Greasy Tracks Playlists 3

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April 21, 2018 (Program No. 1,071)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Leaving Trunk — Johnny Jenkins
Blackmail — Robert Palmer
Am I Grooving You — Freddie Scott
Goodbye — Greyhounds
Where Can You Go? — Cowboy
Tired Of Hangin’ On — Head West
A Joyful Process — Funkedelic
Dance Part 1 — Rolling Stones
Am I Grooving You — The First Barbarians
Go Back Home — Stephen Stills
(I Know) I’m Losing You — Faces
Shine On — Humble Pie
Rain — Hanson
Work That Sucker — The Bo-Keys
Schoolin’ & Foolin’ — Don Julian & The Larks
Foot Pattin’ — King Curtis
Whore House Blues — Go Ahead
Song For Aires — Cactus
Knock Yourself Out — Tower of Power
Heading For Home — Eric Burdon-Jimmy Witherspoon
Off The Ground — The Record Company
Volunteered Slavery/Bern’s Blues — Bernie Worrell

April 14, 2018 (Program  No. 1,070)
54-46 Was My Number — Toots & The Maytals
Have Mercy Judge — Chuck Berry
Jail Guitar Doors — The Clash
Riot In Cell Black No. 9 — The Robins
Locked Up In Jail — John Lee Hooker
Angola Bound — The Neville Brothers
Prison Blues — Jimmy Page
Parchman Farm — John Mayall’s Blues Breakers
Holloway Jail — The Kinks
In Jail In Jacksonville — Root Boy Slim & The Sex Change Band
Early In The Mornin’ — Alan Lomax Field Recording
Mama Tried — Grateful Dead
I Made The Prison Band — Merle Haggard
Columbus Stockade Blues — Max Creek
Folsom Prison Blues — Johnny Cash
Prison Grove — Warren Zevon
21 Days In Jail — Magic Sam
Sing Me Back Home — The Flying Burrito Brothers
He’s In The Jailhouse Now — The Memphis Shieks
Soledad — Jimmy Witherspoon & Eric Burdon w/ War
Work Song — Grant Green
I’m Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail — Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band
Jailhouse Rock — Albert King
Viola Lee Blues — Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers
Inside Looking Out — The Animals
Outlaw Blues — The Great Society
Care Of Cell 44 — The Zombies
Life In Prison — Merle Haggard & The Strangers

April 7, 2018 (Program No. 1,069)
Back Street Woman
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
Emotional Railroad
Windows
Devil’s Heart
Scott Murawski Interview
Emerald Eyes
Werewolves Of London
Hard Love
Love Makes You Lose Your Mind
Rainbow
Big Boat
Just A Rose
**Note: Marking Max Creek’s 47 anniversary

March 31, 2018 (Program No. 1,068)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Head West — Head West
Rocky Love — Greyhounds
Get Your Game Up Tight — Lowell Fulson
Stephen Inglis — Interview
Cassidy — Stephen Inglis
Stephen Inglis — Interview
Bertha — Stephen Inglis
Stephen Inglis — Interview
Ripple — Stephen Inglis
Stephen Inglis — Interview
Scarlet Begonias — Stephen Inglis
Hot Line To Jesus — Rance Allen Group
Got To Get Better In A Little While — Derek & The Dominos
Scott Sharrard Interview
Little Red Rooster — Carla Thomas & Scott Sharrard
Scott Sharrard Interview
Put Your Soul Records On — Scott Sharrard
Scott Sharrard Interview
Endless Road — Scott Sharrard
Swamp Fever — Mel Brown
The Messiah Will Come Again — Roy Buchanan

March 29, 2018 (Program No. 1,067)
Anorexia Is Not For Everyone — Steve Kimock & Friends
Carry On Brother — Eddie Harris & Les McCann
City, Country, City — War
Space Song — Greyhounds
I’ve Been Wrong So Long — Lovelight Orchestra
Makes No Difference — Scott Sharrard
Ripple — Scott Inglis
Take This Winter Out Of My Mind — Full Moon
I Feel So Bad — Gregg Allman
Poppy>She’s Not There>Crossroads>She’s NotThere (Return)>Poppy (Return) — Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush
You’re The One — Steve Kimock & Friends
Soul Dressing — Steve Kimock & Friends

