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Soul-Patrol Newsletter Headlines (02/9/2005)

1. Concert Review: George Clinton & P-Funk All Stars and Chuck Brown in Washington DC
2. New Release: Little Richard - King Of Rock 'N' Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings (and we will be giving copies away)
3. Jack Johnson/Miles Davis Once Again Dissed By Massa Ken and Bootlicka Wynton
4. Worldwide Internet Exclusive: The New SlysLilSis.com (Sly Stone)
5. Upcoming Rio Soul LA Shows (Soul-Patrol Discounts for The "Ultimate Funk Show")


  Welcome to Soul-Patrol Newsletter:Thanks to all of you who hung out with us when Jimmy Castor was our host last week in the Soul-Patrol Chat Room on 2/3/2005 @ 10pm est, however there is more we have lined up for ya...

1. Candi Staton will be our guest host the Soul-Patrol Chat Room on February 10th @ 10pm est
2. Bo Diddley will be our guest host the Soul-Patrol Chat Room on February 16th @ 10pm est
3. The Chi-Lites will be our guest hosts the Soul-Patrol Chat Room on February 24th @ 10pm est
4. We will be starting Black Music History Trivia Contests (hosted by "HALF") on March 2 2005. The winners of these contests will win prizes. For example we are starting with Little Richard - King Of Rock 'N' Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings 3 CD set as the first prize for the winner! Soul-Patrol's Black Music Trivia will be played every other Wendsday evening @ 10 pm est in the Soul-Patrol Chat Room. So all of you experts, come out, test your knowlege, show us whatcha know and all of you novices come on out and learn from the best. And as always I invite you to bring any younger folks that you know who are interested or who you think need to know this stuff :)
5. & more….

The purpose of these sessions will be to talk about music, history, culture and more. Be sure to attend and to bring your children with you. These folks have a ton of information to share with us...

As you can tell we are really gearing up our activities as far as making good use of our chat room. Our three most recent sessions (featuring Mandrill, Cooly's Hot Box & Jimmy Castor) took full advantage of the audio capabilities of the new chat software that my brother Mike has developed for us to use. This custom developed chat software allows us to broadcast Soul-Patrol.Net Radio directly into chat room for the duration of any chat session. With the new software, Soul-Patrol.Net Radio automatically starts broadcasting as soon as you enter the chat room.

We were able to bring a more direct focus to the conversation and enjoy/analyze the music along with a pretty cool bunch of folks. This week we will do the same thing during our CANDI STATON CHAT SESSION in the Soul-Patrol Chat room, hosted by Soul/Disco/Gospel legend CANDI STATON this thursday evening at 10 pm est. Next week again with Bo Diddley (the originator). Same thing the following week with the Chi-Lites. Imagine how cool it will be to have a conversation with an artist while listening to an Internet Radio Broadcast about them?

We plan to expand this technology and use it to the benefit of the artists and to educate Soul-Patrollers around the world, by enabling more long form discussion, long form Internet radio and more.

Remember that in order to get the full Soul-Patrol Chat Experience you will need to have the following two items installed on your machine...
1. Macromedia Flash Player (so you can enter the chat room)
http://www.macromedia.com/downloads

2. Real Audio Player (so you can listen to the broadcast inside of the chat room)
http://www.realnetworks.com/info/freeplayer

(both are free downloads and won't take up much space)

Stay tuned
(The experiment continues....)

Let us know what YOU think???
--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net

1. Concert Review: George Clinton & P-Funk All Stars and Chuck Brown in Washington DC 


George Clinton & P-Funk All Stars

The show sold out Thursday afternoon so I was on the scramble for a ticket to the hottest show in town (DC). The show was not to start until 9PM but I was at the 7:30 Club at 6:30 looking for tickets. I was not alone. Several cats were there early looking for tickets. You could hear the funk oozing from the walls as band members were warming up. At one point one of Chuck's musicians was in the alley bringing in his equipment. I went old school and helped with his equipment and got inside the backdoor. I was in! I have done this many times over the years sneaking in to see the Ohio Players, New Birth, Tower of Power and even War and Yes in Atlanta. But it ain't like it used to be, I had no credentials and eventually got kicked out. So I'm back outside in the cold at a sold out show.

