Sunday, 20 August 2017

DJ Ridym - Rare Soul Mix 10


Welcome to the 10th edition of my rare soul mix and what better way to celebrate than with a bumper edition filled with jazz-funk nuggets.

Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, Sylvia Striplin, James Mason and Mtume all firm favourites with a few more for good measure all help to make this an enjoyable mix.

Enjoy!

1. Roy Ayers - Searching
2. Sylvia Striplin - You Can't Turn Me Away
3. AB's - Deja Vu
4. Melissa Manchester - Almost Everything
5. Hubert Lewis - Family
6. Linda Tillery - Freedom Time
7. Blackbyrds - Something Special
8. Dave Gruisin - Friends & Strangers
9. Donald Byrd - Think Twice
10. James Mason - Sweet Power Your Embrace
11. Mtume - Love Lock
12. Weldon Irvine - Feeling Mellow
13. Gene Harris - Losalamitos

DJ Grizz- Mellow Soul Classics Vol. 2

After last weeks European collaboration I'm back to riding solo again with a selection of laid back Soul nuggets. Its Mellow Soul Classics Vol. 2!

The 70's and 80's chilled goodness starts with a timeless Al Green classic, there's some falsetto Soul from the Stylistics, Luther chips in with a mellow monster, there's the Roberta Flack No.1 masterpiece, and we end on possibly the greatest song ever made about forbidden love from the great Billy Paul... plus more magic mellowness!

The other blog boys are up soon. Enjoy the chill-out and catch you soon!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Al Green- Still in love with you
Quincy Jones- If I ever lose this heaven
Stylistics- You'll never get to heaven
George Benson- Nature boy
Minnie Ripperton- Memory lane
Luther Vandross- A house is not a home
Marlena Shaw- Yu ma go away
Roberta Flack - Killing me softly
Billy Paul- Me and Mrs Jones

Sunday, 13 August 2017

DJ Ridym - RnB Sessions 13


Welcome once again Mixtapers to RnB Sessions 13.

This time around we've got Eric Roberson feat. Glenn Lewis, a track taken from Jazzy Jeff's Chasing Goosebumps sessions, an album well worth checking out if you haven't already. We also have Faith Evans and the Notorious B.I.G from the album King & I which came out in May this year, a brilliant cover of the Bee Gees how deep is your love from PJ Morton, Childish Gambino's mellow funk hit Redbone which featured in this summers hit movie release Get Out plus loads more for your listening pleasure!

More to come real soon so keep checking out the blog for some more mixes from Grizz Soul and SoulnRnB only on the Soul Mixtape where else?! Until next time. One Love

1. Kehlani - Keep On
2. Kemi Ade - Rare One
3. Eric Roberson - Superman
4. Faith Evans and Notorious B.I.G - Can't Get Enough
5. Profusion - Flying
6. PJ Morton - How Deep Is Your Love
7. Mobb Deep - Temperatures Rising
8. Kendrick Lamar - Alright
9. Rich Hunter - No Fear
10. The Roots - Clock With No Hands
10. Adrian Marcel - Mobbin
11. Childish Gambino - Redbone
12. Agency - Join In

DJ Grizz- Grizz and Piet Collaboration

Happy to bring you something a little different on the blog today, a Soul and Jazz Funk collaboration with a German Soul Brother and DJ - Piet Daniel of The Soul Kitchen. Track-list as follows:

Grizz:
1) Windy City - Carl Davis & The Chi Orchestra
2) Don't trick me treat me - The Dells
3) Sweet Power - James Mason
4) Think twice - Donald Byrd
5) For Fathers - Marcina Arnold
6) Lady Day - Gil Scott-Heron
7) This girl is in love... - Marva Whitney
8) The time is right for love - Bobby Reed
9) I believe in miracles - Mark Capini
10) I just got to know - Benny Johnson
11) Changing for you - The Chi-Lites
12) Everybody's singing love songs - Sweet Thunder
13) I'd be grateful - Brothers Of Soul
14) Hollywood - Rufus & Chaka Kahn
Piet)
15) Gor for it - Webster Lewis
16) Beat Wise - Herbie Hancock
17) Lowdown - Boz Scaggs
18) Rockin' after midnight - Marvin Gaye
19) Funkin' for Jamaica - Tom Browne
20) Groovin' high - Lou Donaldson
21) Sancer Eyes - The Three Sounds
22) Fallin' down - Julien Dyne feat. Parks
23) I got it - Bobby Byrd

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Summer Double: #TheSoulMixtape Tape No.30 and 31 on Nuwaveradio



Summer is here and Im off for a few weeks on my summer holidays. But whilst I leave you in the capable hands of Grizz and Ridym, I thought id post up a couple of mixes to keep you entertained.

Some featured Artists: Mason; Linda Tillery; Thundercat; Tease, Natural Four; Thelma Houston; Alton Ellis; The Stuyvesants; Hi Tek; Brandye; Da Beatminerz feat Caron Wheeler; Hiatus Kaiyote; Kindred the Family Soul and much much more.

Ive got new shows up at nuwaveradio.net at the moment. and will be posting that promised Rare Groove mix on my return. In the meantime, enjoy and Summer vacation you have and I will (In my best 80's pirate radio station voice) "See you on the flipside.



Sunday, 6 August 2017

DJ Ridym - Dusty Roads 3


Welcome listeners to a bumper edition of Dusty Roads where I bring you a mix of sounds and genres to whet your appetite. This time around I kick it off with a Congolese group I've been following for a while now they go by the name of Staff Benda Belili. These guys truly have an amazing story and there's a documentary out there titled Benda Bilili!  that follows their journey from being born with polio and growing up in poverty restricted to living in the grounds of a nearby zoo through to their rise to fame hitting the world stage with their own brand of funk played on some of the most basic instruments you could ever put together. I'd definitely recommend checking it out.

I follow the funk theme with C.K Mann's Ghanaian anthem Asafo Beesuon , Hank Ballard's From The Love Side and some reggae funk from the Brentford All Stars.

We then throw some shapes with 3 three dance floor choons before I change it up and spice the pot with a few rare nuggets in there for good measure!