March 24, 2018 (Program No. 1,066)
Come On In — Don Covay
Rock Steady — Aretha Franklin
Let The Good Times Roll — Rufus Thomas
Mad Dog Blues — Don Covay
The Weight — Aretha Franklin
The Dog — Rufus Thomas
Seesaw — Don Covay
Hey Now Hey (The Other Side Of The Sky) — Aretha Franklin
Do The Side Saddle — Rufus Thomas
The Boomerang — Don Convey
Pitiful — Aretha Franklin
Funky Mississippi — Rufus Thomas
Everything I Do Goin’ Be Funky — Don Covay
Dr Feelgood — Aretha Franklin
The Breakdown — Rufus Thomas
Iron Out The Rough Spots — Don Covay
Why I Sing The Blues — Aretha Franklin
Do The Funky Penguin — Rufus Thomas
Sweet Pea (Don’t Love Nobody But Herself) — Don Covay
Respect — Aretha Franklin
Funky Hot Grits — Rufus Thomas
Sookie Sookie — Don Covay
Eleanor Rigby — Aretha Franklin
The World Is Round — Rufus Thomas
Spirit In The Dark — Aretha Franklin
Spirit In The Dark (Reprise) — Aretha Franklin & Ray Charles
Funky Chicken — Rufus Thomas
**Notes: Marking anniversaries of the births of Don Covay (March 24), Aretha Franklin (March 25) and Rufus Thomas (March 26)

March 17, 2017 (Program No. 1,065)
Starting Over — Gregg Allman
Can’t Lose What You Never Had — Gregg Allman
Let This Be A Lesson To Ya — Gregg Allman
Scott Sharrard Interview
I Intend To Take Your Place — Bobby Bland
Catfish Blues — Gregg Allman
I’ve Found A Love — Gregg Allman
Art Edmaiston Interview
Midnight Rider
Demons — Gregg Allman
Marc Quiñones Interview
Blind Bats & Swamp Rats — Gregg Allman
Trouble No More — Gregg Allman & Alabama All-Star Soul Review
Little By Little — Gregg Allman
Chank Middleton Interview
Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing — Gregg Allman
Chank Middleton Interview
Come & Go Blues — Gregg Allman
Give Thanks To Chank — Col. Bruce Hampton & The Quark Alliance
Scott Sharrard Interview
Love Like Kerosene — Gregg Allman
Michael Lehman Interview
I Love The Life I Live– Gregg Allman
Art Edmaiston Interview
Ain’t Wasting Time No More — Gregg Allman
Needle & Damage Done — G. Allman, Warren Haynes & Derek Trucks
Marc Quiñones Interview
Out Of Left Field — Gregg Allman
Melissa — Gregg Allman & Jackson Browne
Scott Sharrard Interview
Tears, Tears, Tears — Gregg Allman
Bad Dream — Gregg Allman
Art Edmaiston Interview
Pack It Up — Gregg Allman Band
Chank Middleton Interview
Can’t Turn You Loose — Gregg Allman & Alabama All-Star Soul Review
Chank Middleton Interview
Win, Lose or Draw — Gregg Allman & Bonnie Bramlett
Are You Lonely For Me Baby — Gregg Allman
Art Edmaiston Interview
Once I Was — Gregg Allman
Marc Quiñones Interview
Whipping Post — Gregg Allman Band
Floating Bridge — Gregg Allman
Sweet Feeling — Gregg Allman
Scott Sharrard Interview
My Only True Friend — Gregg Allman
Michael Lehman Interview
Willin’ — Gregg Allman
All My Friends — Gregg Allman
Queen of Hearts — Gregg Allman

