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Soulville takes to the airwaves in the first of a regular Saturday this Saturday 2-3.30. Hope you can tune in. Lots of goodies on the box for this week Including Metropolitan Jazz Affair, Vanessa Bell Armstrong and

more from Kashious. I can guarantee you will hear music you don't know but hopefully music you will like, all sorts all eras, all tempos,

You can listen on the web by going to the front page

http://www.leithfm.co.uk

Big thanks to all of those who mailed/text the show last week its

Great to get the feedback music and it's what community radio is all

about.

Alex from Spain has asked me to do a top 10 for his blog which can be

viewed at the URL below.

Soul Portrait

http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexs4r/

Playlist for 24 June 2007

Trammps Thoms song

Casanda Wilson Shelter from the storm

Ann Nesby Let the rian fall

Kashious Lov'z eternal

The Dramatics Hurt by love

The Dells The whole truth

Freddie Hughes Love land

Sean Hardin I'm free

The Bamboos I don't wanna stop

The meditations Let them talk

The Jones Girls Proof is in the pudding

Laura Lee Crumbs of the table

Vanessa Bell Armstrong Watch me

Darlene mCcoy I wanna thank you

The Clark sisters Livin

Willie Clayton Walk away from love

Ella Fitzgerald Whats going on

Mario Biondi Handful of soul

Gerardo Fresina Alborado

Jean Battle Unsatisfied woman

Bonnie Bramlett Wher'es Eddie

Amy Winehouse Love is is losing game

Terrry Callier We are not alone

Jeff Floyd Let me know

Mike Jiminez I'll get by

Tumo don't take it to hard

Tashan Soul survivors

If you want to know more about the show or see the playlists go to

http://www.myspace.com/soulvilleradio

http://www.soulvilleradio.wetpaint.com

If you want to join in any forums go to

http://www.soulboyspromo.com

https://www.soul-source.co.uk

http://www.realloveradio.co.uk

http://www.essentialmodernsoul.nl

Have a great weekend.

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Sunday Soulville takes to the airwaves this Saturday 2-3.30 98.8 Leith FM. Hope

you can tune in.

Lots of goodies on the box for this week including Nostalgia 77 , The

Clark Sisters and a gem from Willie Clayton. Gonna play a few more

up-tempo tunes this week as an hour and a half goes by really quickly

and I never managed to play many dancefloor tunes last week. So expect

some boogie/disco/soulful house or whatever they are calling it this

week.

You can listen on the web by going to the front page

http://www.leithfm.co.uk

Big thanks to all of those who mailed/text the show last week its great

to get the feedback music and it's what community radio is all about.

Big shout out to Dorothy,Zane, Tee and Wrighty, Paul who emailed the

show or contacted me through myspace.

Hopefully the show will be available on a download soon so keep checking

the myspace page and the forums. Special shout out to Jerome who will be

back in France by now. I'll play another Curtis tune for you tomorrow.

Alex from Spain has asked me to do a top 10 for his blog which can be

viewed at the URL below.

Soul Portrait

http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexs4r/

Playlist for 30 July 2007

Trammps Thoms song

The Blue Velvets: Summertime

Bloodstone: Never let you go

Ray Charles & Angie Stome: All I wanna do

The Dells: Whatever Turns you on

Marvin Gaye: Life is just a game of give and take

Rance Allen: I can't help myslef

Vanessa Bell Armstrong: Watch me

The Sisters love: Give me your love

Curtis Mayfield: Mighty mighty space and whitey

Jeff Floyd: Let me know

Al Green: one in a million

Ju Ju Orchestra and Terry Callier: What is hip

Ella Fitzgerald: Dance the samba

Metropolitian Jazz Affair: Find a way

Donny Hathaway: What a woman really means

Kashious: Bad luck

Esther Williams: I'll be your pleasure

Sons of the Kingdom: Modernization

If you want to know more about the show or see the playlists go to

http://www.myspace.com/soulvilleradio

http://www.soulvilleradio.wetpaint.com

If you want to join in any forums go to

http://www.soulboyspromo.com

https://www.soul-source.co.uk

http://www.realloveradio.co.uk

http://www.essentialmodernsoul.nl

http:/www.normanjay.com

Email: studio@leithfm.co.uk

You can also catch me at the Soul Stew pre club soul sessions this Saturday (7 July) at the

Southern Bar on the southside of Edinburgh where I will be playing some

tunes alongside residents Yogi and Dennis Probert from (4-9pm)

Have a great weekend.

