Good morning, good afternoon, good evening. Whatever time of day it is, in fact whatever day it is welcome back to Friday Music, show 413. It’s the last show of September which will move us to a Seminole day for Friday Music. Collin informs me that to the best of his ability our archives indicates that we are about to celebrate nine years of doing Friday Music. And we will celebrate that moment on the 8th of October. So we will be doing a show that we, me and Collin will referred to as 9 On The 8th. We will keep you in the loop of the upcoming celebration. And let me say thank you for taking the musical ride with us week in and week out and we deeply appreciate you joining us every Friday. So let’s get to today’s first song of set number one. From 1994, from the album Cool and Steady and Easy, This is the Brooklyn Funk Essentials with The Creator Has A Master Plan. Indeed. From Having A Good Time we jumped back to 1964 to give a listen to Huey “Piano” Smith on Don’t You Just Know It. Gooba gooba gooba gooba. Before Huey Smith we heard, Dr. John along with the Blind Boys of Alabama from Ske-Dat-De-Dat The Spirit of Satch on Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams With one fine fine trumpet solo by Terrence Blanchard. And we launched the mothership into orbit this morning with the Brooklyn Funk Essentials on, The Creator Has A Master Plan. Now this lady has been wandering around my brain pan for the last week or so and I was lucky enough to call her a friend and to also be able to call her grandma. From one of the great song writing duos of all time Rodgers & Hart this is Grandma Ella Fitzgerald with Bewitched Bothered And Bewildered. That was John Legend along with Gary Clark Jr. on guitar throwin down on Wild. Before Wild we heard Zach Gill and Michael McDonald on Joy (Goodbye Guilty Pleasure) Before Zach Gill from Live To Love was The Nylons with Secret Part Of Me. And before The Nylons was grandma Fitzgerald with an outstanding rendition of Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered. Now let’s see if we have the ability to bother you with the first song of set number three. This is The Gaddabouts. And yes that is Edie Brickell singing. And the song, River Rises. Brother Strut with Right Track. Before Brother Strut was Aretha Franklin with the alternate recording of, Chain Of Fools. Before sister Franklin was Dreamliners out of South San Antonio High School from 1964 singing Just Me And You. And The Gaddabouts led off orbit three of show 413 with River Rises. And that my friends is our show for today. I’m Tim McCormack your host for Friday Music along with our executive producer in California Collin McCormack reminding you as always to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. Delbert McClinton gonna put a period on this musical paragraph today from the album Room To Breathe, with the song The Rub. So until we do this all over again next week, have yourselves a bodacious Friday and peace y’all!
Show #401 - #420
Sail on my musical sailors and welcome back to the Friday Music’s Mothership and show 412. We drop into orbit today as the last embers of Summer fade away and Autumn sparks to life. Gonna start off set one by playing an artist for you that I have not yet played on Friday Music and I have no defense for not having played him yet. Let’s rectify that situation right now with a right fine rendition of Sam Cooke’s 1962 hit Bring It On Home To Me sung by Lou Rawls. Get it Collin. From 2007, that was Flow Dynamics with Live In The Mix. Before Flow Dynamics was Cory Wong along with Dirty Loops out of Stockholm Sweden with vocals by their keyboard player, Jonah Nilsson covering Michael Jackson’s Thriller. And we begin today’s first set with the lush-base baritone voice of Lou Rawls on, Bring It On Home To Me. And that brings us on home to set two to show 412. From 1969, from the album Five Leaves Left this is the haunting voice of Nick Drake on his composition Three Hours. From his 2015 release, Duets: Re-Working The Category we heard Van Morrison teaming up with Mark Knopfler on, Irish Heartbeat. Before Morrison and Knopfler we heard, Young Gun Silver Fox with the beautiful Long Way Back and Nick Drake let off set two with, Three Hours. Set three takes us to the teaming of two legendary jazz players, Ron Carter on base and Houston Person on sax. This is Fools Rush In. That my friends was the daughter of Van Morrison, Shana Morrison, with Sometimes We Cry. Before Shana Morrison we heard, Going To California by Pressing Strings. Before Pressing Strings was YEBBA and according to my youngest daughter Mailli is finally about to release a full album. We just heard her new single titled Distance. And Ron Carter and Houston Person began set three with a sweet rendition of, Fools Rush In. And with that we lock it down for show 412 and look forward to next Friday. Until then I’m Tim McCormack your host of Friday Music apply and happily aided by Collin McCormack and we once again remind you to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. From the fantastic 2006 release by Boz Scaggs titled Dig we finish up today with the chart You’re Not. So until next week when we meet up ear to ear have yourselves a bodacious Friday and peace y’all! Collin, pop it.