March 10, 2018 (Program No. 1,064)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Kashmere — Kashmere Stage Band
Sookie Sookie — Grant Green
Volunteered Slavery — Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Sister From Texas — Aretha Franklin
Where Can You Go — Cowboy
Bad Penny — Rory Gallagher
Keep It Down — Mick Taylor & Jack Bruce
Love & Happiness — Marc Broussard
After Midnight — Jerry Garcia-Merl Saunders
Po-Jama People — Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
Monkey Wrench — Vinyl
Got To Be Some Changes Made — Larry Davis
Hide & Seek — Mofro
A Real Mother For Ya — Johnny “Guitar” Watson
Let’s Do It Today — The Us
Soul & Sunshine — Harvey & The Phenomenals
A Day in The Life — Chocolate Snow
She’ll Come Running Back — Mel Britt
Gettin’ Down (With Hoss) — Kastle
California Montage — Young-Holt Unlimited
Burning Spear — S.O.U.L.

March 8, 2018 (Program No. 1,063)
In The Court of The Crimson King — King Crimson
Guns, Guns, Guns — The Guess Who
Cold Rain & Snow — Grateful Dead
After The Storm — Stray
Cold, Cold, Cold — Little Feat
Snowblind Friend — Steppenwolf
30 Days In The Hole — Humble Pie
Here Come The Nice — Small Faces
A Girl Named Sandoz — The Animals
Stoned Is — Listening
I’m Waiting For The Man — The Velvet Underground
The Needle & The Spoon — Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sister Morphine — Rolling Stones

March 3, 2018 (Program No. 1,062
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Greasy Two By Four — George Jackson
Let’s Burn Down The Cornfield — Long John Baldry
Open Up The Door To Your Heart — Little Milton
Killing Floor — Albert King
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be — Boogaloo Joe Jones
Broadway Walk — Bobby Womack
I’m In Love — Bobby Womack
All Along The Watchtower — Bobby Womack
Everything’s Gonna Be Alright — Bobby Womack
It’s All Over Now — Bobby Womack
Arkansas State Prison — Bobby Womack
Can You Feel It — Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
Plastic Situation — Ron and Candy
Broasted Or Fried — Willie Bobo & The Bo Gents
Easin’ in — Edwin Starr
Thank U — The R&B Classic Funk Band
Sport — Lightnin’ Rod
Sticky Boom Boom — United Soul Association
I’m Not So Sure — Milton Jackson
**Note: Anniversary of Bobby Womack’s birth on March 4

March 1, 2018 (Program No. 1,061)
Power To Love — Band of Gypsies
Cosmic Mirror — Paul Pena
Savor>Jingo — Santana
Maybe The People Would Be The Times — Love
Shakedown Street — Grateful Dead
Big Sky — The Kinks
The City — Fleetwood Mac
Front Page News — Little Feat
Strawberry Flats — Little Feat
Lonesome Whistle — Little Feat
Illinois Enema Bandit — Frank Zappa
Keep On Going — Frumpy
Obscured By Clouds — Pink Floyd
Heroin — Roky Erickson
Dance On Stilts — Blue Öyster Cult
Bad Side Of The Moon — April Wine
The Heavy Scuffle’s On — Full Moon
Moon Tune — Nick Gravenities
Sacrifice Of The Moon (In Four Parts) — Ultimate Spinach
Mind Flowers — Ultimate Spinach
Prelude — Nothin’ To Hide — Spirit
Walkin’ The Dog — 13 Dreams
Walkin’ The Dog — Grateful Dead
Just A Rose — Max Creek
Isis — Bob Dylan
Inquire With Delight>Lucky Day — Jupiter Coyote
Blackwater — Mofro
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Soul Survivor — Rolling Stones

