Program: Dancing in the Street: The Music of Motown (September 18, 2021)

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Program

Saturday, September 18, 2021, at 7:30pm



Kevin McBeth, conductor

Shayna Steele, vocals

Chester Gregory, vocals

Darren Lorenzo, vocals

Tim Lappen, electric bass

Kirk Schoenherr, guitar

Douglas Marriner, drum set

Arrangements by Jeff Tyzik


Dancing in the Street

by Marvin Gaye, Ivy George Hunter and William Stevenson as recorded by Martha Reeves


You Really Got a Hold On Me

by Smokey Robinson

as recorded by The Miracles


Man’s World

by James Brown, Betty Jean Newsome and Dwight Grant

as recorded by James Brown


Reach Out I’ll Be There

by Holland, Dozier and Holland

as recorded by the Four Tops


Touch Me in the Morning

by Michael Masser and Ronald Norman Miller

as recorded by Diana Ross


Just to See Her

by Jimmy George and Louis Pardini

as recorded by Smokey Robinson


How Sweet It Is

by Holland, Dozier and Holland

as recorded by Marvin Gaye


Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

by Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson

as recorded by Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson


Song for You

by Leon Russell

as recorded by Donny Hathaway


Superstition

by Stevie Wonder

as recorded by Stevie Wonder

Intermission

Let’s Groove Tonight

by Maurice White and Wayne Lee Vaughan

as recorded by Earth, Wind & Fire


I Feel Good

by James Brown

as recorded by James Brown


My Guy

by Smokey Robinson a

as recorded by Mary Wells


My Girl

by Smokey Robinson and Ronald White;

as recorded by The Temptations


Endless Love

by Lionel Richie

as recorded by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross


Could it be I’m Falling in Love

by Melvin Steals and Mervin Steals

as recorded by The Spinners


Don’t Leave Me This Way

by Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff and Cary Gilbert

as recorded by Thelma Houston


Higher and Higher

by Gary Jackson, Raynard Miner and Carl William Smith

as recorded by Jackie Wilson


All Night Long

by Lionel Richie

as recorded by Lionel Richie


Signed Sealed Delivered

by Stevie Wonder, Lee Garrett, Lula Mae Hardaway and Syreeta Wright;

as recorded by Stevie Wonder