31 December 2010

OTBP Vol. 010 "Leaving The House"

As we wrap up the year, I decided there was time for one more episode of OTBP in 2010.  The idea behind this mix was to step away from the house vibe I've been rocking on many of my mixes of late.  This time I dove into some lounge, midtempo, and chill beats.  I definitely had a good time digging in the crates to put this show together.  Rather than give run down of the artists on the mix, I simply want to wish all of you a Happy 2011 and thank you tremendously for all the continued support for OTBP.

OTBP Vol. 010 "Leaving The House"

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01. DJ Eurok | Libertad
02. The Dining Room | You
03. DJ Krush | Lunation
04. Farid | Sunday Paper
05. Honny & The Bees Band | Psychedelic Woman (Bonobo Remix)
06. DJ Spinna | So Live
07. Friends From Rio | Super Legal
08. DJ Mitsu The Beats | Spireedome 2004
09. Edan | I See Colours
10. The Herbaliser | Serge feat. Philippe Katerine
11. DJ Cam | Pure Pleasure
12. Sulley, Oscar & The Uhuru Dance Band | Bukom Mashie (Quantic Remix)
13. Natural Self | Raise The Game
14. Jurrasic 5 | Swing Set
15. DJ Food | Gold In My Pocket
16. Afronaught | Take You There
17. Crazy P | Reach Me (Hot Teddy Mix)
18. Kaos | Bang Bang (Culture Groove Mix)
19. Herbert | Foreign Bodies
20. Dust Brothers | If You Kling To Me I'll Klong To You
21. Fatboy Slim | You're Not From Brighton
22. Deee-Lite | Picnic In The Summertime
23. Exodus Quartet | Tribute To. Mr. Cool
24. No Luck Club | Koolkat
25. Nicola Conte | Dossier Omega
26. NW1 | The Band Played The Boogie

Moncef :: Monfresh Sessions #201 "Best of 2010"

This is episode #201 of Monfesh Sessions by my good friend Moncef.  This is his selection of the best house tracks of 2010.  Moncef is a very talented DJ and producer who runs his an online record store called Monfresh Recastow, has a radio show at Handz On Radio, and a wonderful music website called Monfresh.  He original hails from Morocco but currently resides in the DC area.  I used to DJ with him in the early 2000s at a club in DC called Andalu.  In fact, I plan on trying to get a recording of a live set we did together posted soon to OTBP.  If you get a chance, you should subscribe to his blog because you are guaranteed to hear great music. 

Monfresh Sessions "Best of 2010" - Dec 2010

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01. Adam Cruz | Really Love You | Mixtape Sessions
02. Roy Ayers & Bah Samba | Positive Vibe | (Roy’s Groove) | Favouritizm
03. Margaret Grace | Hope You Feel Better | (Teddy Douglas Re-Mastered Extended Mix) | Save Your Soul
04. Storm Queen | Look Right Through (Vox) | Environ
05. FCL | Let’s Go Seven | We Play House Recordings
06. Atjazz & Fred Everything | Back Together (Fred Everything’s Lazy Days Original) | Lazy Days
07. Alton Miller | Can’t Hide It (Tony Lionni Remix) | Prog City Deep
08. Jimpster | Inside the Loop | Freerange
09. P’taah | This Is Imaginary (Original) | Street King
10. Fabio Genito | Ayahuasca (Organic Mix) | Vega Records
11. Kasper Bjorke | Alcatraz (Jimpster Dub) | Push Communications
12. Gypsymen | Hear The Music (Ospina & Oscar P NYC Mix) | Inhouse
13. KiNK | E79 | Ovum
14. Randolph | Earth 2 God (Aybee’s Blakslap Mix) | Still Music
15. Joey Negro presents Akabu | Another Generation (Joey Negro Extended Mix) | Z Records
16. Soul Purpose | The Nervous Track (M’s Re-Play) | Soul Purpose
17. Jeremy Sylvester | Feel the Music (Vocal Mix) | Love House
18. Benedetto & Farina feat. LT Brown | I’m So Grateful (Ray Jones Vocal Remix) | Reelgroove
19. DJ Gregory & Sidney Samson feat. Dama S. | Dama S. Salon (Bonus Beats) | Defected
20. Grant Nelson vs. Sister Pearl | Brazilian Knights Bang The Drum (Moncef’s Mashed Up Edit) | Unreleased (Grant Nelson played this on his Housecall show)
21. The Djoon Experience feat. Kenny Bobien | Old Landmark (Greg Gauthier Dance Culture Mix) | Cheers
22. Wattie Green | Sea Lion Woman (Real Time Hand Motion Remix) | Flapjack
23. Karizma feat. Monique Bingham | Good Morning (Kaytronik Remix) | Strictly Rhythm
24. Dennis Ferrer | Hey Hey (Attention Vocal Mix) | Objektivity
25. Nathan X & Cuebur | So Far Away (Lars Behrenroth Instrumental / Remix) | Deeper Shades Recordings
26. JD 73 feat. Miss Modest | Pure Gold | Z Records

