Slipback: In The Sky

Slipback: In The Sky

I get by with a little help from my friends.  On tap: The New Jersey Connection, Sharon Brown, Change, Patti, Sherri ck, Jerome Prister, Doobie Brothers, Damaris, Loose Ends, Millie Scott, Lillo Thomas, Jermaine Jackson, SOS Band, Prince.

Slipback:  In The Sky
 

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Tracklisting:

01 – The New Jersey Connection – Love Dont Come Easy
02 – Sharon Brown – I Specialize In Love
03 – Change – Heaven Of My Life
04 – Patti Austin – THe Heat Of Heat
05 – Sherrick – Just Call
06 – Jerome Prister – Say You’ll Be
07 – The Doobie Brothers – What A Fool Believes
08 – Damaris – What About My Love
09 – Loose Ends – In The Sky
10 – Millie Scott – Every Little Bit
11 – Lillo THomas – I Like Your Style
12 – Jermaine Jackson – You Like Me Don’t You
13 – SOS Band – Nothing But THe Best
14 – Prince – 17 Days

I get lots of input from musicheads here and around the globe.  This one is no exception, particularly since I hit up a friend of mine from London and asked him for some of his favorite tracks.  Of course, it was just like adding  a fireman to unscrew a fire hydrant  when asking for a sip of water. He’s the one that made this  sweet and easy, particularly with the  Change, Patti Austin, Millie Scott, Lillo, and the SOS Band tracks, The icing on the cake is one of the original tracks from Loose Ends , In The Sky, one of the very first tracks they released which cannot be found on any album.   Much, much, love to him, and you can be sure that this wont be the last time he’ll be digging in the treasure chest and unearthing some great music.

I’m still spinning The New Jersey Connection, Sherrick and Damaris and the podcast wouldn’t be complete without placing Prince at the end with one of my favorite B-Sides, 17 Days.

Drops by Macedonaia, and G Dub.
Shoutout to Wilson Sam (Geezer), G-Dub, Vox Efx and Jeffery.

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Slipback: Still In Love

Slipback:  Still In Love

Starting off year #10.  On tap: Rose Royce, Tracy Weber, Johnny Ingram, Kashif, Whitney, Phyllis, Windjammer, Bee Gees, Loose Ends, Leon Ware, O’Braynm, Mac Band, Quincy with Minnie, Leon, Al, Don Blackman, Al Jarreau.

Slipback:  Still In Love
 

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Tracklisting:

01 – Rose Royce – Still In Love
02 – Tracy Weber – Sure Shot
03 – Johnny Ingram – Can I Take You Home Tonight
04 – Kashif – Lover Turn Me On
05 – Whitney Houston – Thinking About You
06 – Phyllis Hyman – Ain’t You Had Enough Love (Extended)
07 – Windjammer – Tossing And Turning
08 – The Bee Gees – Love You Inside Out
09 – Loose Ends – Easier Said Than Done
10 – Leon Ware – How Deep Does It Go
11 – O’Brayn – Is This For Real
12 – The Mac Band – Love U 2 The Limit
13 – Quincy Jones – If I Ever Lose This Heaven featuring Minnie Riperton, Leon Ware, Al Jarreau
14 – Don Blackman – Holding You, Loving You
15 – Al Jarreau – Moonlighting (Extended)

I have officially been  podcasting for 10 years and I could not be happier. There has been trials and tribulations along the way, for sure, but this is still a complete joy for me, and I don’t see any end in sight. Onward and upward!

Starting this out is an absolutely sublime track by Rose Royce followed up by Tracy Weber’s “Sure Shot” a great track recommended by AR Hamilton and is also the track that SoulPersona used to flavor the wonderful track “Stretched Thin”. This is followed up Johnny Ingram’s track which I love because of it’s boldness and definitely groove-heavy. Three late but great artists are represented next with grooves by Kashif, Whitney, and an extended version of the Phyllis Hyman track which was written by the members of Loose Ends and produced by Nick Martinelli.

Windjammer, the US group from New Orleans which had more success in England follows up with “Tossing And Turning” which is followed up by the track from Bee Gees which was used by Total in the track “When Boy Meets Girl.” This is followed up by a track from Loose Ends which collaborated with Leon Ware for the track “Easier Said Than Done.”

Smooth grooves complete this podcast, of course. O’Brayn and The Mac Band bring their style to the forefront, with the Mac Band delivering a track that was written by Gary Taylor, who also recorded the track himself. Quincy brought three great artists together- Minnie Riperton, Leon Ware and Al Jarreau to deliver “If I Ever Use This Heaven” which is followed by tracks from Don Blackman and finally capped off with “Moonlighting” by Al Jarreau for the perfect ending.

Drops by AR, Macedonaia, and G Dub.
Shoutout to KB Burke, AR Hamilton, Roney Smith, DK Ywatt, Trelly, Wilson Sam

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