The Old Soul Harmony Show (Music)
Sat Dec 31st 2011 5.00am–7.00am
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Time zone: central
Donnie Elbert “Who's It Gonna Be”
from 45 (King) —This was the "A" side to " RUN LITTLE GIRL"
Jay Wiggins “You're On My Mind”
from 45 (Soild Sound 1965) —Jay Wiggins hailed from Washington D.C. Recorded in 1964, released the following year.Billy Stewart was also from the D.C. area.
The Dells “Too Late For Love”
from No Way Back (Mercury 1976) —The Dells started singing together in 1952 at Thornton Township High School in Harvey,Illinois
Spencer Taylor & The Highway QC's “Something On My Mind”
from He Said! (Marxan Records, Inc. 2004) —The Highway QC's Formed in 1945 at Chicago's Highway Baptist Church.Sam Cooke was an original member.Lou Rawls replaced Cooke in 1951.Johnny Taylor replaced Rawls in 1953.Spencer Taylor joined in 1956.
Sam Cooke “Laughin' and Clownin'”
from Night Beat MP3/file Album (RCA 1963) —First recorded Feb. 23, 1963. Released Sept., 1963 on "Night Beat" album.
Delfonics “Hey Love”
from 45 (Philly Groove 1969) —The Delfonics formed in Philadelphia in 1965 as " The Four Gents".
Billy Stewart “Sitting In The Park”
from I Do Love You Single (Chess 1965) —Billy Stewart was born in Washington D.C. March 24,1937, died in a car crash in Salem,N.C. Jan.17,1970.
Darryl Stewart “You Must Know Magic”
from 45 (Musicor 1969) —This song is the "B" side to " A Smart Monkey Doesn't Monkey( With Another Monkeys Monkey).
Chris Bartley “The Sweetest Thing This Side Of Heaven” (Vando 1967) —Originally released on Cameo-Parkway label
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