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

Carol Kaye in Studio

Carol Kaye Master of Iconic Bass Lines in Music History

If you’ve ever tapped your foot to a classic hit from the 1960s or ’70s, chances are you’ve been grooving to the masterful bass lines of Carol Kaye. From The Beach Boys to Frank Sinatra, Carol Kaye’s influential bass playing is a cornerstone of the golden age of popular music…. 

Morning Sunrise – On the way with Segnor Rossi

When it comes to creating a relaxed atmosphere, there’s nothing quite like a good music mix. And some songs that’s sure to bring a smile to your face and a sense of warmth to your heart are those songs.   Viva La Felicita Middle of the Road – The MetersA… 

50 Yards of Soul – Thrilling Bunch Of Instrumental Power!

  Reach out I’ll Be There … Bo Did It – Hidden CostThe Hidden Cost was one of many aliases of the rhythm section of MSFB. MFSB, officially standing for “Mother Father Sister Brother”, was a pool of more than 30 studio musicians based at Philadelphia’s Sigma Sound Studios. They… 

Funkologie Crew Sensations Vol.13

Funkologie Crew Sensations Vol.13

The best of our Funkologie channel. Join us! This time with a bitter loss of legends. We take our hats off to Betty Davis and Syl Johnson who have left us. In this spirit, see you soon in funky heaven.   This is a collaboration with our Facebook group members…. 

Killing Me Softly

A jazzy and chilled trip with space for suspence and improvisations.   L’Affondamento Goodbye Carter – Roy BuddRoy Frederick Budd was a British jazz pianist and composer known for his film scores, including Get Carter. In 1971, still in his early twenties, he composed one of his best known scores,… 

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