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Fewsh Junction returns! Print E-mail


What would happen if Black Sabbath, TV on the Radio, and Soft Machine had a baby?  The evil progeny would be a two headed monster called Fewsh Junction!  Yes, join me Wednesday night as the infamous Fewsh, Monday nights from 6pm-8pm here on GtownRadio, sits for another two hour musical discussion.  Check out the original madness here!

Soul Junction and Fewsh: almost as fitting a combo as thinly veiled nudity and absinthe.  We promise to stay clothed, but make no promises about the absinthe.

Soul Junction
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm
Tea for two & two for tea.

November 14, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Stay Away"  Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band  7 Inch  (Dunham)

"Richard Pryor Addresses a Tearful Nation"  Joe Henry  Scar  (Mammoth)

"Can't Catch the Trane"  Terry Callier   I Just Can't Help Myself  (Cadet)

"Third Man Theme"  The Band  Moondog Matinee   (Capitol)

"It's My Time"  The Mynah Birds  7 Inch  (VIP/Motown)

"Moon Beam"  James "Blood" Ulmer  Black Rock  (Columbia)

"Temptation"  Prince  Around the World in a Day  (Paisley Park)

"Emperor's Main Course in Cantonese"  Kid Koala  10 Inch  (Ninja Tune)

"Godly Intersects"  Of Montreal  False Priest  (Polyvinyl)

"As Long as He Lies Perfectly Still"  Soft Machine  Volume Two  (Probe/ABC)

"Synthesis Side One: Tape Studies 1-4"  Herbert Deutsche   ????

"Deep Gully"  Mr. Chop  Switched On  (Five Day Weekend/NowAgain)

"I Give Up"  Jules & The Polar Bears  Fenetiks  (Wounded Bird)

"One More Night"  Can   Ege Bamyasi  (United Artists)

"Toiling"  Albert Ayler  The Last Album  (Impulse)

"Size 10.5 Sneaks"  Bill Frisell & Vernon Reid  Smash & Scatteration  (Rykodisc)

"Somebody's Calling My Name"  Baby Grandmothers  Forge Your Own Chains: Heavy Psychedelic Ballads & Dirges 1968-74  (NowAgain)

"Millions Are Getting Killed"  Lilly Greenham  Tendentious Neo-Semantics  (???)

"Sesame Street"  Blow Fly  Ultimate Breaks & Beats  (Street Beat)

Story of the hurricane. Print E-mail


The Frankenstorm kept me out of the studio last week, but not even the new storm brewin' can shut me out tonight!  Got a whole show of hurricane related tunes to spin, including music from Phil Upchurch, Rahsaan, Walter Wanderley, and of course, Weather Report.  Dry off & come on in!

Soul Junction
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm
When the levee breaks, got nowhere to stay. 

November 7, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Gimme Shelter"  Merry Clayton  Gimme Shelter  (Ode)

"Emotional Weather Report"  Tom Waits  Nighthawks at the Diner  (Elektra)

"Come Rain or Come Shine"  Bill Evans Trio  Portrait in Jazz  (Riverside)

"The Eye of the Hurricane"  Herbie Hancock  Maiden Voyage  (Blue Note)

"Keeps on Raining"  Billie Holiday  The Billie Holiday Story  (Decca)

"Wind Song"  Wes Montgomery  Down Here on the Ground  (A&M)

"Rain"  Walter Wanderley  Rain Forest  (Verve)

"Stormy"  The Meters  The Meters  (Josie)

"Stormy"  Duke Pearson featuring Flora Purim  It Could Happen With You  (Blue Note)

"Rain Drops Keep Falling On My Head"  Charlie Earland  Black Drops  (Prestige)

"Hurricane"  Shuggie Otis  Here Comes Shuggie Otis  (Epic)

"Ain't No Sunshine"  Rahsaan Roland Kirk  Blacknuss  (Atlantic)

"Darkness, Darkness"  Phil Upchurch  Darkness, Darkness  (Blue Thumb)

"I Can't Stand the Rain"  Ann Peebles  I Can't Stand the Rain  (Hi/Fat Possum)

"Blowin' in the Wind"  Stanley Turrentine  Common Touch  (Blue Note)

"Hurricane Jane"  Joe Farrell  Penny Arcade  (CTI)

"Windy C"  Ahmad Miller  Ahmad's First  Ahmad's First  (Stonesthrow)

"Flood in Franklin Park"  Grant Green  Live at the Lighthouse  (Blue Note)

"Spanish Moss-A Sound Portrait: Flash Flood"  Billy Cobham  Crosswinds  (Atlantic)

"Palladium"  Weather Report  Heavy Weather  (Columbia)

 "Purple Rain"  Prince  7 Inch  (Warner Bros.)

