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Time-length-icon 30m 40s
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Publish-date-icon March 31, 2009
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

here's some great songs, all lp cuts that have slipped off comps and singles and through the cracks. luckily i caught these and put them on this thing.
Sylvers on some uplifting ish. We can make it if we try. Lee Dorsey + Meters + Allen Toussaint=redickulafied-idlydope. I love that one. Rufus Thomas doesn't want to dance. You heard right. He wants to sing. And walk. Late stax issue goodness. Otis is the man. Champagne and wine. One of the last sessions he recorded before he ended up here in the lake. Simply kills it. Another late career gem comes from Al on 'i gotta be more'. Mid seventies, maybe his last one with producer Willie Mitchell.
Sly was nearly a drooling retard on smack by the time 'my world' came out, but god damn its pretty. Howard Tate got his career burgled by the drugs too, but he managed to belt out some ill cuts before then. This one steps the neck of modern auto tune r&B clowns. Esther Phillips, with the help of James Browns old arranger Pee Wee Elis destroys this Bill Withers penned ditty:'Justified'. I think she's drunk up in the booth and it drives the emotional level up to ten. Tina is a beast. This may be the chipmunks best cameo of all time. Somehow they don't ruin it for me. Fuck it.
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