Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Greg Adams's Short Story

Still trying to catch up to Greg we are posting another of Greg's short storeis.  Posted on East Bay Soul's facebook page September 5th 2010

Greg writes:  2003...Being known primarily as an arranger for horn oriented music is my legacy. And of that I'm very proud. It's both flattering and humbling when my writing is identified by listeners as "my sound". Over the last 40 years I've had the pleasure of participating on several major recording sessions and I still to this day get a thrill when I hear something I know is going to be very special. One of my true loves, though, is writing for strings. I caught the bug early when I did the strings for You're Still A Young Man on Bump City. From then on, it was always a thrill on each project the day arrived when we would be cutting the orchestra. Conducting is like a drug! I've had the good fortune to work with some of the finest string players in L.A. and New York. Also the Metropole Orchestra in Amsterdam. What a band THAT is...But Amsterdam is another story altogether. The food. The coffee shops. But I digress. Back to the strings.

One of my favorite two people in the world are Miwa Yoshida and Masa Nakamura. They are the super pop group Dreams Come True from Tokyo. I've arranged and played on numerous CDs with them over the last 15 years. I'm sure you can remember me talking of them in past SSS's. Miwa also has 2 solo projects to her credit. They are entitled Beauty And Harmony and Beauty And Harmony 2. The string date for B and H 2 was recorded at Sony Studios in New York City. Here is the story. Miwa and Masa, her producer on her B and H 2 lined up a stellar cast of musicians for this CD. We recorded in L.A. and N.Y.C. ( see the line up of players following ) She composed a song of but a single melody. No chords. She then asked me to write it for strings and take it where I wanted to. It was kind of like taking a charcoal drawing and making it into an oil painting. I spent alot of time on it because it just had to be right for her. It had to reflect her...

My role as an arranger is to become a chameleon of sorts and, while bringing my sound to the song, morphing myself into the artist's own sense of who they are and giving a proper representation of where they are going in their song. This can be the difficult part for some, but to me it comes very easy. Especially with Miwa. Day of session. Sony has very tight security and you have to go through metal detectors to enter the building. I got there early and as some the orchestra started to arrive, we learned of a commotion at security. We later found out that one of the violists was packing heat. I kid you not. Oh boy....And he was not giving it up. Scratch one viola from the date. Now you have to know here that Miwa has no idea what I've done here with her melody and I am not capable of playing this arrangement on the piano. I know what it sounds like in my mind though, and I'm anxious for her to hear it. The players are all in their seats and I go into the studio to discuss tempo and bow marks, etc. We do a couple of run throughs to warm up and get the kinks out. Al Schmitt, our engineer says, "Let's make one, then come in and take a listen". We do just that. I go into the booth to hear how it sounds. I ask Miwa, "Do you like it?" She turns to me with tear in her eye and a big smile. I have my answer. These musical moments are magic for me.

For more on Greg Adams go to http://www.eastbaysoul.com/ or http://www.gregadamsmusic.com/

Lon Bronson this Thursday at the M Resort in Las Vegas

From Lon Bronson:
"Tower Of Power Band members, (Doc, Larry, Rocco, & Tom - maybe more), scheduled to sit in with our Project "M" Band this Thursday night, Ravello Lounge, at 9:30pm!

Seeing The Gods of Tower this up close and personal in a room the size of Ravello will be awesome - don't miss it...

Come out and join us at the M Resort's Ravello Lounge this Thursday (9:30pm), Friday (9:30pm) and Saturday (10pm), September 30-October 2nd."

Monday, September 27, 2010

East Bay Soul's-Sweet Soul Christmas Announcement

For Immediate Release

23 September 2010

Contact: Andrea Adams 818.609.9528

Email: andrea@almmanagement.com






Every strand of music seems to pass through one particular crossroads – Christmas music.

This holiday season and SWEET SOUL CHRISTMAS is a natural pairing, since each focus a lot on love, joy and happiness.

Performing classic Christmas songs with a mix of jazz and soul, Grammy and Emmy nominated trumpeter Greg Adams arrangements herald in the season and the soulful R& B vocals by Darryl Walker caress the timeless lyrics of your favorite holiday music.

Adams is a founding member of the super horn band Tower Of Power, Greg’s arrangements made the horn section a sought out entity all it’s own. Greg’s soulful trumpet and Darryl’s awe-inspiring lead vocals blend passion and warmth with every note.

