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Thomas Patterson’s deejay set on the Out Of The Wood show, WNBC Radio

Following on from Paul’s ‘Out Of The Woods’ show yesterday comes Shindig! Commissioning Editor’s THOMAS PATTERSON’s


Michael McGinnis  ‘Orange Ice/Kew Gardens’
Nanette Natal ‘Laughing Off The Rain’
Ray Stevens ‘Sunday Morning Comin’ Down’
Brewer & Shipley ‘People Love Each Other’
The Smiths ‘Now I Taste The Tears’
Danny Holien ‘Colorado’
John Walker ‘Sun Comes Up’
Cher ‘A Woman’s Story’
Allan Scott ‘To Love Somebody’
Zager & Evans ‘Bayoan’
Mikael Ramel ‘Extra Vaganza’
Francoise Hardy ‘Viens’
Claire Hamill ‘Speedbreaker’
Charlie Bleak ‘New York/Summer (Take Care Of Your Business)’
Bulent Ortacgil ‘Sen Varsin’
Billy Mitchel Group ‘My Sisters, My Brothers and You Others’
Neal Francis ‘Changes Pt 1+2’
Flying High ‘Seven Four Seven’
The Sugar Shoppe ‘Let The Truth Come Out’
Le Cirque ‘Land Of Oz’
The Monkees ‘Circle Sky (Alt Stereo Mix)’
Colours ‘Bad Day At Black Rock, Baby’
The Glass Menagerie ‘I Said Goodbye To Me’
Rick Nelson ‘Don’t Blame It On Your Wife’
The Universals ‘Green Veined Orchids’
Status Quo ‘Shy Fly’
Spiritual Concept ‘Get It On’
The Globe Trotters ‘The Globetrotters Theme/Globetrottin’’
Dr John ‘Locked Down’
Davani & Ryan ’16 Tons’
Rajah ‘Deadeye Dick’
John Scott ‘The Song Of The Cuckoo’
Rory Fellowes ‘Endlessly Friendlessly Blue’
The Swinging Sound Of Mohawk Airlines ‘Mohawk’s Going Your Way’
The Hollywood Jills ‘He Makes Me Mad’
The 100 Knights Orchestra ‘Soul Fugue’



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