Star Time #20: Pay to the Piper

I'd call this a "pot-pourri" if that didn't make me think of inedible flowers and quiz-show categories. All four of our professed decades get at least some coverage in #20. Highlights include mellow saxophones, love-pugilism metaphors, the Boogaloo, a vulture, a penguin, P-Funk once removed, and Harold Alexander's amazing attempt to sing along to his own flute solo. The goods, brought.

Originally broadcast on on May 29, 2017.

Set 1
Roy Montrell(Every Time I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone1956Specialty
Charles "Mad Dog" SheffieldI Got FeverunknownGoldband
Mike PedicinBurnt Toast and Black Coffee1961Federal
Marie KnightMake Yourself at Home1964Diamond
Theresa LindseyI'll Bet You1966Golden World
Billie PooleThem Blues1963Riverside
Carl HallMean It Baby1967Loma
Roman CarterQueen Bee1968Jewel
Jimmey "Soul" Clark(I'll Be Your Champion) I'll Be Your Winner1967Soulhawk
Set 2
The AdorablesDeep Freeze1964Golden World
Nola & the Soul RockersReach Down and Get ItunknownGoldleaf
Delegates of SoulI'll Come Running Back1970Uplook
Don GardnerMy Baby Likes to Boogaloo1966Tru-Glo-Town
Betty LloydI'm Catching On1965BSC
Irene & the ScottsI'm Stuck On My Baby1967Smash
Little Johnny Hamilton & the Soul PackThe Git Down (Part 1)unknownAce
Harold AlexanderMama Soul1971Flying Dutchman
Set 3
Chairmen of the BoardPay to the Piper1970Invictus
Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm BandI Got Love1970Warner Bros.
Lunar FunkMr. Penguin (Part 1)1972Bell
ZulemaTelling the World Good-Bye1973Sussex
Labi SiffreThe Vulture1974EMI (UK)
Al GreenTired of Being Alone1971Hi
Gladys Knight & the PipsNo One Could Love You More1975Soul
Set 4/Outro
CameoStand Up1977Chocolate City
Bernie WorrellMuch Thrust1978Arista
Rufus featuring Chaka KhanHollywood1977ABC Dunhill
Linda CliffordRunaway Love1978Curtom
Kid Creole & the CoconutsGoing Places1981Sire/ZE
Teddy PendergrassClose the Door1978Philadelphia Int'l

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