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Slipback: Razzamatazz

Thelma Dynasty, Howard Johnson, Quincy with Patti, George Benson, Ambrosia, Bert Robinson, Johnny Hammond, Lionel, Chris Jasper, Cononel Abrams, Shalamar, SOS Band, Change with Luther.

Slipback: Open Up Your Heart

On tap: The Jacsons, Lace, Junior, Niteflyte and Jean Carne,Hall And Oates, Surface, BarKays, Blackbyrds, Isley Jasper Isley, Mica, Roberta and Donny, Stevie.

Slipback: In The Sky

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.

Acid Jazz, Volume 13 – Turn Your Card

UFO, Rebirth, Jamiroquai, Ronny Jordan, Collective Peace, Electric Wire Hustlers, Slakah THe Beatchild, Anthoiny Valdez, Repercussions, Inner Shade, SOS, The Family, Workshy, Dee C. Lee.

Slipback: Still In Love

On tap: Rose Royce, Tracy Weber, Johnny Ingram, Kashif, Whitney, Phyllis, Windjammer, Bee Gees, Loose Ends, Leon Ware, OBraynm, Mac Band, Quincy with Minnie, Leon, Al, Don Blackman, Al Jarreau.

Cupid’s Hunt 2017

On tap: Lianne La Havas, SoulP with Pete Simpson, Disclosure and Jordan Rakeii, Collective Peace and Jon Bibbs, Sara Pi, Ed Motta, Carmen and Anthony, The Internet, KING, Lima. Chante Caan, Nao, Al Jarreau, Kashif, The Family, George Michael, Prince.

2016 In Review

Long overdue,  but since Valentines Day is in two days, ths was essential.  2016 In Review:  Groovement Spot with Hollie Smith and Isaac Aesili, Andersen.Paak, Robert Glasper, Childish Gambino, Kaytranada and Craig David, Isaac and Iva Lamkum, Tuxedo, D-I, Ed Motta, Ritual, ATCQ, DLS, MNEK, Nao, Terrace Martin, Tame Impala, and KING.

In Rotation, Volume 34
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Tracklisting:

01 – Groovement Spot featuring Hollie Smith & Isaac Aesili – Pretending
02 – Andersen.Paak – Heart Don’t Stand A Chance
03 – Robert Glasper Experiment – Day To Day
04 – Collective Peace – You And Me
05 – Childish Gambino – Redbone
06 – Kaytranada featuring Craig David – Got It Good
07 – Isaac Aesili featuring Iva Lamkum – Chemistry
08 – Tuxedo – Watch The Dance
09 – D-Influence – Magic
10 – Ed Motta – Smile
11 – Ritual – Josephine (Alfa Mist Remix)
12 – A Tribe Called QUest – Melatonin 
13 – De La Soul featuing Estelle and Pete Rock – ….Memory Of (Us)
14 – MNEK – In Your Clouds
15 – Nao – Happy
16 – Terrace Martin – With You
17 – Tame Impala – New Person, Same Old Mistakes
18 – KING – Red Eye

The tracks selected here represent what were the most influential of tracks in 2016 – tracks that came out this year or that had a lasting impression on me, Please note thawt these do not include tracks from artists who have passed on- these will be part of additional postcasts for 2017.

At the beginning of this year, I started looking more carefully at music that came out of New Zealand. I came into this realization whilke being enamored with Sorceress (formerly known aqs Funkommunity. This allowed me to delve into the production of Isaac Aesili as well, whch unlocked a tresureful of tracks that I’m still grooving to till this day. “Pretending” and “Chemistry” are two tracks that I played on a regular basis.

Being in England and being able to witness D-Influence, one of my favorite bands of all time, is why D-Influence, as well as up and coming act from the UK, MNEK is present. Listening to them also introduced me to Ritual and Nao, which is why there are also on this list. In addition, A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul came out with two great albums which are also represented here.

Thanks to soulful sister AR Hamilton, I was introduced to Ed Motta as well as affirming that Kaytranada’s 99.9$ album and Anderson.Paak’s album Malibu were also very good. KING, Tuxedo, Robert Glasdper and Terrace Martin are not to be slope on as well. Hope you enjoy.

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Slipback – It’s Time To Be Real

On tap – LTD, Raw Silk, Gwen McRae, Vicky D, EWF, Cashmere, Cameo, Leo’s Sunshipp, Hipnotic, Jean Carn, The System, Dynasty, Atlantic Starr, Alicia Myers, Chapter 8.

Acid Jazz, Volume 12

On tap: Madhouse, Jazzanova with Paulk Randolph, 4Hero, Afro Elements, The Hue, Albin and Kelli Sae, Jhelisa, Atjazz and Clara, Daniel Crawford, The Family, Phony Ppl, Kero One, Workshy, Hardkandy, Damani, Nicola, Solaa, Terace Martin

In Rotation, Volume 34

Louie Vega with Bucie and Roots,l Satoshi Tomeii with Diane Charlemagne, Timm, Lay-Far with Pete Simpson and Atjazz, Disclosure, Iva Lamkum, Anderson.Paak, SG Lewis with Dornik,Lipstick Gypsy, Dwele with Phife Diggy, Blackalicious, Phony Ppl, Hiatus Kaiyote, Columbia Nights, The Nth Power, Chantae Cann, Carmen, KING.

We Remember Natalie, Volume I

Selected tracks from the wonderful Natalie Cole. Volume I.

In Rotation, Volume 33

On Tap: Maysa, Souperfreesia, Tortured Soul, Carmen Rodgers, Conya Doss, Naturally 7, Sola Rosa, Charlie Wilson, COol Million, Sorceressw, Iva Lankum, Judith Hill, Saun and Starr, Potatohead People, Dangerfeel Newbies, Uptown Funk Empire, Isaac Aesili.

Slipback: Broken Puzzle

On Tap: After 7, Sharon Bryant, Foster McElroy, Michael Cooper, Lia, Chuckii Booker, Tara Kemp, Johnny Kemp, Whitney Houston, Wally Badarou, Theresa, EnVogue, Vertical Hold, Intro, Portrait, Tevin, Donell Jones.

Cupid’s Hunt, 2015 – The Downside

Reel People with Omar, Rahsaan, Dee C. Lee, Workshy, D-I, Peter Hadar, Erik Rico, The Family, Foreign Exchange, Janelle, Lalah, Matt Bianco, D’Sound, Little Dragon, Ultra Nate, Joe, and Alex O’Neal.

Cupid’s Hunt, 2015 – The Upside

Eric Roberson and King, DAngelo, King Britt and Vikter Duplaix, Dwele, Kia Bennett, Soulperfreesia, Blaze, Big Brooklyn Red, 45 With Jimmy Abney, Zo! and Chante Caan, Siji, Montel Jordan, Dira, Giovanca, Electric Empire, Jose James and Emily King