Friday, May 1, 2020


Duck Feathers (Edit)- Donald Harrison, Charles Fambrough, Ricky Sebastian
Day Tripper- Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
Darlin'- The Beach Boys
Dandelion- Rolling Stones
Disguises- The Who
Darling Be Home Soon- The Lovin' Spoonful
Debris- Faces
Don't Be Angry- Nappy Brown
Do To Me- Trombone Shorty & Jeff Beck
Dr. Lester- the Maytals
Dark Water- Galactic w/John Boutte
Dear Miss Lonely Hearts- Phil Lynott
Dead Presidents- Little Walter
Driftin' Blues- Sam Cooke
Don't Go To Strangers- Etta Jones
Do What You Like- Foreigner
Dennis- Badfinger
Don't Let Me Wait Too Long- George Harrison
Dust In The Wind- Todd Rundgren
Don't Hang Up- 10cc



pmac said...

Sal - on what album did you find that Duck Feathers selection? Nice comp!

Sal Nunziato said...

It's a Charles Fambrough record called Blues At Bradley's. I could listen to Ricky Sebastian's drum intro forever. The song runs 15 minutes on the CD, but I figured that would be pushing it since jazz doesn't go over well here. I edited it down to 4 minutes.

Anonymous said...

"D" looks like one of your best letter mixes yet.

Sergio Mendes - Day Tripper, Yeah Baby!!!


pmac said...

Thx, Sal! Love, Ricky. And, Fambrough is one bad ass bassist.

Spreadin' Rhythm! said...

Fantastic comp, Sal. Thanks. A few familiar favourites here (Beach Boys, Lovin' Spoonful and Nappy Brown), plus I'm looking forward to hearing 'Duck Feathers' and being introduced to the others I haven't heard before.

Anonymous said...

Dee Wallace? Nice.


Michael Giltz said...

I'm already planning ahead. Who will make the cut for E? And J??? J should be a good one. :)
You've got me looking at my iTunes and scrolling down alphabetically on songs to see what I'd pick.

cmealha said...

Always love going through these lists and learning about new gems that I wouldn't otherwise come across like "Duck Feathers" and "Dark Water" and also be reminded of awesome cuts that are in the library like "Don't Hang Up" and that aren't in the library such as "Do What You Like". I've really got to add my Foreigner CDs. I really liked them but I don't think they get the credit they deserve.

Sal Nunziato said...

I'm glad you said that about Foreigner. Like so many bands, including Cheap Trick, and to some degree Queen, Foreigner is remembered for their biggest hits. And like CT and Queen, Foreigner's biggest hits aren't exactly their best.

cmealha said...

Yeah, I remember their albums being really solid. Time to get reacquainted.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a fan of Lou Gramm's voice (Ian Anderson, however, is a major major fan!) or Foreigner in general, but I liked some of their singles, especially Blue Morning Blue Day, Double Vision, and Fool For You Anyway. Actually, I don't think the last one was a single, after all, but it's a great song, well covered by Ben E. King with Average White Band, too.
C in California