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"Variety is the spice of life". A new free download mix session of Afro House/Afro Deep/Soulful House sounds, compiled & mixed by Denis Guerrero. Sweet, soft and slow sounds, compiled with passion from love and taste for music that awakens the senses.
mojo frequencies - freitags ab 23 uhr - mojo club, hamburg, reeperbahn1: elektronisches aus mojo perspektive. eine nacht mit soulful experimenten diesseits und jenseits des vier-viertel-takts zwischen rhodes und 808. bass ist größer als genres.
"This Slumber Session mix gave me a great opportunity to make a playlist of something I would want to listen to when unwinding, or to just fall asleep to. I wanted it to be able to exist in the background, without focus, whilst at the same time having elements of detail and beauty scattered amongst the layers of sound unravelling as the mix progresses.In some ways you can think of it as a soundtrack to a dream. There are moments of calm flowing smoothly into more abstract sections. Textures build to go from sparse emotive landscapes to darker, brooding moments of tension. I wanted it to be dynamic, taking in a variety of styles and influences, whilst giving the listener a coherent experience and painting some interesting images in their minds.
This is a tribute to the greatest singer of all time..... Sam Cooke..... Jan 22, 1931- Dec 11, 1964........The songs featured here are the first and last songs of his career..... The first songs are gospel with the Soul Stirrers and the rest are his last recording sessions with RCA Records.
Here are some "cinemagic" grooves for you! The theme song for this compilation is by Ray Charles (at the piano) and Billy Preston as singer and dancer. It was taken from a video and closes this MAD-ley :-) The duet of James Brown with Mike Douglas (not to be mistaken with the actor) is from a TV-Show around 1970. In August 2001 I had the chance to give this and other TV-Clips to James Brown himself. He really loved it! A moment never to be forgotten! Also the J.B.'s under the direction of Fred Wesley are featured with an untitled movie only track. I simply called it "Down the road, down the line" as it is a car scene. A great little instrumental, that didn't make the 1973 "Slaughter Album". Enjoy!