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

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Dr. Strangelove Mix

Guest Mix by Dr. Strangelove, Berlin, Germany.

Dr. Strangelove

Dr. Strangelove

The Doctor is a music collector since the eighties, occasional DJ.
His ear for beauties is amazing.
This Selection is smooth and full of surprises and Jazzy funk tunes.
We love the relaxed and chill sound.
This mix can be listened over and over.

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 enough” from Clydie King. King went on to become an in-demand session singer. Along with Merry Clayton, she sang the background vocals on Lynyrd Skynyrd’s seminal hit “Sweet Home Alabama”.

The rough version of JJ Barnes “Chains Of Love” by Esther Marrow is delirious. The final point is a version of “Feelin’ Alright?” written by Dave Mason of the English rock band Traffic. Lulu does sing the tune in a cool way. Thanks Dr. Strangelove for this little piece of soul music.
Michel from Funkologie

  1. Messin’ – Seldon Powell
  2. Hogtied – Chain Reaction
  3. If I’d a Club – Messengers Inc.
  4. I’m A Lover Not A Fighter – Michael Jay Coleman
  5. Jubilee with Soul – The Four Tops
  6. Runnin’ Out – Gladys Knight & The Pimps
  7. Chains Of Love – Esther Marrow
  8. Ain’t my stuff good enough – Clydie King
  9. Bit Of Honey – Live In Maid
  10. Our Generation – Ernie Hines
  11. Them Hot Pants – Lee Sain
  12. Tell me what’s on your Mind – Cyril Neville
  13. Hit or Miss – Bo Diddley
  14. Power Play – Etta james
  15. Somebody To Love – Al Wilson
  16. Feelin’ Alright – Lulu