Summer is winding down and Autumn is just around the corner, but Collin and I will be here to bring you your weekly dose of music no matter the season or time of year. So what say we get on board the mothership and drop it into it’s first orbit of the day for show 411 of Friday Music. Pushing us away from our Moorings is the vocal group Thirdstory, from their 2018 album Cold Heart. This is I’m Coming ‘Round. With a musical nod to The Zombies that was Melanie Fiona from her album The Bridge with Give It To Me Right. Before Melanie was Jess Glynne with Hold My Hand. And Thirdstory kicked off set 1 with I’m Coming’Round. Set number two take us to the land down under to give a listen to the Teskey Brothers. From Half Mile Harvest this is Pain And Misery. From 1956 fried up for us sizzlin’ hot by Andre Williams, we heard Bacon Fat. Before Bacon Fat was Slim Harpo with Shake Your Hips. Before Slim was Otis Redding doing what only he can do so fine on I’ve Got Dreams To Remember. And before Otis the boys from Melbourne Australia, The Teskey Brothers breaking our hearts with, Pain And Misery. Set number three begins with a cut from sister Mavis Staples 2007 release of We’ll Never Turn Back. This is Down In Mississippi. Tom Jones from Pain & Blame that was Burnin’ Hell. Before Tom was Leonard Cohen with just a slightly dark piece from his slightly dark mind we heard You Want It Darker. Before Leonard was T Bone Burnett with Palestine Texas. And Mavis Staples started off our third set of the day with Down In Mississippi. And as they say my friends that is that. Time to remoor the mothership and go into chill mode until we reconnect next week. I’m Tim McCormack your host for Friday Music and the delicate flow of the show is done through the fingers of our executive producer Collin McCormack. And we remind you as we remind you every week to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We go out the back door today listening to a live rendition of Is This Love by Bob Marley and The Wailers. So until you lend us your ears again next week have yourselves a bodacious Friday and peace y’all! Collin, show our friends a little love.
In the words of brother James Brown, “don’t start none, won’t be none.” Well we ready to start some by launching Friday Music, show 410. Collin and I are ready to throw down and bring you some tasty tunes that we hope will make your mouth water. We launch with something low and slow, sweet and sentimental, sexy and sad. Legendary players on the iconic 1959 release from Miles Davis with Bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Jimmy Cobb, John Coltrane on sax, Bill Evan’s on piano and Miles on trumpet. From Kind of Blue, this is Blue In Green. From Chocolate & Chili, we heard Brenda Boykin on Love Is In Town. Before Brenda, Freak Power with Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out. Before Freak Power we heard the 2018 single from The California Honeydrops titled Live Learn. And Davis, Coltrane and Evan’s put today’s show into a smooth groove with Kind Of Blue. Saw this group do a great set just before the pandemic pulverized the live music party. From their 2019 album Our Time (how ironic) this is Wild Adriatic with Lake Anne Soul. The Allergies with Felony. Before the Allergies we hear Cory Henry and The Funk Apostles on Switch. Before the Apostles was Smoove & Turrell with I’m A Man and Wild Adriatic began set two with Lake Anne Soul. Set three kicks off with Chuck E Weiss with a little ditty titled Extremely Cool. If you’re cool with it Collin, drop the stylus. Jon Clearly and The Absolute Monster Gentlemen with a live hot show ending version of When You Get Back. Before Jon was Earl St. Claire with Feeling Alive and Chuck E Weiss began our final set of the day with Extremely Cool. And that raps up show 410. I’m Tim McCormack your host for Friday Music with my executive producing sidekick Collin McCormack and as always we remind you to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We lock it down for the day jumping all the way back to 1949 and giving a listen to Louis Jordan’s Saturday Night Fish Fry. So until next we speak, have yourselves a bodacious Friday and Peace y’all! Go ahead on Collin , fry us up some fish...