Now add the incredibly dynamic sax man Michael Paulo, the masterful drumming of Herman Matthews, and the charismatic Lee Thornburg joining Greg on trumpet and backing vocals, the renowned group

East Bay Soul goes world class.

Completing the ensemble is a band that has toured together for eight years, and played with numerous luminary artists. With Johnny Bamont on alto, tenor, baritone saxophones and flute, Joey Navarro on keyboards, Brian Allen on bass, James Wirrick on guitar, and Johnny Sandoval on percussion. Ten soulful members and a music extravaganza that will remind you of what you loved most about music and the sprit of the holiday season!


Sweet Soul Christmas is the ultimate Christmas experience capturing all of the inspiration, and nostalgia of the Holiday Season. Add the benefit of vision, musical “ know how” and the insight that comes through genuine affection and friendship - and you have the recipe for making very special holiday memories.


This Christmas Donny Hathaway

The Christmas Song

Winter Wonderland

Christmas Time Charlie Brown

Have Your Self A Merry Little Christmas

Silver Bells

I’ll Be Home For Christmas

Sleigh Ride

Merry Christmas, Baby

What Christmas Means To Me Stevie Wonder

…and many more

For Promoters and Talent Buyers: East Bay Soul is available Fall/Winter 2010

Headline/ Corporate/ Casinos • Available to Package/ Support 2010

Greg Adams And East Bay Soul’s partial list of performances include:

The Berks Jazz Fest, Reading PA

Yoshi’s SF, San Francisco, CA

Anthology, San Diego, CA

Rams Head Tavern, Annapolis, MD

Kettle Moraine Jazz Festival, West Bend, WI

Blues Alley, Washington, DC

Gerald Veasley Jazz Base, Reading, PA

Spaghettini’s, Seal Beach, CA

Peppermill Casino Resort, Reno, NV

Temecula Wine and Music Festival, Temecula, CA

Festival Of The Arts, Laguna Beach, CA

Las Vegas City Of Light Jazz and Blues Festival, Las Vegas, NV

Jazz On The Vine, Elkhart, WI

Scullers, Boston, MA

Groove In the Grove Concert Series, LA Quinta, CA

Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival, Avalon, CA

Cocopah Resort and Casino, Yuma, AZ

For more information about The Band • The Music • The Message • The Truth

Visit: http://www.eastbaysoul.com/

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Updated Station Playlist....09-25-2010

Current play list has new music from Roger Smith's soon to be released CD Rosco's Place 2.  New to Horn Driven Radio, is music from August The Band, Tortilla Factory, and Eli "Playboy" Reed.  Plus we have in our rotation music from the recent winner of America's Got Talent, and friend of Horn Driven Radio, Michael Grimm.  We will post links to these artists later this weekend.  As always the play list is in artist order and not order of play.