Born under a bad sign. Print E-mail


And we're back with vinyl grooves, Wednesday night at the Junction.  Got some killer bossa jazz from Dom Salvador & Os Ipanemas, reissued on the great Mr. Bongo label.  Dig some blues from Albert King, spiritual jazz from Marion Brown and some funk from Benin from El Rego.  Come on in!

Soul Junction
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm
Still listening to wax, I'm not using the CD.

October 24, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Hang On Sloopy"  Ramsey Lewis  Newly Recorded All-Time Non Stop Golden Hits  (Columbia)

"She Shot Me Down"  John Lee Hooker  The Big Soul of John Lee Hooker  (Vee Jay)

"You've Been Talkin' 'Bout Me Baby"  Donald Byrd  Up With Donald Byrd  (Verve)

"Gospel Groove"  Shuggie Otis  Here Comes Shuggie Otis  (Epic)

"Cutting the Mustard"  Revolutionary Blues Band   Revolutionary Blues Band  (Coral)

"Crosscut Saw"  Albert King  Born Under a Bad Sign  (Stax/Sundazed)

"Maimoun"  Marion Brown  Vista  (Impulse)

"Road Song"  Pat Martino  The Visit!  (Cobblestone)

"First Come, First Serve"  Ramon Morris  Sweet Sister Funk  (Groove Merchant)

"Black Whip"  Ivan "Boogaloo Joe" Jones  Black Whip  (Prestige)

"Nuttin' Up"  Ike Turner & The Kings of Rhythm  A Black Man's Soul  (Funky Delicacies)

"Consolacao"  Os Ipanemas  Os Ipanemas  (CBS/Mr. Bongo)

"Tematrio"  Dom Salvador Trio  Salvador Trio  (Mocambo/Mr. Bongo)

"Nobody Can Live Forever"  Tim Maia  Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia  (Luaka Bop)

"Morning"  Azymuth  Azimuth  (Som Livre/Far Out)

"Xibaba"  Cal Tjader  Amazonas  (Fantasy)

"Night in Tunisia"  Hugh Masekela  I Am Not Afraid  (Blue Thumb)

"Africa Bump"  Enrique Lynch  Peruvian Funk  (Secret Stash)

"Dis-Moi Oui"  El Rego et ses Commandos  El Rego et ses Commandos  (Daptone)

"Philly Dog"  Herbie Mann  Live at the Whiskey A Go Go  (Atlantic)

Rational culture. Print E-mail
Dig the vinyl grooves of the Junction Wednesday night.   Got more from the excellent Tim Maia compilation from Luakabop, this time centering on his UFO cult years (!!!), plus more from the surprisingly satisfying Story of Roy Porter Sound Machine from Germany's Tramp records.  And a mix of Brazilian inspired madness, including Maia's nephew, Ed Motta, spare Rhodes from Adam Makowicz and a loooong one from Isaac Hayes, backed by the Bar-Kays!
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm
If you didn't you wouldn't be in here.  
October 10, 2012
Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):
"Love the One You're With"  The Meters  Kickback  (Sundazed)
"Sandu"  Brown/Roach, Inc.  Study in Brown  (Trip)
"Bus Ride"  Sam Most   Mostly Flute  (Xanadu)
"Your Feet's Too Big"  Hank Jones, Ray Brown & Jimmie Smith  Jones Brown Smith  (Concord)
"Soul Sides"  Karl Denson & Soulive  Spark!  (Royal Family)
"Seven for Five"  Adam Macowicz  Unit  (Polskie Nagrania)
"Vasvirag"   Binder Quintet  Spiritual Jazz Vol. 3: Modal, Esoteric & Ethereal Jazz from the European Underground 1963-72  (Jazzman)
"The Sidewalk"  David T. Walker  The Sidewalk  (Revue)
"Jessica"  Roy Porter Sound Machine  The Story of Roy Porter Sound Machine 1971-75  (Tramp)
"Uncle Willie's Dream"  Paul Humphrey  America, Wake Up  (Blue Thumb)
"Tite Rope"  Harold Alexander  Sunshine Man  (Flying Dutchman)
"Rational Culture"  Tim Maia  Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia  (Luaka Bop)
"Papuera"  Ed Motta   Dwitza  (Whatmusic)
"Everybody Loves the Sunshine"  Seu Jorge & Almaz  Seu Jorge & Almaz  (Now Again)
"Lindo Sonho Delirante"  Fabio  Brazilian Fuzz Bananas: Tropicalia Psychadelic Classics 1967-76  (Tropicalia in Furs/World Psychedelic Classics)
"A Minha Menina"  Os Mutantes  Everything is Possible!: The Best of Os Mutantes  (Luaka Bop)
"Bold Soul Sister"  Ike & Tina Turner  16 Great Performances  (ABC)
"Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic"  Isaac Hayes  Hot Buttered Soul  (Enterprise)
"House Shoes"  The Bar-Kays  Soul Finger  (Atlantic)
Live from the Battle of Germantown (10/06/12) Print E-mail


Come on down to Cliveden this afternoon. The second battle re-enactment happens at 3 PM. Get all the details here: http://www.cliveden.org/battle-of-germantown. More pics below.

