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Sunday, June 12, 2005

DJ Session, June 12, 2005

Club 2200 hosted a tripartite DJ session on Saturday, June 12, 2005. Host Carlos O, Ted H, and I spun records for about three hours, trading off what the others had played and forming a sort of improvised art piece. And funky!

Here's a list of what we played (artist first, then song):

Curtis Mayfield--Right on for the Darkness
Bill Withers--You
Think--Once You Understand
Ravens--Give Me a Simple Prayer
Nina Simone--Suzanne
Magic Ship--Wednesday Morning Dew
Magic Ship--Life's Lonely Road
It's All Meat--Feel It
Neil Sedaka--The Immigrant
Quincy Jones featuring Bill Cosby--Hikky-Burr
Jackson Five--I'll Be There/Feelin' Alright (medley)
Beatlerama--She's the One
Bruce Prince-Joseph and his Group--Thou Swell
The Living Marimbas--Ring of Fire
Steel Vibrations Steel Drum Band--Oye Como Va
Apollo 100--Joy
Takusan & Sukoshi Oto--Tonkobushi Rock & Roll
Bob & Shree--Long Train Runnin'
Teri Summers--City's Hospital Patients (on CD)
Unknown--The 23rd Channel (on CD)
Ramsey Lewis--1, 2, 3
Nico with Brian Eno--The End
Shangri-La's--Sophisticated Boom Boom
The Purple Fox--Gittin' Busted
The Purple Fox--Are You Experienced?
Trip Ziegler--Theme from "Star Trek" on the Lowery Organ
Wings (1968 release from American band, not Paul McCartney)--General Bringdown
Wings (same as above)--Give Me Your Love
Xavier Cugat--Zombie (bolero)
Tom Jones--The Lonely One
Frankie Stein & His Ghouls--Stoned
Sonny Terry--Mountain Blues
Main Ingredient--Just Don't Want to be Lonely
Johnny Otis--Country Girl
Nite-Liters--Eleanor Rigby
Four Tops--Eleanor Rigby
Barbra Streisand--Mother
Rhythm Heritage--Theme from "SWAT"
Banshees--Project Blue
Don Pierce--Spookadelic
Johnny Thompson--Mainsqueeze
Four Seasons--Electric Stories
Maurice--What I Got, I Got (and Ain't Gonna Lose)
Regis Philbin--Toot Toot Tootsie/Baby Face (medley)
Lee Fields & the Explorers--I'm the Man
Mighty Imperials--Kick the Blanket
Meters--Chicken Strut
Meters--Here Comes the Meter Man

Thanks to Carlos for hosting and providing a great majority of the records played.


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