30 December 2010

Alexander Barck (Jazzanova) :: Based On Misunderstandings 2009

This is the third mix in as many days from Alexander Barck.  Like I was saying before, I never had heard a set from him until days ago and I can officially say now I'm hooked.  Enjoy this mix from 2009.

Based Upon Misunderstandings - 2009

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Motorcitysoul :: New Years Eve @ Cocoonclub

Here's a recent mix I ran across from a very talented duo named Motorcitysoul.  I have recently been buying tracks and remixes by them and have been very impressed.  Here's some background on them:

Motorcitysoul is the deephouse production-joint from Matthias Vogt (re:jazz, INFRAcom Records) and Christian “C-Rock” Rindermann.  The project is named after the german motorcity (Ruesselsheim, Frankfurt, the Opel (GM) headquarter).

The one-man company Motorcitysoul has turned into a duo. Let’s say the Pet Shop Boys of deep house (me being Neil Tennant!).  Thanks to the Rocker for the smooth transition - one became two: We are Motorcitysoul!

New Years Eve @ Cocoonclub

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29 December 2010

Blast Kid :: Snap Your Fingers

Introduction by Blast Kid:

"If you feel like patting your feet, pat your feet. If you feel like clapping your hands, clap your hands. And if you feel like taking off your shoes, take off your shoes. We are here to have a ball."

No words could've better set the mood for this mix than Art Blakey's introduction from the legendary Jazz Messengers concert in jazz club Birdland in the mid fifties. Blast Kid selected and mixed some of his favorite hard bop, latin jazz, bossa nova and nujazz tunes to introduce you to the sound of Snap Your Fingers, LDBK Radio's jazz show (formerly known as Pulsations - http://ldbk.eu/listen). Snap Your Fingers is also the name of a jazz dj duo consisting of The Groove Gardener and Blast Kid The Jazz Kid.
More: http://twitter.com/blast_kid

Snap Your Fingers - December 2010

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01. Art Blakey | Introduction
02. Mose Allison | One Of These Days
03. Kenny Dorham | Sao Paulo
04. Mark Murphy | Senor Blues
05. Lalo Schifrin And Orchestra | Boato
06. Oscar Brown Jr. And Luiz Henrique | Barra Limpa
07. Richard "Groove" Holmes | Dahoud
08. Wayne Shorter | Adam's Apple
09. Donald Byrd | Pentecostal Feeling
10. Nicola Conte | A Time For Spring
11. The Five Corners Quintet Ft. Okou | Blue Cycles
12. Nat King Cole | Calypso Blues
13. Andrew Hill | Mira
14. Joe Cuba Sextet | La Palomilla
15. Horace Silver Quintet | Jungle Juice
16. Sahib Shihab | I'M A Fool To Want You

Alexander Barck (Jazzanova) :: Om:Cast 008

This is Om:Cast 008 by Alex Barck.  It's a very groovy mix that I thought you'd enjoy.  Below is an excerpt from the article found at the Om:Cast website.

