Listen To The Latest Penarth Soul Club Radio Show 11/02/2017


Check out the latest Penarth Soul Club Radio Cardiff show here.

In this show Liam speaks to local DJ Steve Kaged who picks three of his favourite soul records including one by a Cardiff Northern Soul legend. Shelley speaks to two time Olivier Nominee for Best Actor, Jimmy Johnston.
Our classic soul LP of the week was Dusty Springfield’s ‘Dusty In Memphis’ from 1969. Liam’s classic a-side/b-side of the week was Stevie Wonder’s ‘I’m Wondering’ b/w ‘Every Time Is See You I Go Wild’ from 1967. Shelley’s classic a-side/b-side was Dorothy Moore’s ‘Cry Like A Baby’ b/w ‘Just The One I’ve Been Looking For’ from 1973. The show also features the new single from Pama International.
Here’s what we played:
1 Can I Get A Witness by Barbara Randolph
2 You’re A Wonderful One by Marvin Gaye
3 Back Street by Edwin Starr
4 Interview Part 1 by Steve Kaged
5 Stoned Love by The Supremes
6 Just A Little Lovin’ by Dusty Springfield
7 Readings In Astrology by Jessie Anderson
8 Green Onions by The Righteous Brothers Band
9 Heat Wave by Pama International
10 Stand By Me by Ben E. King
11 Shop Around by The Miracles
12 Interview by Jimmy Johnston
13 Knock On Wood by Eddie Floyd
14 I’m Wondering by Stevie Wonder
15 Every Time I See You I Go Wild by Stevie Wonder
16 Born Under A Bad Sign by William Bell
17 Feelin’ Alright by Gladys Knight & The Pips
18 Son Of A Preacher Man by Dusty Springfield
19 Piece Of My Heart by Erma Franklin
20 Love Lots Of Lovin’ by Lee Dorsey & Betty Harris
21 Interview Part 2 by Steve Kaged
22 Sign On The Dotted Line by Gene Latter
23 Come On, Let Me Love You by Moses Smith
24 Send Him Back by The Pointer Sisters
25 Skies Are Blue by Pama International
26 (I Got) So Much Trouble In My Mind by Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul
27 Cry Like A Baby by Dorothy Moore
28 Just The One I’ve Been Looking For by Dorothy Moore
29 Breakfast In Bed by Dusty Springfield
30 Lover and a Friend by Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham
31 Interview Part 3 by Steve Kaged
32 What Kind Of Lady by Maxey & Fred Spider
33 I Hate Hate by Razzy

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