Category Archives: Soul

That’s The Way The World Goes ‘Round

Friday morning fresh from the archives. We’ve got the classics today with a free form mix of vintage sounds from siblings The Mills Brothers and The Boswell Sisters as well as some folk, jubilee, soul, and rhythm from Sugar Pie De Santo, Andy Griffith, The New Christy Minstrels, and The Manhattan Transfer. If that’s now enough, we’ll share some Killer, Albert Ammons, and Creedence. You cannot go wrong on a Thursday evening…. particularly when we get cooking with a track from Maria Muldaur, Marcia Ball, and Angela Strehli in tribute to Sister Rosetta. Join Dave Stroud on Sonoma County Community Radio…88.1 FM, streaming at kwtf.net/live.

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2John Prine That's the Way That the World Goes 'Round Great Days: The John Prine Anthology Disc 1 Amazon
3Jerry Lee Lewis Just a Little Bit Southern Roots Amazon
4The Four Blazes Mary Jo Mary Jo Amazon
5Fats Domino Lady Madonna Fats Is Back Amazon
6Big Joe Turner Shake, Rattle and Roll Big Joe Rocks Amazon
7The Isley Brothers Shout, Pts. 1-2 Red, White & Rock Disc 1 Amazon
8The Isley Brothers Twist And Shout Grandson Of Frat Rock! Vol. 3 Amazon
9Maria Muldaur, Marcia Ball, Angela Strehli & Tracy Nelson Shout, Sister, Shout! Shout, Sister, Shout! – A Tribute to Sister Rosetta Tharpe Amazon
10Louis Armstrong Going To Shout All Over God's Heaven Louis And The Good Book Amazon
11Andy Griffith Careless Love Shouts The Blues And Old Timey Songs Amazon
12Hoagy Carmichael & His Orchestra Georgia On My Mind Paper Moon Amazon
13The New Christy Minstrels Wagoner's Song (Land of the Sacramento) Ramblin' Amazon
14Rudy Vallee Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries Vagabond Lover Amazon
15The Boswell Sisters Got The South In My Soul The Boswell Sisters Collection Amazon
16The Mills Brothers Swing Is The Thing Mills Brothers – Goldent Greats Amazon
17Kermit Ruffins When It's Sleepy Time Down South We Partyin' Traditional Style Amazon
18Creedence Clearwater Revival Lodi Green River Amazon
19Quicksilver Messenger Service Dino's Song The Best Of Quicksilver Messenger Service Amazon
20The Manhattan Transfer Tuxedo Junction Anthology – Down In Birdland (Disc 2) Amazon
21Videos Trickle Trickle Doo Wop Box Disc 3 Amazon
22Chuck Willis Sugar Sugar I Remember Chuck Willis / The King Of The Stroll Amazon
23Chuck Willis Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes I Remember Chuck Willis / The King Of The Stroll Amazon
24Sugar Pie DeSanto A Little Taste of Soul A Little Bit of Soul (1957-1962) Amazon
25Big Daddy Wilson I Got Plenty Deep in My Soul Amazon
26Benny Spellman Fortune Teller The History of New Orleans Rhythm & Blues [Disc 6] Amazon
27King Floyd Groove Me In Yo' Face!: The History Of Funk, Vol. 1 Amazon
28Eric Clapton I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) [feat. Don White] The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale Amazon
29Benny Goodman Trio Oh, Lady Be Good After You've Gone:The Original Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet Amazon
30Johnny Hamp's Kentucky Serenaders Sunnyside Up Paper Moon Amazon
31Buck Owens Big in Vegas The Buck Owens Collection (1959-1990) – Disc 3 Amazon
32Norman Fox & The Rob Roys/Sid Bass/The Rob Roys Pizza Pie Doo Wop Box Disc 3 Amazon
33Dean Martin/Orchestra That's Amore That's Amore: The Best of Dean Martin Amazon

The Stax Label

Founded in 1957 by brother and sister Jim Stewart and Estelle Axton as Satellite Records, Stax Records would become a powerhouse soul and R&B label in the sixties. Their ‘open door’ policy of welcoming artists to prove themselves in the studio produced an unparalleled cadre of talent. Although it looked as if the label went down with its biggest talent, Otis Redding, in 1967 when Atlantic Records had Stax forfeit all of its studio recordings through its power of majority stakeholder, under the guiding hand of Al Bell, the catalogue was rebuilt and a whole new generation of performers would surface in the 1970s. We’ll share the stories and the music from the Stax label this Friday on Deeper Roots on Sonoma County’s powerhouse low power station, KOWS.