Stay right here on the Soul Mixtape blog and be sure to check out Grizz Soul and SoulnRnB latest mixes. One love 

1. Staff Benda Bilili - Je T'aime
2. C.K Mann - Asafo Beesuon
3. Hank Ballard - From The Love Side
4. Brentford All Stars - Greedy G
5. Blakai - Afrospace
6. Dego & The 2000 Black Family - Don't Stop
7. Aquanote - Only
8. Dwelle - Angel
9. Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar - Never Catch Me
10. The Stepkids - La La
11. Badbadnotgood - Time Moves Slow
12. Harry Mudie Meets King Tubby's - Heavy Duty Dub
13. Pariament - I've Been Watching You
14. Lionel Hampton - Where Were You When I Needed You
15. Melissa Manchester - I Got Eyes
16. Maurice Davis - Mr Lonely

DJ Grizz- Soul Niceness 132

Its time for another Saturday Soul fest with a selection of songs from the 70's and 80's side of the cellar! Its Soul Niceness 132!

We kick off with a Blue Eyed Soul gem from Boz (Bill) Scaggs, George Benson gives us an early 80's hit, Eddie Bo fills the Funk quota with a busted bucket, teen keyboard wiz Bernard 'Nard' Wright features and we end with some Brit-Funk from Linx.... plus more.

Back next week to share some more Soul-love!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Boz Scaggs- Hollywood
George Benson- Never give upon a good thing
Fat Gaines Band- My love is always
Positive Force- Its a shame
Eddie Bo - Check your bucket
Jimmy Jones- I’m so glad i got you
Gregg Diamonds Bionic Boogie- Holding back
Bernard Wright-Kepp on doing that right thing
Linx- Rise and shine

Sunday, 30 July 2017

DJ Ridm - Old Skool 80's Volume 3


Welcome mixtapers to volume 3 of my Old Skool 80's mixes. This time around we have Ashford & Simpson and Evelyn King setting the pace followed by a Leroy Burgess penned Intrigue track.  I've stuck a garage classic from Ten City and then wind it down with a few mellow nuggets to complete the mix.

Hope you enjoy. 
Peace

1. Ashford and Simpson - It Seems To Hang On
2. Evelyn King - Back To Love
3. Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots
4. Paulinho Da Costa - Deja Vu
5. Odessey - Inside Out
6. Chandra Simmons - Never Let You Go
7. Intrigue - Fly Girl
8. Ten City - One Kiss Will Make It Better
9. Shot feat. Kim Marsh - Main Thing
10. Mtume - Ready For Your Love
11. The System - Have Mercy

DJ Grizz- The Commodores

Yet more corking tunes from a 70's Soul super group this morning ... its a Commodores mix! Know for their huge ballad pop chart hits in the early 80's and spawning a world star in Mr Ritchie, its not until I started digging out my old 70's LPs you remember what a great funky soul band they were in the early years on Motown! Saw them at Wembley in 1979 with the Emotions and there were super tight live too! Here's a selection of my personal Commodore favourites!

We kick off in funk mode with their tribute to 'built' ladies in Brick House, there's the bass slapping Slippery When Wet, off the same LP that gave us Three Times a Lady there' s a nugget in Flying High, we've some wicked wind down with Zoom and we end on the greatest Sunday morning anthem of them all- Easy... plus more Commodore goodness!

Messrs S and R up on the blog real soon and I'm back before you know it!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape

Brick house
Machine gun
Slippery when wet
Flying High
Your Special
Sweet Love
Zoom
Still
Easy

Thursday, 27 July 2017

The Best of #TheSoulMixtape on Soul Cool Records


Our good friends on Mixcloud, Soul Cool Records, have posted the best of #TheSoulMixtape which includes some new material too. An hour and 45mins of Funk, Hip Hop, Soul, Rare Groove, Soulful House and more, mixed with interviews with the likes of Jill Scott, 9th Wonder, Erykah Badu and Busta Rhymes. Check it out, ill be back with some Brand New Material of the Rare Groove variety very soon!


Sunday, 23 July 2017

DJ Grizz- 80's Soul Club Classics 4

Dust off the shoulder pads and hitch up the leg warmers as we are back to the 80's for our grooves today- its 80's Soul Club Classics Vol.4!

We start with an 80's hit from Larry Blackmans Cameo, there's some serious P-funk from Xavier, we've a big chart success from Fonda Rae, One Way get all funky from 1982 and we end on a 2step nugget from Surface... plus more 80's goodness to get down to.

Have a good week Mixtapers!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Cameo- Back and forth
Raw Silk- Do it to the music
Xavier- Work that sucker to death
BB and Q- Starlette
Finis Henderson- Skip to my lou
Fonda Rae- Touch me
Skyy- Lets celebrate
One Way- Cutie pie
Surface- Happy

Saturday, 22 July 2017

DJ Ridym - What If Marvin Made A Mixtape?



What if Marvin had made a mixtape, would this be it? Who knows but it's worthy of a tribute if anything else!

Enjoy Mixtapers and I'll be back real soon with some more

1. Willie Hutch - I Wanna Be Where You Are
2. Weldon Irvine - I Love You
3. Tom Brook - I Love You More And More
4. Eloise Laws - Ain't It Good Feeling Good
5. Jarrod Anthony - I Love You
6. Brian Owens - Don't Worry
7. Jamie Hawkins - Next To You
8. Freddie Scott - You Got What I Need
9. Eugene Record - Overdose Of Joy
10. Jeff Perry - All My Loving Was Made For You
11. Leroy Hutson - So In Love
12. Leon Ware - Journey Into You
13. Midnight Star - Curious

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

#TheSoulMixtape Spotlight on Jam & Lewis

 Spotlight on the writing and production work of the great Jam & Lewis and their Flyte Tyme productions. Focusing on the soulful side of their discography, from the early eighties through to the noughties.

From early 80's dance tracks and ballads featuring their signature sound, full of soul, orchestral build up's and 808 drum pattern's, to their slide into RnB and Neo Soul, these two members of Prince's THE TIME created a production company that ruled the 80's called Flyte Tyme (Which also featured underrated writer/producer and THE TIME member Monte Moir) who shot the likes of The SOS Band, Janet Jackson, Cherelle, Alexander O Neal, Change and others to massive heights in their early days. They went on to write and produce through to the present for the likes of Barry White, Usher, Chante Moore, Solo and so many more.

This mix features some of my faves squeezed in to an hour's Nuwaveradio.net show and therefore there are some missing tracks I just couldn't fit in. However, as a snapshot of their work, I think this fits the bill.

