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Roger Troutman    Oldschool Covers
DJ: Gregor Mittersinker
Perfect For: Groovin', grindin', funkin', chillin'
Featured Artist: Roger Troutman (pictured to the left), Norman Whitfield
Date: February 15, 2001
Length: 1:15
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Description: Unknown versions of great songs, sometimes better than the original. These are cover versions you will never hear on your local radio dial. Most songs are familiar but these versions are truly hidden pearls. Garage sales, dark, filthy used record stores and Salvation Army outposts in questionable neighborhoods are the sources for The Mother Of Oldschool's "Oldschool Covers."

The show starts with Lyn Collins singing Bill Withers. Other highlights are Black Heat singing Lennon & McCartney and Roger Troutman, David Ruffin and the Undisputed Truth covering Norman Whitfield. Rance Allen finishes the set with the Gamble & Huff tune "There's Gonna Be A Showdown".


Playlist:
1.   Lyn Collins       Ain't No Sunshine
2. Graham Central Station It Ain't No Fun To Me
3. Black Heat Drive My Car
4. Billy Preston Keep On Trucking
5. Roy Ayers What You Won't Do For Love
6. Freddie Robinson Georgia On My Mind
7. Merry Clayton Southern Man
8. David Ruffin Smiling Faces Sometimes
9. Creative Source Harlem
10. Roger Troutman I Heard It Through The Grapevine
11. Dick Smith Sunny
12. Otis Redding (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
13. Ramsey Lewis Living For The City
14. Undisputed Truth Papa Was A Rolling Stone
15. The Rance Allen Group There's Gonna Be A Showdown
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