Thursday, September 29, 2022

September 24, 2022 - JH: Going Home

 September 24, 2022

Host: Jan Hunsinger (JH)

Spotlight Theme: "Going Home"

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·     songs with * were requests
·     all chart information comes from the Billboard Top 100 (for chart dates before/during July 1958) or Billboard Hot 100 (for chart dates during/after Aug 1958) unless otherwise noted
·     a glossary of terms is below the playlist

6:00 - 7:00

OPENING THEME:  Good Old Rock ‘n’ Roll – Cat Mother & the All-Night Newsboys (1969 - #29: produced by Jimi Hendrix)

Background Song: The Homecoming - Hagood Hardy (1976 - #41)

Daddy's Home - Shep and the Limelites (1961 - #2: answer song to "A Thousand Miles Away" by the Heartbeats, which also featured James 'Shep' Sheppard)

Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd (1974 - #8: song ranks #398/RS500)

Welcome Home - Walter Jackson (1965 - #95: song was written by Chip Taylor, who also wrote "Wild Thing" and "Angel of the Morning")

Bring It On Home to Me - Sam Cooke (1962 - #13: Cooke wrote the song that was the flip side to "Having a Party"; both songs featured Lou Rawls on backing vocals)

Let Me Take You Home Tonight - Boston (NR - 1977: song closed out the band's debut LP and was the flip side to "Long Time")

Take Me Home, Country Roads - John Denver (1971 - #2: Denver co-wrote the song with Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert, who later married and formed the Starland Vocal Band)

Sloop John B. - The Beach Boys (1966 - #3: from the group's classic Pet Sounds LP; song ranks #271/RS500)

Detroit City - Bobby Bare (1963 - #16: song was written by Mel Tillis and won a Grammy for Best Country Record)

Home to You - Earth Opera (1969 - #97: the psychedelic band out of Boston often opened for The Doors, as both groups were signed to Elektra Records)

Home Cookin' - Junior Walker and the All-Stars (1969 - #42: title track from the LP of the same name)

*Homeward Bound - Simon & Garfunkel (1966 - #5: a plaque commemorating the song can be found on display at the train station in Widnes, England, where Paul Simon is said to have written at least one verse of the song about missing his English girlfriend)

I Can Never Go Home Again - We Five (NR - 1965: song was written by John Stewart, whose brother Michael was in the group; from the LP You Were On My Mind)

I Can Never Go Home Anymore - The Shangri-Las (1965 - #6: song was written by George "Shadow" Morton, who also wrote "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" and "Leader of the Pack")

Green Green Grass of Home - Tom Jones (1967 - #11: Jones learned of the song from a version recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis)

7:00 - 8:00 

Birthday Calendar

September 18:

James Frederick "Jimmie" Rodgers - born 1933
Frankie Avalon (Francis Avallone) - 82
Allen Johnson (The Marcels) - born 1940
P.F. Sloan - born 1945

September 19:

Billy Ward (The Dominoes) - born 1921
Brook Benton - born 1931
Nick Massi (Four Seasons) - born 1935
Bill Medley (The Righteous Brothers) - 82
Paul Williams - 82
"Mama" Cass Elliot (Ellen Naomi Cohen) - born 1941
Freda Payne - 80

September 20:

Gogi Grant (Myrtle Arinsberg) - born 1924
Ulysses B. "Bobby" Nunn (The Coasters) - born 1925

September 21:

(Royden Lipscomb) Dickey Lee - 86

September 22:

Joni James (Giovanna Carmella Babbo) - born 1930

September 23:

Ray Charles (Robinson) - born 1930
Steve Boone (The Lovin' Spoonful) - 79
Bruce Springsteen - 73

September 24:

Sonny Turner (The Platters) - born 1939
Barbara "Bibs" Allbut (The Angels) - born 1942
Phyllis "Jiggs" Allbut (The Angels) - 80
Gerry Marsden (Gerry and the Pacemakers) - born 1942

Oh-Oh, I'm Falling in Love Again - Jimmie Rodgers (1958 - #7: Rodgers would later sing the jingle for SpaghettiOs that used the same tune)