Stay tuned on the blog for DJ Grizz and DJ Ridym's upcoming mixes and of course there will be more to come from me.


Sunday, 16 July 2017

DJ Grizz- Kool and the Gang

Another Soul Super-group features today.... 70's and 80's, million sellers- Kool and the Gang! From their early 70's origins as a hard funk/jazz band through to their later Disco/Pop-Soul sound they are loved by discerning crate diggers and commercial pop lovers alike. Here's a selection of mainly their early funky stuff and a smattering of some late 70's early 80's disco party grooves!

We start in funk mode with Jungle Boogie, there's another funk classic with Funky Stuff (they opened with this when I saw them at Finsbury Park Rainbow around 1980), we've Light of The Worlds- the track a certain Britfunk band named themselves after, we get into disco mode with Steppin' Out and Ladies Night and end on a mellow Jazz-Funk anthem in Summer Madness.

Catch you soon Mixtapers!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Jungle Boogie
Funky stuff
Hollywood swinging
Light of Worlds
Steppin out
Take my heart
Ladies Night
Too Hot
Summer madness

Monday, 10 July 2017

DJ Ridym - RnB Sessions 12


This instalment of RnB Sessions focuses it's spotlight on the Jazz side of Hip Hop and RnB. No one can doubt the influence of Jazz on Hip Hop and RnB and the impact it's been having on new artists such as London based rapper Alpha Mist and Dubliner Rejjie Snow representing the rap scene in Ireland.  

French Kiwi Juice (FKJ) team up with London based Soul and Jazz-Funk singer/producer Tom
Misch for the seriously funky losing my way. Tom is doing great things out there so definitely on my radar. 

Common, Slum, De la and Outkast merge into each other to provide a seamless jazzy hip hop ride finishing right back where I started with Indigo Jam Unit's jazz take on Commons come close.

Enjoy and I'll be back real soon with DJ's SoulnRnB and Grizz real soon. Jah bless 

1. Common - Come Close
2. Alfa Mist - Closer ft. Lester Duval
3. Conya Doss - Fragments
4. Rejjie Snow - Purple Tuesday
5. OutKast - Reset
6. Slum Village - Where We Come From
7. De La Soul - Stakes Is High
8. Terrace Martin - No Wrong
9. FKJ & Tom Misch - Losing My Way
10. Pharell and The Yessirs - Our Father
11. Braxton Brothers - Never Take Your Love Away
12. Indigo Jam Unit - Come Close

Sunday, 9 July 2017

DJ Grizz- Soul Niceness 131

Back with a further instalment of the best in Rare Grooves and revival Soul... its Soul Niceness 131!

We kick off with a slice of early 80's funk from Cameo, there's more get-down goodness from Maurice and the boys i.e. Earth Wind and Fire, Rufus and Chaka give us a great take on the Bee Gees hit, there's a 2 step gem from Tavares and we end on a hard to find Rare Groove nugget from Positive Force... and plenty more to savour.

Keep sharing the Soul love Mixtapers!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Cameo- Soul Army
Earth Wind and Fire- Let your feelings show
Rufus and Chaka- Jive talkin
Sunrize- Hello Love
Patrice Rushen- feels so real
Freddie Hubbard- Rock me arms
Tavares- Never had a love like this
Little Royal Torrence- Jealous
Positive Force- Give you my love

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

#TheSoulMixtape Tape No.28 on Nuwaveradio


Tape 29 of #TheSoulMixtape Recipe:

4 portions of 9th Wonder
2 pounds of King Tubby
Mix thoroughly with some 80's Soul boy Classics
A dash of soulful Broken

Or, just press play below.

Check me out on nuwaveradio.net and Ridym/Grizz back with you shortly.


Monday, 3 July 2017

DJ Ridym - Chapter & Verse of DUB 2



Greetings one and all to the second instalment of my chapter & verse of DUB series where I bring you the best in dub and roots music.

This weeks instalment has two from Kenny Knots who had a number one hit back in the day with watch all the people dancing recorded by Unity sound system. Kenny went on to record a whole bunch of music working with the bush chemists, Jah Tubbys and currently with Scottish sound system Mungos Hi-Fi

Some more heavyweight dub from Jah Warrior, Dubkasm and Tony Roots make this a speaker popping, chest caving experience you'll no doubt want to turn the bass up for this one!

I'll be back with more next week until then Peace

1. Kenny Knots - Jah Is To Be Praised
2. Kenny Knots - Jah Is To Be Praised Bong Mix
3. Tony Roots - Hola Zion
4. Tony Roots - Zion Dub
5. Kenny Knots - Battlefield
6. Kenny Knots - Battlefield Dub
7. Dubkasm - Higher Judgement Aba Shanti I Mix
8. Jah Warrior - Strictly Yard Music

Sunday, 2 July 2017

DJ Grizz- Mellow Soul Classics

Something now for all you Soul lovers who need some chill-time. A selection of 70's and 80's Soul tunes on the mellow side... its Mellow Soul Classics Vol. 1!

Our first laid back nugget comes from the masters- Earth Wind and Fire, Randy Crawford covers Simply Red, there's a Rare Groove anthem from Shirley Jones, Booker T sings the 1981 original of the Kenny Thomas hit, the Isley Brothers give us a well sampled gem and we end on a great cut from a later Teena Marie LP... plus more mellow monsters to lay back to!

Back with more digs from the crates real soon!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Earth Wind and Fire- Reasons
Norman Conners ft Phyllis Hyman- Betcha by golly wow
Randy Crawford- Holdin back the years
Booker T Jones- The best of you
Atlantic Starr- Second to none
Shirley Jones- Do you get enough love
Isley Brothers- Footsteps in the dark
The Spinners- How could i let you get away
Teena Marie- I’m still in love

Monday, 26 June 2017

DJ Ridym - Rare Soul Mix 9



It's that time again folks to hit you up with some rare soul grooves from the 70's with Rare Soul Mix 9. This time out we've got a bumper packed session full of classics from that era that will hopefully keep the summer theme going.

We open the mix with the track that made Mary J Blige's Happy become the classic that it is courtesy of Mr Curtis Mayfield. Mellow grooves follow from Eddie Hendricks, Johnny Taylor, Bobbi Humphreys, Bobby Caldwell and many more.