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2Ruby Johnson I'll Run Your Hurt Away The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (5 of 9) Amazon
3Veda Brown Short Stopping Stax 50th Anniversary Collection [Disc 3] Amazon
4Mable John Your Good Thing (Is About To End) Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
5Judy Clay & William Bell Private Number Stax 50th [[Disc 1]] Amazon
6Jean Knight Mr. Big Stuff Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 2] Amazon
7Mel & Tim Starting All Over Again Stax 50th [[Disc 1]] Amazon
8Otis Redding & Carla Thomas Tramp Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
9Otis Redding Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) Complete & Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul Amazon
10Ollie & the Nightingales I Got a Sure Thing The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (9 of 9) Amazon
11Albert King Born Under a Bad Sign The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (7 of 9) Amazon
12Albert King Crosscut Saw The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (6 of 9) Amazon
13Booker T. & The MG's Time Is Tight Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 2] Amazon
14Booker T. & the MG's Slim Jenkins' Place The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (8 of 9) Amazon
15Carla Thomas Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes) Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
16Isaac Hayes & David Porter Ain't That Loving You (For More Reasons Than One) Stax 50th Anniversary Collection [Disc 3] Amazon
17The Bar-Kays Soul Finger Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
18Otis Redding Mr. Pitiful The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 Disc 4 Amazon
19Isaac Hayes Theme From Shaft Stax 50th [[Disc 1]] Amazon
20The Mar-Keys Last Night Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
21Eddie Floyd Knock On Wood Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
22The Staple Singers I'll Take You There Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 2] Amazon
23Sam & Dave When Something Is Wrong With My Baby The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (7 of 9) Amazon
24Sam & Dave Hold On I'm Coming Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
25William Bell I Forgot To Be Your Lover Stax 50th Anniversary Collection [Disc 2] Amazon
26Sir Mack Rice Love Sickness The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (8 of 9) Amazon
27The Four Shells Hot Dog The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (5 of 9) Amazon
28Jeanne & the Darlings Soul Girl The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (9 of 9) Amazon
29Linda Lyndell What A Man Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
30March Wind Do The Sweetback Stax 50th Anniversary Collection [Disc 3] Amazon
31The Staple Singers Respect Yourself Stax Profiles Amazon
32Carla Thomas Stop! Look What You're Doing The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (5 of 9) Amazon

If You’re Ready

Free form this morning, live from the studios in downtown Santa Rosa. Deeper Roots shares a rare mix of sounds including jug band sounds from Jim Kweskin, a new track from Maria Muldaur, The Ink Spots, Gal Holiday, and Pee Wee Crayton…oh what a mix. Dave hosts a unique blend of sounds each Friday morning and he’ll be setting aside a playlist or two that scratches the surface of the Burnette clan including Johnny, Dorsey, Billy and Rocky including a wrap up of some tracks from the great Bay Area-based  Solid Smoke reissue from the early 80s of the Rock n’ Roll Trio. Tune in for some Hash House Hattie and One Eyed Jacks, this Friday evening at 9

