Greasy Tracks Playlists 3

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Jan. 18, 2018 (Program No. 1,049)
Meet Me In The Morning — Freddie King
Get Out of My Life Woman — Freddie King
Pack It Up — Freddie King
You Was Wrong — Freddie King
Palace Of the King — Freddie King
The Welfare (Turns Its Back On You) — Freddie King
Danger Zone — Freddie King
The Things I Used To Do — Freddie King
Have You Ever Loved A Woman — Freddie King
My Feeling For The Blues — Freddie King
Blue Shadows — Freddie King
Look Over Yonder Wall — Freddie King
Let The Good Tines Roll — Freddie King
TV Mama — Freddie King & Eric Clapton
Whole Lotta Lovin’ — Freddie King
Goin’ Down — Freddie King
Reconsider Baby — Freddie King
Living On The Highway — Freddie King
My Credit Didn’t Go Through — Freddie King
Sweet Thing — Freddie King
Dark Road — Christopher
E.T.I. — Blue Öyster Cult
Stay Away — Fountainhead
Big Sky — Kinks
Flakes — Frank Zappa
Free — Fabulous Rhinestones
Spanish Moon — Little Feat
Too Heavy — West End Blend
Don’t Change Horses — West End Blend
Sam Horan/John Mundy Interview
Still About It — West End Blend
Lift — West End Blend
Sam Horan/John Mundy Interview
Outro — West End Blend
Sam Horan/John Mundy Interview
The Workout — West End Blend
It’s So Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
The Devil You Know — Mofro
Boogie Children– East Bay Rhythm
Minglewood Blues — Kingfish
Murder In My Heart — Lee Michaels
When I’m Kissing My Love — Cold Blood
Sunshine Day — Osibisa
Disbelievin’ — KAK
Albert’s Shuffle — Al Kooper-Michael Bloomfield
Lost Angeles — Colosseum
Sleazy Street — Sopwith Camel
To Kingdom Come — Wool
Stoned Is — Listening
Nine Feet Under Ground — Caravan
**Notes: Includes a 90-minute Freddie King feature and guests drummer Sam Horan and trombonist John Mundy from West End Blend who discuss the band’s latest release, Attitude.

Jan. 13, 2017 (Program 1,048)
Sweet Little Angel>It’s My Own Fault>How Blue Can You Get  — The Hour Glass
Rick Hall Interview
How Big A Fool Can A Fool Be — Solomon Burke
You Left The Water Running — Maurice & Mac
Dirty Man — Laura Lee
She Got The Goldmine (I Got The Shaft) — Jerry Reed
Goin’ Down Slow — Duane Allman
Hold What You’ve Got — Joe Tex
Marc Myers Interview
Funky Broadway — Wilson Pickett
Rick Hall Interview
Land Of A 1,000 Dances — Wilson Pickett
Slip Away — Clarence Carter
David Hood Interview
Take A Letter Maria — R.B. Greaves
I Hope They Get Their Eyes Full — Arthur Alexander
Somebody Have Mercy — Lou Rawls
Floyd Newman Interview
Something You Got — Wilson Pickett
David Hood Interview
I Ain’t Easy To Love — Candi Stanton
Rick Hall Interview
Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me — Mac Davis
Working Man — Otis Rush
Just A Little Bit — Etta James
As Long As I’ve Got You — Laura Lee
I Can’t Let You Break My Heart — Bettye Swann
What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am) — The Tams
Do Right Woman, Do Right Man — Aretha Franklin
Mumble In My Ear — Marcell Strong
The Road of Love — Clarence Carter
Rick Hall Interview
Patches — Clarence Carter
**Notes: Second of a two-part tribute to Rick Hall who passed away at the age of 85 on Jan. 2.

Jan. 11, 2018 (Program No. 1,047)
Don’t Tell Me No Lies — The Golliwogs
Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won’t Do) — CCR
Bonita — Tommy Fogerty & The Blue Velvets
Commotion — CCR
Walk On Water — The Golliwogs
Porterville — CCR
Pagan Baby — CCR
Sinister Purpose — CCR
Long As I Can See The Light — CCR
Fight Fire — The Golliwogs
Change In The Weather — John Fogerty
Penthouse Pauper — CCR
Feelin’ Blue — CCR
Straight & Narrow — Tom Fogerty
Door To Door — CCR
You Better Be Careful — The Golliwogs
Run Through The Jungle — CCR
Born To Move — CCR
It’s Just A Thought — CCR
Effigy — CCR
Ramble Tamble — CCR

