Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine: Playlist from February 1, 2013 Options

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One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.

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Options February 1, 2013: The Motor City is burning

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Artist Track Label Format
Chuck Edwards  Downtown Soulville   Options Punch  45 
 
Music behind DJ:
The Swinging Tigers 
Snake Walk (Pt. 2)   Options Tamla  45 
LaBrenda Ben & the Beljeans  The Chaperone   Options Gordy  45 
Richard Kateo  Pink Cadillac (That's What I Want) (Pt. 1)   Options Northern  45 
Rubien Fort  I'll Do the Best I Can   Options Check-Mate  45 
Donald Richards  Hello Operator   Options Chex  45 
Johnnie Mae Matthews  Don't Talk About My Man   Options Big D  45 
The Vells  You'll Never Cherish a Love So True ('Til You Lose It)   Options Mel-o-dy  45 
 
Music behind DJ:
Dave Hamilton and His Peppers 
Donna's Cha-Cha   Options Hi-Q  45 
The Corvells  Baby Sitting   Options Lu Pine  45 
The Contours  Searching for a Girl   Options Gordy  45 
John Lee Hooker  The Motor City Is Burning   Options BluesWay  45 
Jimmy "Soul" Clark  That Ain't Cool   Options D-Town  45 
Lee Rogers  Jack the Playboy   Options Premium Stuff  45 
 
Music behind DJ:
George Young and the Youngsters 
Mechanic from Hamtramck   Options Pacesetter  45 
Nathaniel Mayer  From Now On   Options Fortune  45 
Timmy Shaw & Little Melvin  Can't We Make This Love Last   Options Premium Stuff  45 
Herbie Thompson  Let Your Love (Grow Stronger)   Options Big Hit  45 
The Versatones  With a Broken Heart   Options Magic City  45 
 
Music behind DJ:
Detroit Emeralds 
Shades Down   Options Ric Tic  45 
The Firestones  Buy Now Pay Later Plan   Options Moira  45 
Brotherly Love  Growing Pains   Options Music Merchant  45 
Little Man & the Inquires  Funky Breakdown   Options Cu-Wu  45 
Reuben Henry  Three Little Boys: Robert, Martin Luther and John   Options Natural  45 

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:05pm Tony in Durham NC:

Great way to start Friday nite!
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:08pm MuttonChops:

Happy Friday, Toddophonic . . . I mean Mr. Fine Wine!
Avatar    Fri. 2/1/13 8:12pm spidermank:

acenessness
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:16pm I X Key!:

I've got my soul clothes on!
Avatar    Fri. 2/1/13 8:16pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Go Niners? Go, 45s! That's where it's at!
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:17pm G:

The Motor City is Burning. remember it well. summer of 67.
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:18pm other david:

Oh Mr. Fine Wine, with these divine tracks you are spoiling us.
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:23pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

love flutes!
  Fri. 2/1/13 8:30pm Vick S. Burgskid:

This place - Deetroyt, you call it? Seems to have a certain musical dynamic. I find it very pleasing.
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:31pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

yes yeah
  Fri. 2/1/13 8:36pm DP:

Hey G. You're WELCOME for the BIG 8 DVD. <<sarcasm>>
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:40pm Mr. Fine Wine:

G, didn't you thank DP for that?
  Fri. 2/1/13 8:48pm clark Barâ„¢:

I have never heard of most of this stuff, Mr. Finewine. For me, my knowledge begins at Head East and ends with Foghat. Still, I am digging your efforts, and learning.
  Fri. 2/1/13 8:53pm DP:

Head East! No Words.
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:53pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

Do they still do lay a way? I remember my mom doing lay away back in the 70s
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 8:55pm Mr. Fine Wine:

Wow, GMMM! What a setup for someone. Not me, though.
Avatar Fri. 2/1/13 9:00pm Green Mountain Man Mark:

Hey! It was when you bought an item that was on sale and held it in "lay away" and had a certain amount of time to go back and claim it with the held price. I can't be the only one here that remembers that. K-Mart back in the 70s used to have "blue light specials" and you could get the items on special and put them on law-a-way to get them later.
  Sat. 2/2/13 7:20pm adam:

thankfully my mom also used to lay away in the 70s so i could be here to listen to this music.
  Wed. 2/13/13 1:09am richie1250:

god daaaaaaaaaamn that john lee hooker record was too much. Love that kinda tough drum sound, like ike and tina bold soul sister, good evil crunchy metallic hat sound to die for
  Mon. 2/25/13 7:51am Garageman:

Scorching show this week. Too bad that this year's Fine Wine Premium is not another Detroit special. The one from four years ago is all killer and no filler. Still, cowboys and indians it shall be.
  Thu. 3/14/13 5:07pm M'lynn:

Hoo-boy, grew up in Detroit when it was a GREAT city; listened to R &B in the '50's, 60's, times of legendary radio dj's (Frantic Ernie Durham, Senator Bristol Bryant, Tom Clay, Martha Jean the Queen) I appreciate you carrying on this fine tradition, Mr Wine. You've got a friend here in Boston.
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