Lyn Collins “Think” cover. Superfunky post disco 80’s boogie heat! Probably one of my favourite edits I’ve made to date. Strictly for the dancefloor with
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Can’t wait for this one, Louie and I have been trying to line up a session together for ages some now… No musical boundaries this saturday…. reggae, disco, hip hop, jazz, classic (all the good shit!)….expect the whole kit n kaboodle with some back-2-back fun.
This Saturday! DJs Cman & Headnod throw down a funk disco hip hop oldskool RnB jam from 8pm. Get in early for your fix of Pizzas, Burgers & our new Southern Chicken Baskets of goodness! Doors open 4pm with Happy Hours 5-7pm #CafeLounge #SurryHills
Check out my man Louie Headnod on mixcloud, he’s got some insane mixes up
Whaaow Straight Fire! Just caught a listen to this upcoming release next month on BBE on Paris Groovescooter‘s Jumping the Gap Radio Show. Def keep your eyes out for this one! Sizzlin’ afro funk caribbean flavours from RIM KWAKU OBENG.
Catch Paris’ radio show each Wednesday from 12pm to 2pm on 2ser FM – Real Radio.
Rare as lips on a chicken, the private-press LPs of Ghanaian funkster RIM KWAKU OBENG are previewed today on JTG in anticipation of their re-issues next month on the mighty BBE Music label. From Afro-funk to Caribbean influences we’ll mix up selections from all 3 albums for the first hour. After that we could go anywhere and probably will, but I do have a new Craig Cman Oopsup-Sideyahead /JR.Dynamite Edits packed, as well as fresh Ron Basejam /Andy YamWho, Ashley Beedle & Luther V, + Donna Washington reckons “you can’t hide from the boogie”. Too true. After the midday news + funking till 2pm on 2ser FM – Real Radio.
Without a doubt one of my favourite Curtis songs, not just cause it’s such a brilliant, uplifting track but also because of it’s importance in history.
This track was one was of many inspiring soundtracks in the 60’s leading and empowering black people on social/political consciousness and equality through the civil rights movement era. During this time, artists had to tread carefully by being more creative in their lyrics rather than directly straight shoot the social inequalities at the time (or it simply wouldn’t be played by radio stations). Artists such as Marvin Gaye, Curtis, James Brown and many others took a positive approach towards black pride, and the revolution cause, but their message was clear.
I didn’t want to mess with edit too much (outta respect), but damn – 2:20 mins is just not long enough!
Hope you dig it, check it out below – Free Download.
Tonight I’ll be spinning all things soul, funk, hip hop and disco from 5:30pm at Chelsea Hotel.
Of course, I’ll be making my way through all the gems on the That’s Not An Edit Vol.3 released 3 days ago!
Come catch a bite or bev and listen to some good choonz!
JR.DYNAMITE & DJ CMAN – TRAVELLIN’ (Pack Your Bags Edit)
I’ve purchased a number of the London based Funk Fusion albums and compilations in the past. Definitely some awesome funk and mash-up based dancefloor heat in their catalogue, comprising of various DJ/Producers around the globe. Well worth a listen or purchase! Peep it!
CRAIG T. WILSON – Sydney based DJ / PRODUCER ★★★ SOUL | FUNK | HIP HOP | JAZZ | DISCO | LATIN | AFRO | TROPICAL | R&B | SOULFUL HOUSE | SWING | JUMP BLUES | LOUNGE | MASH-UPS | PARTY JAMS ★★★