Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine: Playlist from September 8, 2017 Options

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One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.

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Options September 8, 2017: You got your finger in my eye

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Artist Track Album Label Format
Chuck Edwards  Downtown Soulville   Options 45  Punch  45 
Music behind DJ:
Harold Andrews 
Party Time   Options 45  MRM  45 
The "5" Royales  The Slummer the Slum   Options 45  King  45 
The Sharps  Have Love, Will Travel   Options 45  Jamie  45 
Faye Adams  Johnny Lee   Options 45  Imperial  45 
Bobby Adams  Sixteen Years in the Making   Options 45  Battle  45 
Ike & Tina Turner  I'm Jealous   Options 45  Sue  45 
Music behind DJ:
Rune Overman Trio 
Funky Festival   Options 45  Pacific Jazz  45 
Lil Willie West  Don't Be Ashamed to Cry   Options 45  Frisco  45 
Marvin Gaye  Lonely Lover   Options 45  unreleased Tamla (blank white label bootleg)  45 
Richard Caiton  Listen to the Drums   Options 45  GNP Crescendo  45 
Zu Zu Blues Band  Zu Zu Man   Options 45  A&M  45 
Rufus Thomas  I Want to Be Loved   Options 45  Stax  45 
Music behind DJ:
Jimmy Fox 
Turnip Greens   Options 45  Radco  45 
Little Milton  Let Me Down Easy   Options 45  Checker  45 
T.J. Williams and Two Shades of Soul  Baby, I Need You   Options 45  Josie  45 
Carol Anderson  I'm Not Worried   Options 45  Whip  45 
Tony Clarke  (No Conception) No Sense of Direction   Options 45  M-S  45 
Isley Brothers  Why When Love Is Gone   Options 45  Tamla  45 
Music behind DJ:
Hank Marr 
The "Out" Crowd   Options 45  WinGate  45 
Theresa Lindsey  I'll Bet You   Options 45  Golden World  45 
Willie Parker  You Got Your Finger in My Eye   Options 45  M-Pac!  45 
Gene Taylor  You Got My Nose Wide Open   Options 45  Minit  45 
Jimmy Burns  Did It Ever Cross Your Mind   Options 45  Minit  45 
Music behind DJ:
Big Sonny and His Furys 
Fail Safe   Options 45  Best  45 

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/8/17 8:07pm JtotheK:

Good evening Mr Fine Wine. Hi everyone.
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:14pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Heyo, Mr. K.
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:15pm JtotheK:

I don't know that I ever listened to this side of the Bobby Adams...the flip 'Better Days Ahead' is also worth a spin!
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:19pm JtotheK:

(Oh yeah you did play the flip a few weeks ago!)
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:28pm Mr C:

Isn't this some goofy Dr John thing? Zu Zu I mean
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:28pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Yeah, Dr. John and Jessie Hill in L.A.!
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:30pm Mr C:

Was there a Zu Zu album?
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:33pm Mr. Fine Wine:

I'm not sure. I've never heard about one, but that doesn't mean anything.
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:48pm Mr C:

George Clinton..
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:49pm Mr. Fine Wine:

WAKE UP! I know it's horrible out there...trying to do my small bit to help.
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:50pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Yeah, unmistakably George Clinton lyrics!
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:50pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Previous comment not directed at you, of course.
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:52pm JtotheK:

Great Theresa Lindsey 45... back to back with that Hank Marr - nice!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 9/8/17 8:53pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Likin' the tunes tonight, MFW. Make sure to move the 45s to the upper floors in case rain from Hurricane Irma reaches the station.
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:53pm Samonotone:

Single groove full stereo records were finally perfected by 1957 and were sold by 1958. They were an instant sensation. But there were still millions of monaural record players and the heavier tone arms would ruin a stereo record. So record companies made records in both Stereo and Monaural (aka "Mono") versions until 1968.
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:55pm Paul & Kelly:

It's funny--I always recognize Ron Isley's voice on this show, and they're always GREAT 45s. BTW, now I REALLY want to hear Little Milton kick it with I Who Have Nothing....
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:56pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Yeah, BUT...
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 8:58pm Mr. Fine Wine:

No indy-label soul 45s from Detroit from this period are stereo that I know of (and I know of thousands) are stereo except this one.
  Fri. 9/8/17 8:58pm JtotheK:

Enjoyed the show, thanks Mr Fine Wine!
Avatar Fri. 9/8/17 9:13pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Whoops, mistyped above in my scramble to finish show!
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