Nobody can live forever. Print E-mail


Vinyl grooves going down at the Junction Wednesday night.  Luaka Bop reemerges with volume 4 of the great World Psychedelic Classics series, this time highlighting the existential Brazilian soul of Tim Maia. Plus, the last remaining track on the Antibalas album, a killer new compilation of funky drummer Roy Porter from Germany's Tramp Records, and the Michael Kiwanuka track that got boxed out by Fela last week! 

Soul Junction
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm
Stop on by...you're welcome.  

October 3, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Gimme Some Lovin'"   Funk, Inc.  Priced to Sell  (Prestige)

"Cry Me a River"  J.J. Johnson  First Place  (Columbia)

"Trick Hips"  Bobby Timmons with Johnny Lytle  Workin' Out!  (Prestige)

"Lullaby of the Leaves"  Grant Green  Grant's First Stand  (Blue Note)

"I'll Get Along"  Michael Kiwanuka  Home Again  (Polydor/Interscope)

"Hip City"  Roy Porter Sound Machine  The Story of the Roy Porter Sound Machine 1971-75  (Tramp)

"Happiness Is..."  Melvyn Price  Rhythm & Blues  (Wax Poetics)

"Love Offering"  Buddy Terry  Lean On Him  (Mainstream)

"Manteca"  Dizzy Gillespie  The Source  (Jazzman)

"Quer Queira, Quer Nao Queira"  Tim Maia  Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia  (Luaka Bop)

"Just for a Moment"  George Danquah  Hot & Jumpy  (Tropic Vibe/Secret Stash)

"Sare Kon Kon"  Antibalas  Antibalas  (Daptone)

"You Goin' Miss Your Candyman"  Terry Callier  What Color is Love  (Cadet)

"City, Country, City"  War  The World is a Ghetto  (United Artists)

"Lonely Town, Lonely Street"  Bill Withers  Still Bill  (Sussex)

Atoned & attuned. Print E-mail


And we're back, cleansed of all sin, but still packing some dirty grooves.  Dig the Junction Wednesday night for the debut of Michael Kiwanuka's excellent new LP, which came out in January, but only recently got a U.S. vinyl release.  Plus, late 70s sweetness from Leo's Sunshipp, percussion heavy grooves from Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band, and more from volume 3 of the great Spiritual Jazz series from Jazzman Records!

Soul Junction
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm

September 26, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Summer in the City"  Dee Felice Trio  In Heat  (Starday/King)

"Cadets"  Jukka Eskola  Walkover  (Ricky-Tick)

"Summer Song"  Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen   Jaywalkin'  (Inner City)

"Bones"  Michael Kiwanuka  Home Again  (Polydor/Interscope)

"Bosna Calling"  Dusko Goykovic  Spiritual Jazz Vol. 2: Modal, Esoteric & Deep European Jazz 1960-78 (Jazzman)

"Barrio Chino"  Dennis Wiley  Spiritual Jazz Vol. 3: Modal, Esoteric & Ethereal Jazz from the European Underground 1963-72 (Jazzman)

"Berimbau"  Wanda de Sah & the Sergio Mendes Trio  Brasil '65  (Capitol)

"Soul Samba"  Bola Sete  At the Monterrey Jazz Festival   (Verve)

"Zumbi"  Jorge Ben  A Tabua de Esmeralda  (Philips)

"One for the Masses"  The Grasella Oliphant Quartette  The Grass Roots  (Atlantic)

"Up From the Skies"  The Gil Evans Orchestra  Plays the Music of Jimi Hendrix  (RCA Victor)

"Sweatin' It"  Eric Kloss  Doors  (Cobblestone)

"Give Me the Sunshine"  Leo's Sunshipp  We Need Each Other  (Lyon's)

"Hey Hey Hey"  James Mason  Rhythm of Life  (Chiaroscuro/Lucifer)

"Last Bongo in Belgium"  Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band  Bongo Rock  (Pride/MGM)

"Him Belly No Go Sweet"  Antibalas  Antibalas  (Daptone)

"Who No Know Go Know"  Fela & Africa '70  Everything Scatter  (Kalakuta)

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Tomorrow never knows. Print E-mail


Still some keepers in my sack from last week's excellent show with Brian Kors, but also some good new ones like Spectrum Road and Antibalas.  And Jazzman is at it again with a third round of scarce European spiritual jazz, right on the heels of the solid Volume 2.  Who's got my copy of the invisible Vol. 1???  Not done yet:  been feelin' Johnny Lytle & Stone Alliance in lately.  Check it Wednesday night.

