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Dj Loik - Tribute To Willie Hutch

tribute to willie hutch
Dj Loik - Tribute To Willie Hutch
(MP3 Podcast) Kraked, 2005-09-30

À la mémoire de Willie Hutch qui nous a quitté le 19 septembre dernier, un grand guitariste/songwriter/producteur qui a principalement travaillé pour la Motown pendant les années 70. Il a aussi réalisé les bandes originales de deux classiques des films de blaxploitation, "The Mack" et "Foxy Brown". Qu'il repose en paix.

In memory of Willie Hutch who died sept 19, a great guitarist/songwriter/producer who worked mainly for Motown during the 70's. He also did the soundtrack of two classic blaxploitation movies, "The Mack" and "Foxy Brown". RIP

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Selected and mixed by Dj Loik (Kraked)
Artwork by Fourmy


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Tougou Tougou ·  04 October 2005, 13:01

Tout simplement mortel qu'en France y ait des zicos qui saluent l'âme d'un grand comme Willie Hutch. Keep funkadelizin'!

Monsieur Slip Monsieur Slip ·  07 October 2005, 15:30

D'accord avec Tougou.
Ca m'a tellement fait plaisir que j'en ai fait la promo sru le forum de
Yaurait moyen d'avoir un tracklist ou c'est secret défense ?

loik loik ·  09 October 2005, 11:10

je vous prepare le tracklisting pour la semaine prochaine

Monsieur Slip Monsieur Slip ·  12 October 2005, 04:06

Super, merci.
J'ai découvert ce site il y a 10 jours grâce à un lien sur et franchement, y a de la nourriture bien fraîche pour les oreilles !
COntinuez parce que vous êtes bons !

Djouls Djouls ·  22 October 2005, 20:56

Vu sur :
If you've had it with the present, check out Paris-based spinner DJ Loik's tribute to soul legend Willie Hutch (pictured), who died on Sept. 19 in Dallas. Hutch co-wrote songs with The Jackson 5 and other Motown artists, but his own work was beloved by DJs who made sampling the hypnotic intro from "Brothers Gonna Work It Out" (from Hutch's 1973 soundtrack to hustler classic The Mack) a rite of passage for producers from Dr. Dre to The Chemical Brothers. "In order for us to make this thing work," goes the speech, "we've got to get rid of the pimps and the pushers and the prostitutes, and start all over again clean." Yes, but which one is the RIAA?

shaft shaft ·  03 February 2006, 14:17

j adorais wille hutch
quelle voix magique

Thelma Narciso Thelma Narciso ·  27 December 2006, 22:45

Dear DJ Loik, I currently coordinating an event that is taking place Feb. 8, 2006 (Grammy AwardsWeek) in Los Angeles honoring Willie Hutch. It would be wonderful to get in contact with you and to be able to download your podcast featuring your "Tribute to Willie Hutch. Please contact me at All the best, Thelma Narciso

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