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waxandmilk:

SUMMER JAMZ: VOL. 3

Tracklist:

  1. Dove Shack - Summertime in the LBC
  2. Too $hort - Just Another Day
  3. 2Pac - I Get Around
  4. Souls of Mischief - ‘93 Til Infinity
  5. Odd Squad - Here To Say A Lil Somethin’
  6. Yo-Yo - What Can I Do (feat. Ice Cube)
  7. Nikki D - Sunny Daze
  8. Lady B - To The Beat Y’all
  9. Zhane - Hey Mr. DJ
  10. MF DOOM - Doomsday (feat. Pebbles the Invisible Girl)
  11. Outkast - Wheelz of Steel
  12. Gang Starr - Ex Girl To Next Girl
  13. A Tribe Called Quest - Bonita Applebum (Hootie Mix)
  14. Jungle Brothers - On The Road Again (Q-Tip Remix) (feat. Q-Tip)
  15. De La Soul - Pass The Plugs
  16. EPMD - Please Listen To My Demo
  17. Ghostface Killah - Killa Lipstick (feat. Method Man)
  18. SWV - Anything (Old Skool Remix) (feat. ODB, Method Man, & U-God)
  19. SWV - Right Here (Human Nature Remix) (Edit)
  20. The World’s Famous Supreme Team - Hey DJ
  21. Bernard Wright - Who Do You Love?
  22. LL Cool J - Loungin’ (Remix) (feat. Total)
  23. Digable Planets - Blowing Down
  24. Camp Lo - Coolie High (Demo)
  25. Camp Lo - Coolie High
  26. The Pharcyde - She Said (Mike Caren Remix)
  27. Jade - Don’t Walk Away
  28. Aaliyah - Down With The Clique
  29. Da Brat - Give It 2 You
  30. Warren G - Smokin’ Me Out (feat. Ron Isley)
  31. Master P - Smoking Green (feat. Mo B. Dick)
  32. Dr. Dre - Let Me Ride (Remix) (feat. George Clinton, Daz, & Snoop Dogg)

Hey I put together this (mostly) 90s summer rap mix. Enjoy!

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See also: SUMMER JAMZ: Vol. 1 / SUMMER JAMZ: Vol. 2

Masta Ace & DOOM

britticisms:

A Collection of Today’s Excellent Valentine’s Day Mixes:

(Let me know if there are any that I missed!)

Photograph by Yana Toyber

Hudson Mohawke’s always excellent Valentine’s mix is back for the fifth time.

Free download only at: http://thisisluckyme.com


cameronr:

Stones Throw has partnered with Drip.fm to launch the Stones Throw Digital Discography, a subscription music service where we share every new Stones Throw release, delivered right to your inbox. Members get every new Stones Throw album, single and EP as they are released, select music from the catalog, and exclusive advance material. The subscription price is $10 a month. (via Announcing: Stones Throw Digital Discography | Stones Throw Records)

I’ve been recommending this model for yeeeeeeeeaaaarssssss!

This really makes sense, particularly for labels Stones Throw where, at least in my experience, one artist on board tends to lead you to another.

waxandmilk:

SUMMER JAMZ: VOLUME TWO

Tracklist:

  1. Sandlot (Intro)
  2. Jonathan Richman - That Summer Feeling
  3. The Velvet Underground - Countess From Hong Kong (Demo)
  4. Harry Nilsson - I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City
  5. Joao Gilberto, Caetano Veloso & Gilberto Gil - Disse Alguem (All of Me)
  6. Talking Heads - Totally Nude
  7. Daryl Hall & John Oates - I Can’t Go for That
  8. Air France - Beach Party
  9. Plastilina Mosh - I’ve Got That Milton Pacheco Kinda’ Feeling
  10. Claudia - Deixa Eu Dizer
  11. Stereolab - Caleidoscopic Gaze
  12. Os Mutantes - Premier Bonheur du Jour
  13. Chantal Goya - Tu M’as Trop Menti
  14. The Zombies - You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me/Bring It On Home
  15. Bob Dylan - Even A Tomato
  16. Margo Guryan - Sunday Morning
  17. Steely Dan - The Fez
  18. Steely Dan - Peg
  19. Stephen Bishop - Save It For A Rainy Day
  20. Chicago - Beginnings
  21. The Beach Boys - Sail On, Sailor
  22. Sandlot (outro)

The first volume was more soul/funk/jazz and this one is a bit more 70’s with some tropicalia and Brazilian vibes. And a double shot of Steely Dan just because.