Feb. 26, 2018 (Program No. 1,060)
Light Up Or Leave Me Alone — Traffic
Heaven Is In Your Mind — Traffic
Stranger To Himself — Traffic
Medicated Good — Traffic
Tragic Magic — Traffic
Moonchild Vulcan — Chris Wood
Shouldn’t Have Took More Than You Gave — Traffic
Low Rider — Jim Capaldi
Had To Cry Today — Eric Clapton-Steve Winwood
Every Mother’s Son — Traffic
Cryin’ To Be Heard — Traffic
Rock n Roll Stew — Traffic
Just A Song — Dave Mason
Feelin’ Good — Traffic
Hidden Treasure — Traffic
Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory — Traffic
World In Changes — Dave Mason

Feb. 24, 2018 (Program No. 1,059)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Things Are Getting Better — Sons of Champlin
The Ghetto — George Benson
Inner City Blues — Reuben Wilson
Inner City Blues — Sarah Vaughan
Inner City Blues — Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
Afrodesia — Lonnie Smith
Reach Out — Lee Moses
Day Tripper — Lee Moses
Day Tripper — Grateful Dead
Keep On Going — Frumpy
Fried Chicken — Rufus Thomas
Do The Side Saddle — Rufus Thomas
Total Destruction To Your Mind — Swamp Dog
Ape Is High — Mandrill
Them Changes — Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood
Over The Edge — Little Feat
Wicked As It Seems — Keith Richards & The X-Pensive Winos
The Laws Must Change — John Mayall
The City — Mark-Almond
North Carolina — Les McCann
Deliverance — Steve Miller Band
Still Raining, Still Dreaming — Jimi Hendrix Experience
It Takes Time — Nick Gravenities
Ukiah>The Captain and Me — Doobie Brothers

Feb. 17, 2018 (Program No. 1,058)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
I’m A Midnight Mover — Bobby Womack
Watch Your Step — Cold Blood
Searching For Soul — James Wade & The Soul Searchers
Advice — Sly & The Family Stone
Young & Holtful — Young-Holt Unlimited
Why Am I Treated So Bad — Ramsey Lewis Trio
Through It All There’s You — Robert Palmer
Shifting Gears — Johnny Hammond
Tight Times — Jimmy McGriff
The Bump — George Freeman
Memphis Underground — Herbie Mann
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry — Merl Saunders-Jerry Garcia
Sweet Little Angel — Etta James, Albert Collins, etc
Serenade To A Cuckoo — Rahsaan Roland Kirk
This Is Your Brain On Drums — Zero
No Other Woman — Greyhounds
So Good To Be Alive — Greyhounds
All American Alien Boy — Ian Hunter
I Had A Dream — Albert King
Thinking Black — Ike Turner
Okey Dokey — Incredible Bongo Band
Conjunction Mars — Hank Crawford

Feb. 15, 2018 (Program No. 1,057)
Spirit In The Dark — Herbie Mann
Bumpin’ On Sunset — Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
Really — Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
Emotional Railroad — Max Creek
Your Mind & We Belong Together — Love
Bad Night At The Whiskey — The Byrds
Alcatraz — Leon Russell
Brighter Days — Mofro
Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking — Bob Dylan
Atlantis — Donovan
Effigy — Uncle Tupelo
Shadow Over Sisterland — John Trudell
From Here To There Eventually — Steppenwolf
TB Sheets — Van Morrison
California — Flash & The Pan
Cold, Cold, Cold — Little Feat
Cold, Cold, Cold — Bonnie Raitt & Little Feat
Sweet Angeline — Mott The Hoople
Terrapin Station — Grateful Dead
New Minglewood Blues — Kingfish
Corners Without Exits — Hot Tuna
Looking For You — Stoneground
Dark Eyed Woman — Spirit
Cal. State Correctional Facility Blues — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Amorous — Jupiter Coyote
Overend Watts — Mambo Sons
Tom Guerra Interview
The Early Train — Mambo Sons
Catch A Train — Free
Somebody — J. Geils Band
Stink Foot — Frank Zappa
What Goes On — Velvet Underground
Again — Neats
Move — Plan 9
You’ll Never Do It Baby — Lyres
The Longest Day — Del Fuegos
Wide, Wide River — The Fugs
Soul Navigator — Greyhounds
Stink Pot — Soul Hat
Bullet With My Name On It — Dream Syndicate
Fuckin’ Up — Neil Young & Crazy Horse
When You Dance I Can Really Love — Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Powderfinger — Neil Young & Crazy Horse
The Revenge of Vera Gemini — Blue Öyster Cult
Summer Sun — Max Creek

