Greasy Tracks Playlists 2

June 17, 2017 (Program No. 1,011)
Soul Walking — Reggie Smith
The Mind Bender — Boogaloo Joe Jones
Ice Cream Cakes — Jeff Beck Group
Squibb Cakes — Tower of Power
Death Sound Blues — Country Joe & The Fish
Country Joe McDonald Interview
I Don’t Think So — Country Joe McDonald
Country Joe McDonald Interview
Superbird — Country Joe & The Fish
Section 43 — Country Joe & The Fish
Country Joe McDonald Interview
Flying High — Country Joe & The Fish
Country Joe McDonald Interview
Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine — Country Joe & The Fish
Country Joe McDonald Interview
Silent Rage — Country Joe McDonald
Rainy Day In June — Stoneground
Black Current Jam — Moby Grape
Funky Junk — Jimmy McGriff
Cleo’s Mood — Jr. Walker & The Allstars
Funky — Freddie King
Midnight — B.B. King
Catch That Beat — Junior Marvin’s Hanson
The Spirit — Curtis Fuller
The Message — Blue Mitchell
Cheeba — The 8th Day
Sweet Revenge — John Prine
Bacon Butt Fat — Charles Williams
St. Louis — Greyhounds
Lochloosa– Mofro
Respect Yourself — Dave Hubbard
Music (I Like It) Pt. 1 — Benny Sharpe & The Sharpies
So Much Trouble In My Mind — Charles Kynard
In My Own Dream — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Gypsy Queen Part 1 — Gypsy
Minglewood Blues — Kingfish
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues — Grateful Dead
The Hat — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Orange Peel — Sopwith Camel
Gypsy Wedding — Bob Mosley
Rose Colored Eyes — Moby Grape
Riding With The King — John Hiatt w/ Ry Cooder

June 10, 2017 (Program No. 1,010)
Miss Riverside — Melvin Sparks
Dirty Love — Z3
Dance Lesson No. 2 — Melvin Sparks
Mr. Green Genes — Z3
Beau Sasser Interview
My Guitar Wants To Kills Your Mama — Z3
Beau Sasser Interview
Pygmy Twilight — Z3
Beau Sasser Interview
Whip Wop — Melvin Sparks
Bill Carbone Interview
The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing — Z3
Apostrophe — Z3 w/ Ed Mann & Scott Murawski
Uncle Remus — Z3
Cranberry Sunshine — Melvin Sparks
Cheap Thrills — Z3
Camarillo Brillo — Z3
Fire Eater — Melvin Sparks

June 3, 2017 (Program No. 1,009)
Max Creek Feature Part 4
Signature
Dave Reed Interview
Dead Flowers
Mark Mercier Interview
Band From Chicago
Amy Fazanno Interview
The Field
Joe Montineri Interview
You Write The Book
Greg DeGuglielmo Interview
Leaves
Rudolph The Headless Red-Nosed Reindeer
Jay Stanley Interview
Down In The Jungle
You’re The Only One
John Rider Interview
Blood Red Roses
Mark Mercier Interview
Said & Done
Scott Murawski Interview
Emerald Eyes
Going Down The Road Feeling Bad

May 27, 2017 (Program No. 1,008)
Max Creek feature Part 3

Wipe Out
Something Is Forming
Wild Side
Linda Cournoyer Interview
LFS
Columbus Stockade Blues
Waiting For You
Greg Vasso Interview
Hard Love
Scott Allshouse Interview
Summer Sun
Amy Fazzano Interview
High Flyin’ Bird
Mark Mercier Interview
When The Evening Sun Goes Down
Dance
Steady Rollin’ Man
Scott Murawski Interview
Emotional Railroad
Angel Of My Mind
Joe Montineri Interview
Loving You Is Sweeter Then Ever
If You Ask Me
Season of The Witch
Bill Carbone Interview
Emerald Eyes
Rainbow
John Rider Interview
You Don’t Know
Jay Stanley Interview
Yes We Can Can
Whipping Post — The Bridge w/ Mike Gordon & Scott Murawski
Not Fade Away>Allman’s Jam
You Don’t Love Me — Allman Brothers w/ Scott Murawski
Windows
Just A Rose
Greg Vasso Interview
Outside of Home
John Archer Speech
May The Circle Be Unbroken
One Way Out

May 20, 2017 (Program No. 1,007)
Max Creek Feature Part 2
Silver Jack
Folsom Prison Blues
Greg DeGuglielmo Interview
She’s Here
Scott Murawski Interview
No Deposit — Scott Murawski solo
Gypsy Blue
Love Makes You Lose Your Mind
Mark Mercier Interview
Fire & Brimstone
Scott Allshouse Interview
Gimme Shelter
What Is The Reason
Louisianna Sun
Bob Gosselin Interview
Rainbow
Heartbeat

May 13, 2017 (Program No. 1,006)
Max Creek Feature Part 1
In Harmony
Darlin’
Scott Murawski Interview
Willow Tree
Everybody Knows Her
Blood Red Roses
Bob Gosselin Interview
Dark Water
Back Street Woman
Mark Mercier Interview
Big Boat (Mark Mercier & Scott Murawski)
Dave Reed Interview
Woman At Home
Werewolves of London
Amy Fazzano Interview
Angel From Montgomery
Bill Carbone Interview
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
Truck Drivin’ Blues
**Notes: Part I of a four-part feature on Max Creek
which just marked its 46th anniversary.

April 22, 2017 (Program No. 1,005)
Soul Walkin’ – Reggie Smith
People Say – The Meters
Go Back Home – Stephen Stills
It’s So Good To Be Alive – Greyhounds
Hot Line To Jesus – Rance Allen Group
Couldn’t Stand The Weather – Stevie Ray Vaughn
Old Royals Performance
Old Royals Live
Minglewood Blues – Kingfish
Why Am I Treated So Bad – Ramsey Lewis Trio
Operation Breadbasket – Clarence Paul & The Members
I Rolled It, You Hold It – Soul Searchers
Old Royals Live
Shakedown Street – Grateful Dead
I’ll Kill A Brick – Hot Sauce
Hide & Seek – Mofro
Driving Wheel – Al Green
Spirit – Eric Burdon & War
Here Come The Girls –- Ernie K. Doe
Batuka>No One To Depend On — Santana
Back In The U.S.S.R. – Chubby Checker
Ray Morant’s Soul Tsunami Live
Ray Morant’s Soul Tsunami Live
What Time It Is (Part 1) – General Crook
Shakedown Street – Grateful Dead
Whoever’s Thrilling You (Is Killing Me) – Z.Z. Hill
Garden Of Four Trees – The Explosions
Shorty The Pimp – Don Julian & The Larks
Ray Morant’s Soul Tsunami Live
**Notes: Special, five-plus hour remote broadcast
from a fundraiser for Juvenile Diabetes Research
Foundation (www.jdrf.org) and KNOX, Inc. (www.knoxhartford.org).
Includes performances by Old Royals and Ray Morant’s Soul Tsunami.

April 20, 2017 (Program No. 1,004)
Back of a Car — Big Star
Down In The Flood — Bob Dylan & The Band
When I Paint My Masterpiece — Bob Dylan & The Band
Section 43 — Country Joe & The Fish
Stink Pot — Soul Hat
Redneck — Swamp Dog
Shine On — Humble Pie
Everybody’s Got Something To Hide — Fats Domino
Baby, I Love You — Wynder K. Frog
That’s The Bag I’m In — Buzzy Linhart
The Light Still Shines — IF
Alone — Wishbone Ash
Tell Me How Do You Feel/Woman/My Friends — Lee Michaels
Don’t Lose It — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Pay In Blood — Tom Guerra
Moving Targets — Flo & Eddie
Wheel of Fortune — Badger
Hazard Profile — Soft Machine
Still Holding On To You — Dream Syndicate
I’ll Go Alone — Humble Pie
Sea Child — Hot Tuna
All I Ever Do — Sweathog
Mailbox — Soul Hat
Standing On The Edge — Mofro
Young — Jupiter Coyote
Over The Edge — Little Feat
Poetry — Ray Davies
Lo & Behold — Alexis Korner & Snape
Back In ’72 — Bob Seger
Move — Plan 9
Friends of Mine — The Guess Who
Earth and Water Song — Humble Pie
Not Now John — Pink Floyd
Catch A Train — Free
Season of the Witch — The Masked Marauders

