RGMS (9th February 2010)




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  • PLAYLIST
  • Mike & Brenda Sutton – Anyway You Want My Love (1982) [Don’t Hold Back]
  • Zoom – Love Seasons (1981) [Saturday, Saturday Night]
  • Billy Griffin – Understand (1982) [Be With Me]
  • Melvin Moore – All Of A Sudden (1980)
  • Beloyd – Get Into Your Life (1977)
  • Flowers – For Real (1978)
  • The Mighty Pope – If You Want A Love Affair (1977) [The Mighty Pope]
  • Marlena Shaw – Look At Me, Look At You (1977) [Sweet Beginnings]
  • The Dells – Don’t Trick Me, Treat Me (1977) [Love Connection]
  • Spaceark – Sexy Lady (70s)
  • Van McCoy – My Favorite Fantasy (1978) [My Favorite Fantasy]
  • Gene Townsel – There’s No Use Hiding (1978) [Time Wounds All Heels]
  • Benny Troy – I Wanna Give You Tomorrow (1976)
  • Sterling – Come And Love Me (1979)
  • Bobby Cutchins – I Did It Again (1977)
  • The Hamilton Movement – She’s Gone (1976)
  • BJB – I Gotta Make You Believe In Me (1974)
  • Barbara McNair – You Beat Me To The Punch (1968)
  • Barbara Lewis ft The Dells – I Remember The Feeling (1966)
  • Eddie Bishop – Call Me
  • Charles Williams – Standing In The Way (1975)
  • Arnold Blair – Trying To Get Next To You (1975)
  • Randolph Brown and Company – It A’int Like It Used To Be (1975)
  • Bobby Wilson – Don’t Shut Me Out (1975) [I’ll Be Your Rainbow]
  • Timi Yuro – It’ll Never Be Over For Me (1969)
  • The Hesitaions – Gotta Find A Way (1967)
  • Patrinell Staten – Little Love Affair (1969)
  • T & T – Something On My Mind
  • Dana Valery – You Babe (1972) [Not The Flower But The Root]
  • Alice Clark – Don’t You Care (1972) [Alice Clark]
  • The 3 Pieces – I Need You Girl (1975) [Vibes Of Truth]
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One Response to RGMS (9th February 2010)

  1. Melismo says:

    Great show again! Randolph Brown and Company – “It AinĀ“t Like It Used To Be” was one out of many favourites. BTW, I have a disco 7″ on Motown by an artist named Sterling, wonder if it can be the same guy?