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DK & Strictly Kev Solid Steel (Tribute to James Brown mix)

The past Solid Steel show "Tribute To James Brown" is a holy grail mix, as old classics like the Steinski, Herbie Hancock, Kraftwerk interviews, etc.
But this one is more special and you know why, download the mix, enjoy it a lot now, but REMEMBER:

Each 25th of December of your life, put that mix in your home or in your family house or in da car or get a boombox and down to the street, show the JB music, please do it.

Rest/Respect In Peace James Brown

Download the mix from the BosBos Blog. Thanks compadre.

Mafia El Gato

Solid Steel info:
This week (12th January) we here at Solid Steel pay our own tribute to James Brown, the godfather of Soul, a man who has influenced a whole generation of artists, DJ's and music lovers alike. DK drops a few gems from his massive back catalogue including King Heroin, Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose, Talkin Loud And Sayin Nothing and The Payback. There's also a left turn into some of the numerous tracks that have sampled the great man with Gangstarr, Nas and Brand Nubian getting the nod amongst others. At the top of the second hour Strictly Kev steps up with some neatly selected cover versions and spoken word in homage to Soul Brother No.1. Finally DK completes the show with some more truly great JB moments including the full length version of Funky Drummer and his awesome version of Sunny. RIP James Brown.


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DJHDD DJHDD ·  02 February 2007, 02:23

Bugger I missed it

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