The Detroit Move: Listen to Los Saicos, The Boys, DMZ and more

“The Detroit Move” with host Mike Latulippe airs every Tuesday from 8-9 p.m. ET on Detroit Public Radio — 101.9 WDET.

Mike Latulippe

"The Detroit Move" host Mike Latulippe.

This week on The Detroit Move, we explore more garage, punk and soul with ‘60s punk pioneers Los Saicos from Peru, the ‘70s sounds of UK band The Boys, and Jeff Connolly and Boston’s DMZ.

Plus, hear super soul jams from Clarence Reid and Detroit soul royale, Dee Edwards.

See the playlist below and listen to the episode for two weeks after it airs using the media player above.

The Detroit Move Playlist for April 23, 2024

  • “Let’s Dance” – The Excels
  • “Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby” – Link Wray & the Wraymen
  • “Come On (Ven aquí)” – Los Saicos
  • “Own Up Time” – Small Faces
  • “It’s Not What You Do (But the Way That You Do It)” – Jimmy Winston and His Reflections
  • “Everybody’s Going Wild” – International Kansas City Playboys
  • “Why Can’t There Be Love” – Dee Edwards
  • “Get Down People” – 400 Years of What
  • “My Brother, The Man” – We the People
  • “Masterpiece” – Clarence Reid
  • “The Corner Man” – Barrence Whitfield & The Savages
  • “Tomahawk” – Davie Allan & The Arrows
  • “The Witch Doctor (Catches Jungle Fever)” – Over Night Low
  • “Alba’s Shake” – Alba and Orchestre Aris
  • “Do You Feel It” – ? and the Mysterians
  • “Sorry” – The Easybeats
  • “Garden of My Mind” – The Mickey Finn
  • “It’s a Cry’n Shame” – Gentlemen
  • “Jet Tone Boogie” – The Jet Tones
  • “TCP” – The Boys
  • “Everybody Up” – The Fender IV
  • “Mighty Idy” – DMZ
  • “Panic Button” – Edgar Alan & The Po Boys

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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.