Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine: Playlist from September 21, 2012 Options

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One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.

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Options September 21, 2012: People say but they don't know

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Artist Track Label
Music behind DJ:
The Checkers 
Skooby Doo   Options Arvee 
The Lamplighters  Be Bop Wino   Options King 
Roy Tan  Isabella   Options Dot 
The Knight Hawks  Explain to Jane   Options Contour 
The Vibraharps  Nosey Neighbors   Options Atco 
The Darlings  Two Time Loser   Options Kay-Ko 
The Scott Bros.  Memories   Options Parkway 
Music behind DJ:
Little Winfrey 
Charlie's Blues   Options Highland 
The Ohio Untouchables  Love Is Amazing   Options LuPine 
Bobby Freeman  The Mess Around   Options Josie 
The Vonns  So Many Days   Options King 
The High Keys featuring Troy Keyes  One Horse Town   Options Atco 
The Masters  Not My Baby   Options Crimson 
Music behind DJ:
The Sounds of Jack Downes 
Monkey Mash   Options D'Lux-Char Burger Drive Inn 
The Edward Brothers  People Say but They Don't Know   Options Music World 
Freddie Scott  I'll Be Gone   Options Shout 
Chuck Bernard  Can't Get You Off My Mind   Options New Breed 
Eddie Spencer  If This Is Love (I'd Rather Be Lonely)   Options Arc 
Gene Chandler  After the Laughter   Options Checker 
Music behind DJ:
W. Virgil Blanding 
Rip Tip   Options RVA 
The Rivieras  Can I Share Your Love   Options Riley's 
The Soul Generation  Soul Motivation (Pt. 2)   Options Tru-Ba-Dor 
The Vibrations  Love in Them There Hills   Options Okeh 
Charles (Mr. C.C.) Carlson  She's Not to Blame   Options Bold 
Music behind DJ:
Charlie Lucas & the Thrillers 
Soul for Sale   Options Waterbird 

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/21/12 8:08pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

"Be Bop Wino"-- an old fave from the Hound show.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:08pm Ignore Function:

The party is right here, Roy.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:21pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

Tarzan doesn't like "Explain To Jane."
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:29pm Adam Stanfel:

King, Federal, Bethlehem. It really don't get no better. More please!
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:34pm green mountain man mark:

Thanks Mr. Fine Wine. Always a great show. Been doing grouting project this afternoon and now into the evening. While doing it I was looking forward to around this time when I would be about done and hearing your show. Kept wfmu on the whole time, as usual, except for shut up weirdo. I tuned into the GTDR stream during that time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 9/21/12 8:39pm Fine Wine:

Hello, listeners!
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:42pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

"If This Is Love" is a raving fave.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:43pm seang:

killer title
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:50pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

I remember that first broadcast! But when were you on Saturdays??
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 9/21/12 8:52pm Fine Wine:

For one season, like summer of say 2004 or something...Guessing...
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:56pm Firebottle:

Wow! A perfect show. This one's going in the car stereo permanently.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 9/21/12 8:57pm Fine Wine:

Glad you dug! Jumpy: 1999, as it turns out.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:58pm green mountain man mark:

Thanks again for a great show. Always short. But great. Going back to either GTDR or Ichiban stream in two minutes.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:59pm Parq:

Great to hear "Them There Hills." First heard it in the 70s as a Pointer Sisters song.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:00pm Mike East:

yes, great show. Definitely too short.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:00pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

Now that I can't remember.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:01pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

That slow stuff is good for a close dance.
  Sat. 9/22/12 3:09pm Peter:

"After the Laughter (approx 0:43:00) is on Checker, so this means that Chicago looked at the Wendy Rene Stax record (1964) and said it was a good song. But it (1967) is different. It feels a bit like a mid tempo ballad like "Turn Back the Hands of Time." A literate stealing, if you will. Title first, then they will come. It's also slightly Philly.
  Sat. 9/22/12 3:17pm Peter:

"If This Is Love" (0:41:54) thanks for this. I've had it on a mix tape for 20 years anyways, didn't know what it was. Ooops. It's a vocal/over an earlier Precisions track which was done in Toronto???

  Sat. 12/1/12 8:09pm helenreddymades:

This episode was my entry into your wonderful world when it aired. I thought I'd really better come back and thank you for it, as I've been catching up through the archives. What a great show! I'm amazed by the consistency and quality of your selections. I've championed your show to all who will listen. Thank you again!

"Be Bop Wino" is a revelation! The matter of factness with which The Lamplighters belt out the song's subject is a real window into a different way of living: "Just a be bop wino, wino..."--nothing remarkable about there being a be-bop wino or in his winding up in jail. That's where all the be-bop wino wind up, of course...
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