Tune in next time for some more from me and the team here at the Soulmixtape HQ

Peace.

 1. Curtis Mayfield - Your So Good To Me
2. Eddie Kendricks - Intimate Friends
3. Johnny Taylor - Shoot For The Stars
4. Bobbi Humphrey - You Make Me Feel Good
5. Bobby Caldwell - Down For The Third Time
6. Shadow - I Can't Keep Holding Back
7. Al Jerreau - Brite N Sunny Babe
8. Father's Children - Hollywood Dreaming
9. Melvin Hudson - Life In The City
10. L.A Boppers - You Did It Good
11. Curtis Mayfield - Tripping Out
12. Smoked Sugar - I'm A Winner

Sunday, 25 June 2017

DJ Grizz - Reggae Got Soul 11

Keeping the Summer soundtrack rolling... a selection of Soul music favourites but 'inna Reggae Style'... its Reggae Got Soul Vol.11.

The collection of covers begins with a Roberta Flack love song rendition, there's a Lovers Rock take on the Blue Eyed Soul/ Rare Groove classic- Pina Colada Song (Escape!) The Deltones cover The Staple Singers, Sonia Ferguson Reggaefies Maze and we end on a version of the Collage 80's hit... plus more great Reggae-to-Soul interpretations.

All the gang are here mashing it up on the blog all week

Keep the Soul Love burning!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Sara lee Lloyd Charners- The closer i get to you
Andrew Samuel- Pina Colada
Joyce Bond- Help me make it through the night
George Faith- Since i met you baby
Pama International- Heatwave
The Deltones- i’ll take you there
Diana Heron- Be thankful
Sonia Ferguson- My baby of magic
One Blood- Get in touch with me

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

#TheSoulMixtape Tape No.28 on Nuwaveradio


Whats Hotter than July? JUNE!! If your in the UK that is..... we are not used to 35 degree tempratures out here, but dont fret! We've got the summer soundtrack here at #TheSoulMixtape!

This mix kicks off with a sampling session with 9th Wonder, followed by some 90's R&B, soulful house and Broken jams, and some soul and jazz funk to boot. Put on your shades and press play below!

Kept up the Stevie theme on the cover following Grizz's excellent Stevie mix from the weekend, and check out DJ Ridym's thorough two part spotlight on the Foreign Exchange family, all here on the blog in one place.

I'm back next week, stay tuned!


Sunday, 18 June 2017

DJ Grizz- Stevie Wonder Mix

Back with a Soul Superstar this morning... Mr Steveland Morris or Stevie Wonder to his friends. From the early 60's as a Motown prodigy up to the present day Mr Wonder has given us an endless stream of acclaimed music. My Stevie Top Ten of Grizz favourites mainly concentrates on his sublime 70's period where LPs like Talking Book, Innervisions and Songs in the Key of Life were must haves for any serious music aficionado.

My selection of classics start with the funky synth monster Too High, there's the massive I Wish, includes sublime cuts like As and Bird of Beauty, a early 80's ode to funkiness in Do I Do, and ends on the oft covered Creepin'... plus many more Stevie slices of genius to add to your Summer soundtrack!

Keep sharing the Soul Love mixtapers.

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Too High
I wish
As if you read my mind
Until you come back to me
As
Dont you worry bout a thing
Bird of beauty ft Minnie Ripperton
Do i do
Golden Lady
Creepin

Saturday, 17 June 2017

DJ Ridym Presents: The Foreign Exchange





Hi Mixtapers and welcome to DJ Ridym presents: The Foreign Exchange.

In what first started as an online collaboration between Dutch Hip-Hop/Electronica producer Nicolay and Hip-Hop rapper/singer Phonte of Little Brother fame The Foreign Exchange was born and has become one of the most successful RnB production teams in modern RnB music to date. The fact that these guys released works with artists such as Yahzarah, Sy Smith, Darien Brockington, Joe Scudda and Eric Roberson frequently featured on their albums as part of what is affectionately known as the FE Family is just brilliant. FE went on to extended their tentacles to include the talents of Lorenzo Ferguson aka ZO! and the rest is history.

Already successful as one third of rap group Little Brother, Phonte along with top remix producer 9th Wonder and Big Pooh were already big in the game of hip-hop (and trust me I'd need a whole new mixtape for these guys!) but to then go on and link up with Nicolay is just pure genius. Nicolay at the time was already compared to 9th Wonder such was his artistry behind a mixing desk preferring to play live instruments for most of his work with his own unique style which I can only describe as a blend of modern electonica with an 80's pop feel and hard hip-hop beats.

So about the mix...Well with so many tracks to choose from the best thing I can suggest you do is just go listen to it! These are my personal favourites but with so many to choose from it could have gone a complete different way and to some extent a different sound. That said I hope you enjoy it and come back real soon for some more from DJ SoulnRnB and DJ Grizz. Peace!

Part 1
1. Common feat. Mary J Blige - Come Close
2. The Foreign Exchange - Come Around
3. Nicolay feat.Kay - My Story
4. Phonte - Gonna Be A Beautiful Night
5. The Foreign Exchange - Don't Wait
6. Nicolay - Hey
7. The Foreign Exchange - I Wanna Know
8. Phonte - Love Songs
9. The Foreign Exchange - Raw Life
10. FE - Take Off The Blues
11. The Foreign Exchange - Body
11. FE - All Or Nothing
12. The Foreign Exchange - All That You Are
13. Nicolay feat. Wiz Khalifa - What It Used To Be
14. Nicolay and Kay - As The Wheel Turns
15. The Foreign Exchange - Better
16. The Foreign Exchange - Don't Let It Be So



Part 2
1. Nicolay and United Soul - Soul Clap
2. Nicolay Remix Roy Ayers - Funk In The Hole
3. Zo! - Flight Of The Blackbyrd
4. Zo! - Making Time
5. Zo! - For Tina
6. Zo! - Black Cow
7. Zo! - Somethin' Special
8. Zo! - Sands Of Time
9. Zo! - Selfish
10. Zo! - Packing For Chicago
11. Phonte and Eric Roberson - Something
12. Phonte - Intergalactic Soul
13. Phonte - Violets
14. Phonte and AB - All This Love

Thursday, 15 June 2017

#TheSoulMixtape The Definitive Raphael Saadiq Productions


Both DJ Ridym and I have covered this mans work on this blog before. But there's so much great music.
Just concentrating on Raphael's writing and production work for others rather than his solo stuff, this is pretty much my favorite of his work and a good base for a definitive list.

