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Gettin' Down to It (Music)

Sat Feb 13th 2016 5.00pm–7.00pm

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Time zone: central

6:59pm

Mad Lads “Don't Have to Shop Around”
from The Complete Stax/Volt Singles: 1959-1968 (Rhino) —D: Vol. 5#3 - 1965 Answers Shop Around

6:55pm

Alvin Cash & The Registers “Unwind the Twine”
from 45 (Mar-V-Lus 1964) —P: ***GTDI#18. Answer/sequel to Twine Time, the b/s to Boston Monkey.

6:48pm

Anna King “Mama's Got A Bag Of Her Own”
from 45 (end 1965) —Anna answers JB's original.

6:43pm

James Brown “Papa's Got A Brand New Bag (Unedited Version)”
from Soul on Top (King 1970) —Killer version of this classic, recorded 1969 in Hollywood.

6:36pm

Albert King “Answer to the Laundromat Blues”
from The Best of Albert King (Remastered) (stax 2006) —Org. Released 1972 on I'll Play the Blues for You. Albert answers his own song.

6:33pm

Albert King “Laundromat blues”
from King of the Blues Guitar (Atlantic unk 1969) —Albert answers his own...here's the original from 1966

6:28pm

Sugar Pie DeSanto “Slip In Mules (Live)”
from American Folk Blues 64 (L+R) —Answers Hi Heel Sneakers

6:25pm

Tommy Tucker “Hi Heel Sneakers”
from The Chess Blues-Rock Song Book (Chess) —1963.

6:17pm

Betty Wright “Clean Up Woman (Single Version).”
from The Very Best of Betty Wright (Rhino 2000) —BBQ Soul, 1971, Written by Clarence Reid

6:12pm

Carla Thomas “I'll Bring It Home to You”
from Stax/Volt - The Complete Singles 1959-1968 - Volume 2 (Rhino Atlantic 2007) —1962 - Answers Sam Cooke's Bring It On Home To Me

6:08pm

Nina Simone “Come On Back, Jack”
from 45 (Colpix 1961) —Bizarre answer song to Hit the Road Jack from the High Priestess of Soul!

6:05pm

The Chantels “Well, I Told You”
from Back to 60's (50 Greatest Girl Group Songs) (Blackbird) —Answer song to Hit the Road Jack, 1961

6:03pm

Ray Charles “Hit the road Jack”
from Genius & Soul: The 50th Anniversary Collection (Rhino 1997) —1961

5:53pm

The Mar-Keys “Morning After (Single)”
from 45 (stax 1961) —1961. The answer/sequel to Last Night.

5:50pm

The Mar-Keys “Last Night (Live)”
from Back to Back (Atlantic unk) —1967 Live Version of the 1961 smash hit

5:44pm

LaVern Baker “Hey Memphis”
from 45 (Atlantic unk 1961) —Answer to Elvis' Little Sister

5:41pm

The Fantastic Epics “We Do It All Up In Here (Loosen Up)”
from Groove & Grind: Rare Soul (Rockbeat 2015) —Answer/sequel to Tighten Up.

5:38pm

Bobby King “Thanks, Mr. Postman”
from 45 disc (Federal 1962) —Answer to Please Mr. Postman by the Marvellettes

5:36pm

Clarence Carter “You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure”
from 45 Single (Atlantic unk 1969) —Scratchy 45 Alert. Answer's Johnie Taylor's Who's Making Love (or at least calls it out)

5:27pm

Tyrone Davis “Love Bones”
from Turn Back The Hands Of Time Single (Brunswick 1970) —Calls out 634-5789 Wilson Pickett, James Brown, Johnnie Taylor

5:24pm

Joe Tex “S.Y.S.L.J.F.M. (The Letter Song)”
from The Very Best of Joe Tex (Rhino 1996) —1966. Save Your Sweet Love Just For Me - The answer to Pickett's 634-5789. It's worth mentioning that Joe was replaced by Wilson in the Soul Clan (Solomon Burke, Don Covay, Ben E. King and Arthur Conley).

5:21pm

Wilson Pickett “634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)”
from The Exciting Wilson Pickett (Atlantic unk 1966) —The start of a string of answer songs

5:16pm

Linda Hayes “Yes! I Know”
from 45 (Recorded in Hollywood 1953) —Answers Willie Mabon.

5:13pm

Willie Mabon “i don't know”
from Chess Blues Piano Greats (Chess) —Disk1#3 from 1952.

5:09pm

Roy Brown “Mr. Hound Dog's in Town”
from 45 (Jukebox Jam Series 1953) —Org. released on King in 1953, another answer to Hound Dog.

5:06pm

Rufus Thomas “Bear Cat (Answer to Hound Dog)”
from Do the Funky Something: The Best of Rufus Thomas (Atlantic unk) —1953, The most successful answer song to Hound Dog. It resulted in Hound Dog becoming one of the most litigated songs in history (copyright infringement) and caused Sam Phillips to sell his contract with Elvis to RCA.

5:03pm

Big Mama Thornton “Hound dog”
from Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings (MCA 1992) —The original Answered song...1953 with the Johnny Otis behind the kit.

5:00pm

Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters “Deep Pockets”
from The Colour of Love (Verve www.vervemusicgroup.com 1997) —Gettin' Down To It theme 2/13/16 - The Connection: Answer songs, response songs and call outs


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