The Detroit Move: Hear a rare soul single from Dee Dee Barnes, music from The Go 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.

Mike Latulippe

"The Detroit Move" host Mike Latulippe.

This week on The Detroit Move, hear a rare soul single from Dee Dee Barnes, along with a classic from Gary US Bonds, music from Detroit’s own The Go, and a tribute to Dennis Thompson, drummer of The MC5.

Plus, I feature songs that were later covered by other artists, including music from The Nerves, The Equals and The Young Rascals.

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 21, 2024

  • “You Go Bangin’ On” – The Go
  • “Gotta Keep Moving” – MC5
  • “Drum Dog” – Bobby & The Belmonts
  • “She Kissed Me” – Frankie Beverly & The Butlers
  • “I’m Not Satisfied” – Dream Team
  • “Yakuba” – Whitefield Brothers
  • “New Orleans” – Gary U.S. Bonds
  • Snow Girl” – Ron Winters
  • “Do What You Wanna Do” – Dee Dee Barnes
  • “You Ain’t No Good” – Buddy Cantrell
  • “Skaterdater Rock” – Davie Allan & The Arrows
  • “Tainted Love” – Gloria Jones
  • “Police on My Back” – The Equals
  • “I Want Candy” – The Strangeloves
  • “Husky” – Jimmy Nicol
  • “Time Is On My Side” – Kai Winding & His Orchestra
  • “You’re No Good” – Dee Dee Warwick
  • “The Tide Is High” – The Paragons
  • “Hanging On The Telephone” – The Nerves
  • “Biafra” – The Crystalites
  • “You Better Run” – The Young Rascals
  • “Twist & Shout” – The Top Notes
  • Jam Up” – Tommy Ridgley

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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.