Guest Mix by Gelale, France.
Funklectic Live Mixes
The Gelale Radio show is aired on http://www.raptz.com/
Gelale works with http://anbekele.com/
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 Supersoul from Hanover – combines urban funk and soul grooves with German lyrics in their self-written songs. „Dem Funk Sei Dank“ is the instrumental part of the album. The rare Northern Soul 45 by Carl Hall is also great such as „Blue trane“ written by John Coltrane recorded by pianist Cedar Walton in 1975.
My highlight certainly is General Crook’s Number „What Time It Is„!
A 45’s A and B Side in 1971. Thanks Gelale for this great contribution.
Michel from Funkologie
- Shoe Boot – Nathaniel Rateliff And The Night Sweats
- Runaway Boys (feat. Lonnie Jordan) – Alex Puddu
- Basic Funk 101 – Maceo Parker
- When the Well Runs Dry – Reunion
- Loot – Steve Ellis
- Dem Funk Sei Dank – Supersoul
- Love Train – The Third Wave
- The Way You Do The Things You Do – Elkie Brooks
- Summertime – Carl H. Hall
- Mad – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
- For What It’s Worth – Cesar’s Children
- My Love – Ronnie Jones
- Little Love Affair – Patrinell Staten
- What You Getting High On – Mel-O-Madnezz
- Miss Hot Stuff – Clarence Reid
- The Brawl at Dragon Inn – Debre Damo Dining Orchestra
- Blue Trane – Cedar Walton
- A Touch Of Class – Lee Armstrong Express
- Scorpio Man Theme – Ernie Hawks & The Soul Investigators
- Endless Chain – Tanika Charles
- Underneath – The Soul Session
- What Time It Is (Part II + Part I) (Bill Brewster Edit) – General Crook
- Let Us Go (To Higher Heights) – Carlos Garnett
- Why Can’t There Be Love – Dee Edwards
- It’s Gonna Rain – Gentleman June Gardner
- Through Were The Days – LaVice & Company
- East of the River Nile – Soul Sugar
- Let’s Go to Mars – Barrence Whitfield & The Savages
- How Can I Hit The Ball (When You Won’t Let Me Bat) – Bill Wright
- Advise – Christy Ogba
- C’est Le Même Cadence – Gaby et les Soul Men