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WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - LISTEN TO: WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO. From the movie soundtracks of "Only The Strong Survive" and "Soul to Soul"
Wilson Pickett Live @ Soul-Patrol.Net Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)

Soul-Patrol Newsletter Headlines

* Wilson Pickett - (1941- 2006)
* Jan/2006 Soul-Patrol Radio Top 40
* Do You Own an IPod?




Welcome To The Soul-Patrol Newsletter



This issue of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter is focused on just 3 topics: 1) Commentary on the life and death of the WICKED PICKETT. The commentaries are supplied from various members of Soul-Patrol around the world. If you are interested in providing commentary on a topic that is relevant to Soul-Patrol feel free to submit them to me via email. 2) The Top 40 Streaming Internet Radio Broadcasts on Soul-Patrol's Internet Radio Station. I strongly urge you to take a listen to these broadcasts, the associated links all work and if you like what you hear, to forward this email to a friend or two! 3) Do you own an iPod? We would like you to tell us if you do and tell us how much you use it.

In addition we would like to welcome aboard five new advertisers to the Soul-Patrol Newsletter.

* The legendary Chairman of the Board and their new CD: "All in the Family"

* Angel Risloff and his new Blue Eyed Soul CD called:" Where Have You Been"

* The Temptations and their new CD called "Reflections"

* The Isley Brothers and their new CD called "Wrinkle The Sheets" - Bedroom Classics Vol. 3

Speaking of advertising on Soul-Patrol, our rates will be going up starting on 2/1/2006, so if you are an artist or other entity that wants us to help get the word out about your product, event, etc. it would be in your best interests to contact me ASAP. We have held the rates steady for the past 3 years and a rate hike is long overdue.

One last thing in this issue, I would like to know how many of you own an iPod?

If you own an iPod, click here to with an email telling me how many tracks you currently have in your iPod and how often do you use it.


Enjoy...

--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net



WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - LISTEN TO: WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO. From the movie soundtracks of "Only The Strong Survive" and "Soul to Soul"
Wilson Pickett Live @ Soul-Patrol.Net Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)

Wilson Pickett - (1941- 2006)

Wilson Pickett Can't help but deeply feel the loss of Wilson Pickett. I've been thinking a lot about Soul, particularly that era between 1965 & 1969. What an incredible amalgam of singles. James Brown introduced us to the brand new bag, Aretha just took over the whole world, the Supremes led the conscious bandwagon by bravely introducing "Love Child" on Sullivan, and my Temptations were transitioning from Smokey to Whitfield. and Wilson Pickett.

Dude was, as one of the tracks on his last album says, "All About Sex". No, no, his vocals WERE sex. As an adolescent caught up in believing in the possibilities sung to me via the Sound Of Young America, there was something OTHER about Wilson Pickett. I now see that he had a raw lasciviousness that warned guys that you better hold tight to your girls & daughters or he would easily devour them. Oh, yeah - he was the big, bad wolf.

He was a song-stealing sonofagun. But I dare anybody to raise the spectre of Pat Boone. He just bitch-slapped Roger Collins and claimed "She's Looking Good". He did treat Dyke with some respect on "Funky Broadway", though. I double-dare any Beatles fan to try to compare the way he manned-up "Hey Jude" - the original is a lullaby.
There are three moments on record that make me wish I had the studio tape. I mean the artist just gets otherworldly, but the record ends:
1) Da do da da, Da de da da - the last 10 seconds of "The Big Payback" are the funkiest chunk on wax.
2) When Michael Jackson launches it an octave on the fade to "Who's Loving You"
3) The fade to "I Found A Love" has Pickett in full, pleading professing mode. Actually, this is just an example of the Power of the Pickett. He just blows the frequency limits of the mic he's singing into. I refuse to believe this record could have been recorded un-distorted. I always fantasized that they had to invent Hi-Fi just to be able to capture Pickett's screams.

The Hall household will long cherish the flipside of "Midnight Mover", a ditty called "Deborah". Pickett is, as I see now, doing it for the Tony Sopranos of the world. He's socking soul in Italian. Y'all ask your mobbed-up buddies did they get into this one.

--J. Michael Hall

Wilson PickettOh Lawdy!! Another one! Here we go! In the last couple of years, the black soul legends are leaving us! This ain't fair at all! They were not finished yet! Barry White, Eugene record, Luther Vandross, Richard Pryor, Lou Rawls and now Wilson Pickett! The wicked Pickett! In our history of the music, Wilson was deeper than mustang sally and midnight hour! White folks took that, and made it their own! When it first came out, back in the middle 60's, that jam was too black for them! They had their fantastic bands to save their musical mental soulful life. They had the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and more. But with us, James Brown, Jackie Wilson, Temptations and more when a little deep!

