Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine: Playlist from March 5, 2010 Options

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One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.

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Options March 5, 2010: Marathon Week 1with co-host Michael Shelley

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Artist Track Label Approx. start time
Guitar Murphy  Sufferin' Soul (Pt. 1)   Options Emerson  0:00:00 ()
Ronnie & Joyce  We Got the Feeling   Options Funkadelphia  0:07:04 ()
Les De Merle  Bulldozer   Options Tournament  0:09:22 ()
Honey & the Bees  Dynamite Exploded   Options Funkadelphia  0:14:37 ()
Sir Stan  Soulin'   Options Magnum  0:17:44 ()
Sam Dees  Lonely for You Baby   Options Sundazed  0:20:01 ()
Baby Neal & the Smart Brothers  Lorraine   Options Numero Group  0:24:03 ()
Danny White  Natural Soul Brother   Options Sundazed  0:27:33 ()
Bernard Purdie  Soul Drums   Options Sony  0:31:01 ()
Sounds of Jack Downes  Monkey Mash   Options D'Lux Char Burger Drive Inn  0:34:30 ()
Booker TAverheart  I Wanta Be President   Options Soultex  0:37:26 ()
Bernard Purdie  Genuine John   Options Sony  0:37:58 ()
Shirley Ann Lee  There's a Light   Options Numero  0:41:03 ()
Twistin' Kings  Congo (Pt. 1)   Options Motown  0:44:44 ()
Willie Spencer  Riding Shotgun   Options   0:49:33 ()
Frankie Luv  Frankie's L.A. Stomp (Pt. 1)   Options Chancellor  0:53:01 ()
Ray Scott  Right Now   Options   0:54:48 ()
Stone Love  Stone Spanada   Options Lofton  0:57:23 ()

Listener comments!

  Fri. 3/5/10 7:09pm Danne D:

Love the orange background.
Pledge for the excellence that is Downtown Soulville folks!
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:20pm Stanley Steam Submarine:

Finewine ! Those drunks took at least two 45's time from my ears this week.....sufferin' soul indeed !
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:23pm Danne D:

Woohoo Thanks!
Keep on pledging good people - we need to keep the supply of these great 45s intact!
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:31pm mike noble:

oh blast, i missed who won the philly CD!
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:36pm PRE 63 AMERICA:

Why would anyone EVER take credit for playing drums for the Beatles. Barf.
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:37pm Shabby Shiraz:

Any other listeners in Europe?
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:38pm Joe in the phone room:

Steve from Philly won the Philly CD, Mike.
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:43pm SUBWAY TRAIN:

More expensive transit ride when you lost that 45 box Finewine
  Fri. 3/5/10 7:52pm Snortley:

There's still a vein of phillistinism running through Kansas, Wyoming, Idaho, and (are we surprised?) Alaska. Come on folks; represent!

And speaking of Asia, whose gonna be first, Seoul, Busan, or for that matter, Taipei?
  Fri. 3/5/10 8:07pm Steve Barton:

Great show Finewine and Shelley, thanks.
  Fri. 3/5/10 8:26pm kissa:

I would donate but Haiti and Chile need my money more than a radio station in USA.
Use your money to save human lives, not help disc jockeys play records.

Thanks for the music anyway.
  Sat. 3/6/10 12:09am Ike:

Kissa, you dirt-licking pustule on the anus of philanthropy. Your high horse looks more like a diseased donkey.

Are you listening online? Then you're sucking up WFMU's bandwidth, which costs money. EVERY ADDITIONAL INTERNET LISTENER COSTS MORE MONEY. No money to station? Station dies. These DJs are volunteers. Virtually everyone associated with the station is a volunteer.

If music isn't important, why are you listening? Without music, would life be worth living? I say no. I also say you should get lost (preferably in the middle of an earthquake). I volunteered at WFMU today; what did you do? I could've volunteered in Haiti or Chile instead, maybe. I chose not to. Will you condemn me for that as well? How much money can you give to Haiti and/or Chile anyway? Where do you stop? Do you eat nothing but rice so you'll have more money to give to them? No? Then maybe you should condemn yourself and not just the people who donate to WFMU instead of, or in addition to, Haiti and/or Chile.

What about the oppressed peoples of Burma? What are you doing to help them? Hmmmm? WHAT?!? Where were you before Haiti had this earthquake? Are you a fair-weather philanthropist? What about the homeless guy on the corner? Are you going to spend all day trying to diagnose his mental illness and improve his life? NO? THEN YOU'RE A SCUMBAG, RIGHT!?! Goddamn it, WHERE DO WE STOP?

You are a festering smudge of toxic waste in the river of human kindness.
  Mon. 3/8/10 5:44am Gargeman:

The dollars are on their way Mr Fine Wine. Looking forward to giving your Premium CD a good blast and another twelve months of superlative soulful sounds.
  Tue. 3/9/10 8:43am Papa Go Go:

I think I can clear up the Purdie/Beatles debate. He was employed by MGM in the mid '60s to overdub extra drums/pcsn on some of the Beatles Hamburg recordings. These had featured original drummer Pete Best & not Ringo. Mr Purdie doth shit thee not. Tis all true! Keep up the great work. Love from London, England.
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