July 5, 2011 – SUPERPARTY with the Beggars and Collosus

This is so far my only night that didn’t feature a guest DJ – instead we had the Beggars, one of Detroit’s most fun rock’n’roll bands, and their pals on tour, Collosus.  For the music that night, I kept it to mostly good ol’ rock’n’roll. Unfortunately, this is one of the only tapes I can’t find to put online. So if you won the tape that night, let me borrow it and I’ll put it up! You can still read the playlist below.

DJ Dave Lawson with live sets from the Beggars and Colossus

Cum on Feel the Noise – Slade
American Woman – The Guess Who
Hot Fun in the Summertime – Sly and the Family Stone
Crazy Horses – The Osmonds
I Feel Free – Cream
The Journey to the Center of Your Mind – Amboy Dukes
Arnold Layne – Pink Floyd
We’re an American Band – Grand Funk Railroad
I Can See for Miles – The Who
Man from Mecca – Sweet
Working Up a Sweat – Alice Cooper
Go All the Way – The Raspberries
Statue of Liberty – XTC
Ride Your Pony – Lee Dorsey (for Paul Revere)
Right Place Wrong Time – Dr. John
Sub-Rosa Subway – Klaatu
Do the Oz – Elastic Oz Band
Born in the USA – Bruce Springsteen
Smoking in the Boys Room – Brownsville Station
Manic Depression – Jimi Hendrix
Rock’n’roll Damnation – AC/DC
Young Americans – David Bowie
Hot for Teacher – Van Halen
Stone Cold Crazy – Queen
Mississippi Queen – Mountain

[live set from Colossus]

Paranoid – Black Sabbath
Highway Star – Deep Purple
America – Spinal Tap
Devil with the Blue Dress – Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels
Bitch – The Rolling Stones
Heartbreaker – Led Zeppelin
Rock’n’Roll Pt 1 – Garry Glitter

[live set from the Beggars]

Living in America – James Brown
Poison Whiskey – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Must of Got Lost (live) – J Geils Band
Kick Out the Jams – MC5
Revolution – The Beatles
Back in the USA – Chuck Berry
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere – Neil Young
I Love Rock’n’Roll – Joan Jett
Jungle Boogie – Kool and the Gang
ABC – Jackson 5
Ain’t that Peculiar – Marvin Gaye
I Do – The Marvelows
This Is My Country – The Impressions
There Are No Cats in America (excerpt) – American Tail Soundtrack
Hang on Sloopy – The McCoys
I’m Ready for Love – Martha and the Vandellas
I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) – Earl Van Dyke and the Soul Brothers
Glad All Over – Dave Clark Five
Monkey Time – Major Lance
Barefootin’ – Robert Parker
Backfield in Motion – Mel and Tim
Independence Day – Elliott Smith
Cry Like a Baby – The Box Tops
Political Science – Randy Newman
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – The Band
Sail Away – Etta James
American the Beautiful – Ray Charles
Yes We Can Can – The Pointer Sisters
How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore – Prince
Everybody Go Home – Eydie Gorme

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