Especially if you were fortunate to experience the Apollo theatre between 67-1974.AWSOME!! Something unique happened within that black experience.
A year after Dr.King died, the soul brother began to emerge. One of them was The wicked Pickett! After midnight hour, mustang sally, beechwood # and other cuts, he then came with engine #9!! One of the baddest b-boy grown folks tracks in rockin' the body history!

Wilson did have his demons though! Too black, too strong, too sexy! The Nat turner of music was also not that nice. A evil negroe! Sisters in jersey have some horror stories! White women too! International soul brother playboy was what he was! Its also must be noted that, brother Wilson was not a 70's act! Even with the afro and tight leather, he did not have hot tracks out there. And when disco came, forget about it! He survived on his live shows! His name would draw, he did not need a hit. Why? Cause he was the Wicked
Pickett,can ya dig it? Country cornbread soul brother he was! He never got the proper interview. Another brother gone, after all that, he did not sit on the couch and kick it with Johnny Carson. Man, to be black.

Folks have tried to whisper out our history, and because we sleep, we are walking within the illusion of thinking we are all that. True we are!
That's a given. But we trip too high, and the higher we trip, it just floats away, and we land on no foundation. We must keep on patroling within the soul! Wilson never lied when he said; don't let the green grass fool you!

I know that's right! Wilson will be missed! Tonight Im going out in celebration of the wicked! And due to the fact that I'm 43, black, funky, soulful and true, I will be on the engine # 9 tonight!

Moving on down the line baby! All night long!.........
Peace
--The Rexx Minister of the forbidden Soul Power

Wilson PickettDamned! Here we go agin!
I remember I Found A Love. Whenever I think of Wilson Pickett I'm reminded of what 'soul-stirring' actually sounds like. The Philly International stuff was/is made special all because of Bro. Pickett's guttural vocal. Don't Let the Green Grass Fool Ya and Engine Number Nine are true departures from the typical Philly International sound yet they played a large part in further defining Philly soul. How about I'm In Love? Remember that? How beautiful was that one? How about I'm connecting the word 'beautiful' to anything done by Wilson Pickett? When I think about the screamers (not because THEY scream so much as how they made the women scream) I'd have to say Wilson Pickett was probably the best and most powerful straight up baritone singer. I don't quite know how to explain what a 'squall' is. But suffice to say that only Joe Ligon, Solomon Burke and Wilson Pickett were/are really good at it. There are others that do it, of course...but I think they did it best. It requires a strong voice and the ability to hold and vibrate a phat note without going hoarse.

As Mr. Pickett says on Only The Strong Survive: 'James (Brown) caint do this..it comes from here (points to his gut)...James just screams from here (points to his throat)'.. I think that is a fair assessment. I remember seeing Mr. Pickett once at the Apollo theatre. He was singing In the Midnight Hour. During the instrumental (horn) break he brought up a few young ladies from the audience. Willingly they came. He kissed and danced (in his way because the one thing Wilson Pickett did NOT do was dance) with each lady. As he neared the end of this sequence of the song, the last lady was not the most attractive of the bunch and without missing a beat (and in inimitable Wilson Pickett style) this lady wanted her kiss and he simply turned slightly away and said 'Lawd Have Mercy!' I died laughing. I guess that's why they called him 'wicked'. I heard Philly DJ Georgie Woods dubbed Jerry Butler 'the Iceman'. Who dubbed Wilson Pickett' Wicked''?

Finally, I think it's best that we begin to REALLY focus on those who are left... That would be Chuck Jackson, Garnett Mimms, James Brown ,Chuck Berry, Little Richard Penniman, Solomon Burke, Bo Diddley and Jerry Butler. Encouragement and support is all that's needed in these closing years for these brothers.

Hire A Band, Peace
--LP

Hiya Bob, Just heard the very sad news regarding Wilson Pickett.

This guy changed my musical views at 12 years old - I practiced the scream the growl the holler b4 deciding he was just too good. Here I am at 52 still raving over "The Wicked 1".

I know you'll do him justice in your Soul Patrol but let me tell you England is sadder today for the passing of an icon.

Land of 100 Dances has gained an extra Midnight Mover on that Funky Broadway!!!

Regards and keep spreading the faith
--Ashley Saywell, Sheffield, UK





WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - LISTEN TO: WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO. From the movie soundtracks of "Only The Strong Survive" and "Soul to Soul"
Wilson Pickett Live @ Soul-Patrol.Net Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)

Soul-Patrol.Net Radio's January/06 Relative Rankings (Top 40 Internet Radio Broadcasts)

Soul-Patrol.Net RadioAhhh...A new year with new possibilities!

