca
Spanish Grease — Willie Bobo
Batuka>No One To Depend On — Santana
The Working Man — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Wet & Satisfied — Bill Doggett
Love Will Find A Way — Jimmy Ponder
Time Machine — Chocolate Milk
A Day In The Life — Chocolate Snow
Work Song — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
In And Out Of Love — The Rascals
See — The Rascals
I’ve Been Working — Van Morrison
Foot Pumping — The Organics
Milk — The Basic
Bumpin’ On Sunset — Harold Young & The Magnificents
Salt Of The Earth — Rolling Stones
**Note: Labor Day weekend, so work-themed music throughout.

Aug. 23, 2014 (Program No. 836)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
The Skunk, The Goose & The Fly — Tower of Power
Out On The Coast — Larry Wills
Sweet Sister Funk — Ramon Morris
Funky Loving — The Prince of Soul
The World Part I — Sandi & The Matues
Rock ‘n’ Roll Stew — Traffic
Low Rider — Jim Capaldi
Freight Train Jam — War
I’m The Slime — Frank Zappa
The Illinois Enema Bandit — Frank Zappa
Thing — Lowell Fulson
Local Color — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Pride of Man — Nick Gravenities & John Cipollina
Small Walk-In Box — Gravenities & John Cipollina
Cisco Kid — Ruben Wilson
Soul & Sunshine —  Harvey & The Phenomenals
Bus Stop — Oliver Sain
Senior Thump — The Mohawks
Sugar Sugar — Willie Henderson & The Soul Explosions
The Point — Aaron Bailey & The Family Affair Band
Mr. Machine — The Chefs
Save Me — James Knight & The Butlers
Bad on Bad — Chet Ivey & His Fabulous Avengers
Life Is A Beautiful Thing — Fats Gallon
**Notes: Anniversaries of the birth of John Cipollina (Aug. 24, 1943) and Jim Capaldi (Aug. 24, 1944).

Aug. 16, 2014 (Program No. 835)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Let The Music Take Your Mind — Grant Green
Chameleon — Buddy Rich
Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Wrapped, Tied and Tangled — Lavern Baker
California Montage — Young-Holt Unlimited
Louisiana  Slim — Leon Spencer
Stone Flower — Fats Theus
Ninety-Eight Cents Plus Tax — Detroit City Limits
Pure Soul — Elijah And The Ebonites
Power of Soul — Idris Muhammad
Freedom And Good Times — O’Donel Levy
Black Talk — Charles Earland
The Black Cat — Gene Ammons
Mercy Mercy Me — Leon Spencer
Hey Pocky A-Way — Idris Muhammad
Music Part 1 — Benny Sharp & The Sharpies
Stuck In The Mud — Miles Grayson
Love The Life You Live — Melvin Sparks
**Notes: Tribute throughout to drummer Idris Muhammad who passed away recently at the age of 74. Infinity Hall founder/manager Dan Hincks is also interviewed.

Aug. 9, 2014 (Program No. 834)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Right On — Sons of Slum
Wah-Wah — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Gimme Shelter — Merry Clayton
Respect Yourself — Marc Broussard
Magnificent Sanctuary Band — Jerry Garcia Band
Meet Me In The Morning — Freddie King
Anyday  — Derek Trucks Band
Under Pressure — Cold Blood
Garden Of Four Trees — The Explosions
Me & My Woman — Shuggie Otis
Get Out of My Life Woman — Allen Toussaint
On Your Way Down — Little Feat
It’s So Heavy — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Bound For Glory — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Yellow Sunshine — Yellow Sunshine
Poquito Soul — Senor Soul
Expressway (To Your Heart) — Merl Saunders
Valdez In The Country  — Donnie Hathaway
Chain of Fools — Jimmy Brown
River Boulevard — The Pointer Sisters
Summer In The City — Bartel
You Got The Love — Rufus
20-75 — Oliver Sain
Funky Chicken Stew — Dayton Sidewinders
Walk On Gilded Splinters — Johnnie Jenkins
Man-Child — Merl Saunders
The Bump — George Freeman
Slipping In And Out — The Memphians
Expo ’83 — The Backyard Heavies
Finders Keepers — Chairman Of The Board
Soul Trippin’ — Joe Arnold
Don’t Be Sore At Me — The Parliaments
Breakdown — Parliament
People Make The World Go Round — Milt Jackson
Fantasy — Pi-R-Square
**Notes: Interview with Susan Tedeschi and anniversary of the passing of Jerry Garcia in 1995.

Aug. 2, 2014 (Program No. 833)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Stone Junkie — Curtis Mayfield
Valleys of Neptune — Jimi Hendrix
Grosso Profundo — Greyboy Allstars
Let It Rock — Jerry Garcia Band
Fried Chicken — Rufus Thomas
No Ending — Stacy Lane
The Price Is Too High — Slim Harpo
Hole In The Wall — The Packers
South American Robot — The Martinis
Misunderstood — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Write A Letter — Mofro
Line Between Love and Hate — Wallace Brothers
Sing, Sing, Sing — The Incredible Bongo Band
Shakedown Street — Grateful Dead
Whatcha Say — The Meters
Cissy Strut —  Zero
Sweet Inspiration — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Spanish Moon — Little Feat
Tough Talk — The Crusaders
He Ain’t Give You None — Legion of Mary
The Red Telephone — Love
Orange Peel — Sopwith Camel
Sookie Sookie — Grant Green
No Wrong Show — Thony Shorby Nyenwi
Y Sharp — Osibisa
Rock Steady — Johnny Hammond
Sick and Tired — Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders
Cry One More Time — J. Geils Band
Funky Waltz — The Eleventh House
Road Runner — Legion of Mary
**Note: Jerry Garcia would have been 72 on Aug. 1.

