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Playlist | Mixed Genre

22 love songs without irony

Artist Song Buy
Grateful Dead & Lowell George  Good Lovin' (studio)  buy on itunes
Prof. Longhair  Whole Lotta Love  buy on itunes
Joe Cocker  The Letter  buy on itunes
Robert Randolph Band  Nobody  buy on itunes
Soloman Burke  Everybody Needs Someone to Love  buy on itunes
Ray Charles & Van Morrison  Crazy Love  buy on itunes
Howard Tate   Baby I Love You  buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins   I Love You  buy on itunes
Johnny Hartman & John Coltrane  My One and Only Love  buy on itunes
Chick Corea & Return to Forever   You're Everything  buy on itunes
Maria Muldar  Midnight at the Oasis  buy on itunes
Johnny Cash  You're the Nearest Thing to Heaven  buy on itunes
Big Sandy & the Flyright Boys  How Do You Love Someone Like Me?  buy on itunes
John Lee Hooker  I Love Nobody But My Baby  buy on itunes
Juan Luis Guerra  A Pedir Tu Mano  buy on itunes
Rare Earth  Get Ready  buy on itunes
Four Tops  Reach Out I'll Be There  buy on itunes
Aretha Franklin  You Send Me  buy on itunes
The Flamingos  I Only Have Eyes for You  buy on itunes
The Police  Everything She Does is Magic  buy on itunes
Buddy Holly  Rave On  buy on itunes
Paul Weller  Let It Be Me  buy on itunes


A Valentines mix for Lisa. 1.The Good Lovin is from the rehearsal sessions that Lowell George did producing the Dead; 2. I always loved Fess' piano; 3. and early Joe Cocker; 4. Robert Randolph is an amazing pedal sacred steel player - great live; 5. Soloman Burke was/is one of the greats of R&B - the Blues Brothers had a minor hit with this; 6. from the new & last Ray Charles album - one of our favorites (only Moondance tops it); 7. from the long lost Howard Tate, another, but now relatively unknown, great R&B voice; 8 & 9. had to get a little jazz in here - an instrumental & a vocal; 10. Chick Corea's first Return to Forever band, less electric than later, with Flora Purim's great scatting & Airto's wonderful percussion (we once gave Flora a bunch of roses during a snowstorm in Chicago); 11. well maybe one ironic song, but fun; 12. I assume this one was for June; 13. something I wonder about all the time; 14. early 1963 or so solo acoustic; 15. a hopping Caribbean tune (To ask your hand); 16 & 17. Lisa loves Motown; 18. and Aretha; 19. almost reverential rather than doo wop; 20. pick up the pace with a (later) classic that hasn't yet been ruined for me by commercials; 21. I really wonder what some people could have done if they had lived a little longer; 22. from an EP cd of covers that was given away last year - Paul Weller is big in the UK but not so much here in the U.S., formerly the head Jam man.


Date: 2/14/2005
Some very cool tunes on this!
Date: 2/14/2005
some interestin' picks........almost forgot about RE and Get Ready.......
Rob Conroy
Date: 2/14/2005
The Solomon Burke, Hartman & Coltrane, Professor Longhair, Buddy Holly, Flamingos and Cash songs are fantastic, and that particular Police song is a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine.
Erock Music
Date: 2/18/2005
Great, 'specially the buddy holly number, but I still like Sam Cooke's better than Aretha's
Date: 2/21/2005
Wow. this is sensational!
p the swede
Date: 4/27/2005
this is really nice

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