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Spinitron - KDHX: The Old Soul Harmony Show Sat Dec 31st 2011

The Old Soul Harmony Show (Music)

Sat Dec 31st 2011 5.00am–7.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

5:00am

Johnny & The Expressions “Something I Want To Tell You”
from 45 (Josie 1966)

5:03am

Donnie Elbert “Who's It Gonna Be”
from 45 (Vee-Jay) —This was the "A" side to " RUN LITTLE GIRL"

5:06am

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.

5:09am

The Elgins “No Time For Tears”
from The Motown Anthology (Tamla/Motown 2007) —This song originally released on the Motown " VIP" label in 1966.

5:12am

Hot Chocolate “Keep My Baby Cool”
from 45 (Duke 1971)

5:15am

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

5:18am

Curtis Mayfield “Baby It's You”
from We Come In Peace With A Message Of Love (CRC 1985) —Curtis Mayfield June 3, 1942-Dec. 26, 1999. Inducted into Rock N Rolls Hall Of Fame in 1991 with the Impressions then again in 1999 solo.

5:21am

Ojays “What Are You Doing New Years Eve?”
from Home for Christmas (EMI / Capitol)

5:30am

Spencer Taylor & The Highway QC's “Something On My Mind”
from He Said! (Marxan Records, Inc. 2007) —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.

5:35am

Sam Cooke “Laughin' and Clownin'”
from Night Beat MP3/file Album (RCA Victor 1963) —First recorded Feb. 23, 1963. Released Sept., 1963 on "Night Beat" album.

5:39am

Lou Rawls “Righteous Woman / I Wanna Little Girl”
from The Very Best Of Lou Rawls (Capitol Records 1969)

5:43am

Johnny Taylor “I Had A Dream”
from Wanted: One Soul Singer (stax 1966) —This song was written by Issac Hayes & David Porter. Johnny Taylor May 5, 1934-May 31, 2000.

5:46am

One Way “Toast To The Other Man”
from Wild Night (MCA 1982)

5:50am

Richard " Dimples " Fields “Goodbye You... Hello Her”
from Give Everybody Some! (Boardwalk 1982) —Richard " Dimples " Fields b.1942 - d.2000

5:55am

Marvin Gaye & Mary Wells “I Love You ( For Sentimental Reasons )”
from Together (Tamla 1964)

6:00am

Aretha Franklin “I Wonder”
from Aretha Arrives (Atlantic 1967)

6:04am

James Brown “I Love You Porgy”
from Cold sweat (King Records 1967) —Reissued as " Ballads" in 2000

6:07am

Billy Paul “I Gotta Put This Life Down”
from FIRST CLASS (Philadelphia International 1979)

6:12am

Stylistics “Auld Lang Syne”
from Stylistics Christmas (Amherst Records)

6:15am

Blue Magic “Still In LOve With You”
from Message from the Magic (ATCO 1977)

6:18am

Delfonics “Hey Love”
from 45 (Philly Groove 1969) —The Delfonics formed in Philadelphia in 1965 as " The Four Gents".

6:21am

Eddie Kendricks “Good Night Pillow”
from Ruffin & Kendrick (RCA 1987)

6:30am

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.

6:33am

Intruders “Together”
from The Intruders Are Together (Gamble 1967) —The intruders signed with Gamble & Huff in 1966

6:36am

Temptations “What Love Has Joined Together”
from The Temptations Sing Smokey (Gordy 1965)

6:39am

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).

6:42am

The Attractions “New Girl In the Neighborhood”
from Underground Oldies Vol. 6 (ITP Records 1999) —Originally released on Bell Records as a 45 in 1967

6:45am

Van McCoy “I'm In Love With You Baby”
from From Disco To Love (Buddah 1975) —Van Mccoy b.Jan 6,1940 - d. July 6. 1979

6:48am

The Artistics “I Want You To ( Make My Life Over )”
from The Best Of (Brunswick)

6:51am

Chris Bartley “The Sweetest Thing This Side Of Heaven” (Vando 1967) —Originally released on Cameo-Parkway label


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.