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BamaLoveSoul Radio
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May 22, 2016 06:27 AM PDT

The Unpacking is a mix I recently created to have something to relax to while returning clothes, albums and equipment to their proper place after performing several consecutive gigs or just a weekend of travel. Unpacking is inevitable and like most things, it's easier to do when good music is involved. This mix is equally effective for mentally unpacking and unwinding after a long day, or shedding prohibitive thoughts in preparation for an ambitious endeavor. Press play, enjoy this cocktail of Soul, Jazz, Funk, & Hip Hop and prepare to move to the next step.
Thanks for listening to The Diamond Soul XXXperience!

April 21, 2016 04:19 AM PDT

The passing of Malik "Phife" Taylor affected me more profoundly than the death of any previous musical celebrity to date. I never met him personally but bonded with A Tribe Called Quest's aesthetics as a Freshman in high school. During this period of self discovery I began to select music that was derived from my tastes, not the influence of my peers and immediately felt a connection to the "Bohemian" band of brothers. Their nonconformist approach to style and music set them apart from their counterparts who embraced them wholly and showed others, me specifically, that standing out isn't always the polar opposite of fitting in. The sentiment was much-needed at the time and still holds true to this day.
Phife's passing sucked the desire to listen to, enjoy, and share music from me. Only when I began to prep for my DJ gig in St Louis this past weekend did I begin to rediscover the joy I find in music. Grief affects us all differently I suppose. This mix is my release of the sadness I felt and a true expression of my love of music. Thank you for your patience during this time and I'll resume providing consistent quality content on BamaLoveSoul shortly. Until then, enjoy

March 06, 2016 03:17 PM PST

Put some soul in Women's History Month with our latest mix of female vocalists. DJ Rahdu throws down one hour of Classics, Remixes, Flips, and Brand New joints featuring only women on the mic for your listening pleasure. Tune in and bear witness to wonderful women from around the world

February 21, 2016 10:46 AM PST

Finally, here's the followup to our first instrumental mix, Shop Music 001! The premise of the initial mix was to create hip, diverse musak for shop-owners but the feedback has shown it's good for other things as well: rides w/the kids, co-workers, bosses, & parents as well as for entertaining mixed company withouth knowing everyone's proanity limit. Part 2 is filled with new music, as well as treats from past interviewees like Tall Black Guy, Freddie Joachim, and Elaquent. Enjoy

February 07, 2016 03:44 PM PST

One year and 2 entries later, Some Jazz returns for Super Bowl Sunday! No matter which team you're pulling for, Some Jazz 19 is perfect for bringing your pressure down if the opposing team is running the score up. This episode is dedicated to the passing of singer/songwriter/drummer/producer, member of 9 man crew Earth Wind & Fire, and so much more Maurice White. His passing, amidst other recent home-goings personal and otherwise, reinforce the powerful effect we can have on others when we stay true to our art and are given the opportunity to share it. Truly a Shining Star, he will not be soon forgotten and I encourage all to lead their lives so this sentiment will be bestowed upon you as well. Enjoy!
Shout out to Cleve Eaton!

February 07, 2016 03:42 PM PST

As the month of February began I read a FB status requesting the favor of no mixes or reworks of Dilla's work this year. Discontent with the trendy and overwhelming amount of Dilla output this time of year, I could understand the intent of the statement but disagreed with the sentiment. To many, Dilla is a mark to be achieved or surpassed and recreating or remixing his work may be just the tool to help them find their own sound. Just as Dilla admired Pete Rock and probably tried his hand at flipping some of Pete's works, these producers/singers/MCs are showing their love and respect to a fallen hero.
Since his passing, I've collected a large number of hours of Dilla tributes, jacks, remakes, flips, etc and here is my hour long mix of these reworks. Please enjoy!

January 31, 2016 01:10 PM PST

Tonight's Diamond Soul XXXperience features prolific producer Freddie Joachim, who I place in my top 10 favorite producers list. You may have heard him on Joey Badass 2015 B4.Da.$$ or read about him on Okayfuture's best Erykah Badu remixes post. I sit down with him and find out what producers he's listening to, discuss technology and find out who he would like to work with. Listen and enjoy then rate, review and subscribe on iTunes

January 24, 2016 08:34 AM PST

After summoning the courage to perform in an Alice Coltrane tribute in 2007, tonight's guest, Brandee Younger has become a force on the NYC music scene. You may have heard her on the intro to Common's Finding Forever, or even with John Legend, but you must make time to preorder her upcoming album Wax & Wane. Her sophomore project is described as a fusion of Jazz, Hip Hop & Funk and I call it a "must listen" for any fans of her idol Dorothy Ashby. We discuss her idols, the obstacles of toting a Harp to gigs, her upcoming album and much more!