You may be down under with wombats and koalas, you may be in Ireland eating a traditional Irish breakfast or on the sands of Dubai, Kuwait or California. You may be sitting at a café in Paris or you may be right here on the southern shores of Lake Ontario with me, but no matter where you are we are all about to once again board the mothership for Friday Music and show 409. We’re dropping into orbit today with a chart made famous by Les McCann and Eddie Harris. It was a soul/jazz protest number taking a stance against the Vietnam War. It was written by Gene McDaniels and is reimagined for us all today by John Legend and The Roots. This is Compared To What. Delgres, with 4 Ed Maten. This is a group new to my ears but I am thankful I ran across them. They combine a French, Caribbean Islands and New Orleans creole and blues sound, all executed by a guitar drummer and tuba. Before Delgres was The Mighty Mocambos with Arabesque Breakin’ Suite. Before the Mocambos was KaiL Baxley throwin’ down on The Ballad of Johnny Steel and John Legend and The Roots launched us into orbit today with Compared To What. Parker Millsap gonna put us in a new groove to start set number two. This is You Gotta Move. Mamma & Papa by Earl King. Before Earl we heard, Marta Ren & The Groovelvets with Smiling Faces. Before the Groovevelvets was Dr. Rubberfunk and John Turrell with Boom and Parker Millsap led of set two with You Gotta Move. Let’s see how your ears feel about this cut as we cruse on into set three. It’s from the group Jab and it’s titled, 5,6,7,8 (Dance Is Life). Dumpstaphunk with Do You. Before Dumpstaphunk was The Bahama Soul Club sampling John Lee Hooker on, Never Roam No More. Before the Soul Club was Emma-Jean Thackray with Our People and Jam launched with 5,6,7,8. And with that, it’s time to lock it down for the week. I’m Tim McCormack your host an archivist for Friday Music and as always my Butch Cassidy in Northern California, executive producing our weekly shows is my nephew Collin McCormack. We finish up today by crossing the pond to hear a group we have not heard in a while from the 2008 album Only By The Night. This is the Kings Of Leon with Closer. So until next time around the sun remember to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music and may it be a bodacious Friday. Peace y’all! It’s all yours Collin, lock us down.
