Now playing some sweet Soul, R&B and Funk

(Sean) #1084


(Sean) #1085


(Sean) #1086


(Sean) #1087

One of my all time favourite songs and recordings. Epic production.


(Sean) #1088



(Sean) #1089

Classic sample of Jaco Pastorius’ ‘Portrait of Tracy’.


(Sean) #1090

This 1993 remix features an ~18 year old Pharrell Williams, with the classic “S…The double…The U…The V!”

And of course there’s the classic sample of Michael Jackson’s Human Nature.


(Sean) #1091

I love it when Fourplay get funky with it.

(Sean) #1092



Some beautiful classic tracks on this compilation!


(Sean) #1094

Not sure how he came up with this rapid fire part. Genius.

(Sean) #1095

(Sean) #1096

Gorgeous acoustic performance by multi talented singer/songwriter/guitarist Joe.

On Tidal.


(Jan) #1097

Enjoying this!

(Jan) #1098

I’ll share this here as well. Seinabo Sey performing Truth.

(Sean) #1099


Loved this re-visit/review.:

And I LOVE a great story :slightly_smiling_face:

Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday / Wembley

Stevie Wonder landed in England on the Saturday morning of the concert and went straight to Wembley Stadium, where a room was prepared for him and his band to warm up. He was to appear in the evening after UB40. His appearance had not been announced.
UB40 were finishing their set on the main stage, and Wonder’s equipment was set up, plugged in and ready to be rolled on after a 10-minute act on a side stage. He was about to walk up the ramp to the stage when it was discovered that the hard disc of his synclavier, carrying all 25 minutes of synthesised music for his act, was missing. He said he could not play without it, turned round, walked down the ramp crying, with his band and other members of his entourage following him, and out of the stadium.
There was an urgent need to fill the gap he had left and Tracy Chapman, who had already performed her act, agreed to appear again. The two appearances shot her to stardom, with two songs from her recently-released first album, “Fast Car” and “Talkin’ 'Bout a Revolution”. Before the concert, she had sold about 250,000 albums. In the following two weeks, she was said to have sold two million.

(Sean) #1100

Taking it back to 1962 with one of the originals. Gone way too soon.


(Sean) #1101


(Sean) #1102

Love the jazzy soulful production on this track.



Qobuz lists this album under Jazz, but the name of the band suggests otherwise. Indeed, there are some groovy tracks! The recording is outstanding as well!