Night Train playlist for 01/02/2013

Sam Engel
Artist Title Album Label Link
James Brown People Get Up Drive Your Funky Soul
Sly and the Family Stone Hot Fun in the Summertime
Johnnie Taylor Take Care of Your Homework
Cliff Nobles Love is Alright
Diana Ross and the Supremes Come See About Me
Aretha Franklin Eleanor Rigby
Bill Brandon Full Grown Lovin' Man
Kool and the Gang It's Too Late; Get Down on It
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Let Them Knock
Marvin Gaye If I Could Build My Whole World Around You
Otis Redding Cigarettes and Coffee
Sir Mac Rice Love Sickness
Booker T and the MGs Slim Jenkins Place
Gladys Knight and the Pips Heard it Through the Grape Vine
Tommie Young You Can't Have Your Cake and Eat it Too
Clarence Paul and the Members Operation Breadbasket
The Delfonics La-La Means I Love You
Otis Redding It's Too Late
James Brown Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine
Ohio Players Feel the Beat (Everybody Dicso)
Sam and Dave I Thank You
Aaron Neville Hercules
The Temptations I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
Curtis Mayfield Give Me Your Love
Parliament P. Funk (Wants to get funked up)
Al Green Take Me To the River
The Marvelettes Please Mr. Postman
Betty Wright He's Bad Bad Bad
The Meters Groovy Lady
Maceo Parker Pass the Peas; Soul Power
The Gap Band Shake
James Brown Don't Be A Dropout; Give It Up or Turn It a Loose
Otis Redding Satisfaction; Chain Gang
Curtis Mayfield You've Been Cheatin'; Man Oh Man
Ohio Players Jive Turkey
Isley Brothers Liquid Love Pt. 1 and 2
Kool & the Gang More Funky Stuff
The Sould Tornadoes Crazy Legs; Free
The Xplosions Wait a Minute
Kool & the Gang Get Down On It
Con Funk Shun Confunkshunizeya
Kurtis Blow The Breaks
Parliament Mothership Connection (Star Child); Doctor Funkenstein
Aretha Franklin Night Life; Today I Sing the Blues
The Temptations Everything is Going to Be Alright
Marvin Gaye Got to Give It Up Pt. 1
Otis Redding Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
Al Green Full of Fire
James Brown Mother Popcorn Pt. 1 & 2
William DeVaughan Be Thankful for What You've Got
Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

First half by Henry Hector