• FREE Lack Of Afro mix

    16 Sep 2008, 17:41 by musiclikedirt

    Lack Of Afro Node clothing mix

    Visit the above link for a free Lack of Afro mix. Its part of a new series of mixes he's doing for Node clothing.

    Super super funky stuff, with the Nas remix being especially dancefloor destroying!! Get it

    # Nas - Get Down (QSO Remix) (Rebtuz)
    # FUNKSHONE – The Strut (Skyline)
    # Pavlov & Mishkin – Rata Del (Rebtuz)
    # Willie Mitchell – My Babe (Hi)
    # The Baker Brothers – Unkown (Promo cd-r)
    # Speedometer – Am I Your Woman (Freestyle)
    # Lack of Afro – Touch My Soul (Freestyle)
    # Jamie Lidell – Another Day (Warp)

    just given the blog a spring clean - can people check if its working. Still some glitches but getting there...just got to write some content now :s
  • Al still sounds just like "owwwwww"...

    19 Jul 2007, 19:00 by clemens1986

    A little something I found over @ okayplayer.com.

    Love and Happiness

    "Last year," says an excited Al Green, "we did 147 shows around the world. All those people in other countries know how bad Al Green is. Memphis should know it, too."
    Memphians will have their first real opportunity in a while to catch R&B legend Green and his 15-piece band, as they perform Saturday as part of the Memphis Botanic Garden's summer concert series.

    Though born in Arkansas and raised in Michigan, the 61-year-old Green is a beloved local icon. Arriving in town in 1970, under the guidance of his musical foil and mentor Willie Mitchell, he went on to craft some of the most essential soul sides of all time.

    In the mid-1970s, Green gave his life over to God, becoming an ordained minister and making gospel records, but returning periodically to cut secular albums. He can still be found most Sunday mornings preaching at his Full Gospel Tabernacle Church.

  • Mix: Groove-Jitsu

    9 May 2007, 14:03 by Jimbalaya

    King Megatrip - Groove-Jitsu
    27 april 2007
    This mix (presented as the latest edition of Royal Groove Webradio ) by King Megatrip is full of groove-jitsu technique... Upper blocks, roundhouse kicks and some fantastic beats, with plenty of fight related word samples rounding it all out. Fetch your black belts and polish up the katanas. Enjoy!

    King Megatrip - Groove-Jitsu


    01 Chef Raekwon - gambinos
    02 The Lords of Percussion - the kung fu
    03 Marvin Holmes - ooh ooh the dragon
    04 Sundia - stand up and be a man (part 1)
    05 Curtis Mayfield - kung fu
    06 Chekov - pursuit
    07 Fingathing - slug it out
    08 Alvin Cash - ali shuffle
    09 Dennis Alcapone - cassius clay
    10 Soul Invaders - muhammad ali
    11 Dennis Coffey & Luchi De Jesus - black belt jones (main theme)
    12 Miami - kung fu freak (from kung fu creek)
    13 Carl Douglas - kung fu fighting (dave ruffy/mark wallis remix)
    14 Rhythm Heritage - theme from s.w.a.t.
    15 Dennis Coffey & Luchi De Jesus - super slick (get pinky)
  • Soul bus

    9 May 2006, 14:05 by furfangos

    Today, for the first time in my life, I felt that I understood the big deal about soul music. As the sunbeams made their way through the early morning fog "After laughter" by Wendy Rene popped up in my headphones and I feel in love with her voice, the melody, the reggae choir and the instrumentation. Right then, I understood soul music. Right then, I felt the essence of soul music and I wasn't terrified anymore. The fuss was no longer a mystery to me. I followed "After laughter" up with Willie Mitchells fabolous "Grovin'" with it's relaxed funky drumbeat, rhodes organ and chicka-chicka-guitar, The Emotions - If you think it, Ann Peebles - Trouble, Heartaches and Sadness, Bob James - Nautilus and O.V. Wright - Let's straighten it out. Everything was perfect for a while until Marvin Gaye showed up with his annoying voice and right behind him was Al Green to kick me when I was already down. I healed my wounds later by listening to Wendy Rene once more and everything was good again. The world was my pizza.