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November 12, 2017 12:09 PM PST

I remember picking up Robert Glasper's In My Element and being surprised to hear the Hip Hop, soul and elements of other genres dispersed throughout the album. Although, already a Jazz fan, I was elated at hearing my generation's music represented in an art form that was previously, largely guarded from exploration and breaking form. It seems from that moment until now, as the 2010s come to a close, Jazz has reversed its position and also permeated itself into the prevalent genres of music. Glasper aside, Jazz musicians have become the new rock stars it seems - Common even took Jazz musicians (Glasper, Karriem Riggins, Keyon Harrold, Derrick Hodge, & Elena Pinderhughes) to perform at the White House. The soundtrack to Kendrick Lamar's critically acclaimed album, To Pimp A Butterfly was largely composed and performed by the West Coast Get Down, and some of your favorite emcees can't perform without cats like Robert “Sput” Searight, Nate Smith & Maurice Brown. To the delight of many 80s babies, bassist Stephen "Thundercat" Bruner, gathered Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins for Show You the Way from his 2017 masterpiece, Drunk. The Grammy award winning bassist has worked with everyone from Badu and Bilal to Jhene Aiko and Suicidal Tendencies. The new lions are younger and influenced more by the sounds of Dilla and Hip Hop than Davis and Be Bop. Two sides of the same coin, I suppose because the music must grow or remain stagnant and give credence to the frequently espoused sentiment, "Jazz is Dead" which we know to be untrue.

This mix could scarcely contain all the artists I wanted to include, but it's a nice jumping off point to discover a lot of great, current musicians that will strengthen or create a passion for America's original art form, Jazz.

Richard Spaven - zeebra iii
Ross McHenry - Intercosmos (Prayers Ep Version)
Keyon Harrold - Bubba Rides Again
NAUTILUS - We Live in Brooklyn Baby
Kazumi Kaneda - Ink Ribbon
Daniel Casimir - Cable St
DJ Harrison - Kalimba Tale
Terrace Martin - A Tribe Called West ft Keyon Harrold
Eric Lau - Noma ft Ben Hadwen
Takuya Kuroda - Thirteen
Black Milk - Sonny's Dream ft Robert Glasper & Dwele
Butcher Brown - Rule #1
Jesse Fischer & Sly5thAve - Sly
Maurice Brown - Serendipity
Brandee Younger - Dorothy Jeanne
Christian Sands - Gangsta Lude
Gas Lab - Jazz Cats ft Marcelo Gallo
Trevor Lawrence Jr - Cornerstone ft Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin, Nico Segal
Stro x 14KT x Mark De Clive Lowe - Part Two
Nate Smith - Bounce: Pts I & II
DJ Cam - Cantaloop Island ft Tassel & Naturel
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah - No Love

October 22, 2017 08:33 AM PDT

This mix began as a blend of instrumentals. After I'd selected the 9th Wonder instrumental reworking of Vicki Anderson's Stop on By and Babu's refixing of Dionne Warwick's You're Gonna Need Me, I decided to go another route. Both of the originals have powerful female vocals which immediately put me in the mind of Northen Soul. Leela James and Georgia Anne Muldrow (1/2 of G&D) are current artists that I could easily see handling the reigns after Sharon Jones releases them. Strong drums, pianos and horns throughout and spacy at times, this mix is a 30 minute treat for the discerning listener. Enjoy!

