Posts Tagged ‘soul’

Song of the Day: Inc. “Swear”

Posted by: DJ Meistro
Apr 11, 2014

Like some lost Prince outtake, Inc. deliver a nice catchy slice of stripped down funky soul on “Swear.”

Song of the Day: Stevie Wonder “If You Really Love Me (JR.Dynamite Edit)”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Apr 01, 2014

Stevie Wonder’s 1971 pop-soul single, “If You Really Love Me,” gets a tasteful re-work by JR.Dynamite. A reminder that warm summer days are not too far off.

Song of the Day: GiBBZ “Again and Again”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Mar 13, 2014

“Again and Again” is a soulful slice of electronic pop from GiBBZ’ debut EP, Who Gibbz A F#@$.

Song of the Day: Bobby Bland “36-22-36″

Posted by: Neville C.
Jan 03, 2014

Bobby Bland was the man! Bland was out of Memphis and had a voice and style all his own, the perfect mix between blues and soul.

Song of the Day: Griz “Hard Times”

Posted by: DJ Jayclue
Dec 24, 2013
hard times web

“Hard Times” is a prime example out of Griz’s catalogue of tunes to showcase his soulful, hard-hitting sound. Love this one!

Song of the Day: United Four “Look at Her Now”

Posted by: DJ Nitekrawler
Dec 19, 2013
United Four

The United Four were Weldon Arthur McDougall’s group, formed for the purpose of recording on his Philly-based record label, Harthon Records. Check out my favorite ballad cut by the band!

Song of the Day: The Allergies “You Wouldn’t Know”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Nov 22, 2013

The Allergies are DJ/producers Rackabeat and DJ Moneyshot. Drawing on that sweet intersection of vintage funk, hip-hop and classic breaks, “You Wouldn’t Know” is funky as all get-out.

Song of The Day: Al Johnson “It’s Not Too Late To Start Again”

Posted by: DJ Nitekrawler
Oct 30, 2013

DC musician Al Johnson was one of the best multi-talented musical artists that ever entered a studio.

Song of the Day: Laura Mvula “Green Garden”

Posted by: KC Higgins
Oct 21, 2013
Laura Mvula

Laura Mvula’s “Green Garden” is a fresh neo-soul gem from the UK.

Song of the Day: Carl Carlton “I Can Feel It”

Posted by: DJ Nitekrawler
Sep 26, 2013

My all time favorite single on the Back Beat label has to be Carl Carlton’s “I Can Feel It.”

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