Feb. 10, 2018 (Program No. 1,056)
Soul Walkin’ — Reggie Smith
Sometimes — Lovelight Orchestra
Knock On Wood — King Curtis
Don’t Let It Get You Down — The Crusaders
Seven and 7 — The Bo-Keys
Think About It — King Floyd
Remedy — The Weight Band
Wet Funk — King Curtis
Adrian’s Birthday — The Rascals
Life Is Funky — Round Robin Monopoly
Heat Of The Moment — The Weight Band
To Kingdom Come — The Band
The Weight — King Curtis
Lonesome and High — Lovelight Orchestra
Mojo Mama — Don Varner
Deal — The Weight Band
Dr. Feelgood — Aretha Franklin
You’re The One — King Curtis
You’re The One — Steve Kimock
Love and Happiness — Lovelight Orchestra
Promenade — King Curtis
Kill A Brick (About My Man) — Hot Sauce
Them Changes — King Curtis
A Man Never Knows — Chris & Shack
Funky Hot Grits — Rufus Thomas
Soul Serenade — King Curtis
Heard It Through The Grapevine — King Curtis
**Notes: Marking anniversary of King Curtis’ birth on Feb. 7.

Feb. 8, 2018 (Program No. 1,055)
Feel Like A Stranger — Grateful Dead
I Need A Miracle — Grateful Dead & Lowell George
Lazy Lightning>Supplication — Dark Star Orchestra
Black-Throated Wind — Grateful Dead
Cassidy — Grateful Dead
Blow Away — Grateful Dead
Wrong Way Feelin’ — Bob Weir Band
Throwing Stones — Grateful Dead
Walk In The Sunshine — Bob Weir
Lost Sailor>Saint of Circumstance — Grateful Dead
Let It Grow — Grateful Dead
Picasso Moon — Grateful Dead
Hell In A Bucket — Grateful Dead
**Note: Tribute to John Perry Barlow who passed away at the age of 70 on Feb. 7.

Feb. 8, 2018 (Program No. 1,054)
Echoes — Pink Floyd
Help On The Way>Slipknot!>Franklin’s Tower — Grateful Dead
Mother of Pearl — Wishbone Ash
Looking In — Savoy Brown
Greg’s Song — Humble Pie
How Do You Think It Feels — Lou Reed
Throwing Stones — Grateful Dead
The Music Never Stopped — Grateful Dead
**Note: John Perry Barlow passed away at the age of 70 on this date.

Feb. 3, 2018 (Program No. 1,053)
Cloud Nine — The Temptations
Shakey Ground — The Temptations
Uptight — The Temptations & The Supremes
I Can’t Get Next To You — The Temptations
Papa Was A Rolling Stone — The Temptations
Psychedelic Shack — The Temptations
Law Of The Land — The Temptations
That’s The Way Love Is — The Temptations
You Make Your Own Heaven & Hell Right Here On Earth — The Temptations
Ball of Confusion — The Temptations
I Gotta Find A Way — The Temptations
Runaway Child, Running Wild — The Temptations
**Note: Tribute to Dennis Edwards who passed away at the age of 74 on Feb. 2.

Feb. 1, 2018 (Program No. 1,052)
Don’t Do It — The Band
Shootout In Chinatown — The Band
Fire In The Hole — The Weight Band
Jim Weider Interview
Common Man — The Weight Band
Jim Weider Interview
Deal — The Weight Band
Jemima Surrender — The Band
Heat Of The Moment — The Weight Band
Brian Mitchell Interview
To Kingdom Come –The Band
Big Leg Sadie — The Weight Band
Brian Mitchell Interview
Ain’t Got No Home — The Band
Day of the Locusts — The Weight Band
Brian Mitchell Interview
You’re Never Too Old (To Rock ‘N Roll) — The Weight Band
King Harvest (Has Surely Come — The Band
Every Step Of The Way — The Weight Band
Jim Weider Interview
World Gone Mad — The Weight Band
I Wish You Were Here Tonight — The Weight Band
Remedy — The Weight Band
**Note: National debut of The Weight Band’s new album, World Gone Mad.

