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PLANTATION RADIO STATONS SEMINAR (from the 2004 Soul-Patrol East Coast Convention) Click on the image above to listen to this seminar, as Kevin Amos, Ric Wilson (Mandrill), Mighty Sam McClain, Darrell McNeil (BRC) take us to school on just why KNEE-GRO Radio stations WON'T play the music we love and what WE can do to change that...


Soul-Patrol Newsletter Headlines

* TIDBITS: Rest In Peace: June Pointer, Harry McGilberry [Temps], Terry Stanton [Dazz Band], Jackie McClean, Phil Walden [Otis Redding/Allman Bros.]. Hill St. Soul. Family Stand and Brand New Heavies. Smooth Jazz (yea or ney?). NJ TRUTH IN MUSIC BILL

* April/06 Soul-Patrol.Net Radio Top 40 ....(Diversity is the name of the game)

* Thinking about the Pointer Sisters

* Theatre Review: Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death (Melvin Van Peebles)

* The Whatnauts vs. Black Ivory ("teenaged angst")

* 2006 Rhythm & Blues Foundation Pioneer Awards: Congratulations to Soul-Patrollers - Bettye LaVette, Barbara Mason, and Delfonics



Welcome To The Soul-Patrol Newsletter

Just a few tidbits before we get rolling...

Rest In Peace: June Pointer, Harry McGilberry [Temps], Terry Stanton [Dazz Band], Jackie McClean, Phil Walden [Otis Redding/Allman Bros.]

Each month more and more members of the family of "Great Black Music From the Ancient To The Future" are leaving us. Please take a momenet out of your busy schedules to not only remember those who are no longer with us, but also to support the ones that are still here. Do that by going to their concerts when they come to your area and by purchasing their CD's directly from them at their websites and their shows.

HILL ST. SOUL - SOULIDIFIED In Stores NOW

Hill St. Soul - "Soulidifed" is in stores now, please check it out. The video for the song "Goodbye" is posted on Hill St. Soul's MySpace site, so stop by and let her know what you think of it. www.myspace.com/hilstsoul.



Family Stand and Brand New Heavies are Re-Uniting

Two of our favorite groups from the 1990's are making a return to the scene, so stay tuned...


Question: How Many Soul-Patrollers Like Smooth Jazz?

It's a controversial radio format to be sure. Some people consider it to be relaxing, entertaining and funky. While others feel that it's a "perversion of Black Culture". We want to know what YOU think? Do you listen? What artists do you like? If not, how come? Which artists do you consider to be sell outs?

Click here and tell us what you think of the Smooth Jazz radio format

NJ TRUTH IN MUSIC BILL: FAKE Groups and CROOKED Promoters BEWARE

Sometimes a promoter honestly doesn't know when they might be dealing with a "fake group". Sometimes the group or their management misrepresents themselves. Sometimes an old picture is used. Or sometimes a more convienent name is used. Bottom line on this one is now it's in EVERYBODYS best interest that things be represented as accuratly as possible...

Click here and find out more about the proposed NJ TRUTH IN MUSIC BILL (Soul-Patrol Supports It, and so should YOU!!!)


--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net


April/06 Soul-Patrol.Net Radio Top 40 ....(Diversity is the name of the game)

Soul-Patrol.Net Radio Top 40 Welcome to Soul-Patrol.Net Radio's April/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:
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....

I really like the diversity of this month's Top 40. It really is a representation of what the scope/mission of Soul-Patrol is all about!!!

We have Funk, Nu Soul, Jazz, Rock, Doo Wop, Southern Soul & Blues, Slow
Jams, Classic Soul, Concerts and Interviews. It actually looks like "Great Black Music From The Ancient To The Future" and that tells me quite a bit about the folks who are listening!!!

Coming up next month look for new music from SounDoctrine, Smokey Robinson,
Chip Shelton, Gladys Knight, Hill St. Soul, Diana Ross, Billy Griffin, Frank
McComb, Vernon Reid, Mike Tyler, Candi Staton, Christian Scott, Janis Seigel, Rebirth, Lenny Welch, Sonny Boy, Traciana Graves. PLus look out for a new Funk show, May's Southern Soul & Blues countdown, A new Slow Jam show, New Interviews and more...

