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OSW: The Lynneluvah Mix

Just last week, it took me a while to try to come up with a title, which got bestowed
upon Will. Well, little did I know that there were not one, not two, but three
birthdays on that same day: Lynne,
KB, and Will.
Well, it’s time for me to make up for one of them now. To one of the coolest women
you would ever want to meet. This one’s for you, Lynne.

School Wednesday: The Lynneluvah Mix.

01 – Lalah Hathaway – Heaven Knows.
02 – The Stylistics – People Make the World Go Round (Full Version).
03 – The Crusaders – Streetlife (Complete Version).
04 – Gap Band – Yearning For Your Love.
05 – Slave – Just a Touch of Love.
06 – D Train – Walk on By.
07 – Chaka Khan – Clouds.
08 – Yarbrough & Peoples – Don’t Stop the Music.
09 – Change – The Glow Of Love.
10 – Nu Shooz – I Can’t Wait [Dance Mix].
11 – Teena Marie – I Need Your Lovin’.
12 – Lisa Stansfield – All Around The World.
13 – Evelyn Champagne King – Betcha She Don’t Love You.
14 – Expose – Let Me Be The One.
15 – Aurra – Make up Your Mind (Extended Version).
16 – Loose Ends – Slow Down.
17 – Five Star – Let Me Be The One (Extended Version).

Oh, but wait. There’s more. You don’t think we would have forgotten about
my man, KB, would you? No, not
the KC’er. Hop on over here to Nasty
‘s for yet
another belated birthday mix
. These two should keep you busy for more than
a little while. Happy belated birthday, Lynne and KB!

23 Responses “OSW: The Lynneluvah Mix”

  1. 24 August 2005 at 00:47

    This is a very hot mix of music. I am playing now and I will definitely be playing it at work tomorrow. Nobody hardly plays the extended version of Randy Crawford’s “Streetlife” plus some folks think Lalah was the first to do it. Thanks for it including it and all the other great songs.

  2. Qamar
    24 August 2005 at 06:40

    Cool mix. Nice to hear Starleana Young featured on two tracks: Slave’s “Just a Touch of Love” and Aurra’s “Make Up Your Mind.” Plus Nu Shooz’s Valerie Day sounds like she was influenced by Miss Young on “I Can’t Wait.” But I’m getting a special kick out of “Let Me Be the One”… used to love that first album of theirs!

  3. 24 August 2005 at 07:02

    ACCCKKK I love this mix. Love, love, love it. And I won’t post 3 comments this time. I LOOOOOOVE ANYTHING Steve Arrington related, so Slave… PERFECTION.
    Umm… I thought you didn’t love me anymore. *sniffle* so thank you for stopping in. CALL ME AT WORK (if you still have the number)!!! =)

  4. 24 August 2005 at 09:14

    Hotdamn, you took me back to days of running through the dust in Louisiana with these. I can close my eyes and remember the tar bubbling on the street, as the sounds of “Don’t Stop the Music” stream outta the window.
    This gets heavy rotation today!

  5. 24 August 2005 at 09:58

    You get props for no other reason than including the complete version of “Street Life!” That takes me back to hanging out with my cousin. We used to be playing, wildin out until his father threw on that song. We would just stop in our tracks and just listen. Man, Randy Crawford at her best…
    Also that Yarbrough & Peoples joint was the first 12″ single my little 10 year old butt ever purchased with my allowance!

  6. Godizus
    24 August 2005 at 10:29

    EJ strikes again!!Whoo…HOT mix, man! Thanks especially for the Streetlife…brings back some good ol’ memories…..this will HAVE to be a good day!

  7. 24 August 2005 at 10:37

    Another winner!! Lawd, that was the only Five Star track that I liked.

  8. 24 August 2005 at 11:45

    LOVE LOVE LOVE me some Lalah Hathaway!!! And especially THAT song! This will be on repeat all.day.long.
    *pounds, pounds*

  9. 24 August 2005 at 11:52

    thank you – anything that takes me away from Young Jeezy is a ‘ OK – especially since this music takes me back to my youth – got damn! Loose Ends – Slow Down.Change – The Glow Of Love. Chaka Khan – Clouds.

  10. 24 August 2005 at 13:33

    Dang EJ! I’m going to start calling you “My Human Ipod”. You keep me coming back for more.

  11. 24 August 2005 at 13:39

    yes! yeeeeeeeeeeeeees!!!

  12. EyeGetzRaw
    24 August 2005 at 14:27

    great mix…hearing Street Life just gave me a new perspective on Leela James, who I’d been comparing to Gwen McCrae (Funky Sensation)…definetely hear a little Randy Crawford in her as well.

  13. 24 August 2005 at 14:41

    Any mix with D Train is definitely worth listening to.

  14. 24 August 2005 at 16:36

    OK I’m burning a copy for the car…love the way you organized the list…I won’t even specify…but Streetlife? I see I’m not the only one who can listen to it for more than 6 minutes LOL

  15. 24 August 2005 at 19:16

    Chaka Khan.
    *RPM collapses on floor*
    Her song, “Love Me Still.” (I have a secret to tell you about this song – but will preserve it for IM – hollerate)

  16. 24 August 2005 at 23:48

    Oh no…you dug waaaaaay back to Yarbrough and Peoples Don’t Stop the Music. I always hated that muppet song, but The Crusaders…wow, now that brings back fond memories.

  17. 25 August 2005 at 11:10

    Chaka Khan to Nu Shooz..what a mix! *packing you with ice* Cool down, you burnin us up, LOL

  18. 25 August 2005 at 14:43

    Hey you have been over here since ahem last night I just had to say hi.

  19. 25 August 2005 at 19:22

    Yeah I’m feeling this mix man. You know loose ends is the shit.
    1 luv

  20. 25 August 2005 at 22:31

    Whoa, this is so cool. I can’t choose between The Crusaders or Chaka. I’ll have both, lol.

  21. 26 August 2005 at 20:47

    Awwwwww! That’s so sweet, honey … *yearns for 1200s!*

  22. 30 August 2005 at 01:40

    i’m feeling this mix…. bringing back some memories

  23. 30 August 2005 at 10:01


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