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Spinitron - KDHX: The Old Soul Harmony Show Sat Aug 4th 2012

The Old Soul Harmony Show (Music)

Sat Aug 4th 2012 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

The Brothers Of Soul “I Guess That Don't Make Me a Loser” Single (COLLECTABLE 2008) —The original 45 was released on the Boo label in 1968

5:02am

Otis Leavill “I Need You”
from 45 (Blue Rock 1968)

5:05am

Baby Washington “That's How Heartaches Are Made”
from Soulful Baby (UpFront Records 1969)

5:08am

Lenny Jennings “Easy Baby”
from 45 (Roulette 1966)

5:11am

Veda Brown “Play Brother,Play Sister”
from 45 (Rav 1977) —Mildred Pulliam Whitehorn was raised in Hayti,Missouri. Her early work was on the Stax label.After Stax developed financial difficulties arond '74-75 she recorded on the Raken label.This was her last Memphis recorded session.

5:15am

Dells “Dont Tell Nobody”
from Time Makes You Change 1954-1961 (Jasmine) —Original 45 was released on Vee-Jay in 1961

5:18am

Bee Bee Butler “Walking Slow”
from 45 (SMC 1972)

5:23am

Isley Brothers “Love Is What You Make It”
from It's Our Thing (T-Neck 1969)

5:26am

Double Exposure “Always” (Double Exposure 2002) —This talented Quartet represents Kansas City

5:31am

Mark IV “Honey I Still Love You” Single (Mercury 1973)

5:35am

Nate Evans “Get In Touch With Me”
from 45 (Points East 1984) —This Brother was blessed with a great voice.he was a member of the impressions in 81. later he would join David Ruffin,Eddie Kendricks and Dennis Edwards for their reunion .

5:44am

Walter Williams “The Way You Look Tonight”
from Exposed (We-Two Music, Inc 2009) —One Third of The Ojays Putting it down solo. Highly recommended cd.

5:47am

Ms. Jody “I Had A Good Time”
from You're My Angel (Ecko Records 2006) —She deserves more airplay and she'll get just that on The Old Soul Harmony Show.

5:52am

T K Soul “Flowers”
from Undisputed (Soulful 2007) —I Love The Message

5:56am

Lenny Williams “Problem Solver”
from Ooh Child (Geffen 1993) —Leonard Charles Williams hails from Little Rock,Arkansas. Let commercial radio tell it,the only song he sang would be " Cause I Love You". Thank god for independent radio.

6:00am

Michael Jackson “Dear Michael”
from Anthology (Motown) —R.I.P. Mike

6:03am

Gene Chandler “You've Been So Sweet To Me”
from 80 / Here's to Love (Westside 1980)

6:07am

The Natural Four “Eddie, You Should Know Better”
from 45 (Curtom 1972)

6:10am

The Notations “For One Moment”
from The Notations (GeMigo 1976) —One of the best around. Been doing it since the 60's.

6:14am

The Intruders “Me Tarzan, You Jane”
from The Best of the Intruders - Cowboys to Girls (Sony 1995)

6:17am

Rose Royce “Would You Please Be Mine”
from The Very Best of Rose Royce (Warner Bros. 2001)

6:21am

LTD “April Love”
from Greatest Hits (A&M 1981)

6:25am

The Marvellos “We Go Together”
from 45 (Loma 1966)

6:29am

Archie Love “Thanks For The Memories”
from All About Love (Loveland Records 2011)

6:34am

Ollie & The Nightingales “I Got a Sure Thing”
from 45 (stax 1968) —Formed in 1956 as a gospel group.a young teenage named David Ruffin sang with them in the late 50's & early 60's.

6:37am

Roni “That's the Kind of Love We Got”
from I Love You Too Much (Allison 2012)

6:41am

Lord Luther “Two Of A Kind”
from 45 (Lusan 1964)

6:44am

Blues Brothers #1 “Letter Of Regret”
from 45 (Eclipse www.eclipsesingers.com 1976)

6:47am

Paul Alexander “Talk Is So Cheap”
from 45 (Parlo 1967)

6:50am

Jimmy Braswell “Time Waits For No Man”
from 45 (Jar-Val)


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