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Midnight Soulstice: Remembering James Brown

Posted by: – Dec 28, 2011

Midnight Soulstice is a Richmond Soul and Funk radio show, hosted by Mr. Felty & DJ Pari, featuring guest artists and DJs.The show airs every Friday from 11pm-1am EST. Listen live at 97.3fm or WRIR.org

Most of us will never forget where we were when we got the news that the Godfather of Soul James Brown had died on Christmas Day five years ago. On this Midnight Soulstice, we have invited several of James Brown's closest associates and friends to talk about their own feelings on that day and share some of their memories of Soulbrother #1 - including Fred Wesley (band leader of the legendary J.B.'s), Martha High (lead backing vocalist of 30 years), Clyde Stubblefield (the original Funky Drummer), Sharon Jones (of the Dap-Kings) and James Brown's personal manager Charles Bobbit. As usual, Mr. Felty and DJ Pari will be filling the remaining airtime with exquisite music selections, this time focusing on Brown's lesser known releases from the 1960s. Check this out - it's a must for every fan of Soul and Funk.

It's star time (introduction)
The JB's - These are the JB's (King)
James Brown - Hey America (King)
James Brown - Soulful Christmas (King)
James Brown - Can I get some help (Polydor)
James Brown - The Popcorn (King)
The Dapps feat. Alfred Ellis - Bringing up the guitar (King)
Midnight Soulstice Interview: FRED WESLEY
The JB's - Wine Spot (People)
James Brown - Fat Bag (Smash)
James Brown - Just plain Funk (King)
James Brown - Stagger Lee (King)
James Brown - Bill Bailey (King)
Midnight Soulstice Interview: MARTHA HIGH
Marva Whitney - I'm tired, I'm tired, I'm tired (King)
Vicki Anderson - Answer to Mother Popcorn (King)
Midnight Soulstice Interview: CLYDE STUBBLEFIELD
Hank Ballard and the Midnight Lighters - From the Love Side (Polydor)
Bobby Byrd - Never get enough (Brownstone)
Midnight Soulstice Interview: SHARON JONES
Lyn Collins - Never gonna give you up (People)
Sweet Charles Sherrell - I won't last a day without you (People)
Midnight Soulstice Interview: CHARLES BOBBIT
James Brown - That's life (King)
James Brown - I don't mind (King)
James Brown - Goodbye my love (King)
James Brown and the Famous Flames - I can't stand myself (when you touch me) (King)
James Brown - There was a time (live in Dallas 1968) (Polydor)

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