The Detroit Move: Hear music from The Who, Michigan’s The Contours and more

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

The Who on stage performing at the Desert Trip music festival.

A performance by the Who on October 9, 2016 from the music festival Desert Trip, held at the Empire Polo Club

This week on The Detroit Move, hear music from The Who — and a few of the British bands they inspired — Taylor, Michigan garage legends The Unrelated Segments, a Motown favorite from The Contours, and a late ’60s proto-rap from legendary Philly DJ Joe “Butterball” Tamburro.

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 May 14, 2024

  •  “The Detroit Move” – Herb Gross and the Invictas
  •  “Whole Lotta Woman” – The Contours
  • “You’re Just One Man” – Miss Ann Fleming
  • “Ain’t Got No Home” – Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry
  • “The Point” – Mac Rebennack & The Soul Orchestra
  • “Summer Boogaloo (feat. The Bunnys)” – Takeshi Terauchi
  • “I’m Your Man” – The Denims
  • “What A Girl Can’t Do” – The Hangmen
  • “Mogul Monster” – The Rangers
  • “Buzz Saw” – The Turtles
  • “Butterballs (Part 1)” – Butterball
  • “Jump, Jive and Harmonize” – Thee Midniters
  • “2000 lb Bee (Part 2)” – The Ventures
  • “A Legal Matter” – The Who
  • “Circles” – Fleur De Lys
  • “Life from a Window” – The Jam
  • “Crawdaddy Simone” – The Syndicates
  • “Killer Diller” – Jackie Mittoo
  • “You Got Your Finger In My Eye” – Willie Parker
  • “Things Got To Get Better (Get Together)” – Marva Whitney
  • “The ‘Out’ Crowd” – Hank Marr
  • “Where You Gonna Go?” – The Unrelated Segments
  • “Your Body, Not Your Soul” – Cuby + Blizzards
  • “Boom! Dynamite!” – The Courettes
  • “Cotton Pickin” – Mickey Hawks

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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.