coke escovedo_no one to depend on the pazant brothers_you've got to do your best patrice rushen_let there be funk pure essence_wake up sly & the family stone _ the same thing the pointer sisters_yes we can can mandrill_positive thing the jimmy castor bunch_potential larry williams ft.maceo parker_funky force coke escovedo_easy come easy go coke escovedo_life is a tortured love affair coke escovedo_hot soul single cellophane_super queen
dan hartman_vertigo/relight my fire destination_move on up jimmy bo horne_spank gonzales_haven't stopped dancing yet bonnie pointer_heaven must have sent you brainstorm_loving is really my game sylvester_you make me free gibson brothers_que sera mi vida grace jones_i need the man gary's gang_keep on dancin' instant funk_i got my mind made up santa esmeralda_please don't let me be misunderstood
Most People know Ray Parker Jr from the hit track from the movie Ghostbusters, but he started out with a group called Raydio, and had a bunch of hits. Here are his most popular tracks all mixed back to back. If you like the mix, please click on the LIKE button, or leave a COMMENT, or better yet, do both. You can also share the link so your friends can listen to it too. Thanks.
Hi guys, welcome to this weeks mix, its part 2 of my Joey Negro mix with some of his more recognizable tracks and a couple of little surprises in the form of his mix of Roxy musics 'Angel eyes' that works so well without him changing the fabric of the song. Anyway, hope you enjoy and please feel free to comment.Also, please check out my facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Dance-Year-Classics-with-Stuart-Naylor/444763918934088 Or check out Streamtronic radio where I play my mixes at 17.30 every Saturday GMT.http://streamtronic.webeden.co.uk/
sweet daddy floyd_i just can help my self black rock_new york city bump new ghetto express_standing on the verge of getting it on communicators & black experiences band_is it funky enough freda harris & the birmingham rhythm _feeling funky della reese_it was a very good year pam kellum_what you see you can't get hank johnson_you lost your thing james big sambo young and the house_barkin' up the wrong tree billy sha-rae_let's do it again john de_hot pants u.s.a. brother soul_mister boogie new world_j.r. billy wade & the 3rd degrees_tear it up mary davis_danger! (playboy at work) hott snow_let nature take its course carl holmes & the commanders feat.pervis herder_crossin' over william v. gee_rockin on down
..funk mix,dance to rhythm of voodoo,doo dah doo doo !!
Here is my latest Classic Disco Mix. It starts of with a classic dance track that will make you beg for more, more, more. It then goes into a funky track from Ray Parker Jr and Raydio. Then some Stevie Wonder, followed by some Madonna, a little Tina Turner, and my new personal remix of Marvin Gay. This is followed my a Rod Stewart hit, and finishes off with some Abba. All in all, a nice slow tempo 30 minute mix. As usual, my mixes are best enjoyed with some good quality headphones, or cranked way up through some good speakers. If you like the mix, please click on the LIKE button. It only takes a second and I put a huge amount of work in these mixes. If you download it, please leave a comment.
