Acid Jazz 11: Everything Is Changing

Acid Jazz 11: Everything Is Changing

Wrapping up the year. More podcasts to come- but now, here we go…..

Acid Jazz 11: Everything Is Changing

 

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01 – Groove Collective – Everything Is Changing
02 – Towa Tei with Amel Larrieux and Viv- Time After Time
03 – Jazzanova wih Georg Levin, Clara Hill, and Nicola Kramer – Let Your Heart Be Free
04 – Atjazz with Stepanie Hernandez and Dawne B. – With You
05 – Beady Belle – Lose And Win
06 – F-Mob – Be Bop To Hip Hop
07 – Tower Of Power – Souled Out
08 – The Super Phonics – Give A Little Love
09 – D-Influenc – Good Lover
10 – Jungle Brothers – I Get A Kick Out Of You
11 – Jamiroquai – When You Gonna Learn (Digeridoo)
12 – Q-Tip – Blue Girl
13 – Freak Power – Chang My Mind
14 – Izit – Don’t Give Up Now
15 – Swing Out Sister – All In Your Mind / O Pesadelo Dos Autoresy

Drops by  DJ Diva – The Mixtress Of R&B, Big La – Todd Kelley, and Macedonia of BSOTS,

This year has been cataclysmic on both personal and political fronts.  This had been on the back of my mind for a while.  so it was cathartic to just get it out there,

Kicking it off with Groove Collective was par for the course. he track always motivated me.  I then felt that I needed a little Towa Tei in the mix, since there are several tracks of his that give that acid jazz, mellow feel.  The fact that Amel Larrieux and Vivian Sessions (!) are in there is a major bonus.  Jazzanova and Atjazz are followed up with Beady Belle’s “Lose And Win” and F-Mob’s “Be Bop 2 Hip Hop” – shoutouts go to Foster and McElroy.

Tower Of Power and The Super Phonics  pick up the pace, which are then followed up by D-Influence and a little Red Hot + Blue from Jungle Brothers.  Jamiroquai and Q-Tip continue the vibe.  Freakpower, Izit, and Swing Out Sister bring the podcast to a mellow close.

Shoutouts go to Marcellus, Joaqquino, and WCLK who reinforce the fact that soul and jazz are in fact alive and well.   Have requests? Send an email to ejflavors at gmail dot com. For those who’d like to subscribe to these podcasts, enter this link manually into iTunes. Take it light.