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waxandmilk:

SUMMER JAMZ: VOLUME ONE

Tracklist:

  1. Meatballs (Intro)
  2. Louis Armstrong - Melancholy Blues
  3. Sam Cooke - The Coffee Song
  4. Nina Simone - Stompin’ at the Savoy
  5. The Harptones - Life Is But A Dream
  6. The Rhythm Rockers - Garbage Cans
  7. Stevie Wonder - Grazing in the Grass
  8. Mulatu Astatke and his Ethiopian Quintet - The Panther (boogaloo)
  9. Fela Kuti - Lady
  10. The Funk Brothers - Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
  11. Willie Mitchell - Groovin’
  12. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - 007 (Shanty Town)
  13. Johnny Nash - Guava Jelly
  14. The Spinners - Could It Be I’m Falling In Love
  15. Smokey Robinson - Being With You
  16. Patrice Rushen - Remind Me
  17. Charles Kynard - Summer Breeze
  18. Bobbi Humphrey - Harlem River Drive
  19. Donald Byrd - Places and Spaces
  20. Lee Fields & The Expressions - Ladies
  21. The Isley Brothers - Summer Breeze
  22. Meatballs (Outro)

Finally got around to compiling a summer jamz playlist/mix. I had to break it up into two different volumes so here is the first one.

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hellhoundonmytrail:

Robert Johnson: The Complete 42 Recordings in Chronological Order

The eight songs recorded on the first day of his first recording session, Monday, November 23, 1936, in room 414 of the Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.

“Kind Hearted Woman Blues”

“Kind Hearted Woman Blues (alternate take)”

“I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom”

“Sweet Home Chicago”

“Ramblin’ On My Mind”

“Ramblin’ On My Mind (alternate take)”

“When You Got a Good Friend”

“When You Got a Good Friend (alternate take)”

“Come On In My Kitchen”

“Come On In My Kitchen (alternate take)”

“Terraplane Blues”

“Phonograph Blues”

 “Phonograph Blues (alternate take)”

The one and only song recorded on the second day of his first recording session, Thursday, November 26, 1936, in room 414 of the Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.

“32-20 Blues”

The seven songs recorded on the third day of his first recording session, Friday, November 27, 1936, in room 414 of the Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.

“They’re Red Hot”

“Dead Shrimp Blues”

“Cross Road Blues”

“Cross Road Blues (alternate take)

“Walking Blues”

“Last Fair Deal Gone Down”

“Preaching Blues”

“If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day”

The three songs recorded on the first day of his last recording session, Saturday, June 19, 1937 in a makeshift studio at the Brunswick Record Building, 508 Park Avenue, in Dallas, Texas. 

“Stones in My Passway”

“I’m a Steady Rollin’ Man”

“From Four Until Late”

The ten songs recorded on the second day of his last recording session, Sunday, June 20, 1937, in a makeshift studio at the Brunswick Record Building, 508 Park Avenue, in Dallas, Texas.

“Hellhound On My Trail”

“Little Queen of Spades”

“Little Queen of Spades (alternate take)”

“Malted Milk”

“Drunken Hearted Man”

“Drunken Hearted Man (alternate take)”

“Me And The Devil Blues”

“Me And The Devil Blues (alternate take)”

“Stop Breakin’ Down Blues”

“Stop Breakin’ Down Blues (alternate take)”

“Traveling Riverside Blues”

Traveling Riverside Blues (alternate take)”

“Honeymoon Blues”

“Love In Vain”

“Love In Vain (alternate take)”

“Milkcow’s Calf Blues”

“Milkcow’s Calf Blues (alternate take)”

(via waxandmilk)

"Songs from the show Treme. Nothing else.”

Mos Def - “Roses” (featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow)

I’ve had The Ecstatic for a minute but for whatever reason this song is just now hitting me. I’ve listened to it like five times today.

Yesterdays New Quintet - “Funshine”

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