Bobby Sox to Stockings - Frankie Avalon (1959 - #8: Avalon was a teen idol who had 31 singles on the BBHot100 from 1958 to 1962; he later starred in movies and on TV)

Heartaches - The Marcels (1961 - #7: song features the vocal stylings of bass singer Allen Johnson)

Secret Agent Man - Johnny Rivers (1966 - #3: P.F. Sloan wrote and played the distinctive guitar intro for the hit song; Sloan also wrote "Eve of Destruction" and played the guitar intro for the song "California Dreaming")

Sixty Minute Man - Billy Ward and His Dominoes (#17 - 1951: song was one of the first to cross over from the R&B to the pop charts)

It's Just a Matter of Time - Brook Benton (1959 - #3: Benton co-wrote the song that was originally intended for Nat 'King' Cole, but when Benton was signed to Mercury Records he recorded it himself)

Walk Like a Man - The Four Seasons (1963 - #1: Nick Massi's bass voice is used as a counterpoint to Frankie Valli's falsetto lead vocal)

(You're My) Soul and Inspiration - The Righteous Brothers (1966 - #1: song was a huge hit for the duo, written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil)

Waking Up Alone - Paul Williams (1972 - #60: the only solo charting single for this famed songwriter and actor)

Make Your Own Kind of Music - "Mama" Cass Elliot (1969 - #36: another Mann/Weil composition)

Band of Gold - Freda Payne (1970 - #3: song was a huge smash for Payne and was written and produced by the Holland-Dozier-Holland team after they left Motown; song ranks #391/RS500)

Wayward Wind - Gogi Grant (1956 - #1: song spent 8 weeks at the top of the BB Hot100 and went to #50 when it was re-released in 1961)

Yakety Yak - The Coasters (1958 - #1: Bobby Nunn sang bass for The Robins and left that group to help form The Coasters; King Curtis provided the sax parts)

Patches - Dickey Lee (1962 - #6: although the song went on to be a million-seller, some stations would not play it because of the teenage suicide subject matter)

You Are My Love - Joni James (1955 - #5: James had 15 singles chart on the BB Hot100 in the rock era)

Hit the Road Jack - Ray Charles (1961 - #1: one of 75 singles "The Genius" charted on the BB Hot100)

She Is Still a Mystery - The Lovin' Spoonful (1967 - #27: the group's last Top 40 single)

Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out - Bruce Springsteen (1976 - #83: second track from his classic Born to Run LP)

With This Ring - The Platters (1967 - #14: Sonny Turner was lead singer for the group from 1959-70)

My Boyfriend's Back - The Angels (1963 - #1: the Allbut sisters sang behind lead vocalist Peggy Santiglia)

Ferry Cross the Mersey - Gerry and the Pacemakers (1965 - #6: Gerry Marsden wrote the song about the river in their home city of Liverpool)

Tribute to Fall:

Background Music - Autumn Leaves - Roger Williams (1955 - #1: song topped the charts for 4 weeks)

Forever Autumn - Justin Haywood (1978 - #47: solo effort from The Moody Blues guitarist)

Autumn Almanac - The Kinks (1967 - DNC: song went to #3 in the U.K.)

A Summer Song - Chad & Jeremy (1964 - #7: although their folk sound was nothing like the rock emanating from England, the duo is included in the British Invasion)

Leaves That Are Green - Simon & Garfunkel (1966 - DNC: song was released as the flip side to "Homeward Bound")

Ain't Got No Home - Clarence "Frogman" Henry (1957 - #20: Henry wrote the song that gave him his amphibian nickname)

Can't Find My Way Back Home - Blind Faith (1969 - DNC: the super group produced only one LP)

Run Home to Your Mama - Evie Sands (1965 - DNC: another song written by Chip Taylor)

2,000 Light Years From Home - The Rolling Stones (1968 - DNC: song was released as the flip side to "She's a Rainbow" and came from their psychedelic LP Their Satanic Majesties Request)

