Garry’s Mixtape Friday List, Feb 8th

1. Greg Abrinko

1. James Mcmurtry “We Cant Make It Here Anymore”

2. Archie Bell & The Drells” Tighten Up”

3. Traffic “Light Up Or Leave Me Alone”

4. David Byrne “The Cowboy Mambo”

5. Matthew Sweet “Divine Intervention”

2. Mary H. Kopp

1- Sweet Child Of Mine By Slash

2- Angie By The Rolling Stones

3-At This Moment By Billy & The Beaters

4- If You Leave Me Now By Chicago

5-That’s The Way I Always Heard It Should Be By Carly Simon

 3-Gene Gryz

1-I’m Shakin’ – The Blasters
2-Shakin’ All Over – The Who
3-Shakin’ – Eddie Money
4-Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On-Jerry Lee Lewis
5-Shake It Out-Florence And The Machine

 4-  ELDRIDGE INGOLE

1. Sugar Shack – Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs
2. Surfin’ U.S.A. – Beach Boys
3. The End Of The World – Skeeter Davis
4. Rhythm Of The Rain – Cascades
5. He’s So Fine – Chiffons

 

5- Pam Strunk

1. Frank Sinatra – Come Dance With Me.

2. Tony Bennett and thalia  (off his new CD Viva Duets) – The Way You Look Tonight

3. James Taylor – How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You

4. Israel Kamakawiwo’ole – Somewhere Over The Rainbow

5. Frank Sinatra and Keeley Smith – How Are Ya Fixed For Love?

  6. Justin Rolff

1. Hold On, Alabama Shakes

2. Flowers in Your Hair, The Lumineers

3. When My Time Comes, Dawes

4. Madness, Muse

5. Little Black Submarines, Black Keys

 7- John Everdon
1-Giant Drag – We Like The Weather
2-Giant Drag – Cordial Invitation
3-Giant Drag – I Saw The Light
4-Be Your Own Pet – Bog
5-Slowdive – Shine

  8-Kimberly Harrison

1-Diva- Beyonce

2- Pour Some Sugar on me- Def Leppard

3-Forget You- Cee-Lo Green

4-This Love- Maroon 5

5-This is How we do it- Montell Jordan

1 Comment

  • Debbie

    Hi Garry , I wrote you a list of mix tape Friday in August of 2012,but none of the music ever got on.My name is Debbie and my husband is Leonard we have been married for over 40 years.The list was Summer in the City,by Loving Spoonful,Get Ready , Rare Earth,Soul &Inspiration, Richteous Brothers,One Love One Life ,Bob Marley, and At Last by Etta James. Thank You in advance for playing these songs. Debbie

    Marley

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