Midnight Soulstice: Rare Soul Vol. 3

by | Jun 11, 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

On tonight’s Midnight Soulstice, DJ Pari will dig deep in his box of vinyl goodies to bring you the sweetest selections of Soul music from the early 1960s to the early 1970s. We’re keeping it strictly Soul on this one – the right music for the first days of spring (or what feels like it, in spite of the rain).

~Set List~
– Sam Dees – Lonely for you baby (SSS International)
– The Lost Generation – You’re so young but you’re so true (Brunswick)
– The Five Stairsteps – Don’t waste your time (Windy C)
– Gene Chandler – Nothing can stop me (Veejay)
– Chuck Jackson – Hand it over (Wand)
– Jimmy Delphs – Almost (Carla)
– The Electrifying Cashmeres – What does it Take (to win your love) (Sound Stage 7)
– The Impressions – We’re rolling on (abc)
– Kings Go Forth – You’re the One (Mr. C)
– The Natural Four – I thought you were mine (abc)
– Debbie Taylor – How long can this last (GWP)
– Ohio Players – Love slipped through my fingers (Compass)
– June Conquest – What’s this I see (Curtom)
– The Valentines – Breakaway (Sound Stage)
– The Platters – Washed Ashore (Musicor)
– Sidney Barnes – I hurt on the other side (Red Bird)
– The Notations – I can’t Stop (Twinight)
– Jack Montgomery – Dearly Beloved (Sceptre)
– The Fascinations – Girls are out to get you (Mayfield)
– Van McCoy – Sweet and Easy (SSS International)
– Ann Sexton – You’ve been gone too long (Seventy-Seven)
– Maxine Brown – One in a Million (Wand)
– Jamo Thomas – I Spy for the F.B.I. (Thomas)
– Barnie Hayes – Tribute to a Black Woman (Double Soul)
– Bessie Banks – Go now (Blue Cat)
– The Falcons – I’m a Fool (Big Wheel)
– Nella Dodds – Come see about Me (Wand)
– Betty Everett – Getting mighty crowded (Veejay)
– Shirley Ellis – The Name Game (Congress)
– Little Richie – Just another heartache (Sound Stage)
– Soul Survivors – Expressway to your heart (Crimson)
– Johnny Maestro – I’m stepping out of the picture (Scepter)
– Benny Spellman – Lipstick Traces (on a cigarette) (Minit)
– Roscoe Robinson – That’s Enough (Wand)
– The Soul Sisters – Good time tonight (Sue Records)
– Marie Knight – That’s no way to treat a girl (Musicor)
– Gwen McCrae – Lay it on me (Columbia)
– Lou Rawls – A Natural Man (MGM)
– The Satisfactions – One light two lights (Lionel)
– Jerry Butler – Only the strong survive (Mercury)
– Martha Reeves & The Vandellas – I should be proud (Motown)
– Willie Hutch – Give me some of that good old love (Motown)
– Garland Green – Just loving you (Spring)
– The Monitors – Just to keep you satisfied (Motown)
– The Escorts – Look over your shoulder (Alithia)

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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