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Options December 19, 2004: The Annual Winter Soul-stice
"45 RPM December" continues with my twice-yearly tradition of playing nothing but soul singles to celebrate the solstices. (Note: This program started late, so it is only 90 minutes long. Thanks to Bill Kelly for filling in during the first half hour.)

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Artist Track Label Comments
 
For Gousters and Fezneckys Only
Bobby Patterson and the Mustangs  Soul Is Our Music   Options Jetstar   
Sharpees  Do the 45   Options One-Derful   
Eddie Holland  Just a Few More Days   Options Motown   
Deon Jackson  Love Makes the World Go Round   Options Carla   
Entertainers IV  Temptation Walk   Options Dore   
Accents  New Girl   Options M-Pac!   
Volcanos  Storm Warning   Options Arctic  The Volcanos went on to become the Trammps of "Disco Inferno" fame. 
 
 
Sock It to 'Em, JB (All songs in this set are James Brown Productions)
Bill Pinkney  Don't Call Me   Options Fontana   
James Crawford  If You Don't Work You Can't Eat   Options Mercury  Not the same artist as James "Sugar Boy" Crawford 
Bobby Byrd  I Know You Got Soul   Options King   
Lyn Collins  Think (About It)   Options People   
Maceo and the Macks  Parrty – Part 1   Options People   
James Brown  James Brown's Boo-Ga-Loo   Options Smash  On which Mr. Dynamite plays the Hammond organ 
 
 
Music to Inspire a Breakout at a Fat Farm (For Monica)
Sugarcane Harris  A Little Soul Food   Options Epic   
Andre Williams & His Orch.  Rib Tip's Part 1   Options Avin  [sic] 
Clifford Curry  Good Humor Man   Options Elf   
Joe Tex  If Sugar Was as Sweet as You   Options Dial   
 
 
I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes
Jerry Blavat and the "Yon Teenagers"  Discophonic Walk   Options Favor  The legendary Philadelphia DJ also known as "the Geator With the Heater" 
Shangri-Las  Right Now and Not Later   Options Red Bird  Co-produced by former Motown staffer Robert Bateman 
Bobby Fuller Four  The Magic Touch   Options Mustang  Production help and drums supplied by future Seventies soulman Barry White 
Tom Jones  Stop Breaking My Heart   Options Parrot   
Billy Lee Riley  Happy Man   Options Atlantic  A soul side from the onetime Sun Records rockabilly artist 
 
 
I'm White, I'm Alright (More blue-eyed soul)
Mickey Lee Lane  Hey Sah-Lo-Ney   Options Swan   
Johnny Daye  Good Time   Options Jomada   
Wayne Cochran  Let Me Come With You Pt. 1   Options King   
 
 
Soul Heaven, Soul Hell or Soul Hoboken!
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles  Come Spy With Me   Options Tamla  The title song from the 1967 spy caper, starring Troy Donahue 
Roy "C"  Shotgun Wedding   Options Black Hawk   
Don Covay and the Goodtimers  See About Me   Options Columbia   
Oscar Toney, Jr.  For Your Precious Love   Options Bell   
Dixie Drifter  Soul Heaven   Options Roulette  a.k.a. Enoch Hawthorne Gregory, who was a DJ on influential New York soul station WWRL 
  BOX SCORE Number of songs: 30 • Percentage of songs from my personal collection: 100% • Ratio of songs with sung vocals to instrumental songs (instrumental includes spoken or chanted vocals): 25:5 • Ratio of all songs with a vocal component that contain solely male vocals to solely female vocals: 27:2 • Language percentages: English – 100% • Format breakdown: 7-inch vinyl – all • Longest song: 3:25 • Shortest song: 1:47 • Artists by continent (defined by origin of artist, not where song was recorded): North America – 29; South America – 0; Europe – 1; Asia – 0; Africa – 0; Australia/Oceania – 0 • Percentage of songs played that were produced by James Brown: 20% • Percentage of songs played that have the word "soul" in the title: 13% • Percentage of songs played that make allusions to other soul songs or artists: 13% • Number of songs played that were performed by people who are primarily DJs: 2 • Number of artists played whom i have seen perform live: 4 • Number of artists played whom i have met: 5 • Number of those i've met whom i've also seen perform: 1

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