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Craig is joined by British guitarist, composer, producer, singer and Incognito bandleader Bluey.

Craig's guest is the legendry British guitarist, composer, record producer, singer and Incognito bandleader Bluey. This guy is a big hitter as his production credits include artists such as Paul Weller, George Benson, Maxi Priest and Terry Callier; he has also collaborated with Stevie Wonder. Craig goes digging in the crates as he takes to the decks for a 30 minute set. We'll be hearing a listeners musical suggestions in The Spinage au Trois.

In The History of Women in Funk & Soul we look at the career of The Queen of Memphis Soul, Carla Thomas. We hand over the playlist to you the trusted 6 Music listeners in the section of the show we call 'The Spinage au Trois'. What would you like to hear? Email At 8pm we'll have 30 minutes of back-to-back records in the 'Trunk of Funk' section of the show. Expect to hear Northern Soul, rhythm and blues, jazz, blues, gospel or hip hop, Motown hits.......

3 hours

Music Played

  • Brick


    • Bang Records.
  • Maceo Parker


    • ESC.
  • Chris Read & Myles Sanko

    The Magic Is Gone (Renegades Of Jazz Remix) (feat. The So Much Soul Players)

    • Breakin’ Bread.
  • Eddie Floyd

    Big Bird (Smoove Remix)

    • White.
  • James Brown

    My Thang (Regrooved by DJP)

    • Goodgroove.
  • First Choice

    This Is The House Where Love Died (Tom Moulton Mix)

    • Harmless.
  • Jackson Sisters

    I Believe In Miracles

    • Spectrum.
  • Aretha Franklin

    Rough Lover

    • BGP.
  • War

    Low-Rider (Funk Sinatra Retouch)

    • Funky Express Delivery.
  • Talcum Time

    • Jackie Wilson

      The Who Who Song

      • Brunswick.
    • Dana Valery

      You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies

      • Columbia.
  • San Remo Golden Strings

    Festival Time

    • Natural Resources.
  • Lack of Afro

    Freedom (Gene Dudley Group Remix) (feat. Jack Tyson-Charles)

    • Freestyle.
  • Rudy Lambert


    • Tramp.
  • The Hawkmen

    Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover (feat. Laura Seija)

    • Mocambo.
  • Shantisan & Micheline Cardoso

    Meninas & Meninos (Stefan Obermaier/Roland Schwarz - Radio Mix)

    • Royal Soul.
  • Ernestine Ross

    Brown Baby (DJ Reverend P Edit)

    • First Experience.
  • Mr. Confuse & Elaine Thomas and Dan Salem

    Too Hot

    • Confunktion.
  • Hamilton Bohannon

    Let’s Start The Dance

    • ASCAP.
  • Marvin Gaye

    How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

    • Motown.
  • Bluey Interview

    • Incognito


      • earMUSIC.
    • Bluey

      Live Like A Millionaire

      • Dome.
    • Incognito

      Rivers On The Sun

      • Dome.
  • Leotone & Leotone


    • Leotone Music.
  • Clarence Hill

    A Lot Of Lovin’ Goin’ Round

    • Kent Soul.
  • Angela Johnson

    A Beautiful Place

    • Dome.
  • Trunk of Funk

    • Baby Charles

      I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor

      • Record Kicks.
    • The Tropics

      Louie Louie

      • Light In The Attic.
    • The Johnny Lewis Trio

      Cissy Strut

      • RCA.
    • Robbie Hill's Family Affair

      I Just Want To Be Like Myself

      • Soul West Music.
    • The Overton Berry Trio

      Hey Jude

      • Jaro.
    • The Black on White Affair

      Bold Soul Sister, Bold Soul Brother

      • Soul Patrol.
  • The Blue Beaters

    Catch That Teardrop

    • Kent Soul.
  • Margie Joseph

    Touch Your Woman

    • Record Kicks.
  • History of Women in Funk & Soul - Erykah Badu

    • Erykah Badu

      On And On

      • Motown.
    • Erykah Badu

      Bag Lady

      • Motown.
    • Erykah Badu

      Amerykhan Promise

      • Motown/Universal.
  • Mel Britt

    She’ll Come Running Back

    • Goldmine Soul Supply.
  • Hugh Gledhill

    Sweet Magritte

    • Sookie.