Including greats like EWF, The Isleys, Lionel Richie, D'Angelo, Erykah, Jill Scott, Angie Stone, Q Tip, Common, Chante Moore, Amp Fiddler, Whitney Houston..... the list goes on and on. 2 Hours of great music from one of the premier artists of the last 20 odd years.

Press play below, and stay tuned for more great music selected by Grizz and Ridym upcoming.


Sunday, 11 June 2017

DJ Grizz- Soul Niceness 130

Back to the dusty shelves for some more of the good stuff. Choc full of 70's and 80's Soul and Grooves that time forgot its Soul Niceness 130.

We begin with the big man himself Barry White doin' his thang, there's some early 80's groove from LAX, Jean Carne lends her powerful vocal range for our aural appreciation, more Jazz-Soul goodness from Donald Byrd and we finish on something from East London's best known 70's Soul diva- Linda Lewis.... plus more quality stuff to get back in tune with!

Have a great week Mixtapers

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Barry White- Its only love doing its thing
LAX - All my love
La Boppers- Wrap you up
Keni Burke- Youre the best
Jean Carne- Bet your lucky star
Nancy Wilson- Flying high
Johnny Guitar Watson- Wrapped in black mink
Donald Byrd- Love has come around
Linda Lewis- I’m in love again

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

DJ Ridym - RnB Sessions 11


Welcome mixtapers to RnB Sessions 11 where I showcase artists old and new. This time out we've got 2 from the UK grime scene from J-Hus and KoJo Funds. Rnb favourites Marsha Ambrosius of Floetry duo, Omar and Glen Lewis. Tyrese and Jodeci making us remember the golden era of RnB followed by some new music from Kehlani, SZA and Sade Emoni.
Talented bassist Thundercat sound brilliant live and has been receiving rave reviews recently so its only fair I add this one to the list. 

Have a great week and I'll catch you on flipside. Peace.

1. J Hus - Common Sense
2. Kojo Funds - Warning
3. Marsha Ambrosius - Luh ya
4. Glen Lewis and Dayne Jordan - Defeated
5. Sade Emoni - Deep Down
6. SZA - Broken Clocks
7. Jodeci - Alone
8. Kehlani ft. Chance The Rapper - The Way
9. Tyrese - I Must Be Crazy
10. Thundercat - Show You The Way
11. Omar ft. Leon Ware - Gave My Heart

Sunday, 4 June 2017

DJ Grizz- Uplifting Soul 2017 pt2

Its not often I post 2 'Uplifting' mixes in one year but there seems to be a lot of hate, despair and negativity out there in the world right now. What we need is more love, hope and positivity so here's my small contribution to tipping the scales to the right side... its Uplifting Soul 2017 pt2!

A selection songs to give you an audio hug starts with Donald Byrd helping us push those problems over, Jimmy Cliff reminds us its really a Wonderful World, Build an Ark prays for the whole world, Bill Withers urges a simple smile to make it better and we end with some spiritual Curtis and the Impressions from 1965. Plus many more songs to help you grab life by the lapel and say 'lets go kid' :) .
 
Peace and love Mixtapers

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Donald Byrd- Dominoes
Diane Reeves- Today will be a good day
Third World- Rejoice
Jimmy Cliff- Wonderful world
Billy Paul- My heads on straight
Gil Scot Heron- Must be something
Build an ark- Prayer for the whole world
Bill Withers- Make a smile
Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions- People get ready

Monday, 29 May 2017

#TheSoulMixtape Tape No.27 on Nuwaveradio

Tape 27 on nuwaveradio.net features Some great Jazz Funk from Judy Roberts and Kamasi Washington, Soul classics from Brenda Lee Eager, Con Funk Shun and Wendell Harrison as well as tracks from The Strangers, The Simeons and Karriem Riggins. Different styles, different decades, same Soulful blueprint.

Check me out on Nuwaveradio where I have a Jam & Lewis mix, Rare Groove 8 and #TheSoulMixtape 34 on rotation at present, and hold tight here for more mixes from Ridym and Grizz. 3 mixes in 3 days!! You've been spoiled!!!



Sunday, 28 May 2017

DJ Ridym - Reggae Rockers 8


Greetings mixtapers and welcome to Reggae Rockers 8 for your one stop reggae fix sure to blow your daily stresses away and make you feel irie!

This time round its back to the old skool with some killer cuts starting with Horace Andy's Skylarking followed by the dub version from none other than the nutty professor of Dub Mr Lee "scratch" Perry. Two from Augustus Pablo in steppers classic Think Twice and Let's Get Started. 
King Tubbys dub of Alton Ellis/I'm not the guy was a no brainer for this mix with Bobby Melody's rare groove of roots reggae anthems gives the mix the perfect balance. Ending the mix with the mighty Twinkle Brothers Never Get Burn and finally two Dubs from The Roots Radics Band.

The Roots Radics Band are more known for backing big named artists such as Barington Levy, Gregory Isaacs and Michael Prophet however for Flash Gordon meets Luke Skywalker they've teamed up with dub masters Scientist and Prince Jammy's studio to rework Linval Thompsons Skillful Man to produce this dub nugget.

Tune in for more from DJ's SoulnRnB and Grizz. Until next time ✡

1. Horace Andy - Skylarking
2. Lee "Scratch" Perry - Public Jestering
3. Augustus Pablo - Think Twice
4. Linval Thompson - Marijuana
5. Linval Thompson - Jamaican Colley
6. Dennis Brown - Africa We Want to go
7. Augustus Pablo - Let's Get Started
8. King Tubbys - Politricks Dub
9. Bobby Melody - Jah Bring I Joy
10. Twinkle Brothers - Never Get Burn
11. Roots Radics - Flash Gordon Meets Luke Skywalker
12. Roots Radics - The Son of Darth Vader

DJ Grizz- Summer Soul 2017

Sun's out in London! Parks, beaches and pub gardens are busy! We need a soulful soundtrack to go with it! Here's Summer Soul 2017.... packed full of Soul, Jazz funk and Sunshine Grooves for a hot sunny day!

