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Playlist: Beachland Ballroom Sunday July 2, 2017

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Better late than never…here is the playlist for my DJ gig at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland from last Sunday, July 2nd. As always, I DJ’ed their Sunday brunch from 10 AM to 3 PM…

 

Magic Saxophone—Jimmy Castor (Smash)

Until I’m Free—Barbara Lynn (Tribe)

Frightened Girl—Silent Majority (Hot Wax)

The Way You Been Acting Lately—Instrumental/Al Kent (Ric Tic) I meant to play the vocal version, but the side that was face up in my box was the instrumental. It wasn’t till it started playing that I realized this.

Dancin’ Man—Ernie K-Doe (Duke)

You Were Wrong—Z.Z. Hill (MH)

If the Shoe Fits—Lou Courtney (Popside)

Gotta Find Me a Lover—Erma Franklin (Brunswick)

That Girl Is Mine—Attractions (Bell)

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

Arabia—Delcos (Showcase)

Spinout—Elvis Presley (RCA)

Everything I Do—Jets (Port)

Mojo Workout—Larry Bright (Tide)

Detroit Sound—Megatons (Laurie)

Prove It to Me—Garnet Mimms (United Artists)

Canteloupe Island—Pucho (Prestige)

Mustard Greens—J. Gardner (Blue Rock)

Time—Kenny Hamber (De Jac)

Take Away—Tams (ABC-Paramount)

Heartbreak Train—Rick Lancelot (RCA)

I’ll Try Again Tomorrow—Louis Curry (M-S)

Make Sure—Dells (Cadet)

Stay With Your Own Kind—Patrice Holloway (Capitol)

Talkin’ ‘Bout You Babe—Little Charles & the Sidewinders (Decca)

Cross the Bridge—Brenton Wood (Brent)

Heart’s Desire—Billy Joe Royal (Columbia)

Back Street—Edwin Starr (Ric-Tic)

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

I Dig Your Act—O’Jays (Bell)

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

Get the Money—Mongo Santamaria (Battle)

I’m Gonna Make Me a Woman—Toussaint McCall (Ronn)

Harlem Shuffle—Bob Kuban & the In-Men (Musicland USA)

Turn On Your Love Light—Benny Gordon (Wand)

Workout, Stevie, Workout—Stevie Wonder (Tamla)

Love Coming Down—Imperial Wonders (Musicor)

Nobody But Me—Human Beinz (Capitol)

Real Humdinger—J.J. Barnes (Ric-Tic)

Daddy Didn’t Tell Me—Astors (Stax)

You Got to Have Money—Exits (Gemini)

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

Betty Jo From Ohio—Bobby Hebb (Boom)

Your Eyes May Shine—Short Kuts (Pepper)

You Changed My Life—Magnificent Men (Capitol)

She Won’t Come Back—Hesitations (Kapp)

Ain’t No Reason—Esquires (B&G)

Beginning of My Life—Chimes (Down to Earth)

Lonely Old World—Artistics (Brunswick)

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

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

La De Da I Love You—Inez & Charlie Foxx (Symbol)

Daddy’s House—Queenie Lyons (Deluxe)

Love Potion #9—Coasters (King)

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

Can You Dig It—Bunny Sigler (Parkway)

Good Soul Lovin’—Queenie Lyons (Sims)

*The Queenie Lyons stuff is for the boss…he’s a big fan. She lives in nearby Ashtabula, and he’s trying to get her to play a gig at the Ballroom.

Follow Your Heart—Bunny Sigler (Parkway)

I’m Not Tryin’ to Hurt You—Outsiders (Capitol)

Shake—Selective Service (Mainline)

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

At the Party—Hector Rivera (Barry)

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

So Anna Just Love Me—Roy Lee Johnson (Josie)

Ain’t Nothin’ But a House Party—Show Stoppers (Heritage)
A Thousand Miles From Nowhere—Ronnie Milsap (Scepter)

The Chase Is On—Johnny Howard (Bashie)

You Live Only Once—Imperial Wonders (Solid Foundation)

Love Is Serious Business—Alfie Davison (Mercury)

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

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

You Haven’t the Right—Catalinas (Scepter)

Don’t Say Maybe Baby—Capitols (Karen)

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

Somebody Somewhere Needs You—Darrell Banks (Revilot)

Competition Ain’t Nothing—Little Carl Carlton (Backbeat)

A Little Piece of Leather—Donnie Elbert (Gateway)

Ain’t Gonna Rest—Five Stairsteps (Windy ‘C’)

Rainmaker—Moods (Wand)

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

Stormy—Classics IV (Imperial)

I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself—Cissy Houston (Janus)

You Don’t Mean It—Ohio Players (Compass)

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

Mickey’s Monkey—Miracles (HMV Australian import)

I Feel Good—Jean Wells (Calla)

The Snake—Al Wilson (Soul City)

Damelo Baby—Aztecs (Scepter)

El Pito—Joe Cuba (Tico)

I’ve Got Your Number—Boogie Kings (Paula)

Night Time—Strangeloves (Bang)

Pushin’ Too Hard—Seeds (GNP Crescendo)

I Can’t Forget You—Yo Yo’s (Goldwax)

You Got Me Hummin’—Cold Blood (San Francisco)

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

Gotta Get to Know You—Bobby Bland (Duke)

I Don’t Want to Lose Your Love—Billy Woods (Verve)

Yum Yum Tree—Bobby Bland (Duke)

It Takes a Lot of Lovin’—Big Ella (Lo Lo)

So Much Love—Faith, Hope & Charity (Maxwell)

Hide Nor Hair—Earl Grant (Decca)

Last Minute Miracle—Shirelles (Scepter)

Appreciation—Ad Libs (Share)

I Should Have Treated You Right—Barbara Green (Renee)

You and Me—Billy Adams (Amy)

The Hand of Fate—Babies (Dunhill)

I Need You Baby—Arthur Alexander (Monument)

Set Your Sights Higher—Z.Z. Hill (Duke)

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

In the Sunshine—Marvellos (Modern)

This Time It’s Love—Tymes (Winchester)

Tin Soldier—Small Faces (Immediate)

Scratchy—Travis Wammack (ARA)

I’m On My Way—Dean Parrish (Laurie)

Best,

Mark

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5 hour spot? bet you had to take a bloody big box with ya! haha

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usually i look at playlists and think, What who ,i don't know any of these. But this i know most of and i would have been on the floor. Well done.

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3 hours ago, dobber said:

5 hour spot? bet you had to take a bloody big box with ya! haha

Yep...I have to assemble a box of about 100 45's or so each time. It takes a little time...I swap out a lot of stuff each time and put different things in, plus I have everything in the box in alpha order by artist.

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Mark

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1 hour ago, gogs said:

usually i look at playlists and think, What who ,i don't know any of these. But this i know most of and i would have been on the floor. Well done.

Unfortunately, no room to dance, as the brunch tables take up all the room. When they have regular DJ gigs there, there's plenty of room to dance, but they haven't had a regular gig in a while.

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Mark

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