1. Vicki Anderson; Bobby Byrd - You're welcome, Stop On By - Mother Popcorn - Vivid Sound
2. 9th Wonder instrumetal - CD-R
3. DJ Babu - Dee On - Beat Tape, Vol. 1 - Nature Sounds
4. Erykah Badu - The Healer - Nu Amerykah - Universal/Motown
5. Pete Rock; Leela James - No Tears - Soul Survivor 2 - Rapster
6. G&D - Time - Message Uni versa - Look
7. Coultrain - Lilac Tree - The Adventures of Seymour Liberty - Ju Ju Dust
8. Byron the Aquarius - Turn Back Time - CD-R
9. Sa-Ra; Rozzi Daime - So Special - The Hollywood Recordings - Babygrande
10 DJ Spinna - Starz - Compositions - Female Fun
11. Busta Rhymes - Woo-Hah! Got you All In Check! - the Coming - Elektra/WEA
12. Quantic Soul Orchestra - Raw Ingredients - Stampede - Tru Thoughts
13. The Bamboos; Tyra Hammond - Head In the Clouds - Rawville - Tru Thoughts
14. El Michels Affair - Detroit Think Twice - Sounding Out The City - PID
15. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings - How Long Do I Have to Wait For You (Ticklah Remix) - Daptone Records Remixed - Daptone Records

October 19, 2017 03:54 AM PDT

Here’s my dedication to my favorite season of the year, Summer. Summer’s Gone is just over an hour long but I hope it provides continued long term entertainment! Enjoy and let me know what you think

Erykah Badu – Telephone (Freddie Joachim Remix)
The Planty Herbs & Moods – Harlem Swag
Royce Da 5’9 w/Geeman aka Grand Ear– Funk in the Hole, Boom!
Funky DL – Son of a Brown Bomber
Dotmatic – One Like Yoooo
Boom Baptist – Left and Right (interlude remix)
Charlie Peters – Searching for James River
Ekundayo – D and Jello
Bobby Blunt – My Life in the Sunshine
Ishe & Hezekiah – Paradise
K-Murdock – Breakadawn
The Notorious B.I.G. – Kick in (terlude) the Door (Drewbyrd biggie Starr’s Remix)
Question w/ The Notorious B.I.G. – First Juicy Notice
AbJo/Raashan Ahmad – In Love with LeftCoastCruisin’
Applejac – Today feat Tonya Dyson
Colonel Red – I Will Be There
Tony Ozier – Back to the Mitten
Quantic – Ain’t Nuthin But a G Thang (Dre en Cumbia)
Dr. Dre – the Next Episode Pt 2 feat Snoop Dogg (Daru Away Mix)
Stac – All or Nothing (Kidkanevil Remix)
Headnodic – Truth feat Destani Wolf & the Jazz Mafia horns
Blu – K E E P U S H I N N
Dennis Coffey – All Your Goodies Are Gone feat Mayer Hawthorne (Shigeto Remix)
Rahsaan Patterson w/Richard Pryor – God
Toro y Moi – Still Sound (Toby Tobias Moving Sound Remix)
ELQ – Tron’d Out
Floyd the Locsmif – Filthy and Horny
Mathias Stubo – Don’t Look Down
Little Dragon – Summertearz
Eric Roberson – Summertime 2 (Salah Ananse Remix)
Lazy Disco – More Tigers (Mirror People Remix)
Afrolicious – Thursday Night Kinda Swing
The Rurals – On My Way

October 13, 2017 03:21 AM PDT

In my ongoing process of cleaning up all of my music in all of its mediums, I found myself playing CD-Rs in my Jeep to determine which were OK to discard. Kool & The Gang’s Sea of Tranquility begins to play and I’m listening, trying to figure out who did this instrumental cover of D’angelo’s Send It On. (Yeah, right?) I did a Shazam (lol) and when I saw it was K&TG, the idea to do this mix was born (Inspiration is everywhere). I knew a lot of the samples used, but went to whosampled.com to locate any I missed as well as any extra obscure sources. I ended up with just enough for what I thought could be a cool project. The mix quickly turned into a chore amidst the loss of several loved ones and I considered giving this up because I just didn’t have the energy.

While listening to a DJ Premier interview on Hannibal Buress’ Handsome Rambler podcast, Primo begins talking about how D’angelo ended up with the Devil’s Pie beat and I viewed it as a sign to keep going. (Too coincidental to be a coincidence, right?) I persevered, arranged and rearranged the order of songs, & sought interviews and samples I didn’t own before I finally reached out to Chris Read (DJ #1), Head of Content, at whosampled.com and voila. In the end, the mix turned out to be quite therapeutic and I discovered a lot of great tunes in the process.

