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Playlist with Laura (archive)

Sunday, May 13, 2018 | 11:00 to 12:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
* Charley Crockett Ain't Gotta Worry Child Lonesome As a Shadow Son of a Davy/Thirty Tigers
Ruby Andrews Uh! Uh! Boy, That's a No No Just Loving You: The Zodiac Sessions 1967-1973 Grapevine
Lady Wray Let It Go Queen Alone Big Crown
* The O'Jays Now He's Home Eccentric Soul: The Saru Label Numero Group
Eula Cooper Mr. Henry Let Our Love Grow Higher Numero Group
Dusty Springfield Just a Little Lovin' Dusty in Memphis Rhino
Matthew E. White Hot Hot Hot Outer Face Spacebomb/Domino
* ColePritt Sense of Micro Spinupp
Jamila Woods Emerald Street HEAVN Jagjaguwar feat. Saba
* Melissa Laveaux Kouzen Radyo Siwel No Format!
Charles Bradley & LaRose Jackson Luv Jones Luv Jones Daptone
Natalie Prass My Baby Don't Understand Me Natalie Prass Spacebomb
Shelby Lynne Your Lies I Am Shelby Lynne Island
* Chuck Stephens Paying for Your Love Paying For Your Love b/w Let's Get Nasty Soul Junction
Ann Peebles A Love Vibration The Hi Records Years The Right Stuff/Hi Records
* Durand Jones and the Indications Is It Any Wonder Durand Jones and the Indications Dead Oceans