Sunday, May 29, 2016

Mix Tape 068

Bobby Bland


My apologies, it's been a while. Hopefully, you'll find it worth the wait. Enjoy!

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1. New York - Stupidity - from “Fore” 2014

2. “Why Does a Man Have to Cry” - Eddie King - from the compilation “Soul Gems”

3. “Traveling’ Salesman” - The Doughboys - From “Hot Beet Stew” 2012

4. “Turn on Your Love Light” - Bobby Bland - original recording from 1961 - can be found on “Bobby "Blue" Bland: Turn on Your Love Light: The Duke Recordings, Vol. 2”

5. “Millo’s in Love” - The Midnight Kings - just out from Wild Honey, contributed by Shawn

6. “Bad News” - Stix and Stonz - Pat 1967

7. “Shout & Shimmy” - James Brown & the Fabulous Flames - written by Mr. Brown - King, 1962

8. “The World Could Stop” - Shillings- released 1967 or 1968 - from “Allentown Anglophile”

9. “When I’m Not Teenage Anymore” - Karen Lake - ABC-Paramount, 1960

10. “Somebody’s In Love” - The Cosmic Rays / Sun Ra & His Arkestra - from the 7” “Bye Bye” 1955

11. “Tell Me When It’s Over” - Dream Syndicate - from “Days of Wine & Roses” 1982

12. “She’s Gone Away” - The Chasers - Parlophone, 1966

13. “Hello It’s Me” - Todd Rundgren - first recorded by Rundgren’s band The Nazz (Mix Tape 063) - the solo version as well as hit version was released on Rundren’s 3rd album “Something/Anything?”, 1972

14. “You’ll Be Mine” - The Ar-Kaics - Windian Records, 2014 - contributed by Shawn (?)

15. “Hallelujah, I Love Her So” - Ray Charles - the debut single for Mr. Charles. Atlantic, 1956

16. “Come Monkey With Me” - Gino Washington & the Atlantics - Amon, 1963

17. “Lonely Spartanburg Flower Stall” - Young Fresh Fellows - split album with Minus 5, “Because We Hate You” 2001

18. “There She Goes” - The La’s - shades of the Velvet’s “There She Goes Again?” - from the album “The La’s” 1990

19. “Action Breeze”  - Tough Shits - 7” on “Oops Baby” - just released - contributed by Shawn

20. “54-46 Was My Number” - Toots & the Maytals - originally on the Beverly label in Jamaica, 1968

21. “What Keeps Your Heart Beatin’?” - The Rattlers - 7” on Faulty Products, 1982

22. “Ruined World” - The XL’s - Paro, 1966

23. “Fragile” - Wire - from “Pink Flag” 1977

24. “She Was Mine” - The Kumari - 7” from Lost in Tyme from “Watching You” EP, 2013 - contributed by Shawn (?)

25. “It’s Too Late For That” - Jaye Daye & the Four Knights - C Flat Records, 1965

Scan Credits:

Bobby Bland photo from gettyimages.com

The Shillings scan from http://redmp3.su/8441761/the-shillings-the-world-could-stop-1967.html

“Come Monkey with Me” scan from google

6 comments:

  1. This installment was well worth the wait, Glenn. Thanks!!

    Chi-Town

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  2. Yes, we've been waiting and waiting but it's always worth it. Thank you.
    That's over, now to the music!

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  3. Does anyone know anything more about Eddie King. The sound of "Why Does A Man Have To Cry" is amazing. There is a studio full of musicians and musically knowledgeable technicians and yet they strive for that discordant off-key bluesy sound. Simply fantastic.

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  4. Agree totally. I found this on iTunes ... https://itunes.apple.com/ie/artist/eddie-king/id6892488

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  5. Another big belated thank you, Glenn!

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