April 15, 2017 (Program No. 1,003)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Sailin’ Shoes — Little Feat
Brickyard Blues — Little Feat
Down Below The Borderline — Little Feat
Fat Man In The Bathtub — Little Feat
Crack In Your Door — Little Feat
Texas Rose Cafe — Little Feat
Lonesome Whistle — Little Feat
Mercenary Territory — Little Feat
Don’t Do It — The Band
Jim Weider Interview
Where Do We Go From Here — The Band
Jim Weider Interview
Time To Kill — The Weight Band
Marty Grebb Interview
Live It Out To The End — Fabulous Rhinestones
Across The Great Divide — The Band
Marty Grebb Interview
Tears of Rage — The Weight Band
So Wonderful — Mambo Sons
First I Look At The Purse — J. Geils Band
One Last Kiss — J. Geils
Cry One More Time — J. Geils
Sno-Cone — J. Geils Band
Truck Drivin’ Man — J.Geils Band
The Messiah Will Come Again — Roy Buchanan
Positive Direction — Fabulous Rhinestones
**Notes: Interviews with Jim Weider and Marty Grebb of The Weight Band
and Tom Guerra of Mambo Sons. Also, tribute to J. Geils who passed away
at the age of 71 of April 11.
April 12, 2017 (Program No. 1,002)
Shorty Rides Again — Les McCann & Eddie Harris
Free Form Funkified Filth — Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles
Down By The River — Buddy Miles
Vision of Rassan — Eric Burdon & War
Chimes — J. Geils Band
Monkey Island — J. Geils Band
Hard Drivin’ Man — J. Geils Band
Serves You Right To Suffer — J. Geils Band
April 8, 2017 (Program 1,001)
Obscured By Clouds/When You’re In — Pink Floyd
King Harvest (Has Surely Come) — The Band
Earschplittenloudenboomer — Steppenwolf
The Kettle — Colosseum
Don’t Look Back — Stray
I Want You (She’s So Heavy) — Blue Öyster Cult
Train Song — Jupiter Coyote
Murder In My Heart For The Judge — Moby Grape
The Red Telephone — Love
Not Like The Other One — Lyres
Again — Neats
White Women — Plan 9
Hold Us Down — Del Fuegos
Shot Down — The Sonics
Hide & Seek — Mofro
Road Runner — Humble Pie
Four Floors or Forty — Nick Gravenities & John Cippolina
Flakes — Frank Zappa
Sookie Sookie — Steppenwolf
20th Century Man — The Kinks
How Do You Think It Feels — Lou Reed
Beggar’s Day — Nils Lofgren
Desolation Row — Grateful Dead
You’re My Girl (I Don’t Want To Discuss It) — Rhinoceros
Pack It Up — Freddie King
To Know You Is To Love You — B.B. King
I’ve Made Nights By Myself — Albert King
Talk ‘Bout You — Hot Tuna
Chimes — J. Geils Band
Fred — James Gang
The Pusher — Steppenwolf
3/5th of a Mile In 10 Seconds — Jefferson Airplane
Top of The Pops — Kinks
Student Demonstration Time — The Beach Boys
Call On Me — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Diner — Widespread Panic
Rainbow — Max Creek
Jupiter’s Child — Steppenwolf
Star Track — Jefferson Airplane
Message Of Love — Band Of Gypsys
Don’t Step On The Grass, Sam — Steppenwolf
Can’t Be Satisfied — Hot Tuna
Foggy Mental Breakdown — Steppenwolf
**Notes: Marking up-coming birthdays of John Kay (April 12)
and Jack Cassidy (April 13).
April 1, 2017 (Program No. 1,000)
Blues At Sunrise — Albert King
Finders Keepers — Chairman of The Board
Trouble Man — Marvin Gaye
Hot ‘n’ Nasty — Humble Pie
Love-Itis — J. Geils Band
Mr. Mistake — Peter Wolf
Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues — Gil Scott-Heron
Brand New Girl — Billy Greer
Message From The Meters — Leon Spencer
Slipped & Tripped — The Sweet Inspirations
Right On — Marvin Gaye
Wait — J. Geils Band
Peter Wolf Interview
Raise Your Hand — J. Geils Band
Peter Wolf Interview
It’s Raining — Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Interview
How Do You Know — Peter Wolf
Peace of Mind — Peter Wolf
The Bottle — Gil Scott-Heron
Love Hijacker Pt. 2 — George Jackson
The Point — Aaron (Chico) Bailey & The Famiy Affair Band
Life Is Funky — Round Robin Monoply
Home Dream — Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon
Cissy Strut-N-American Woman — The Willard Posey Reunion
**Notes: Interview with Peter Wolf as well as anniversaries of
the births of Gil Scott-Heron (April 1) and Marvin Gaye (April 2)
March 25, 2017 (Program No. 999)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Memphis Train — Eric Krasno
Dr. Feelgood — Aretha Franklin
Golden Road — Zero
Joy Ride — Kung Fu
Floyd’s Hotel — J. Geils Band
Three Time Loser — Wilson Pickett
Baby Baby — Zero
Let It Rock — Grateful Dead
Pocket Knife — Bronze Radio Reform
Back In The USSR — Chubby Checker
Rock Steady — Aretha Franklin
Push & Pull Part I — Rufus Thomas
Scarlet Begonias — Schwizz
Cissy Strut — Zero
Santa Fe — Fruition
Soul Food — Rufus Thomas
Everything I Do Going To Be Funky — Don Covay
Midtown — The Suffers
Memphis Soul Stew — King Curtis & The Kingpins
**Notes: Toni Fishman and Alan Venitosh from
TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik in studio guests, also
marking the anniversaries of the births of Don Covay
(March 24), Aretha Franklin (March 25) and Rufus
Thomas (March 26)
March 21, 2017 (Chuck Berry Tribute)
Let It Rock — Grateful Dead
You Can’t Catch Me — The Blues Project
No Money Down — Humble Pie
No Money Down — Duane Allman
Sweet Little Rock ‘n’ Roller — The Faces w/ Keith Richards
Talkin’ ‘Bout You — Hot Tuna
Back To Memphis — The Band
Too Much Monkey Business — Leon Russell
School Days — Led Zeppelin
Carol — Rolling Stones
You Can Never Tell — John Prine
Back In The USA — MC5
School Days — AC/DC
Let It Rock — Max Creek
Too Much Monkey Business — Elvis Presley
Brown Eyed Handsome Man — Nina Simone
Around & Around — David Bowie w/ Jeff Beck
Let It Rock — Legion of Mary
**Note: Tribute to Chuck Berry who passed away on
March 18 at the age of 90.
March 18, 2017 (Program No. 998)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Shorty The Pimp – Don Julian & The Larks
Luv ‘n Haight — Sly & The Family Stone
Mother’s Son — Curtis Mayfield
Hot ‘n Cold — James Cotton
Don’t Lay Your Funky Trip On Me — Senor Soul
I’m Gonna Love You (cut) — Wilson Pickett
I’m Down To My Last Heartache — Wilson Pickett
Jump Back — Kingfish
I’m Drinking Again — Ry Cooder
Searching — Sly & The Family Stone
War Is Coming — War
Sit Down & Talk It Over — Wilson Pickett
Fatuation — James Cotton
Stand — Sly & The Family Stone
Jump For Joy — Kingfish
Jesus On The Mainline — Ry Cooder
Get Me Back On Time Engine No. 9 — Wilson Pickett
Dealing With The Devil — James Cotton
Get Down — War
Minglewood Blues — Kingfish
M’Lady — Sly & The Family Stone
Make The Funk Jump — Senor Soul
Funky Way — Wilson Pickett
Cotton Boogie — James Cotton
How Long Can A Fool Go Wrong — James Cotton
**Notes: Tribute to James Cotton who died at the age of 81 on
March 16 and Robbie Hoddinott who died at the age of 62 on March 7.
Anniversaries of the births of Howard Scott (War) on March 15; Ry
Cooder on March 15; Sylvester Stewart (Sly Stone) on March 16;
and Wilson Pickett on March 18.
March 11, 2017 (Program No. 997)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Greasy Two by Four — George Jackson
From A Whisper To A Scream — Esther Philips
Do Your Thing — Marva Whitney
Do Your Thing — Isaac Hayes
Do Your Thing — Marion Gaines Singers
Snake In The Grass — Bobby Rush
A Chicken Ain’t Nuthin’ But A Bird — Furry Lewis
Bring Me My Shotgun — Lightning Hopkins
Sweet Thing — Freddie King
Use Me — Bill Withers
Evidence — George Jackson
Sailin’ Shoes — Little Feat
Mr. Saturday Night — Pousette-Dart Band
On A Saturday Night — Eddie Floyd
Set Us Free — Greyhounds
Friend Of Mine — Bill Withers
Stuck On Her — George Jackson
The Lord Is Back — Gene McDaniels
Two Way Wishing — Lowell Fulson
Off The Ground — The Record Company
Morning Blues — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Alexander’s Ragtime Band — King Curtis
You Can’t Make It No Better — George Jackson
**Note: Anniversary of George Jackson’s birthday on March 12.
March 4, 2017 (Program No. 996)
Honey Hush — Albert Collins
Diving Duck Blues — Taj Mahal (Jesse Edwin Davis)
Wicked As It Seems — Keith Richard & Xpensive Winos
Jim Weider Interview
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — O.V. Wright (Mabon “Teenie” Hodges)
Jim Weider Interview
Train Kept A Rollin’ — The Yardbirds (Jeff Beck)
Hypnotize — Kingfish (Robbie Hoddinott)
The Bottle Let Me Down — Merl Haggard & The Strangers (Roy Nichols)
Adam Raised A Cain –Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band
Tash Neal Interview
Sweet Thang — The London Souls (Tash Neal)
Tash Neal Interview
Had To Cry Today — Blind Faith (Eric Clapton)
You’re The One — King Curtis (Cornell Dupree)
Chest Fever — The Band (Robbie Robertson)
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning — Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
Luxury Liner — Emmylou Harris (Albert Lee)
Hey Porter — Johnny Cash (Luther Perkins)
Truck Stop Girl — The Byrds (Clarence White)
Teenie’s Dream — Willie Mitchell (Mabon “Teenie” Hodges)
Melting Pot — Booker T & The MGs (Steve Cropper)
Roy’s Bluz — Roy Buchanan
**Notes: Interviews with Jim Weider, Tash Neal and Larry Campbell in an all-Telecaster program.
February 25, 2017 (Program No. 995)
Meet Me In The Morning — Freddie King
Thumb A Ride — Earl Wright & His Orchestra
The World Needs A Changin’ — Hank Jacobs & Don Malone
See-Saw Affair — Cesar 830
The Spy — The Guys From U.N.C.L.E.
Walk Tall — Esther Marrow
Wasteland — Bernard Purdie
Valleys of Neptune — Jimi Hendrix
Home Is Where The Hatred Is — Esther Phillips
Do It Again — Deodato
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Surrender — Black Ivory
Smile — West End Blend
Better Get A Move On — Louise McCord
Bus Stop — Olive Sain
I Don’t Know Where We’re Headed — Sons of Truth
It Takes A Lot To Laugh — Al Kooper & Stephen Stills
We Were Having Fun — Grayson Hugh
Grayson Hugh Interview
Swamp Yankee — Grayson Hugh
Bobby Paltauf Interview
Texas Flood — Buddy Guy & Bobby Paltauf
Grayson Hugh Interview
Getting On With My Life — Grayson Hugh
Bobby Paltauf Interview
Eleanor Rigby — Bobby Paltauf Band
Grayson Hugh Interview
Blind To Reason — Grayson Hugh
King Special — BB King
You Can’t Always Get What You Want — David Newman
Lowdown — Charles Earland
The Clincher — David Newman
(I’m A) Fool For You — Freddy Robinson
We’re A Winner — David Newman
Funky Way To Treat Somebody — David Newman
She’s Rated G — George Jackson
Red Sky — John Mayall
I’ll Kill A Brick — Hot Sauce
Stirring Up Some Soul — The Mar-Ketts
Funky Hot Grits — Rufus Thomas
The Creator Has A Master Plan — Pharoah Sanders
**Notes: Interviews with Grayson Hugh & Bobby Paltauf
and marking the anniversary of the birth of
David “Fathead” Newman on Feb. 24.
Feb. 21, 2017 (Program No. 994)
The Great Escape — Larry Coryell
Are You Too Clever — Larry Coryell
Yin — The Eleventh House
The Jam With Albert — Larry Coryell
For Mod’s Only — Chico Hamilton
Gen. Mojo’s Well Laid Plan — Gary Burton
Elementary Guitar Solo No. 5 — Larry Coryell
After Later — Larry Coryell
Gypsy Queen — Larry Coryell
Witchitai-to — Jim Pepper
Stiff Neck — Larry Coryell
Cleo’s Mood — Larry Coryell
Things Go Wrong — John Mayall
Yeah Ya Right — Blue Mitchell
Blue On Blue — Blue Mitchell
Blue Caper — David Newman
The Windjammer — Grant Green
Got To Be This Way — John Mayall
Who Done It — Blue Mitchell
Flat Backing — Blue Mitchell
Driving Till The Break Of Day — John Mayall
Dodge City — Sonny Red
Worried Mind — John Mayall
Everybody Wants My Good Thing — Papa John Creech
Sitting Here Thinking — John Mayall
Low-Lee-Tah — Eleventh House
**Notes: Tribute to Larry Coryell who passed
away at the age of 73 on Feb. 19 and a spotlight
on trumpeter Blue Mitchell.
Feb. 18, 2017 (Program No. 993)
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Dee Dee, Barry & The Movements
Don’t Keep Me Wondering — Buddy Miles
Maybe Your Baby — Nazty
Lonesome and Unwanted People — The Meters
Standing In For Jody — Johnnie Taylor
Funky Way To Treat Somebody — The Soul Survivors
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Never Trust A Woman — Grateful Dead
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Joe Williams
Ain’t Nobody Home — B.B. King
Me And My Woman — Shuggie Otis
Blues Shadows — Lowell Fulson
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Bobby Jones
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Bill Cosby
Can’t Get Next To You — Savoy Brown
You Don’t Love Me — Al Kooper-Stephen Stills
Cheated — Pousette-Dart Band
Gonna Forget About You — O.V. Wright
Get Out Of My Life Woman — The Mad Lads
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Leon Russell
Love With No Future — George Jackson
I Smell A Rat — Clarence Carter
Get Out Of My Life Woman — The Blackburds