Jazzanova, there is always a lot to account for. "All the time, we have to explain to people what the sense in all of this is“, says Alexander Barck, one of the DJs of Jazzanova, with an ironic grin on his face. „Sometimes it’s funny to us, because we never think of it that way. We love music, we listen to a lot of music – old, new – and we like to make music. And that’s just it: A playful interaction with it.”

This may sound plausible, but it actually is a huge understatement, because this club collective of six belongs among a small, worldwide group of innovators, when it comes to Dancefloor, NuJazz, Broken Beat, to modern Folk und Soul. Around the globe, DJs and vinyl freaks adore Jazzanova. Their remixes for Masters At Work, Fat Freddys Drop, 4Hero or
Ursula Rucker are gems. But the six guys from Berlin have also enjoyed the feat of treating the most different of source material with respect and to simultaneously give it an unmistakable Jazzanova sound signature for such diverse artists as Lenny Kravitz, Common, Azymuth or Calexico.

Their mentor Gilles Peterson, the British Top A&R, radio personality and founder of the label Talkin Loud, immediately recognized their talent and, shortly after their first release, contacted the guys about doing a remix for the Japanese ‘United Future Organization’. Soon after, Jazzanova were booked solid for years to come and conquered the dancefloors of the world and their listener’s hearts with their own productions and remixes.

The ability to bring together different styles and their enormous effort and input into research and the ability to put to work all possibilities, is not only widely respected throughout the international music community, but also constantly drives themselves to be a step ahead. At the same time, their music is truly authentic and works just as well at the Montreux Jazz festival as in the illegal basement club of your girlfriend’s cousin“, as Cornelius Tittel, arts & culture editor of the German newspaper “Welt am Sonntag” writes. Whereas other producers have eight different pseudonyms, all working on one and the same stylistic groove, the six Berliners are always "Jazzanova" – coming up with an honorable, otherworldly, unpredictable mix of styles at all times.

Om:Cast 008 - February 25, 2010

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J-Boogie :: Christmas Cozy

The maestro of atmosphere, J-Boogie, delivers a sexy holiday fireside mix full of all around good vibes and cozy beats. Mushroom Jazz and Om Lounge fans are sure to dig this!
“I like to give, so here’s a free mix good vibes, downtempo and cozy beats to get you through the holidays. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus for the rest of us.” – J-Boogie
Christmas Cozy - 2010

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01. Jimpster | B Mine
02. Boozou Bajou | Sign (DSL Mix)
03. Fat Freddy’s Drop | Big BW
04. Zeb | Rude Boy Style
05. Electric Wire Hustle | Thank You Steve (Instrumental)
06. Loné | Sea Spray
07. NickNack | Out of Water (Inf Remix)
08. DJ Center | Center’s Groove
09. Sade | By Your Side (Cottonbelly Remix)
10. BreakBot | Make You Mine
11. Owusu and Hannibal | Le Fox
12. B. Bravo | DanceMadlib | Pyramids (Change)
13. Wayward Saints | Here We Go
14. DJ Devastate | Dont Stop ft. Segerfalk
15. Souleance | Le PlaisirPablo | Super Sweet
16. Wayward Saints | Dream Merchant (Noel Zancanella remix)
17. Rithma | Freaky (JT / Tim K Dub + Remix)

28 December 2010

Jazzanova :: We Love House BOMU

Let's make it back to back mixes by Jazzanova today.  Here's a mix I recently came across that it's quite deep and quite lovely.  BTW, BOMU is "Based On Misunderstandings".

We Love House BOMU - 2010

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01. Mark E | Fazer
02. Nomumbah | Like A Rainbow [Dub]
03. Stee Downes | No Retreat
04. Two Banks Of Four | Junkyard Gods (Ingrid Eto's Tribute To Sadkin Dub)
05. Roland Appel | Secrets Arto Mwambe Remix
06. Soulphiction | Cargo (Losoul Remix)
07. Ingrid Eto | Adult Movie (Eto Mix)
08. Soulphiction | Ghana Wadada (The Lost Men Remix)
09. Roland Appel | New Love (Tuff City Kids Remix)
10. Eva Be | She Walks Alone (Marcus Worgull Remix)
11. Lars Bartkuhn | Goodbye Dancing Hello God (Arto Mwambe Remix)
12. Mark E | Smokescreen