4,4,4,1 Welcome my friends of Friday Music as we sit smack dab in the middle of the August dog days of summer which will have no ill effects upon any of us because we have the mothership we can board and listen to show 408 of Friday Music. Of course it’s also the time of butter beans, piles of ripe tomatoes and of course sweet Homegrown corn. But let’s focus on the sound of sweet homegrown music. First ear of the day is homegrown in the British Isles. From 1972 this is The Kinks with Celluloid Heroes. Andy Grammer, Don’t Give Up On Me. Before Andy was John Hiatt with Long Time Comin’ before John was Bahamas out of the state of Tennessee from his 2009 album, Pink Strad. And his chart Lonely Loves. And The Kinks started the day off by putting us into orbit with their 1972 cut Celluloid Heroes from the album Everybody’s In Show -Buisness. MotherShip hmmmming right along now so let’s get right to set number two. A lovely woman with a lovely voice starts us off. This is Norah Jones with Tragedy. Michael Grimm with a right fine rendition of, You Can Keep Your Hat On. Before Michael we heard Joan Osborne with How Sweet It Is and before Joan The Commitments with Try A Little Tenderness. And we started off set number two with Norah Jones and the song titled, Tragedy. And here we are already at set number three. This is Arthur And The Emigrants along with Ray Davies with The Future. That was The James Hunter Six with In The Dark. Before James we heard the never disappointing Delbert McClinton with Rosy from Pick Of The Litter. Before Delbert, was Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox with It’s All About The Bass. And Arthur And The Emigrants started off set three with The Future. And that puts show 408 in the column of the archives of Friday Music. I’m Tim McCormack your host a Friday Music apply aided by my fine nephew Collin McCormack as our executive producer. And as always Collin and I remind you to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We come to the end today with the Appley titled, End Of The Line by The Traveling Wilbury’s. So until next Friday when we all meet up together again have yourselves a bodacious Friday and peace y’all! Go ahead on Collin finish it off.
Good morning my friends and welcome back to Friday Music, the month of August and show 407. The mothership is ready, I’m ready, Collins ready, and we hope you’re ready. So what say we get to it and give a listen to the Reverend Al Green apply aided by Joss Stone on his 2013 rendition of How Can You Mend A Broken Heart. The Bee Gees singing a beautiful old chart of theres titled Lonely Days. Before the Bee Gees we heard Janis Joplin on To Love Somebody. Before Janis was a sweet rendition of Too Much Heaven by Toronto Canada own Nylons. And Al Green started us off with, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart. That takes us to set number two which drops us into a brand new orbit along with a brand groove. This is the North Mississippi AllStars with Rollin’ N Tumblin’. That funky groove was by Philip Lassiter and Bernard Wright from the album Philthy and their chart Soul Music Pt. 1. Before Lassiter & Wright we heard Brass Against featuring Sophia Urista on a jammin’ cut titled Wake Up. And set two began with the North Mississippi Allstars and Rollin’ N Tumblin’. So I thought before the end summer gets completely away from us we should do at least one version of this song. I choose Chris Botti to lay it on your ears featuring on piano David Foster and this my friends is Summertime. Jeff Beck, with a tasty rendition of Charles Mingus’s Goodbye Pork Pie Hat. Before Brother Beck we heard Kwabs and the haunting Last Stand. Before Kwabs was Jane Siberry and K. D. Lang with Calling All Angels and set three began with Chris Botti and David Foster on Summertime. So there you have it my friends show 407 of Friday Music. I’m your host Tim McCormack and our executive producer in California is Collin McCormack and as always we remind you to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We tap out today with a chart by Smokey Robinson and he says this is the best cover of this song he has ever heard and it’s done by Human Nature. And the song Ooo Baby Baby. So until next time Around my friends, have yourselves a bodacious Friday, and peace y’all! Come on Collin play that sweet soul music one more time,