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2The Staple Singers If You're Ready (Come Go With Me) Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 2] Amazon
3Jay & The Americans Cara Mia Come A Little Bit Closer – The Best of Jay and The Americans Amazon
4Marvin & Johnny Cherry Pie Art Laboe's Memories Of El Monte/The Roots Of L.A.'s Rock And Roll Amazon
5Chuck Willis It's Too Late The King of the Stroll Amazon
6The Ink Spots You're Breaking My Heart The Dawn Of Doo-Wop Vol. 1 Amazon
7Johnny Burnette Moody River The Ballads Of Amazon
8Johnny & Dorsey Burnette One Eyed Jacks Life is Like a Card Game (US Gambling Songs 1920s  1950s) Amazon
9Dorsey Burnette Hey Little One American Music Library: The Hits Of 1960 Amazon
10Rocky Burnette Tired Of Toein' The Line Sounds Of The Eighties: 1980 Amazon
11Billy Burnette Crazy Like Me Crazy Like Me Amazon
12Jim Kweskin Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me Vanguard Visionaries Amazon
13Ames Brothers The The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane Your Hit Parade – 1955 Amazon
14Maria Muldaur Scat Skunk Don't You Feel My Leg (The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker) Amazon
15Cliff Edwards & His Hot Combination Good Little Bad Little You Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti: The New York Sessions 1926-35 Amazon
16Rudy Vallie & His Connecticut Yankees You Oughta Be In Pictures The Voice That Had Them Fainting 1928-1937 Amazon
17John Hartford Late Last Night When My Willie Came Home Morning Bugle Amazon
18Roy Rogers You Can't Break My Heart 1942-1947 (Warped 4561) Amazon
19Tommy Duncan Please Come Back Home Texas Moon Amazon
20Dick Reinhart Hash House Hattie You Oughta See My Fanny Dance: Unissued Western Swing 1935-1942 Amazon
21Living Sisters Make Love To Me Run For Cover – EP Amazon
22Bobby Bare Come On Home (And Sing Blues To Daddy) The Best Of Bobby Bare Amazon
23Gal Holiday and the Hony Tonk Revue Come Home Lost & Found Amazon
24Paul Simon Mother And Child Reunion Greatest Hits: Shining Like A National Guitar Amazon
25Sonia Ross Breaking My Heart Eccentric Soul: The Tragar & Note Labels Amazon
26Marvin Gaye Baby Don't You Do It Anthology [Disc 1] Amazon
27The Band Don't Do It (Baby Don't You Do It) To Kingdom Come [Disc 2] Amazon
28Pee Wee Crayton Don't Break My Heart Pee Wee's Blues – The Complete Aladdin And Imperial Recordings Amazon
29Buddy Johnson When My Man Comes Home R&B Jukebox Hits 1944 Amazon
30Rosemary Clooney Cherry Pies Ought To Be You Tenderly Amazon
31Frankie Yankovic The Happy Wanderer The Happy Wanderer-Frankie Yankovic & The Yanks Amazon
32Johnny Burnette Rock n Roll Trio Sweet Love On My Mind Tear It Up Amazon
33Johnny Burnette Rock n Roll Trio Your Baby Blue Eyes Tear It Up Amazon

Goodnight Irene

Free form this week. We’re pulling out the stops with a mix of gospel from the King’s Sacred Quartette, Band memories from Steve Forbert and Rick Danko, some sixties garage band, classic R&B from Shirley & Lee and Lloyd Price, and the Motown sounds of Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, and Stevie Wonder. The mix includes country, blues classics, and an After Hours mash-up…all for you…all for community radio on a Friday morning in West County. Join in the revelry.

