Leon Ware – Musical Massage

Greetings to all soulful people and universal minds, Summer is finally here and I’ve been saving some quality classic summertime soul to provide them soular rays for your inspiration. Album: Leon Ware – Musical massage Label: Motown Year: 1976 Usually when this season kicks off you’ll find me digging out the Isley Brothers albums (obvious […]

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Jamirosiffre…

Greetings people, keeping it short today, busy working on a new track for my next project but I just remembered something I wanted to share with you… Basically Jamiroquai are most definitely one of my favourite bands of the last 20 years, at least where their first album ‘Emergency on planet earth is concerned anyway, […]

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On this weeks news that Pharrell & some Rick Astley looking clown called Robin Thicke have been sued by Marvin Gaye’s estate for plagiarism for their track ‘Blurred lines’ which even to an untrained ear is a total rip off of Marvin’s 1977 classic ‘Got to give it up’.But this really isn’t nothing new, people […]

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Foundations..

The South Bronx Puerto Rican street gang/ community peacekeepers and musicians ‘The ghetto brothers’ were solely responsible for inciting the peace meeting of all the neighborhood gangs of New York such as The Savage Skulls, Savage Nomads and ‘The Black Spades’ of which the Godfather of hip hop Afrika Bambaataa held the title of ‘Warlord’ and later […]

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Ghetto misfortune’s wealth

If you’re as fanatical about soulful music as me, in particular from the 70’s, then there’s certain albums you unquestionably need to have in your collection and this weeks album.is an absolute masterpiece thatr may have escaped your attention. Artist: The 24 carat black Album: Ghetto:Misfortune’s wealth Genre: Soul/Funk Label: Stax Year: 1973 ‘Ghetto:Misfortune’s wealth’ is […]

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