Soul Junction
Wendesdays, 8pm-10pm
Got a feeling.

September 12, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Eleanor Rigby"  Richie Havens  Mixed Bag  (Verve Forecast)

"It Ain't Necessarily So"  Johnny Lytle  Got That Feeling!  (Riverside)

"Dorian"  Roy Haynes with Booker Ervin  Cracklin'  (New Jazz)

"Wyyowa"  Mike Longo  Talk With The Spirits  (Pablo)

"Mongolia"  Palle Mikkelborg & Radiojazzgruppen  Spiritual Jazz Vol. 3: Modal, Esoteric & Ethereal Jazz from the European Underground 1963-1972  (Jazzman)

"Blues for Tillmon"  Spectrum Road  Spectrum Road  (Palmetto)

"Love & Happiness"  Monty Alexander  Rass!  (MPS)

"Soul Sides"  Karl Denson & Soulive  Spark!  (Royal Family)

"Girlfriend"  The Filthy Six featuring Brendan Reilly  The Fox  (Acid Jazz)

"Keep Your Soul Together"  Freddie Hubbard  Keep Your Soul Together  (CTI)

"Dirty Money"  Antibalas  Antibalas  (Daptone)

"The Greeting (parts II-IV)"  Stone Alliance & Marcio Montarroyos  Stone Alliance & Marcio Montarroyos  (PM)

"L.T.D. (Life, Truth & Death)"  The Jimmy Castor Bunch  It's Just Begun  (RCA)

"Mark of the Unnamed"  The Budos Band  The Budos Band III  (Daptone)

"Midnight Walk"  Don "Sugarcane" Harris  I'm On Your Case  (MPS)

"Tomorrow Never Knows"  Steve Marcus  Tomorrow Never Knows  (Vortex)

"Bumble Bee (Sting Me)"  Wilson Pickett  In Philadelphia  (Atlantic)

"Hot, Funky & Sweaty"  The Soul Lifters  Hot, Funky & Sweaty  (Soul Patrol)

Ode to Billie Joe. Print E-mail


Good stuff going down at the Junction Wednesday night as local musician and songwriter Brian Kors of the Midnighters Band sits in with a guitar & a stack of records.  Going to get deep into American soul, with some Howard Tate, Mavis Staples and Dyke & The Blazers lined up. 

Soul Junction
Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm
99 & a half just won't do.

September 5, 2012



Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"For What It's Worth"  Lou Rawls  Blue Juice  (Capitol/Blue Note)

"Three-Four, The Blues"  Hank Garland  Jazz Winds From a New Direction  (Columbia)

"You Are Not Alone"  Mavis Staples  You Are Not Alone  (Anti)

"Ode to Billie Joe"  Lou Donaldson  Mr. Shing-a-Ling  (Blue Note)

"Funny"  Joe Hinton  7 Inch  (Backbeat)

"Neighbor Neighbor"  Jimmy Hughes  7 Inch  (Fame)

"Comin' Home Baby"  The City Champs  The Safecracker  (Electraphonic)

"Bullseye"  The Martinis  Late Late Party: Charles "Packy" Axton 1965-67  (USA/Light in the Attic)

"Mockingbird Sally"  Little Richard  7 Inch  (Reprise)

"Don't Let My Baby Ride"  O.V. Wright  7 Inch  (Backbeat)

"The Jealous Kind"  Delbert McClinton  The Jealous Kind  (Capitol)

"Used to be Love"  Lindell Hill  7 Inch  (Arch) 

"Heart of Gold"  Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band  7 Inch  (Dunham)

"Just a Closer Walk With Thee"  Brian Kors   Live in the GtownRadio.com Studio!

"8 Days on the Road"  Howard Tate  Howard Tate  (Atlantic)

"Home in Your Heart"  Solomon Burke  The Best of Solomon Burke  (Atlantic)

"Broadway Combination"  Dyke & The Blazers  The Funky Broadway  (Dionysus)

"I'm Movin' On"  Timi Yuro  Timi Yuro's Greatest Hits  (Liberty)

"Take Yo' Praise"  Camille Yarbrough  7 Inch  (Vanguard/BGP)

"Need You"  Prince La La  7 Inch  (AFO)

"You, Bo Diddley"  Bo Diddley  The Black Gladiator  (Checker)

"Everybody Got To Believe in Somebody"  Sam & Dave  I Thank You  (Atlantic)

"Outskirts of Town"  Brian Kors   Live in the GtownRadio.com Studio!

"Got to Get Back to My Baby"  The Sugarman 3  What the World Needs Now  (Daptone)

"Looking for a Home"  Little Buster  7 Inch  (Josie)

"Talkin' Loud & Saying Nothing (part 1)"  James Brown  7 Inch  (King)

"Wages of Sin"  Brian Kors   Live in the GtownRadio.com Studio!

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