Stuff You Gotta Watch — Arthur Conley
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Solomon Burke
Watch The Dog That Brings The Bone — Inez Fox
Get Out Of My Life Woman — The New Apocalypse
Get Out Of My Life Woman – Tony Gregory
**Note: Celebrating Valentine’s Day in a special way.
Feb. 17, 2017 (Program 922)
The Devil You Know — Mofro
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ — The Black Crowes
Another Day — Planet Be
Here’s A Heart — Lyres
Don’t Run Wild — The Del Fuegos
Somebody — J. Geils Band
Dealing With The Dead — Plan 9
Mother Of Pearl — Wishbone Ash
Black Cloud — Trapeze
Cheated — Pousette-Dart Band
King Apathy III — The Byrds
When My Baby’s Beside Me — Big Star
Getting Tighter — Deep Purple
Rain — Hanson
Texas Rose Cafe — Little Feat
New Ways Train Train — Jeff Beck GroupFeb. 11, 2017 (Program No. 991)
Born Under A Bad Sig — William Bell
The Three Of Me — William Bell
I Will Take Care of You — William Bell
Mississippi-Arkansas Bridge — William Bell
Poison In The Well — William Bell
You’ve Been Acting Strange — Billy Preston
Maceo — Maceo Parker
Yes Lord — Hastings Street Jazz Experience
Street Ends — Errol Parker
Soul Party 1 — Billy Clark & The Maskmen
Freedom Time — The Pharaohs
Throwing Stones — West End Blend
Lazy Fo Acre — Mofro
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Ya Ya — Frank Motley & Bridge Crossongs
Rocket In My Pocket — Little Feat
In The Mood For You — The Record Co.
Minglewood Blues — Grateful Dead
Kick Out The Jams — MC5
**Note: Includes an interview with
William Bell.Feb. 4, 2017 (Program No. 990)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Say Hey! — West End Blend
303 — The Funkees
Lo & Behold — Cold Blood
Shack Up — Banbarra
Quicksand — The Youngbllods
Jesse Colin Young Interview
Before You Came — Jesse Colin Young
Jesse Colin Young Interview
Ridgetop — Jesse Colin Young
Jesse Colin Young Interview
Too Much Monkey Business —- The Youngbloods
Euphoria — The Youngbloods
Jesse Colin Young Interview
Sunlight — The Youngbloods
Jesse Colin Young Interview
Get Together — The Youngbloods
T-Bone Shuffle — Jesse Colin Young
Gangster of Love — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Sugar Foot — King Curtis
You Can Stay But The Noise Must Go — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Wet Funk — King Curtis
Tarzan — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
I Don’t Want To Be President — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Memphis Soul Stew — King Curtis
**Notes: Interview with Jesse Colin Young along with anniversaries of the births of Johnny “Guitar” Watson (Feb. 3) and King Curtis (Feb. 7).Jan. 28, 2017 (Program 989)
Opus De Soul — Steve Cropper, Albert King & Pops Staples
Just The One — The Soul Children
Pray On My Child — Pops Staples
Light My Fire — Clarence Carter
Marvell Thomas Interview
Security — Mavis Staples
Marvell Thomas Interview
Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown — Rufus Thomas
Marvell Thomas Interview
One Night — Albert King
The Same Rope — Albert King
Bobby Manuel Interview
Cross My Mind — Ben Atkins
Bobby Manuel Interview
Burnt Biscuits — The Triumphs
So Glad To Have You — Shirley Brown
Marvell Thomas Interview
One Woman — Isaac Hayes
Tim Sampson Interview
Gee Whiz — Carla Thomas
Tim Sampson Interview
Toe Hold — Wilson Pickett
Crossing Over The Bridge — Inez Fox
Pin The Tail On The Donkey — The Newcomers
Strung Out — William Bell & Mavis Staples
I Need You Woman — William Bell & Carla Thomas
William Bell Interview
You Don’t Miss Your Water — William Bell
Funky Mississippi — Rufus Thomas
Do The Funky Chicken — Rufus Thomas
Midnight Ride To Memphis — Joey Gregorash
Hey Jude — Wilson Pickett
**Note: Tribute to Marvell Thomas who passed
away at the age of 75 on Jan. 23.Jan. 21, 2017 (Program No. 988)
Soul Walking — Reggie Smith
Superman Lover — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Hot ‘n’ Nasty — Humble Pie
Ziggawatt — Lettuce
Eric Krasno Interview
Unconditional Love — Eric Krasno
Eric Krasno Interview
Curse Lifter — Eric Krasno Band
Eric Krasno Interview
On The Rise — Eric Krasno
You’re Gone — Greyhounds
Hard Day Coming Down — The Record Company
Cissy Strut-N-American Woman — Willard Posey Reunion
Get To Gitten’ — Big Walter
Marcus King Interview
Virginia — Marcus King Band
Marcus King Interview
Rita Is Gone — Marcus King Band
Marcus King Interview
Sweet Little Angel — Eric Krasno Band & Marcus King
Marcus King Interview
Plant Your Corn Early — Marcus King Band
Just A little Overcome — Nightingales with Tommy Tate
Knowledge Room — Grey Boy Allstars
Shakey Ground — The Temptations
**Notes: Interviews with Eric Krasno and Marcus King.
Tribute to Tommy Tate who passed away at age 72. Dedicated
to the memory of Jim Mouradian.Jan. 18, 2017 (Program 987)
Whelp — Doug Wintz
Move On — Osibisa
Ape Is High — Mandrill
Cosmic Mirror — Paul Pena
Back On The Streets Again — Tower of Power
Spanish Moon — Little Feat
Ain’t No Use — The Meters
I Want You (She’s So Heavy) — Eddie Hazel
Funky Music Sho Nuf Turns Me On — Edwin Starr
Home Is Where The Hatred is — Gil Scott-Heron
Country Girl — Johnny Otis Show
Funk Beyond The Call Of Duty — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Move On Up — Curtis Mayfield
Ain’t To Proud To Beg — The Temptations
Ain’t It Hell Up In Harlem — Edwin Starr
Wrestle With This — Al Kooper
LA Resurrection — Buddy Miles
Me And My Woman — Shuggie Otis
Just Enough Room For Storage — James Brown
Inner City Blues — Reuben Wilson
Gimme Shelter — Ruth Copeland
Hypocricy — Blo
Yellow Sunshine — Yellow Sunshine
Freight Train Blues — War
I Love Music — The Sumo Brothers
Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty — Herbie Mann
Funky Mississippi –Rufus Thomas
Get Down With The Get Down — Melvin Sparks
People Make The World Go Round — Milt Jackson
**Notes: Anniversary of the births of David Ruffin (1941) and
Edwin Starr (1942)Jan. 14, 2017 (Program 986)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
You’re Still My Woman — B.B. King
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Do What Cha Wanna — Cobham-Duke Band
UFO — Mickey & Them
Out Of The City — Allen Toussaint
On Your Way Down — Little Feat
Sweet Little Angel — Eric Krasno Band & Marcus King
Funky Fever — Clarence Carter
Pickles — Allen Toussaint
Oh Yeah — Johnny A
Johnny A Interview
The Night Before — Johnny A
Johnny A Interview
To Love Somebody — Johnny A
Red House — Johnny A
Johnny A Interview
Ghost — Johnny A
The Cissy’s Thing — The Soul Seven
Hot Sauce — Greyhounds
Contradiction — Total Experience
Hercules — Boz Scaggs
Devil Woman — Clarence Carter
Hip Pockets — Cobham-Duke Band
**Notes:Interview with guitarist Johnny A and
anniversaries of the births of Allen Toussaint (1938),
George Duke (1946) and Clarence Carter (1936).
Jan. 7, 2017 (Program 985)
Curse Lifter — Eric Krasno Band
So Little Time To Fly — Spirit
Maybe The People — Love
Hypnotize — Kingfish
Write A Letter — Mofro
Ice Cream Phoenix — Jefferson Airplane
Just Kissed My Baby — The Meters
Rainbow — Max Creek
Righteousness — Merl Saunders
Gimme Shelter — Rolling Stones
Shades of Time — Santana
Hey Frederick — Jefferson Airplane
Hot Burrito No. 2 — Flying Burrito Brothers
That’s Why I Sing The Blues — B.B. King
Carol — Rolling Stones
Joel Selvin Interview
Love In Vain — Rolling Stones
Joel Selvin Interview
Six Days On The Road — Flying Burrito Brothers
Jingo — Santana
Michael Carabello Interview
Savor — Santana
Fried Neckbones & Some Home Fries — Santana
Michael Carabello
Eskimo Blue Day — Jefferson Airplane
Robert Altman Interview
Long Time Gone — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Stray Cat Blues — Rolling Stones
Treat — Santana
Hillside Blues — Rolling Stones
Joel Selvin Interview
Son Of A Preacher Man — Ike & Tina Turner
Robert Altman Interview
Why I Sing The Blues — B.B. King
Michael Carabello Interview
I’m Free — Rolling Stones
Binky Philips Interview
Jumping Jack Flash — Rolling Stones
Binky Philips Interview
Street Fighting Man — Rolling Stones
Prodigal Son — Rolling Stones
Michael Shrieve Interview
You Just Don’t Care — Santana
Joel Selvin Interview
The Other Side Of This Life — Jefferson Airplane
Land of a Thousand Dances — Ike & Tina Turner
Joel Selvin Interview
Brown Sugar — Rolling Stones
Midnight Rambler — Rolling Stones
Every Day I Have The Blues — B.B. King
Joel Selvin Interview
You Gotta To Move — Rolling Stones
Joel Selvin Interview
Come Together — Ike & Tina Turner
Joel Selvin Interview
Wild Horses — Rolling Stones
New Speedway Boogie — The Grateful Dead
**Notes: Focus on the Rolling Stones 1969 North American
Tour with emphasis on the Altamont Concert. Guests include author
Joel Selvin; Michael Carabello and Michael Shrieve of Santana;
musician/journalist Binky Philips; and photographer Robert Altman.
Jan. 3, 2016 (Program 984)
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be — Joe Jones
Clockwise — George Benson
Just Friends — Pat Martino
A Taste of Honey — Lenny Breau
How Insensitive — Charlie Byrd
Gypsy Queen — Gabor Szabo
June The 15, 1967 — Larry Carlton & Gary Burton
As We Used To Sing — Sonny Sharrock
Should Be Reversed — Derek Bailey
Manic Depression — Jimi Hendrix
Birds of Fire — Mahavisnu Orchestra
Coral — Mick Goodrick & Gary Burton
Ralph’s Piano Waltz — John Abercrombie
The Prowler — Ralph Towner
Bright Size Life — Pat Metheny
Aqui, Oh! — Toninho Horta
Midnight In San Juan — Earl Klugh
Severe Tire Damage — Zero
Do Your Thing — Isaac Hayes
Dec. 31, 2016 (Program 983)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Boogaloo Joe — Boogaloo Joe Jones
Golden Rainbows — Alphonse Mouzon
In Jail In Jacksonville — Root Boy Slim
Have Mercy Judge — Eric Burdon/Jimmy Witherspoon
Chris Cross — Jimmy McGriff
Do Your Thing — Kashmere Stage Band
No Name Bar — Isaac Hayes
The Sermon — Jimmy Smith
Blues Jam — Alphonse Mouzon
The Funky Waltz — Eleventh House
Master Funk — Alphonse Mouzon All-Star Band
50 Yards of Soul — Whitefield Brothers
On The Run — Dynamic Soundmakers
O.R.F. Parts 1-2 — Organized Raw Funk
Golden Dawn — Al DiMeola
Mind Transplant — Alphonse Mouzon
Seventh Arrow/Umbrellas — Weather Report
3 On The B — Evil Eddie & The Superslinkys
*Note: Tribute throughout to drummer Alphonse
Mouzon who passed away Dec. 25 at the age of 68.
Dec. 31, 2016 (Program 983)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Boogaloo Joe — Boogaloo Joe Jones
Golden Rainbows — Alphonse Mouzon
In Jail In Jacksonville — Root Boy Slim
Have Mercy Judge — Burdon/Witherspoon
Chris Cross — Jimmy McGriff
Do Your Thing — Kashmere Stage Band
No Name Bar — Isaac Hayes
The Sermon — Jimmy Smith
Blues Jam — Alphonse Mouzon
The Funky Waltz — Eleventh House
Master Funk — Alphonse Mouzon All-Star Band
50 Yards of Soul — Whitefield Brothers
On The Run — Dynamic Soundmakers
O.R.F. Parts 1-2 — Organized Raw Funk
Golden Dawn — Al DiMeola
Mind Transplant — Alphonse Mouzon
Seventh Arrow/Umbrellas — Weather Report
3 On The B — Evil Eddie & The Super Slinkys
**Note: Tribute to drummer Alphonse Mouzon who passed
away at the age of 68 on Dec. 25.
Dec. 27, 2016 (Program No. 982)
Hummin’ — Cannonball Adderley
Devika — Lonnie Smith
Red Baron — Cobham-Duke Band
Everyday People — Medeski, Martin & Wood
Walls of Jericho — Nat Adderley
Them Changes — Johnny Frigo Sextet
City, Country, City — War
Tongue ‘n’ Groove – Zero
Lullaby of the Leaves — Billy Bauer
Ain’t It Funky Now — Jimmy McGriff
People Make The World Go Round — Milt JacksonDec. 24, 2016 (Program No. 981)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
For What It’s Worth — Staple Singers
Let Me Come Home — Howard Lemon Singers
Funky #7 — Hot Tuna
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
I’ve Got Life — Merry Clayton
Memphis Train — Eric Krasno Band
Funky Way — Rufus Thomas
Nobody’s Fault But Mine — Staple Singers
Great Change — Hot Tuna
If The Shoe Fits, Wear It — 21st Century
Never Ending Song Of Love — Herbie Mann
Grandma’s Hands — Merry Clayton
Who Do You Think You Are — Staple Singers
Good Shepherd — Jefferson Airplane
From A Whisper To A Scream — Claudia Lennear
Gimme Shelter — Merry Clayton
Love On My Side — Pops Staples
Letter To The North Star — Hot Tuna
Trying Time — Pops Staples
Love Me Or Let Me Be Lonely — Merry Clayton
Heavy Makes You Happy — Staple Singers
Killing Time In The Crystal City
Run Run Rudolph — Grateful Dead
Tupelo — Pops Staples, Steve Cropper, Albert King
**Notes: Anniversary of births of Jorma Kaukonen (Dec. 23),
Merry Clayton (Dec. 25) and Pops Staples (Dec. 28).

