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Soul Square - Can I Get A Soul Vibration ?



Soul Square Can I Get A Soul Vibration

Take Arshitect, Guan Jay & PermOne, three beatmakers from Nantes known for their love of neatly used samples and sharp arrangement, add DJ Atom, turntable goldsmith five times world champion with his crew C2C, shake the whole thing and you'll get the latest Jazzy-Hip-Hop sensation: Soul Square, coming from Nantes. The band has just released two EPs in their 'Millesime' series, including some impressive featurings from RacecaR, a Chicago-born Paris-based MC Paris DJs has just started collaborating with. As with all their releases, this exclusive 30mn soulful mix is way for Soul Square to pay tribute to black American music, with class, squaring the circle and hitting your iPods - again!

Soul Square Can I Get A Soul Vibration
Can I Get a Soul Vibration - Soul Square Selection / mixed by Jay Crate
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2014-03-22

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Tracklisting :
01. Curtis Mayfield - We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue (intro)
(from 'Curtis' album, 1970 / Curtom)
02. RAMP - Everybody Loves The Sunshine
(from 'Come Into Knowledge' album, 1977 / Blue Thumb)
03. Lynn Collins - Ain't No Sunshine (break)
(from 'Think (About It)' album, 1972 / People)
04. Syl Johnson - Is It Because I'm Black?
(from 'Is It Because I'm Black?' album, 1970 / Twinight)
05. Marlena Shaw - Where Can I Go?
(from 'The Spice Of Life' album, 1969 / Cadet)
06. Dawn Penn - You Don't Love Me
(from 'You Don't Love Me' 7 inch, 1967 / Studio One)
07. Al Green - I'm Glad You're Mine
(from 'I'm Still in Love with You' album, 1972 / Hi)
08. The Chosen Few - In The Rain
(from 'In Miami' album, 1976 / Trojan)
09. 24 Carat Black - I Begin To Weep
(from 'Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday' album, 2009 / Numero Group)
10. 8th Day - She's Not Just Another Woman
(from '8th Day' album, 1971 / Invictus)
11. Charles Bradley - The World (Is Going Up In Flames)
(from 'No Time For dreaming' album, 2011 / Daptone)
12. Blackjoy - Time
(from 'Time' album, 2007 / Project Recordings)
13. Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
(from 'Adventures in Paradise' album, 1975 / Epic)
14. Donny Hathaway - Magnificent Sanctuary Band
(from 'Donny Hathaway' album, 1971 / Atco)
15. Hot - Just 'Cause I'm Guilty
(from 'Hot' album, 1977 / Big Tree)
16. Jack Arel & Jean-Claude Petit - Psychedelic Portrait
(from 'Dance And Mood Music Vol.3' album, 196? / Chappell)
17. Leroy Hutson - Lucky Fellow
(from 'Huston' album, 1975 / Curtom)
18. Faze-O - Riding High
(from 'Riding High' album, 1977 / She)
19. Dave Ghetto - Coming Up (instrumental)
(from 'Love Life?' album, 2005 / Counterflow)
20. DJ Mitsu the Beats - Promise in Love (instrumental)
(from 'Promise In Love' 7 inch, 2009 / Jazzy Sport)
21. Tribeqa - Amali pt.2
(from 'Tribeqa' album, 2008 / Underdog)
Total time : 32mn 22s

Original cover artworks :


Credits :
Selected by Soul Square (soulsquare.fr)
Mixed by Jay Crate (facebook.com/jay.crate)
Artwork by Ben Hito (facebook.com/benhito)

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Links :
Soul Square : official | bandcamp | discogs | facebook | juno | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
Paris DJs : parisdjs.com | bandcamp | facebook | pinterest | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
Ben Hito : official | discogs | facebook


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