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A psychedelic mix from The Shake. Taking us through time and other dimensions and back to toyland...

"Psych-out!"

Tracklist:

  1. Out of this world - Tony Hatch
  2. Love trip - Tony Church and the Crusade
  3. Of dreams - Morgen
  4. Love is where it is - Cordells
  5. For goodness sake - Tommy Vann and the Professionals
  6. Run shaker life - Paul Nicholas
  7. Du hast mich - Howard Carpendale
  8. I cannot stop you - The Cherry Slush
  9. Comin' on strong - Tony Ritchie
  10. In my mind lives a forest - The Rainy Daze
  11. Dawn is breaking - New Colony Six
  12. Yesterday's folks - The Mustard Family
  13. Sunset show - Sense of Humor
  14. Make me some love - Knights Bridge
  15. 1906 - West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
  16. In the past - We The People
  17. Strange mysterious sounds - The Spike Drivers
  18. Winter woman - Ro-d-ys
  19. Trans-love airways (fat angel) - The Crystal Ball
  20. Don't take the night away - Pleasure

An "After the party" mix recorded by OOS dj Brother Jonno. Recorded after a top night in september 2014. Here's a few dancefloor fillers from the night before and more besides...

"After the Party"

Tracklist:

  1. Frank Popp - Hip Teens
  2. Bobby Byrd - Hot pants, I'm coming
  3. Dyke and the Blazers - We got more soul
  4. Dee Dee Sharp - What kind of lady
  5. Hector Rivera - At the party
  6. Little Hank - Mister Bang Bang Man
  7. Mongo Santamaria - We got Latin soul
  8. Cindy Scott - I love you baby
  9. Little Willie John - Leave my kitten alone
  10. Charlie McCoy - Screamin', Shoutin', Beggin', Pleadin'
  11. Hank Ballard and The Midnighters - Hoochi Coochi Coo
  12. Jimmy McCracklin - Georgia Slop
  13. Major Lance - It's the beat
  14. Leroy Taylor - Takin' my time
  15. Gil Scott Heron - The Bottle
  16. Ray Barretto - New York Soul
  17. Sharon Jones - I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in
  18. The Equals - Black skin blue eyed boys

A mix recorded by The Shake for top Utrecht '50s style boutique "Notorious".

Blast off...

"A Notorious Mix"

Tracklist:

  1. Blast off to love - 'Jocko' Henderson.
  2. Sinner not a saint - Trini Lopez.
  3. Chimpanzee - Count Yates.
  4. Laisse tomber les filles - France Gall.
  5. Deeper shade of soul - Ray Barretto.
  6. Emulsified - Rex Garvin.
  7. Power of love - Mel Torme.
  8. Beatnik - The Champs.
  9. C'est pas prudent - Alice Donna.
  10. House of Jack - James Royal.
  11. These boots are made for walking - Ella Fitzgerald.
  12. Shoes - Bobby Bland.
  13. Getting mighty crowded - Betty Everett.
  14. That's when the tears start - The Blossoms.
  15. It'll never over for me - Timi Yuro.
  16. The Thigh - Kent Gomez.
  17. Seven day fool - Etta James.
  18. You ain't no big thing - Sam and Dave.
  19. When things get a little better - Oscar Boyd.
  20. Hootchi Kootchi - Dora Hall.
  21. What do you think you're doing now - Billy Fury.
  22. What now - Duffy Power.
  23. Tu n'es pas venu - Nancy Holloway.
  24. Goo-goo muck - Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads.
  25. Born to lose - Dion.

A top selection of '45s from Out Of Sight regular Brother Jonno. Recorded in May 2013 at the Shake-Shack for a radio show of that time, standing up for toe-tappers and twisters alike...

"Brother Jonno"

Tracklist:

  1. Hey sister - Monguito Santamaria.
  2. I surrender - Bonny St. Claire.
  3. Real thing - Mel Britt.
  4. Nothing can compare to you - Velvet Satins.
  5. I'm gonna try - Carol Fran.
  6. I'm coming home - Kai Winding and Orchestra.
  7. I like the way you dance - Salt and Pepper.
  8. All night worker - Rufus Thomas.
  9. What did I do wrong - Paul Flagg.
  10. Why, when you can't get what you want (you don't want it no more) - Bob Cain.
  11. The train kept a -rollin - The Johnny Burnette Trio.
  12. Daddy rollin' stone - Jimmy Ricks and the Ravers.
  13. Cha-cha twist - Margarita "Cha-Cha" Sierra.
  14. Needle in a haystack - Tawny Reed.
  15. Seperation - King Soloman.
  16. Troubles - The Rollers.
  17. How high can you fly - Willie Small.