Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine: Playlist from March 9, 2012 Options

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One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.

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Options March 9, 2012: Mardi Gras hangover

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Artist Track Label
Chuck Edwards  Downtown Soulville   Options Punch 
 
Music behind DJ:
Robert Parker 
Walkin'   Options Ron 
Earl King  You Can Fly High   Options King 
Huey “Piano” Smith  Free, Single and Disengaged   Options Ace 
Tommy Ridgely  The Girl Across The Street   Options Herald 
Chris Kenner  Johnny Little   Options Instant 
Professor Longhair  Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand   Options Ebb 
 
Music behind DJ:
“Red” Tyler 
Olde Wine   Options At Lact 
Marty Lewis  Holding On To What I Got   Options Alon 
Maurice Williams  High Blood Pressure   Options Herald 
Ruth Durand  I’m Wise   Options Imperial 
Jessie Thomas  All of My Love   Options Teem 
Benny Spellman  Walk On, Don’t Cry   Options Watch 
 
Music behind DJ:
The Hot Peppers 
New Orleans Surf   Options Sea-Horn 
Betty Taylor  I’m Going Home   Options Nola 
Lee Dorsey  You’re Breaking Me Up   Options Constellation 
Warren (Lee) Taylor  Every Hour, Every Day   Options Nola 
Jimmy Jules  Don’t Let Yourself Go   Options Carnival 
Art Neville  Hook, Line and Sinker   Options Instant 
 
Music behind DJ:
Gentleman June Gardner 
It’s Gonna Rain   Options Emarcy 
Betty Harris  I Don’t Want To Hear It   Options Sansu 
Willie Harper  Making Me Cry   Options Alon 
Huey “Piano” Smith  The Watcha’ Call ‘Em   Options Instant 
Oliver Morgan  Roll Call   Options Seven B 
 
Music behind DJ:
Bourbon Street Cabaret Band & Stripping Soc., Inc. 
Linda Baby   Options White Cliffs 

Listener comments!

  Fri. 3/9/12 8:06pm beach blanket bongo:

Can you dig it !? WE CAN !
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:09pm beach blanket bongo:

Thanks for the grit and grime at 45rpm while the solar jive prevents us from watching Rockford Files presently ! Finewine for prezzzzz !
Jacumba California has your back !
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:11pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Less talk, more soul! I can dig it.
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:11pm The Curious:

How was Spain?
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:16pm Screamin' Knee:

In 1968 Chris Kenner was convicted of statutory rape of a minor, and spent three years in Louisiana's Angola prison. Chris Kenner died from a heart attack in 1976, age 46.
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:18pm Sonny Rickles:

I am not a fan of the New Orleans sound.
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:19pm Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:

Morgus! Did you know he was back on TV here in the '80s? Fleshtones did a credible revival of this, too.
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:19pm The Curious:

Thanks for sharing. I'm liking it!
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:20pm beach blanket bongo:

Long live the South ! Sonny is a damn yankee !
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:21pm Tim Serpas:

No mention of Chopsley in the Morgus song?
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:24pm Gus:

Here ya go Tim - http://www.morgus.com/chopsley.html
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:26pm Gus:

Great show by the way Mr Wne !
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:26pm Gus:

Wine, not Wne
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:32pm beach blanket bongo:

That Prof Longhair 45 you played was POST stroke ! That makes it EVEN BETTER ! - "By 1957 Fess had recovered sufficiently to record six excellent sides in New Orleans for Beverly Rupe, issued on three 45 rpm Ebb Records singles: "No Buts, No Maybes" b/w "Cry Pretty Baby" (Ebb 101), "Misery" b/w "Look What You're Doing to Me" (Ebb 106), and "Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand" b/w "Look-a No Hair" (Ebb 121). These releases made little impact in the marketplace and would be Longhair's final recordings for a national label until the mid-1970s."
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:39pm Gus:

Hey beach, was his grave destroyed after the flood ? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=2703
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:47pm KW in GA:

Hey-Killer show!! Thanks for turning me on to this 45 at that crazy upstairs record cave that Eddie had.
Just to letcha know-my radio show is now on Weds 10-12pm
on WUOG 90.5FM. Catch it if ya can!
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:52pm beach blanket bongo:

Gus, Looks like it is still with us ( http://www.nolacemeteries.com/Mount%20Olivet%20Cemetery/index.html )
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:56pm Bossy Boots:

serious new orleans memories..... !
  Fri. 3/9/12 8:57pm The Curious:

The cemetery is still in business and selling plots, so all seems fine:

http://mtolivetcemeteryandmausoleum.com/
  Fri. 3/9/12 11:12pm scotty:

Welcome back , Great show as always !!!
  Fri. 3/9/12 11:20pm Vic:

this show hit the spot, badass and funky
  Sat. 3/10/12 2:55am Richard D:

Thanks for another fantastic show, Mr Fine Wine!!!
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