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Playlist: Beachtend Ballroom in Cleveland, Sunday, March 19th

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Here’s the playlist for my DJ gig at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland from last Sunday, March 19th…sorry this is so late. Here goes…

 

Pick Up the Pieces—Carla Thomas (Stax)

Take Away—Tams (ABC-Paramount)

Gonna Have Fun—Ike & Tina Turner (Modern)

Arabia—Delcos (Showcase)

Twistin’ With Linda—Isley Brothers (Wand)

Walking Up a One-Way Street—Willie Tee (Atlantic)

Baby It’s Wonderful—Chris Bartley (Vando)

Shotgun—Jr. Walker and the All-Stars (Tamla Motown Holland import)

Mojo Workout—Larry Bright (Tide)

Oh My Darlin’—Jackie Lee (Mirwood)

A Thousand Miles From Nowhere—Ronnie Milsap (Scepter)

Spinout—Elvis Presley (RCA)

I Gotta Dance—Strangeloves (Bang)

The Girl’s Got It—Billy Preston (Capitol)

Out of Time—Chris Farlowe (MGM)

Seven Rooms of Gloom—Four Tops (Tamla Motown Holland import)

Boo-Ga-Loo—Tom & Jerrio (ABC-Paramount)

Stay With Your Own Kind—Patrice Holloway (Capitol)

It’s Easier Said Than Done—Otis Clay (One-Der-Ful)

Thank You Baby—Billy Butler (Brunswick)

Only All the Time—Patti Austin (Coral)

Heaven Must Have Sent You—Continental Four (Jay-Walking)

A Love You Can Depend On—Brenda & the Tabulations (Top & Bottom)

Do Whatcha Wanna Do—Wesley Bright & the Hi-Lites (Hi-De-Ho!)

Sunshine Superman—Willie Bobo (Verve)

You Are the One I Love—Adams Apples (Brunswick)

More, More, More of Your Love—Bob Brady & the Con Chords (Chariot)

Standing In the Darkness—Ethics (Vent)

What About the Music—Billy Harner (Kama Sutra)

I Can’t Help Loving You—Paul Anka (RCA)

That Girl Is Mine—Attractions (Bell)

Gotta Find Me a Lover—Erma Franklin (Brunswick)

The Beginning of My Life—Chimes (Down to Earth)

Make Sure—Dells (Cadet)

Love Coming Down—Imperial Wonders (Musicor)

Is This the Way to Treat a Girl—Hesitations (GWP)

It’s All Over—Gees (Port)

The Way You Been Acting Lately—Al Kent (Ric Tic)

Need of You—Gloria Walker & the Chevelles (Flaming Arrow)

Everything I Do—Jets (Port)

You Can’t Sit Down (Part 2)—Phil Upchurch (Boyd)

El Pito—Joe Cuba (Tico)

Black Cat—Brian Auger & the Trinity (Atco)

Competition Ain’t Nothin’—Little Carl Carlton (Backbeat)

Where Did I Go—Jeff Dale (Atco)

Ain’t Got the Love of One Girl—Ambassadors (Arctic)

Shot of Love—Variations (Amy)

I’ll Be Loving You—Soul Brothers Six (Atlantic)

The Spoiler—Oscar Weathers (Top & Bottom)

Going to a Go-Go—Miracles (Tamla Motown Holland import)

Tequila ’68—Ole Jose & the Golden Leaves (Challenge)

Don’t You Know a True Love—O’Jays (Astroscope)

Don’t Let True Love Die—Superlatives (Dynamics)

I’ll Give You Time—Outsiders (Capitol)

You Shakin’ Things Up—Robert Parker (Silver Fox)

The Chase Is On—Johnny Howard (Bashie)

Run and Hide—Uniques (Paula)

You Haven’t the Right—Catalinas (Scepter)

I’m In Love Again For the First Time—Gambrells (Cub)

Sunny—Bobby Hebb (Philips)

The Mule—James Cotton Blues Band (Verve Forecast)

Love Potion #9—Coasters (King)

I Need You—Impressions (ABC)

Love Uprising—Otis Leavill (Dakar)

You Got to Have Money—Exits (Gemini)

Taste of the Good Life—Little Charles & the Sidewinders (Decca)