***Ain't No Thang--Sister Long Legs
***Al Kooper--Wrestle With This
***Ambergris--Chocolate Pudding
***Anna King--That's When I Cry
***August The Band--Don't Change Horses
***August The Band--Go Down Gamblin'
***August The Band--Run Back To Mama
***Average White Band--Oh, Maceo
***Back To Basic--Show Me
***Band of Oz--Wall to Wall
***Barela--Just To Say Your Sorry
***Barry Danielian--Tasawwuf
***Big Band Der Bundeswehr--Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
***BIG HORNS BEE--Vamp Intro (Reprise)
***Bill Bergman & The Metro Jets--The Ninth Of September
***Bill Evans--The Shorty Shuffle
***Bill Withers, G Washington--Just the Two of Us
***Bing & The Bingtones--Old Soul Music
***Blood, Sweat & Tears--Lucretia MacEvil
***BlowZone--Pocket Change
***Bobby Purify--Somebody's Gotta Do it
***Bobby Wayne--Soul's Got A Sound
***Bononia Sound Machine--Childred Of The Sun
***Bononia Sound Machine--Doin' It TOP Style
***Bradley Leighton--She's Gone
***Brecker Brothers--Sneakin' Up Behind You
***Brooklyn Soul Organization--Trouble in the house
***Brothers Of The Southland--Rock And Roll Survivor
***Bull City Syndicate--Brother Man
***Calvin Arnold--Satisfy My Women
***Candy Dulfer--Valdez In The Country
***Chad Rager Groove--Whipping Post
***Charles Wright--Express Yourself
***Chase--Handbags And Gladrags
***Chester Thompson--Weird Harold
***Chicago--25 Or 6 To 4
***Chris Cain--Wake up and Smell the Coffee
***Chuck Mangione--Children Of Sanchez (Theme)
***Cold Blood--I Just Want To Make Love To You
***Cracked Ice--New Shade Of Bue
***Dan Penn--Zero Willpower
***Darrell Nulisch--My Baby's Gone
***Dave Brubeck--Take Five
***Dave Koz--The Dance
***Dave Weckl Band--Tower Of Inspiration
***David Sanborn--sentimental-layla
***Delbert McClinton--Maybe Someday Baby
***Delta Wires--J.B. In Oakland (Pass The Peas)
***Dko the Darren Kramer Organization--Quench!
***Doctor Funk--Livin In Bump City
***Doug And The Slugs--It's Got To Be Monday
***Dr. John--Goin' Back To New Orleans
***Dyke & The Blazers--Let A Woman Be A Woman - Let A Man...
***East 4th HornS--Trought The Fire
***East Bay Soul--East Bay Soul
***Eddie Floyd--Knock On Wood
***Eli Paperboy Reed--I Found You Out
***Eli Paperboy Reed--Come And Get It
***Eli Paperboy Reed--Help Me
***Eric Bolvin--Suburban Bourbon
***Euge Groove--Hide And Seek
***Evie Sands--Signed, Sealed, Delivered
***Fishbelly Black--Freaks Gonna Rule The World
***Four 80 East--Loosey Goosey
***Frank Biner--Ain´t None So Blind
***Funk Filharmonik--We Get The Notion
***Funk Filharmonik--Everybody Get Down
***Funkiphino--Hold On
***Glenn Walters   --Pain In My Heart
***Gota Yashiki --What's Up Charlie
***Grant Smith And The Power--Keep On Running
***Greg Adams--The Crossing
***Grover Washington, Jr.--Winelight
***Hamilton Loomis--Take A Number (Stand In Line)
***Heavy Metal Horns--Grease It
***Herb Albert--Rise
***Here Come the Mummies--Bump
***Hip Service--Hip2DaFunk
***Horny Funk Brothers--Come Together
***Huey Lewis And The News--(She's) Some Kind Of Wonderful
***J.J. Jackson--But It's Alright
***Jack Mack & Heart Attack--I Found A Love
***Jacob Merlin--Monster
***James Brown--Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
***James Taylor--Whenever Your Ready
***Jay Soto--Slammin'
***Jazz Rosco--Let The Band Play
***Jazz Rosco--No Lie
***Jeff Golub--Cold Duck Time
***Jim Byrnes--Every Waking Moment
***John Findlay--Intoxicated
***John Shipley--From The Ending
***Jon R. Smith--Rainy Night In Georgia
***Kal David--That's Not Me
***King Beez--Against The Grain
***Larry Carlton--Friday Night Shuffle
***Lighthouse--One Fine Morning (Canadian Mix)
***Line Drive--You've Gotta Believe In Something
***Little Mike & The Sweet Soul Music Band--Free Ride
***Lon Bronson--This Story Must Be Told
***Louise Hoffsten--Shut Up And Kiss Me
***Lowell Fulson--Black Nights
***Luther Kent--That's The Way Love Is
***Luther Kent & the Forever Fabulous Chickenhawks Showband & All-Star Revue--Pocky Way
***Mark Dolin--The Parkin' Lot Hang
***Max Carl & Big Money--Show Me The Money
***Maynard Ferguson--Give It One
***MGB-Mic Gillette Band--Moondoggie
***Michael Grimm--Hold On I'm Comin'
***Michael Grimm--Tired Of Being Alone
***Michael Grimm--You Can Leave Your Hat On
***Natalie Cole--This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
***Otis Redding--Hard To Handle
***The Blues Brothers--Going Back to Miami
***The Boogie Kings--You Don't Know Me
***The Buckinghams--Kind of a Drag
***The California Honeydrops--When It Was Wrong
***The Chops Band--Up For The Downstroke
***The Commitments--Try A Little Tenderness
***The Dirty Dozen Brass Band--Sissy Strut
***The Down Child Blues Band--I Got Everything I Need
***The Groove Hogs--Shoulda Read The Rules
***The Ides Of March--Vehicle
***Tortilla Factory--This Connection
***Tortilla Factory--Stand By Me
***Tortilla Factory--Cookin

Friday, September 24, 2010

Greg Adams Short Story

We missed the last few weeks of short stories that Greg writes on the East Bay Soul facebook page, so we will be publishing a couple of them this week.  Greg wrote the following item on September 5th.

