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

Saturday, June 16, 2007 | 22:00 to 00:00 | alt-country/60s & 70s soul

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Nick Lowe Not Too Long Ago At My Age Yep Roc
The Bourbon Dynasty Things You Put Me Through The Bourbon Dynasty Night World
Sarah Borges & the Broken singles Lord Only Knows Diamonds in the Dark Sugar Hill
Mark Olson Poor Michael's Boat The Salvation Blues Hacktone
Amy Speace (w/ Gary Louris) Two Songs for Bright Street Wildflower Amy Speace & Sally Spring at the Pour House on June 21 for a 7:30 show.
Sally Spring Blue, Blue Heaven Mockingbird Sniffinpup
Two Cow Garage Camo Jacket Three Shelterhouse set of acts from last weekend's 11th annual Twangfest in St. Louis
Carrie Rodriguez I Don't Want to Play House Anymore Seven Angels on a Bicycle EMI
Tim Easton Just Like Home Special 20 Heathen
Blue Mountain Lakeside Tales of a Traveler Roadrunner
Wussy Don't Leave Just Now Wussy Shake It
Dolly Varden Sad Panda Clown's Lament The Panic Bell Undertow
Lone Justice Soap, Soup and Salvation Lone Justice Geffen I'm not quite through blathering on about Twangfest. These are three covers I heard in St. Louis last weekend. Elizabeth Cook covered "Soap..." (and she also covered the Velvet Underground's "Sunday Morning.") Blue Mountain covered "Cinnamon Girl" and Graham Parker covered "Sailin' Shoes."
Neil Young with Crazy Horse Cinnamon Girl Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Reprise
Little Feat Sailin' Shoes Sailin' Shoes Warner Bros.
Chuck Berry Reelin' and Rockin' The Chess Box MCA One more Twangfest cover. this one done by Graham Parker backed by the mighty Figgs. Chuck Berry played at the Twangfest venue couple days after the fest ended.
Soul City, NC Soul City, NC Soul City, NC
Fontella Bass Brown Eyed Handsome Man Brown Eyed Handsome Man: Saint Louis Salutes the Father of Rock & Roll Undertow
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings This Land Is Your Land Naturally Daptone
Otis Redding Satisfaction Otis Blue Atlantic
Al Green I Want to Hold Your Hand Soul Sides, Volume Two: The Covers Zealous
Freddie Scott Are You Lonely for Me Baby Cry to Me: The Best of Freddie Scott Sony/Legacy
Darrell Banks I've Got That Feeling Darrell Banks Is Here Sepia Tone
Doris Allen A Shell of a Woman A Fine Time! The South Side of Soul Street Sundazed
Roscoe Shelton There's a Heartbreak Somewhere Deep in My Soul AIM
Z.Z. Hill Three into Two Won't Go Greatest Hits Malaco
Bettye Swann I'm Lonely for You Bettye Swann Honest Jon's
Percy Sledge I Stand Accused When a Man Loves a Woman/Warm & Tender Soul Collectables
Lee Moses If Loving You Is a Crime (I'll Always Be Guilty) Time and Place Castle
Don Covay & the Goodtimers I Stole Some Love Sanctified Soul Kent
Marvin Gaye Can I Get a Witness Beg, Scream & Shout! Rhino
Solomon Burke The Judgement Don't Give Up on Me Anti-
O.V. Wright Eight Men, Four Women The Soul of O.V. Wright MCA
Elvis Costello and the the Attractions I Stand Accused Get Happy!! Rykodisc
Martha Bass Since I've Been Born Again Soul Gospel, Vol 2 Soul Jazz Records