July 26, 2014 (Program No. 832)

You Left The Water Running — Maurice & Mac
Sugar Foot — King Curtis
Too Weak To Fight — Clarence Carter
Starting All Over — Amy Black
Two In The Morning — Spooner’s Crowd
Cover Me — Eddie Hinton
Thread The Needle — Clarence & Calvin
You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man) — June Edwards
Jody’s Got Your Girl And Gone — Johnnie Taylor
You Left The Woman Running — Amy Black
Some Day We’ll Be Together — King Curtis
Two Big Legs & A Short Red Dress — O.B. McClinton
Do Right Woman — Aretha Franklin
Jody Come Back And Get Your Shoes — Bobby Newsome
Dirty Man — Laura Lee
Breaking Up Somebody’s Home — Denise LaSalle
Stealing In The Name of The Lord — Paul Kelly
Sounds Like The Devil — Shemekia Copeland
Dirty Water — Shemekia Copeland
Just My Imagination — Rolling Stones
Dance Part I — Rolling Stones
Slave — Rolling Stones
Tallahassee Lassie — Rolling Stones
You Better Move On — Amy Black
You Better Move On — Rolling Stones
Melody — Rolling Stones
Something To Write Home About — Eddie Floyd
**Note: Mick Jagger’s 71st birthday on July 26; interview with singer Amy Black who will be spotlighting the music of Muscle Shoals in a local show with Sarah Borges.

July 19, 2014 (Program No. 831)

Goin’ Down — Freddie King
Amos Burke — Don Nix
Goin’ Back To Iuka — Don Nix
She’s Hongry — Mark Massey
Bluesman — Danny Green
Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven — Albert King
Palace of the King — Don Nix
She’s Not Mine Anymore — Mark Massey
Black Cat Moan — Don Nix
Hero — Jerekus Singleton
Devil In Me — Kal David
Hard Luck Story — Illinois Speed Press
Free — Kal David
Live It Out Until The End — Kal David
Free — Fabulous Rhinestones
It’s My Own Fault — Johnny Winter
Prodigal Son — Johnny Winter
Out On A Limb — Johnny Winter
Bad Luck & Trouble — Johnny Winter
Leeland, Mississippi Blues — Johnny Winter
**Note: Interview with Don Nix and tribute to Johnny Winter who passed away July 16 at the age of 70.

July 12, 2014 (Program No. 830)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Funky Cat — James Knight & The Butlers
Tin Cans and Allyways — Don Cooper
Listen To Me — Baby Huey
Birdman — Soul Destroyers
Hi Roller — Little Feat
Maceo — Maceo & The Kingsmen
Hide & Seek — Mofro
Station Break — Firesign Theater
Total Destruction To Your Mind — Swamp Dogg
Crawdad Hole — Swamp Dogg
Do You Believe — Swamp Dogg
Sam Stone — Swamp Dogg
Synthetic World — Swamp Dogg
Redneck — Swamp Dogg
Mama’s Baby, Daddy’s Maybe — Swamp Dogg
Fat Mama — Herbie Hancock
Bumpin’ On Sunset/We Got More Soul — Charles Williams
Love Potion/Cheeba Cheeba — The Tom Cats with Ann Winley
I’ve Got Love For My Baby — The Jades
Push & Pull — Lito Orquesta Barrientos
Hot Grits — Elijah & The Ebonites
It’s A Rat Race — The Leaders
Scorpio — The Kashmere Stage Band
I Just Want To Be — Robbie Hill’s Family Affair
My Word — The Baron’s Unlimited
Sling Shot — The Second Thought
Hunk of Funk — Gene Dozier & The Brotherhood
The Rock That Killed Goliath — Al Tanner
**Note: 72nd birthday of Swamp Dogg (Jerry Williams, Jr.) on July 12.

July 5, 2014 (Program No. 829)

It’s Too Late — CTI All-Stars
Rites of Darkness — Steve Khan, etc
Tangled Hangers — Zero
Forecast — Eric Gale
So Far Away — Crusaders
This Is My Country — The Impressions
50 States of Freedom — Brewer & Shipley
Freedom — Jimi Hendrix
Back In The U.S.A. — Chuck Berry & Linda Ronstadt
Hard Times In America — Willie Nile
Doin’ Time In The USA — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Living In The USA — Steve Miller Band
Political Science — Randy Newman
This Land Is Your Land — Sharon Jones & Dap Kings
Patriotic Flag Waver — Dr. John
Monster/Suicide — Steppenwolf
Volunteers — Jefferson Airplane
America The Beautiful — The Rascals
Hawks & Doves — Neil Young
All American Alien Boy — Ian Hunter
Ballad For Americans — Paul Robeson
What Now America — Lee Michaels
Stars & Stripes Forever — John Phillip Souza
Bicentennial Blues — Gil Scott-Heron
Find The Cost of Freedom — C,S,N&Y
Ragged Old Flag — The Highway Men
U.S. Blues — Grateful Dead

June 28, 2014 (Program No. 828)

