Memphis to Manchester (Music)
With John Wendland
Thu Jan 16th 2014 7.00am–10.00am
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
The Isley Brothers “Your Old Lady”
from Where It's At: Soul in the Midnight Hour (Kent 1999) —1961 Atlantic recording written by O'Kelly Isley, King Curtis, and Elmo Glick - "Don't wanna lose you, 'cause you're my friend / But your old lady is the livin' end / Your old lady sure looks good to me"
Betty Davis “They Say I'm Different” (Light In The Attic www.lightintheattic.net 2007) —Written by Betty Mabry aka Betty Davis. Lots of artists get shout-outs on this but only one gets three shout-outs. That would be the man who just played his 200th show at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room last night.
Lanterns on the Lake “Another Tale From Another English Town”
from Until the Colours Run (PIAS America 2013) N —This 2013 release by the Newcastle, England band just was released in the U.S. this week. Featuring the lead vocals of Hazel Wilde - "We just wanted the quiet, the quiet life / But they won't stop till they see us in the ground"
Lulu “Without Him”
from To Sir With Love - The Complete Mickie Most Recordings 1967-1969 (Remastered) (EMI UK 2011) —1968 single written by Harry Nilsson.
The Spacemen “The Clouds”
from Complete Pop Instrumental Hits of the Sixties, Vol. 1:1960 (Hasmick 2011) —Music bed.
Motel Mirrors “Your Tender Loving Care (feat. Amy LaVere & John Paul Keith)”
from Motel Mirrors (feat. Amy LaVere & John Paul Keith) (Archer Records 2013) N —Amy LaVere and John Paul Keith do a fine duet version of this Buck Owens song.
The Ventures “Blue Moon”
from Complete Pop Instrumental Hits of the Sixties, Vol. 2:1961 (Hasmick 2012) —Music bed.
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