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OSW: Out Of Thin Air, Volume 6


I’m up late dropping this, but let me get this out as I try not to fall asleep.

Old School Wednesday: Out Of Thin Air, Volume VI.

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Podcast/mix available here. [Click to play or right click-save as to download.]
Podcast coming soon.

01 – Nu Shooz – I Can’t Wait
02 – Jody Watley – Don’t You Want Me
03 – Sybil – Falling In Love
04 – Portrait – Commitment
05 – Aurra – Are You Single?
06 – Vanessa Williams f/ Brian McKnight – You Gotta Go
07 – Michael Cooper – Gotta Get You Undressed
08 – Change – The Glow Of Love
09 – SOS Band – High Hopes
10 – Joe Jackson – You Can’t Get What You Want (’til You Know What You Want)
11 – Boz Scaggs – Miss Sun
12 – Steely Dan – Deacon Blues
13 – Tevin Campbell – Alone With You
14 – Slam/Slam Feat. Dee C. Lee – Giving It Up

This is all good stuff here. I’m loving all these cuts, especially Vanessa and Michael, Portrait, Steely Dan, and Slam/Slam.

Take it light.

6 Responses “OSW: Out Of Thin Air, Volume 6”

  1. Rob
    24 January 2007 at 11:01

    That’s Brian McKnight with Vanessa Williams on You Gotta Go, isn’t it?

  2. 24 January 2007 at 11:29

    You know how sometimes a song just “grabs” you and won’t let you go? Today’s OSW is like that for me. While I enjoy all of EJ’s OSWs and eagerly anticipate Wednesday mornings for the next new installment, this set of tunes has such a nice flow to it that I can easily see that I’ll be listening to this particular mix for many, many weeks to come! And a special “thank you” to ‘The Dr.’ as I like to call him sometimes for including my all-time favorite Steely Dan cut, Deacon Blues, in the mix.

  3. 24 January 2007 at 15:54

    EJ, you must have been reading my mind. I was going to post that Tevin Campbell song for my Throwback Thursday song of the day.

  4. Thiermo
    25 January 2007 at 14:04

    Thank you for that Tevin cut. It’s my fav. song by him. This track, and a few others on that album, were good examples of Al B. Sure’s producing/ writing skills, too bad it didn’t last very long.
    EJ, thank you, as always, for doing such a good job.
    Peace

  5. karen
    12 March 2007 at 16:46

    soory not 97 it was 87 iwas 14 yrs old

  6. No_id
    20 March 2007 at 20:34

    I love this site

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