KUSF 09.28.10 In The Soul Kitchen DJ Harry D



1st Hour









2nd Hour









The O’Jays-Time To Get Down-Backstabbers (Sony/Legacy)
Labelle-What Can I Do For You-Best Of (Sony/Legacy)
The Mannish Boys-Too Tired-Shake For Me (Delta Groove)
Lafayette “Thing” Thomas-The Thing-West Coast Guitar Killers ’51-’65 (Official)
Justin Hinds and The Dominoes-Satan-The Anthology (Trojan-UK)

Little Walter-Last Night-The Chess Years ’52-’63 (Charly-UK)
Little Walter-Mellow Down Easy-The Chess Years ’52-’63 (Charly-UK)
Memphis Slim-The Comeback-Rockin’ The Blues (Charly-UK)
Junior Wells-Messin’ With The Kid-Calling All Blues (Fuel 2000)
Magic Sam-All Your Love-Live (Delmark)

James Brown-Maybe I’ll Understand-The Singles ’60-’70 (Universal)
Lee Dorsey-Get Out Of My Life, Woman-Wheelin’ and Dealin’ (Arista)
O.V. Wright-Don’t Let My Baby Ride-A Nickel and A Nail & The Ace of Spades (Reel Music)
Muddy Waters-You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had-Fathers and Sons (Universal)
Little Milton-What Kind of Love Is This-Chess Blues Guitar (Universal)
Roosevelt Sykes-Drivin’ Wheel-Grind It (Total Energy)
Count Basie-Texas Shuffle-Complete Decca Recordings (Universal)
Marvin Gaye-Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)-Best Of (Motown/Universal)

Curtis Mayfield-Kung Fu-Move On Up/Singles Anthology ’70-’90 (Sequel-UK)
Bill Withers-Who Is He (And Who Is He To You)-Best Of (Music Club-UK)
Betty Wright-Let Me Be Your Lovemaker-Best Of (Rhino)
Jimmy “Bo” Horne-Let Me Be Your Lover-Funky Breaks & Sampled Soul (Music Club-UK)
Tower of Power-Maybe It’ll Rub Off-Urban Renewal (Warner Bros.)
The Chi-Lites-Stoned Out of My Mind-Best Of (Kent/Ace-UK)

Wilson Pickett-Sit Down and Talk This Thing Over-Hey, Jude (Atlantic/JAPAN)
Clarence Carter-I Smell A Rat-Testifyin’ (Koch)
Syl Johnson-Thank You Baby-Is It Because I’m Black (Charly-UK)
Dyke and The Blazers-Unh-So Sharp (Kent/Ace-UK)

Roy Haynes-Like This-Whereas (Dreyfus)
Jason Moran-Skitter In (Blue Note)

1 comment:

bobomrsoul said...

Can't tell you how wonderful it was to hear your show kick off with the O'Jays' "Time To Get Down."
Magical choice...