The world of Haris_Pal. His mixes are like the purest wonder bags.
You never know what you get, but always pure joy.
Random queer music journal, is written in his profile. Take a listen to some of the mixes. We do on this one. The selection is taken with love to the end 50’s and start 60’s.
The highlights for us is: „Smoke Gets In Your Eyes“. The Platters were one of the most successful vocal groups of the early rock and roll era. Their distinctive sound bridges the pre-rock Tin Pan Alley tradition and the new burgeoning genre.
The Platters were one of the most successful vocal groups of the early rock and roll era. Their distinctive sound bridges the pre-rock Tin Pan Alley tradition and the new burgeoning genre.
Another highlight is Fontella Marie Bass, best known for her number-one R&B hit “Rescue Me” in 1965. Another wonderful track is “Time After Time” by Step By Step, a 12 piece soul band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. The group often opened for the Stylistics when performing. Also “When The Lights Are Low” from The Paragons, a jamaican band stands really out.
- The Wonder Of You – Ronnie Hilton
- Pledging My Love – Johnny Ace & the Johnny Otis Orchestra
- Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – The Platters
- I Only Have Eyes For You – The Flamingos
- Ruler Of My Heart – Irma Thomas
- Any Other Way – Jackie Shane
- I’ll Always Watch Over You – Turbans
- This Would Make Me Happy – Fontella Bass
- Deep Shadows – Little Ann
- Time After Time – Step By Step
- Do It Right Now – Roscoe Robinson
- Meet Me Half Way – Reuben Bell
- A Change Is Gonna Come – Otis Redding
- Soul On Fire – Ruth Brown & LaVern Baker
- Pain In My Heart – Helene Smith
- A Little More Love – Kim Weston
- Don’t Do It No More – Inez & Charlie Foxx
- When The Lights Are Low – The Paragons
- Where Is Love – The Monzas
Thanks for this beautiful show made with love.
Michel from Funkologie