Welcome to Soul-Patrol.Net Radio's January/06 relative rankings for our top 40 internet radio broadcasts this past month. These relative rankings are taken from the server logs of the internet resource at:

LISTEN TO: SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO (www.soul-patrol.net)

These rankings are based strictly on "popularity", that is raw traffic counts of people that that are listening to the archived sound files, from around the corner and around the world. These links all work so feel free to share them with your friends (it's all actually some GREAT music)....


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***NEW BROADCASTS OF NOTE IN THE TOP 40:
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1. NADIR - "Distorted Soul 2.0" (BEST FUNK CD of 2005!!)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/distortedsoul.ram

2. SAM COOKE: "Live at the Harlem Square"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/cooke.ram

3. COVERS 2006: Jason Miles, Meli'sa Morgan/Freddie Jackson, Allison Williams, KimWaters/Maysa, Mellisa Forbes, Matte', Children On the Corner, Mos Def, Showvinistics, Carla Thomas, Pure Gold, Susaye Greene, Orioles, Eban Brown, Jeffrey Osborne, Nadir, Angel, George Clinton, Nicole Wright, Devoted Spirits, Desi, Don Byron, Waldo Weathers, Chip Shelton
http://www.soul-patrol.net/covers2006.ram

4. WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO - Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/pickett_live.ram

7. Giant Gene's 1 hour LOU RAWLS Superstar Concert (from the 1979)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/gene_lourawls.ram

8. LAURENA - "The Collection"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/laurena.ram

15. THE PERSUADERS - "MADE TO BE LOVED"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/persuaders.ram

16. TALKIN SOUL W/ BARON AND MIKE (1968)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/1968_1.ram

19. TEMPTATIONS -"REFELCTIONS"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/temps_reflections.ram

30. "INTRODUCING GORDON CHAMBERS"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/gordonchambers.ram
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***COMING NEXT MONTH
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Isley Bros, Matte', SonnyBoy, Hill St. Soul, Leela James, Meshell NDegeocello, Unified Tribe, Angel Risloff, Miles Davis, Dean Francis, MFA Kera/Mike Russell, Oktbrwrld, Lattimore, 25 Strong Movie Soundtrack, Players, Miami Funk, Zahmu, Tyrone Davis, Chairman of the Board, The Rebirth, Billy Jones Bluez, Felton Pilate, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and more
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JANUARY/2006 RESULTS
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1. NADIR - Distorted Soul 2.0 (BEST FUNK CD of 2005!!)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/distortedsoul.ram

2. SAM COOKE: Live at the Harlem Square
http://www.soul-patrol.net/cooke.ram

3. COVERS 2006: Jason Miles, Meli'sa Morgan/Freddie Jackson, Allison Williams, KimWaters/Maysa, Mellisa Forbes, Matte', Children On the Corner, Mos Def, Showvinistics, Carla Thomas, Pure Gold, Susaye Greene, Orioles, Eban Brown, Jeffrey Osborne, Nadir, Angel, George Clinton, Nicole Wright, Devoted Spirits, Desi, Don Byron, Waldo Weathers, Chip Shelton
http://www.soul-patrol.net/covers2006.ram

4. WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO. - Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/pickett_live.ram

5. BRAND NEW SLOW JAMS: Alison Crocket, Unified Tribe, Barbara Mason, Martha Redbone, Byron Woods, Chi-Lites, RioSoul, Etta James
http://www.soul-patrol.net/nt_slow.ram

6. CHI-LITES Live 2005
http://www.soul-patrol.net/chilites2005.ram

7. Giant Gene's 1 hour LOU RAWLS Superstar Concert (from the 1979)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/gene_lourawls.ram

8. LAURENA - The Collection
http://www.soul-patrol.net/laurena.ram

9. MARLON SAUNDERS ALBUM DOUBLE PLAY - A Groove So Deep (the live sessions) + Enter My Mind
http://www.soul-patrol.net/marlon_double.ram

10. 60'S SUPREMES Anthology
http://www.soul-patrol.net/sup1.ram

11. RUFFIN AND KENDRICKS Interview + Temptations Music
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mag1/david_eddie.ram

12. RICK JAMES & TEENA MARIE - Live in Santa Monica (1981)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/rick.ram

13. VICTOR WOOTEN DOUBLE PLAY - Soul Circus + Live In America
http://www.soul-patrol.net/wooten.ram

14. Soul-Patrol's FIVE STAIRSTEPS Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/stairstep.ram

15. THE PERSUADERS - "MADE TO BE LOVED"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/persuaders.ram

16. TALKIN SOUL W/ BARON AND MIKE (1968) - Soulful at the year 1968. Featuring Archie Bell and the Drells, Freddie Hughes, O'kaysions, Jerry-O, Sly and the Family Stone, Barbara Mason, 5th Dimension, Delfonics, James Brown, and MIGHTY Dells
http://www.soul-patrol.net/1968_1.ram