Dec. 20, 2016 (Program 980)

Shorty Rides Again — Eddie Harris & Les McCann
Foots — Stuff
Big City — Lenny White
Outskirts of Town — Zero
Dr. Feelgood — Aretha Franklin
Four — Lenny Breau
Beyond The Seventh Galaxy — Return To Forever
Ridin’ Thumb (Jam) — King Curtis
Dippermouth — Herbie Mann
Try A Little Tenderness — Zero
Out On The Coast — Larry Willis
No Trouble On The Mountain — Groove Holmes
Gibraltar — Stanley Turrentine
You’re The One — King Curtis
Notes: Dec. 19 was the anniversary of the births of
Cornell Dupree and Lenny White.

Dec. 17, 2016 (Program 979)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
What Is Success — Allen Toussaint
On Your Way Down — Little Feat
You Gotta Serve Somebody — Pops Staples
Why? (Am I Treated So Bad) — Brian Auger & The Trinty w/ Julie Driscoll
Gonna Move — Paul Pena
Come Together — The Meters
Brighter Days — Mofro
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Get Yourself Together — Les McCann
Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow — Frank Zappa
Nanook Rubs It — Frank Zappa
St. Alfhonzo’s Pancake Breakfast — Frank Zappa
Father Oblivion — Frank Zappa
Cosmik Debris — Frank Zappa
Uncle Remus — Frank Zappa
Stand — Sly And The Family Stone
Kung Fu — Curtis Mayfield
You’re Free Lovin’ Me — Cold Blood
You Can Stay But The Noise Must Go — Johnny Watson
Blo — Blo
Home Is Where The Hatred is — Gil Scott-Heron
Houston Hook — Imaginary Visions
Train To Nowhere — Savoy Brown
You Got The Silver — Rolling Stones
**Note: Anniversary of Frank Zappa’s birth is
on Dec. 21.
Dec. 13, 2016 (Program No. 978)
I Concentrate On You — Grant Green
Orbits — Miles Davis
Monty, Is That You? — Quincy Jones/Bill Cosby
Every Day I Have The Blues — Count Basie & Joe Williams
Fred — Tony Williams Lifetime
The Creator Has A Master Plan — Pharaoh Sanders
Thumper — Eric Gale
Save The Children — Gil Scott-Heron
King Cobra — Tom Scott & The L.A. Express
The Grand Wazoo — Frank Zappa
Sunflower — Milt Jackson
Wind Parade — Donald Byrd

Dec. 10, 2016 (Program No. 977)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Back In The USSR — Chubby Checker
You Can’t Do That — Booker T & The MGs
Sho’ Nuff — Merry Clayton
Scratch My Back — Otis Redding
Time Is Winding Up — Dorothy Norwood
Why Don’t We Do It In The Road — Lowell Fulson
Down In The Gutter, But Free — Canned Heat
Day Tripper — Otis Redding
Last Of The Sunshine Days — Mountain
Spirit — Eric Burdon & War
Sad Song — Lou Rawls
Come Together — Chairman Of The Board
House Shoes — The Bar-Kays
Tramp — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
Why Don’t We Do It In The Road — Grateful Dead
Everybody’s Got Something To Hide — Fats Domino
I Got Some Help I Don’t Need — B.B. King
Take your Hand Out Of My Pocket — Van Morrison
Hawg For You — Tina Britt
Louie Louie — Otis Redding
Soul Finger — The Bar=Kays
Drive My Car — Black Heat
Wholesale Love — Arthur Conley
Stay In School — Otis Redding
Soul Train — Little Royal
I Want To Hold Your Hand — Al Green
Mr. Pitiful — Otis Redding
Help — David Porter
Hard To Handle — Patti Drew
Don’t Mess With Cupid — Otis Redding
Try A Little Tenderness — Otis Redding
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
It’s Growing — Otis Redding
**Notes: Marking the 49th anniversary of the death of
Otis Redding in 1967 and the Dec. 8, 1980, anniversary
of the death of John Lennon.
Dec. 6, 2016 (Program No. 976)
Bossa — Kenny Garrett
Carry On Brother — Les McCann-Eddie Harris
Spirit — Eric Burdon & War
Big Swifty — Frank Zappa
Inca Roads — Zappa Plays Zappa
He Ain’t Give You None — Legion Of Mary
Expressway To Your Heart — Steve Kimock Band
Help On The Way>Slipknot!>Franklin’s Tower — Grateful Dead
Monkey Man — Gov’t Mule
Ain’t No Use — Widespread Panic
Shouldn’t Have Took More Than You Gave — Traffic
She’s Here — Max Creek
Hypnotize — Kingfish
Brighter Days — Mofro
Keep On Growin’ — Tedeschi Trucks Band
**Note: Unplanned fill-in.
Dec. 3, 2016 (Program 975)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Respect Yourself — Marc Broussard
I Can’t Stop — Luther Ingram
12:15 Slow Goonbash Blues — Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis
Name The Missing Word — The Staple Singers
Your Good Thing — Lou Rawls
It’s Too Late — CTI California Concert
Ice Cold Daydream — Shuggie Otis
If It’s All The Same To You Babe — Luther Ingram
She’s Gone — Lou Rawls
Steamroller — Eric Burdon-Jimmy Witherspoon
I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water — Lou Rawls
Be Good To Me Baby — Luther Ingram
Instant Death — Eddie Harris
Country Girl — Johnny Otis Show
Tobacco Road — Lou Rawls
A Little More Wine — Savoy Brown
Keep Pushing Me — James & Bobby Purify
Good To Me — Donald Height
Edward, The Mad Shirt Grinder — Jerry Garcia Band
Promised Land — Freddy Wilson
Camelot Time — J Hines & The Fellows
Elijah Rocking With Soul — Hank Jacobs
**Notes: Anniversary of the births of Shuggie Otis (Nov. 30),
Luther Ingram (Nov. 30) and Lou Rawls (Dec. 1).Nov. 26, 2016 (Program No. 974)
Pali Gap — Jimi Hendrix
I’m Going Down — Rolling Stones
It Doesn’t Matter — Manassas
Jack — Widespread Panic
Trapped In A Bubble — Pete Carr
Miles Away — Fleetwood Mac
Astronomy — Blue Öyster Cult
Flakes — Frank Zappa
Call On Me — Quicksilver Messenger Service
1983….A Merman I Should Turn To Be — Jimi Hendrix
Tell Me When It’s Over — Dream Syndicate
Your Mind & We Belong Together — Love
Roads To Freedom — Robin Trower
Lost In A Lost World — Moody Blues
New Ways Train Train — Jeff Beck group
Help You Ann — Lyres
Longest Day — The Del Fuegos
Tragic Magic — Traffic

Nov. 26, 2016 (Program 973)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Funky Way To Treat Somebody — Soul Survivors
Turn Loose — Mofro
Good Luck — Black Merda
Give Away None of My Love — Buddy Miles
Earth Blues — Jimi Hendrix
I Had A Dream — Freddie King
It’s So Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Hummingbird — B.B. King
Burning Spear — S.O.U.L.
We’re Gonna Have A Good Time — Jacqui Verdell
Lonely Avenue — Jimi Hendrix
Talk That Talk — Rance Allen Group
Bad Moon Rising — Steve Marriot
Chained & Bound — Bettye Swann
Superbad — Idris Muhammad
Boom Boom, Out Go The Lights — Little Walter
Gold Walk — The Presidents
Valleys of Neptune — Jimi Hendrix
Comin’ At Ya Baby — Johnnie Otis Show
I’m Losing you — Rare Earth
Hey Baby — Jimi Hendrix
Keeper of The Castle — Leon Spencer
Pali Gap — Jimi Hendrix
**Note: Anniversary of the birth of Jimi Hendrix
on Nov. 27.
Nov. 19, 2016 (Program No. 972)
Ball Of Confusion — The Temptations
Never Goin’ Back To Georgia — The Blues Magoos
Middle Of The Road — The Meters
Sister From Texas — Aretha Franklin
Eldorado Street — Steve Hunter
Voodoo In You — Johnny Jenkins
Take A Look Around — The James Gang
Stokin’ — Leon Ferguson & The Groove Tones
Do Your Thing — The Marion Gaines Singers
Hotline To Jesus — Rance Allen Group
Wet Funk — King Curtis
Hey Jude — Wilson Pickett
Midnight Moodies — Joe Walsh
Anyday — Derek & The Dominos
Stop — The James Gang
Your Love Was Strange — The Dramatics
More Soul — Ron Buford
Band Played On — Joe Walsh
Push Push — Herbie Mann
Purple — Shuggie Otis
Jumpin’ Jack Flash/Youngblood — Leon Russell
Got A Thing On My Mind — Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Middle Class White Boy — Mose Allison
Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry — Leon Russell
Look Here — The Clash
How Long Do I Have To Wait For You — Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Your Mind Is On Vacation — Mose Allison
Home Sweet Oklahoma — Leon Russell
Young Man Blues — The Who
Pick It Up And Lay It In The Cut — Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
I’m Getting There — Mose Allison
Out In The Woods — Leon Russell
Midnight Rider — Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
I Don’t Worry About A Thing — Mose Allison
Shootout On The Plantation — Leon Russell
I’ll Still Be True — Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
If You’re Going To The City — Mose Allison
Black Sheep Boogaloo — Asylum Choir
Goin’ Down — Leon Russell & JJ Cale
Wild Man On The Loose — Mose Allison
What Have You Done For Me Lately — Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Oklahoma Boogie — Leon Russell
Creek Bank — Mose Allison
Prince of Peace — Leon Russell
This Land Is Your Land — Sharon Jones & The Bap-Kings
**Notes: Joe Walsh turns 69 on Nov. 20, anniversary of Duane
Allman’s birth on Nov. 20. Tributes to Sharon Jones (60), Leon Russell (74)
and Mose Allison (89) who passed away in the week before.
Nov. 12, 2016 (Program 971)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Shuggie’s Chitlin’ Blues — Preston Love
Buried Alive In The Blues — Nick Gravenities-John Cipollina
Behave Yourself — Booker T & The MGs
Muhammad Ali — Sir Mack Rice
The Sno-Cone — Lloyd Hendricks
Vampire Blues — Neil Young
Street Lady — Donald Byrd
Gonna Have A Good Time — David Camon
Love Sickness — Sir Mack Rice
Walkin’ The Duck — Jim Pipkin & The Boss Five
Austin City Blues — Booker T. Jones & Gary Clark, Jr.
I Got Some — Dave Hamilton Studio Players
Snatchin’ It Back — Southside Johnny
Soon As I Get Paid — Keb’ Mo’
Yonder Stands The Sinner — Neil Young
Respect Yourself — Sir Mack Rice & Thornetta Davis
Getting The Bills — George Jackson
Booker’s Notion — Booker T & The MGs
L.A. — Neil Young
Confusion — Two Things In One
Wake Up — Bobby Rush
Baby I’m Coming Home — Sir Mack Rice
Show Stopper — Richard Knight
Afraid of Losing You — Mashmakahn
The Bronx — Booker T. Jones & Lou Reed
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
F.L.A. — Noble Watts
I Am The Black Gold of The Sun — Rotary Connection
**Notes: Birthday tributes to Booker T. Jones who turned
72 and Neil Young (71) and the anniversary of the birth
of Sir Mack Rice on Nov. 10.
Nov. 8, 2016 (Program No. 970)
Have You Seen The Stars — Paul Kantner & Jefferson Starship
Wakin’ On A Pretty Day — Kurt Vile
The Vigil — Blue Öyster Cult
Hold Us Down — The Del Fuegos
Lazy Lightning>Supplication — Grateful Dead
Don’t Look Back — Stray
Don’t Lose It — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Hurry Sundown — The Outlaws
No One To Depend On — Santana
Hot ‘Lanta — Marcus King Band w/ Warren Haynes
Catch A Train — Free
Song For Aires — Cactus
Flaming Telepaths — Blue Öyster Cult
**Note: Unplanned rock show fill-in.
Nov. 5, 2016 (Program No. 969)
Romance Dance — Little Feat
I’m Truckin — Spirit
Bad Penny — Rory Gallagher
Gimme Shelter — Rolling Stones
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Mr. Clean — Winfield Parker
My Baby Likes To Boogaloo — Don Gardner
Funky Way — Calvin Arnold
Mr. Lucky — Betty Wright
I’m Your Friendly Neighborhood Freak — Calvin Arnold
Right On — Ike Turner
A Apolitical Blues — Little Feat
Snatchin’ Back — Calvin Arnold
Pay In Blood — Tom Guerra
Junkyard In Malibu — Nick Gravenities
Susie’s Shuffle — The Electric Flag
So Very Hard To Go — Tower of Power
If You Can Hully Gully — Ike & Tina Turner
Steve Kimock Interview
Funk Explosion — Everyone Orchestra
Politician — Cream
Scoobie Do — Calvin Arnold
Wide Wide River — The Fugs
Matt Butler Interview
Boots — Everything Orchestra
Penwick — Harlem Pop Trotters
Miniskirt — Calvin Arnold
Super Agent Steve — 00 Soul
You Can’t Miss Nothing That You Never Had — Ike & Tina Turner
She’s Looking Good — Roger Collins
I Wanna Grown Up And Be A Politician — The Byrds
Who Dun It — Blue Mitchell
Compared To What — Sweetwater
The Thing — Lowell Fulson
Green Onions — Graham Bond Organisation
Political Science — Randy Newman
**Notes: Interviews with Matt Butler & Steve Kimock
about Everyone Orchestra; tribute to Calvin Arnold who
passed earlier in the week; anniversary of the birth of
Ike Turner in 1931.
Oct. 29, 2016 (Program No. 968)
Long Grey Mare — Fleetwood Mac
Looking For Somebody — Fleetwood Mac
Stop Messing Around — Fleetwood Mac
Rambling Pony — Fleetwood Mac
Lazy Poker Blues — Fleetwood Mac
Jumping At Shadows — Fleetwood Mac
Born Under A Bad Sign — Peter Green
Season of The Witch — Lou Rawls
Crimson Witch — The Moving Sidewalks
Supernatural Thing (Part 1) — Ben E. King
Black Maria — Todd Rundgren
Season of The Witch — Al Kooper & Stephen Stills
The Witch Queen of New Orleans — Redbone
Born Under A Bad Sign — William Bell
Evil Hearted You — The Yardbirds
Black Magic Woman — Fleetwood Mac
Tombstone Shadow — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Werewolves of London — Grateful Dead
(Don’t Worry) If There’s hell Below, We’re All Gonna Go — Curtis Mayfield
Morgus The Magnificent — Morgus & The Ghouls
The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown) — Fleetwood Mac
Hand of Fate — Rolling Stones
Psycho — The Sonics
Death Valley Nights — Blue Öyster Cult
Season of The Witch — Brian Auger & The Trinity w/ Julie Driscoll
Trick or Treat — Otis Redding
Jumping At Shadows — Fleetwood Mac
Monster Mash — The Beach Boys
Goblin Girl — Frank Zappa
Blue Shadows — B.B. King
The Witching Hour — Manassas
Creature With The Atom Brain — Roky Erickson
Supernatural — John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers
Spanish Moon — Little Feat
**Notes: Peter Green turned 70 on Oct. 29. Halloween-themed program.
Oct. 22, 2016 (Program No. 967)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Rocket “88” — Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats
Thirty Second Lover — Steve Cropper w/ Steve Winwood
Born Under A Bad Sign — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Blow Away — Grateful Dead
Four Floors or Forty — Nick Gravenities & John Cipollina
Rock My Soul — Elvin Bishop
Rollin’ Stone — Muddy Waters
Water — Steve Cropper, Pops Staples & Albert King
Never Trust A Woman — Grateful Dead
Evil — Howlin’ Wolf
In The Pocket — Hindal Butts
On A Saturday Night — Eddie Floyd
You Can’t Catch Me — Chuck Berry
Morning Blues — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Drunk Again — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Maybe You Know — Grateful Dead
Buddy’s Groove — Buddy Guy
Rattlesnake — Steve Cropper
Revolutionary Hamstrung Blues — Grateful Dead
So Good — Elvin Bishop
Road Runner — Bo Diddley
Hole In The Wall — The Packers
Over Easy — Booker T & The MGs
**Notes: Oct. 21 had Steve Cropper turn 75,
Elvin Bishop turn 74 and the anniversary of
Brent Mydland’s birthday. Phil Chess, the co-founder
of Chess Records passed away at the age of 95
on Oct. 19.

