[acid-jazz] Soul-Patrol.Net Radio's Top 30 for March 2003

From: Bob Davis (earthjuice_at_prodigy.net)
Date: 2003-03-22 14:46:19

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    Soul-Patrol.Net Radio's Top 30 for March 2003

    <a href="http://www.soul-patrol.net"> SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO </a>

    It's been a short month for us here due to our "technical difficulties", but none the less
    yall have been taking advantage of the oppurtunity to listen to some of our broadcasts since
    our site has been back up and here are the "relative rankings" (popularity contest) for the
    month of March.

    Here are a few trends...

    - Soul-Patrollers dig slow jams, three of Will Chill's "Master of the Slow Jams" broadcasts
    rank in the top 30.
    - Soul-Patrollers love Motown, 6 of the top 10 shows feature Motown artists.
    - Soul-Patrollers are willing to check out INDEPENDENT music, 8 of the broadcasts in the top
    30 feature INDEPENDENT artists
    - Soul-Patrollers are interested in hearing interviews with the artists (and we have more
    - Soul-Patrollers are interested in hearing a historical perspective, done in a creative
    manner (not just "spinning of records without a context") including music/commentary from
    people who know the 'real deal' (and we have more coming)
    - It's awfully nice to see some DOO WOP once again in our top 30 :)
    - Overall FUNK rules, with 13 of the 30 broadcasts being FUNK music/culture oriented

    Anyhow, here are the results...
    All of the links work

    1. Rick James - Live Concert from 1980 in Santa Monica California

    2. Temptations David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks - Radio interview from 1991

    3. Marvin Gaye - What's Going On CD Deluxe

    4.Supremes Anthology

    5. Ray Goodman and Brown - A Moment With Friends

    6. Jackson Five Sampler

    7. Victor Wooten - Live In America

    8. Mandrill - Peace and Love

    9. James Brown - Live At The Apollo Volume 2

    10.70's Supremes Anthology

    11. Gary Tyson's Five Stairsteps Tribute

    12. World Famous Nightrain Radio Program: Supremes, N'Dambi, Sly Stone, Sonny Boy, Sista
    Monica, Jackie Wilson, Laura Nyro, Sheps, Temptations, Dee Dee Warwick, Mighty Sam, Sam Cooke

    13. Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On CD Deluxe

    14. Gary Tyson's Jimi Hendrix Tribute

    15. Will Chill Master of the Slow Jams #4: Featuring the classic RARE SLOW JAMS of: Temprees,
    Ocapellos, Sweet Thunder, Bunny Sigler, Alicia Myers, Teena Marie, Confunkshun, Janita,
    Aretha Franklin, Bloodstone, Carl Carlton, Contours

    16. Soul-Patrol Jazz #2: Featuring the BRAND NEW JAZZ from: Monnette Sudler, Phillip Bailey,
    Dale Fieldler, Jonathan Butler, D-Erania, Leroy K. Wofford, Digable Planets

    17. Ted 'Wizard' Mills Blue Magic Lead Singer Interview/Music Take a listen to one of our
    LIVING LEGENDS as he tells us the real deal about Blue Magic, their history and their future
    as we also listen to a few of Blue Magic's classic cuts.

    18. Sonny Boy - Urban Misfit: In the tradition of the musical artistry of Sly Stone, Jimi
    Hendrix, Prince, Billy Preston, poised to meet the challenge of the D'ANGELO GENERATION!

    19. Mighty Sam McClain - ONE MORE BRIDGE TO CROSS: A GENRE BUSTING CD, combining blues,
    funk, soul, rock and gospel all in one consciousness-raising package. It's just the kind of
    music we should all be paying attention to during the troubled times we currently find
    ourselves living in. http://www.soul-patrol.net/mightysam.ram

    20.RADIO BRC @ Soul-Patrol.NET Radio: Show #8 Black Rock Coalition - Critical wax, Seminal
    acts and Crucial facts from: Earl Douglas, Darrell McNeil, Laronda Davis of the Black Rock
    Coalition. Featuring music from The Negro Problem, Cody ChesnuTT, Spearhead, Chango Mango,
    Michelle N, Terrence Trent Darby, and others.

    21.Will Chill Master of the Slow Jams #2: Featuring music of: Whispers, Klique, Billy
    Stewart, Dr. York, Eddie Kendricks, Dells, Etta James/Harvey Fuqua, Delfonics, Levert,
    Moments, Mad Lads, Black Ivory, Fontella Bass

    22. Join legendary Philly DJ 'Giant' Gene Arnold with his guests: Vince Montana, Chubby
    Checker, Ron Bess, Marty Angelo and Ron Joseph as they TAKE US TO SCHOOL in a wide ranging
    discussion about the evolution of disco, play some of it's most influential cuts and bring us
    up to date on today's disco/dance music scene. They also attempt to answer the elusive
    questions such as "When Did Disco Start"? And "When Did Disco End"?

    23. Will Chill Master of the Slow Jams #1: Isley Bros, Delfonics, Intruders, Unifics, Al
    Green, Roy C, Ambassodors, Mad Lads, Dramatics, Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell, Rose brothers,
    Whispers, Spinners, Riff, Holidays, Ohio Players.

    24. Live concert performance by ORIGINAL P (Parliament-Funkadelic) at the Roxy in Boston: You
    are going to hear LIVE versions of Maggot Brain, One Nation Under a Groove, Knee Deep, STOMP
    and Flashlight!

    25. GIANT GENE'S SOUNDS OF PHILLY:- Intruders, Harold Melvin, Billy Paul, O'Jays, Creations,
    Delfonics, Stylistics, Labelle and more.

    26. Smokey Robinson And The Miracles - Going To A Go-Go/Away We Go-Go

    27. RIOSOUL: RHYTHMS OF THE SOUL- New CD Release from the LA Based Soul/Funk band. Think of a
    combination of Slave, Brand New Heavies, with a splash of New Birth

    28. Mike and Baron's Block Party Part 1: Mike & Baron, stuck in a time warp take us on a
    nostalgic, FUNK FILLED trip to a Harlem Block Party circa 1971-1973, featuring the music of:
    Kool and the Gang, Little Sister, James Brown, Undisputed Truth, Ramrods.

    29. 100 Percent new FUNK- Bob Allen, China, D-Settlement, P-Funk, Teena Marie, House of Soul,
    Hamish Stuart, Fishbelley, King Britt, James Brown

    30. A 35 min broadcast, featuring new music from the BEST DOO WOP CD RELEASE OF 2002: 'VOCAL

    If you haven't already checked out some of these broadcasts, I coudually invite you to spend
    some time checking them out.
    - You can listen while you surf the net.
    - You can listen while you are in a chat room.
    - You can listen while you are in email
    - Best of all, you can listen along with your children.

    This programming collectively represents the past, present and future of our music/culture.
    Be sure to share that perspective with your children!

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    Bob Davis
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