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

soul-explosion

Soul Explosion

Hot soul compilation by Adam Kvasnica from Slovakia   The fresh Doris & Kelley’s “You don’t Have to worry” shows the way. “Gotta Have Money” from James Conwell & The Exits is or me the first highlight. Conwell was the Exits‘ x-factor, a magnificent lead singer with a voice similar… 

Soul Gramophon Session #12

Cool it down with Cupatee Selecta, Switzerland.   George Shearing for example. Shearing, blind from birth, began playing the piano at the age of three. The typical George Shearing sound was created by the unison playing of vibraphone, guitar and piano. Shearing was about transposing the big band music of… 

rhodes to funk

Rhodes to Funk

A wonderful curated Mix by Cottage Soul and Jazz from the U.K   The Rhodes piano is an electric piano invented by Harold Rhodes, which became popular in the 1970s. Like a conventional piano, the Rhodes generates sound with keys and hammers, but instead of strings, the hammers strike thin… 

SOULICIOUS FRUITS

Soulicious Fruits

Fruity session by Franco Ponticelli / DJ F@SOUL from Austria.   Highlight of the mix for us, is the Sam Dees & Bettye Swann Duet from 1975. Also the well known “Love You Just As Long As I Can” Free Spirit. Another candy is Luther Ingram’s “Let’s Steal Away To… 

huas

Main Ingredient

An amazing funky session by Huas from Holland.   There are some fine tunes, I did’nt knew. Such as Wade Marcus who was a producer during the 1970s. He composed the music to the film “The Final Comedown” with Grant Green. His Spinning Wheel was from 1971. A highlight also… 

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