Broadway Walk — Bobby Womack
Fly Me To The Moon — Bobby Womack
Somebody Special — Bobby Womack
Looking For A Love — The Valentinos
It’s All Over Now — The Valentinos
I’ll Make It Alright — The Valentinos
Laughing & Clowning — Bobby Womack
Midnight Mover — Bobby Womack
Arkansas State Prison — Bobby Womack
Woman’s Got To Have It — Bobby Womack
Across 110th Street — Bobby Womack
Trust Me — Janis Joplin
I Can’t Understand It — Bobby Womack
Just A Little Communication — Gabor Szabo
I Take What I Want — Sam & Dave
Run Run — Ann Peebles
Love Chains — Syl Johnson
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — O.V. Wright
Here I Am — Al Green
I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down — Ann Peebles
Born All Over — O.V. Wright
Take Me To The River — Al Green
All Along The Watchtower — Bobby Womack
California Dreaming — Bobby Womack
Harry Hippie — Bobby Womack
Communication — Bobby Womack
It’s All Over Now — Bobby Womack & Bill Withers
The Want of A Nail — Todd Rundgren
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — O.V. Wright
**Notes: Tributes to Bobby Womack (70) and Mabon “Teenie” Hodges (68) who passed away earlier this week.

June 21, 2014 (Program No. 827)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Give The People What They Want — O’Jays
You’ve Got To Change — Meters
Loose Lucy –Grateful Dead
Hide and Seek — Mofro
Come In Out of The Rain — Parliament
Ice Cream Cakes — Jeff Beck Group
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Black Sheep Boy>Highway 61 — Stoneground
If I Say It, It’s So — Nils Lofgren
You’re The Weight — Grin
Beggar’s Day — Nils Lofgren
Get Down With The Get Down — Melvin Sparks
Head Start — Bob Thiele Emergency
A Day In The Life — Chocolate Snow
Rover or Me — Good Time Charlie
Color Me Purple —
Sticky Sticky Sock-a-Poo — Mighty Continentals
Trying To Make Ends Meet — Earl English Apples
More Mess On My Thing Part 2 — New Process
It’s Not You For Me — Bill Joe Holloman
Last Night — The Mar-Keys
War — Mofro

June 14, 2014 (Program No. 826)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Soul Navigator —  Greyhounds
Mother Popcorn — Aerosmith
The Red Telephone — Love
Mod Squad Theme
Hawaii Five-0 Theme
Everything I do Goin To Be Funky — Don Covay
Apricot Brandy — Rhinoceros
I Feel Free — Cream
Texas Rose Cafe — Little Feat
Satan’s Blues — Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
What Does It Take — Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
Shake and Fingerpop — Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
Walk In The Night — Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
Home Cookin’ — Jr. Walker & The All-Stars
Family Affair — Sly & The Family Stone
Deserted Cities of The Heart — Cream
**Notes: Anniversary of Jr. Walker’s birth in 1931 and interview with Carter Alan who discussed his latest book, Radio Free Boston: The Rise and Fall of WBCN.

June 7, 2014 (Program No. 825)

Ball of Confusion — Temptations
Brave & Strong — Sly & The Family Stone
Dead — Lydia Pense & Tower of Power
“I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing — Funkedelic
Miss Lucifer’s Love — Funkedelic
Check Mr. Popeye — Eddie Bo
Why Why — Boz Scaggs
Running Blue — Boz Scaggs
Back In ’72 — Bob Seger
Race Is On — Grateful Dead
Super Strut — Deodato
Baubles, Bangles & Beads — Deodato
It Ain’t Fair, But It’s Fun — Fabulous Originals
Just A Little Communication — Gabor Szabo
Call Me The Breeze — Larry Campbell
Old McDonald Had a Farm Pt 1-2 — Rufus Thomas
Respect Yourself — Dave Hubbard
Wack — Steve Kimock & Friends
**Note: Clarence “Fuzzy” Haskins (73) and Boz Scaggs (70) having birthdays on June 8.

May 31, 2014 (Program No. 824)

He Ain’t Give You None — Van Morrison
Here Comes The Night — Them
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Steve Marriott
Everybody Needs Somebody — Wilson Pickett
Cry Baby — Garnett Mims
Baby Can I Take You Home — Mustangs
Nobody But Me — Isley Brothers
Saturday Night At The Movies — The Drifters
Cry To Me — Betty Harris
Piece of My Heart — Erma Franklin
Food Stamps — 24-Caret Black
Love Is For Me — The Meters
Funky Street — Arthur Conley
Hotline To Jesus — Rance Allen
Philly Dog — Herbie Mann
Kissing My Love — Spanky Wilson
Tough Talk — The Crusaders
Afro Texas –Lette Mbulu
Woman of The Ghetto — Marlena Shaw
Write a Letter — Mofro
Six Ways From Sunday — Mofro
Standing on the Edge — Mofro
Country Ghetto — Mofro
Hide and Seek — Mofro
Brighter Days — Mofro
**Note: Interview with author Joel Selvin who discussed his recent book, Here Comes the Night: The Dark Soul of Bert Berns and the Dirty Business of Rhythm and Blues