Wherever you are in the world, whatever you’re doing, welcome back to Friday Music and show 406. First, let me thank my daughter Oona Kyung for taking the helm last week and piloting us through the nighttime streets of Paris and providing us all with a tasty musical voyage. Well done sweetie. She raise the bar for her Da and let’s find out if I’m up to it. Gonna start off a bit on the mellow side this morning with a group I wandered crossed six or eight months ago and today we hear them for the first time on Friday Music. This is Hiatus Kaiyote with Jekyll. What say you put us on into orbit one for today show Collin. From the album Rockin’ The Blues released back in 1995, that was Little Milton with Grits Aint Groceries. Before Little Milton was Joss Stone and Jeff Beck Latin’ in down on I Put A Spell On You. Before Joss and Jeff we heard a cut that was recommended to me by a fellow listener of y’all out in Utah and my friend Sierra Madden and the cut was, Sex & Sadness by Madi Sipes and The Painted Blue. And we launched today with Hiatus Kaiyote with Jekyll. Set two begins with the album West of West by Dave Alvin from 2006. And the cut is Redneck Friend. That was the fine funky bass playing of Brian Bromberg from his album Thicker Than Water on the cut Uh-Huh. Before Brian we heard Brother Bill Weathers with You Got The Stuff. Before Bill we heard the baby brother of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimmy Vaughan on Be My Lovey Dovey. And Dave Alvin kicked off that set with Redneck Friend. And now we cruse on into orbit number three of the day with Foxwarren and the cut? Everything Apart. Thievery Corporation from their 2018 release, Treasures From The Temple and their chart titled San San Rock. Before Thievery Corporation we heard Late Night Radio from Reflective Tangents and featuring Borahm Lee with Find The Love. And Foxwarren let off set three with Everything Apart. And once again we find ourselves at the end of the road docking the mothership and moving on to our collective next move of the day. I’m Tim McCormack your host for Friday Music ably aided and abetted by the man with the talented touch producing our weekly shows, Collin McCormack way out there in Northern California. We’re going to finish up today with cut recommended by my youngest daughter Mailli. The chart is The Other Song and the group is Spirit. So until next time around remember to continue to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music and until I see you again have yourselves a bodacious Friday and peace y’all! Collin, do what you do so well.
Well good morning to you all and welcome back to Friday Music. If you remember I told you a couple weeks ago that we were going to have anther guest DJ for Friday music. Well, today is the today and sitting at the con is my darling middle daughter Oona. Im excited to hear what prime cuts of music shell be serving up today and what orbits she'll rotate us on into. So lets not wait another moment to find out what musical journey she has instore for us all. Oona, can't tell ya how delighted I am to turn the Mother Ship over to you. You now have the helm. Thank you, Dad. This is Friday Music, my name is Oona and I’ll be your host for our evening in Paris. For this week‘s Friday Music I find myself uniquely qualified to take you all on a tour de Paris avec moi, sauntering through the streets in the night taking you from one bar to the next featuring all of the music reminiscent of each of my haunts. And, In order to truly settle into the night, and sometimes for a good night cap, we make our way to Place Vendôme at the Ritz Hotel, Bar Hemingway. Sipping on a Fairy Hibiscus, this is the smoothest entry into our night... This is “Lady Luna” by Nora Orlandi. That was Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra with “Natascha”, Serge Gainsbourg with “Baudelaire”, Pinero Piccioni with “Playgirl 70” and Nora Orlandi with Lady Luna at the top of the set. Onto something a little Grungier, we always make our way to Pigalle in the 9th arrondissement, my favorite area in Paris. It is there where we find ourselves at a tiki bar dubbed Dirty Dick. The sounds here are both American and eclectic, much like the drinks. And when we get tired of drinking Asian Persuasions, we’ll hop across the street to bar Lipstick and smoke cigarettes inside. You can smell the smoke in this set. This is Kate Bush with “L’Amour Looks Something Like You”. That was Hand Habits with “Can’t Calm Down”, Patti Smith with “Kimberly”, Alex G with “Hope”, and Kate Bush with “L’Amour Looks Something Like You” at the top of the set. At this time, we finally we make our way towards Saint Germain, where ghouls gallop and fools collide. Nestling in for the night, we find ourselves at my most favorite haunt - Prescription Cocktail Club. With a bouncer at the front and the most charming bartenders in all of Paris, Prescription is the kind of place that rolls out shots and passes smokes down the bar, as the night draws on and on. I hope you can taste the egg whites and Saint Germain in this set finished up with a night cap salut. Here’s Tallisker with “Désir” That was Brenda Lee with “Emotions”, Mark Ronson featuring Angel Olson with “True Blue”, Françoise Hardy with “J’écoute de la musique saoûle”, and Tallisker with “Désir” at the top of the set. It’s always hard to say goodbye, but especially at the end of a night out in Paris. The best and true way to top off the night is with something for the soul. I’d listen to this song nearly every night, no matter how drunk I was — it was my little lullaby, and now it’s yours. This is “Elisa”, written and originally performed by the late Serge Gainsbourg. Here’s Jane Birkin, his muse and lover, live for her 2002 live album, Arabesque. And remember be safe, be kind, and may all your Friday’s be filled with music.
