Ones in a million to truely love soul music & all black musics. And Like a temple guard, years by years, by trying to find the perfect loop, we achieved a awesome collection of sounds & tracks. Now we offer you the opportunity to listen to selected ones, our favorites, from the greatest to the undiscovered. Our greatest hope is that you'll enjoy the Food 4 Your Soul series.
FOOD 4 YOUR SOUL : Volume 7 : Out of the blue ! a rapid review of the finest
It's all about music heritage... The revue of it all is quiet huge, so go slowly, step by step to discover every aspect of the rare groove. This new episode is based on the Blue Note Records'sound. The amazing one, that truely change the face of jazz during mid 60's to the early 70's, takin' his inpiration around the typical jazzy break drums & this sweet touch of organ mood.
Parlons d'héritage musical... Une retrospective globale et détaillée serait un travail de titan, alors allons y doucement, pas a pas afin de découvrir tous les aspects du rare groove. Ce nouvel épisode vous propose de redécouvrir le son du mythique label jazz Blue Note, celui qui a changé la face du jazz durant les années 60 et 70, cette base de beat jazzy avec ses touches d'orgues mood. Une revue rapide au travers d'artistes qui n'étaient pas forcément signés par le label lui-meme mais dont l'influence de ce dernier est indéniable.
FOOD 4 YOUR SOUL - Volume 6 : Funkatizin' your jazz
As Rakim said : "it's been a long time". Awakening for a new year, a new serie of your favorite podcast. This volume is based on the mix of the jazz & funk that get a major exposition in the middle of the 70's. Let's get a listen...
THE SCORE :
1 - GOLDEN MUSIC ORCHESTRA - African Honeymoon
2 - FREDDIE HUBBARD - People make the world go round
3 - BILLY COBHAM - Red baron
4 - OHIO PLAYERS - Pride & vanity
5 - BERNARD WRIGHT - Spinnin'
6 - GONG - Shamal
7 - HARLEM UNDERGROUND BAND - Smokin' cheeba cheeba
8 - THE FATBACK BAND - Let the drum speak
9 - BT EXPRESS - Give up the funk
10 - DEXTER WANSEL - Life on mars
11 - FRED WESLEY & THE JB'S - Blow your head
12 - IDRIS MUHAMMAD - Could heaven ever be like this
13 - TRAVOR BIGGS - Tibetian serenity
FOOD 4 YOUR SOUL - Volume 5 : Free yourself on the dancefloor
Hope you had all a greatful summer with a lot of moments & emotions to keep in your own mind. Now, summer is on his ending & the Soulvation staff is back for a new episode of the Food 4 Your Soul series. This one wants to keep you in a travel at the beginning of the 80's. Funk is heavy, but disco is on the mainstream to blow the planet worldwide. This selection wants to keep you in the right middle, just before disco funk became too commercial, and funk was muting to another age of his history. The hardiest was the selection, cause there's a lot of stuff in this period & if we would keep all tunes from this age, that should make 5 or 10 voumes. So we kept focusing on the most grooviest, on the thin line between funk & disco, the thin line where they all mix together... Hope you'll enjoy. Stay tuned for the good tunes...
THE SCORE :
TAVARES - The hustle
ROSE ROYCE - Do your dance
INSTANT FUNK - I got my mind made up
SILVER CONVENTION - Fly robin fly
THE TRAMMPS - Can we come together
CARRIE LUCAS - Dance with me
CAROLE WILLIAMS - Love is you
EVELYN CHAMPAGNE KING - I don't know if it's right
CHIC - Everybody dance
JACKIE MOORE - This time baby
DIANA ROSS - The boss
FRANCE JOLIE - Come to me
DONNA SUMMER - Heaven knows
FOOD 4 YOUR SOUL - Volume 4 : Once upon a time there was voices
A volume dedicated to all the greatest voices of all times in & some of the deeper songs ever made in soul music. Keep it mellow, light a candle, drink some french wine and here it is.
THE SCORE :
TEDDY PENDERGRASS - Close the door
AL GREEN - If loving you is wrong
BARBARA MANDRELL - Woman to woman
WILLIAM DeVAUGHN - Be thankful for what you've got
BILLY PAUL - Let's make a baby
THE ISLEY BROTHERS - Footsteps in the dark
LEON WARE - Small café
MARVIN GAYE - Falling in love again
CURTIS MAYFIELD - No thing on me (cocaine song)
ELOISE LAWS - This is your life
ISAAC HAYES - Black Moses
BILL WITHERS - Grandma's hands
MILLIE JACKSON - A child of God
LAMONT DOZIER - Rose
FREDA PAYNE - I get high
SMOCKEY ROBINSON - Quiet storm
ESTHER PHILLIPS - From a whisper to a scream
STEVIE WONDER - Pastime paradise
EDDIE KENDRICKS - Intimate friends
TERRY CALLIER - What color is love
Upcoming on june 12th
FOOD 4 YOUR SOUL - Volume 3 : From a decade to another (Part 1)
From the mid 70's and the starting of the Bloc parties with Kooj DJ Herc to the beginning of the 80's with the Roxy's hottest parties in NY, after the soul & before disco, a few days before Djing was born, & Hip Hop was rising, the beginning of a new musical era. Discover what made young peoples move on the dancefloor...
THE SCORE :
Booker T & the MG'S "Meltin' Pot"
Babe Ruth "The mexican"
James Brown "Get on the good foot"
Maceo & The Macks "Soul power"
Billy Squier "Big Beat" (Skit)
Dennis Coffey "Scorpio"
Incredible bongo band "Apache"
Jimmy Castor Bunch "It's just begun"
Dazz Band "Brick"
7th Wonder "Daisy Lady"
Cameo "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll"
Jackson 5 "Hum along and dance"
Blowfly "Sesame Street"
Herman Kelly "Dance to the drummer beat"
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FOOD 4 YOUR SOUL - Volume 2 : In quest of the beats
Second part : in the quest of the beats takes you in the kingdom of the funky beat, land of the bassline. STAY TUNED & ENJOY !!
THE SCORE :
LES BAXTER "Hogin machine"
KOOL & THE GANG "Who's gonna take the weight"
BILLY BROOKS "Fourty days"
CYMANDE "Brother on the slide"
CREATIVE SOURCE "Migration"
JACO PASTORIUS "Come on come over"
MANDRILL "Wind on horseback"
MANU DIBANGO "Weya"
WELDON IRVINE "We gettin down"
OLYMPICS RUNNERS "Put the music where your mouth is"
THE WHOLE DARN FAMILY "7 minutes of funk"
REUBEN WILSON "Got to get your own"
THE COUNTS "Thinking single"
LAFAYETTE AFRO ROCK BAND "Darkest light"
If I could I would give you a Tony bravo bravo.. Love it plsss keep it comeing! I have told all my friends+ keep up the great sounds :-)
Elk Grove Village IL
mad style on volume 7
Yo Sol Brova, diggin' volume 7. keep them comin'
Hey bruh good stuff. I was looking for a podcast I threw up on iTunes, and I slipped upon your stuff. Much love man and thanks for keeping that soulful feel alive, dig?