Member Since: 6/9/2005
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Other Mixes By 2old2matter

CD | Theme
CD | Blues - Classic Blues
CD | Country
CD | Country

Sand In My Shoes

Artist Song
Chairmen Of The Board  On The Beach 
The Catalinas  Summertime's Calling Me 
The Embers  I Love Beach Music 
The Tams with Joe Pope  My Baby Sure Can Shag 
Band Of Oz  Shaggin' 
The Dominos  Sixty Minute Man 
The Showmen  It Will Stand 
Lloyd Price  Stagger Lee 
Hot Chocolate  It Started With A Kiss 
The Embers  Miss Grace 
The Drifters  (Youre More Than A Number In My) Little Red Book 
The Platters  With This Ring 
Percy Sledge  Love Comes Knockin' 
Archie Bell And The Drells  39-21-46 
The Tams  Too Much Foolin' Around 
The Embers  I'm Gonna Do Beautiful Things For You 
The Tams  Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy 
Chairmen Of The Board  Carolina Girls 
Willie Tee  Walkin' Up A One-Way Street 
The Drifters  I've Got Sand In My Shoes 
The Artistics  I'm Gonna Miss You 
Amos Milburn  One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer 
Clovers  One Mint Julep 
David Ruffin & Eddie Kendricks  I Couldn't Believe It 
The Detroit Emeralds  Feel The Need In Me 
The Fantastic Shakers  Myrtle Beach Days 


Originally inspired by "Shag - The Movie." This is good listening for us northern folks in the dead of winter when it seems like it'll never be warm again. Nothing new, just classics. Keeps my feet movin'.
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Date: 8/17/2005
Very nice, love #24.
Surfin Dead
Date: 8/17/2005
This looks a great way to spend 80 minutes or so
Date: 8/17/2005
Would love to hear this one.
Black Rose
Date: 8/17/2005
Looks nice. I would like to here this someday.
Date: 8/17/2005
Dead winter? Lucky you, we've got 40¦C here. And it ain't beach heat, but desert. This seems very well mixed, and don't wear shoes, they're bad for your feet. Go barefoot.
alma cogan
Date: 11/1/2005
Don't know that Archie Bell track but I do have Bobby Bland singing 36-22-36, maybe her little sister
DJ Karen Adams
Date: 3/24/2006
This is loaded with all kinds of yester-year goodness!! Take your stars and enjoy them.
Date: 9/5/2006
Great mix, but actually 39-21-46 was by The Showmen, (I also love that you included the lesser known "It Will Stand", I have that on another mix I'm gonna upload). What a lot of people don't realize is that if you give The Showmen and Chairmen of the Board a close listen you'll hear the same voice. General Norman Johnson was the lead singer for both groups.
Date: 9/22/2006
I am rather miffed with myself for missing this one. It looks like the proverbial dog's wotsits.