Under Eternity Blue seeks to expose listeners to a wide range of musical genres and styles. Through exploration, thematic undercurrents are revealed which expose music's own voice and its desire to universally express itself, through itself. Whether visiting old favorites, or introducing new paths, the goal is to open your ears to the subtle heartbeat which connects all music together.

Started as a side project by the author of the Grateful Dead Listening Guide, Under Eternity Blue aims to share an equal passion for music not at all Grateful Dead or "jam band," yet appealing on many similar deep levels. The project was kicked off in Spring 2009 as a featured radio show on Spirit Plants Radio, and now each show becomes a podcast episode here after its initial airing.

This blog exists to house the podcast RSS feed releases for Under Eternity Blue. Tracklists, etc... can also be found in the comments section of each post.

Sunday, July 31, 2011

UEB-012 - Soul Funk

Episode 012: Steaming early era Soul Funk to accompany a hot summer day featured on Spirit Plants Radio, broadcasting 'round the world at radio.spiritplants.org. www.undereternitybluemusic.com/


  1. Track#--Song--Artist
    01--Here Comes The Meter Man--The Meters
    02--New Generation--The Universals
    03--It Ain't Fair, But It's Fun--Fabulous Originals
    04--Panama Red--The Royal Showband
    05--Boot's Groove--Soul Toronados
    06--Love Got A Piece Of Your Mind Pt. 2--Five Ounces Of Soul
    07--Super Cool--Carrie Riley & The Fascinations
    08--Messie Bessie--Shirley Scott
    09--Get Out of My Life Woman--Oliphant, Grassella
    10--The Sad Chicken--Leroy and the Drivers
    11--A Day In The Life--Chocolate Snow
    12--The Hatch--TMG
    13--Don't Go--The Aristocrats
    14--The Stretch--Detroit Sex Machines
    15--Farewell to the Welfare Pt. 1--Wendell Harrison
    16--When She Made Me Promise--Beginning Of The End
    17--Getting The Corners--The TSU Tornadoes

  2. DJ - This is a wonderful, greasy and groovy show. I really appreciate you presenting this specific slice of groove. If you haven't yet checked out Booker T's new album - I highly recommend it. New Booker T + this 1 hour set of 17 tunes is the soundtrack to my summer of 2011.

    Any chance for a Part II - Soul Funk revisited?

  3. Noah,

    I don't know too many of these tunes but I know it will be right up my street. I lived for Soul music between the ages of 14 and 16.

  4. I second that request for a Soul Funk II!