How you all doin’? We back and I’m ready to set sail on our musical mothership for this weeks Friday Music. Show 404. So sit back, relax and let the music soothe your soul. Up first this week is Thad Cockreel and Brittany Howard with a 2020 single release titled Higher. Come on Collin shove us away from the dock and launch us into that musical mist. That my friends was Durand Jones And The Indications from 2018 with Groove Baby. Before Brother Jones we heard, an interesting little ditty by Cake titled Thrills. Before Cake was Foy Vance with Norm Chomsky Is A Soft Revolution. And Thad Cockrell and Brittany Howard started off set number one with Higher. And now that we are a little bit higher let us move on into set number two of this weeks show and give a listen to the amazing Laura Mvula with She. That was Carrie Rodriguez singing La Ultima Vez. Before Carrie we heard Rickie Lee Jones and Blinded By The Hurt. Before Ricki, Aaron Neville and The Neville Brothers on the beautiful Arianne. And we began with the amazing voice of Laura Mvula on She. And just like that where at set number three. We drop into our final orbit with Jon Cleary from his album Dyna-Mite and his soulful stylings on Best Ain’t Good Enuff. Mercy me, Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones with a live funkup of Champagne And Reefer. Before Muddy and The Stones we heard Warren Zevon from his album Werewolves of London with Nighttime In The Switching Yard. Before Warren was JordanJohn with Make Way For The Funk and set three began with Jon Cleary and Best Ain’t Good Enuff. And there we have it. Time to pack up your pencil boxes and meet up right here with me again next week when we give a listen to show 405. I’m Tim McCormack your host for Friday Music and my partner in crime producing Friday Music is Collin McCormack. And as always we remind you to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We tap out today by giving a listen to Robert Randolph And The Family Band on I Need More Love. So until next time have yourself a bodacious Friday and peace y’all! Come on Collin, lay down that final groove.
Welcome back, it’s Friday Music time again. The mothership is primed and polished for launch to begin our first musical orbit of the day, which begins with The title cut from Irma Thomas’s 1964 release, and the title and cut is I Need Your Love So Bad. What say you Collin, roll on one. Mayer Hawthorne, and a little ditty title Only You. Before Mayer was Sly And The Family Stone from the album The Brazil Connection with their chart, It’s A Family Affair. Before Sly was Minus 8 and Professor Lexis with Body Moving and we launched with Irma Thomas doing I Need Your Love So Bad. That takes us to set number 2 of show 403. This is Nathan East and Eric Clapton covering Creams Can’t Find My Way Home. Ahh yes, Jacob Banks from his 2015 album Paradox we heard Grace. Before Jacob, from his live album Mac And His Music, we gave a listen to Dr. John featuring Terence Blanchard on Rain. And Nathan East and Eric Clapton began that set with Can’t Find My Way Home. We orbit on into set three with the group Audio Lotion and their cut titled Eclipse. The fabulous John Martyn and his haunting chart He’s Got All The Whiskey. Before John We heard Dee Dee Bridgewater with Why Am I Treated So Bad. Before Dee Dee was Annie Lennox with Train In Vain and Audio Lotion start off set number three with Eclipse. And with that we filed away show 403 and prepare ourselves for yet another guest DJ next week which I’m excitedly looking forward to because my middle daughter Oona is taking over the mothership for her musical take for show 404. Lookin’ forward to finding out what prime choice cuts of musical meat she will serve up to us all. So until next time my friends I’m Tim McCormack your host a Friday Music and in absolute lockstep with our executive producer in California Collin McCormack. Once again reminding you all to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We finish up today with the group Mr. President and the aptly titled Meet Again. So until we meet again have yourselves a bodacious friday and Peace y’all! Come on Collin let’s dot the I’s and cross the T’s on his puppy and finish up show 403.