17. Interview with MARY WILSON
http://www.soul-patrol.net/marywilsonint.ram

18. Soul-Patrol's ISAAC HAYES Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/hayes1.ram

19. TEMPTATIONS -"REFELCTIONS"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/temps_reflections.ram

20. Soul-Patrol's JACKSON FIVE Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/j5.ram

21. MR. C - Slow Funk Jams
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mrc5_slow1.ram

22. 70'S SUPREMES Anthology
http://www.soul-patrol.net/70sup.ram

23. Soul-Patrol's JIMI HENDRIX Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/gary1.ram

24. WILL HART FORMERLY OF THE DELFONICS Live in Concert
http://www.soul-patrol.net/heylove.ram

25. Soul-Patrol's DELLS Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/dells.ram

26. Giant Gene's - HISTORY OF DISCO PART 3
http://www.soul-patrol.net/disco3.ram

27. MANDRILL Live @ Montreaux Jazz Festival (2002)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/man_live.ram

28. SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE MIRACLES: "GOING TO A GO-GO/AWAY WE GO-GO"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/going.ram

29. STREET CORNER ESSENTIALS (RARE DOO WOP): The Eagles - Tryin' To Get To You, The Barons - My Baby's Gone, Four Tops - Woke Up This Morning, Jimmy Castor & The Juniors - I Promise To Remember, The Orbits - Sugar Mama, The Quintones - Ding Dong, Lee Scott & The Windsors - My Gloria, The Ocapellos - The Stars and more!
http://www.soul-patrol.net/streetcor.ram

30. INTRODUCING GORDON CHAMBERS
http://www.soul-patrol.net/gordonchambers.ram

31. 360 DEGREES OF FUNK - Brand New Funk: Dexter Wansel, Will Wheaton, Dean Francis, Sir Joe Quarterman/Free Soul, Cassius White, Slapbak, Paul Jackson Jr, Victor Wooten, Defunkt, Adriana Evans, Oktbrwrld, AfroFunk Experience, Stozo Da Clown, Bee Note (PatriceRushen/Slave)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/nt_funk2.ram

32. POOKIE HUDSON & THE SPANIELS LIVE (Doo Wop and Variety Show - 10/21/05): Stormy Weather, Peace of Mind, Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight
http://www.soul-patrol.net/pookie_live.ram

33. WILL WHEATON DOUBLE PLAY - Old School Soul + Consenting Adultz
http://www.soul-patrol.net/wheaton.ram

34. D-ERANIA - Offerings from the Heart
http://www.soul-patrol.net/d-erania.ram

35. SOUL COMES HOME LIVE CONCERT - Various Stax Artists & others: Eddie Floyd, Jean Knight, William Bell, Booker T. & the MG's, Little Milton, Isaac Hayes, The Bar-Kays w/Chuck D, Michael McDonald, Carla Thomas/Michael McDonald, Al Green, Solomon Burke, Sir Mack Rice, Rance Allen, Mavis Staples
http://www.soul-patrol.net/soulcomeshome.ram

36. MARVIN GAYE - Gold
http://www.soul-patrol.net/marvingaye_gold.ram

37. SOUL-PATROL CEO BOB DAVIS ON NATIONALLY SYNDICATED BEV SMITH SHOW
http://www.soul-patrol.net/bd_bevsmith1.ram

38. LOUISE PERRYMAN - 'WHISPER MY NAME'
http://www.soul-patrol.net/whisper_my_name.ram

39. WILL CHILL - Rare Slow Jams #5
http://www.soul-patrol.net/chill5.ram

40. Black Rock Coalition tribute to STEVIE WONDER
http://www.soul-patrol.net/brc_stevie.ram






WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - LISTEN TO: WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO. From the movie soundtracks of "Only The Strong Survive" and "Soul to Soul"
Wilson Pickett Live @ Soul-Patrol.Net Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)

Do You Own an IPod?

iPod


Soul-Patrol wants to know if you own an iPod. We would like to get some sense of just how much the iPod has penetrated the readership of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter. Acording to Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, 34 million iPods were sold in the year 2005. We want to know how many of them are right here on Soul-Patrol. Let us know by clicking via email by clicking on the email link below or by clicking on the iPod image to the left.


If you own an iPod, click here to with an email telling me how many tracks you currently have in your iPod and how often do you use it.


Enjoy...






WILSON PICKETT (1941- 2006) - LISTEN TO: WILSON PICKETT LIVE IN CONCERT @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO. From the movie soundtracks of "Only The Strong Survive" and "Soul to Soul"
Wilson Pickett Live @ Soul-Patrol.Net Soul Survivor, Midnight Hour (From the movie Only The Strong Survive), In The Midnight Hour, Funky Broadway, Land of 1,000 Dances (From the movie Soul to Soul)



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