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"Border Radio/Soul City, NC" with Rick Cornell (archive)

Saturday, October 7, 2006 | 20:00 to 22:00 | alt-country/60s & 70s soul

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Kenny Roby The Sweep Diamond Cuts: Top of the Sixth Hungry for Music a baseball set in celebration of playoff time
Henry Wong The King of the Old Rawhide (The Ballad of Gaylord Perry) 45 Freedom Records
Bruce Piephoff Big Foot in the Door Hobo Nickel Flyin Cloud
Bobby Wayne Homestead Greys Hit That Thing! Bonedog Records
Dan Reeder I Drink Beer Sweetheart Oh Boy a beer set to celebrate beer; the first song is also a little basebally, so it fits with the first set
Todd Snider Beer Run New Connection Oh Boy
The Swaggerts American Beer The Whole Story Feralette
Ian McLagan & the Bump Band Nowhere to Run Spiritual Boy: An Appreciation of Ronnie Lane Maniac Records Ian McLagan at Tir na Nog tonight at 10
Ronnie Lane & Slim Chance Ooh La La (live) April Fool Pilot
Jim Lauderdale Single Standard Time Country Super Hits Vol. 1 Yep Roc Jim Lauderdale at the Pour House on Thursday, 12OCT
Jesse Dayton Why Do I Love You South Austin Sessions STAG
Peter Case Two Angels Thank You St. Jude Travellin' Light Peter Case and Malcolm Holcombe at the brand spanking new Hideaway BBQ on October 19
Amilia K. Spicer Never Coming Home A Case for Case: A Tribute to the Songs of Peter Case Hungry for Music
Malcolm Holcombe Where Is My Garden Not Forgotten self-released
Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys Slippin' Away Turntable Matinee Yep Roc
Soul City, NC Soul City, NC Soul City, NC Soul City, NC
King Curtis Memphis Soul Stew Beg, Scream & Shout! The Big Ol' Box of '60s Soul Rhino
Johnny Adams South Side of Soul Street Heart & Soul Vampisoul
Chuck Edwards Downtown Soulville Downtown Soulville! Soulville Records
The Impressions Woman's Got Soul The Very Best of the Impressions Rhino
Aretha Franklin Soul Serenade I Never Loved a Woman the Way I Love You Rhino/Atlantic Masters
James Carr You Gotta Have Soul A Man Needs a Woman Kent Soul
The Bar-Kays Soul Finger The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968 Atlantic
Clarence Carter Soul Deep Snatching It Back: The Best of Clarence Carter Rhino/Atlantic
Edwin Starr Soul City (Open Your Arms to Me) Soul Master/25 Miles Motown
Little Bob and the Lollipops Agent Double-O Soul I Got Loaded La Louisanne
Peggy Scott & JoJo Benson Soulshake The Complete SSS International Recordings RPM
Bettye LaVette Soul Tambourine Souvenirs Art & Soul
David Batiste Funky Soul Saturday Night Fish Fry Soul Jazz Records
Toots & the Maytals Reggae Got Soul The Best of Toots and the Maytals Island
Alton Ellis Soul Groover Soul Groover Trojan
Allen Toussaint Soul Sister The Complete Warner Recordings Rhino Handmade
The Lovettes Little Miss Soul Carnival of Soul, Vol. 2: Feelin' Good Kent Soul
Arthur Conley Sweet Soul Music Sweet Soul Music/Shake, Rattle & Roll Collectables
Sam & Dave Soul Man The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968 Atlantic
Wilson Pickett Soul Dance Number Three A Man and a Half: The Best of Wilson Pickett Rhino
Solomon Burke Wealth Won't Save Your Soul Make Do with What You Got Shout Factory!
* Hacienda Brothers It Tears Me Up What's Wrong with Right Proper American