Welcome back to Friday Music where the mothership is always ready to borrow your ears and fill them with music. And today we gonna funkafize your soul. That’s right, today is funky Friday. We will drop into our first orbit of the day with the title cut from the 2018 gold album from the band that has been bringing it hard since 1968. This is Tower Of Power with The Soul Side of Town. What do you say Collin, time to funk em up. Ahh yes, The Anthem by the man out of Detroit city, GRiZ along with Mike Avery. Before GRiZ from Jukestone Paradise we heard Pimps Of Joytime with Body Party. Paint The Toon by 6ix Toys before the Pimps featuring Connie Lush. And we grooved into orbit one with On The Soul Side Of Town by TOP. Gonna keep the funk goin’ in set two with The Fort Knox Five and Funk 4 Peace. She does goes down sweetly. Brother Strut poppin’ on Tequila. Before Brother Strut, Brian Culbertson with Get Ready. Before Get Ready we heard a soulful rendition of Sugadoo by Mingo Fishtrap. And Fort Knox Five started that set off with Funk 4 Peace. Well we grooving’ now so let’s keep it goin’ with set three and a fine cove by the band Lettuce and their take on Curtis Mayfield’s Move On Up. Soul Sound System by D/Troit and THATS D slash troit. Before D/Troit we heard It’s Not All About You by Lawrence and Lettuce led off that set with Move On Up. And there we have it, there it is I hope we put a little giddyup in your step today as we funkafized your soul. I’m Tim McCormack your host of Friday music who is always aply aided but the man with a plan Collin McCormack. Remember please continue to be safe be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music. We end off today where we started with a little taste of Tower Of Power. This is from their latest release which is a retrospective on their 50 years of quality funk done live at the Fox Theatre in Oakland California. So until next time around my friends have yourselves a bodacious Friday and peace y’all! Oh, and by the by this is You Ought Be Having Fun. Come on Collin finish off our Friday of funk.
After cracking the 400 show mark wonderfully hosted by our own executive producer Collin McCormack, we now move on to show 401. Welcome back to the mothership my friends as we begin our orbital sojourn towards show 500. And I promise you this, we will reach it. But first we have to do the first song of the first set of show 401. And that begins with Jeb Loy Nichols and his chart, Don’t Drop Me. But Collin, you can drop that stylus. That was Snarky Puppy, featuring Knower and Jeff Coffin on I Remember. Before Snarky Puppy we heard Honeydipper by Royce Wood Junior and we began with the tune, Don’t Drop Me by Jeb Loy Nichols. We begin set number two with Anders Osborne an the cut is Life Don’t Last That Long. Keisha Cole, beautifully singing Love. Before Keisha we heard Joss Stone live from Blackbird Studios with Walk With Me. And set number two began with, Anders Osborne and Life Don’t Last That Long. Set number Three takes us to a group that I think it’s time to hear one more time. The dramatic song stylings of The Tiger Lillies and the song is XYZ. That was Blake Mills with his new single titled, If I’m Unworthy. Before Blake was Lake Street Dive with, Better Than. Before Lake Street Dive we heard Little Village and Big Love. And The Tiger Lillies began set number three, with XYZ. And that is our first show since crossing the 400th show milestone. There may be some changes as we sail forward, But what hasn’t changed is that I’m Tim McCormack your host and archivist for Friday Music and I am brilliantly aided by our executive producer Collin McCormack and as always we will remind you to be safe, be kind and may all your Fridays be filled with music, and we will always leave you with one more song and today’s final cut will be served up Bobby “Blue” Bland with Memphis Monday Morning. Now go on out there and have yourselves a bodacious Friday! Peace y’all