Soul music with a greater emphasis on beats, influences from
rhythm and blues, jazz and psychedelic rock

Fonka Donk

A crazy exploration through new breaks and golden fruits of funk! Amazing stuff to discover. Especially „Funky Mozart“ taken from „Stand By Me (Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get)„, an album led by jazz drummer Bernard Purdie which was recorded for the Mega label in 1971. The adaption is simply clever… 

Soul Gramophon Session #4

Guest Mix by Cupatee Selecta, Switzerland.   We like especially the groove between white and black funk’n’soul. This mix never get bored and reflect both side. „Work Song“ of Pat Lundy is for shure a groover. The track of more than 7 minutes blows away. Next highlights are for sure… 

Electric Black Man

This is the last mix of the Black Trilogie. While the first two mixes where about suffering with drugs, dealing in the ghetto and about emancipation of woman in the second. This mix is about liberation, proud and resitence through soul and funk music. Curtis Mayfield had left The Impressions… 

Attica Blues

Attica Blues

A tribute to all strong women of all colors. Of all ages of many loves. Woman of the cheeky type… The shy type, the lived type… Married, needy, single, happy, headed and unbalanced. First we start with the great „Attica Blues“ of Archie Shepp, featuring Jo Armstead and Albertine Robertson… 

Hustle!

Hustle!

About night people, gamblers, drug dealers and late night ladies. This mix should reflect a part of the misery in the Ghetto’s at that time.Inspired by Terminal Bar, see the Trailer at the end of the post. Brother Soul, a group from the Bronx modeling their sound after James Brown… 

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