Greg writes: Sunday Feb. 25, 2007. "I was called to do the Jimmy Kimmel as a supplimental musician at the last minute. The call time was for 10:00 AM. I never turn down TV. The dough is good and you get your mug on the boober, hopefully. Which is never a bad thing, right? The night before I was at ...Spaghettini's in Seal Beach with my band featuring Deniece Williams. The plan was to go to their Sunday brunch and sing, play and sign CDs. Instead, Andrea took Deniece to brunch while I drove to Hollywood for my early call time. I later learned they had eggs benedict and smoked salmon. It is an excellent spot for a brunch with great food.

The reason I just went through that last thing about food was that I was not going to see much that day in the way of quality sustainence. No eggs benny for me. We had instruction to park at a designated lot about a mile away. We would then be shuttled in to the studio where the show was taped. Oh, I forgaot one little thing: It was Oscar night across the street at the Kodak Theater. Security? Oh boy. The police basically shut down the entire area of Hollywood and Vine. They do not want any surprises. They even seal manhole covers. They wanted everybody on the Kimmel in and buttoned up by noon

There were 5 of us on the cast for the show. Violin, cello, clarinet, flute, French horn and yours truly on trumpet. The guests that night were Ellen DeGeneres, a new and relatively unknown singer named Gaga and Dr. Phil. That's when we found out our fate. All 5 of us were going to be transformed to Dr. Phil clones. Oh, and two of our group were women. And one of the girls was Asian. And one of the guys is black. What the %#&@! How are they gonna pull that one off? In make-up for about 3, yes 3 hours and I guess anyone can be made to look like Dr. Phil. Perish the thought. Everyone except myself had flesh color skull caps applied. I did not need one. Be kind everyone. Thank you. Then the ring of hair was applied, I got that because of my short blond hair, where I still have it. Oh, and the moustashe. Somewhere along the line in this endless day we were allowed to go to the commissary for lunch.

After lunch we were taken to wardrobe. Since it was Oscar night they are fitting us all in tuxedos. Of course, ill fitting tuxedos at that. Wouldn't have it any other way, right? Now here's the good news. It's now about 4 PM. We don't go on the air until midnight!! That's TV for you. Hurry up and wait. Of course we did camera blocking and several rehearsals, but it was brutal. I was sure earning my money that day. After the run throughs we just hung around in our dressing room watching TV.

Also on the show was a girl who at the time was one of the cast of a game show I can't remember the name of. Howie Mandel was the host and there were all these babes with silver Halliburton briefcases walking down stairs in unison. Anyone out there remember that show? Anyway, this girl, Anja was her name, was a ravishing blonde. I'm sure she still is. She was hired to be in a skit during the show, and she really didn't have a dressing room so she hung with us. After introducing myself, I told her that my trumpet was a Monette AJNA. Anja. Ajna. Get it? She didn't. Showtime is finally here! By now the girls are starting to freak out about the the hair and makeup thing. Hell, all of us were. All these hours in this get up and we are only on stage for about 2 minutes. We lip synched something to play the good Dr. to the desk with Jimmy. When we were finished, you never saw 5 people run to a dressing room so fast in your life. You don't want to see someone changing? Turn your back. So, here were 5 people pulling wigs, facial hair and clothes off in record time. By the time everyone turned around, we were all dressed. Up to makeup to get cleaned up and to the shuttle to get the you know what out of there...

Fast forward to about 6 months ago. I sat in with Huey Lewis And The News at the Club Nokia here in LA. Kimmel, who hangs with Huey and the guys when they are in town, was there to introduce them for the show. Huey introduced me and I related the story of that show to him. He remembered all too we...ll. "That was brutal for you guys, huh?" he said. "Yeah." I said, " But you can call me back anytime. Just as long as it's not Dr. Phil"."