Shur-i-kan :: Live @ RTS.FM 17-Dec-10

This is the latest mix from Shur-i-kan.  I have this mix a heavy rotation right now as I run the streets of São Paulo.  Over the past couple years, I've really become a fan of his work; both DJing and producing.  He has a monthly radio show called Dark Energy Radio Show which I highly recommend.  Here's some background on him according to Discogs.com:
"Shur-i-kan’s trademark blend of musicality with cutting edge electronic production has been turning heads and gaining fans for a number of years now.
An accomplished keyboard player Tom cut his teeth working in various jazz funk bands in London and to this day is still a long time member of improvisional dance super group The Bays. As a producer however, Shur-I-kan was first discovered by legendary DJ Tom Middleton (Jedi Knights, Global Communication), who released the debut track "Niomi's Dream" on the seminal Jedi's Night Out compilation for Mixmag.
Shur-i-kan has been a long time and key contributor to Jimpsters’ Freerange Records label (voted Best British Label 2007 by DJ Mag readers) - a relationship that started with the dreamy jazz influenced "Advance" (2001), and the more dance orientated follow-up album "Waypoints" (2004) and continues with a string of classic house EP’s that include “Living Inside”, “I Want It”, “Special Powers” and “Future Fantasy”.
Representing the deeper side of house, Shur-I-kan’s distinctive acclaimed productions have been in heavy demand having remixed the likes of Akabu, Trackheadz, Miguel Migs, Milton Jackson and Fred Everything amoungst others. Recently Shur-I-kan has ventured into techier territory with his much lauded Berlin Rising EP on Defected imprint Physical Graffiti and forthcoming releases on Urban Torque, Freerange and Winding Road Records.
Now considered amongst the top of the new wave of deep house producers/djs, Shur-I-kan with fans including Ben Watt, Funk D’ Void, Spirit Catcher and Jimpster. Shur-i-kan has been building a reputation as a formidable and exciting international DJ and has traversed the world many times rocking crowds from Tokyo, to LA with his deep and jackin’ sound."
Live @ RTS.FM - December 17, 2010

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Alexander Barck (Jazzanova) :: Live @ La Paillote, Italy

This is a live mix from Alexander Barck of Jazzanova and Sonar Kollektiv. Now Jazzanova needs no introduction.  I have been a huge fan of their music for years and years.  They are masters and remixing and original production.  If you have the time, I highly suggest you take a look at their discography.  You'll find gem after gem.  I've never heard Alexander Barck spin before but after listening this mix, I'm a believer.  The mix starts out pretty deep and I believe it may even have a sample of Bruce Springsteen song (go figure).  A little further in, it enters into a hip-house type track followed by something a bit synthpop-ish.  The vocals throughout the mix are very nice.  In fact it's refreshing to hear some deep house with full on vocals that aren't über-cheesy. About halfway into the mix, he drops Jaydee's Plastic Dreams.  Two things regarding this song:  first it is still a classic.  It was originally released in 1992 and blew me away the first time I heard it.  The second thing is that for whatever reason I have been running across this song a lot lately.  Maybe it's coincidence but it's sort of like when you learn a new word, you are bound to hear it often.  After Plastic Dreams, the mix continues its lovely ways and dives into a techy vibe.  It finally ends with some disco goodness.  My final word is that it gets two thumbs up and deserves a listen.

Live @ La Paillote, Cagliari, Italy - June 25, 2010

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27 December 2010

Mark Farina :: Indian Stories Part 2

This is the December edition of Mark Farina's monthly mixes.  It's jam-packed with promos and new goodies.  Farina recently released the seventh edition of Mushroom Jazz.  I also checked his website and saw that he has an iPhone app as well.  It's amazing how far technology has come.  Who would of thought 10 years ago that DJs would have their own apps that run on your cell phone??!!

