It's almost that loveliest time of month again, and it's definitely that time of year - everything seems so optimistic, so possible, all of a sudden. There are porches to be sat on, cocktails and 40's to be supped - it's so magnificent, in fact, that even the 1970s suddenly seem far more than palatable; almost required.
In honor of such feelings, I had to make myself a car tape of northern-goes-funky-disco stuff - tentatively titled "Klipschorn Mecca" after David Mancuso's Loft and Ian Levine's Blackpool Mecca, two of the 1970s most important nightlife spots. Really I'll probably call it "Soulcialism Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry," or even better, "Fuck Off, Snobs."
Anyway, point is, I'm going to bring a dozen or so copies to Soulcialism at the White Eagle on Friday, April 21, to give to interested parties. Not a general-issue freebie, since not everybody digs the modern-northern or funky-disco sounds, and I don't wanna bother mugs who don't care. So if you're interested, make sure to email me and/or come up to the decks-desk on Friday! A buck for the blank disc would rock, but not mandatory.
Tracklisting below. See ya at the Eagle. Leave your pretense in the past tense.
Soulcialism Means Neve Having to Say You're Sorry:
1) Eloise Laws - Love Factory
2) James Fountain - Seven Day Lover
3) Rasputin's Stash - Your Love is Certified
4) Candi Staton - Evidence
5) James Taylor Quartet - Redneck
6) Barbara Mason - You Better Stop It
7) Wales Wallace - Somebody I Know
8) Diane Jenkins - Tow-Away Zone
9) The Philadelphia Story - People Users
10) Marie "Queenie" Lyons - Fever
11) Rosie Lopez - Too Hot to Hold
12) Larry Saunders - On the Real Side
13) Blacklove - Get Down (Part I)
14) Lynn Vernardo - Wash & Wear Love
15) Diane Jenkins - I Need You
16) Esther Phillips - I've Never Found a Man
17) Carstairs - You Really Hurt Me Girl
18) Ultra High Frequency - Incompatible
19) The O'Jays - I Love Music (Part I)
20) Bright Moments - She's So Fine