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Colored in the Key of E, Part 1

Artist Song Buy
Tommy Tucker  High Heel Sneakers (1964 #11)   buy on itunes
Otis Clay  She's About a Mover (1968 #97)  buy on itunes
The Exciters  Tell Him (1963 #4)  buy on itunes
The Orlons  South Street (1963 #3)  buy on itunes
William DeVaughn  Be Thankful for What You've Got (1974 #4)  buy on itunes
Aretha Franklin  Until You Come Back to Me (1974 #3)  buy on itunes
Isley Brothers  Love the One You're With (1971 #18)  buy on itunes
Earth, Wind & Fire  Shining Star (1975 #1)  buy on itunes
Otis Redding  (Sittin On) The Dock of The Bay (1968 #1)  buy on itunes
Cab Calloway  Minnie the Moocher (1980, orig 1931 #1)  buy on itunes
Parliament/Funkadelic  Tear the Roof of the Sucker (1976 #15)  buy on itunes
Sly & The Family Stone  Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) (1970 #1)  buy on itunes
Eddie Floyd  Knock on Wood (1966 #28)  buy on itunes
Freda Payne  Band of Gold (1970 #3)  buy on itunes
Little Anthony & The Imperials  Goin Out of My Head (1964 #6)  buy on itunes
Chic  Good Times (1979 #1)  buy on itunes
The Spinners  Mighty Love (1974 #20)  buy on itunes
Wilson Pickett  In the Midnight Hour (1965 #21)  buy on itunes
The Orlons  Don't Hang Up (1962 #4)  buy on itunes
Don Gardner & Dee Dee Ford  I Need Your Loving (1962 #20)  buy on itunes


Tracks 5, 9, 13 & 14 are favorites here. These tracks are sorted, not just in the key of E, but also from slowest (84 bpm) to fastest (112 bpm). The pic is of the Orlons, who have two tracks on the mix.
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Date: 9/20/2008
Blowin' my mind
Rebel Princess
Date: 9/21/2008
Wow. Just wow.
Date: 9/22/2008
This is an outstanding series, Joe! Too many favorites to mention. Thanks.
Vlad the Accountant
Date: 9/24/2008
Looks great, especially the P-Funk track.
Date: 9/24/2008
Oh boy! Now you're bringing us up to E! This is such a great series, O Mighty Retro Man! I caught Freda Payne live in Paris, back in the day, as a warm up act for - you guessed it - Jerry Lewis!
Date: 9/25/2008
Lookin' good! Is that photo op from Superman's Fortress of Solitude?

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