This week's mixtape is curated by DJs Cheyenne & Aaron, co-hosts of Reverse Couple Skate, a weekly free-form show on XRAY.fm—a brand-new Portland radio station that just launched this week and is also airing Bitch's Popaganda podcast every Wednesday at 11am.
This mixtape includes some of Reverse Couple Skate's favorite lady singers of the '60s and '70s (as well as some other decades). Girl groups have had an influential role on pop music and continue to produce some of the most memorable and enduring harmonies. Solo and together, through pop, R&B, disco, country & rock—these ladies let it out. Special thanks to Madame DJ.
Mr. Lucky - Betty Wright
Egyptian Shumba - The Tammys
Bye Bye Charlie - Lori Burton
The Pill - Loretta Lynn
I've Got Your Man - Honey Ltd.
Two Lovers - Mary Wells
Haru no Densha - Saori Minami
I'd Much Rather Be With the Girls - Donna Lynn
Some Kind of Beautiful - Bridget St. John
Don't Let me Be Understood - Susan Carter
Desert Moon - Haven
Drink in Hand - The Bang Girl Group Revue
Olek Var - Grazia
Eretz Zavat Chalav - Nina Simone
Jealousy - Mary Jane Girls
Red Light Special - TLC
Angel of the Morning - Asha Puthli and the Surfers
How Wild the Wind Blows - Molly Drake