Bottle Brush

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Member Since: 1/23/2007
Total Mixes: 6
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Other Mixes By Bottle Brush

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Cassette | Mixed Genre

Mona Lisa Was A Man: From The Soul, To The Soul

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Little Milton  Grits Ain't Groceries  buy on itunes
Otis Redding  Respect  buy on itunes
Sam & Dave  I Thank You  buy on itunes
Eddie Floyd  Bring It on Home To Me  buy on itunes
Carla Thomas  Something Good (Is Going To Happen To You)  buy on itunes
Roger & the Gypsies  Pass The Hatchet  buy on itunes
Wilson Pickett  Don't Fight It  buy on itunes
Arthur Conley  Wholesale Love  buy on itunes
Don Varner  Mojo Mama  buy on itunes
Little Milton  We're Gonna Make It  buy on itunes
Eddie Floyd  I'll Take Her  buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
Etta James  Tell Mama  buy on itunes
The Soul Children  Give 'Em Love  buy on itunes
Sir Mack Rice  Love Sickness  buy on itunes
James Carr  Pouring Water On A Drowning Man  buy on itunes
Mable John  You're Taking Up Another Man's Place  buy on itunes
Rufus Thomas  Sophisticated Sissy  buy on itunes
Irma Thomas  Long After Tonight Is Over  buy on itunes
Albert King  Born Under A Bad Sign  buy on itunes
Erma Franklin  Light My Fire  buy on itunes
Sam & Dave  Soul Sister, Brown Sugar  buy on itunes
Otis Redding  Cigarettes and Coffee  buy on itunes

Comment:

A 60 min cassette with Memphis horns. Mostly Stax/Volt but there are few Chess and other imported acts. Title from the lead-off track.

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Mixxer
Date: 9/24/2007
Chess was in Chicago - I guess that makes them "imported" from the reference of Memphis! Excellent collection you've got here.
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hemizen
Date: 9/25/2007
And "I Thank You" for this mix.
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G-Sphere
Date: 9/25/2007
Lots of great picks here.
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musicgnome
Date: 9/25/2007
S-O-L-I-D
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SteveRaglin
Date: 9/28/2007
Nice group of artists with a less slick, more raw soul vibe.
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avant gardening
Date: 9/29/2007
awesome. probably. i only know a few names.
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doowad
Date: 10/4/2007
This looks great, Albert is one of my favorite bluesmen and then with the Little Milton, Rufus & Carla, Otis, Sam & Dave, it's a beautiful thing.

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