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In hour 1, we serve up fresh funk from Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, hear a most unusual Neil Young cover...soul style, and wrap up with a quietly beautiful take on a civil rights anthem. In hour 2, we hear from "Fifth Beatle," hear Babatunde Lea's beautiful take on Leon Thomas' "The Creator Has a Master Plan," and break for a set hosted by the late great WERU dj Charlie Oldham.
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night"
Joe Tex "Hand Shakin' Hand Shakin', Love Makin', Girl Talkin', Son-of-a-Gun from Next Door"
JC Davis "Buttered Popcorn"
Patrinell Staten "I Let A Good Man Go"
Ella Fitzgerald "My Funny Valentine"
Sharon Jones And The Dap-Kings "Get Up and Get Out"
The Soul Survivors "Expressway to Your Heart"
Pharrell Williams "Happy (Gru's Theme from Despicable Me 2)"
Ramon Morris "Sweet Sister Funk"
The Isley Brothers "Shake It With Me Baby"
Charles Bradley (feat. Menahan Street Band); "Heart of Gold"
Mickey & The Soul Generation "Chocolate"
Geraldo Pino "Let Them Talk"
Mahalia Jackson "Come On Children, Let's Sing"
Charlie Haden & Hank Jones "We Shall Overcome"
Aretha Franklin "Once in a While (A.K.A. Please Answer Me)"
Billy Preston "Billy's Bag"
Bo Diddley "Back Home"
Little Johnny Taylor & Ted Taylor "Funky Ghetto"
Ike Turner & the Kings of Rhythm "Trouble & Heartaches"
William Patton "Don't Be So Mean"
Brechete & the Big Beats "Egbe Enyo"
Babatunde Lea "The Creator Has a Master Plan"
The Soul Survivors "Please, Please, Please"
The Isley Brothers "My Little Girl"
Maxine Brown "The Secret of Living"
Duke Ellington "Harlem"