Midnight Soulstice: Miss Goldie (AUS) Funk and Soul set.

by | May 3, 2010 | PODCASTS

Midnight Soulstice is a Richmond Soul and Funk radio show, hosted by Mr.

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

Miss Goldie (AUS) Funk and Soul set • April 10th, 2010
As part of our efforts to introduce some of the world’s best Soul and Funk DJs on Midnight Soulstice, we’re proud to present our special guest Samantha Goldie, better known as Miss Goldie, on tonight’s show. Miss Goldie is based in the beautiful city of Melbourne and has been collecting Soul 45’s for the last couple of decades and spinning them around Australia for almost as long. She moved to Melbourne a few years ago after running the “Off The Cuff” and “Sounds of Soul” nights in Sydney as well as playing the legendary late 90’s “Get Down” Funk night and supporting various international bands and DJ’s such as Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Keb Darge and Snowboy. In Melbourne she has become part of PBS 106.7FM radio and hosts a two-hour radio show every Sunday from 1 – 3 pm local time called “Boss Action.” She is also resident DJ in the Funk room of “Soul A Go Go”, Australia’s biggest Funk and Soul night held the 1st Saturday of the month as well as holding residencies at many of Melbourne’s great Soul friendly bars. Exclusively for Midnight Soulstice, Miss Goldie has prepared a dynamite mix featuring a hot selection of rare Funk and Soul gems. Our co-host DJ Pari will play around this set with his own choices of the finest rare grooves.

~ set list ~

DJ Pari set:

– Backyard Heavies – Just keep on truckin’ (Hot Line)

– Freedom Express – Get Down (Soul Cal)

– The New Jersey Queens – Party don’t worry about it (Magnet)

– The Untouchable Machine Shop – Machine Shop P. 1 (Wavelength)

– Wee Willie & The Winners – Get Some (Shotgun)

– Gloria Taylor -Grounded (Silver Fox)

– Matata – Talkin’ Talkin’ (Makossa International)

– Burnett Bynum & The Soul Invaders – Funky Fat Man (Cargo)

Miss Goldie set:

– James Polk & the Brothers – Power Struggle (Twink)

– Pearl Dowell – Good Things (Saadia)

– Sarah Simpson – I kicked the habit (of loving you) (Soul-Po-Tion)

– James Fountain – My hair is nappy (Peachtree)

– Herman Hitson – Ain’t no other way (Sweet Rose)

– Ray Frazier & The Shades Of Madness – I who have nothing (Am somebody) (Stanson)

– The Endeavors – I know you don’t want me (Stop)

– The Peoples Choice – Destruction (Wood City)

– The Barrino Brothers – I’ll take my flowers right now (TCB)

– Jeanie Tracy – Trippin on the sounds (Brown Door)

– Sweet Breeze – Good thing (Willpower)

– Leroy Cloffer & Company – Mr big man (what you gonna do) (Rosemont)

– The Sherrell Brothers – The Price (Currison)

– The Curtis Liggins Indication – What it is (Kaycee Soul)

– Sue Ann Jones – I’ll give you my love (TCB)

– Act III – Today I want to stay inside (Harley)

– Norma & The Heartaches – Nice & Slow (Joy Ride)

– Jade – The siesta is over (Century City)

– Detroit Soul – All of my life (Music Town)

– The Visitors – I’m in danger (Bashie)

– The Two Fellows – Stop (don’t give up your love) (Mutt)

– Ernie & Ed – Indication (Jay Boy)

– The Stratoliners – What do you want with my love (Federal)

– Norwood Long – I’d like to have you (Groovy Grooves)

– Frederick Hymes III – Time ain’t gonna do me no favor (Fab Vegas)

– The T.S.U Toronadoes – Got To Get Through To You (Atlantic)

– Soul Chargers – My Heart Beats For You (American)

DJ Pari set:

– Shelley Fisher – I’ll Leave You Girl (Kapp)

– Tyrone Chestnut – Bumpin’ (Intrepit)

– Archie Whitewater – Hulk (Cadet Concept)

– The Raw Soul with Frankie Beverly – You left me (Eldorado)

– Carl “Sherlock” Holmes – Black Bag (CRS)

– Sister Love – Now is the Time (A&M)

– The Voices of East Harlem – Little People (Just Sunshine)

– Tonistics – Dimona (Spiritual Capitol of the World) (Numero)

– Alice Clark – Don’t You Care (Mainstream)

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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