Merry Christmas sample spotters, here’s another one-hour dusting-off of rare funky vinyl from the 60’s through to the naughties. Watch out for Amen Brother, the king of the breaks! Continue reading
Origins 6 continues the delve into the dusty record boxes of the 60s and 70s to pay a funky tribute to the forefathers of hiphop, house and acid jazz. Fellow cavemen, get your sample spotter hats on!
Rrrrrright on! Continue reading
One hour of bat shit crazy funk because..George Clinton. Nothing left to say except play it loud! Continue reading
For those that like to chill vintage style. Over an hour of classic soul and funk sofa tunes from the 70s. The first track says it all! Continue reading
House music wouldn’t be what it is today without funk and soul from the 70s. Put your hands together for the originators! Continue reading
In the late seventies and early eighties it was modern soul busy laying the foundations of house music. Disco was supposedly dead by then, but it wasn’t in the slightest. It was simmering away in the underground ready to come back with a huge electronic bang as “House Music” from the Warehouse Club, Chicago in the mid eighties, heavily influenced by the style of music in this collection.
It was a time of Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, cassette tapes, ghetto blasters and the legendary UK soul weekender. If you were there, you’re going to love this!
Another look into the early roots of House Music, this time original unmixed versions of pioneering soul, funk and disco tracks from the mid 70’s to the very early 80’s. Continue reading
“A mint collection of original 1970’s soul, funk and disco classics from the pioneers of House Music.” Continue reading
Classic 70s funk and disco from artists such as Patti LaBelle, Robert Palmer, Ashford & Simpson and Gwen McCrae meet laid-back 21st century deep house beats like the excellent Miguel Migs & Lisa Shaw’s Waterfall in this, the 4th Lazy Groove low-tempo mix from johnkeyworth.com. Continue reading
Songs from the big Chair is one of my most favourite albums EVER.
This is just a quick mashup of the classic track “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” and a beautiful vocal “Dub Be Good To Me”.
“Can U dance to my beat?”