Oct. 15, 2016 (Program No. 966)
Born In Chicago — James Montgomery
One More Heartache — James Montgomery
Baby Let Me Follow You Down — Bob Dylan & The Band
Isis — Bob Dylan
All Along The Watchtower — Bobby Womack
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry — A.Kooper/S.Stills
Band Of The Hand — Bob Dylan & The Heartbreakers
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues — Linda Ronstadt
Desolation Row — Grateful Dead
**Notes: James Montgomery interviewed about new Paul Butterfield
tribute album; Bob Dylan music following his Nobel honor.

Oct. 8, 2015 (Program No. 965)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Funky From The Get-Go — Herbie Williams
Grove — Dave Hamilton
Help Me — Archie Russell
Fix it — O.C. Tolbert
Confusion — Two Things In One
Gonna Forget About You — O.V. Wright
Creative Funk — Moving World
Jookhouse — Mofro
Troubled Days — Greyhounds
Chimes — J. Geils Band
Git It On — Mandrill
I’ve Been Searching — O.V. Wright
Ace of Spades — O.V. Wright
What Is Success — Allen Toussaint
Born Under A Bad Sign — William Bell
Goin’ Back To Iuka — The Alabama State Troupers
From A Whisper To A Scream — Robert Palmer
The Well’s Gone Dry — The Crusaders
I Don’t Want To Sit Down — O.V. Wright
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — O.V. Wright
Trick Bag — Sunny & The Sunliners
I Don’t Want To Be President — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Let’s Do It Today — The Us
Out of Sight — The Insight
It Ain’t Fair, But It’s Fun — The Fabulous Originals
Cruising Down Sunset — The 4th Coming
Underground — Curtis Mayfield
**Note: O.V. Wright born Oct. 9, 1939

Sept. 28, 2016 (Program 964)
Lucille’s Granny — BB King
Walk In The Night — Jr. Walker & The Allstars
Melting Pot — Booker T & The MGs
Try A Little Tenderness — Zero
Ain’t It Funky Now — Grant Green
Mr. Clean — Freddie Hubbard
How Would You like A Head Like That? — Jean-Luc Ponty
Red Baron — Billy Cobham-George Duke
Light My Fire — Johnny Harris
Ode To Billy Joe — Lou Donaldson
**Note: Jazz show fill-in, Jean-Luc Ponty turns
74 on Sept. 29.

Sept. 24, 2016 (Program 963)

My Credit Didn’t Get Through — Freddie King
Viva La Money — Allen Toussaint
Master Charge — Allen Collins
Money Talks — JJ Cale
Money Money — Grateful Dead
Just Give Me Some Bucks — Fred Wesley & The JBs
It’s About The Dollar — Johnny Watson
First I Look At The Purse — The Contours
Lawyers, Guns & Money — Warren Zevon
Maybe I’ll Lend You A Dime — Memphis Slim
For The Love of Money — The O’Jays
Money (That’s What I Want) — Junior Walker
Gimme Some Money — The Thamesmen
No Money, No Luck Blues — BB King
Easy Money — Lowell George
Money Honey — The Drifters
Dead Presidents — J. Geils Band
**Notes: Money-themed music for annual fundraiser; Nick
Curtis from WHUS-FM sits in.

Sept. 22, 2016 (Program No. 962)

Kinda Easy Now — Booker T. & The MGs
Fog & Spice — Tim Weisberg
Freedom — Sons of Champlin
Knock Yourself Out — Tower of Power
Kissing My Love — Cold Blood
Animal Fat — White Elephant
The Light Still Shines — If
The World Is A Ghetto — George Benson
Cleo’s Mood — Jr. Walker & The All Stars
After The Affair — The Mar-Keys
Right Now — Herbie Mann
**Note: Jazz fill-in

Sept. 17, 2016 (Program No. 961)

Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Blue Shadows — BB King
Ca’ Ba’ Dab — Soul Swingers
The Prophet — Brother Jack McDuff
Hot Pants — Carleen & The Groovers
Let Your Hair Down — The Mighty Soul Drivers
Party — The New Jersey Queens
Tiki — Jimmy McGriff
Po-Jama People — The Mothers of Invention
Lyin’ On The Truth — Rance Allen Group
Mississippi-Arkansas Bridge — William Bell
It’s My Own Fault — BB King & Bobby Bland
Midnight — BB King
You Don’t Live Forever — Marshall Tucker Band
Devil’s Eyes — Greyhounds
Classic Funke — Brother Jack McDuff
Hot, Funky & Sweaty — Soul Lifters
Come Together — Groove Holmes & Ernie Watts
Milk — The Basic
Underground – BB King
Kissing My Love — Spanky Wilson
The Memphis Train — Rufus Thomas
Home On The Range — Zero
**Notes: Anniversary of the births of BB King (Sept. 16, 1925) and
Brother Jack McDuff (Sept. 17, 1926).Sept. 10, 2016 (Program No. 960)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Catch The Beat — Hansen
Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s home — Bob Seger
Red Bird — Jesse Roper
Couldn’t Stand The Weather — Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble
Alley Full of Trash & Bottles — Larry Davis
Football — Mickey & The Soul Generation
I’m Sick Ya’ll — Otis Redding
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
We Live In Brooklyn Baby — Roy Ayers
Groovy Gravy — Quincy Jones & Bill Cosby
Get It Part II — Herb Johnson Settlement
Flying High — James Knight & The Butlers
Easy Access Part II — El Michels Affair
King Kong — Jimmy Castor Bunch
Stay In School — Otis Redding
Groovin’ Time — Otis Redding
He’s A Superstar — Roy Ayers
If There’s A Hell Below (We’re All Going To Go) — Lou Donaldson
Cigarettes & Coffee — Otis Redding
Old McDonald Had A Farm — Rufus Thomas
The Big Apple — Uncle Sam
Ridin’ Thumb — King Curtis
Shop Talk — Cold Blood
Who Will The Next Fool Be — Little Jimmy Tyson & Highway Robbers
Soul Machine — The Meters
The Wheel — Grateful Dead
**Notes: Anniversary of Otis Redding’s birth on Sept. 9 and the
76th birthday of Roy Ayers on Sept. 10.Sept. 3, 2016 (Program No. 959)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
It Takes Money — Lowell Fulson
Get Up Jake — The Band
Get Me Back On Time, Engine No. 9 — Wilson Pickett
I Must Be Doing Something Right — Irene Reid
Come Little Children — Donny Hathaway
Work To Do — Average White Band
Love The Life You Live — Black Heat
Getting On With My Life — Grayson Hugh
Where Will You Run — Walter Hawkins & Selah
Grayson Hugh Interview
Motorcycle Ridin’ — Grayson Hugh
I’ve Been Workin’ — Van Morrison
65 Bars & A Taste of Soul — Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band
Kicking Back Parts 1-2 — Joe Houston
Working Man — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Get A Job — The Greyboy Allstars
Keepin’ Up With The Joneses — Little Feat
Work Song — Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Easy Wind — Grateful Dead
Car Wash — Rose Royce
Salt Of The Earth — Rolling Stones
**Notes: Interview with Grayson Hugh and some work-themed
music for Labor Day weekend.Aug. 30, 2016 (Program No. 958)
Black Talk — Charles Earland
Heaven on Earth — Larry Young
Contour — Jackie McLean
Blues For Philly Joe — Sonny Rollins
Straight Up & Down — Eric Dolphy
Check It Out — Fats Theus
Pyramid — Horace Silver
Dead Heat — Kenny Burrell & Jimmy Raney
Don’t Even Kick It Around — Ramsey Lewis Trio
Survival of the Fittest — Herbie Hancock
Dewey Square — Lou Donaldson
Trouble (No. 2) — Stanley Turrentine
Blackjack — Donald Byrd
Jaggin’ — Gene Ammons
Well You Needn’t — Miles Davis
Idle Moments — Grant Green
Sneak Preview — Leon Spencer
Hold On, I’m Comin’ — Reuben Wilson
Spark Plug — Melvin Sparks
Autumn Leaves — Cannonball Adderly
Relaxin’ At Camarillo — Hank Jones
Acknowledgement — John Coltrane
**Note: A tribute to legendary engineer
Rudy Van Gelder who passed away on Aug. 25
at the age of 91. All tracks featured were
recorded at his studio.Aug. 27, 2016 (Program No. 957)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Sweetest Thing — JJ Grey & Mofro
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Valleys of Neptune — Jimi Hendrix
The Traitor — Herbie Hancock
Please Do Something — Don Covay
Too Many Lovers — Shack
You’re Getting Too Smart — The Detroit Emeralds
Jody’s Got Your Girl And Gone — Johnnie Taylor
I Keep Asking You Questions — Black Ivory
Sweet Clara — Freddy Robinson
Message From The Inner City — The Crusaders
Mahdi (The Expected one) — Tower of Power
Hi Roller — Bo Keys
High On You — Sly Stone
Gun — Gil Scott-Heron
Medicine Man — Freddy Robinson
Do The Sweetback — March Wind
Do The Cissy — The Stingers
Finger Lickin’ Good — Art Jerry Miller
Tighten Up My Thing — The Soul Children
6-3-8 — Rufus Thomas
It’s Getting Funky ‘Round Here — Black Nasty
The City In The Sky — Staple Singers
My Thing Is A Moving Thing — The T.S.U. Tornados
Keep An Eye On Your Close Friends — The Newcomers
I Believe I’ll Go Back Home — Johnny Otis ShowAug. 23, 2016 (Program No. 956)
Sookie Sookie — Grant Green
Blooze In G — Brother Jack McDuff
Pipe Bomb — Vinyl
Baby You Know — Chico Hamilton
Inner City Blues — Gil Scott-Heron
Space Circus Pt. II — Return To Forever
Go Lil Lisa — Coleman Hawkins Quartet
Slippin’ & Slidin’ — Yusef Lateef
Country Road — John Mayall
Stolen Moments — Oliver Nelson
Asso Kam — Blue Mitchell
No Trouble On The Mountain — Groove Holmes
Sweet Sister Funk — Ramon Morris
Solid Air — John Martyn
Fat Albert Rotunda — Herbie Hancock
Senorita Eula — Don Wilkerson
Severe Tire Damage — Zero
A Little Busy — Art Blakey & Jazz Messengers
Mahdi (The Expected One) — Tower of Power
Soul Special — Andrew Hill
Memphis Junction — Milt Jackson
Ghetto Woman — Marlena Shaw
Black Fox — Freddie Robinson
Heaven on Earthy — Larry Young
Baby Baby — Steve Kimock
**Note: Fill-in on Jazz showAug. 22, 2016 (Program No. 955)
Nine Feet Underground — Caravan
Rock ‘n Roll Widow — Wishbone Ash
Help On The Way>Slipknot!>Franklin’s Tower — Grateful Dead
What Did I Say About The Box Jack? — If
**Note: Rock Show fill-in.Aug. 20, 2016 (Program No.  954)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Good Love — Isaac Hayes
Phatty — Vinyl
Ummh — Bobby Hutcherson
Three Time Loser — Wilson Pickett
You Got Me Running — Ike & Tina Turner
Riding With The King — John Hiatt w/ Ry Cooder
Ain’t That Loving You — Isaac Hayes & David Porter
Check The Gas — Greyhounds
Ain’t That A Bitch — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Soul Patrol — The Original Soul Patrol
Family Affair — Bobby Hutcherson
The Riot — Fritz The Cat Soundtrack
Shakedown Street — Grateful Dead
Tiki — Jimmy McGriff
Great Day — Leon Russell
Out On The Coast — Larry Willis
Feelin’ Alrght — Isaac Hayes
Love Will Find A Way — Jimmy Ponder
Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic — Isaac hayes
Guitarist Skip Pitts on working with Isaac Hayes
Shaft — Isaac Hayes
Qienes Haverlo — Bronx River Parkway
Summer In The City — Isaac Hayes
**Notes: Isaac Hayes born this day in 1942;
John Hiatt turns 64; remembering Bobby Hutcherson
who died at 75 on Aug. 15.
Aug. 13, 2016 (Program No. 953)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Rock Steady — Shirley Brown
Stop — Howard Tate
Memphis Funk — Fran Farley
The Vision of Rassan — War w/ Eric Burdon
Ain’t No Fun To Me — Graham Central Station
Ain’t Nobody Home — B.B. King
Write A Letter — JJ Grey & Mofro
South California Purples — Chicago
It’s Your World — Gil Scott-Heron
Ain’t Nobody Home — Howard Tate
You Don’t Understand Me — Donald O’Connor
One Man’s Poison — Rudolph Taylor
Glad All Over — Jeff Beck Group
Hey Little Girl — Willie Cobbs
You Don’t Love Me — Tommy Raye
Your Own Free Will — Ann Hodge
Stand — Sly & The Family Stone
Sick & Tired — Johnny Jenkins
Jemima Surrender — Howard Tate
Through It All There’s You — Robert Palmer
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Waiting For The Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago — ZZ Top
Zony Mash — The Meters
Memphis Underground — Herbie Mann
Texas Blues/Jelly Roll — Nitzinger
Getting It Out Of My System — Kashmere Stage Band
Got My Led Boots On — Hummingbird
People — Graham Central Station
The Streetbeater — Quincy Jones
Foodstamps — 24-Carat Black
Forecast — Eric Gale
She’s A Burglar — Howard Tate
Be On The Real Side — Rascals
Winston — Fritz The Cat
Flat Tire — Albert King
Stealing Love — Eddie Floyd
This Old Town — The Staple Singers
Crossing Over The Bridge — Inez Fox
The Treasure — Manassas
**Notes: Anniversary of the birth of Howard Take (1939)
and 70th birthday for Larry Graham on Aug. 14.
Aug. 9, 2016 (Program No. 952)
Forecast — Eric Gale
Hummin’ — Quincy Jones
Dancin’ In The Streets — Pazant Brothers
Greasy — Jackie McLean
Flight Time — Donald Byrd
Mamacita — Blue Mitchell
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Joe Wms w/Thad Jones & Mel Lewis Orch.
Sho Nuff Melon — Ruben Wilson
Light My Fire — Shirley Bassey
Before Six — Harvey Mandel
Holy Thursday — David Axlerod
Sitting Duck — Gene Harris Three Souls
Boom Boom Chomp — The Sons of Champlin
All Clear — George Benson
The Worm — Jimmy McGriff
The Caterpillar — Lou Donaldson
Boogaloo — Stanley Turrentine
Inflation Blues — Compost
Middle Of The Road — The Meters
Take 10 — Paul Desmond
Walk In The Night — Grant Green
Catch My Soul — Johnny Hammond
Moon Germs — Billy Cobham
Walk Tall — Nils Landgren Funk Unit
Soulin’ — King Curtis
Southern Smiles — Keith Jarrett
La Cuna — Ray Barreto
**Note: Jack DeJohnette turned 74 on Aug. 9.
Aug. 6, 2016 (Program 951)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Just A Man — Chucky Thurman
You’re No Good — Little Milton
The Rock That Killed Goliath — Al Tanner
Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing — Gregg Allman
Eddie Boogaloo — Love Uprisers
Do The Side Saddle — Rufus Thomas
The World Is Round — Rufus Thomas
Walkin’ The Dog — Rufus Thomas
Walkin’ The Dog — Grateful Dead
Walkin’ The Dog — Johnny Rivers
Walkin’ The Dog — Blackbird w/Stevie Ray Vaughn
Jump Back — Kingfish
Gamblin’ Man — Bonnie Raitt
Before Six — Harvey Mandel
Africa — Anders Osborne w/ Soul Live & George Porter
Mighty Mighty — The Impressions
Shelter Me — Tab Benoit
Dominos — Donald Byrd
Summer In The City — Bartel
Everything’s Alright — Dry Ice
Roadrunner — Legion of MaryJuly 30, 2016 (Program No. 950)
Post Toastee — Tommy Bolin
Grow On Your Own — Tom Guerra
Prelude — Nothin’ To Hide — Spirit
The Worm — Alvin Youngblood Hart
Pay In Blood — Tom Guerra
BYOB — Tom Guerra
Keith Don’t Go — Nils Lofgren
Overnight Bag — Rory Gallagher
Disadvantage — J.J. Cale
Love Will Forget You — Tom Guerra
Mother of Pearl — Wishbone Ash
Make Your Move — Ray Gomez
All Purpose Song — Tom Guerra
Hell Hole — Spinal Tap
E.T.I. — Blue Öyster Cult
Don’t — Blo
Dr. Nick & Elvis — Tom Guerra
Train To Nowhere — Savoy Brown
Rockin’ Daddy — Howlin’ Wolf
Jellybread — Booker T & The MGs
Supermoon — Tom Guerra
Driving Till The Break of Day — John Mayall
**Note: Guitarist Tom Guerra in-studio guest to
discuss his new album, Trampling Out the Vintage.

