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My Oldies Show Subbing for Maps and Legends

Posted by John Coate
John Coate
I am the General Manager of KZYX and the Executive Director of Mendocino County Public Broadcasting. You can ...
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on Thursday, 21 February 2013 in Music - Rock, R&B, Alt, Indie

on feb 1 I subbed for Roberta on Maps and Legends.  I played all classic rock n' roll and R&B.  The response I got was fantastic.  here's the playlist:

 

7:03pm

Johnny Burnette's Rock 'n' Roll Trio “Train Kept A - Rollin'” from The Golden Era of Rock 'n' Roll 1954-1963 (Hip-O Records)

 

7:05pm

The Everly Brothers “WALK RIGHT BACK” from All-Time Original Hits (Rhino)

 

7:07pm

Little Richard “Ready Teddy” from Here's Little Richard [Remastered & Expanded] (Specialty Records 2012)

 

7:09pm

Chuck Berry “Too Much Monkey Business” from Chuck Berry (Real Gone Music)

 

7:12pm

Chuck Berry “Deep Feeling” from Chuck Berry (Real Gone Music)

 

7:15pm

Buddy Holly & The Crickets “You're So Square” from Buddy Holly & the Crickets (Real Gone Music 2010)

 

7:16pm

Elvis Presley “His Latest Flame” composed by D. Pomus, M. SHuman from The Top Ten Hits (RCA)

 

7:18pm

Dionne Warwick “DON'T MAKE ME OVER” from Rhythm & Blues 1963 (Warner Brothers)

 

7:21pm

Bob & Earl “HARLEM SHUFFLE” from This Is Soul Volume 3 (Object Enterprise)

 

7:24pm

Link Wray & His Ray Men “RUMBLE” from Rock N' Roll Guitar Classics (K-Tel International)

 

7:26pm

Lonnie Mack “Memphis” from Rock N' Roll Guitar Classics (K-Tel International)

 

7:29pm

Kim Weston “Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While)” from Every Great Motown Song: The First 25 Years Volyme 1 (Motown)

 

7:32pm

Roy Orbison “Oh, Pretty Woman” from The Super Hits (columbia)

 

7:38pm

Carl Perkins “Boppin' The Blues” from Boppin' the Blues (Capitol EMI 1956)

 

7:41pm

Carl Perkins “Blue Suede Shoes” from Boppin' the Blues (Capitol EMI 1956)

 

7:43pm

The Shangri-Las “Remember (Walkin' In The Sand)” from 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of The Shangri-Las (ISLAND MERCURY 2002)

 

7:46pm

Elvis Presley “A Fool Such As I” composed by D. Pomus, M. SHuman from The Top Ten Hits (RCA)

 

7:48pm

The Everly Brothers “Cathy's Clown” from All Time Original Hits (Rhino)

 

7:50pm

The Bobbettes “Mr Lee” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

7:53pm

The Chiffons “He's So Fine” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

7:55pm

Sam & Dave “Hold On, I'm Comin'” from This Is Soul Volume 3 (Object Enterprise)

 

7:57pm

Chuck Berry “COME ON” from Chuck Berry (Real Gone Music)

 

7:59pm

Chuck Berry “Go Go Go” from Chuck Berry (Real Gone Music)

 

8:04pm

Buddy Holly & The Crickets “Oh Boy!” from Buddy Holly & the Crickets (Real Gone Music 2010)

 

8:06pm

The Marvelettes “Please Mr. Postman” from Every Great Motown Hit: The First 25 Years Volume 1 (Motown)

 

8:08pm

Smokey Robinson & the Miracles “Shop Around” from Every Great Motown Hit: The First 25 Years Volume 1 (Motown)

 

8:11pm

The Everly Bothers “('Til) I Kissed You” from All-Time Original Hits (Rhino)

 

8:13pm

The Exciters “Tell Him” from Rhythm & Blues (Warner Brothers)

 

8:15pm

Sam Cooke “Ain't That Good News” from The Man and His Music (RCA 1986)

 

8:18pm

Wilson Pickett “In The Midnight Hour” from the exciting wilson pickett (Atlantic)

 

8:20pm

Gladys Knight & the Pips “I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE” from Every Great Motown Hit: The First 25 Years Volume 1 (Motown)

 

8:23pm

Mickey & Sylvia “Love IS Strange” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

8:26pm

Del Shannon “RUNAWAY” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

8:29pm

Joey Dee & The Starlighters “Peppermint Twist, Part 1” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

8:31pm

Sam Cooke “Twistin' The Night Away” from The Man and His Music (RCA 1986)

 

8:33pm

Elvis Presley “ALL SHOOK UP” from The Top Ten Hits (RCA)

 

8:35pm

Otis Redding with Carla Thomas “Tramp” from The Very Best of Otis Redding (Rhino 1992)

 

8:38pm

Dick Dale & His Del-Tones “Let's Go Trippin'” from Rock N' Roll Guitar Classica (K-Tel International)

 

8:43pm

Wilson Pickett “634-5789” from the exciting wilson pickett (Atlantic)

 

8:46pm

Inez Foxx “MockingBird” from Rhythm & Blues (Warner Brothers)

 

8:48pm

The Marcels “BLUE MOON” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

8:50pm

Gary "U.S." Bonds “Quarter To Three” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

8:53pm

Gene Chandler “Duke Of Earl” from The Golden Era of Rock'n'Roll (Hip-O Records)

 

8:55pm

Sam Cooke “CUPID” from The Man and His Music (RCA 1986)

 

8:58pm

Chuck Berry “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” from Chuck Berry (Real Gone Music)

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