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

Dr. Strangelove

Dr. Strangelove Mix

Guest Mix by Dr. Strangelove, Berlin, Germany. The start already has some cool tunes to offer. “Hogtied” by Chain Reaction from 1977. Available on Bandcamp and surely worth to have an ear. Or an other beautiful track from Messengers Inc. The highlights are coming later with “Ain’t my stuff good… 

Funk All Them

Guest Mix by Rafa Rico Sanchez, Spain.   The selection has many highlights between mainly new bands and great classics. The fabulous “Get the funk Mr.Trump” by Funkdacion starts the mix. The band from Granada is one of the most veteran groups in Funk & Soul sound in Spain. “How… 

Swollen Goods

Swollen Goods

A mix with the cream of the cream of soundtrack producers and finest jazz-funk fusionists of modern times. “Swollen Goods” was written by Cornelius op den Zieken, the musical director of the Rudi Carrell Show. The show was an essential part of the weekend in the 70s in Germany. “Dust… 

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… 

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