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01. Miles Maeda | Addicted Me | Amenti
02. Fish Go Deep | Home | Go Deep
03. Clean N Blak | My House | Promo
04. Carlos Cres | Electric Piano | Midwest Hustle
05. Colette | On A High (Sonny Fodera Mix) | On A High
06. DJ Goofy | Dream Of You | Greenhouse
07. Arco | Special Things | Salted
08. DJ Sneak | Still My Thing (Hector Moralez Mix) | Magnetic
09. Ryan Truman | Pants And Shirts | Dufflebag
10. Jeff Doguler and Balu |  Chapter 29 | Promo
11. Terry G. | Mystic Jazz | Promo
12. John Pridgen | Steady Makin' Hits | Promo
13. Pancho Warwick | Sylin' | Great Lakes Audio Promo
14. Monoman | Destiny | Yakuza
15. Lurob | Gingerbread | Dufflebag
16. Atnarko and Amp, Romana Arcaini | Never Go Away | Promo
17. King Kooba | Smoke This | Promo

25 December 2010

Avery :: Don't Stop The Love

I recently uncovered this mix in my collection of mixes.  The first half of it is all disco tracks that I started adding to my vinyl 10 years ago.  I got on a kick of trying to find some of the old classics that I recognized but didn't know who actually made the record.  The first track is a classic by Class Action.  The next seven tracks jump around from the years of 73-80.  The mix then jumps into some deep house while keeping a little of the disco intro that started the mix.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone!

Don't Stop The Love - June 02, 2001

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01_ Class Action | Weekend
02_ B.T. Express | Express
03_ Glen Adams Affair | Just A Groove
04_ ??
05_ Loose Joints | Is It All Over My Face?
06_ Billy Brooks | Fourty Days
07_ Herbie Hancock | Chameleon
08_ Moodymann | J.A.N.
09_ The Phonkticians | I Am Me
10_ Mr. Egg Germ | Intuit (Stay Kidd's The What Dub)
11_ Kemetic Just | See The Light
12_ Rhythmcentric | New School Fusion (Part 1)
13_ Rhythmcentric | New School Fusion (Part 2)
14_ Stacy Kidd | He's The One feat. Tracy Hamlin
15_ ??
16_ ??
17_ Soul Providers | Try My Love (T-Kolai Andalu Mix)

23 December 2010

Crazy P :: Live @ Bar Rumba Dubai

This is a recent set from Crazy P live at Bar Rumba in Dubai.  It was recorded December 2nd, 2010.  To put it simply, this mix is AWESOME.  It is a mix of disco, funk, house and more.  In my opinion, it's exactly how a live set should be these days.  It jumps around through various genres without clashing but instead flowing exactly how it supposed to.  If you are looking for something to groove to for the next 2-3 hours, I highly recommend this set.  Unfortunately, there's no playlist but hey...who cares when a set is this good??!!

Here's some background on Crazy P quoted directly from Discogs.com:
Crazy Penis (often referred to as Crazy P) are an house/disco group from the UK, formed around 1995 by Chris Todd and Jim Baron, when they met at university. By 2002 the band expanded to include bassist Tim Davies, percussionist Mav, and vocalist Dannielle Moore.
Live @ Bar Rumba - December 02, 2010

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12 December 2010

OTBP Vol. 009 "Summer Comes Early"

It's been about 2 months since this last episode of OTBP.  This one is the shortest one I've done and it is without any commentary.  I made it with the mix cd in mind for those of you who wish to burn it to an 80 minute disc.  

It starts off with a couple older tracks and one of my personal favorites Searchin' by 33 ⅓ Queen, who is DJ Mandrill from my hometown of DC.  When I did a little research I found out that it samples Searchin' For Some Lovin' by Debbie Trusty and A Guy Called Gerald's Blow Your House Down. Throughout the next several tracks the energy picks up quite a bit.  Another jammin' track I still love that I brought out of retirement for this mix is My House by Aaron Carl.  While the original mix is the most famous, I love this dub.  Tracks number 8 & 9 bring a techie feel to the mix and an old school Roland TB-303 acid line.  I have to give credit to LBS for turning me on to Solid Groove and specifically Won't Stop on track 12.  For those of you who want a trip in the way back machine, check out House Nation.  It was originally released in 1986.  Speaking of giving credit, I definitely have to give a shout out to Johnson for showing me Kelly G's Go Down Moses.  It's a very cool vocal house track.  The last four tracks bring the vibe to a deeper level.  Hope you enjoy.  