For more on Greg Adams go to his web site at http://www.gregadamsmusic.com/ or http://www.eastbaysoul.com/.  If your on Facebook you can find these stories as they are originally writtn at www.facebook.com/pages/East-Bay-Soul/89889972722?ref=ts

Thursday, September 23, 2010

TOP Ten things Tower of Power does while in Seattle for 4 days By Al Carlos

10. Go to Pikes market and squeeze the melons.

9. Take the underground tour to find old friends from Berkeley still hiding.

8. Visit the Roger Smith Tower.

7. Go to the worlds first Starbucks and thank them for coffee keeping them on road all these years.

6. Explain to Rocco that the Needle is not literally from Space.

5. Work on a funk cover version the grunge tune Teen Spirit.

4. Go to Seahawk Game in Raider gear and start plucking birds.

3. Visit Woodland park zoo, and search for Pecker Woods.

2. Jazz Alley catting

1. Investigate if Rainier beer was named after the mountain or the other way around.

Monday, September 13, 2010

TOP Ten signs your TOP 40th anniversary Fillmore DVD is a bootleg By Al Carlos

10.Burchie (TOP fan Bob Burchfield) is in the foreground playing bagpipes.

9. Super fan Susan Aceves sitting quietly and not causing any trouble.

8. The tall guy playing the Selmer is wearing a purple turban.

7. The picture keeps moving violently, getting restroom wall shots and ambient rude noises.

6. All the extra guys on stage are in police uniforms.

5. A dueling banjo and yodeling encore.

4. The losing lying punks from Monster Cable are taking credit for it.

3. The music sounds great but the only visual is a 20 minute picture of horn section shoes.

2. Lady Gaga was there wearing a tuxedo made out of neck bones

1. It came out already.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Larry Braggs with the Lon Bronson All-Star Band

Tomorrow night, Larry Braggs lead vocalist for Tower Of Power, will once again be sitting in with Lon Bronson and the All-Star Band at the Green Valley Ranch here in Las Vegas area.  Show time is at 9:00 PM Thursday and runs until 11:00 PM.  For more information go to www.lonbronson.com or www.greenvalleyranchresort.com

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

New Music From Roger Smith-Rosco's Place 2

Roger Smith's new CD “Rosco's Place 2” will be out this October. HornDrivenRadio.com is pleased to announce that we now have in our rotation (playing several times) one of the songs from this new release. The title of the song is "Party Up" and features Mic Gillette playing all the trumpet/Trombone parts, and Tom Politzer playing all the saxophone parts. As you know Mic, Tom, and Roger are all members of "Tower Of Power". Over the next few weeks we will be adding more songs from this great CD, and we hope to have some artwork available as well, plus an announcement of the CD's release at Strokeland Records, and other outlets.

For more info on Roger go to www.rogersmith.net, www.jazzrosco.com

Friday, September 3, 2010

Updated Playlist

Happy Labor Day Weekend Everyone!

Below is our current playlist uploaded today. As always this list is in artist order and not in order of play.