Next I run into Chuck's granddaughter who I've known over the years as Gidget (cause she's short like a midget). I have nothing against short people, honest. She promised me her ticket if she could find Chuck and get in free. I never hooked back up with her so I ended up buying a ticket from a brother who had an extra one. The music before the show sounded like one of my tapes. Mandrill, JB, Curtis, Jimi and Slave funked up the joint before Chuck came out. Nice! I could tell we were in for a special nite. The sound was crisp and clear and the bass was booming. The crowd started crooning "wind me up Chuck" so I knew it was time to start the jam. My boy Brian spotted me down front. He's my boy (sax for Chuck) but he couldn't get me in. It was tight and packed up in there all night. Chuck did all the standards like Run Joe, GoGo Swing and Money. Little Benny came out and did some Cat in the Hat and next thing I knew Suga Bear was on stage singing the Butt! Chuck had the crowd in the palm of his hand although I have heard him tighter. Soundred almost like a pick up band to me. But even steal he had the crowd and he was crankin. He's really looking old these days, but got more energy than InnerG! I went to get a drink and I hear Cosmic Slop blazing from afar. I rush back to my spot and there's Gary Shider and a few other Funkateers jamming with Chuck, Bear, Benny and the boys. There's also Gidget and Kay-Kay, Chuck's rapping daughter. Kay is the truth. She can out rap Kim from Rare Essence any day. Badder than George's granddaughter also (didn't see her last night).

Who was the white dude on guitar during Cosmic Slop??
I've seen him before, I think he's Gary's roadie, but he can play.

The Pfunk set was awesome also. Started off like the show I saw last summer with Funkentelechy and Bop Gun but then it was all Funkadelic for the next 2 hours.
Lots of Mike Hampton and Blackbyrd was the best I've ever seen him. He was on fire! Boogie was there but not sure if I saw Billy Bass. My favorites were Dog Star and the James Brown tribute that they have been doing the last few shows. This time though was the best. Dude was dressed in a JB like suit with a big hat and was doing the James Brown while screaming like JB. He was sliding and the band was crankin. Blackbyrd sounded like Prince doing Jimmy Nolen. Crisp clear guitar chicken scrathing for days. Unbelievable sound all night, especially during this JB extended jam.

BTW, the audience was probably 75% black! Blackest Pfunk show I have seen in many years. It was a black show and it was sold out because Chuck was on the bill. He brings his crowd wherever he plays around DC. He probably left there and jamed at a after party somewhere. He's the 2nd hardest working Brown in show business. He's to DC what the Nevilles are to NO and what Wayne Newton is to Vegas.

During Maggot Brain I went outside to catch some air. Guess who I see in the alley behind the club? The Wizard of Woo! The Insurance Man for the Funk! I hadn't noticed him all night. He was not introduced like the summer show where he was introduced and advertised. I talked to him for a bit and he said he was only playing a few minutes here and there. He didn't seem to be feeling well (and was quite out of it), but he was Bernie and he IS the man! When we both returned to the room, he looked over at me and played a little Insurance Man. He knows that's my jam. I always threaten not to show up at these shows but when I go I'm so pleased and funktified. I only went this summer cause Bernie was advertised and I only went last might cause Brian Mills was on sax. But I just gotta go. Since 1972 I've on;y missed a handful of DC Pfunk shows. This one was special for several reasons. The sound was awesome and my boy was jamming keyboards and sax for the Godfather of GoGo.

Also Gidget was dancing and looking good!

"G"

Click on the image above to listen, Soul-Patrol's Bradley Alston of 'Blues Beat' gives us a strong 50 min. Black music history lesson, as he connects the dots, thru words and music between pre-slavery African music to Cotton Plantations, to Field Hollers to Son House, Bessie Smith, Robert Johnson Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sam Phillips, Elvis Presley, Ike Turner, Jimi Hendrix, Taj Mahal, August Wilson, Eric Clapton to Jazz, Blues and R&B..Introduced by the late Soul Patroller and Soul Music legend, Don Covay.


2. New Release: Little Richard - King Of Rock 'N' Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings (and we will be giving copies away)


Little Richard Here is a press release from our friends at Rhino. I have already listened to this compilation containing both brand new and previously released material by Little Richard and it's outstanding.

We will also be giving away copies of this CD to the winners of our upcoming Black Music History Trivia contests to be held in the Soul-Patrol Chat Room . Stay tuned for details….




Little Richard - King Of Rock N Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings

Three years after the earth shattering 1955 sessions for "Tutti Frutti", rock n roll legend Little Richard had a brush with death and swore off his jewelry-and-mascara-laden evil ways to enroll in Bible school in Huntsville, Alabama. But by the end of the 60s, Richard was ready to record again -- and not just rehashes of his early singles.

Richard s friend (and noted label exec.) Mo Ostin signed him to Reprise Records, and the singer hunkered down in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to record what would become one of the greatest comeback albums in rock history, 1970 s The Rill Thing. A collection of originals and covers of Hank Williams and Beatles tunes, the album was a brilliant update of the classic Little Richard sound, but it sold poorly. Resolved to try again, Richard recorded a more overtly commercial effort in 1971 s King Of Rock n Roll, another example of the artist's diverse taste in repertoire (The Rolling Stones, John Fogerty, Hoyt Axton). He also worked with Quincy Jones on the $ movie soundtrack, contributing two songs clearly inspired by Isaac Hayes - Shaft.