Anyhow, here is this months ranking.
The links all work so feel free to share this email with your friends

1. MAYSA - Sweet Classic Soul
http://www.soul-patrol.net/maysa.ram

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

3. 2006 Covers - (Various Artists - JASON MILES, MELI'SA MORGAN/FREDDIE
JACKSON, ALLISON WILLIAMS, KIM WATERS/MAYSA, MELLISA FORBES, MATTE', CHILDREN ON THE CORNER, MOS DEF, SHOVINISTICS, 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. SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE MIRACLES - "The Live Collection"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_live.ram

5. Brand New Slow Jams - (Various Artists - ELSON, MELISA FORBES, ROB AND
THA SOUL BROTHER, GWEN MCCRAE/LATIMORE , TY CAUSEY, JEWELS, VOCALPOYNT, OKTBRWRLD, NOTATIONS, CANDI STATON, CLASSI JAZZI, TERRY JOHNSON, SOUL GENERATION + FIVE STAIRSTEPS & JACKSON FIVE, 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. MILES DAVIS: IN CONCERT
http://www.soul-patrol.net/miles_concert.ram

8. TEMPTATIONS - " Reflections"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/temps_reflections.ram

9. CTI MASTERS COLLECTION: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato,
Esther Philips, Milt Jackson, Freddie Hubbard
http://www.soul-patrol.net/cti1.ram

10. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD: "All In The Family"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/chairmen.ram

11. Interview with the Family of MILES DAVIS: Vince Wilburn Jr, Vince Wilburn Sr, Paul Scott, and Cheryl Davis. Plus Lenny White, Darrell Porter,
http://www.soul-patrol.net/miles_fam.ram

12. 60'S SUPREMES Anthology
http://www.soul-patrol.net/sup1.ram

13. APRIL/06 SOUTHERN SOUL & BLUES - Chairmen Of The Board, Lenny Williams, Lacee, Tenry Johns, Renae Mitchell, Lou Wilson And Todays People, Luther Lackey, Frank-O Johnson, Toni Green, Reggie P
http://www.soul-patrol.net/ssb406.ram

14. Soul-Patrol's BARRY WHITE Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/barrywhite.ram

15. MARVIN GAYE GOLD
http://www.soul-patrol.net/marvingaye_gold.ram

16. LOUISE PERRYMAN - "Whisper My Name"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/whisper_my_name.ram

17. RUFFIN/KENDRICKS Interview + TEMPTATIONS Music
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mag1/david_eddie.ram

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

19. NADIR - "Distorted Soul 2.0"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/distortedsoul.ram

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

21. MARVIN GAYE - "Lets Get It On CD Deluxe"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/lgo.ram

22. MANDRILL Live
http://www.soul-patrol.net/man_live.ram

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

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

25. ANGEL: Where Have you Been?
http://www.soul-patrol.net/angel.ram

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

27. Motown Love Songs - Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell, Temptations, Michael Jackson
http://www.soul-patrol.net/motownlo1.ram

28. POOKIE HUDSON & THE SPANIELS LIVE
http://www.soul-patrol.net/pookie_live.ram

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

30. JOE JACKSON INTERVIEW
http://www.soul-patrol.net/joe_int1.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 (PATRICE RUSHEN/SLAVE)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/nt_funk2.ram

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

33. 70'S SUPREMES Anthology
http://www.soul-patrol.net/70sup.ram

34. MFA Kera & Mike Russell Interview/Music (Hosted by Rev Boogaloo)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/boogalooshow2.ram

35. WILL/HART/DELFONICS LIVE
http://www.soul-patrol.net/heylove.ram

36. PERSUADERS - "Made to be Loved"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/persuaders.ram

37. BRC Tribute to STEVIE WONDER
http://www.soul-patrol.net/brc_stevie.ram

38. Soul-Patrol's WILSON PICKETT Tribute
http://www.soul-patrol.net/pickett_live.ram

39. RAY, GOODMAN AND BROWN: "A Moment With Friends"
http://www.soul-patrol.net/rgb_friends.ram

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


Bob Davis:
earthjuice@prodigy.net

Thinking about the Pointer Sisters

Pointer Sisters Does it seem like they should have been "bigger"???

Didn't they first come on the scene around the same time as Bette Midler with that whole "retro 1940's" look?

The only movie that I ever recall seeing them in was "Car Wash". Did the Pointer Sisters ever have a TV show, or even a TV special?

Aren't "Yes We Can, Can" and "Bet Cha Got a Chick on the Side" [backed by the METERS] two of the most STANK/NASTY Funk Joints in history? Lots of people talk about Betty Davis, but those to songs are at least equal to the best of Betty Davis (from a "funk quotient perspective), plus they were HUGE HITS. How come when the "funk music experts" gather, these two songs are never mentioned?

Didn't the Pointer Sisters (along with LaBelle) completely redefine the whole "girl group" concept?
The Pointer Sisters are never even mentioned when there are discussions of the "evolution of girl groups"
.