Jan. 6, 2018 (Program No. 1,046)
Thread The Needle — Clarence & Calvin
Shotgun Woman — Travis Wammack
Me — Otis Rush
Rick Hall Interview
You Better Move On — Arthur Alexander
Slippin’ Around With You — Art Freeman
Lady In The Rain — Lowell Fulson
Never In Public — Candi Stanton
Rick Hall Interview
Steal Away — Jimmy Hughes
Double Lovin’ — George Jackson
You Put Something On Me — Don Covay & The Good Timers
Marc Myers Interview
I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) — Aretha Franklin
Take Me Back — Brothers Unlimited
Gonna Make You Say Yeah — Terry Woodford
Fortune Teller — The Del-Rays
Don’t You Lose Your Good Thing –The Blues Busters
David Hood Interview
Warm & Tender Love — Percy Sledge
Greenwood, Mississippi — Little Richard
Floyd Newman Interview
The Same Rope — Etta James
I’ve Been Trying — The Hour Glass
Rick Hall Interview
Toehold — Wilson Pickett
What Color Is Love — Rosco Robinson
Hitchhike — James & Bobby Purify
Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) — Lou Johnson
Walk A Mile In My Shoes — Willie Hightower
I Can’t Stop (No, No, No) — Arthur Conley
I Got You Babe — Etta James
Neighbor, Neighbor — Jimmy Hughes
Grits & Gravy — The Fame Gang
Rick Hall Interview
Hey Jude — Wilson Pickett
**Notes: Part one of a two-part, four-hour tribute to Rick Hall who passed away at the age of 85 on Jan. 2.

Jan. 3, 2018 (Program No. 1,045)
Sassy — Floyd Newman
Hey Jude — Wilson Pickett
You Better Move On — Arthur Alexander
I’m Just Living A Lie — Bettye Swann
Reap What You Sow — Otis Rush
Snatching It Back — Clarence Carter
Pressure Cooker — The Inclines
I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) — Aretha Franklin
Games People Play — King Curtis
Otis Sleep On — Arthur Conley
Mongoose — Edwin Birdsong
Proud Mary – Solomon Burke
Funky Way To Treat Somebody — Soul Survivors
Back Road Into Town — Willie Hightower
Don’t Lose Your Good Thing — Etta James
Big City Women — Wayne Cochrane
Soul Fued — The Fame Gang
You Left The Water Running — Otis Redding
The Feeling Is Right — Bobby Hatfield
Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me — Mac Davis
Just Because The Package’s Been Unwrapped — Alder Ray Black
Soul Flow — Paul Kelly
Stand By Your Man — Candi Stanton
Baby What You Want Me To Do — Arthur Conley
People Make The World What It Is — Wilson Pickett
Key to the Highway — Don Covay & the Jefferson Lemon Blues Band
Devil Woman — Clarence Carter
Gambler’s Blues — Otis Rush
Toe Hold — Wilson Pickett
**Notes: All music (minus the opening track) recorded at FAME Studios with Rick Hall producing. Hall passed away on Jan. 2 at the age of 85.

Dec. 30, 2017 (Program No. 1,044)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Dorado — Blue Mitchell
At The Soul-In — Count Yates & Rhythm Crusaders
If You Can Hully Gully — Ike & Tina Turner
Funky Pretty — Beach Boys
Runnin’ Back To Saskatoon — The Guess Who
Albert’s Shuffle — Al Kooper-Michael Bloomfield
Funky Ax — Spaghetti Head
January’s Search — Colosseum
Summer Is Fading — Jim Capaldi
Winter — Rolling Stones
Buried Alive In The Blues — Paul Butterfield
Humpty’s Blues — The Guess Who
Back In The USSR — Chubby Checker
Fluid — Jestofunk
Roadrunner — Bo Diddley
I’m Truckin’ — Spirit
September 13 — Deodato
Journey With The Breeze — Pete Car
Those Show Biz Shoes — The Guess Who
A Hard Way To Go — Savoy Brown
Get Your Game Up — Lowell Fulson
It’s So Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
A Real Mother For Ya — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
I Wonder — Humble Pie
You Better Run Run — Junior Kimbrough
Money Talks — J.J. Cale
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy — Cannonball Adderly
1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) — Jimi Hendrix
Minglewood Blues — Grateful Dead
Loser — Grateful Dead
Truckin’ Off Across The Sky — The Guess Who
Country Ghetto — Mofro
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
You Wear Your Dresses Too Short — Jefferson Airplane
**Note: Burton Cummings turns 70 on Dec. 31.

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