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

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… 

Cadence

Guest Mix by Gelale, France.   Always cool and surprising. This is true for Gelale’s mixes. His sense for good sound can be seen in Cadence. It is difficult to choose one of his good mixes. But my Surprise was the good taste. Some tracks stand out at the top.Especially… 

soul-proclamation

Soulful Proclamation

Pop soul candies with stone experts at kissin‘, super duper lovers and sad chickens. We start our mix with Allen Toussaint. Famous to produce the Meters when they began releasing records under their own name in 1969. He developed a funkier sound, writing and producing for a host of artists,… 

Canned Funk

An excursion in good taste and timeless music. We start the mix with the sensational track „Canned Funk“ from 1975 by Joe Farrell. A masterpiece in groove. The collaboration between Joe Beck on guitar is simply world class. Jazz funk of the best.Farrel, best known as a member of the… 

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