Saturday Soulful Soiree Playlist for June 28, 2014

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Stranger in for Cheryl with a belated 77th birthday celebration for Eddie Floyd in the 2nd hour.

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ArtistTrackAlbum/CD
Big Yuyu & The Hot Nite Band Mamba Snake Woman Burnin'up
G. Love & Special Sauce Saturday Night Sugar
Selwyn Birchwood Queen Of Hearts Don't Call No Ambulance
Z.Z. Hill Where She At Southern Soul Brothers
Anna King Mama's Got A Bag Of Her Own Talcum Soul 3
Benny Latimore I Pity the Fool The Early Years
Bobby Byrd signed, sealed & delivered Bobby Byrd Got Soul
Erma Franklin Higher & Higher Super Soul Sister
Marlene Cummins Some Kind Of Wonderful (ft. Jerome Smith) Koori Woman Blues
Raw Shaw In The Midnight Hour Feeling Soulful
Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers Gambling Woman Emergency Situation
Sarasota Slim Further On Down The Road (from video live at the Ringside)
Betty Fox Band Goodbye feat. T.C. Carr Too Far Gone
Bobby Rush With Blinddog Smokin' Skinny Little Women Decisions
Michel Rubini Of The Wrecking Crew Don Chu Look Band Is Tight Tonite
Eddie Floyd I've Never Found A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do) Very Best Of
Eddie Floyd Bring It On Home To Me The Very Best Of Eddie Floyd
Eddie Floyd Raise Your Hand The Very Best Of Eddie Floyd
Eddie Floyd/Mavis Staples Piece Of My Heart Boy Meets Girl
Syl & Jimmy Johnson Dangerous Two Johnsons Are Better Than One
Maurice John Vaughn Can't Nobody In The Shadow Of The City
L.C. McKinley Down With It Vee Jay Screaming Blues Guitar
Carmen Davis No No Baby Rock With The Boogie v.3
Hank Ballard & The Midnighters Stingy Little Thing Nothing But Good
Cannonball Adderley Del Sasser Them Dirty Blues
Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses Fame and Glory Blow
Rebirth Brass Band Your Mama Don't Dance Move Your Body
Third Coast Kings Get Some, Leave Some West Grand Boulevard
Dexter Allen Ain't That A Shame Bluezinology
Bobby Womack Don't Look Back Everything's Gonna Be Alright: The American Singles 1967-1976
RIP Bobby Thanks for leaving us with so much great music to remember you by