The Main Ingredient Radio Show NYC – Episode #168 (August 28, 2012)

The Main Ingredient Radio Show NYC – Episode #168 (August 28, 2012)
a taste of honey – rescue me (capitol)
isaac hayes – bumpy’s lament (enterprise)
the emotions – if you think it (you may as well do it) (volt)
bohannon – save their souls (dakar)
sylvia – private performance (vibration)
friends of distinction – my mind is a camera (rca)
the main ingredient – california my way (rca)
the fatback band – keep on steppin’ (event)
moments – next time that i see you (stang/platinum)
leroy hutson – so in love with you (curtom/charly)
the impressions – we must be in love (curtom)
joni mitchell – edith and the kingpin (elektra/asylum)
jerry butler – i need you (mercury)
aretha franklin – i get high (atlantic)
willie hutch – hospital prelude of love theme (motown)
vanessa kendrick – 90% of me is you (glades)
the memphis horns – just for your love (rca)
the pointer sisters – easy days (blue thumb/abc)
grover washington, jr. – black frost (kudu/cti/motown)
5th dimension – black patch (bell)
marvin gaye – soon i’ll be loving you again (motown)
harold melvin + the blue notes – you know how to make me feel so good featuring sharon paige (philadelphia international)
crusaders – a message from the inner city (blue thumb)
lani hall – love song (a&m)
the new birth – ooh baby (rca)
jon lucien – rashida (rca)
irma thomas – anyone who knows what love is (mint)
baby washington – care free (master five)
marion black – who knows (capsoul)
greg perry – come on down (get your head out of the clouds) (casablanca)
jeff perry – love don’t come no stronger (than yours and mine) (arista)
johnny hammond – can’t we smile? (milestone)

The Main Ingredient is a weekly radio show covering brand new soulful underground music from around the world, featuring as in-studio interviews with the artists making it. New episodes can be found Wednesdays at noon at jonolivermusic.com. The show began in May 2009 as a weekly broadcast from East Village Radio’s storefront studio on 1st Ave. & 1st St. in NYC and continued there until EVR closed it doors in May 2014. This episode is from the East Village Radio Archives.