May 24, 2014 (Program No. 823)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Move On Up — Curtis Mayfield
Coast Guard Theme Song
Here Come The Girls — Ernie K. Doe
Time Bomb — The Crusaders
Can’t Beat The Kid — John Hammond
My Time After a While — John Hammond
It’s Groovin Time — John Hammond
Some Day We’ll Be Together — King Curtis
Air Force Theme Song
Mamblues — Cal Tjader
Is That So — Savoy Brown
Lookin’ In — Savoy Brown
Castles Made of Sand/Little Wing — Tuck & Patti
What Is Success — Bonnie Raitt
Bootleggin’ — Simtech & Wylie
Merchant Marie Theme Song
Groom’s Still Waitin’ At The Alter — Bob Dylan
Man Of Peace — Bob Dylan
Army Theme Song
Brother Groove — The Brothers
Marine Corps Theme Song
Redneck — Jimmy Witherspoon
Party — Bird Rollins
Navy Theme Song
Concentration — Willie Tee
Sweetest Thing — Mofro with Toots Hibbert
Golden Ribbons — Loggins & Messina
**Note:  John Hammond playing locally that night. Bob Dylan turns 73. Memorial Day Weekend.

May 17, 2014 (Program No. 822)

T.B. Sheets — Van Morrison
Cry To Me — Betty Harris
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Freddie Scott
Cry Baby — Garnet Mimms
Twist & Shout — Isley Brothers
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
Under The Boardwalk — The Drifters
The In Crowd-Wade In The Water-Ain’t There Nothing Money Can’t Buy — Holt-Young
Hip Pockets — Billy Cobham-George Duke
Red Barron Revised — Billy Cobham
Running By The Riverside — Taj Mahal
Bacon Fat — Taj Mahal
Chainey Do — Taj Mahal
Tomorrow May Not Be Your Day — Taj Mahal
Jacob’s Ladder — Taj Mahal
Big Fat — Taj Mahal
Pot Likker — Preston Love
Choking on a Piece of Meat — Whitefield Brothers
Armadillo — Soul Destroyers
Into Space & Time — Soul Saints Orchastra
On The Run — Dynamic Soul Makers
Heighty-Ho — Mongo Santamaria
Hot Grits — Elijah & The Ebonites
**Note: Tributes to drummer Isaac “Red” Holt who turned 82 on May 16; drummer Billy Cobham who turned 70 on May 17 and Taj Mahal who turned 72 on May 17. Author Joel Selvin was scheduled to discuss his latest book, Here Comes the Night: The Dark Soul of Bert Berns and the Dirty Business of Rhythm and Blues.

May 10, 2014 (Program No. 821)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
You Got It Made — Dave Pike Set
To Kingdom Come — Wool
Fat Man — Don Covay
It’s Too Late — CTI All-Stars
Jive, Jive, Jive — White Trash
I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know — Blood, Sweat & Tears
When Something Is Wrong With My Baby — Sam & Dave
You Don’t Know Like I Know — Sam & Dave
Wrap It Up — Sam & Dave
I Can’t Stand Up — Sam & Dave
Help On The Way-Slipknot!-Franklin’s Tower — Grateful Dead
Goin’ Down Slow — Dave Mason
World In Changes — Dave Mason
Moving World — Creative Funk
Funky Train — Poets of Rhythm
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Grateful Dead
**Note: Birthday tributes to late Dave Prater (born May 9, 1937) and Dave Mason who turned 68 on May 10.

April 26, 2014 (Program No. 820)

For What It’s Worth — The Staple Singers
Can You Get To That — Mavis Staples
Love’s Sweet Sensation — William Bell & Mavis Staples
Why Am I Treated So Bad — Staple Singers
We The People — Staple Singers
Master’s of War — Staple Singers
Give A Damn — Staple Singers
The Challenge — Staple Singers
Opus De Soul — Pops Staples, Steve Cropper & Albert King
Freedom Highway — Staple Singers
I’ll Play The Blues For You — Albert King
Lonely Man — Albert King
Goin’ Back To Iuka — Albert King
Blues at Sunrise — Albert King
Homer’s Theme — Albert King
Feel Like Breaking Up Someone’s Home — Albert King
*Note: Interview with author Greg Kot who discussed his book “I’ll Take You There: Mavis Staples, The Staple Singers, And The March Up Freedom’s Highway” and tribute to Albert King who was born 91 years ago on April 25.

April 19, 2014 (Program No. 819)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Lovin’ Man On Your Hands — Junior Parker
Them Changes — Big John Hamilton & Doris Allen
The Preacher & The Bear — Rufus Thomas
Shakedown Street — Dukes of September Soul Review
Runaway People — Dyke & The Blazers
Sway — Alejandro Escovedo
Goin’ Back To Iuka — Don Covay
Makin’ Hey — King Curtis
Bus Stop — Oliver Sain
A Funky Tale To Tell — Maceo & The Kingsmen
Blackwater Gold — African Music Machine
Oh How I Miss My Baby — Rosy Grier
Funky Moon — Sugarman Three
Come On Show Me — Sam & BIll
It’s All Over — Jimmy Outler
Penwick — Harlem Pop Trotters
Gengis — Chico Hamilton
Tongue ‘n Groove — Steve Kimock & Friends
Oh Happy Day — The Edwin Hawkins Singers
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues — Grateful Dead
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen
Palm Sunday — Jerry Garcia
Watermelon In Easter Hay — Frank Zappa
The Messiah Will Come Again — Roy Buchanan