July 23, 2016 (Program 949)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Brother Groove — The Brothers
What Is Soul — Funkedelic
Ashamed — Black Merda
Red Moon — Fugi
Like Yesterday — Monophonics
Life + Death — The Chairmen Of The Board
What You Do To Me — Purple Image
Devil’s Eyes — Greyhounds
Broasted or Fried — King Hector & The Soul Dynamites
You & Your Folks, Me & My Folks — Funkedelic
Red Hot Mama — Funkedelic
Habit of Mind — Broca’s Area
Bring Your Love To Me — Big Pimp Jones
Baby I Owe You Something Good — Funkedelic
Black Feeling — Luther Harris
Do The Side Saddle — Rufus Thomas
Jimmy’s Got A Little Bit Of Bitch In Him — Funkedelic
Cleo’s Back — Tower Of Power
Horsing Around — The Soul Brothers
Funky Humpback — Raw Meat
Expo ’83 — The Backyard Heavies
Fish, Chips & Sweat — Funkedelic
Peter Rabbit — The Presidents
Unwind Yourself — Hank Ballard
Soul Smokin Pt. 1 — Little Grady Lewis & The Soul Smokers
Machine Shop Pt. 2 — Untouchable Machine Shop
Black Stone — Cro-Magnon
**Note: George Clinton turned 75 on July 22.

July 16, 2016 (Program No. 948)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Troubled Days — Greyhounds
Jesus Hits Like The Atomic Bomb — Blind Boys of Alabama
Fat Man — TV & The TribesmenGo Go Train — Jackie Paine
Out Of Sight — The Insight
Theme From The Electric Surfboard — Brother Jack McDuff
Funky Music Sure Nuff Turns Me On — Edwin Starr
Lyin’ On The Truth — The Rance Allen Group
Walkin’ & Talkin’ — Savoy Brown
Lone Rider — Greyhounds
Goin’ Down Slow — Dave Mason
Let Me Ride — William Bell
Stirrin’ Up Some Soul — The Mar-Ketts
Let’s Go (It’s Summertime) — James Reese & The Progressions
Marching — The Camp
Thumb A Ride — Earl Wright & His Orchestra
Right On — Al De Lory
Message To Society — Wally Coco
Theme Of The Blackbyrds — The Black Exotics
My Baby Specializes — William Bell & Judy Clay
Love-Eye-Tis — William Bell & Judy Clay
Left Over Love — William Bell & Judy Clay
Do Right Man — Sam Baker
Lay it On Me — Willie Johnson
Funky Fast Bump — The Outlaw Gang
Love Factory — Eloise Laws
Good Things — Pearl Dowdell
Puree Funk — Delrays
Wrapped, Tied & Tangled — Lavern Baker
Super Cool — Carrrie Riley & The Fascinations
Cutting Room (Hot Pants) — Oceanliners
Love’s Sweet Sensation — William Bell & Mavis Staples
**Note:
Marking William Bell’s 77th birthday.

July 10, 2016 (Program No. 947)
Gimme Shelter — The Rolling Stones
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Barnyard Soul — Rosco & Friends
Heavy Makes You Happy — Jeanie Greene
When You Get Through With it Put It Back — The Blenders
Walk On Gilded Splinters — Johnny Jenkins
The Barracuda — Leonard King & The Soul Messengers
Mercenary Territory — Phish
Can You Get To That — Mavis Staples
Gimme Shelter — Ruth Copeland
I’m The Man For You — Richard Marks
Of The Earth — Tower of Power
Sneaking Sally Through The Alley — Phish
It Ain’t No Use — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Stay Away From That Monkey — Jimmy McCracklin
Soul Freedom — Ray & His Court
Devil In A Man — Stu Gardner
Gimme Shelter — Merry Clayton
Funky Bitch — Phish & Son Seals
The Whole Thang — Big Barney
Moving World — Creative Funk
The Moon Walk — King Solomon
I Ain’t Got No Soul Today — Senor Soul
Cissy Strut — Joe Bravo
Go For Yourself — Soul Tornados
Salt of The Earth — Johnny Adams

July 2, 2016 (Program No. 946)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Do The Funky Penguin — Rufus Thomas
Another Day — Planet Be
A Joyful Process — Funkedelic
Hot Sauce — Greyhounds
Bump Meat — Sir Mack Rice
Fazon — Sopwith Camel
You Hit The Nail On The Head– Funkedelic
Cadillac Assembly Line — Albert King
Cheaper To Keep Her — Johnnie Taylor
Mack Rice Talks About “Mustang Sally”
Mustang Sally — Solomon Burke & Mack Rice
Let Me Be — Parliament
Volunteered Slavery/Bern’s Blues/Outerspaceways — Bernie Worrell
Mack Rice Talks About “Respect Yourself”
Respect Yourself — The Staple Singers
Andrew Trube Interview
It’s So Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
Before BP — Greyhounds
Whatcha Say — The Meters
Funky Woman — Parliament
Get Outside — Robert Palmer
Livin’ The Life — Parliament
**Notes: Tributes to Bernie Worrell who died at the
age of 72 on June 24 and Mack Rice who passed on June 27.
Andrew Trube of Greyhounds talks about recent release.

June 25, 2016 (Program No. 945)

One Degree North — The Mar-Keys
On A Saturday Night — Eddie Floyd
Soul Food — Rufus Thomas
Breaking Up Somebody’s Home — Albert King
Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa (Sad Song) — Otis Redding
Rock Steady — Aretha Franklin
Said I Wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody — Sam & Dave
Amen — Otis Redding
Right, Tight & Out Of Sight — Branding iron
Soul Bowl — The Mar-Keys
Hold On, I’m Comin’ — Sam & Dave
Love’s Sweet Sensation — William Bell-Mavis Staples
Testify — Johnnie Taylor
Soul-a-Lujah — Taylor, Floyd, P. Staples, Thomas, M. Staples, C. Staples
Work Day Blues — Darren Jay & The Delta Souls
Song To See You Trough — The Doobie Brothers
Knock On Wood — The Mar-Keys
Sledgehammer — Peter Gabriel
Down Don’t Bother Me — Albert King
You Don’t Miss Your Water — William Bell
Gypsy Wedding — Bob Mosley
Soul Street — Eddie Floyd
Open Secret — Stephen Stills
Eyes of Silver — The Doobie Brothes
Bouncin’ Back — Robert Cray Band
Suspicious Minds — Elvis Presley
Funky Mississippi — Rufus Thomas
Love Man — Otis Redding
Tired Of Being Alone — Al Green
Chain Gang — Otis Redding
I Take What I Want — Sam & Dave
Big Bird — Eddie Floyd
Grab This Thing — The Mar-Keys
That’s What Love Will Make You Do — Little Milton
634-5789 — Wilson Pickett
I Can’t Stand The Rain — Ann Peebles
Take Me To The River — Al Green
Think — Aretha Franklin
Cry Like A Baby — The Box Tops
Water — Eddie Floyd
Squint Eye — The Mar-Keys
Try A Little Tenderness — Otis Redding
**Note: Tribute to Wayne Jackson of The Memphis
Horns who passed away June 21 at the age of 74.

