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Playlist: Only The Best Music

Compiled By: Dan Davis

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150717 Live From Black Mold's Substitution

From Jamie Dell'Apa | Part of the Searching For The First Rock And Roll Song on Saturday Night New Orleans Radio series | 02:51:17

Music you've never heard by musicians you've never heard of... Tonight another live broadcast from a New Orleans music club from the theater district of your mind. I'm substituting for Black Mold so we'll keep it closer to his sound.

Folder_small Music you've never heard by musicians you've never heard of... Tonight another live broadcast from a New Orleans music club from the theater district of your mind. I'm substituting for Black Mold so we'll keep it closer to his sound.

UpFront Soul with Sanguine Fromage (Series)

Produced by WERU

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UpFront Soul #2023.06-February 7-13, 2022

From WERU | Part of the UpFront Soul with Sanguine Fromage series | 01:57:59

Lonnie_smith_small We'll celebrate passing the halfway mark of winter with a set of groundhog tunes, search for The Dolphins with Richie Havens, and stretch out with tthe title track from Lonnie Smith's Move Your Hand. 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the vagaries of Spinitron, these songs are listed in reverse order. (i.e., Joan Armatrading Back to the Night is song 1, hour 1)

UpFront Soul #2023.06 Playlist

Sam Cooke "Havin' a Party" from Live at the Harlem Square Club 1963 on RCA
Richard "Groove" Holmes "Flyjack" from Night Glider
ENDRECHERI "FUNK TRON" from NARALIEN
Kashmere Stage Band "Thank You" from Texas Thunder Soul 1968-1974
Sly & the Family Stone "Poet" from The Essential Sly & the Family Stone
Lonnie Smith "Move Your Hand" from Move Your Hand
Afro Kelenkye Band "Jungle Funk"
The Headhunters "Daffy's Dance" from Survival Of The Fittest
Black Sugar "Funky Man" from Black Sugar
Richie Havens "The Dolphins" from Resume: The Best of Richie Havens
Grant Green "Sunday Morning (Sunday Morning)" from Jazz Classics, the Best of Grant Green
Nina Simone "Do What You Gotta Do" from Nuff Said
The Joy Harmonizers "He's a Mighty Rock" from Screaming Gospel Holy Rollers Vol 2
Ernie K Doe "So Good" from Here Come the Girls
Sam Cooke "Little Things You Do" from The Man Who Invented Soul
Reuben Wilson "Inner City Blues" from Groove Merchant Super Funk Collection - Return of Jazz Funk
Nikki Giovanni "This Little Light of Mine (Second Rapp Poem)" from The Truth Is On the Way
Sons of Slum "Right On" from Black Power: Music of a Revolution Disc 1
Oghene Kologbo & Afrobeat Academy "Change the System" from Remember Fela Anikulapo Kuti
The Seven Brothers "Crying in the Streets" from Crying in the Street
Miles Davis "Summer Night" from Quiet Nights
Rasheed Ali "A Badge and A Gun" from 1968 The Other Side of Town
Cookin' Bag "The Song I Sing" from Wheedle's Groove - Seattle's Finest in Funk & Soul 1965-75
The Gow Dow Experience "Psychedelic Sally" from Super Cool California Soul 2
Joan Armatrading "Me Myself I" from Me Myself I
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings "Better Things" from Better Things
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie "Stop" from Soul Drums
Li'l Jackie "That's Life" from Queen of Prospect Park
Joe "Groundhog" Richardson "Take It Off" from Soul-Funk-Popcorn
Party Brothers "Ground Hog" on Revue Records
Groundhog "Bumpin' and Stompin'"
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night" from Back to the Night on A&M