April 12, 2014 (Program No. 818)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Music For The Brothers — Solicitors
Harlem River Drive — Harlem River Drive
Don’t Think … Do — Bama & The Soul Family
Watch Your Step — Cold Blood
You Can’t Do That — Booker T. & The MGs
He Was a Friend of Mine — Eddie Vinson & Roomful of Blues
Walk In The Night — Jr. Walker & The Allstars
Blues For Otis Rush — Ronnie Earl
Young Rabbits — The Crusaders
Stomp and Buck Dance — The Crusaders
Fat Albert Rotunda — Herbie Hancock
Cantaloupe Island — Herbie Hancock
Butterfly — Herbie Hancock
Never Found a Girl — Al Green
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Al Green
Jesus Is Waiting — Al Green
The City — Al Green
Love and Happiness — Al Green
Up In Smoke — Cheech & Chong
Throwin’ Stones — Grateful Dead
**Note: Tribute to Wayne Henderson (Crusaders) who died April 4 at 74; birthdays: Herbie Hancock 74 (April 12) and Al Green 68 (April 13).

April 5, 2014 (Program No. 817)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Big Apple — Uncle Sam
Listen Here — Frank Motley & The Bridge Crossings
Illusion — Total Experience
Backtrack — Second Amendment Band
Take A Little Time — Black Merda
Yak-A-Poo — Lattimore Brown
Golden Years (instrumental) — David Bowie
Fat Mama — Herbie Hancock
Fat Albert Theme Song  — Michael Gray, Ed Fournier & Kim Carnes
Memphis Two-Step — Herbie Mann
Got It Together — Paul Humphrey
Witchi Tai To — Jim Pepper
September 13 — Deodato
Night Crawler — Bob James
Vision of Rassan — Eric Burdon & War
Have Mercy Judge — Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon
Home Cookin’ — Eric Burdon & War
They Can’t Take Away Our Music — Eric Burdon & War
Is This Jazz — Gil Scott-Heron
Theme From The Electric Surfboard — Brother Jack McDuff
Compared To What — Sweetwater
How Long Will It Last — Stuff
Slipping Into Darkness — Ramsey Lewis Trio

March  29, 2014 (Program No. 816)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Gonna Have A Good Time — David Camon
Whatcha Day — The Meters
Time Is Winding Up — Dorothy Norwood
Blues With A Feeling — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Swing With It — Steelyard Blues Soundtrack
Stop — Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
Susie’s Shuffle — The Electric Flag
Like A Rolling Stone (instrumental) — Bob Dylan
Do You Want To Win — The Impressions
King Heroin — James Brown
Root Down — Jimmy Smith
Back On The Streets — Tower of Power
Home Is Where The Hatred Is — Esther Phillips
Baby Workout — Jackie Wilson
Shop Talk — Cold Blood
Reelin’ With The Feeling — Charles Kynard
Get It Together — Rudy Rahm
Cloud 9 — The Tempations
Carvavan — Rev Tor
Don’t Do It — Rev Tor
Last Night — The Mar-Keys
Adrian’s Birthday — The Rascals

March 22, 2014 (Program No. 815)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
The Ghetto — George Benson
Live Right Now — Eddie Harris
Eight Days on The Road — Howard Tate
Do You Dig It? — Titus Turner
Improve — Darrow Fletcher
Get Out Of My Life — Gasella Olahut
On Your Way Down — Little Feat
The Forecast — Robert Cray Band
Your Secret’s Safe With Me — Robert Cray Band
Great Change Since I’ve Been Born — Stoneground
Country Ghetto — Mofro
My Baby — Roy Buchanan
Ramon’s Blues — Roy Buchanan
Sweet Dreams — Roy Buchanan
Soul Dressing — Roy Buchanan
The Weight — Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
Sweet Touch of Love — Irma Thomas
Sookie Sookie — Don Covay
Wah-Wah Man — Young-Holt Unlimited
Goin’ Down — Allen Toussaint
Can’t Get Next To You — Mongo Santamaria
Sunshine Day — Osibisa
**Note: Guitarist Jim Weider was interviewed

March 8, 2014 (Program No. 814)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Junkyard Dog — Miles Grayson
Listen Here — Freddie McCoy
Confusion — The Two Things In One
The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This — Love
Your Mind And We Belong Together — Love
Keep On Smiling — Love
The Red Telephone — Love
Hijack — Jefferson Starship
St. Charles — Jefferson Starship
Ride The Tiger — Jefferson Starship

March 1, 2014 (Program No. 813)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Do You Believe — Swamp Dogg
I Don’t Understand It — Ice Water Slim & The Fourth Floor
A Funky Tale To Tell — Maceo & All The King’s Men
Funky In Here — Dayton Sidewinders
Imagining Wisdom — Tra Fumble
Beer Can Alley — Groove Holmes-Ernie Watts
Chains and Things — B.B. King
In The Skies — Peter Green
Looking for Somebody — Snowy White
Don’t Know Where I’m Going — Rory Gallagher
Mississippi Sheiks — Rory Gallagher
Bad Penny — Rory Gallagher
Brute Force and Ignorance — Rory Gallagher
Santana Clause — Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
Stomp and Buck Dance — The Crusaders
Kid Charlemagne — Steely Dan
Encore Blues — Larry Carlton & Robben Ford
I Hate The Blues/Let’s Go Get Stoned — Atlanta Rhythm Section

Feb. 22, 2014 (Program No. 812)