Sorry (I Ran All the Way Home) - The Impalas (1959 - #2: song was a million-seller for the integrated doo-wop group)

Don't Come a Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind) - Loretta Lynn (1966 - DNC: although it did not make the Pop charts, the song was Lynn's first #1 on the Country charts and one of her best known songs)

Don't It Make You Want to Go Home - Joe South (1969 - #41: song was taken from the LP of the same name)

CLOSING THEME:  Sleepwalk – Santo & Johnny (1959 - #1 for two weeks; brothers Santo [steel guitar] and Johnny [rhythm guitar] Farina from Brooklyn)

dnc = did not chart
nr = not released as a single at the time
AC = Billboard’s chart for “Adult Contemporary” records
BB = Billboard Magazine, which publishes the Hot 100 chart (previously known as the Top 100), along with several other charts
Bubbling Under = songs that were ranked but fell below the top 100
C&W = Billboard’s chart for “Country & Western” records
R&B = Billboard’s chart for “Rhythm & Blues” records
RRHOF = Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
RS500 = Rolling Stone Magazine’s ranked list of the top 500 singles of all-time

Host October 1, 2022: John Rudan (JR) with Golden Oldies!

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Thursday, September 22, 2022

September 17, 2022 - GJ - It's What It Is

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Date: September 17, 2022

Host:  Gregory James

Feature: It’s What It Is

Birthday Calendar

September 11

Gerry Conway (drummer for Cat Stevens et. al.)  75 years old

September 12

Judy Clay (b. 1938  d. 2001)

Maria Muldaur 79 years old

Barry White  (b. 1944  d. 2003)

Gerry Beckley (America) 70 years old

Ramsey Lewis died on Monday September 12, 2022

September 13

Peter Cetera  (Chicago)   78 years old

David Clayton-Thomas  81 years old

September 14

Steve Gaines (Lynyrd Skynyrd) (b. 1949  d. 1977)

Ed King  (Lynyrd Skynyrd)   (b. 1949  d. 2018)

Paul Kossoff  (Free guitarist)   (b. 1950  d. 1976)

September 15

Jimmy Gilmer (and the Fireballs)  82 years old

September 16

BB King (b. 1925  d. 2015)

Kenney Jones  (drummer Faces, Small Faces)  74 years old

Betty Kelly (Martha and the Vandellas)  78 years old

September 17

Bill Black  (Bill Black combo, Elvis bassist)    (b. 1926  d. 1965)

Brook Benton    (b. 1932   d. 1988)

Les Emmerson  (Five Man Electrical Band)  (b. 1944  d. 2021)

Rock n’ Roll Trivia

Question:  Several different “It’s” songs have the same titles. Who were the artists who recorded: a) It’s Alright, b) It’s Gonna Be Alright, c) It’s Too Late?

(scroll down to find the answer below the playlist)


* songs with * were requests

* all chart information comes from the Billboard Top 100 (for chart dates before/during July 1958) or Billboard Hot 100 (for subsequent dates) unless otherwise noted

* glossary of terms is below the playlist


OPENING THEME: Good Old Rock n’ Roll—Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys (1969, #29, produced by Jimi Hendrix)

It's Not Unusual Tom Jones  1965  #10

Tom Jones was an unknown at the time the song was passed on to him by Sandie Shaw. It’s hard to imagine anyone else singing it now. The BBC refused to play the song at first, but pirate radio did. 

It's Not Unusual - Wikipedia

It's My Life The Animals    1966  #23

This angry anthem of identity came out of the citadel of commercial songwriting, the Brill Building.

The Animals – It's My Life (1965, Vinyl) - Discogs

It's My Party   Lesley Gore 1963  #1 H100 and R&B

This was the first hit single produced by Quincy Jones who rushed the release of the record to radio music directors when he discovered that Phil Spector intended to release a version of the song with the Crystals.

It's My Party - Wikipedia

It's All Right Impressions    1963   #4 H100  #1 R&B

Curtis Mayfield grew up with gospel music and he taught himself how to play guitar.