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2Dr. John Good Night, Irene Goin' Back To New Orleans Amazon
3Ingrid Lucia & the Flying Neutrinos After Hours The Hotel Child Amazon
4Willie Dixon And Friends After Hours Willie Dixon And Friends, Vol. 9 Amazon
5Ivory Joe Hunter I Almost Lost My Mind The Chronological Ivory Joe Hunter : 1947 – 1950 Amazon
6Fats Domino The Girl I Love [Version 2] This Is Gold Disc 1 Amazon
7Sister Rosetta Tharpe Beams of Heaven Gospel Blues – the Very Best Of Amazon
8The Soul Stirrers Slow Train Tribute to Sam Cooke Amazon
9King's Sacred Quartette Turn Your Radio On Heartwarming Gospel – 18 Best of King Gospel Amazon
10Rick Danko When I Get My Just Rewards Cryin' Heart Blues Amazon
11Steve Forbert Wild as the Wind Just Like There's Nothin' to It Amazon
12Bob Dylan & The Band The Shape I'm In Before The Flood [Live] [Disc 2] Amazon
13The Byrds You Ain't Going Nowhere Sweetheart of the Rodeo Amazon
14Maria Muldaur Sweetheart Waitress In a Donut Shop Amazon
15Sam Cooke Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out The Man Who Invented Soul [Box Set] (2 of 4) Amazon
16Kermit Ruffins When It's Sleepy Time Down South We Partyin' Traditional Style Amazon
17The Fabulous Thunderbirds Stagger Lee Porky's Revenge! [Expanded] Amazon
18Cannibal & the Headhunters Land of 1000 Dances Classic Rock: 1965 – Shakin' All Over Amazon
19Lloyd Price Rock 'n' Roll Dance Buddy Holly And The R&R Giants [Disc 3] Amazon
20Shirley & Lee I Want To Dance Shirley & Lee Rock Amazon
21Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels Mitch Ryder Radio Promo Detroit Breakout! 1 Amazon
22Booker T. & the MG's Time Is Tight The Very Best of Booker T. & the MG's Amazon
23The Four Tops It's the Same Old Song Red, White & Rock Disc 2 Amazon
24Marvin Gaye Stubborn Kind of Fellow The Soul of Detroit – Disc 1 Amazon
25Little Stevie Wonder Contract On Love The Great American Soul Book Chapter 1: Any Way You Wanta! Amazon
26Richard Lanham On Your Radio Bob Dylan Presents: Radio Radio, Theme Time Radio Hour, Vol. 1 Amazon
27Johnnie & Joe Over the Mountain, Across the Sea, Pt. 2 The Very Best of Johnnie & Joe – Over the Mountain, Across the Sea Amazon
28Blu Lu Barker That Made Him Mad Don't You Feel My Leg Amazon
29Wanda Jackson Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad Queen Of Rockabilly Amazon
30Levon Helm False Hearted Lover Blues Dirt Farmer Amazon
31Jim Kweskin & Geoff Muldaur Diamond Joe Penny's Farm Amazon
32The Louvin Brothers There's A Higher Power Long Play Collection Amazon
33Warren Zevon Excitable Boy A Quiet Normal Life: The Best of Warren Zevon Amazon
34Dale Evans My Heart Is Down Texas Way (Radio) Cowboy Crooners Sing Songs Of The West Cd 1 Amazon

Suzie Blue

Another Friday morning of sounds from the deeper wells, the archives of Americana, featuring the very best of early century pop, southern gospel, bluegrass, jazz, and swamp seasoned blues. Tune in at 9am for a fresh blend of performances that span the genres: Charles Sheffield to Ernest Tubb, The Dells to Mildred Bailey, and Jimmie Rodgers to John Prine. Dave Stroud will be sharing sounds from the Excello vaults, new Americana from recent years, classic gospel from The Soul Stirrers and the Southern Stars. You can only hear the variety and depth of selection on community radio. So be sure you listen in Friday mornings on KOWS and Friday evenings on KWTF.

