Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine: Playlist from August 5, 2011 Options

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One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.

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Options August 5, 2011: Nasty breaks

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Artist Track Label
Chuck Edwards  Downtown Soulville   Options Punch 
 
Music behind DJ:
Shawn Mills Finger Poppin' Band 
Jivin'   Options Decca 
Clyde McPhatter  I Never Knew   Options Mercury 
Dandevilles  Nasty Breaks   Options Guyden 
Teddy & the Twilights  Woman Is a Man's Best Friend   Options Swan 
Irma Thomas  I Did My Part   Options Minit 
 
Music behind DJ:
The Fabulous Royal Flames 
Doggin' the Duck   Options London House 
Lou Rawls  Blues for a Four String Guitar   Options Capitol 
Howlin' Wolf  Ooh Baby   Options Chess 
"Spider" Turner  Calling Girls (Pt. 2)   Options Master 
The Soul Brothers Six  Move Girl   Options Fine 
Little Leon & the Caravan  I Can't Let Her Go   Options Mutt 
 
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & the M.G.'s 
Plum-Nellie   Options Stax 
Otis Clay  Show Place   Options One-Derful! 
Dennis Edwards  I Didn't Have To (But I Did)   Options International Soulsville 
LeRoy Horne  Don't Come Back (Take Me Through the Changes)   Options Pompeii 
The Dreams  (They Call Me) Jessie James   Options D.C. Sound Ltd. 
The Fabulous Peps  With These Eyes   Options Wee 3 
The Mighty Messiah  There Is a Home   Options Vick 
The Specials  I Can't Find Another (Pt. 1)   Options Satch 
Alphonso Hamilton  I'll Let You Go Free   Options Gate-Way 
Mitty Collier  I'd Like to Change Places   Options Peach Tree 
Jimmy Soul Clark  Va Ya Man   Options Cotillion 
Jackie Wilson  (I Can Feel Those Vibrations) This Love Is Real   Options Brunswick 
 
Music behind DJ:
The Souljers 
Poochum   Options Rampart 

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/5/11 8:11pm Listenership:

WHERE IS LISTENER JUMPY AND HIS NEW FAVORITE TUNE?????
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:11pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Right here. Wow! Great stuff. Can't decide this week.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:12pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

"I Did My Part" gets the nod.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:12pm Listenership:

OH, THANK GOD HE'S SAFE!!!!!!!!
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:22pm KW in GA:

Hey man, soundin' fine as always. I dig the Rawls toon also...he always laid down a killer vocal, and I assume Dave Axelrod did his usual great job on prod. Nice!
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:26pm Fine Wine:

Hey, KW! Produced by Nick Venet, not a familiar name to me....See you at the Stomp? And hey there, Jumpy and the good ship Listenership...
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:27pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Nick Venet worked with the Beach Boys if memory serves.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:28pm Wikipedia:

Venet was the producer on Rawls' very first album (also for Capitol), Stormy Monday, 1962. Rawls was with Capitol for all his albums from 62 to 71.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:29pm Wikipedia:

Jumpy's right. See:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Venet
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:31pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Of course I'm right!
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:31pm Wikipedia:

Goes widdout sayin.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:33pm KW in GA:

Ah, Nick Venet, west coast prod guy, did a lotta good stuff, none of which springs to mind right now...plan on Stomp-in', may DJ the preshow if I make the cut. Rock On!
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:37pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Thanks, Wiki.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:44pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Yeah, that was a big one at ESSC.
  Fri. 8/5/11 8:51pm Horn Section:

We just came across the hall from the Papa's Got a Brand New Bag session.
  Fri. 8/5/11 9:01pm mike tp:

otis clay
  Fri. 8/5/11 11:46pm scotty:

This is the best soul show ever , Love Mr. Finewine,s Soulville show , alway great soul !!!
  Wed. 8/10/11 9:38am Garageman:

Love the Small Faces version of "Plum Nellie" but the Magic Midgets are second best to the Steve Cropper / Booker T double punch. Phew!
  Wed. 8/10/11 12:32pm Aaron Taylor-Waldman:

Good god The Mighty Messiah track is fire! More please
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