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In hour 1, we'll open with a nod to Sam Cooke, be swept away by a panoply of dance crazes, and hear yet another installment in our completist's collection of Leon Thomas' "The Creator Has a Master Plan," this time featuring a collaboration between a French jazz pianist and a group of musicians from Madagascar. In hour 2, we'll spin more funk, soul, and jazz, break for a set hosted by late, great WERU DJ Charlie Oldham, and take another sonic stroll to New Orleans.
Nightfly 2013.46 Playlist
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night"
Theola Kilgore "(Chain Gang) The Sound of My Man"
King Curtis "Let's Do the Hully Gully Twist"
The Olympics "The Slop"
Chet 'Poison' Ivey "The Slop"
Los Sospechos "Jano's Revenge"
Gary U.S. Bonds "Dr. Highblood"
Mahalia Jackson "Elijah Rock"
Dorothy Ashby "Rascality"
Nina Simone "To Be Young, Gifted, and Black"
Joe Bataan "Young Gifted and Brown"
Mickey & The Soul Generation "Get Down Brother"
Billy Paul "Let the Dollar Circulate"
Jef Gilson et Malagasy "The Creator Has a Master Plan"
Erma Franklin "Love is Blind"
Sam Cooke "Let's Go Steady Again"
Al TNT Braggs "A Little Bit Closer"
Rufus Thomas "Rockin' Chair"
Detroit "Is it You or Is It Me"
Doug Sahm "Glad For Your Sake"
James Brown "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag"
Jackie Opel "You Send Me"
King Curtis "Jaywalk"
Sugarcane Harris & His Violin "They Say You Never Can Miss"
Lee Fields "You Made a New Man Out of Me"
John Coltrane "Resolution"
Monk Higgins "Up on the Hill"
George Lewis and His New Orleans Music "Yacka Hula Hickey Dula"
Wild Tchoupitoulas "Meet De Boys on De Battlefront"
Irma Thomas "Save a Little Bit For Me"