Thanks to everyone who put up with my grumpiness during this process, and Dewan for listening to the mix in its various manifestations. Shouts out to RonOne, graphic design extraordinaire for the assist on the graphic design! (…even though I did the heavy lifting lol)

I hope you enjoy! – DJ Rahdu

“For our latest guest mix, DJ Rahdu of the crew of tastemaking soul aficionados ‘Bamalovesoul’ delivers a D’Angelo themed mix. Over three quarters of an hour Rahdu explores D’Angelo’s influences with a mix that joins the dots between tracks the Soulquarian has sampled or covered alongside his own tracks with live versions and interview extracts for added flavor” – whosampled.com

May 26, 2017 04:40 AM PDT

Greetings! Unfortunately the past couple of weeks have not allowed me to put together a new podcast, but I found one of my first mixed cds and am sharing that with you today. It's from the mid 2000s, and reminds of the time before albums like Awaken, My Love and a lot of the "now" sound would not have been as acceptable because artists were still making alternative music palatable. Music has come a long way in 10 years and we're all better for it. Enjoy this trip down memory lane, spread the word and join us next week for the 2000 LB Crate Podcast.

May 19, 2017 03:42 AM PDT

This episode was actually recorded for something else and never used. It's a mix of new tracks and tunes that were released when the term neo-soul was still attractive. It's half the length of a normal show but I'm sure you'll enjoy it all the same. Please join us next week when Maysa joins us to discuss her new album and more

May 12, 2017 12:11 PM PDT

This week's podcast is filled with old and new Samples, Remixes, Instrumentals, Samba and more. Plug in, love what you're listenign to and spread the word! Subscribe & Rate HERE
Producer Dru - Fruits & Veggies
Illa J - Sam Cook
Claire Renee - LOL
Rejjie Snow - Purple Tuesday ft Joey Bada$$ & Jesse Boykins III
Orion x Kazumi - The Fourth World
Mamas Gun - Let's Find a Way (DJ Mitsu the Beats Remix)
Resolution 88 - Changing Times Pt 1
FatNice - Time U Miss
Tom Misch - South East
Smiles Davis - Morning Blues ft BOSCO & TOLA
Ty - Inner Love (Samba)
Azymuth - Vila MAriana (De Tarde)
Jamiroquai - Everyday
Columbia Nights - Wait A While
The Mixtapers - Trinity bw/ Blackalicious - Feel That Way
Ronald Bruner, Jr - Doesnt Matter
Cassiano - Onda
NxWorries - Link Up
Omar - Gave Up My Heart (DJ Jazzy Jeff Remix)

May 05, 2017 03:32 AM PDT

Join us this week for a fun excursion into Rahdu's crates featuring Your Old Droog, Nas, Karriem Rigins, Tall Black Guy, El Michels Affair & more!

April 28, 2017 10:09 AM PDT

The 2000LB Crate Podcast is the vehicle I will use to share some of the music I purchase, receive from submissions, or discover as I tag & organize my hard drive. Tagging and organizing my hard drive has proven an equally tedious and fulfilling task as I've unearthed so many treats I'd simply forgotten about. 2017 has also been a good year for music with so many good tunes being released. Shouts out to Simon Harrison' Basic Soul Show and GQ tha Teacha for keeping me up on a lot of albums/singles that would have simply passed me by. Enjoy ep1, provide feedback, like, tweet, rate and share

December 16, 2016 10:09 AM PST

Fall is ending and the temperature is lowering as we prepare for Winter's cold embrace next week. This time of year is also known as Cuffin' Season, a time when you find and/or grab that special loved one with the hopes of acquiring, at the very least, warmth and, at most, presents that reflect your lover's affection. BamaLoveSoul is providing a little of both! Covers 9 is a gift of music inspired by some of your favorite tunes and some you may have never heard of. This compilation is a great mix of Jazz & Soul versions, perfect for generating some warmth while discovering new artists with bae. Grab it below and spread the word!

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