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Spinitron - KDHX: The Big Bang! Wed May 15th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Big Bang! (Music)

Wed May 15th 2013 4.00pm–7.00pm

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Time zone: central

4:02pm

Tiny Tim “Tip-Toe Through The Tulips”
from God Bless Tiny Tim (Reprise 1968) —#83

4:06pm

Sly & The Family Stone “Dance To The Music”
from Dance To The Music (LP) (Epic 1968) —#33

4:08pm

The Association “Time For Livin'”
from Birthday (Warner Bros. - Seven Arts 1968) —#73

4:10pm

The Sweet Inspirations “Sweet Inspiration”
from The Sweet Inspirations (Atlantic 1967) —#24

4:14pm

The Rascals “A Beautiful Morning”
from Time Peace: The Rascals' Greatest Hits (Atlantic 1968) —#5

4:18pm

The Who “Call Me Lightning”
from Magic Bus (Decca 1968) —#42

4:21pm

MARY WELLS “The Doctor”
from Serving Up Some Soul (Jubilee 1968) —#100

4:24pm

The New Colony Six “I Will Always Think About You”
from Revelations (Mercury www.virginemirecords.com 1968) —#28

4:26pm

Jerry Butler “Never Give You Up”
from The Iceman Cometh (Mercury www.virginemirecords.com 1969) —#62

4:29pm

Guy Marks “Loving You Has Made Me Bananas”
from Loving You Has Made Me Bananas (LP) (ABC 1968) —#58

4:34pm

Arthur Conley “Funky Street”
from Soul Directions (ATCO 1968) —#18

4:36pm

The Classics IV “Soul Train”
from Mamas And Papas/Soul Train (Imperial 1968) —#90

4:40pm

Etta James “I Got You Babe”
from Tell Mama: The Complete Muscle Shoals Sessions (MCA/Chess 2001) —#88

4:42pm

Hamilton Camp “Here's To You”
from Here's To You (LP) (Warner Bros. - Seven Arts 1968) —#82

4:44pm

The Delfonics “I'm Sorry”
from La-La Means I Love You (Philly Groove 1968) —#46

4:48pm

Ray Stevens “Unwind”
from Even Stevens (Monument 1968) —#56

4:51pm

The Impressions “We're Rolling On”
from The Anthology 1961-1977 (MCA 1992) —#63

4:53pm

Friend & Lover “Reach Out Of The Darkness”
from Reach Out Of The Darkness (LP) (Verve Forecast 1968) —#97

4:57pm

Four Jacks and a Jill “Master Jack”
from Master Jack (LP) (RCA Victor 1968) —#31

5:02pm

Hugo Montenegro “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”
from This Is Hugo Montenegro (RCA 1971) —#4

5:06pm

The Ohio Express “Yummy, Yummy, Yummy”
from The Ohio Express (Buddah 1968) —#32

5:08pm

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell “Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing”
from You're All I Need Vinyl Album (Tamla 1968) —#14

5:10pm

The Box Tops “Cry Like A Baby”
from Cry Like a Baby (LP) (Bell 1968) —#12

5:13pm

James Brown “I Got The Feelin'”
from I Got The Feelin' (LP) (King 1969) —#17

5:16pm

Spanky & Our Gang “Like To Get To Know You”
from Spanky's Greatest Hit(s) (Mercury www.virginemirecords.com 1969) —#20

5:21pm

Stevie Wonder “Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day”
from For Once In My Life Single (Tamla 1968) —#11

5:23pm

The Troggs “Love Is All Around”
from Love Is All Around (LP) (Fontana 1968) —#7

5:27pm

The Intruders “Cowboys To Girls”
from Cowboys To Girls (LP) (Gamble 1968) —#6

5:29pm

Neil Diamond “Brooklyn Roads”
from Velvet Gloves And Spit (UNI 1968) —#75

5:35pm

Archie Bell & The Drells “Tighten Up”
from Tighten Up (LP) (Atlantic 1968) —#1

5:37pm

Blue Cheer “Summertime Blues”
from Vincebus Eruptum (Philips 1968) —#16

5:42pm

The Dells “Wear It On Our Face”
from There Is (CADET 1968) —#45

5:46pm

The Beach Boys “Friends”
from Friends (LP) (CAPITOL 1968) —#47

5:49pm

Percy Sledge “Take Time To Know Her”
from Take Time To Know Her (LP) (Atlantic 1968) —#13

5:52pm

Gene Pitney “She's A Heartbreaker”
from She's A Heartbreaker (LP) (Musicor 1968) —#65

5:56pm

Willie Mitchell “Soul Serenade”
from Soul Serenade (LP) (HI 1968) —#23

6:00pm

Tommy James & The Shondells “Mony Mony”
from Mony Mony (LP) (Roulette 1967) —#19

6:03pm

Aretha Franklin “Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)”
from Lady Soul (Atlantic 1968) —#35

6:05pm

Wilson Pickett “She's Looking Good”
from I'm In Love (Atlantic 1968) —#22

6:08pm

The Beatles “Lady Madonna”
from Hey Jude (Apple 1970) —#15

6:11pm

Simon & Garfunkel “Mrs. Robinson”
from Bookends (Columbia www.columbiarecords.com 1968) —#2

6:16pm

O. C. Smith “The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp”
from Hickory Holler Revisited (Columbia www.columbiarecords.com 1968) —#43

6:20pm

The Hollies “Jennifer Eccles”
from The Essential Collection (EMI 1997) —#40

6:23pm

The Temptations “I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You)”
from Wish It Would Rain (Gordy 1968) —#25

6:28pm

Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass “This Guy's In Love With You”
from The Beat Of The Brass (A&M 1968) —#72

6:33pm

Status Quo “Pictures Of Matchstick Men”
from Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo (UMG 2008) —#99

6:37pm

Otis Redding “The Happy Song (Dum Dum)”
from The Immortal Otis Redding (ATCO 1991) —#27

6:40pm

Merrilee Rush “Angel Of The Morning”
from Angel Of The Morning (LP) (Bell 1968) —#55

6:43pm

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 “The Look Of Love”
from Look Around (Verve 1966) —#60

6:46pm

Engelbert Humperdinck “A Man Without Love”
from A Man Without Love (LP) (Parrot 1968) —#53

6:51pm

The Four Tops “If I Were A Carpenter”
from Reach Out (Motown 1967) —#29

6:55pm

Dionne Warwick “Do You Know the Way To San Jose?”
from Dionne Warwick In Valley Of The Dolls (Scepter 1968) —#10


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