June 18, 2016 (Program No. 944)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Stomp & Buck Dance — The Crusaders
Doing My Own Thing — Johnnie Taylor
Arkansas State Prison — Bobby Womack
Yeah Man — Eddie Hinton
I’m Gonna Take What He’s Got — Etta James
Last Night — The Mar-Keys
Burnt Biscuits — The Triumphs
Do Right Woman, Do Right Man — Aretha Franklin
You Don’t Miss Your Water — William Bell
California Soul — The 5th Dimension
Stir it Up — Johnny Jacobs
Heavy Makes You Happy — Eddie Hinton
Junkyard Dog — Miles Grayson
You Don’t Understand Me — Donald O’Connor
In The Ghetto — Elvis Presley
Midnight Mover — Bobby Womack
Preacher Man — The Impressions
Good Humor Man — Blue Mitchell
Walls — Greyhounds
Kumquat Kids — Eddie Henderson
Keep On Dancing — The Gentrys
The Dark End Of The Street — James Carr
Holy Thursday — David Axelrod
Something Heavy — Eddie Hinton
Tempted — Marjorie Ingram
Nine Pound Steel — Joe Simon
Memphis Funk — Fran Farley
No Hard Feeling — Lowell Fulson
Your Own Free Will — Ann Hodge
Super Funk — Vern Blair Debate
Suspicious Minds — Elvis Presley
**Notes: Anniversary of Eddie Hinton’s birthday
on June 15 and tribute throughout to the
great Chips Moman who passed away at the
age of 79 on June 13.

June 11, 2016 (Program 943)
Ape Is High — Mandrill
Caught You In The Act — Mel & Tim
You’ve Got To Change — Meters
Right Place, Wrong Time — Dr. John
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — OV Wright
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Lee Dorsey
Your Love Was Strange — The Dramatics
Bo Diddley — Bob Seger
Do You Know — Osibisa
Apache — Incredible Bongo Band
In Bed — Rare Earth
Are You My Woman — The Chi Lites
Hotline To Jesus — Rance Allen Group
A Funky Song — Ripple
Country Ghetto — Mofro
Lady Luck — Richard Swift
Mercenary Territory — Little Feat
A New Day — Skull Snaps
Do The Side Saddle — Rufus Thomas
If You Want Me To Stay — Sly & The Family Stone
Listen — Cymande
You Got The Love — Rufus
Good Love — Isaac Hayes
Detroit — Eddie Love
Kill A Brick — Hot Sauce
Greasy Two By Four — George Jackson
Break It Loose — Onyx
**Note: Kid Rock bassist Aaron Julison
in studio alternating selections.

June 4, 2016 (Program No. 942)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
The Heavy Scuffle’s On — Full Moon
Soul Street — Eddie Floyd
Back To The World — Curtis Mayfield
Black Superman — Johnny Wakelin & The Kinshasa Band
Bumpin’ On Sunset/We Got More Soul — Charles “Doc” Williams
Why Don’t We Do It in The Road — Lowell Fulson
Finder’s Keepers — The Chairmen of The Board
He’s A Superstar — Roy Ayers
Hijack Ya, Kidnap Ya, Take What I Want — Holland & Dozier
All Power To The People — Joe Savage & The Soul People
Do You Want to Win? — The Impressions
Get Ready/Uptight — Little Eva Harris
Lonesome & Unwanted People — The Meters
Freddie’s Dead — Jazz Soul Seven
We’re A Winner — Curtis Mayfield
Set Us Free — Greyhounds
Hawg For You — Otis Redding
Bag Of Reds — Little Feat
Underground — Curtis Mayfield
Farm Song — Leon Gardner
Smokin’ Tidbits — The Edwards Generations
Shaft — Gregory James Edition
W.B. 302 — California Gold Notes
Turn It Over — Chucky Thurman
Mother’s Son — Curtis Mayfield
Move On Up — Curtis Mayfield
**Note: Anniversary of Curtis Mayfield’s
birthday, June 3, 1942.

May 28, 2016 (Program No. 941)
Ball Of Confusion — The Temptations
Ice Cream Cakes — Jeff Beck Group
Creeping Away — Swamp Dog
Mr. Tuff Stuff — Toby King
Memphis Underground — Herbie Mann
Serene Funk — Ramsey Lewis
Feelin’ Blue — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Devil’s Eyes — Greyhounds
What’cha Say — The Meters
The Blackbyrds’ Theme — Blackbyrds
Black & Blue Rainbow — Sons Of Champlin
Knock Yourself Out — Tower Of Power
Look A Here — Ramsey Lewis Trio
Ninety-Nine & A Half (Won’t Do) — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Cosmic Funk — Lonnie Liston Smith
Slippin’ Into Darkness — Ramsey Lewis Trio
Long As I Can See The Light — Creedence Clearwater Revival
Something you Got — Ramsey Lewis Trio
Fairchild — Willie West
Get Down With The Get Down — Melvin Sparks
Tragic Magic — Traffic
Hunk o Funk — Jack McDuff
Golden Ribbons — Loggins & Messina
**Notes: Ramsey Lewis turned 81 on May 27
and John Fogerty turned 71 on May 28.

May 21, 2016 (Program 940)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
We The People — Allen Toussaint
We The People — The Staple Singers
Luv N’ Haight — Sly & The Family Stone
Power To Love — Jimi Hendrix
More Than I Can Stand — Bobby Womack
Gold Walk — The Presidents
M.S. — Merl Saunders
It Ain’t No Use — The Meters
T.B. Sheets — Van Morrison
Short’s Stuff — Harvey Mandel
Ignant — Melvin Lastie, Harold Battiste & Cornell Dupree
Solar Heat — Cal Tjader
Comin’ At Ya Baby — Johnny Otis Show
Johnny’s No Good — Joe Bataan
Mr. Big H — Joe Houston
Distorsionado — Gregorio Segura
Get It Right Or Leave It Alone — Dan Bratley
Also Sprauch Zarathustra — Deodato
Happiness Is Just Around The Bend — Brian Auger/The Oblivion Express
Don’t Get Funky — Gloria Walker
Soul Train — Little Royal
Spirit on The Dark — Aretha Franklin

May 14, 2016 (Program No. 939)
Ball Of Confusion — The Temptations
Shaft — Kashmere Stage Band
Beak It Loose — Onyx
Spanish Moon — Little Feat
Deserted Cities Of The Heart — Cream
Hip Pockets — Billy Cobham/George Duke
Sunshine Day — Osibisa
Country Ghetto — Mofro
Keep On Truckin’ — Eddie Kendricks
The Trip — Eugene Blackwell
Super Funk — Vern Blair Debate
Never Tell Your Mother She’s Out of Tune — Jack Bruce
Red Baron (Revised) — Billy Cobham
Keep It Down — Mick Taylor & Jack Bruce
I Can’t Hear You — Dreams
Bless My Soul — Tom Scott & The LA Express
Don’t — Blo
Hey Big Brother — Rare Earth
The Breakdown Pt. 1 — Rufus Thomas
Sweet P Crawl — The Mar-Keys
Adrien’s Birthday — The Rascals
St. Louis — Greyhounds
Slip The Drummer One — Lunar Funk
**Notes: Anniversary of the birth of Jack Bruce (1943) and
Billy Cobham (May 16, 1944)

April 30, 2016 (Program No. 938)
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Chuck Jackson
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Buster Poindexter
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — The Nighthawks
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — The Heads
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Gregg Allman
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Grateful Dead
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Freddie Scott
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Genya Ravan
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Flying Horse
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Hank Ballard
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Buddy Guy
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Steve Marriott
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Gregory Isaacs
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Sweet Stavin Chain
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — The Keys
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Al Green
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
Lonely Moon Child — Dennis Coffee & Detroit Guitar Band
E-Man Boogie — Jimmy Castor Bunch
Junk — The Fantoms
Detroit — Paul Humphrey
What Time It Is — General Crook
It’s So Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
**Note: 18 versions of Bert Burns’ “Are You
Lonely For Me Baby”

April 23, 2016 (Program 937)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Hihache — Lafayette Afro Rock Band
Compared To What — Mushroom
Mt. Healthy Blues — Lonnie Mack
I’ll Play The Blues For You — Albert King
Coming Home Baby — Vesa Matti Loiri
Hey Pocky A-Way — Idris Muhammad
Oreo Cookie Blues — Lonnie Mack & Stevie Ray Vaughn
Personal Manager — Albert King
Instrumental No. 1 — Prince
Homework — J. Geils Band
Down In The Dumps — Lonnie Mack
Anfang — Czerwone Gitary
House Of Rising Funk — The Chubukos
Set Us Free — Greyhounds
Why — Lonnie Mack
Bay Area Blues — Albert King
Shoe Shine Pt. 1 — The Presidents
Power Struggle — James Polk & The Brothers
Stop — Lonnie Mack
Somewhere Down The Line — Albert Washington
Going Back To Iuka — Albert King
Wham — Lonnie Mack
**Notes: Tribute throughout to Lonnie Mack who passed
away at the age of 74 on April 21; and Albert King who
was born April 25, 1923.

April 16, 2016 (Program No. 936)
You Say It — Al Green (Mabon Hodges)
Shake Your Money-Maker — Butterfield Blues Band (Michael Bloomfield)
Rock Me Baby — Otis Redding (Steve Cropper)
Travelin’ South — Albert Collins
Promenade — King Curtis (Cornell Dupree)
This Wheel’s On Fire — The Byrds (Clarence White)
Ooh Las Vegas — Gram Parsons (James Burton)
Tiger By The Tail — Buck Owens & The Buckeroos (Don Rich)
Tear It Up — Johnny Burnette & The Rock ‘n Roll Trio (Paul Burlison)
Jim Weider Interview
Train Kept A Rollin — Paul Burlison
Jim Weider Interview
Sweet Dreams — Roy Buchanan
Leaving Trunk — Taj Mahal (Jesse Ed Davis)
Don’t Let My Baby Ride — O.V. Wright (Mabon Hodges)
G.E. Smith Interview
Communication Breakdown — Led Zeppelin (Jimmy Page)
G.E. Smith Interview
Empire State Blues — G.E. Smith
How’s Your Sister — Danny Gatton-Tom Principato
Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won’t Do) — Wilson Pickett (Steve Cropper)
Cajun Moon — J.J. Cale
Papa Gene’s Blues — The Monkees (James Burton)
Working Man Blues — Merle Haggard (Roy Nichols)
I’m In Love — Bobby Womack (Reggie Young)
Time is Tight — Booker T & The MGs (Steve Cropper)
**Notes: All music featuring Telecaster players along
with interviews with Jim Weider and G.E. Smith.

April 9, 2016 (Program No. 935)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
I Turn You On — The Latin Breed
Feelin’ Alright — Stuff
Do Your Thing, Parts 1-2 — Zapata
Today I Started Loving You Again — Bobby Bland
Strokin’ Parts 1-2 — Leon Haywood
High Time We Went — Joe Cocker w/ Stuff
Back Out — Reuben Wilson
Breakdown — Parliament
What Is Soul — Funkedelic
Nothing Before Me But Thang — Parliament
Cissy Strut — U.S. Army Band
White Line Fever — Flying Burrito Brothers
Mama Tried — Grateful Dead
Keep It In The Family — Leon Haywood
Orange Peel — Reuben Wilson
How Long Will It Last — Stuff
Baby Reconsider — Leon Haywood
Today I Started Loving You Again — Bettye Swann
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen Group
Hot Sauce — Greyhounds
Mighty Mighty — The Impressions
Funky Smunk — The Brothers Seven
Freedom Road — The Pharaohs
Operation Breadbasket Parts 1-2 — Clarence Paul & The Members
**Notes:
Tributes throughout to the late Merle Haggard and Leon Haywood who passed away this week as well as to Reuben Wilson (81) and Steve Gadd (71) who had birthdays this week. April 10 is the anniversary of the birth of Eddie Hazel in 1950.

April 4, 2016 (Program No. 934)
Echoes — Pink Floyd
Wakin’ On A Pretty Day — Kurt Vile
Amorous — Jupiter Coyote
The Soft Parade — The Doors
Stop — The James Gang
Help On The Way>Slipknot!>Franklin’s Tower — Grateful Dead
**Note: Unscheduled fill-in.

April 2, 2016 (Program No. 933)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Rain — Hanson
Steal Away — Leon Austin
Right On — Marvin Gaye
Prince of Peace — Leon Russell
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen
For What It’s Worth — Staple Singers
Seesaw — Don Covay
People — Graham Central Station
Trouble Man — Marvin Gaye
Out In The Woods — Leon Russell
You Keep Me Hangin’ On — Gov’t Mule
Feelin’ Blue — Lenny Williams
Out Of Sight — The Insight
Are You Satisfied — BS&T
Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry — Leon Russell
Girl I Love You — The Temptones
Funky Way To Treat Somebody — Soul Survivors
Ghetto Woman — Ruth McFadden
Hard Workin’ Man — Pat &The Blenders
Everytime I Look At You — Hall & Oates
Goodbye — The Temptones
**Notes: Marking the anniversary of the births
of Marvin Gaye (1939) and Leon Russell (1942)

March 26, 2016 (Program No. 932)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Mojo Queen — Ike &Tina Turner
We’re Gonna Make It — Little Milton
Ain’t Enough Love — T-Box’s
Friends — Dickie Goodman
Morning After — The Mar-Keys
What The Heck — Lowell Fulson
Last Night — The Mar-Keys
Bad Situation — 5 Spiritual Tones
God Been Very Good To me — Mighty Walker Brothers
Nadine — Steve Kimock & Friends
The Well’s Gone Dry — The Crusaders
Strokin’ Part 2 — Leon Haywood
Aw Shucks — Willie Mitchell
300 Pounds of Hongry — Eddie Hinton
Jesus Will Help Me — Gospel Comforters
God Will Dry My Weeping Eyes — The Horace Family
He Bite Me — The Meters
Rigor Mortis — Steve Kimock & Friends
Night Before — The Mar-Keys
Cauley Flower — The Bo-Keys
One Degree North — The Mar-Keys
Hold It — The Mar-Keys
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen
Trick Bag — Sunny & The Sunliners
Get To Gittin’ — Big Walter
Sophisticated Funk — John Roberts
Chick Fat Promo — Mel Brown
Jerk Baby Jerk — Smokey & The Fabulous Blades
Chocolate Cherry — Joe Tex Band
Souling — Willie & The Mighty Magnificents
The Messiah Will Come Again — Roy Buchanan
**Note:
Tribute throughout to former Mar-Keys drummer
Terry Johnson who died recently at 72.