Joyous — Pleasure
Ramon — 00 Soul
Soul Sound System — Freedom Sounds
Chain of Fools — Jimmy Brown
Chain of Fools — Aretha Franklin
Chain of Fools — Steve Kimock & Friends
Chain of Fools — Don Covay
Freedom Sounds — Wayne Henderson
Bertha’s Theme — Ray Shanklin, Fritz The Cat Soundtrack

Feb. 15, 2014 (Program No. 811)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Funky Waltz — The Eleventh House
I Got So Much Trouble — Charles Kynard
Foot Stomping — The Organics
Chimes — J. Geils Band
Screaming  — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
From A Buick 6 — Bob Dylan
You Don’t Realize — The Electric Flag
Really — Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
It Takes Time — Michael Bloomfield & Nick Gravenities
Practice Music — The Electric Flag
Don’t Throw Your Love On Me So Strong — Kooper & Bloomfield
I Need Your Loving — Michael Bloomfield
One Way Out — Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
Marmalade — Moby Grape
Six Ways From Sunday — Mofro
Something Heavy — Eddie Hinton
Strolling — Oliver Sain
Sweet Inspiration — King Curtis
Listen Here  — Frank Motley & The Bridge Crossings
I Need Someone — Linda Perry & Soul Express
Sissy Strut — King Herbert & The Knights
This World — Staple Singers
That’s Why You’re Overweight — Eddie Harris
Everything I Do — Don Covay
Head Start — Bob Thiel Emergency
Party — Bird Roths
Bumping on Sunset — Harold Young & The Magnificents
Super Sweet Girl of Mine — Five Miles Out
Sunshine — Scacy & The Soul Scene
World Needs Changing — Hank Jacobs & Don Malone
The Devil Is Dope — The Dramatics
Truck Tuner — Isaac Hayes
Stare & Stare — Curtis Mayfield
Hey Big Brother — Rare Earth
Walk Tall — Esther Morrow
Bad Woman — Frankie and The Damons
Sissy Strut/American Woman — The Willard Posey Reunion
The Spirit — Curtis Fuller
Fantasy — Pi-R-Square
Cold Rain and Snow — Grateful Dead

Feb. 8, 2014 (Program No. 810)

Just My Imagination — The Temptations
Got To Go On Without You — Shirley Brown
These Eyes — Jr. Walker & The Allstars
Lonesome and Unwanted People — The Meters
Get Out of My Life Woman — Solomon Burke
Lying On The Truth — Rance Allen
Pain In My Heart — Otis Redding
Nobody Wins — Don Covay
The Fault Is Not In Me — Sylvia & The Nightingales
High Cost of Loving — Albert King
You Don’t Love Me — Al Kooper & Stephen Stills (Super Session)
Breaking Up Somebody’s Home — Bob Seger
Standing In For Jody — Johnnie Taylor
You Left The Water Running — Wilson Pickett
Our Love is Drifting — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
I Got The Chop — Tower of Power
Love Makes You Lose Your Mind — Max Creek
Must Of Got Lost — J. Geils Band
I’m Not Your Man — Tommy Caldwell & The Young Rumblers
So Hard To Get Away With — Rufus Thomas
Come On Honey — Girls Guns Glory
After The Affair — The Mar-Keys
Strung Out — William Bell & Mavis Staples
Jody’s Got Your Girl — Johnnie Taylor
Your Love Was Strange — The Dramatics
I’m A Fool in Love — L.H. & The Memphis Sounds
**Note: All tracks about love gone bad to mark Valentine’s Day.

Feb. 1, 2014 (Program No. 809)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Music Turns Me On — Mark Holder
Ashamed — Black Merda
Push & Pull — Lito Orquesta Barrientos
Doin’ It — Richard Berry
Phoney People — Lou Pride
Perception — Catalyst
Listen & You’ll See — The Crusaders
Life Is Funky — Round Robin Monoply
Getting Funky ‘Round Here — Black Nasty
Funky Hot Grits — Rufus Thomas
TP Paper — Soul Sensations
Do It — Johnny Griffin
Love Uprising — Otis Leavill
Earl’s Boogie — Earl Hooker
Take a Little Walk — Robert Lockwood
On With You — Junior Watson
Lucky Jacket — Junior Watson
Lope Song — Eddie Russ
Patene — Dave Hubbard
Football — Mickey & Soul Generation
Backfield in Motion — Mel & Tim
All Alone In The Endzone — Jay Furguson

Jan. 25, 2014 (Program No. 808)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Back On The Streets — Tower of Power
Sleazy Street — Sopwith Camel
Shaky Street — Dave Pike Set
Meanwhile — Dumpstafunk
20-75 — Oliver Sain
Beat Me ‘Till I’m Blue — The Mohawks
It Ain’t Easy Being Greasy — Grits
Get Down Parts 1 & 2 — Sam & The Soul Machine
Make The Funk Jump — Senor Soul
Riding Thumb — King Curtis
Come Little Children — Donny Hathaway
Soul Machine — The Meters
Can’t Get Next To You — Savoy Brown
Roadrunner — Fleetwood Mac
All I Can Do — Savoy Brown
Second Try — Savoy Brown
Trouble By These Days and Times — Savoy Brown
Let It Burn — Hummingbird
Let It Lay — Les McCann
Gonna Have A Good Time — David Camon
Purple Haze — Johnny Jones & The King Casuals
The Champion Part 1 — Willie Mitchell
Stir It Up –Johnny Jacobs
*Note: David Walker’s 69th birthday

