The Detroit Move: Hear Adam Ant, the Bossmen, Ray Taylor and more

Listen to “The Detroit Move” with host Mike Latulippe every Tuesday from 8-9 p.m. ET on 101.9 WDET.

Adam Ant at The Masonic Theater in San Francisco in 2017

Adam Ant at The Masonic Theater in San Francisco in 2017.

This week on The Detroit Move, I feature the 1960s Boston band The Remains and the late Michigan guitar legend Dick Wagner’s first band, The Bossmen.

Plus, hear a favorite from Aretha’s older sister, Erma Franklin, and the rockabilly classic, “My Hamtramck Baby,” from Ray Taylor — early ‘80s UK bands, Adam Ant and The English Beat, who are playing at the Cathedral Theatre at the Masonic Temple this Friday, and more.

Check out the playlist below and listen to the episode using the media player above available for the next two weeks.

The Detroit Move Playlist for March 26, 2024

  • “Honey Stop Twistin'” – Jimmy Donley
  • “Looking For My Baby” – Gloria Brown
  • “Justine” – Don & Dewey
  • “You Look Bad” – Danny Taylor
  • “Moon Rocket” – Lynn Vernon
  • “Time of Day” – The Remains
  • “Bar the Door” – The Roamin’ Togas
  • “Help Me Baby” – The Bossmen
  • “Ich-I-Bon #1” – Nick & The Jaguars
  • “Stop & Think It Over” – Compulsive Gamblers
  • I Don’t Want No Mama’s Boy” – Erma Franklin
  • “Let’s Stomp” – Bobby Comstock
  • “Batmobile” – The Squires
  • “Gonna Get Me Someone” – The Game
  • “Do Me Good” – The Mocks
  • “Hipshake Shimmy Kitten” – The Kaisers
  • “Coffee in the Pot” – Supergrass
  • “My Hamtramck Baby” – Ray Taylor
  • “Gonna Romp and Stomp” – Slim Rhodes
  • “Jungle Fever” – The Playboys
  • “Why Do Girls Have Horses” – Adam Ant
  • “Beat My Guest” – Adam & The Ants
  • “Mirror in the Bathroom” – The English Beat
  • “Space Guitar” – Johnny “Guitar” Watson

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  • Mike Latulippe
    Born and raised in Metro Detroit, Mike Latulippe first felt the magic of music and radio hearing his first Carpenters song at the age of 4. He’s been a fixture in Detroit’s music scene for nearly 30 years as a member of The Paybacks, The Hentchmen, Dirty Copper and more.