The Impressions It's All Right | Daily Doo Wop

It's Alright Adam Faith 1965  #31

Real name: Terence Nelhams Wright. He started his musical career with a skiffle group called The Worried Men.

Adam Faith: It's Alright, My Kind Of Girl, Take Good Care Of My Baby, If I  Had A Hammer, Let There Be Love, Ginny Come Lately, The Wanderer (Vinyl  STEREO LP record)

It's Gonna Be Alright Gerry & The Pacemakers   1965  #23

Gerry & The Pacemakers – It's Gonna Be All Right (1964, Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Gonna Be Alright Maxine Brown   1965   #56 H100  #26 R&B

Written by Goffin/King with backing vocals by the Sweet Inspirations.

Anything You Do Is Alright: R&B Chanteuse Maxine Brown - Ponderosa StompMaxine Brown – It's Gonna Be Alright (1965, Terre Haute Pressing, Vinyl) -  Discogs

It's Too Late Bobby Goldsboro 1966  #23

Ray Stevens provided harmony vocals.

Bobby Goldsboro – It's Too Late / I'm Goin' Home (1966, Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Too Late Chuck Willis 1956  DNC

Covered in 1970 by Derek and the Dominos.

45cat - Chuck Willis - It's Too Late / Kansas City Woman - Atlantic - USA -  45-1098

It's Never Too Late Brenda Lee  1961  #101

This was the B-side to “You Can Depend on Me.”

45cat - Brenda Lee - You Can Depend On Me / It's Never Too Late - Decca -  USA - 31231

It's Late   Ricky Nelson 1959  #9

The Jordanaires back up Nelson on this track that, at least thematically, resembles the Everly Brothers’ “Wake Up Little Susie.”

It's Late b/w Never Be Anyone Else But You Ricky Nelson Imperial  Records/USA (1959) Watch Ricky Nelson perform It's Lat… | Ricky nelson,  Record store, Vintage music

It's Going to Take Some Time Carole King  DNC

King was a fan of the Carpenter’s cover version of the song.

Carole King – It's Going To Take Some Time (1973, Vinyl) - Discogs

*It's My Time Mynah Birds  1966 NR

John Simon suggested this track. It featured Rick James on vocals and Neil Young on guitar and was not released until Motown issued the Singles Box Set in 2006.

File:The Mynah Birds, Bruce Palmer, Rickman Mason, Rickey James Matthews,  Neil Young, John Taylor, Detroit Michigan Jan 20 1966.jpg - Wikimedia  Commons

*It's Raining Again Supertramp  1982  #11

This was one of the few songs in 1982 that debuted in the top 40 of the Hot 100, but it only peaked at #11. Requested by Scottie for Brooktondale Peggy.

It's Raining Again - Wikipedia

It's Now or Never     Elvis Presley  1960  #1 H100   #7 R&B

Not bad for a melody composed in 1898. Presley first heard the tune while stationed in Germany with the Army.

It's Now or Never (song) - Wikipedia

It's Over   Roy Orbison 1964  #9

Orbison was originally praised for his guitar playing rather than his voice. The first time he wore dark glasses on stage was when he had lost is regular glasses. He found that he preferred dark glasses to help him cope with his shyness.

Roy Orbison – It's Over (1964, Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Gonna Take A Miracle Royalettes  1965  #41 H100  #28 R&B

Sweet soul from the Baltimore girl group The Royalettes. 

It's Gonna Take a Miracle - Wikipedia


Angelsea    Cat Stevens 1972

From Cat Stevens’ platinum LP “Catch Bull at Four” which topped the Billboard 200 album chart in 1972.

Angelsea | Yusuf / Cat Stevens

Haven’t Got What It Takes Judy Clay 1966

She recorded duets and solos on Stax, Atlantic and this one, written by Van McCoy, for Scepter Records.

Judy Clay Haven't Got What It Takes - YouTubeJUDY CLAY-the greatest love - YouTube

I Can’t Stand It Maria Muldaur 1976

A truly smoking track with a false ending.