They did Funk, R&B, Jazz, Pop and even Country. Yet I don't recall them being mentioned as a great vocal group with a great stylistic range? Or hear them mentioned as a great "crossover group"?

I know they won a couple of Grammy Awards and were consistently on the Pop/R&B charts for about 10 years. But damn, it somehow seems that in retrospect, history hasn't treated the Pointer Sisters in a way that is aligned with their accomplishments.

Nobody ever writes in to me and asks...
"Bob, how come the Pointer Sisters aren't in the RRHOF"?
How could it be that the Pointer Sisters have been "overlooked" by history?

Any thoughts????


Bob Davis:
earthjuice@prodigy.net



Theatre Review: Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death

Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death




I just might be the least qualified person in Amerikkka to review a play.

Last week our good friend Billy "Spaceman" Patterson (Funk Guitarist El Supremo w/Sly Stone, Sun Ra, Miles Davis, Michael Henderson and more) contacted me and asked me if I wanted to go and see a play. Well as a general rule, I don't like plays, in fact the last time I went to see a play it was over 25 years ago to see "Doonsebury" (which I am a major fan of) and I fell asleep during the performance (much to the embarrassment of "Mrs. Earthjuice" because I was apparently snoring pretty loudly....lol).

Anyhow "Spaceman" goes on to tell me that this play was a revival of the famous play from the early 1970's called "Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death". I remembered this play, it had been a hit show on Broadway during the time I was a High School student in New York back in the early 70's. Although I had never seen it, I remember that it was both popular and controversial at the time. And of course it had been written and produced by Melvin Van Peebles. According to Melvin Van Peebles website, "Ain't Supposed To Die" was a huge hit on Broadway in its original inception running for 325 performances and garnering seven Tony nominations, including Best Musical.

Then Billy told me that he was the Musical Director for the revival and that it was full of some awesome Miles, Sly, Sun Ra, Funkadelic, etc remixes. So then I knew I had to go and check it out...

The play takes place not in a theatre, but instead inside of a very large multilevel nightclub called Club T, located on West 52nd st, right across the street from the recently re-christened August Wilson Theatre. There is no stage, instead most of the action takes place in an open space right in the center of the nightclub and the rest of the action takes place around the nightclub including the customer tables, which fosters much interaction with the audience.

The play itself is a series of vignettes and spoken word pieces that are filled with the characters literally from the Miles Davis "On the Corner" LP cover:

The Pimp & Hoe
Country Boy and The Fast Woman
The Corrupt Policeman
The Old Drunk
The Black Militant
The Bus Driver
The Postal Worker
Blind Homeless Man
Transvestite
Black Muslim
etc.

(Interestingly enough the Pimp and the Corrupt Policeman are played by the
same actor.....lol)

So what you have here are really the characters from Black America of the early 1970's telling their humorous/painful stories to the most STANK NASTYIEST FUNK soundtrack that one could possibly imagine. In that respect it reminded me a bit of the old LP "Hustlers Convention".

I am told that the original version of "Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death", was the very first Broadway play to use a series of vignettes and spoken word pieces as it's content and that the producers/writers of "A Chorus Line" would come to the performances night after night and "study" it's structure. (isn't that interesting......"A Stolen Legacy"????)

At the end of the play, Melvin Van Peebles comes out and reminds the audience that the play was originally subtitled "TUNES OF BLACKNESS", that unfortunately the stories of the characters hasn't changed since the early 1970's and that he challenges the audience to come up with solutions to these problems while there is still time. He also asked the audience to pay attention to the "urban art" that was being created on butcher block paper
on the wall behind him. Sure enough there were two graffiti artists with Black markers creating what later tuned out to be a huge mural, depicting various scenes from the play, that in the end resembled a Miles Davis album cover.

When Melvin Van Peebles finished speaking he invited everyone to stay and dance the night away as the DJ's began to play early 80's hip hop and soon the dance floor (led by 73 year old Melvin Van Peebles) was now crowded with dancers.

For me it was a trip back in time to the early 1970's. I remembered and knew these characters well, so it was somewhat nostalgic. "Spaceman's" slammin soundtrack made it feel even more so and I was thoroughly groovin to the proceedings. I also had a chance to speak with Melvin Van Peebles for a while and as I did it stuck me how it's because he
OWNS the play, which he is in a position to bring it back, anytime he wants to and he can do it on his own terms.

Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death

L-R: Billy "Spaceman" Patterson, Melvin Van Peebles and Bob Davis

For me it was more than "nostalgia"...
It was a great evening of FUNK music, FUNK philosophy, FUNK ideology, FUNK language, FUNK camaraderie and FUNK politics of the type that quite frankly I thought was extinct. But obviously it is not.