The following year Richard took a completely different route, adopting a stripped-down, back-to-basics approach to what would become 1972's The Second Coming. The sessions also produced ten songs for an album to be titled Southern Child, which, for reasons unknown, was never released. The tracks make their debut on this set.

Rhino Handmade s three-disc anthology King Of Rock N Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings collects his early-70s work for Reprise, including the albums The Rill Thing (1970), King Of Rock N Roll (1971), The Second Coming (1972), and the never-issued Southern Child (1972).
Also included are the 1972 $ soundtrack cuts, as well as assorted rarities and unreleased tracks from his Reprise sessions.

King Of Rock N Roll: The Complete Reprise Recordings is available as an individually numbered limited edition of 2,500 copies for $49.98.

We will also be giving away copies of this CD to the winners of our upcoming Black Music History Trivia Contests to be held in the Soul-Patrol Chat Room. Stay tuned for the details…



--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net

Click on the image above to listen, Soul-Patrol's Bradley Alston of 'Blues Beat' gives us a strong 50 min. Black music history lesson, as he connects the dots, thru words and music between pre-slavery African music to Cotton Plantations, to Field Hollers to Son House, Bessie Smith, Robert Johnson Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sam Phillips, Elvis Presley, Ike Turner, Jimi Hendrix, Taj Mahal, August Wilson, Eric Clapton to Jazz, Blues and R&B..Introduced by the late Soul Patroller and Soul Music legend, Don Covay.

3. Jack Johnson/Miles Davis Once Again Dissed By Massa Ken and Bootlicka Wynton


Miles Davis - Jack Johnson * I missed part 1 of the TV show
* I did however sit down and watch the second episode with "mrs. earthjuice"
* I thought that the documentary itself was excellent.
* I thought that the commentary by James Earl Jones was excellent and it whetted my appetite...I said to "mrs. earthjuice"...

"When they bring in the whole Miles Davis angle, it's REALLY going to solidify the credibility of this documentary..." She said..."what are you talking about"

I said...
"Remember Miles Davis TRIBUTE TO JACK JOHNSON LP.... You know, the one that was supposed to be the SOUNDTRACK for a documentary on Jack Johnson.... You know, the one that Jimi Hendrix was supposed to play on...the one that was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1970 ...and beaten out by the Woodstock soundtrack album...(that one)"

She said ("oh that one")

Well of course as you all know by now, there was no mention of Miles Davis MONSTER 1970 LP..."TRIBUTE TO JACK JOHNSON"

Yall know the one...

* The one with the STARK BLACK COVER
* The one with the picture of Miles Davis on the cover playing the trumpet
* The same picture that the SONY MUSIC CORPORATION uses as the SILHOUETTE MILES DAVIS LOGO in 2005
* The one with the picture of JACK JOHNSON ON THE BACK COVER
* The one with narration by BROCK PETERS
* The one that is one of the BEST JAZZ LP's EVER PRODUCED
* The one that was just re-released last year as an 8 CD BOXED SET


(that one)

The next day my telephone was BURNING UP with phone calls from the members of the Miles Davis Band....

"Bob do you have Ken Burns phone number"??
"Bob, did mf'kin Ken Burns know Jack Johnson"??
"Bob, did mf'kin Wynton Marsalis know Jack Johnson"??

"MILES DAVIS KNEW JACK JOHNSON"
"MILES DAVIS FATHER WAS JACK JOHNSON'S DENTIST"
"THAT'S WHY HE MADE THE MF'KIN ALBUM"


And of course there is more...(much more)
I can't possibly type it all out…(it's too much)

All I can say is this...

Miles Davis continues to be DISRESPECTED by mass culture, in death, just as he was while he was alive. If ever there was a musical artist who truly embodied all that JACK JOHNSON stood for, it was MILES DAVIS

And I leave you all with a final thought (for now) on this topic...

"WYNTON MARSALIS DID THE SAME THING TO MILES DAVIS THAT JOE LOUIS DID TO JACK JOHNSON..."

(has there EVER been a more publicly "self hating knee-gro" than Wynton Marsailis??)

In the end however I don't blame the media barons or the bootlicking knee-roes for this situation, in the end I blame US...

"Whoever controls the media--the images--controls the culture"
-- Allen Ginsberg


--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net

Click on the image above to listen, Soul-Patrol's Bradley Alston of 'Blues Beat' gives us a strong 50 min. Black music history lesson, as he connects the dots, thru words and music between pre-slavery African music to Cotton Plantations, to Field Hollers to Son House, Bessie Smith, Robert Johnson Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sam Phillips, Elvis Presley, Ike Turner, Jimi Hendrix, Taj Mahal, August Wilson, Eric Clapton to Jazz, Blues and R&B..Introduced by the late Soul Patroller and Soul Music legend, Don Covay.


