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Loik - Norman Is The One!



Norman Is The One
Loik - Norman Is The One!
(MP3 Podcast on www.parisdjs.com) Kraked, 2008-10-05

A tribute to Norman Whitfield :
In the past, you might have stumbled upon on of our summer mixes, cooked by one of our DJs, called... Norfield Whitman. As most of us here in the Paris DJs crew, he's just another NORMAN WHITFIELD passionate. As a frequent reader of this blog, you probably already know about the man. Norman Whitfield is a giant in our books, a legend of Psychedelic Soul, one of the most talented songwriters, producers and arrangers of all time. Nuff' said. R.I.P. Norman, you're the one!
>> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Whitfield

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Tracklisting :
01. The Temptations - Hum Along & Dance
(from 'Psychedelic Shack' album, 1970 / Motown)
02. The Undisputed Truth - You Make Your Own Heaven and Hell Right Here...
(from 'Face To Face With The Truth' album, 1972 / Gordy)
03. Yvonne Fair - Funky Music Sho Nuff Turns Me On
(from'The Bitch Is Black' album, 1975 / Motown)
04. Gladys Knight & The Pips - Friendship Train
(from 'Anthology' compilation, 1973 Motown)
05. The Undisputed Truth - UFO'S
(from 'Cosmic Truth' album, 1975 / Gordy)
06. Rose Royce - Do It, Do It
(from 'Rose Royce Strikes Again' album, 1978 / Whitfield Records)
07. The Temptations - Let Your Hair Down
(from '1990' album, 1973 / Motown)
08. Yvonne Fair - It Should Have Been Me
(from'The Bitch Is Black' album, 1975 / Motown)

Original record covers :


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Credits :
Layout artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)
Photo borrowed from inside artwork of The Temptations 'Solid Rock' LP
Selected and mixed and mastered by Loik (kraked.com)
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Mike Mike ·  07 October 2008, 05:56

Help! This is "Paris DJs mix #131", the last I was able to access was "Paris DJs mix #123". Where are the others? Did I miss something?? Are 124...130 not 4 public???

I just ask as your work is a window to the world of music I like. 10 or more years ago the Swiss radio station Couleur3 played music from Africa and South America the whole sunday. Paris DJs filled the gap.

Best,
Mike

Djouls Djouls ·  07 October 2008, 07:52

Hey Mike you're right in the numbers. Sorry I can't put them all online at the moment... some technical diifculties, redesigning the websites, finishing 3 new Grant Phabao albums... lots of stuff going on here. Keep coming back anyway we have lots of cool stuff in the bags!


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