Jan. 27, 2018 (Program No. 1,051)
Hate To See You Go — The Butterfield Blues Band
All These Blues — The Butterfield Blues Band
No Amount of Loving — The Butterfield Blues Band
James Montgomery Interview
Mellow Down Easy — The Butterfield Blues Band
James Montgomery Interview
Born In Chicago — James Montgomery Blues Band
Morning Blues — The Butterfield Blues Band
Blues With A Feeling — James Montgomery Blues Band
East-West — The Butterfield Blues Band
James Montgomery Interview
Don’t Start Me To Talkin’ — James Cotton
Driftin’ Blues — The Butterfield Blues Band
Mary, Mary — James Montgomery Blues Band
James Montgomery Interview
Droppin’ Out — The Butterfield Blues Band
Nobody’s Fault But Mine — The Butterfield Blues Band
James Montgomery Interview
Walkin’ Blues — The Butterfield Blues Band
Lovin’ Cup — The Butterfield Blues Band
Too Many Drivers — Paul Butterfield’s Better Days
Buried Alive In The Blues — Paul Butterfield’s Better Days
James Montgomery Interview
One More Heartache — James Montgomery Blues Band
I Got A Mind To Give Up Living — James Montgomery Blues Band
Everything Going To Be Alright — The Butterfield Blues Band

Jan. 20, 2018 (Program No. 1,050)
Funky Kingston — Toots & The Maytals
Hip Hug — Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Vendors
Hip-Hug-Her — Booker T & the M.G.s
Goin’ Down — Claudia Lennear
Hihache — Lafayette Afro Rock Band
I Take What I Want — Ann Peebles
Shootout At The Plantation — Leon Russell
Funky Soul Pt. 1-2 — David Batiste
Buried Alive In The Blues — Janis Joplin
Light Is Faster Than Sound — Big Brother & The Holding Company
Mojo Navigator — The Dinosaurs
Black Queen — Grateful Dead & Stephen Stills
Shakedown Street — Grateful Dead
Try — Janis Joplin
Sweet Touch Of Love — Ester Phillips
Can’t Trust Your Neighbor With Your Baby — Ester Phillips
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Hot Sauce — Greyhounds
Earschplittenloudenboomer — Steppenwolf
Foggy Mental Breakdown — Steppenwolf
Trouble Every Day — The Mothers of Invention
Skin It Back — Little Feat
Lookin’ Out the Window — Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble
Gangster of Love — Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs
It’s Alright — Greyhounds
Six Ways From Sunday — Mofro
Reconsider Baby — Freddie King
Combination of the Two — Big Brother & The Holding Co.
In Jail In Jacksonville — Root Boy Slim & The Sex Change Band
Everybody Lives In A Ghetto — Larry Davis
Subway — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Local Color — Quicksilver Messenger Service
Raise Your Hand — Janis Joplin
Back In ’72 — Bob Seger
Batuka/No One To Depend On — Santana
Don’t — Blo
I Rolled It You Hold It — Soul Searchers
Beer Can Alley — Richard Holmes & Ernie Watts
Time Was — Canned Heat
Texas Flyer — Freddie King
Uncle Remus — Frank Zappa
Revelations — Fugi
Lonely Moon Child — Dennis Coffee & Detroit Guitar Band
Spirit — Eric Burdon & War
The Laws Must Change — Jimmy Witherspoon & Eric Burdon
**Notes:
Marking the anniversary of Janis Joplin’s birth on Jan. 19,1943.

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.

For earlier playlists GO HERE or HERE