KUSF 01.04.11 In the Soul Kitchen DJ Harry Duncan

In The Soul Kitchen is the Bay Area's weekly source for Roots and Rhythm, broadcast on KUSF for the last 27 years. Producer and host Harry Duncan serves up an award-winning mix of all styles of deep soul and funk, jazz, blues, gospel, ska and roots reggae, Latin, African, and select World musics.

1st Hour

2nd Hour


James Brown-Gonna Have A Funky Good Time (Polydor)
Bobby Marchan and The Clowns-You Can’t Stop Her (Westside-UK)
James Brown-There It Is, Pt. 1 (Polydor)
The Meters-People Say (Sundazed)

James Brown-Get It Together (Polydor)
James Brown-Body Heat (Polydor)
James Brown-Let A Man Come In and Do The Popcorn (Kent-UK)
Marva Whitney-What Do I Have To Do To Prove My Love To You (Polydor)
James Brown-Soul Power (Polydor)

James Brown-Kansas City (Polydor)
James Brown-It’s A New Day (Polydor)
Lyn Collins-Think (About It) (Polydor)
Rudy Ray Moore-The Human Tornado (Radio commercial)
Bobby Byrd-I Know You Got Soul (Polydor)
James Brown-Say It Loud-I’m Black and I’m Proud, Pt. 1 (Polydor)
James Brown-Call Me Super Bad (Polydor)

The Meters-Ain’t No Use (Aircheck)
Eldridge Holmes with The Meters-Pop, Popcorn Children (Warner Music-UK)
Dr. John with The Meters-Same Old, Same Old (Atco)
Lee Dorsey with The Meters-Who’s Gonna Help Brother Get Further (Polydor)
The Meters-Little Old Money Maker (Rhino)

Professor Longhair-Cuttin’ Out (Rounder)
The Wild Magnolias-Golden Crown (Polydor)
Earl King-Always A First Time (Rooster Blues/EMI)
Lloyd Price-Where Y’At (Specialty/Concord)
Allen Toussaint-Freedom For The Stallion (Rhino)

William DeVaughn-Be Thankful For What You Got (Collectables)

Senator Leland Y. Yee, California State Senate