***Big Sam's Funky Nation---Big Ol' Booty
***Bononia Sound Machine---Get Back
***Bononia Sound Machine---TWISU
***Chuck Brown & Eva Cassidy---Let The Good Times Roll
***DR. MUSIC---On The Road
***East Bay Soul---Five To Eleven
***East Bay Soul---Jump, Shout & Holler
***Groove Corporation---Blind Man With A Cigarette
***Hamilton Loomis---Take A Number (Stand In Line)
***Michael Grimm---I've Been Loving You
***Mick Sterling & The Stud Brothers---Jackie Wilson Said
***Mighty Sam McClain---Long Train Runnin'
***Mike Reilly---Whos Been Sleeping In My Bed
***Mingo Fishtrap---In The Bank
***Molasses---Straight From The Players
***Muscle Shoals Horns---More Than Ever Now
***MYRA BARNES---Super Good (Parts 1 & 2)
***Neville Brothers---Vodoo
***New York Horns---Bring That Friend Of Yours
***Nick Lane---An Inside Joke
***Nils Gessinger---Jam It Up
***Nils Gessinger---Soulmusic
***Nils Landgren---Give it up
***Nils Landgren---Simple Life
***O.V. Wright---Born All Over
***Otis Grand---Finish Line w/Curtis Selgado
***Pamela Rose---The One That Got Away
***Pat O'Donnell---Tee Time
***Patrick Allen---You Lit A Fire In Me
***Paul Craver---Macon Memphis and Muscle Shoals
***Paul Langille---Talk Is Cheap
***Paulo Mendoca---Respect
***Pee Wee Ellis---Cold Sweat / Licking Stick Licking Stick
***Pete Escovedo---Esta Noche
***Peter Friestedt---There ain't nothin' (wings of joyful thinkin')
***Peter Friestedt---Time To Play
***Phantom Blues Band---Think
***Phoebe Snow---Best Of My Love
***Players Association---Ride The Groove
***Poncho Sanchez---Shotgun Slim
***Prime Time Funk---Ready And Willing
***Quincy Jones---Turn On The Action
***Raphael Wressnig & Alex Schultz---What's Going On
***Ray Charles---Still Crazy After All These Years
***Rented Mule---Massapoag Jaunt
***Reuben Wilson---Movin' On
***ReUnion---Willing to Learn
***Richard Elliot---The Boys From The Bay
***Richard Smith---Sing A Song
***Rick Braun---Down and Dirty
***Rippopotamus---Fanfare Of Funk
***Robbin Thompson & Steve Bassett---Sweet Virginia Breeze
***Robert Peckman---Stirrin' Up Bees
***Rod Hedland---Someday
***Roger Smith---Fiesta
***Roger Smith---Miss Wiggle (So What!)
***Rufus Thomas---Barefootin'
***Sage---Nobody Does It Like You
***Sage---Take Me Back to the City
***Sanford & Townsend---Smoke From A Distant Fire
***Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns---Ain't That Peculiar
***Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns---When The Curtain Goes Up
***Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns---Wishing Well
***Santana---Everybody´s Everything
***Santana---Watch Your Step
***Scott Martin Latin Soul Band---Pork Choppin'
***Scott Martin---Fried Neckbones
***Seawind---What cha doin'
***Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings---100 Days
***Shilts---Stax Of Sax
***Shirley Scott & The Soul Saxes---It's Your Thing
***Sly & The Family Stone---Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
***Smokin' With Superman---2 Sweet Fine Hams
***Soul Stew---Love And Happiness
***Soulbop---Midnight Hour
***Soulpatrol---Get Up!
***Southside Johnny---Cadillac Jack
***Spyders---I Can Take Care of Myself
***Spyro Gyra---Morning Dance
***Stefan Redtenbacher---Fred's Haus
***Steve Ferrone---Pick Up The Pieces
***Steve Hilliam---Take Ur Pick
***Stevie Wonder---If You Really Love Me
***Strokeland Superband---Bumped Up To First Class
***Super Funky Express---One More Dance
***Tad Robinson---Too Late To Turn Back Now
***Ten Wheel Drive---Tightrope
***The Bamboos---Keep Me In Mind
***The Bamboos---Turn It Up
***The California Honeydrops---When It Was Wrong
***The Rascals---Jungle Walk
***The Sons of Champlin---Tabacco Road
***The Soul Children---Who Is She (And What Is She To You) - The Soul Children
***THE SUN MESSENGERS---Late Night Cruise
***The Super Groovers---Super Groover
***Tito Nieves---I Won't Last A Day Without You
***Toler/Townsend Band---Full Time Fool
***Tom Saviano---JP's Groove
***Tom Scott---Sarah, Sarah
***Tommy Castro---Big Sisters Radio
***Tower of Power---Come To A Decision
***Tower Of Power---I Like Your Style
***Tower Of Power---Pocketful Of Soul
***Van Morrison---Moondance
***Various Artists---Standing On Shaky Ground - Delbert McClinton
***Vernon Garrett---I'm Not Gonna Go Down
***Warren Hill---Easy
***Was (Not Was)---I Can't Turn You Loose
***Wayne Cochran---Goin' Back To Miami
***Wet Willie---Weekend (full version)
***Whiskey Howl---Everythings Gonna Be Alright
***Willie Hutch---Love Runs Out
***Willie Mitchell---30-60-90
***Wilson Pickett---Do You Like Good Music
***Win Marcinak---ESP
***Yoichi Murata---Ready For Your Love
***Zen Blues Quartet---What A Life