Maria Muldaur lyrics with translationsOriginal versions of I Can't Stand It by Maria Muldaur | SecondHandSongs

It’s Only Love Doing Its Thing  Barry White 1978

This is the original recorded version of the song that was a 1989 hit for Simply Red.

45cat - Barry White - Your Sweetness Is My Weakness / It's Only Love Doing  Its Thing - 20th Century-Fox - Australia - K7262

You Can Do Magic America 1982  #8

This was America’s comeback hit after 3 years out of the top 40.

America - You Can Do Magic - Music

Wade in the Water  Ramsey Lewis   1966   #19

Although Lewis continued to record for many years, this was his last top-40 record.  Lewis died on Monday September 12, 2022.

Ramsey Lewis Trio - Ramsey Lewis Trio: Wade In The Water [7" Single, Chess  AR 45.256] - Music

Lowdown Chicago 1971  #35

This was Peter Cetera’s second composition for Chicago, with Danny Seraphine as co-writer on this one.

Lowdown】Chicago Live In Japan 1972 - YouTube

Alimony   David Clayton-Thomas 1973

David Clayton Thomas 1973 Full Album - YouTube

I Know a Little Lynyrd Skynyrd  1977   DNC

Steve Gaines (who replaced Ed King as one of the band’s guitarists) wrote the song before he joined Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Lynyrd Skynyrd – I Know A Little – PowerPop… An Eclectic Collection of Pop  Culture

Little Bit of Love Free   1972   #119

Free – A Little Bit Of Love (1972, Vinyl) - Discogs

Come to Me   Jimmy Gilmer (and the Fireballs)     1965

Fabulous jangly lead guitar by George Tomsco.

Come To Me by Jimmy Gilmer And The Fireballs on Amazon Music -

Rollin’ Over Small Faces 1968  

The opening is reminiscent of “Foxy Lady.”

Small Faces / Rollin' Over / 1DVD – GiGinJapan

He Doesn’t Love Her  Martha and the Vandellas 1966 

Betty Kelly replaced Annette Beard as a Vandella and was subsequently fired from the group in 1967.

45cat - Martha And The Vandellas - I'm Ready For Love / He Doesn't Love Her  Anymore - Gordy - USA - G 7056He Doesn't Love Her Anymore - Martha & The Vandellas - YouTube

Baby Let’s Play House Elvis, Scottie and Bill  1955

Elvis Presley - Baby, Let's Play House - YouTube

Hotel Happiness Brook Benton 1963  #3 H100  #2 R&B

The uncredited musicians were phenomenal on this track.

45cat - Brook Benton - Hotel Happiness / Still Waters Run Deep - Mercury -  Denmark - 127 077 MCF

Absolutely Right  Five Man Electrical Band 1971  #26

FIVE MAN ELECTRICAL BAND - Absolutely Right - Music


It's All Over Now Valentinos   1964  #94

The Valentinos were basically the Womack Brothers, and the song was written by Bobby and Shirley Womack.

IT'S ALL OVER NOW - THE VALENTINOS - YouTubeThe Valentinos – It's All Over Now / Tired Of Livin' In The Country (1964,  Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Better To Have It Barbara Lynn 1965  #95 H100  #26 R&B

Barbara Lynn did it all: she wrote and sang her own songs and she played left-handed guitar.

45cat - Barbara Lynn - It's Better To Have It / People Gonna Talk - Jamie -  USA - 1292claudecat's place — Barbara Lynn - A Good Thing

It's All In The Game  Tommy Edwards 1958  #1

Tommy Edwards was the first African American artist to reach the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

It's All in the Game / All Over Again by Tommy Edwards (Single, Traditional  Pop): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your MusicSong Of The Week: “It's All In The Game” by Tommy Edwards | 1 2 3 o' clock  4 o' clock Rock

It's a Happening World    The Tokens   1967  #69

This was a Cynthia Weill/Barry Mann composition.

The Tokens – It's A Happening World (1967, Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Only Love  B. J. Thomas 1969  #45

It's Only Love (B. J. Thomas song) - Wikipedia

It's True I'm Gonna Miss You  Carolyn Franklin 1969  #119

Carolyn Franklin had the “Franklin sound,” but she was her own person. She wrote and sang back up on some of sister Aretha’s songs. 

