Thursday, 31 January 2013
So here we are. 100 Volumes of our mixes that aim to highlight all thats new and soulful in Soul, Jazz, House, and Hip Hop. We aim to give as much credence to Independent's as we do big name, Major label artists. All that matters is the music. Here's hoping you've discovered something new over the past 100 volumes.
So, whats contained in the latest edition?
We kick off with two excellent ballads, from Tone Trezure and Tweet. Tweet gave us the slow jam of last year in "Trouble", and this is a new tune of her forthcoming release. I cant wait. There are other big names like Raheem Devaughn, Slum Village feat. Kameron Corvet, and the new release from the great Foreign Exchange who are realeasing 2 LP's this year. One a remix compilation, and their long awaited follow up to "Authenticity".
Then we have "Ones to watch" - Seravince, whose new LP you need to check out on their Bandcamp page; and the Endangered whose "Dollars" is another classy, soulful tune from them.
I'm back with an artists mix next week, I will leave you in Grizz's capable hands till then.
SoulNRnB's Street Sounds Sessions 100
Sunday, 27 January 2013
We start the 10 with a classic from Richard Tee which I had on an old 80's Bitter Suite jazzfunk comp LP, features keyboard maestro Charles Earland, some european jazz from Urzula Dudziak, violinist Micheal White gives us a nugget that only the quickest feet could keep up with, next a couple of South American gems including Airto, Willi Bobo covers the Crusaders, a japjazz classic from Ryo Kawasaki, and finishes with a Kashif stepper from the noughties!
Mr S up next and I'll catch you next week with some more musical gold from way back when.
Tracklist in comments.
Thursday, 24 January 2013
Where's the White Label Mix for January????
HERE: Ok, some hints.
1) Ultra rare Kanye Remix of a massive tune....
2) Unreleased hip hop with a Dilla connection....
3) Brand new music from a legend....
4) Japanese Rare Groove tune......
5) Definition of Blue Eyed Soul....
Can we get any more eclectic? If you've got an idea what the tunes are, or want to ask (You can try is all I can say lol) then hit us up on Twitter @SoulNRnB
Grizz back at the weekend with more hot music. Damn, were good at the Mixtape aren't we?????
SoulNRnB's White Label UNCHAINED!!!!!!!
Sunday, 20 January 2013
Morning Mixtapers! The snow is piled up against the back door and the thermometer says minus 3 but never fear, we have a bunch of good music to catch up on. Heres something from when Soul was in short pants- 60's Soul 17.
10 top tunes from the talent of the day, some of the highlights:- Starts with 'Hello Stranger' composer Barbara Lewis, includes the 'Entertainer' Tony Clarke, Paul Clifton gives us his tribute to the 'curvier' lady, rhythm n blues queen Big Maybelle gives us a version of an oft covered song, and finishes up with Ike Turners backing singers doing their own thing.
Hopefully wed've defrosted a bit on the blog by next week, catch you soon.
Tracklist in comments
Thursday, 17 January 2013
Almost hit the Century when it comes to these mixes. Hopefully theyre still as strong and interesting now as they were when we started them!
More of an R&B bent to this mix which features big names like Cover star Justin Timberlake who has enlisted both Timberland and Jay Z for his comeback single; Destiny Child, due to release a best of CD, release a previously unheard Neptune's produced tune; Hip-Hop wise, Busta and Q-Tip wax lyrical on a Janet Jackson beat.....ABOUT Janet Jackson; PLUS the return of THE SYSTEM, whose new LP we've heard at the Mixtape and have got a least 4 tunes off it on rotation!!! Its GOOD.....
But then we've also got quality Jazz-Funk/Latin sounds with tunes from Glenn Underground and Lucus Arruda, a remix from Haitus Kaiyote plus much more.
Ill be back next week with an artist mix, meanwhile Grizz will keep you company at the weekend.
SoulNRnB's Street Sound Sessions 99
Sunday, 13 January 2013
Morning mixtapers and this week we have 2 old rare groove mixes for the price of 1. After Mr S Ktel mix and now heres my first Niceness mix of the new year- Volume 46.
Crammed full of old soul goodness we start off with a post Curtis Impressions track. Then a seriously funky Stevie Wonder tribute from Stevie Gray, includes a 70's Jackie Wilson track, Frankie Gee covers Eddie Kendricks, and completed with a Taste of Honey stepper plus 5 more top drawer rare groove tracks to check out.
Mr S has hopefully shook off the jet lag for his midweek mix and i'll return with something from the 60's.
Tracklist in comments
Thursday, 10 January 2013
70's Soul. Stings. Horns. Heartfelt vocals,midtempo rarities. Thats what this mix is all about.
Some great 70's tunes from the likes of Vernon Burch, Nancy Wilson, Apollo, Candi Staton and much more. Hopefully loads of tunes that you haven't checked out yet and will enjoy as much as I enjoyed selecting the tunes.
Keeping this one short as I've just got back from a holiday and am recovering from 2 delayed flights! Grizz back with you Sunday, see you next week.
SoulNRnB's This is SOUL
Sunday, 6 January 2013
Welcome to 2013 and as its a new year here's a New Funk mix- Volume 11, full of those good old funk sounds from new bands.
As if to show how global this sound is we have offerings from all round the world. We have the Netherlands- Soulsnatchers. From Germany Rachel & the Soul Criminals, a Northern Soul inspired Floorettes, and Soulstaff (although being a late 90's cut not technically that new!). Australia produce yet another quality funk band in Deep Street Soul. The USA gives us The Funk Ark and the always excellant Expressions. Last but not least our own UK has Funkshone, The Soul Immigrants and some disco-funk from Los Charlys Orchestra.
Mr S is back from his travels next week and I'll return in a rare groove vein.
The Floorettes- Witchcraft
Rachel & the Soul Criminals- Do your worst
Deep Street Soul- Hold on me
Soulstaff ft Fred Wesley- Set my soul free
The Soul Immigrants- The Ghetto
Los Charlys Orchestra- The Funk Inspector
The Funk ark- A blade won’t cut another blade
The Expressions- These moments
Thursday, 3 January 2013
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL!!
Part two of our continuing "Gems" Series and we're back to the 90's. Some absolute blinders including Angela Winbush's "Treat U Rite", British Contingent representing with the great Lewis Taylor, Kelly Le Roc and Conner Reeves, a rare remix of Jam & Lewis production for Angel Grant and.....hell, just look below:
1.Angela Winbush - Treat u rite
2.Lewis Taylor - Whoever
3.Angel Grant - Little Red Boat REMIX
4.Teddy Pendergrass - Believe in Love REMIX
5.Sam Salter - Your Face
6.Fyza - Poetical Love
7.Kelly Le Roc - My Love
8.Connor Reeves - Fathers Son
9.The Wootens - Tell me
Hope these tunes spark some nostalgia, see you next week with some more special music.
SoulNRnB's Gems - The 90's PART 2