The Summer fest starts with a 60's Soul classic about kicking back in the park, Saun and Starr add some funk to the mix, War gives us their take on Summer cruisin', we've an updated version of the Roy Ayers sunshine anthem, Leon Ware gets away from it all, and we end on the mellowest of Summer grooves with a Kool and the Gang classic.

Enjoy the Soul and the Sun Mixtapers!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Friends of Distinction- Grazing in the grass
Saun and Starr- Sunshine
Phoenix Express- You make my life a sunny day
Al Jarreau and Diane Reeves- Brazilian love affair
War - Summer
Roy Ayers and Erykak Badu- Everybody loves the sunshine
Investigators- Summertime blues
Leon Ware- Holiday
kool and the gang- Summer madness

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

DJ Ridym - Dusty Roads 2


Welcome mixtape fans to the second chapter of Dusty Roads. This time I've decided to mix things up a bit with some world music and what better way to start the global journey than with the jazz-funk dance monster Mysteries of the World.
 Broken beat up next provided by Shokazulu and the 2000 black family. I then stick in a recent version of Bob James' classic Nautilus. 

Keeping with the flow of things we go 3 the afro-beat way before I hit you with pure confusion, an afro-latin tune from German based outfit Truby Trio featuring the talented Spanish vocals of Concha Buika.
I continue the Spanish vibe with Stevie Wonder and Bobbi Humphrey/Mizzell Brothers before taking a last minute diversion and emergency landing this mix in Brazil courtesy of Seu Jorge/Talib Kweli and Sergio Mendes feat. Jill Scott.

As always I hope you enjoy. Adios!

1. MFSB - Mysteries Of The World
2. Shokazulu - Part 4
3. Nautilus - Nuyorican Soul
4. Manu Dibango - New Bell
5. Femi Kuti - Truth Don Die
6. Fertile Ground - Spirit World
7. Truby Trio - Jaleo
8. Bobbi Humphrey - Uno Esta
9. Stevie Wonder - Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
10. Talib Kweli - Favela Love (feat.Seu Jorge)
11. Sergio Mendes (feat. Jill Scott) - Let Me

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Dj Grizz- 80's Soul Club Classics 3

Hitch up those leg warmers and square off the shoulder pads Mix-tapers as we take another journey to the dancefloors of yesteryear... its 80's Soul Club Classics Vol.3.

We begin with a massive hit from Midnight Starr, some great formation dancing from the Whispers (check out the vid on YouTube!), Captain Skyy goes electro, there's a Cheryl Lynn 80's anthem, and we end with ex-Slave band member Steve Washington keeping up the Funk quota... plus many more good grooves from the 1980's!

The other blog boys are up soon....enjoy my Funky friends!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Midnight Star- Midas touch
The Whispers- Keep on loving me
Young and Co- Waiting on your love
Aurra- like i like it
Captain Sky- Dont touch that dial
Cheryl Lynn- Encore
Sinnamon- thanks to you
Active Force- Give me your love
Steve Washington- Please dont go

Monday, 15 May 2017

DJ Ridym - Rare Soul Mix 8


Talk about spoilt for choice, It looks like a great week for all you rare soul lovers out there what with SoulnRnB's This is rare groove part 7 and Grizz's Soul niceness 129 it's practically a rare groove extravaganza!
I've decided to follow suit and add part 8 of my Rare Soul Mixes to the party. Jam packed with an hours worth of top rare soul for you lucky listeners out there with artists Spade Brigade, The Harden Brothers and Cloud One what's not to like? So crank up the volume and let it move you and I'll be back real soon with some more next time.

1. Spade Brigade - I'm Your Man
2. Donna McGhee - Mr Blindman
3. The Jack Sass Band - Where Is The Love
4. Mojoba - Say You Will
5. The Harden Brothers - Deep Inside Of You
6. Damaris - What About Love
7. Curtis Mayfield - Love To Keep You In My Mind
8. Chaka Khan - So Naughty
9. Crystal Clear - Stay With Me
10. Norman Connors - Sing A Love Song
11. Rufus & Chaka Khan - Everlasting Love
12. Love Unlimited - If You Want Me
13. Cloud One - Dust To Dust

Sunday, 14 May 2017

DJ Grizz- Soul Niceness 129

Back for another mix with more quality Soul and Rare Grooves than you can shake a stick at... its Soul Niceness 129!

The Soul-fest starts with a Rare Groove 2step party favourite from Haywood Tucker, there's a Johnny Bristol classic, an early 80's monster from Lowrell, Delegation give us the original to the Arnie's Love hit, and we end on a Blue Eyed Soul nugget from jazz-man Michael Franks... plus more top stuff to get into!!

I'll be back... before you know it!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Haywoode Tucker- Never drive you crazy
Johnny Bristol- strangers in the dark corners
Eric Mercury- Get it right
Lowrell- Mellow mellow right on
Toast- Its just an illusion
Delegation- I figure i’m out of your life
Roy Ayers - Feelin good
Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes- Feels like magic
Michael Franks- One bad habit


Friday, 12 May 2017

This is Rare Groove Part SEVEN. On Nuwaveradio.


Part 7 of my nuwaveradio.net Rare Groove Show includes tracks from Eugene Record, Love Unlimited, LaToya Jackson, Gary Taylor and many more.

Grizz back with you over the weekend and Ill catch you very soon.


Sunday, 7 May 2017

DJ Ridym - Lovers Rock 5


It's Lovers Rock 5 and we've got some good ole favourites for you this time beginning with Carol Thompson's soulful Dreams of You with those vocals that remind me of soul trio The Emotions which is some praise indeed especially as she's solo! Louisa Marks aka Markswoman and the Investigators plus Kofi with lovers rock anthem black pride are all must haves for any lovers rock compilation. Kofi, ex member of lovers rock group Brown Sugar had also worked briefly with Soul II Soul on their 3rd album.

Loads more artists to enjoy on this one so chill out  kick back and enjoy and I'll be back real soon with some more mixes.

