Feb 21, 2020
For episode two, Soul City, Tom selected a cornucopia of obscure and better-known 60s soul singers. Get ready to revisit greats like Wilson Pickett and Little Milton, and to discover the unsung excellence of O.V Wright, Arlester Christian, Buddy Scott, James Carr, Joe Hughes and others. Watch MamboSauce.net and keep an eye out for Soul City Part 2 for artist bios and stories. This episode is long on music and short on talk…sometimes it’s just a party! Roll back the rug and get your enjoys, Mambo Sauce style!
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Mambo Sauce is sponsored by the Brass Eye Cocktail Lounge in historic downtown Niles, Michigan
Soul City features cuts from:
James Carr’s The Complete Goldwax Singles (Kent Records, 2001), Robert Ward’s Fear No Evil (Black Top Records, 1991), The Robert Cray Band’s Who’s Been Talking (The Tomato Music Company, 1980) and Bad Influence (Hightone Records, 1983), OV Wright’s The Soul of OV Wright (Duke Peacock/MCA Records, 1972), Fantastic Johnny C’s Boogaloo Down Broadway (Phil L.A. Of Soul, 1968), Otis Rush’s Right Place, Wrong Time (Bullfrog Records/Hightone Records, 1976), Wilson Pickett’s An Introduction to Wilson Pickett (Rhino Entertainment Company/Warner, 2018), Dyke and The Blazers’ So Sharp (featuring Arlester Christian) (Kent Records, 1983), Little Milton’s Chess Master Series (Chess, 1976), Otis Clay’s The Beginning: Got To Find A Way (P-Vine Special (Japan), 1979), and Mighty Joe Young’s Live At The Wise Fool’s Pub (Quicksilver Records, 1990), along with Buddy Scott with Scotty and The Rib Tips on Alligator Records’ 1980 Living Chicago Blues Anthology Volume 4 and Joe Hughes on Home Cooking Records’ 1988 Blues as Big As Texas compilations.
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