RGMS (16th February 2010)




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  • PLAYLIST
  • Terry Callier – I Don’t Want To See Myself (1982)
  • Black Box – Fall Into My Love (1995) [Positive Vibration]
  • Rosie Gaines – Good Times (1985)
  • Starpoint – Bring Your Sweet Lovin’ Back (1982) [All Night Long]
  • Harold – A Positive Mind (2009) [For The Love Of A Woman]
  • Jerry Butler – Living My Life Just For You (1978) [It All Comes Out In My Song]
  • Leroy Hutson – Love The Feeling (1976) [Hutson II]
  • James Brown And The J.B.’s – People Wake Up And Live (1977)
  • Sylvia Smith – Shape Your Arms Like A Cradle (1975) [Woman Of The World]
  • Zulema – It Will Never Be The Same Again (1975) [RSVP]
  • Betty Everett – Just A Little Piece Of You (1975) [Happy Endings]
  • Black Ice – Postcard Love Affair (1979) [I Judge The Funk]
  • Splendor – Splendorland (1979) [Splendor]
  • Anna Raye – Will You Love My Child
  • River – You Are The Song (That I Can’t Stop Singing) (1975)
  • Four Tops – Love Ain’t Easy To Come By (1974) [Meeting Of The Minds]
  • The Delfonics – Think It Over (1974) [Alive And Kicking]
  • Earles Inc – Just An Illusion
  • Porgy Williams – Lonely Man’s Hum
  • Jimmy Ruffin – He Who Picks A Rose (1969)
  • Bobby Shannon – You’re An Uplift
  • Newby & Johnson – I Want To Give You My Everything (1970)
  • The Dells – Closer (1973) [Give Your Baby A Standing Ovation]
  • Elijah And The Ebonies – I Confess (1967)
  • The Deletts – What’s The Use (1965)
  • Oscar Perry – Playboy Side Of Town (1973)
  • Sharon McMahan – Maybe You’ll Be Back (1973)
  • The Persuaders – Trying Girls Out (1973) [The Persuaders]
  • Sven Zetterberg – Heartaches Was All You Got
  • Barbara McNair – More Love
  • The New Birth – Pretty Music (1974) [Comin’ From All Ends]
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One Response to RGMS (16th February 2010)

  1. Melismo says:

    Great show as always! River, Bobby Shannon, and Newby & Johnson were among my favourites this time. Nice to hear some Swedish soul too – from Mr Zetterberg :)