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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

New Year & Tributes (Something Else! Radio 1/18/16)


New Year & Tributes - Something Else! Radio by on play.fm

This new show is kind of mixed, emotionally speaking.  Welcoming a new year is generally a happy thing and that is celebrated with some new music.  Like most tales with multiple characters, some didn't make it to the next chapter or exited the story soon after new events. We bid farewell to 3 long-time music artists who cast long shadows: Wilton Felder, saxophonist/bassist of The (Jazz) Crusaders and important session musicianNatalie Cole, daughter of Nat "King" Cole, renown singer/songwriter in her own right; and finally actor/musician/icon David Bowie.  On the new music tip there are tracks by Michael Franti, Makala Jazz Funk Band and Clown Dallas featuring Miranda Nicole.  A full track list is below.
  1. Something Else! Intro
  2. Nommo - The Majick Song - Gary Bartz Ntu Troop I've Known Rivers And Other Bodies
  3. A Message From The Inner City - Crusaders The 2nd Crusade
  4. Life On Mars - Caecilie Norby Reprise! When Jazz Meets Pop
  5. La Costa - Natalie Cole Capitol Rare 2: Funky Notes from the West Coast<
  6. When Sly Calls (Don't Touch That Phone) - Michael Franks Passionfruit
  7. Once A Day (Supa Dups Mix) - Michael Franti & Spearhead Once A Day Remixes (f/Sonna Rele & Supa Dups)
  8. Do You Want To Rock (Before I Let Go) - Funky 4+1 Do You Want To Rock
  9. Fashion - David Bowie Changesbowie
  10. Hector (The Cisco Kids Remix) - Makala Jazz Funk Band Xake! Remixed Vol 1
  11. Raw - Big Daddy Kane Raw/Word To The Mother (Land)
  12. Love Encore (Main Mix) - Clown Dallas ft Miranda Nicole Dynasty Apartment 1
  13. Tell Me All About It - Natalie Cole Danny Krivit In The House Pt. 3
  14. U.N.I.T.Y. - Queen Latifah U.N.I.T.Y.
Lately, I've been revisiting classic hiphop tracks and giving them the T-Bird touch.  The latest is Queen Latifah's song about mutual respect from the 90s, "U.N.I.T.Y." which you can listen to below.

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