Carolyn Franklin – It's True I'm Gonna Miss You (1969, Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Hard to Get Along Joe Simon    1969   #87 H100  #26 R&B

Simon charted 51 times between 1964 and 1981.

Joe Simon | iHeartJoe Simon – It's Hard To Get Along (1969, Vinyl) - Discogs

*Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini   Brian Hyland  1960  #1

Requested by Mike and played without the apostrophe. Trudy Packer was the voice for “Tell the people what she wore,” and “Stick around, we’ll tell you more.” The song was credited by some for an uptick in bikini sales.

Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini - Wikipedia

It's All Up To You     The Blossoms    1972  DNC

This comes from the only album the Blossoms ever recorded as featured artists under their own name. The group consisted of Darlene Love, Fanita James and Jean King. They sometimes were labeled The Crystals as well as Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans. They never had a hit of their own as the Blossoms, but their contributions to countless other records made them successful.

It's All up to You - song and lyrics by The Blossoms | Spotify

It's Not For Me To Say Johnny Mathis  1957  #5

The song was originally written for a 1957 film called “Lizzie,” and Mathis’ version has subsequently been heard in at least five other films since then.

Johnny Mathis – It's Not For Me To Say Lyrics | Genius Lyrics

It's for You Cilla Black   1964  #79

This was a Lennon-McCartney song that they composed for Cilla Black. McCartney had heard Black record “Anyone Who Had a Heart” at Abbey Road and was inspired to write his own song for her.

It's for You / He Won't Ask Me by Cilla Black (Single, Pop): Reviews,  Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music1081 It's For You – Cilla Black (1964) | Songs We Were Singing

It's Not The Same Little Anthony & The Imperials  1966  #92

On the Veep label, the group is called Anthony and the Imperials.

LITTLE ANTHONY AND THE IMPERIALS-IT'S NOT THE SAME - YouTube45cat - Anthony And The Imperials - It's Not The Same / Down On Love - Veep  - USA - V 1248

It's Unbelievable The Larks 1961  #69

The Larks were early an example of the Philadelphia soul sound.

The Larks – Unbelievable (Vinyl) - Discogs

It’s Too Late Carole King 1971  #1

Lyricist Toni Stern has said that she wrote the song after her break up with James Taylor.  Also, Carole King had divorced Gerry Goffin fairly recently.

It's Too Late - Song Lyrics and Music by Carole King arranged by  BrandonVanGo on Smule Social Singing app

Chains of Love B.B. King 1962

A nice cover of Big Joe Turner’s 1951 original.  King was a licensed private pilot.

B.B. King discography - WikipediaB.B. King – Chains Of Love (Vinyl) - Discogs

It's Wonderful to Be in Love    The Ovations   1965  #61

Sam Cooke was an influence on the vocal style of the group.

It's Wonderful To Be In Love by The Ovations feat. Louis Williams on Amazon  Music -

CLOSING THEME: Sleep Walk – Santo and Johnny (1959, #1 for two weeks)

Trivia Answer

Answer: a)Adam Faith, Impressions

b) Maxine Brown, Gerry and the Pacemakers

c) Bobby Goldsboro, Chuck Willis, Carole King

Unfortunately, nobody answered the question correctly, so the Cinemapolis movie passes go back into the vault. Better luck next time!

Glossary of Terms:

DNC = did not chart

NR = not released as a single at the time

AC = Billboard’s chart for Adult Contemporary records

BB = Billboard Magazine, publisher of the Hot 100 and other charts

H100 = Billboard Hot 100

Bubbling Under = songs that were ranked but fell below the top 100

CW = Billboard’s chart for country and western records

R&B = Billboard’s chart of rhythm and blues records

RRHOF = Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

RS 500 = Rolling Stone Magazine’s ranking of the top 500 singles of all time.

Host September 24: Jan Hunsinger whose focus will be "Going Home."

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