4. Worldwide Internet Exclusive: The New SlysLilSis.com (Sly Stone)


sly stoneFebruary 8, 2005, -- VALLEJO CALIF.

Let it be known through all the annals of FUNKDOM that the only Internet site authorized by Sly Stone himself is the newly re-designed www.SlysLilSis.com. No corporate "Sony Baloney" here. This is no official "Cuz you bought the rights to use the word" website. If you are down with artistic control, the concept fought valiantly for by the likes of Sly, Ray Charles, Prince, Little Richard, Sam Cooke, Peggy Lee, Otis Redding, and you are a Funk Music fan then you will join us in supporting this site.

Check this...SlysLilSis.com is a new view on Phunk Music and the legacy of Sly & the Family Stone, with images never before seen outside of the Stone Family Camp. The site is loaded with new music and film archives coming to YOU, the Stone Nation, directly from the Family. Get " Funk Stamped" with Limited Edition Collectibles before they run out - to insure their "collectibility" they're run in limited quantities.

As promised, we're staying "Down-N-Phunky Widit" at the Stone Camp so get on our mailing list for updates, news, info and more. Like they say, "If you want real bread…go to a baker", so if --U-- want it PHUNKY go to the Funk source.

Vet Stone embraces the Stone Nation with the Phunk Phamily Affair !! - a band featuring original Family Stone members and new songs with that original Sly & The Family Stone Funk sound.

Don't miss the next step in Phunk Music - SlysLilSis.com


Reese
(Keeping it Real)
SlysLilSis.com


Click on the image above to listen, Soul-Patrol's Bradley Alston of 'Blues Beat' gives us a strong 50 min. Black music history lesson, as he connects the dots, thru words and music between pre-slavery African music to Cotton Plantations, to Field Hollers to Son House, Bessie Smith, Robert Johnson Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sam Phillips, Elvis Presley, Ike Turner, Jimi Hendrix, Taj Mahal, August Wilson, Eric Clapton to Jazz, Blues and R&B..Introduced by the late Soul Patroller and Soul Music legend, Don Covay.

5. Upcoming Rio Soul LA Shows (Soul-Patrol Discounts for The "Ultimate Funk Show")


Rio Soul


SATURDAY - FEBRUARY 12th

B.B. KINGS Blues Club - Universal Citywalk
The Ultimate Funk Show


RIOSOUL live with SLAPBAK (and Special Surprise Celebrity Guests)

Show Starts at 8:30 pm
Cover: $12.00 at the Door/$10.00 in advance
Tickets & Info Call: 818 622-5464
OR RIOSOUL HOTLINE - 866 904-SOUL

Soul Patrol West Coast will do it again, however we realize it is short notice but we hope to see folks out this Saturday at BB KING's Blues club to support Rio Soul, Slap Back and a special surprise celebrity guest performing, the info is as follows:

If you would like to get the discounted rate set aside for Soul Patrollers either contact the RIOSOUL Hotline ASAP (866 904-SOUL) or e - Mail Sally Foxen at ooothatgirl@aol.com or myself Vernon Wright West Coast Soul-Patrol Coordinator at vw630@msn.com, if for some reason you can not get through on the hotline, we will do our best to have a ticket set aside at the door, but you must make the connection ASAP.


SATURDAY - FEBRUARY 26th

B.B. KINGS Blues Club - Universal Citywalk
RIOSOUL live - show starts at 8:30 pm
Cover: $12.00 at the Door / $10.00 in advance
Tickets & Info Call: 818 622-5464
OR RIOSOUL HOTLINE - 866 904-SOUL



THURSDAY - MARCH 3rd and FRIDAY - MARCH 4th

Too Funky !
B.B. KINGS - Universal Citywalk
The BARKAYS with RIOSOUL
Cover: $12.00 at the Door / $10.00 in advance
Tickets & Info Call: 818 622-5464
OR RIOSOUL HOTLINE - 866 904-SOUL



--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net




Click on the image above to listen, Soul-Patrol's Bradley Alston of 'Blues Beat' gives us a strong 50 min. Black music history lesson, as he connects the dots, thru words and music between pre-slavery African music to Cotton Plantations, to Field Hollers to Son House, Bessie Smith, Robert Johnson Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sam Phillips, Elvis Presley, Ike Turner, Jimi Hendrix, Taj Mahal, August Wilson, Eric Clapton to Jazz, Blues and R&B..Introduced by the late Soul Patroller and Soul Music legend, Don Covay.



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Hopefully you enjoyed this edition of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter.
We will be back in about two weeks with the next edition, with any email alerts for local events, Soul-Patrol website updates/chat sessions or breaking news in between, as required.

If you have any comments, questions, etc feel free to drop me an email and let me know what's on your mind.

Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net

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