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals Suzie Blue Burn To Shine Amazon
3Carmen Miranda I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much) Anthology Amazon
4Cole Porter You're The Top – (From "Anything Goes") A Centennial Celebration Amazon
5Honeydreamers Perdido Sing Me A Swing Song – Disc 2 Amazon
6Mildred Bailey Georgia On My Mind The Rockin' Chair Lady Amazon
7The Shelton Brothers Just Because Decca Country Classics 1934-1973 [Disc 1] Amazon
8T. Texas Tyler Beautiful Life (Life's Evening Sun) Country Boy Amazon
9Floyd Tillman They Took The Stars Out Of Heaven Country Music Hall Of Fame Amazon
10Ernest Tubb Pass The Booze Retrospective – Volume 2 Amazon
11Blind Boys Where There's a Will, There's a Way The Best of The Blind Boys Amazon
12The Soul Stirrers Resting Easy None But the Righteous: Chess Gospel Greats Amazon
13The Southern Stars Don't Give Up None But the Righteous: Chess Gospel Greats Amazon
14Alison Krauss I've Got That Old Feeling I've Got That Old Feeling Amazon
15Johnny Horton Sleepy-Eyed John American Originals Amazon
16John Prine That's How Every Empire Falls Fair and Square EP Amazon
17Richard Thompson Wall of Death Watching the Dark (disc 1) Amazon
18Johnny Cash Two Stories Wide Highwayman 2 (Jennings, Nelson, Kristofferson, Cash) Amazon
19Joe Medwick Barefootin4 I4m An After Hour Man (The Crazy Cajun Recordings) Amazon
20Charles Sheffield I Would Be a Sinner Best Of Excello Vol 1: Sound of the Swamp Amazon
21The Blues Rockers Calling All Cows Best of Excello Vol 2: Southern Rhythm & Rock Amazon
22The Gladiolas Little Darlin' Best of Excello Vol 2: Southern Rhythm & Rock Amazon
23Marvin Gaye How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) Best of Marvin Gaye Disc 1 Amazon
24Mary Wells Two Lovers Malt Shop Memories: All I Have To Do Is Dream (Disc 2) Amazon
25The Chiffons Sweet Talkin Guy Sweet Talkin Girls – Disc 2 Amazon
26Dr. John Right Place Wrong Time Definitive Pop Collection Amazon
27Dr. John Such A Night Definitive Pop Collection Amazon
28Woody Herman Bamba Samba A Taste of Tradition Amazon
29Les Paul & Mary Ford Brazil Les Paul: Guitar Wizard Amazon
30Steve Forbert My Blue Eyed Jane Any Old Time Amazon
31Jimmie Rodgers My Blue-Eyed Jane Recordings 1927-1933 [Disc 3] Amazon
32Edwin Hawkins Singers Oh Happy Day Oh Happy Day – Original Buddah Classics Amazon

Tell Old Bill

We’ve got another free form collection of sounds for a Friday in Sonoma County. The July heat has us moving a little slower as everything around us appears to move at breakneck speed. So the idea is to help us find our center and we do that with sounds from the islands with Joe Keawe and Arthur Lyman, soul from the heart by Solomon Burke and Betty Everett, and some tradition with a mix of Johnny Cash, Ry Cooder, and Bob Wills. We find our muse throughout with David Lindley and El Rayo-X. Join us.

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2Dave Van Ronk Tell Old Bill Down In Washington Square: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection Amazon
3K.C. Douglas Mercury Blues Classic Blues From Smithsonian Folkways Amazon
4Jackson Browne & David Lindley Mercury Blues Love Is Strange [Disc 1] Amazon
5Warren Zevon Gorilla, You're A Desperado I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (An Anthology) [Disc 1] Amazon
6Billy Butler & The Enchanters I Can't Work No Longer Kent's Cellar Of Soul: Volume 2 Amazon
7The Temptations Papa Was A Rollin' Stone Anthology, Vol. 2 [Disc 2] Amazon
8Chris Barber's Jazz Band Petite Fleur (Little FLower) Your Hit Parade -1959 Amazon
9Joanie Sommers Johnny Get Angry Gems from the Warner Brothers Vault (Pt. 1) Amazon
10Arthur Lyman Group Maui Chimes The Best of the Arthur Lyman Group Amazon
11Sol K. Bright's Hollywaiians Tomi Tomi Vintage Hawaiian Music: The Great Singers 1928 – 1934 Amazon
12Joe Keawe My Little Grass Shack Hapa-Haole Hawaiian Hula Classics – Vintage Hawaiian Treasures: Vol. I Amazon
13Dave Van Ronk My Little Grass Shack (In Kealakekua, Hawaii) A Chrestomathy [Disc 2] Amazon
14Ry Cooder Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) Jazz (Remaster 2013) Amazon
15Rhiannon Giddens Up Above My Head Tomorrow Is My Turn Amazon
16Sister Rosetta Tharpe Singing in My Soul The Original Soul Sister: Singing in My Soul [Disc 3] Amazon
17Etta James Something's Got a Hold on Me Chess Blues Disc 4 Amazon
18Betty Everett You're No Good Something's Got A Hold On Me Amazon
19Solomon Burke If You Need Me Very Best of Solomon Burke (Reis) Amazon
20The Impressions Gypsy Woman Hit The Road Jack: The ABC-Paramount Story Amazon
21Huey "Piano" Smith & His Clowns Tu-Ber-Cu-Lucas And The Sinus Blues Having A Good Time with Huey 'Piano' Smith & His Clowns – The Very Best Of, Volume 1 Amazon
22Wild Tchoupitoulas Brother John Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan – Season 3 [[Disc 2]] Amazon
23Nappy Brown Goody Goody Gum Drop Night Time Is the Right Time [Disc 1] Amazon
24Johnny Cash Understand Your Man 16 Biggest Hits Amazon
25Johnny Cash Cindy[w. Nick Cave] Unearthed Vol 3 – Redemption Songs Amazon
26Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Get Along Home, Cindy Tiffany Transcriptions, Vol. 8 Amazon
27The Louvin Brothers I Wonder Where You Are Tonight Close Harmony [Disc 3] Amazon
28Jimmy Dean Big Bad John (Uncensored Version) Best of Answer Songs vol 3 Amazon
29Big Brother & the Holding Company/Janis Joplin Bye Bye Baby Janis Joplin's Greatest Hits Amazon
30Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers Get Along Home, Miss Cindy Arkansas at 78 RPM: Corn Dodgers & Hoss Hair Pullers Amazon
31David Lindley & El Rayo-X Texas Tango Very Greasy Amazon
32David Lindley Mercury Blues El Rayo-X Amazon