Jan. 18, 2014 (Program No. 807)

Snowy Wood — John Mayall’s Blues Breakers
Long Gone Midnight — John Mayall
Jiving Sister Fanny — Rolling Stones
Ventilator Blues — Rolling Stones
SW5 — Mick Taylor
Jigsaw Puzzle — Rolling Stones
Let It Loose — Rolling Stones
Standing In The Grits Line — Don Covay
Shackin’ Up — Johnnie Taylor
The Basic — Milk
Born Under a Bad Sign — Booker T & The MGs
Crop Duster — Steve Cropper
I Need a Man To Love — Big Brother & The Holding Company
One Night Stand — Janis Joplin w/ Butterfield Blues Band
As Good As You’ve Been To This World — Janis Joplin & The Kozmic Blues Band
I’m Qualified — Otis Clay
In The Heat of Love — Marjorie Ingram
Grits Ain’t Gravy — Maxine Weldon
Rock Steady — Curtis Mayfield
*Note: David Walker’s 66th birthday and anniversary of Janis Joplin’s birthday (Jan. 19)

Jan. 11, 2014 (Program No. 806)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Funky In Here — Dayton Sidewinders
What-Cha Feel Is What-Cha Get — The Wallace Brothers
Right On — Clarence Wheeler & The Enforcers
Spinning Wheel — Wade Marcus
Flute Thing — Seatrain
Funky To The Bone — Freddi Henchi & The Soul Setters
Your Lady She’s Shady — Mofro
Red Dragon/White Dwarf — Donald Fagen, Walter Becker, Denny Dias
Midnight Cruiser — Steely Dan
Boston Rag — Steely Dan
Show-biz Kids — Steely Dan
Pretzel Logic — Steely Dan
FM — Steely Dan
Penicillin Blues — Stone The Crows
Danger Zone — Stone The Crows
As The Years Go Passing By — Maggie Bell
The Needle’s Eye — Gil Scott Heron
Communication — Bobby Womack
Star Bourne — Johnny Hammond
Inner City Blues — Sarah Vaughan
*Note: Donald Fagen’s 66th birthday on Jan. 10;  Maggie Bell’s 66th birthday on Jan. 12.

Jan. 4, 2014 (Program No. 805)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Slick Eddie — Sonny Stitt
Ain’t No Use — Tedeschi-Trucks Band
Two Trains Running — Blues Project
Cold, Cold, Cold — Little Feat
Cold, Cold, Cold — Dr. John
Cold, Cold, Cold — Bonnie Raitt & Little Feat
Walkin’ The Dog — Everly Brothers
Papa Don’t Take No Mess — James Brown
You Got The Power — Everly Brothers
The Usual Place — J. Geils Band
Don’t Knock My Love — Wilson Pickett
Go Back Home — Stephen Stills
Rolling My Stone — Manassas
Cherokee — Stephen Stills
Ecology Song — Stephen Stills
Dancin’ In The Street — Everly Brothers
Wouldn’t It Be A Shame — Soul Messengers
North Richmond Breakaway — J.G.D. & The New Breed
Farm Song — Leon Gardner
The Rock That Kill Goliath — Al Tanner
Seeds of Life — Harlem River Drive
*Note: Stephen Stills turned 69 on Jan. 3; Phil Everly died on Jan. 3 at the age of 74.

Dec. 28, 2013 (Program No. 804)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Can I Get a Witness — Calvin Scott
Reach Out — Mar-Keys
You’ve Got To Earn It — Staple Singers
Bumpin On Sunset/We Got More Soul — Charles “Doc” Williams
Spider Web — Weston Prim & Backlash
Get Down — Montereys
Turn It Over — Chucky Thurmon
Sixth Sense — Soul Messengers
Doing For The One I Love — Bettye Swann
Dr. Funky — Chris Harris
This Is The Me Me (Not The You You) — Brenda Jones/Groove Holmes
Rudypoot — Huck & The Soul Patrol
Psychocross — Harlem Pop Trotters
Valdez In The Country — Cold Blood
There Was a Time — Dee Felice Trio
Medley — Stroneground
Things Get Better — Sons of Champlin
Hung Over — Martinis
Your Love Was Strange — The Dramatics
Mean Old World — Blood, Sweat & Tears
Shake & Fingerpop — Jr. Walker & The All Stars
Party Hearty — Oliver Sain
Ghetto Funk — Duralcha
Like a Road Leading Home — Don Nix

Dec. 21, 2013 (Program No. 803)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Sissy Strutt/American Woman — Willard Posey Reunion
Freedom Tune — The Phases
Just In Time To See The Sun — Leon Thomas
Cold Heat — Lil’ Lavair & The Fabulous Jades
I Who Have Nothing — Ray Frazier & Shades of Madness
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
Bring It On Home To Me — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
Gee Whiz — Carla Thomas
I Can’t Stop — Carla Thomas
I Can’t Stop — Carla Thomas & William Bell
My Man Believes In Me — Carla Thomas
Voices Inside — Donny Hathaway
I Don’t Need No Doctor — New Riders of the Purple Sage
Garden of Eden — New Riders of the Purple Sage
Good Shepard — Jefferson Airplane
Star Track — Jefferson Airplane
Flakes — Frank Zappa
Stink Foot — Frank Zappa
Love Her With A Feeling — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Stop — Michael Bloomfield & Al Kooper
Junkyard In Malibu — Nick Gravenities
Don’t Keep Me Wondering — Buddy Miles
There Ain’t No Santa Claus — Capt. Beefheart
Back Door Santa — Clarence Carter
**Note: Birthday tributes to Frank Zappa (Dec. 21, 1941), Carla Thomas (Dec. 21, 1942) and Jorma Kaukonen (Dec. 23, 1940).

