If you like 80's shit like Howard Johnson & Kashif, like I do, then check out DJ Elwood's new Colorful Sweater Mix. It's another dope mix following on from the classic "Soul Glo" mix he did before. I have to give Elwood a shout, he always gives me feedback on my posts & he does some nice mixes. Anyway go to his site & download that shit & if you haven't checked Soul Glo get that too.
Friday, 25 January 2008
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Monday, 21 January 2008
Last post tonight is Lords Of The Underground with Funky Child. A great track from what some call the golden period of Hip Hop. It's one of the best tracks to use the Skull Snaps break, although those drums make almost any track sound good. Always used to make people go demented when ever I played this out at a Hip Hop night. It's the shit.
Second post tonight is an absolute classic from 1982, Carol Williams with Can't Get Away (From Your Love). You won't want to get away from this track it's fookin bangin.
Posted by P.SKILLZ at 00:34
The first post tonight is Maceo & The JB's with Tighten Up (Live In Dallas - Edit). This is off an EP I got a few years ago which has edits of different funk tracks, not sure who did the edits but it's good shit. The edit of Soul Pride is also good as the drums are extended, I may post this at a later date. Any way check this track for some sick drum action. Come on drums.
Saturday, 19 January 2008
Here's the second mixshow from me. Again it's all mainly 80's stuff. I will post some more tracks in the next few days also. Drop me a message with some feedback. The guy in the picture is off a current TV show, in the UK, of tribute acts. He is supposed to be Lionel Ritchie!!!! So bad it's good. Enjoy.
X-25: Candy (Inst)
Gemini: Ain't no love (better then your love)
Sparque: Take some time
Mid Air: Ease out
Jimmy Williams: All of my lovin
Billy Jones: I can't wait to break
Katmandu: Get crackin
Cecil Parker: I've been missing your lovin
Kreamcicle: Hold on
Wyndchimes: Baby you're the one
Nuance: Take a chance
Shannon: Give me tonight
Sunday, 6 January 2008
Here's the first mixshow from me. I hope to bring one out every few weeks if possible. I should have some mixes from some guests in the next few weeks also, so look out for that. There is a feed on my site, for anyone that wants to subscribe. If anyone out there wants to contribute a mix please email me.
Pamela Nivens: It's You I Love (So In Love)
Krystal Davis: So Smooth
Dollette McDonald: Special
Cookie: Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover
Kick: Lollie Pop
Mick Jessop: Take It Easy
Karavan: The Funk Is Gonna Get You Yet
Family Brown: I'm Gonna Get Ya
Sequence: Just Want You To Know
Terri Wells: I'm Giving All My Love
Terri Jones: Do It Again Tonight
Les Femmes: Yes You Thrill Me
Lew Kirton: Talk to me (Inst)
Colors: Am I Gonna Be The One
I hope you like it.
Friday, 4 January 2008
Last post tonight is "Techno Scratch" by Knights Of The Turntables. A classic Electro track for you to enjoy. I should have some new mixes to post this weekend also, so look out for them.
Posted by P.SKILLZ at 23:59
Third post tonight is "Party Groove" by Showbiz. The track is off the "Soul Clap" EP by Show & AG, which is one of the best Hip Hop EP's ever in my opinion. Showbiz is one of my favourite Hip Hop Producers also. This is a cut up, sample laden, instrumental, party groove & sounds excellent out in a club. Play it loud & get you're groove on.
Posted by P.SKILLZ at 23:49
Second post of the night is a Boogie classic from 1983, Colors & "Am I Gonna Be The One". Hot shit indeed for y'all.
Posted by P.SKILLZ at 23:40
I am going to post a mixed bag of tracks tonight. Starting with a classic from 1980, "You're Too Late" by Fantasy. There is a nice mix from Kiss FM from New Years Eve 1980 of all the top tracks from that year, which was done by Tony Humphries & Shep Pettibone. I think you can still get the mix on: http://www.deephousepage.com/. This is one of the highlights of the mix for me, but there are so many good tracks on there. Anyway still sounds class today in my book so enjoy.
Posted by P.SKILLZ at 23:25