George

You can also catch me at the Soul Stew pre club soul sessions at the

Southern Bar on the southside of Edinburgh where I will be playing some

tunes alongside residents Yogi and Dennis Probert from (4-9pm)

Have a great weekend.

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You can listen to last weeks show (30 June) here. Hopefully yesterdays will be up there soon.

http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?acti...7A72B39

Big thanks to Zane for doing the techie thing and making this avaliable.

.

Soulville Playlist 7 July 2007 Leith FM

I started the show with a couple of tunes for "Earth Day" These two gems are just a sample of the tunes they should have been playing....some hope LOL. Hopefully Alicia Keys or Pharell selected an appropriate tune from the Marvin/Stevie/Curtis back catalogue.

Marvin Gaye: Mercy mercy me (the ecology)

Dexter Wansel: Solutions

Tavares: Never had a love

Kindred: As of yet

Tashan: After Hours

Betty Davis: Anti love song

Curtis Mayfield: Underground

LJ Reynolds: So good

Carmen Lundy: All day all night

Nostalgia 77: Wildflower

Beat out shine: The chant

Walter Jackson: Living without you

LV Johnson: Whatever happened

Dwele: The truth

The live band: A chance for hope

Monday Michiru: You make me wanna

Love Symphony Orchestra:Just let me be your fantasy

Marc Evans: Given me joy

Edited by soulville

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I feel a bit like I'm talking to myself on this forum. Maybe you have to be a "known" name before anybody "speaks" to you. I think it's all about the music, not whos playing it so if anybody is interested in quality soul music from all eras with a dash of jazz and boogie/soulful house/funk then I can guarantee you will enjoy the show.

If its still avaliable you can download one of my previous shows as a tester from the blog page on my myspace site

http://www.myspace.com/soulvilleradio

You can contact the show soulville@leithfm.co.uk

http://www.leithfm.co.uk

George

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I feel a bit like I'm talking to myself on this forum. Maybe you have to be a "known" name before anybody "speaks" to you. I think it's all about the music, not whos playing it so if anybody is interested in quality soul music from all eras with a dash of jazz and boogie/soulful house/funk then I can guarantee you will enjoy the show.

If its still avaliable you can download one of my previous shows as a tester from the blog page on my myspace site

http://www.myspace.com/soulvilleradio

You can contact the show soulville@leithfm.co.uk

http://www.leithfm.co.uk

George

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Just getting some tunes together for the show tomorrw 2-3.30 pm

hope you can join me.

http://www.leithfm.co.uk

soulville

Prince

Pricne:Somewhere hereon earth.

Jimi Hendrix:Have you been to electric ladyland.

Impressions:I've been trying.

Cee -Lo:All day love afair.

Connor Reeves/Mark Morrison:Best Friend

Mighty Sam Mclean: Bridge of faith

Lonnie Johnson:Day dreamer.

The mob:I dig everyting about you.

David Ruffin:I can't be hurt anymore.

George Jackson:My desires are getting the best of me.

Mos Def:Umi says.

NERD:Lil Suzy.

Pharoah Sanders:Upper and lower egypt.

Joe Lee Wilson:Down in Brazil.

Gil Scott Heron:Meditations.

Candi Staton:Too hurt to cry.

Bobby Womack and Jeanie Tracy: it's a man's world.

Queen yahana: aint it time.

DC Larue:Cathedrals.

Edited by soulville

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Tomorrows show will include a tribute to Jon Lucien who passed away last week.

Hope you can join me.

Any requests?

studio@leithfm.co.uk

Playlist 18 August 2007

Tony Momerelle:What's going on.Tony Drake:Living in the footsteps.Otis Clay:You're the one that I chose.Marvin Gaye:Respect.Dena Deadley:we got love.Vanessa Bell Armstrong:Watch me.Karen Bernod:In the pocket.Onyx 1:You never fail to amaze me.

The Natural Four:Count on me.The originals:Don't stop now.Brenda Holloway:Favour for a girl for a lovesick heart.Tessie Hill:I'm ready.Sam Cooke:Touch the hem of his garment.Tessie Hill:Great things.Sean Hardin:I'm free.Webster Lewis:Up on the roof.Georgie Fame:Vinyl.Medasi:Children.The Dramatics:For your love.Blaze/Kenny Bobien:Hiya Luv.Tashan:Lift your soul.

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