Friday, January 29, 2010
"FEELING GROOVY" : The Weekend Mix
This mix has been through a few different forms since its inception. It started simply as a cheap vehicle to get everyone to hear Nick Curran's sick and slinky Stooges' cover and Martin Belmont's brilliant take on Elvis Costello's "Alison."
Then, the "Lost Tracks" series I began a few weeks ago came to mind, and the mix, at least in my head, quickly turned into a collection of not-so-familiar songs by artists everyone was familiar with.
I'll keep the "Lost Tracks" series going as is with an upcoming treat from Bill Withers. Today's mix offers a preview of that with the supremely groovy "Railroad Man"
Then, as I started picking and choosing, I noticed a groove happening, or a "happening groove," if you will. So "FEELING GROOVY" is now ready to hopefully make you feel groovy. Groovy?
Thoughts and comments are encouraged. Any questions about any of the songs, please ask away.
shaft in africa- johnny pate
leaving here- jimmy hanna & the dynamics
right now, right now- al green
non support- ironing board sam
no fun- nick curran & the lowlifes
alison- martin belmont
four day creep- ida cox
down home girl- the coasters
i was a fool- the casanova II
we need an understanding- ike & tina turner
temptation 'bout to get me- the knight brorthers
shotgun slim- dyke & the blazers
the first cut is the deepest- the koobas
that's the way- the kit kats
railroad man- bill withers
Posted by Sal Nunziato at 5:47 AM