March 19, 2016 (Program No. 931)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
99 Shades of Crazy — Mofro
Cissy Strut — Jeff Beck/Todd Rundgren
Breakdown — Parliament
Sliced Tomatoes — The Just Brothers
The Ghetto — La Clave
Hide & Seek — Mofro
Soul Finger — Oscar Hamod & The Magestics
Goodbye Baby — Van Morrison
Friday’s Child — Zero
You’re The One — Steve Kimock & Friends
I Want You (She’s So Heavy) — Zero
Country Ghetto — Mofro
It’s So Good to Be Alive — Greyhounds
Six Ways From Sunday — Mofro
Orange Blossoms — Mofro
The Devil You know — Mofro
Write A Letter — Mofro

March 12, 2016 (Program No. 930)
Can’t Sit Down — Zero
Straight Jackets — Zero
Bobby Vega Interview
City of Tiny Lights — KVHW
Helicopters & Small Planes — Bobby Vega
Ponk — Bobby Vega
I Get High On You — Sly Stone
Who Knows — Zero
Steve Kimock Interview
Twelve Is Good — Steve Kimock
Golden Road — Zero
Get Out Of My Life Woman — Steve Kimock & Friends
Big Sky — Steve Kimock
Tongue n’ Groove — Steve Kimock
Jorma Kaukonen Interview
The Eleven — Phil & Friends
Ritchie’s Rooster — Zero
Anorexia>Lovelight>Anorexia — Zero
Tangled Hangers — Zero
**Notes: Guitarist Steve Kimock and bassist Bobby Vega
interviewed.

March 11, 2016 (Program No. 929)
Baby I Love You — Zero
Severe Tire Damage — Zero
We’ve Got To Get Out Of This Place — Zero
Tear Tags Off Of Mattresses — Zero
Golden Road — Zero
Express Yourself — KVHW
Cissy Strut — KVHW
City Of Tiny Lights — KVHW
Ritchie’s Rooster — Zero
Home On The Range — Zero
Use Me — Zero

March 5, 2016 (Program 928)
Embryonic Journey — Hot Tuna
Jorma Kaukonen Interview
The Eleven — Phil & Friends
Mickey Hart & Phil Lesh Induct Airplane to Hall of Fame
She Has Funny Cars — Jefferson Airplane
Jorma Kaukonen Interview
Martha — Hot Tuna & Paul Kantner
Jorma Kaukonen Interview
The Other Side of This Life — Hot Tuna & Paul Kantner
That’s The Bag I’m In — Hot Tuna & Jefferson Airplane
Jorma Kaukonen Interview
Chauffer Blues — Jefferson Airplane
Jorma Kaukonen Interview
Killing Time in the Crystal City — Hot Tuna & Paul Kantner
Crusin’ For A Love — J. Geils Band
Walking In the Park — Colosseum
Bunty’s Blues — Colosseum
Try Me — Dreams
Fat Man — TV & The Tribesmen
Tingling — Eddy Giles
Sufferin’ City — Johnny Copeland
She’s Got Soul — Bill Locke
Rain — Hanson
Iceman — Albert Collins
Boston Monkey — The Hustlers
Hit Single #1 — Hot Tuna

Feb. 27, 2016 (Program 927)
No Hard Feeling — Lowell Fulson
Windy City Theme — Windy City Orchestra
Good Humor Man — Clifford Curry
Cat Dance — The In Crowd
Jet Set — Mel Williams
Shakey Ground — The Temptations
Stone Fox — The Pac-Keys
Out of Control — L.H. & The Memphis Sound
September 13 — Deodato
Slippin’ Into Darkness — Ramsey Lewis
That’s What Love Will Make You Do — Melvin Seals & JGB
Hot Sauce — Greyhounds

Feb. 20, 2016 (Program No. 926)
No Trouble On The Mountain — Richard Groove Holmes
Them Changes — Dave Pike Set
Sweet Sister Funk — Ramon Morris
Hold On, I’m Comin’ — Reuben Wilson
Out on the Coast — Larry Willis
Alexander’s Ragtime Band — Wynder K. Frog
Freedom & Good Times — O’Donel Levy
Message To Society — Wally Coco
Tiki — Jimmy McGriff
It’s Alright — Greyhounds

Feb. 13, 2016 (Program No. 925)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Do The Dirt — The Meters
Feel Like Dynamite — King Floyd
Supermarket Blues — Gene McDaniels
For What It’s Worth — Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66
Got To Get Back (To My Baby) — The Bo-Keys
Cosmic Mirror — Paul Pena
Turn Loose — Mofro
It Ain’t You — Trube, Farrell & Snizz
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Amazing — Greyhounds
Walls — Greyhounds
It’s Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
Set Us Free — Greyhounds
Dr. Feelgood — Aretha Franklin
Instant Groove — King Curtis
What Is This — Bobby Womack
Super Good — Dynamite Singletary
Save Me — James Knight & The Butlers
Bad Woman — Frankie & The Damons
Super Cool — Carrie Riley & The Fascinations
Let’s Go (It’s Summertime) — James Reese & The Progressions
It’s Gonna Be A Mess Pt. II — The Mighty Dogcatchers
Funky Mind — Donnie Brown
Devil’s Eyes — Greyhounds
**Note: Interview with Anthony Farrell and Andrew
Trube from Greyhounds.

Feb. 6, 2016 (Program 924)
Batuka > No One To Depend On — Santana
Lazy Lightning>Supplication — Grateful Dead
Knock Yourself Out — Tower of Power
No Mo’ — Sons of Champlin
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry — Stoneground
Lonesome LA Cowboy — NRPS
Jump Back — Kingfish
Meet Me In The Morning — Merl Saunders
The Hat — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Corners Without Exits — Hot Tuna
Let Me In — Jefferson Airplane
Chauffer Blues — Jefferson Airplane
Watch Her Ride — Jefferson Airplane
D.C.B.A.-25 — Jefferson Airplane
Ballad of you And Me And Pooneil — Jefferson Airplane
The Other Side Of This Life — Hot Tuna & Paul Kantner
That’s The Bag I’m In — Hot Tuna & Paul Kantner
Sketches of China — Kantner, Slick & Freiberg
War Movie — Jefferson Airplane
The Baby Tree — Paul Kantner
We Can Be Together/Volunteers — Jefferson Airplane
Hijack — Paul Kantner
Mountain Song — PERRO
Have You Seen The Saucers — Jefferson Airplane
Ride The Tiger — Jefferson Starship
Freedom At Point Zero — Jefferson Starship
The Other Side of This Life — Jefferson Airplane
You Mind Has Left Your Body — Kantner, Slick & Freiberg
Wooden Ships — Hot Tuna, Paul Kantner & Grace Slick
Wooden Ships — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Kantner
Have You Seen The Stars Tonight > XM > Starship — Paul Kantner
Twilight Double Leader — Jefferson Airplane
Stairway To Cleveland — Jefferson Starship
When The Earth Moves Again — Jefferson Airplane
In Time — Jefferson Airplane
St. Charles — Jefferson Starship
Martha — Jefferson Airplane
Won’t you Try/Saturday Afternoon — Jefferson Airplane
Go To Her — Jefferson Airplane
Bringing Me Down — Jefferson Airplane
Young Girl Sunday Blues — Jefferson Airplane
Today — Jefferson Airplane
Running Around This World — Jefferson Airplane
Volunteers — Jefferson Airplane
Notes: Tribute to Paul Kantner and Signe Toly Anderson who each
passed away at the age of 74 on Jan. 28.

Feb. 6, 2016 (Program 923)
Ball Of Confusion — The Temptations
Hot Sauce — Greyhounds
Bullseye — The Martinis
Hold On, Hold Out — George Jackson
Big Bird — Cropper, King & Staples
Soul Dressing — Booker T & The MGs
Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy — Booker T & The MGs
Behave Yourself — Booker T & The MGs
Over Easy — Booker T & The MGs
Fannie Mae — Booker T & The MGs
Melting Pot — Booker T & The MGs
Soul Sanction — Booker T &The MGs

Jan. 30,  2016 (Program 922)
Jemima Surrender — Howard Tate
Don’t Do it — The Band
Life Is A Carnival — Allen Toussaint
The Weight — Aretha Franklin
Chest Fever — Widespread Panic
King Harvest (Has Surly Come) — The Band
Forbidden Fruit — The Band
Jim Weider Interview
Chest Fever — The Band
Rag Mama Rag — The Weight
Tears of Rage — The Weight
The Weight — Diana Ross & The Temptations
Jim Weider Interview
When I Paint My Masterpiece — The Band
Strawberry Wine — Jesse Ed Davis
Jim Weider Interview
Life Is A Carnival — The Band
Jim Weider Interview
The Weight — The Weight
Look Out Cleveland — Jackie Greene
The Shape I’m In — The Pointer Sisters
Caledonia Mission — The Band
It Makes No Difference — Solomon Burke
Across The Great Divide — The Band
Down in The Flood — The Band & Bob Dylan
Endless Highway — The Band

Jan. 23, 2015 (Program No. 921)
Cold Rain & Snow — Grateful Dead
Earschplittenloudenboomer — Steppenwolf
Journey Of The Sorcerer — The Eagles
Hypnotize — Kingfish
Bare Trees — Fleetwood Mac
Jerkin’ Crocus — Mott The Hoople
The Moon Upstairs — Mott The Hoople
Hymn For The Dudes — Mott The Hoople
One Of The Boys — Mott The Hoople
Half Moon Bay — Mott The Hoople
I’m A Caddillac/El Camino Dolo Roso — Mott The Hoople
Ballad of Mott The Hoople — Mott The Hoople
Note: Tribute to Dale Griffen who passed
away on Jan. 17 at the age of 67.

Jan. 23, 2015 (Program No. 920)
Good Times — Sam Cooke
Someday We’ll Be Together — Diana Ross & The Supremes
I Don’t Need No Doctor — Ray Charles
The Happening — Diana Ross & The Supremes
Windmills Of Your Mind — Abbey Lincoln
Ain’t Nobody’s Business — Rhonda Ross
The Weight – Diana Ross & The Temptations
Drown In My Own Tears — Ray Charles
Little Red Rooster — Sam Cooke
Back In My Arms Again — Diana Ross & The Supremes
Shake — Sam Cooke
Mess Around — Ray Charles
You Better Know It — Jackie Wilson
I Feel Like Singing — Robyn LaJoya Charles
Somewhere Over The Rainbow — Ray Charles
Busted — Ray Charles
Ain’t Nobody’s Business — Sam Cooke
Forgive Me — Carla Cooke
A Change Is Gonna Come — Sam Cooke
Note: Interviews with Robyn LaJoya Charles,
Carla Cooke and Rhonda Ross.</b>

Jan. 16, 2016 (Program No. 919)
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
Boss City — Kashmere Stage Band
Golden Years (Instrumental) — David Bowie
Foot Pattin’ — King Curtis
House For Sale — The Muscle Shoals Swampers
LA Resurrection — Buddy Miles
White Light/White Heat — David Bowie
Number 9 — Allen Toussaint
Break It Loose — Onyx
TVC 15 — David Bowie
Fashion — David Bowie
Bubble Gum — The 9th Creation
Mercy D — Sam & The Soul Machine
Chains And Things — BB King
Give Up The Funk — The Pleasure Seekers
Sookie Sookie — Don Covay & The Lemon Jefferson Blues Band
Right On — Clarence Wheeler & The Enforcers
Keep On Dancing — The Commodores
The Force — Lettuce
Watch That Man — David Bowie
Cat People — David Bowie
Rock Steady (Alternate version) — Aretha Franklin
Where Have All The Good Times Gone — David Bowie
Won’t Nobody Listen — Black Haze Express
Eight Days On The Road — Howard Tate
Wah Wah Man — Young-Holt Unlimited
Teasing — Cornell Dupree
Heroes — David Bowie & Queen w/ Mick Ronson
Note: Tribute to David Bowie who passed away
Jan. 10 at age 69.

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