I have some other good news… I located the missing OTBP episode 5 and will be posting it soon.

OTBP Vol. 009 "Summer Comes Early"

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01_ Rick Wilhite | Roots Of Detroit (Revise)
02_ 33 ⅓ Queen | Searchin'
03_ Surrealism | So Much
04_ Juan MacLean | Planets (The Revenge Lost Groove)
05_ David Ospina | People (Main Mix)
06_ Funky People | Funky People feat. Cassio Ware (MAW Mix)
07_ Aaron Carl | My House (Dub O'Funk)
08_ Cappio Bros. | Caffeine 4 Daze
09_ CSY & Stripes | Somethin'
10_ Havana Cultura | Afrodisia (Rainer Trüby Remix)
11_ Rene Amesz | Corlander
12_ Solid Groove | Won't Stop
13_ Martin Beume | Slowly But Steady
14_ The Housemaster Boyz | House Nation
15_ Rick Wilhite | What Do You See (Ricky's Groove Mix)
16_ Giggs | Talking The Hardest (DJ Q Remix)
17_ Paperclip People | Throw
18_ Phonic Funk & Teika | Remember When
19_ Robert Owens | I'll Be Your Friend (Def Instrumental)
20_ Kelly G | Go Down Moses (Silk's Spiritual Anthem)
21_ Angel Moraes | Welcome To The Factory (Journey Mix)
22_ Kerri Chandler | Rain
23_ Kink | Tropic
24_ Theo Parrish | Soul Control

11 December 2010

Johnson Lee :: Free Form 11 "For Jo"

Johnson dedicated this edition of the Free Form series to our friend Jo, who was taken from us at a very young age.  It is an excellent collection of lounge, jazz, downtempo, hip-hop, and some sprinkled in comedy.  I definitely give it the seal of approval.

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Johnson Lee :: Free Form 10

This edition of Johnson Lee's Free Form series starts off on a real nice house vibe that just keeps going and going.  It varies from garage, deep, tracky, jazzy, and more.  That being said, it is quintessential Johnson Lee style.  Again, I really wish I had a playlist to share with you but also true to Johnson Lee style, the playlists are few and far between.  He recorded it back in 2002 and I hadn't listened to this mix in quite a long time... maybe 6 years.  After revisiting it, it's definitely back in full rotation.

Free Form 10 - 2002

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06 December 2010

Avery :: Spiral Effect

I recorded this mix back in 2002.  It's a montage of deep and tracky house that sort of meanders all over the place.  The mix opens up with The Club Track by Trackheads.  I particularly like the vocals the guy has because it really sums up how I'd see most people moving from club to club trying to find out where the fun or action was.  Later on in the mix is an original track I wrote called What I See.  The horns on The Beaujolais Files by Afronaught are unmistakable and always get me moving.  Track number nine is by the Banji Boys but not to be confused with the other Banji Boys (Armand Van Helden).  Of course there's a couple obligatory Moodmann tracks... His tracks always seem to find their way into my mixes.  Finally,  the mix ends with an Afrobeat track from the 70s and Gwen Guthrie's Seventh Heaven track from the 80s.

Spiral Effect - 2002

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01_ Trackheads | The Club Track
02_ ??
03_ ??
04_ John Ciafone | Everyday
05_ Avery | What I See
06_ Induceve | Monolevel
07_ Afronaught | The Beaujolais Files
08_ Do It Interlude
09_ Banji Boys | Keep On Movin' 2002
10_ Mike Grant | Baby Wants to Ride
11_ Marques Wyatt | For Those Like To Get Down
12_ Moodymann | The Third Track
13_ ??
14_ Intruder | You Got Me
15_ Moodymann | ??
16_ Shina Williams and His African Percussionists | Agboju Logun
17_ Gwen Guthrie | Seventh Heaven