Listening with Larsupreme: Episode 21 – Gemini Twin Time May 21, 2021

Welcome to the Chaos that is Gemini Season! We’re getting it started fresh and sassy with a bevy of Gemini Singers. Being a Gemini myself, I probably got a bit too excited wanting to celebrate my sign with this episode, so it does span a little further than the 90 minute max of a typical episode. Guess what? It’s great for the longer daylight hours and shaking your ass a little bit.

This particular episode is swimming with inspiration from the likes of Curtis Mayfield, Gladys Knight, Ronald Isley and so many others to delight your ears. This particular Gemini Season promises to be a dynamic, if trying one at times, with a Mercury Retrograde, a Full Moon Eclipse that’ll be visible on the west coast, and so many other astrological goodies.

Take time to ground in the guidance of the sign of communication.

See y’all in a few weeks for the Pride episode!

Mary Lou Williams – Gemini
Ramsey Lewis (May 27, 1935) – The In Crowd
Theresa Lindsey (May 23, 1944) – Gotta Find A Way
Jr Walker & The All Stars (June 14, 1931) – Ain’t That The Truth
The Marvelettes featuring Gladys Horton (May 30, 1945) – Boy From Cross Town
Isley Brothers featuring Ronald Isley (May 21, 1941) – Good Things
Gladys Knight & The Pips (May 28, 1944) – I’m Gonna Get You
Linda Martell & The Angelos (June 4, 1941) – The Things I do for you
Marie Knight (June 1, 1920) – You Lie So Well
The Chiffons featuring Judy Craig (June 11, 1944) – Now That You’re My Baby
The Shirelles featuring Shirley Alston-Reeves (June 11, 1941) – One of The Flower People
Brenda Holloway (June 21, 1946) – I’ll Be Alright
The O’Jays featuring Eddie LeVert (June 16, 1942) – Think It Over Baby
The Five Stairsteps featuring Clarence Burke Jr. (May 25, 1949) – Don’t Waste Your Time
The Impressions featuring Curtis Mayfield (June 3, 1942) – I’m The One Who Loves You
Billy Butler & The Enchanters (June 7, 1945) – Nevertheless
The Crystals featuring La La Brooks (June 20, 1947) – I Got A Man
Ruby Nash & The Romantics (June 14, 1934) – Does He Really Care For Me
Lenny Welch (May 31, 1940) – Run To My Loving Arms
Eddie Holman (June 3, 1946) – Don’t Stop Now
Deniece Chandler (Williams) (June 3, 1950) – Yes I’m Ready
Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles (May 24, 1944) – I’m Still Waiting
Ronnie Dyson (June 5, 1950) – Emmie
Four Tops featuring Levi Stubbs (June 6, 1936) – Stay in My Lonely Arms
Sylvia (Robinson) (May 29, 1935) – I Can’t Help It
Chairmen of The Board General Norman Johnson May 23, 1941 – You Got Me Danglin’ on a String
Lamont Dozier (June 16, 1941) – Fish Ain’t Biting
Blinky Williams (May 21, 1944) – You Got A Tangle In Your Lifeline
Cannonball Adderley – Gemini
Little Miss Cornshucks (Mildred Cummings) (May 26, 1923) – Try A Little Tenderness

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