bob-a-rela_spend the night the whispers_and the beat goes on midnight star_operator al hudson & soul partners _how do you do one way feat.al hudson_do your thang tyrone brunson_sticky situation star box_let's rocket aurra_are you single change_a lover's holiday brass construction_do your thang one way_cutie pie tom tom club_genius of love bob-a-rela_tobacco road bob-a-rela_money (pink floyd cover)
Click this link for part.1http://jazz42.podomatic.com/entry/2013-02-21T10_48_53-08_00 The Loft is the location for the first underground dance party (Love Saves the Day) that was created by David Mancuso on February 14, 1970, in New York City. Since then, the term The Loft has come to represent Mancuso's own version of a non-commercial party where no alcohol, food, or beverages are sold. Mancuso's vision of a private party is similar to, and inspired by the rent party and house party. Unlike conventional nightclubs or discotheques, attendance is by invitation only. In the early 1980s, Mancuso abandoned the generally accepted and expected practice of beatmatching, preferring to play songs in their entirety on his renowned audiophile-quality sound system, considered to be the best in New York (and among the best in the world) during the venue's heyday. When Mancuso threw his first informal house parties, the gay community was often harassed in the bars and dance clubs. At The Loft and many other early, private discotheques they could dance together without fear of police action thanks to Mancuso's legal, yet underground, business model. The initial Loft was Mancuso's own home at 647 Broadway. The collapse of a neighboring hotel forced a move to 99 Prince Street in Soho in 1975. Vociferous community opposition ensued, and the party lay dormant for a year during the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs' longest administrative trial to date, based on their insistence that Mancuso required a "cabaret license". The department decreed in 1975 that he was free to host his parties as long as there were no sales of food or beverages. This decision set a new precedent that benefited the Paradise Garage and other private "clubs" in the process. The period also saw Mancuso's space serve as headquarters for the New York Record Pool, the very first Record Pool, which he founded with Vince Aletti and Steve D'Acquisto. Many of the disco era's leading disc jockeys, including Larry Levan, Nicky Siano and Frankie Knuckles were early Loft attendees. Their venues (the Paradise Garage, The Gallery, Chicago's Warehouse, and the exclusively gay The Saint) were influenced by the Loft. Nonetheless, Mancuso maintained his niche, breaking such unconventional records as Manu Dibango's "Soul Makossa" and the Steve Miller Band's "Macho City" at his weekly events. In the early 80's Mancuso purchased a building on 3rd Street between Avenue B and Avenue C in Alphabet City. Not yet benefiting from gentrification, the new crime-and-drug ridden setting resulted in him losing "65 percent of my attendance."Around this time, DJ and promoter impresario, Richard Vasquez began his influential and exclusive weekly parties named, The Choice at this location along with Joey Llanos. The party kept the spirit of the early Mancuso parties while embracing the early days of Deep House Music. In 1994, Mancuso relocated to a smaller space on nearby Avenue A, and subsequently downsized further to another location on Avenue B. Since then, Mancuso has continued to throw 3 to 5 Loft parties per year at an undisclosed location in the East Village while organizing general admission Loft-style events in locales as disparate as Los Angeles and Shibuya. 1999 and 2000 saw the release of the defunct Nuphonic Records' David Mancuso presents The Loft anthologies on CD and vinyl, all of which are now highly collectible and hard to find. Enjoy mix and produced by Jazz 42 If you enjoy my music a like at this link would be cool thanks for the support..https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Jazzy-Mix-Production-Party-Promoter-Music-Producer-and-Video-Editor/193035310741365?fref=ts
Hi and welcome to this weeks mix, it's part 1 of a tribute to the king of disco Mr Joey Negro! As with last week on my Frankie Knuckles mix Joey is a DJ, Producer and artist in his own right. I have included a mix of all on this and next weeks mix.I have now set up a facebook page please have a look, just type 'The dance year classics with stuart naylor' I am also doing mixes for an online radio streaming site called Streamtronic radio, please give it a listen, some fantastic DJ's on there! https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Dance-Year-Classics-with-Stuart-Naylor http://streamtronic.webeden.co.uk/
Here's my latest Italo disco mix vol. A lot of new Italo Disco in the mix.Enjoy and leave a comment if you like.
01.Manco - Step By Step 02.Italolove - Follow Me To Mexico 03.Karl Olivas - Follow Me (Dos Extended Mix 2013) 04.Thomas Baines - The Passion 05.Ken Martina - Love Is Forever 06.Sandra - Stay In Touch 07.Mflex ft Blondfire - Where The Kids Are 08.Hot Hot Hawk - Space Traveler 09.Boris Zhivago - In A World Of Fantasy 10.TQ - Let The night Remain Forever 11.Albert One - Stay (I Venti Remix) 12.Space Storm - Girl Of Lucifer 13.Fresh Color - Helpless 14.Mflex ft Monte Kristo - Lady Valentine 15.Vanello - Future Vibes 16.Melissa - Shine 17.TQ ft Trans X - My Fascination 2013 18.Trans X - Into The Light 19.Ann Lee - I Get The Feeling 20.Casanova - Casanova 21.SZMC - Out Of Nowhere 22.Marcel De Van - Don't Leave Me 23.Eric Destler ft Franka - Run