1. Carol Thompson - Dreams Of You
2. Junior English - Take Care Of Yourself
3. Matumbi - After Tonight
4. Lloyd Brown - I Know
5. Heptics - Natural Woman
6. Dee Sharp - Let's Rub It Up
7. Louisa Marks - Keep It Like It Is
8. Investigators - Love Is What You Make It
9. Kofi - Black Pride
10. Dennis Brown - Love Has Found It's Way
11. Sugar Minott - Mind Blowing Decisions
12. Leroy Sibles - Break Up To Make Up

DJ Grizz- Smokey Robinson Mix

Todays mix is a tribute to one of the great voices of Soul, the man who almost invented 'Quiet Storm'... Smokey Robinson! A career that started in the 50's with hits in the 60's 70's and 80's both with the Miracles and as a solo singer/songwriter but also as a founder of Motown records... you know you are a musical icon when you can be instantly identified by just your first name- here's my 'Smokey' mix!

As always it a very personal choice from a large back catalogue but we start with an all time 60's classic- Tears of a Clown, there's a laid back anthem in Cruising, a favourite of mine in Family Song, the iconic Tracks of my Tears, and ends on the Mellow Soul blueprint for all Mellow Soul Grooves in Quiet Storm... plus more!

Back before long with more good stuff!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Tears of a clown
Satisfaction
Cruising
Wanna know my mind
Ever had a dream
Family song
Ooh baby baby
Tracks of my tears
Quiet Storm

Monday, 1 May 2017

SoulNRnB's Street Sounds Sessions 2017 PART ONE



First of this years upfront mixes has some BIG names:

Thundercat; Omar feat. the late great Leon Ware; A Soul II Soul reunion in the form of Simon Law and Caron Wheeler; Some great Hip Hop from Talib Kweli and Raekwon; The excellent Moonchild; Jazzy Jeff's genius project The PLAYlist feat Glenn Lewis...... I could go on but just press play below and you'll see what I mean!

Dont forget to check me out on Nuwaveradio.net and i'll be back soon with some more great music courtesy of #TheSoulMixtape


Sunday, 30 April 2017

DJ Grizz- The Best of Jazz Funk 2

Back for another helping of the old school dance floor good stuff- its The Best of Jazz Funk Vol.2!

This selection of spinners and shufflers starts with George Dukes ode to beaches and bikinis in Brazilian Love Affair, Herbie does his thing, Brit Jazz-Funkers offer a weekender anthem in Flying High, there's a classic Grover Washington Jr live tune, more Brazilian goodness from Gilberto Gil and we end on flautist's Hubert Laws tribute to Family... plus more!

Enjoy a Jazzy weekend Mixtapers!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

George Duke- Brazilian love affair
B Baker Chocolate co- Snowblower
Herbie Hancock- I though it was you
Freeez- Flying high
Dexter Wansel- Life on mars
Brothers Johnson- Streetwave
Grover Washington Jr- Sausalito
Gilberto Gil- Toda menina bahiana
Hubert Laws - Family

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

DJ Ridym - Old Skool Hip Hop Volume 1



Welcome mixtapers to the first of my new mix series titled Old Skool Hip Hop where I'll be featuring hip hop from east coast, west coast and everything in between.

Volume 1 kicks off with Mos Def's excellent version of Jam On It followed by the original from Newcleus. More electro hip hop from Afrika Bambaataa, Madlib and Man Parish before switching to hardcore east coast rap from the Shaolin kingpins Wu-Tang Clan with tracks from Raekwon, Ghostface Killer and Ol Dirty Bastard AKA ODB.

We then go west coast gangster rap with Snoop and NWA before finishing neatly with Grand Puba and I Like It. Mr Puba, one of our unsung hero's of rap was once a member of rap trio Brand Nubians and prior to this released his debut album with rap group Masters of Ceremony in 1988. Since then he has collaborated with other big name artists such as Missy Elliot, Mary J Blige, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-1, Fat Joe and Q-tip and is still making music with his recent release last year titled Black To The Future.

Enjoy and I'll be back real soon but until then look out for mixes from DJ's SoulnRnB and Grizz.

One Love

1. Mos Def - Jam On It
2. Newcleus - Jam On It
3. Afrika Bambaataa - Planet Rock
4. Madlib - Open (Space)
5. Man Parish - Hip Hop Be Bop
6. Raekwon - Baggage Handlers
7. Ghostface Killa - Wu Banga
8. Wu Tang Clan - Triumph
9. Ol Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo
10. NWA - Alwayz Into Something
11. Snoop Dogg - Lodi Dodi
12. Grand Puba - I Like It

Sunday, 23 April 2017

DJ Grizz- Soul Niceness 128

Morning Mixtapers- welcome back for another helping of the good stuff! Choc full of Rare Grooves and old Soul its Soul Niceness Vol.128.

Todays dish begins with an Earth Wind and Fire LP gem, Wilbert Longmire gets us looking forward to the Summer with an EWF cover, Jerry Butler gives us a Soul nugget, there's a 60's monster from Sonji Clay (Muhammad Ali's 1st wife!) and we end on some goodness from the Pointer Sisters... plus more!

Catch you soon Soul people!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Earth Wind and Fire- Song in my heart
Wilbert Longmire- Loves holiday
Three Prophets- I think i really love you
Darrow Fletcher- Love is my secret weapon
Richard Dimples Fields- Gotta keep doing
Jerry Butler- Stop steppin on my dreams
Josie James- win your love
Sonji Clay- I cant wait
The Pointer Sisters- The love too good to last

Saturday, 22 April 2017

DJ Ridym - Old Skool 80's Volume 2


Welcome listeners to the Soul Mixtape and this time out we're gonna take a trip in our Delorean and head back to the glorious 80's for some timeless R&B classics.

The cover photo featuring Rene Moore and Angela Winbush acts as the perfect road sign to let you know you've arrived at your destination. The duo faithfully known as Rene & Angela recorded just 3 albums before their break up in '86 but despite this Angela went on to have a long and successful career into the 90's. I suggest if you get the chance check out the video of It's the real thing you'll see a very young Don Cheadle bustin' some ridiculous dance moves that certainly got me laughing I guess we all had to start somewhere!

Other artists in this mix such as Atlantic Star, The Funkmasters, Juicy and The Controllers all contributed to making this the decade for R&B and Boogie (we'll not mention the new jack swing!)

