Midnight Soulstice: Deep Diggin’ Vol. 12

by | Sep 28, 2010 | PODCASTS

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.

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

Dig this – Midnight Soulstice co-host DJ Pari is back from his recent European tour with Soul legend Leroy Hutson and is ready to dig deep into his box of new vinyl discoveries for tonight’s show. Of course there will be many more treats and favorites from his collection, so prepare yourself for two hours of excellent vintage Funk and Soul and even some new releases which have not hit the stores yet.

– Flowers – For Real (LAX)
– Leroy Hutson – All Because of you (Curtom)
– Garland Green – Just loving you (Spring)
– Lou Courtney – I don’t need nobody else (Epic)
– Love Tambourines – Spend the day without you (Crue-L Records)
– Linda Clifford – From now on (Curtom)
– Archie Bell & The Drells – Let’s Groove P.1 (tsop)
– The Rebirth – Evil Vibrations (Ubiquity)
– Rasaan Patterson – So Hot (Dome)
– Marc Evans – The way you Love Me (Defected Records)
– Opaz – Don’t say nothing (Island)
– The Transatlantics – Couldn’t be him (Freestyle)
– Speedometer – You’ve made me so very happy (Freestyle)
– Shaolin Temple Defenders – I know what it is (Soulbeats)
– El Chicano – I’m a Good Woman (MCA)
– Trinidad Oil Company – Feelin’ Allright (Chrystal)
– Jay Mitchell – Goombau Bump (GBI)
– The Beginning of the End – Come down (Alston)
– Ray and his Court – Soul Freedom
– Hal Singer – Malcolm X (King)
– Magnum – Your Mind (Fine Music)
– Pieces of Peace – Pass it on (Twinight)
– The Soul Suspects – Handle It (Black Prince)
– Freddy Wilson – Promised Land (Eastbound)
– The Turnarounds – Soul Walk (Tangerine)
– Frank Penn – Gimme some skin (Penn’s)
– Irene Reid – Dirty Ole Man (Oldtown)
– Scacy & The Sound Service Sunshine (Scacy Records)
– Lou Pride – It’s Man’s Man’s Man’s World (Suemi)

R. Anthony Harris

R. Anthony Harris

I created Richmond, Virginia’s culture publication RVA Magazine and brought the first Richmond Mural Project to town. Designed the first brand for the Richmond’s First Fridays Artwalk and promoted the citywide “RVA” brand before the city adopted it as the official moniker. I threw a bunch of parties. Printed a lot of magazines. Met so many fantastic people in the process. Professional work: www.majormajor.me




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