Dec. 14, 2013 (Program No. 802)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Mighty Mighty  — Impressions
Right On — Sons of Slum
Orange Peel — Sopwith Camel
Lying On The Truth — Rance Allen Group
Lovitis — William Bell & Judy Clay
This Old Town — Staple Singers
Pop-Eye Stroll — The Mar-Keys
Overall Junction — Albert King
Nobody Wins — Sir Mack Rice
Holiday Cheers — Martinis
You Can’t Sit Down — The Bar-Kays
Can’t Turn You Loose — Otis Redding
The Message — Blue Mitchell
I Got The Blues — Rolling Stones
Orange Peel — Ruben Wilson
Cold Rain & Snow — Grateful Dead

Dec. 7, 2013 (Program No. 801)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Boogie Ain’t Nothing (But Gettin’ Down) — Rufus Thomas
Standing On The Edge — Mofro
You Can’t Have Me — Big Star
When My Baby’s Beside Me — Big Star
Back Of A Car — Big Star
Watch The Sunrise — Big Star
Thank You Friends — Big Star
Feel — Big Star
Get What You Deserve — Big Star
Sip The Wine — Rick Danko
Makes No Difference — The Band
Caledonia Mission — The Band
Monday Morning Blues — Savoy Brown
Can’t Get Next To You — Savoy Brown
When I Was A Young Boy — Savoy Brown
Little By Little — Gregg Allman
Lost Woman — The Allman Joys
Down In Texas — The Hourglass
**Note: Birthday tributes to Kim Simmonds (Dec. 7, 1947), Gregg Allman (Dec. 8, 1947) and the late Rick Danko (Dec. 9, 1943); interview with  Drew DeNicola, producer/director of “Nothing Can Hurt Me,” the Big Star documentary.

Nov. 31, 2013 (Program No. 800)

Jody’s Got Your Girl — Johnnie Taylor
I Can’t Do Without You — Clarence Carter
Stealing In The Name Of Love — Paul Kelly
I’ll Take You There — Staple Singers
Greenwood, Mississippi — Little Richard
Let’s Do It All Over — Toussaint McCall
We Got It — Eddie Hinton
I’d Rather Go Blind — Etta James
Walk On Gilded Splinters — Johnny Jenkins
Slip Away — Clarence Carter
Hard Road — John Mayall
My Time After A While — John Mayall
Driving Till The Break of Day — John Mayall
Dry Throat — John Mayall
No Reply — John Mayall
Shuggie’s Chitlin Blues — Preston Love
Watt’s Breakaway — Johnny Otis Show
Me & My Woman — Shuggie Otis
Purple — Shuggie Otis
Going Back To L.A. — Johnny Otis Show
Shuggie’s Blues — Shuggie Otis
**Notes: Birthday tributes to John Mayall (Nov. 29, 1933) and Shuggie Otis (Nov. 30, 1953); and interview with Greg “Freddy” Camalier, director of “Muscle Shoals.”

Dec. 7, 2013 (Program No. 801)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Boogie Ain’t Nothing  — Rufus Thomas
Standing on the Edge — Mofro
You Can’t Have Me — Big Star
When My Baby’s Beside Me — Big Star
Back of a Car — Big Star
Watch The Sunrise — Big Star
Thank You Friends — Big Star
Feel — Big Star
Get What You Deserve — Big Star
Sip The Wine — Rick Danko
Caldonia Mission — The Band
Monday Morning Blues — Savoy Brown
Can’t Get Next To You — Savoy Brown
When I Was a Young Boy — Savoy Brown
Little By Little — Gregg Allman
Lost Woman — Allman Joys
Down In Texas — The Hour Glass
**Note: Interview with Drew DeNicola, director of the Big Star documentary, “Nothing Can Hurt Me.” Birthday tributes to Kim Simmonds (Dec. 5), Gregg Allman (Dec. 8) and anniversary of the passing of Rick Danko (Dec. (9).

Nov. 31, 2013 (Program No. 800)

Jody’s Got Your Girl — Johnnie Taylor
I Can’t Do Without You — Clarence Carter
Stealing In the Name of Love — Paul Kelly
I’ll Take You There — Staple Singers
Greenwood, Mississippi — Little Richard
Let’s Do It Over — Toussaint McCall
We Got It — Eddie Hinton
I’d Rather Go Blind — Etta James
Walk On Gilded Splinters — Johnny Jenkins
Slip Away — Clarence Carter
Hard Road — John Mayall
My Time — John Mayall
Driving Till The Break of Day — John Mayall
Dry Throat — John Mayall
No Reply — John Mayall
Shuggie’s Chitlin Blues — Preston Love
Watt’s Breakaway — Johnny Otis Show
Me & My Woman — Shuggie Otis
Purple — Shuggie Otis
Going Back To L.A. — Johnny Otis Show
Shuggie’s Blues — Shuggie Otis
**Note: Birthday tributes to John Mayall (Nov. 29) and Shuggie Otis (Nov. 30).