I am not really sure how many people were there, I'm guessing 300-400 folks?
Probably 90 percent Black.

After the performance the actors came out and grooved with the crowd I had conversations with them about the roles they played. They were all way to young to have actually been on the scene in the early 1970's, but they were not only able to play the "roles", but they also impressed me with their actual knowledge of the whole 70's thang from an intellectual and cultural perspective. It all gave me a lotta hope for the future as I walked out...

As we walked back to the car, I took note of the fact that playing right next door was the Broadway stage version of the film "Hairspray". Many of you will recall that Hairspray was about an all white teen dance show in Baltimore. The juxtaposition of "Aint Supposed to Die a Natural Death" against "Hairspray" struck me somehow.

The play "Aint Supposed to Die a Natural Death" runs Friday and Saturday nights and at this point has an indefinite run.

So if you are in or near NYC I would urge you to check it out. And if you are a funkateer, it's essential for your mental well being and stability to see this play. It will make you groove but more importantly it will make you remember that you are actually supposed to do something positive in this world, to advance your race if at all possible.
http://www.melvinvanpeebles.com/aint/index.html

Thanks Billy for asking me to come out. Now I feel like my batteries are re-charged.
And I'm ready to FUNK UP the world!!!
http://www.melvinvanpeebles.com/aint/index.html


Bob Davis:
earthjuice@prodigy.net




The Whatnauts vs. Black Ivory ("teenaged angst")

Slow Jams on Soul-Patrol One of the things that I did this past weekend was to play some Black Ivory. Now as a teenager, Black Ivory was one of my favorite groups...







Black Ivory"Early one daaaayyyy
She went awaaayyy
She didn't saaaayyyy
Why she wouldn't stay

NOOOOWWWW
I'M THE LONLIEST MAN IN TOWN

I'm introduced to a brand new soooounnnd
When silence is here
I feel the tears
With friends I laugh
But inside I ask myself

WHHHHHYYYY

Would she ever chance to leave????

MAYBE SHE WILL BE BACK???

Where did she go
And how will I know

IF SHE WILL EVER COME BACK???"

Listening to them this past weekend, I realize that they really couldn't hold a candle vocally to the Dells, Temps, Moonglows or any of the other groups that folks were discussing last week.

However, their songs were great, and they struck a nerve with me as well as many other teenagers at that time.


Same with the Whatnots....

Slow Jams on Soul-PatrolThese groups couldn't hang out vocally with Dells, Temps, Moonglows, etc, but in thosse hot and sweaty basements back in the day, they were no different then the others because you could really GRIND off of those songs of "teenage angst"

(and back then, that was pretty much all that mattered!!!)



"Just be true
To only me
And I'll make you as happy
As a girl could be
So girl don't change
Don't change
Don't let yourself go
Girl
Don't change
Don't change
Cuz I love you just the way you arrrrrrrrrrrrre

Sooooooooooo
oooooooooooo
gooooooooooooo
on little girl
Please stop your

CRYYYYYYYYYYYYYING

Cuz...
I'll
erase
awayyyyyyyyyyyyyy
oooooooooooooooooo

YOUR
PAAAAAAAIIIIIIINNNN

I'll
erase
awayyyyyyyyyyyyyy
oooooooooooooooooo

YOUR
PAAAAAAAIIIIIIINNNN



Bob Davis:
earthjuice@prodigy.net

2006 Rhythm & Blues Foundation Pioneer Awards: Congratulations to Soul-Patrollers - Bettye LaVette, Barbara Mason, and Delfonics

Rhythm & Blues Foundation The Rhythm & Blues Foundation is reviving its Pioneer Awards for soul legends after a three-year hiatus due to financial problems. The ceremony will be held June 29 in Philadelphia and hosted by Patti LaBelle and Smokey Robinson.

Honorees this year are Chubby Checker, Bettye LaVette and Barbara Mason, producer Thom Bell and the Delfonics. Motown founder Berry Gordy will receive the lifetime achievement award while the late soul great Otis Redding will receive the Legacy Tribute award.

Cash awards will still be handed out, with individuals to receive $10,000 and groups $15,000. In addition, a $5,000 scholarship will be given in the name of the Legacy Tribute honoree to a youth involved with the genre.


--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net


PLANTATION RADIO STATONS SEMINAR (from the 2004 Soul-Patrol East Coast Convention) Click on the image above to listen to this seminar, as Kevin Amos, Ric Wilson (Mandrill), Mighty Sam McClain, Darrell McNeil (BRC) take us to school on just why KNEE-GRO Radio stations WON'T play the music we love and what WE can do to change that...



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Hopefully you enjoyed this edition of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter.
We will be back soon with the next edition, with 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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