Heartbreak Train—Rick Lancelot (RCA)

Detroit Sound—Megatons (Laurie)

Shake—Selective Service (Main Line)

The Horse—Cliff Nobles & Co. (Phil-L.A. of Soul)

Jerkin’ the Dog—Mighty Hannibal (Shur-Fine)

You Live Only Once—Imperial Wonders (Solid Foundation)

Frightened Girl—Silent Majority (Hot Wax)

Feet Start Walking—Doris Duke (Canyon)

Until I’m Free—Barbara Lynn (Tribe)

Good Soul Lovin’—Queenie Lyons (Sims)

She Won’t Come Back—Hesitations (Kapp)

A Minute of His Good Time—Queenie Lyons (Sims)

Just You Girl—Jimmy Castor (Smash)

You Got It Baby—Volumes (Inferno)

Waterfall—Jimmy Cliff (A&M)

Don’t Stop Now—William Bell (Stax)

I Got to Get Myself Together—Donnie Elbert (Rare Bullet)

Hide Nor Hair—Earl Grant (Decca)

I Found Out—Bobby Byrd (Federal)

Don’t You Care—Buckinghams (Columbia)

That’s When the Tears Start—Blossoms (Reprise)

Gotta Get to Know You—Bobby Bland (Duke)

All That Is Required Is You—Holidays (Revilot)

Daddy’s House—Queenie Lyons (Deluxe)

I Need You Baby—Arthur Alexander (Monument)

See And Don’t See—Queenie Lyons (Deluxe)

The Girl Every Guy Should Know—Sunny Carrington (Deep)

You’ll Fall In Love—Jive Five (Musicor)

There’s No You—Occasions (Big Jim)

Rainmaker—Moods (Wand)

Stay Mine—Mellow Fellows (Dot)

Keep On Keeping On—N.F. Porter (Lizard)

Hung Up On Your Love—Montclairs (Paula)

I Just Can’t Get You Out of My Mind—Four Tops (ABC-Dunhill)

Got You On My Mind—Joe Hinton (Backbeat)

How Can You Say Goodbye—Sidney Joe Qualls (Dakar)

What’s It Gonna Be—Dusty Springfield (Philips)

The Hand of Fate—Babies (Dunhill)

Scratchy—Travis Wammack (ARA)

Day By Day—Continental Four (Jay-Walking)

I’m On My Way—Dean Parrish (Laurie)

Best,

Mark

 

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Nice variety which is nice to see, well done great set, the beauty of posting playlists is it allows potential punters to make informed decisions on whether or not to attend an event, which is surely the best way to advertise rather than get all your mates to bump up threads, sorry for digressing, great variety to the set, once again well done, cheers dekka

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Nice to see 'The Spoiler' played. Don't think I have ever heard it played. Also 'Standing in the darkness' which I equate to being the fist Philly track just preceding Back stabbers etc. Thom bell must have thought what the hell happened there?

 

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On 3/29/2017 at 00:40, dekka said:

Try flipping the Dean Parish mate, deffo one of my favourite tunes and one I play out regularly

speaking of flipping records... flip that Jeff Dale (where did i go) and spin "come to me girl"... a super powerful mid tempo swayer!

 

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On 3/30/2017 at 16:25, BrianB said:

I bet 7 rooms of gloom sounds brilliant at a venue.

The main reason I play that and Shotgun and The Horse is that this crowd is pretty much a dining crowd. They don't know jack about Northern soul, so I throw in a few familiar pieces/artists to make it a little more palatable for them. It is nice when you get someone who shows up who knows what you're spinning (Hi, Grahame!).

Best,

Mark

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On 3/28/2017 at 23:03, Stubbsy said:

Bloody hell Mark, that's one hell of a playlist. How long were you on for? You sure you haven't listed your record collection by mistake? :D

All of the DJ's who work the brunch do it for the full five hours, which is 10 AM to 3 PM (there are other DJ's who entertain the crowd each week, playing all different sorts of music...this is, after all, by and large an alternative music club). When I was first approached to DJ back in 2009, I was advised to bring about 100 records with me, which is what I always do. I swap out a lot of stuff from the box before every gig I do, just so different things can get spun...I have a lot more than what is in the box.

Best,

Mark

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