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did and look out for volume 3 next time. Jah Bless

1. Atlantic Starr - Silver Shadow
2. Sahara - Love So Fine
3. Rene & Angela - I Love You More
4. Cashflow - Mine All Mine
5. Angela Winbush - It's The Real Thing
6. Rufus & Chaka Khan - Ain't Nobody
7. Barbara Mitchell - Never Had A Love Like This
8. The Funkmasters - I Can't Believe It's Over
9. Tashan - Read My Mind
10. The Controllers - Stay
11. Viola Wills - Dare To Dream
12. Juicy - Sugar Free
13. Miles Jaye - Let's Start Over

Sunday, 16 April 2017

DJ Grizz- Reggae Got Soul 10

Summertime is just around the corner so lets get into the sunshine mood with a Reggae Version Excursion. Featuring a selection of great Soul tunes but in a Reggae vibe... its Reggae Got Soul Vol. 10!

We start with a version of the Isley Brothers hit, Mahalia Saunders does Erma Franklins (Aretha's big sister) often covered 60's original justice, Rare Groove fans will recognise the Leon Haywood favourite covered by Wendy Walker, Sonia gives us her take on Gwen McCrae's Funky Sensation, and we end on some classic Smokey but done by Bitty Mclean.... and more!

Have a great Easter Mixtapers

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape

Paris Connection- Whos that lady
Blossom Brown- Oh no not my baby
Mahalia Saunders- Piece of my heart
Claudette Miller and the Ebony Sisters- Too much heaven
Roy Gee- Id rather go blind
Wendy Walker- Its got to be mellow
Sonia- Reggae sensation
The Soul Messengers- Do it til your satisfied
Bitty Mclean- Cruising

Saturday, 15 April 2017

#TheSoulMixtape EASTER DOUBLE BILL Tapes No.25 & 26 on Nuwaveradio



Another Double bill of #TheSoulMixtape as featured on Nuwaveradio, especially for your Easter weekend break!

Featuring the likes of Royce Da 5'9, O'Donel Levy, Rockie Robbins, Aquanote, Geraldine Hunt, Kofi, Jhelisa, Reva Devito and many more. Press play below and have a ready made Easter weekend Soundtrack!

Grizz back tomorrow, enjoy your holidays, ill be back soon!




Sunday, 9 April 2017

DJ Ridym - RnB Sessions 10



Howdie mixtapers hope you're enjoying the fantastic weather we're having right now and looking forward to RnB Sessions 10 with that summer vibe that'll hopefully help convince the hot weather to stay around until summer.

This time around I'm rubbing slightly against the grain with some upfront mellow jazz tracks with Sacha Vee, Robert Glasper, RC & The Grits and Ben Locle Soul. Mixing it up slightly shaken but definitely not stirred with some funk from Ms P-Funk herself Georgia Anne Muldrow who also provides her signature sound to the Robert Glasper track The Consequences Of Jealousy teaming up with Meshell Ndegeocello with her unmistakeable voice.

For me rappers Odissee and Chance The Rapper complements this mix just right before I close the deal with a monster  jazz funk nugget by Josef Leimberg.

Hope you enjoy this week's session, make sure you check back with us real soon for some more mixes from the team here at The Soul Mixtape. Peace

1. Sacha Vee - Music Child
2. Karriem Riggins - Summer Maddness S.A
3. Aaron Abernaty - Play It Cool
4. Solange - Cranes In The Sky
5. RC & The Gritz - Melodies
6. Ben Loncle Soul - All The Way
7. RC & The Grits - Leave Me Alone feat. Erykah Badu
8. Robert Glasper - The Consequences Of Jealousy feat. Meshell Ndegeocello
9. Georgia Anne Muldrow - Simple Advice
10. Chance The Rapper - Mixtape
11. Oddisee - No Sugar No Cream
12. Moonchild - Be Free
13. Robert Glasper - Thinking Bout You
14. Josef Leimberg - Intersteller Universe

DJ Grizz- Roy Ayers Mix

Something from the daddy of Jazz Funk today... Mr Roy Ayers. 77 years young this year and still playing on the circuit he was a 70's pioneer of the Jazz Funk sound. Firstly with his band Ubiquity then as a solo artist on the Polydor label Mr Ayer's grooves were a staple of the Soul/jazz Funk club and weekender scene throughout the 70' and 80's. Here's some of his best stuff.

We kick off with a Club monster in Running Away, a cool cut from 1982 in Turn me Loose, there's a collaboration with Crusader Wayne Henderson, an anthem with Love Will Bring Us Back Together, the sublime Searching and end on the huge Everybody Loves The Sunshine- here in a slightly alternate version.... plus many more jazz funk memories from back in the day.

Enjoy your week Mixtapers!

Grizz- The Soul Mixtape Blog

Running Away
Life is just a moment pt2
Turn me loose
No Deposit no return ft Wayne Henderson
I wanna touch you baby
Love will bring us back together
Don’t stop the feeling
Searching
Everybody loves the sunshine (alt take)

Sunday, 2 April 2017

DJ Ridym - Chapter & Verse of DUB


Get your bass levels up and make sure your eardrums are prepped as it's Chapter & Verse of DUB with yours truly the resident dub chemist!

This mix has just the right selection for those of you who like your dub bass maxed out with killer cuts from my favourite sound systems Aba Shanti-I, Jah Shaka and the Vanguard of Dub Iration Steppas plus more from Horace Andy, Mad Professor and Power Steppas.

Mad Professor and Scientist before him were some of the the best dub producers/mixers of their day bringing new ideas with a wide range of dub special effects. I will definitely play something from Scientist next time out probably on my regular Reggae Rockers mix so look out for that one.

To end the mix I went with Roman Stewart's Rice & Peas and followed that with the Iration Steppas version. The Iration Steppas' exclusive dub plate cut of Michael Prophet's you been talking would have been THE perfect track to sign off with but unfortunately that little gem is an exclusive dub plate that I'm sure Mark Iration has under lock and key, but hey maybe one day I can get an exclusive play of it right here at the Soul Mixtape, here's hoping!

Enjoy the dub, Jah Bless.

1. Mad Professor - Afrocentric Dub
2. Mad Professor - Kathmandu
3. The Power Steppers - Aural Exciter
4. Horace Andy - Cuss Cuss in Dub
5. Aba Shanti-I - Ghetto
6. Iration Steppas - No War Dub
7. Jah Shaka & Mad Professor - Wig Wam
8. Aba Shanti-I - Tear Down Babylon
9. Roman Stewart - Rice & Peas
10. Iration Steppas - Rice & Peas