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Soulist - Music For Home Cleaning



Soulist Music For Home Cleaning
Soulist - Music For Home Cleaning
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) What The Funk, 2006-09-29

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Tracklisting :
01. John Shaftman - Introduction
(from 'Introducing A Bad Mutha...' LP, 1971 / Funky Finger Records)
02. Gene Harris / The Three Sounds - Your Love Is Too Much
(from 'Gene Harris and The Three Sounds', 1971 / Blue Note Records)
03. Johnny King & The Fatback Band - Peace, Love Not War
(from 'Keep On Borther Keep On' 7 inch, 1969 / BC Project II
04. The Generation - I'm A Good Woman
(from 'Golden State Soul: San Francisco Dancers & Smooche' compilation, 2000 / Kent)
05. James Brown - I'm Not Demanding
(from 'It's A New Day - Let A Man Come In' album, 1970 / King Records)
06. Joe Williams - Get Out Of My Life Woman
(from 'Presenting Joe Williams with Thad Jones & The Mel Lewis Orchestra', 1966 / Capitol)
07. Junior Parker - Love Ain't Nothin But a Business Goin' On
(from 'Love Ain't Nothin But a Business Goin' On' album, 1974 / Groove Merchant) 08. Ike Turner presents The Family Vibes - Garbage Man
(from 'Confined To Soul' album, 1973 / United Artists)
09. Peter Moore Orchestra - Asteroids
(Pearl And Dean avertising theme tune, 1965, available on 'Funky Soundtracks Vol.1' compilation, 2003 / Sound Score Corporation)
10. Mary Wells - Satisfaction
(from 'Two sides of Mary Wells' album, 1966 / ATCO)
11. Astrud Gilberto - Beginnings
(from 'September 17, 1969' album, 1969 / Verve)

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Captain Détendu Captain Détendu ·  04 October 2006, 11:18

Mais quel est donc ce titre grandiose caché en fin de mix ? Mais qui sont ces choristes qui chantent la bouche pleine de purée mouchline ("Vamoche a danchar...") ?

Cela dit, cet excellent mix, outre ses propriétés nettoyantes, démontre magistralement que :
1) Astrud Gilberto chante mieux que Robert Lamm (et que Jim Morrison, cf. sa reprise de "Light My Fire" figurant dans ce même album)
2) Jamie Cullum n'est pas un si mauvais garnement, puisqu'il a eu le bon goût de sampler le big band de Thad Jones & Mel Lewis. Ce dernier n'étant pas le frère de Jerry Lewis, bien que Thad Jones soit le frère d'Elvin Jones, batteur bien connu des abatteurs de jazz. Mais ceci nous éloigne des musiques d'entretien ménager, sujet traité ici brillamment.



Funky Trev Funky Trev ·  19 October 2006, 15:41

This is the best site for the funkiest rarest grooves period. Loved these tunes, all tasteful,all funky all just perfect for dusting.......

More Afrobeat please ?


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