Sunday, July 31, 2011

B.W.'s PLAYLIST/ KHSU, 90.5/ SAT., 30 JULY 2011

The tough soul singer Garnet Mimms, whose original killer 1964 single, "As Long As I Have You," was covered a number of years back by The Detroit Cobras. The song was written and arranged by the late Jerry Ragovoy.

Pyar Ki Ik Naee/ NISAR BAZMI (’11 collection, Pakistan: Folk & Pop Instrumentals: 1966-1976)

Glow Go the Bones/ BOSCO DELREY (’11, Everybody Wah)*

Inner Meet Me/ THE BETA BAND (’98, The Three EP’s)

Where It’s At/ BECK (’96, Odelay)

So What’cha Want/ THE BEASTIE BOYS (’92, Check Your Head)

Psychedelic Woman (Bonobo Mix)/ HONNY & THE BEES ('70s, ’03 collection, Ghana Soundz Vol. 1: Afrobeat Funk & Fusion in 1970s)

How Long/ CHARLES BRADLEY (w/ MENAHAN STREET BAND) (’11, No Time For Dreaming)*

I Bet You/ DENNIS COFFEY (w/ MICK COLLINS & RACHEL NAGY) (’11, self titled)*

As Long As I Have You/ GARNET MIMMS (’64)

Johnson’s Blues/ 20 MILES (’98, I’m a Lucky Guy)

When He Comes/ HOLLY GOLIGHTLY & THE BROKEOFFS (’09, Medicine County)

Johnny’s Walkin’ Blues/ JOHNNY SHINES (’66, ’03 collection, Skulls & Crossbones Blues)

Shake Your Moneymaker/ ELMORE JAMES (’61, ’93 collection, The Fire/Fury Records Story)

River Rock Bottom/ POKEY LaFARGE AND THE SOUTH CITY THREE (’11, Middle of Everywhere)*

Love Lies Bleeding/ PETE MOLINARI (’06, Walking Off the Map)

Sixteen Tons/ TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD (’55)

Never No More Blues/ THE BLASTERS (’81, self titled)

Run Boy Run/ LEE HAZELWOOD (’68, Trouble is a Lonesome Town)

My Friend/ BILL CALLAHAN (’09, Sometimes I Wish I Were an Eagle)

Season’s Trees/ DANGER MOUSE & DANIELE LUPPI (feat. Norah Jones) (’11, Rome)*

My Baby Tonight/ THE PARTING GIFTS (’10, Strychnine Dandelion)

Dressy/ REIGNING SOUND (’02, Time Bomb High School)

Death of a Clown/ THE KINKS (’67, Something Else)

After the Rain/ LITTLE DRAGON (’07, self titled)

You Yes You/ tUnE-yArDs (’11, whokill)*

69 Annee Erotique/ SERGE GAINSBOURG (w/ JANE BIRKIN) (’69)

Secondary Modern/ ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS (’80, Get Happy!!)

Picture of a Bird/ FRUIT BATS ('11, Tripper)*

*new or recent release

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