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In hour 1, we visit the South Side of Soulville and Circleville, then we roust Granny from her rocking chair for a set of funky tunes. In hour 2, we'll spin some tunes about love and marriage (in their brighter and darker aspects), check out some jazz from Guinea, and break for a set hosted by late great WERU dj Charlie Oldham.
Nightfly 2013.50 Playlist
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night"
Black On White Affair "Auld Lang Syne"
Booker T. & The MG's; "Soul Limbo"
Genie Brooks "South Side Of Soul Street - Original"
Gary U.S. Bonds "Trying To Get To My Baby"
Mickey & The Soul Generation "Mystery Girl"
Joe Bataan "I'm Satisfied"
Eskew Reeder "10-4 (Calling All Cars)"
JC Davis "Circleville"
Prof. Alex Bradford & the Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir "Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody"
Joe Tex "Grannie Stole the Show"
The Soul Generals "Grandma's Funky Popcorn"
George Jackson "Disco Granny"
Stevie Wonder "Another Star"
Curtis Mayfield "Junkie Chase"
Maxine Brown "Harry Let's Marry"
Geater Davis "Don't Marry a Fool"
Eddie Spencer "If This Is Love (I'd Rather Be Lonely)"
The Falcons with Wilson Pickett "I Found a Love"
David Johansen Group "I Found a Love"
Mitch Ryder & Detroit "I Found a Love"
The Falcons "I Found a Love"
Richie Havens "Headkeeper"
Bembeya Jazz "Sabou"
Lou Bond "To the Establishment"
Cannonball Adderly Sextet "Jive Samba"