My playlist from Side Two of Episode #007,
August 26th 2011
the fifth week of Sept...
THIS WEEK in 1979: Prince releases this classic 45 from his 2nd Long Player, Prince. #1 US R&B for two weeks.
THIS WEEK in 1971: The Ben E. King classic (written by Jerry Leiber and Phil Spector) covered by the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. A stand alone single it first appeared on her Long Player, Aretha's Greatest Hits. Guest musician Dr. John on keyboards.
THIS WEEK in 1994: Telling it like it is Public Enemy from their '94 Long Player, Muse-Sick-n-Hour-Mess-Age.
THIS WEEK in 1994: Never released as a single but powerful in its observation of Culture in the 1990's from Public Enemy's Long Player, Muse-Sick-n-Hour-Mess-Age.
THIS WEEK in 1964: The first 45 from the Gaye/Weston duets. Would later appear on their full length Long Player, Take 2 in 1966.
THIS WEEK in 1979: The debut 45 from the British Ska legends. Their tribute to Jamaican Ska pioneer Prince Buster.
THIS WEEK in 1980: The Reggae Legend at his peak. This is the single version mixed in with the dub version. Original version on the Long Player, Exodus.
THIS WEEK in...: The changes in technology often affected or created the opportunities and changes in each new era of radio through out the years. We are in the midst of a revolutionary change with smart phones and world-wide internet broadcasts like ALL TIME is NOW and INDIE1031.
THIS WEEK in 1966: The Martin Luther King Jr. speech that has inspired a generation.
THIS WEEK in 1998: The third single from Madonna's Long Player, Ray of Light. Produced by William Orbit. Plus...
Where the inspiration AND the sample came from; "Why I Follow Tigers", written by Rod McKuen and Anita Kerr from the Long Player, For Lovers.
THIS WEEK in 1982: Classic 80's Pop. The third single from the debut Long Player, The Lexicon of Love.