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

Sunday, September 7, 2008 | 22:00 to 00:00 | alt-country/60s & 70s soul

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Jerry Reed Tupelo Mississippi Flash RCA Country Legends
Elvis Presley U.S. Male Tomorrow Is a Long Time
Gene Vincent Crazy Legs Capitol Collector's Series: Gene Vincent
Brenda Lee That's All You Gotta Do The Definitive Collection
Clarence Gatemouth Brown Amos Moses More Dirty Laundry: The Soul of Black Country Trikont
Jerry Reed When You're Hot, You're Hot The Essential Jerry Reed R.I.P. Jerry Reed. He wrote the Elvis, Gene Vincent, and Brenda Lee songs in this set.
Rodney Crowell I've Done Everything I Can Sex & Gasoline Work Song/Yep Roc
Eric Hisaw The Night Johnny Died Nature of the Blues Saustex
Girls Guns and Glory Temptation Inverted Valentine self-released
Miss Leslie In the Matter of Me and You Between the Whiskey and the Wine Zero Label
Chris Knight Another Dollar Heart of Stone Drifter's Church At the Berkeley Cafe on 11SEP
Eilen Jewell Too Hot to Sleep Letters from Sinners & Strangers Signature Sounds At Slim's on 10SEP
Sonny Landreth Louisiana 1927 Sail Away: The Songs of Randy Newman Sugar Hill At Papa Mojo's on 14SEP
John Dee Holeman Ain't Gonna Worry My Life Anymore You Got to Lose, You Can't Win All the Time Music Maker At a couple different places over the next two weeks
The Whistlestop Come Home Baby Now The Whistlestop Apex Records At Slim's on 12SEP
Joe Henry Good Fortune Short Man's Room Mammoth
Soul City, NC 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
Little Milton Good to Me As I Am to You If Walls Could Talk Shout!
The Majestic Arrows Doing It for Us Eccentric Soul: The Bandit Label Numero Group
The Soul Stirrers Why Am I Treated So Bad Chicago Soul Soul Jazz
Mitty Collier Miss Loneliness Shades of Mitty Collier: The Chess Singles 1961-1968 Kent Soul
Frederick Knight I've Been Lonely So Long (demo) The Birmingham Sound: The Soul of Neal Hemphill Vol. 2 Rabbit Factory
Little Lois Barber Specify The Birmingham Sound: The Soul of Neal Hemphill Vol. 1 Rabbit Factory
Unknown Get Up and Get at It The Birmingham Sound: The Soul of Neal Hemphill Vol. 2 Rabbit Factory
Ruth Brown Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean (Nashville Version) Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm & Blues 1945-1970 Lost Highway/Country Music Hall of Fame
Freddie North OK, So What? Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm & Blues 1945-1970, Volume Two Lost Highway/Country Music Hall of Fame
Herbert Hunter Push Away from the Table Music City Soul Kent Soul
Ann Sexton I'm His Wife (You're Just a Friend) The Sound Stage 7 Story Charly
Della Humphrey Don't Make the Good Girls Go Bad Miami Sound Soul Jazz
Johnny K. Killens & the Dynamites I Don't Need Help Eccentric Soul: The Deep City Label Numero Group
Helene Smith Wrong or Right He's My Baby Eccentric Soul: The Outskirts of Deep City Numero Group
Louis King Our Love Will Overcome Everything Carolina Soul Survey Grapevine
Eddie Spencer If This Is Love (I'd Rather Be Lonely) Jamaica to Toronto: Soul Funk & Reggae 1967-1974 Light in the Attic