OSW: Think About It

Continuing the month of June.

Old School Wednesday: Think About It

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01 – Phyllis Hyman – You Know How To Love Me
02 – D-Train – The Shadow Of Your Smile
03 – Tracy Weber – Sure Shot (Larry Levan Mix)
04 – Surface – Stop Holdin’ Back
05 – Touch – Tingle
06 – Ian Foster – Heaven
07 – Jazz Crusaders — Bobby Womack & Wilton Felder – Inherit The Wind
08 – Rockie Robbins – Time To Think
09 – Switch – You’re The One For Me
10 – Carrie Lucas – What’s The Question
11 – Alicia Myers – If You Play Your Cards Right
12 – Atlantic Starr – More, More, More
13 – The Jacksons – Push Me Away

Phyllis Hyman was put in the mix first via a request from Virginia, while D-Train’s The Shadow Of Your Smile had been in the back of my mind for weeks. Sure Shot is one of the two tracks that were released by Tracy Weber shortly before her death. May she rest in peace. Surface’s Stop Holdin’ Back, released in 1983, is followed by one of my favorite tracks from Touch, Tingle. Ian Foster’s Heaven is followed by Bobby Womack and Wilton Felter with Inherit The Wind. Rockie Robbin’s track Time To Think is followed by a track from Switch entitled You’re The One For Me.

Carrie Lucas’ What’s The Question, my favorite surprise so far this week, is followed by Alicia Myers, Atlantic Starr, and The Jacksons.
In the podcast (coming soon), I give a little more detail about Switch, Windjammer, and more. If you’re so inclined, take a listen. Special thanks to Nikki for requesting Atlantic Starr, G-Fresh, and Yvonne. For those who’d like to subscribe to these podcasts, enter this link manually into iTunes. If you have requests or questions, send an email to ejflavors [@] gmail [.] com. Take it light!

3 comments on “OSW: Think About It

  1. Thierno says:

    EJ… Interesting mix. David ‘Pic’ Conley reprised that Surface track for the late great Gwen Guthrie, on the “Good To Go Lover” LP. Is she the vocalist on this version, too? Tracy Weber… was just listening to that song yesterday. These are, of course, just two of the stand-out cuts in this OSW. Well done.

  2. D Rox says:

    This was my first listen to one of your mixes. I really enjoyed it. I listened to it a few days ago and forgot to comment. This will be a cool addition to what I listen to during the week. Consider me a regular.

  3. D Rox says:

    This was my first listen to one of you mixes. I listened to it a few days ago but forgot to comment. This will be a cool addition to what I listen to on a weekly basis. Consider me a regular.

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