Lonely Avenue

Blues from a lonely place. From blues to doo wop to southern soul…from behind prison walls to that singular window in that singular room looking out from a high-rise hotel onto a busy street in urban anywhere, America. Today’s music is all about being alone. Our show explores songs written with the lonesome muse on the shoulder. Ray Charles, Joe Liggins, Earl King, and Champion Jack Dupree join in as we ponder lonesome times from the heart of the solitary blues.

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1Artist Title Album Buy
2Booker T. & The MG's Lonely Avenue Green Onions Amazon
3Ray Charles Lonely Avenue Doc Pomus: Singer And Songwriter [Disc 2] Amazon
4Mel Walker Feelin' Mighty Lonesome Mercury R&B Story '45-'55 – [Disc 6] West Coast Blues V2 Amazon
5Johnny Ace So Lonely Memorial Album Amazon
6Smiley Turner Lonely Boy Blues Mercury R&B Story '45-'55 – [Disc 5]: West Coast Blues V1 Amazon
7Julia Lee Have You Ever Been Lonely Kansas City Star [Disc 2] Amazon
8Irma Thomas Woman Left Lonely My Heart's in Memphis: The Songs of Dan Penn Amazon
9Maxine Sullivan Kind'a Lonesome Classic Hoagy Carmichael [Disc 1] Amazon
10T-Bone Walker Blue Mood Best Of Black & White & Imperial Years Amazon
11Shakey Jake Gimme A Smile The Bluesville Years Volume 10: Country Roads, Country Days Amazon
12The Holmes Brothers I'm So Lonely Simple Truths Amazon
13Joe Liggins Blues For Tanya Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers Amazon
14Sam Cooke Lonely Island The Man Who Invented Soul [Box Set] (1 of 4) Amazon
15Eddie Burns Lonely Man Plea Delmark: 50 Years Of Jazz & Blues: Blues [Disc 1] Amazon
16James Winfield Lonely, Lonely, Nights Lonely Lonely Nights Amazon
17Champion Jack Dupree Lonely Road Blues Two Classic Albums Plus Singles Amazon
18Chris Kenner I'm Lonely, Take Me Land of 1000 Dances Amazon
19Earl King Those Lonely Lonely Nights Louisiana & The Old New Orleans Sound Amazon
20Eddie Boyd Got Lonesome Here Third Degree (The Blues Collection Vol.58) Amazon
21Johnny Bragg Hurt & Lonely The Johnny Bragg Story Amazon
22Violet Hall (All Alone) I Sit And Cry The Mercury Blues Story (1945-1955) – Southwest Blues, Vol. 2 Amazon
23Fats Domino I'm Alone Because I Love You Out Of New Orleans, Vol. 8 Amazon
24Clarence "Frogman" Henry Lonely Street Ain't Got No Home: The Best Of Clarence "Frogman" Henry Amazon
25Freddie King Lonesome Whistle Blues Ultimate Collection Amazon
26Lowell Fulson Everyday I Have The Blues Trying to Find My Baby Amazon
27Smiley Lewis Lonesome Highway ABC Of The Blues Vol 25 Amazon
28Nappy Brown I'm Getting Lonesome Down In The Alley – The Complete Savoy Singles A's & B's Amazon
29Little Richard Lonesome And Blue The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection Amazon
30Ray Charles & Betty Carter Alone Together Ray Charles and Betty Carter/Dedicated To You Amazon
31Ella Fitzgerald I'm the Lonesomest Gal in Town Chronological Classics: Ella Fitzgerald 1940-41 Amazon
32Lillie Mae Kirkman Lonesome Female Blues – The Remaining Titles Vol. 2 (1938-1949) Amazon
33Julia Lee Back Street (06-13-47) 1947 Amazon