Brandee Younger - Oriental Folk Song
Columbia Nights - Didn't Cha Know
Mark De Clive Lowe - Move On Up (Opaque Remix)
Michael Jackson - Off the Wall (Stro Elliot Flip)
K-Def x AG x Damu the Fudgemunk - Gotta Get Away
Kev Brown x Grap Luva - Power Packs 101 (Kenny Keys Mix)
Ta-Ku - Fourteen
Jill Scott - Slowly Surely
Andra Day - No Make Up (Kendrick Lamar Cover)
Diggs Duke - He Wants to Live Like you
Brandee Younger - He Has A Name (Awareness)
Brandee Younger Interview pt 1
Brandee Younger - Dorothy Jeanne
Brandee Younger Interview pat 2
Brandee Younger - Soul Vibrations
Blackalicious - Swan Lake
The Dangerfeel Newbies - Swingin With the New jacks (Kai Alce's Distinctive Remix)
Yusef Rumperfield - Coffe Room Goodbyes Outro
Static KXNG - Dead or Alive
INI - Fain' JAX
Towa Tei - Chrysalis
Brandee Younger - Wax & Wane
Jose James - It's All Over Your Body (Oddisee Remix)
Sweetback - Au Natural ft Bahamadia
Kris Bowers - Forget-Er ft Julia Easterlin
Flako - Twelve O'Clock Shadow ft Miguel Atwood Ferguson

January 20, 2016 03:41 PM PST

Last Friday I interviewed Cecilia Stalin who I first discovered on Swedish electronic duo, Koop’s 2001 sophomore album waltz For Koop. She’s released several Jazz oriented projects since then including John Coltrane tribute Step Like a Giant and last year’s amazing The Story of Love with Daz-I-Kue of Bugz in the Attic and DSXXX Episode guest Khari Simmons. This year, she returns with The Love EP to shine as she shows us she is not easily confined by any genre or label. Enjoy!

Cecilia Stalin - Summer's Coming
Byron the Aquarius - Don't Fall In Love (Prelude)
Hiatus Kaiyote - Nakamarra
Wake Self – I Still Love Her ft Miles Bonny
Floacist – Good Love
Soul Quality Quartet – I’m Not Here
Bebel Gilberto – Ceu Distante (DJ Spinna Remix)
Mabanua – Trap
Mecca:83 – Love Story
4Hero – Morning Child
Koop – Waltz for Koop ft Cecilia Stalin
Cecilia Stalin Interview part 1
Cecilia Stalin x Khari Simmons x Daz-I-Kue– Norwegian Wood
Cecilia Stalin Interview part 2
Cecilai Stalin – You Are ft
Jesse Boykins III – Amorous
Yamin Semali – Work in Progress
BJ the Chicago Kid – Send It On (D’angelo Cover)
Muhsinah – Plan B (Kev Brown Mix)
The Roots – Act Too (Love of My Life) ft Common
Anderson.Paak – The Waters ft BJ the Chicago Kid
Extra Medium - Know Thy Self ft Miles Bonny & John Robinson
Torae – Entitled ft Teedra Moses
Nicholas Ryan Gant – Better
Amel Larrieuz – Weather
Cecilia Stalin – Fall Into Deep

January 17, 2016 08:01 AM PST

I like to put a lot of thought into each entry in The Mental Evolution series because they're really personal and extend beyond just the mere expression of my usual, musical preferences. I've procrastinated creating a new one for the past few years but have been filing selections away in my mental file cabinet for the day I actually attempt the endeavor. Enter Raheem Karim of Music Life Social who hit me Tue evening and asked me to have a mix to him by Fri LOL. As we discussed his expectations, he asked for something to commemorate the celebration of Dr. King's birthday and I immediately thought this would be the perfect opportunity to download and unleash these ME3 tracks from my brain. I completed this in much less time than usual, so please excuse any execution errors but I hope the message is received, in the words of Brother Farnell Newton, in Peace + Love. Thank you for listening!

80's Babies (Tall Black Guy x Dee Jackson) - Darkie
DJ Jazzy Jeff - My Peoples ft Raheem Devaughn
Children of Zeus - Still Standing
Dwele - My People
Richard Pryor x Gil-Scott Heron & Brian Jackson - A Nigga in His Own Mind
Mos Def - Mr. Nigga ft Q-Tip
Electric Conversation - ...from Africa
Reflection Eternal - Africa Dream
J-Live - Ya Momma So Black
Larry Gold - Ain't No Stopping Us Now ft Black Thought
Erykah Badu - Amerykahn Promise
Paper Plane Project - Happiness is Love ft Aloe Blacc
Rapper Big Pooh - Stop
Oddisee x Phonte - Requiem
Kendrick Lamar - Be Alright (Jarreau Vandal Remix)
D'angelo & The Vanguard - The Charade
Farnell Newton - Peace + Love ft Jarrod Lawson
Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment x Angela Davis - Prison Came to Young Black Men
Patrick Paige II - Sunshine
Jose James - The Dreamer

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