Women of 60s Southern Soul

Their songs are iconic and their voices, unforgettable. From the deep south and southeast, from the church choirs to the small urban clubs, there were only a handful of female soul vocalists who hit it big with crossover chart sounds.  But there were so many more whose voices did not find the venue or the right producer or label to take them to the next level. They were mostly unknown but in our show this week, we’ll try to share examples of what might have been. We’ll hear from Veda Brown, Carla Thomas, Ruby Johnson, and the great Judy Clay on a show full of upbeat and backbeat soul, brass, Stax, and Volt. Discover those female soul sounds that continue to inspire and influence…here on Deeper Roots on a Friday morning in West County.

No.
1Artist Title Album Buy
2Veda Brown Short Stopping Stax 50th Anniversary Collection [Disc 3] Amazon
3Barbara & the Browns In My Heart The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 Disc 4 Amazon
4Barbara & the Browns My Lover The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 Disc 4 Amazon
5Carla Thomas B-A-B-Y Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
6Carla Thomas I Want to Be Your Baby The Queen Alone Amazon
7Carla Thomas Give Me Enough (To Keep Me Going) The Queen Alone [Expanded Reissue] Amazon
8Jean Wells Have A Little Mercy Soul On Soul – Deluxe Edition Amazon
9Jean Wells Ordinary Woman Soul On Soul – Deluxe Edition Amazon
10Barbara Stephens I Don't Worry 60's Southern Soul, Vol. 2 Amazon
11Veda Brown Take It Off Her (And Put It On Me) Private Numbers Amazon
12Barbara Lynn You'll Lose A Good Thing Art Laboe's Dedicated To You, Vol. 2 Amazon
13Barbara Lynn You're Losing Me After Hours 3 – More Northern Soul Masters Amazon
14Ruby Johnson Come to Me My Darling The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (6 of 9) Amazon
15Ruby Johnson I'll Run Your Hurt Away Dave Godin's Deep Soul Treasures Vol. 2 Amazon
16Irma Thomas Gone Soul Queen of New Orleans Amazon
17Irma Thomas Look Up (AKA Whenever) Soul Queen of New Orleans Amazon
18Irma Thomas Ruler of My Heart Soul Queen of New Orleans Amazon
19Mitty Collier I Had A Talk With My Man Chess Uptown Soul Amazon
20Sugar Pie DeSanto Here You Come Running Chess Uptown Soul Amazon
21Fontella Bass The Soul Of A Man Chess Uptown Soul Amazon
22Judy Clay You Can't Run Away from Your Heart The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (8 of 9) Amazon
23Judy Clay & William Bell Private Number Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
24Judy Clay & William Bell Love-Eye-Tis Private Numbers Amazon
25Betty Harris Cry to Me Soul from the South Amazon
26Betty Harris Mean Man Soul from the South Amazon
27Betty Harris I'm Evil Tonight Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky 2-2 1957- Amazon
28Linda Lyndell What A Man Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration [Disc 1] Amazon
29Etta James Pushover Chess Uptown Soul Amazon
30Wendy Rene Give You What I Got The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 Disc 4 Amazon
31Wendy Rene After Laughter (Comes Tears) Oxford American 10th Anniversary Music Sampler, [Disc 1]: "Future Masters" [Oxford American, 2008] Amazon
32Jan Bradley Mama Didn't Lie Chess Uptown Soul Amazon
33Shirley Brown Woman To Woman Stax Number Ones Amazon