L.boogie Class of 98 / A podcast tribute to Lauryn Hill.
Recorded May 2014 | Soul, Jazz, Hip Hop vibes. Time: 90 Mins | Size: 200 meg
Lauryn Hill – On Music (Skit)
Lauryn Hill – Intro
Lauryn Hill and Curtis Mayfield – Here but Im Gone
Lauryn Hill – When it Hurts So Bad
Lauryn Hill – Ex Factor
Lauryn Hill – Blame It on the Sun (live)
Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley – Turn Your Lights Down Low
The Fugess – How Many Mics
Lauryn Hill – Superstar
Lauryn Hill – Sweetest Thing
Lauryn Hill – To Zion
The Fugees – Ready Or Not
The Fugees – No Woman, No Cry
Lauryn Hill – Final Hour
Kanye West feat. Lauryn Hill – All Falls Down
Fugees – Fu-Gee-La
Lauryn Hill – Killing Me Softly
Joss Stone – Music
Lauryn Hill – Take It Easy
Santana feat. Lauryn Hill & Cee-lo – Do you Like The Way
Nas feat. Lauryn Hill – If I Ruled The World
Lauryn Hill – Every Ghetto, Every City
Lauryn Hill – Everything is Everything
Lauryn Hill – Lost Ones
Lauryn Hill – Forgive Them Father
Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (That Thing)
Lauryn Hill – Music
Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
Lauryn Hill – Freedom (live)
Lauryn Hill – Vocab (live)
1. Brown Sugar – D’Angelo
2. Baby – Angie Stone Ft. Betty Wright
3. The Man – Aloe Blacc
4. Come Close To Me – Common Ft. Mary J. Blige
5. Lady – D’Angelo
6. I Used To Love H.E.R. – Common
7. Ms. Fat Booty – Mos Def
8. I Need A Dollar – Aloe Blacc
9. Celebrate – Common
10. Dirty Hercules – Ngaiire Ft. Nai Palm
11. Left & Right – D’Angelo Ft. Method Man & Redman
12. Say That – Leela James Ft. Anthony Hamilton
13. B.U.D.D.Y. – Musiq Soulchild
14. Mathematics – Mos Def
15. Definition – Black Star
16. Just Friends (Sunny) – Musiq Soulchild
17. Ascension (Don’t Ever Wonder) – Maxwell
18. Music – Leela James
19. Woo – Anthony Hamilton
20. The Light – Common
21. Brown Sugar (Fine) – Mos Def
22. Sumthin’ Sumthin’ – Maxwell
23. Nobody Else – Anthony Hamilton
24. Good Time – Leela James
25. I Wanna Thank Ya – Angie Stone Ft. Snoop Dogg
26. Forthenight – Musiq Ft. AAries
27. Get To Know Ya – Maxwell
28. You – Nathaniel
29. Been Good – Miracle Ft. Kim Cesarion
30. Wake Me Up (Acoustic) – Aloe Blacc
31. Wish I Didn’t Miss You – Angie Stone
32. Loving You Is Killing Me – Aloe Blacc
33. Charlene – Anthony Hamilton
34. Pretty Wings – Maxwell
35. Untitled (How Does It Feel) – D’Angelo
1. Get Down Edits – Do For Love
2. Nas – Can I (Reflex Remix)
3. Mean Fiddler & Treacherous Three – The Body Rock (Pide Piper Hip Hop Dope Mix)
4. Kartell – Two Step
5. Mashed Up Funk – Tycoons Message
6. Gramatik – U R The One
7. No Requests – I Love Biggie More
8. Dads On Display – Do You Disco
9. Dirty Dubsters ft. Afu Ra – Real Shit
10. Bobby C Sound TV – Ready Steady
11. DJ Maars – Loose Juice
12. Donald Byrd – Wind Paradise (King Most Dub Em’Down Redirection)
13. Funky DL ft. Amy Winehouse – Made For You
73’Till infinity is lucky enough to be hosting a very special guest from NYC’s Turntables on the Hudsonplaying at 73’till Infinity this Thursday at Martini Cafe (529a King St Newtown) with local support from Edseven and friends.
ABOUT TURNTABLES ON THE HUDSON:
TURNTABLES ON THE HUDSON is a boat PARTY started in NYC in 1998 & continues today with parties around the world including THE NILE, LAS RAMBLAS, THE DANUBE, THE CARIBBEAN & SYDNEY HARBOR hosted by the mighty DJ Nickodemus, Nappy G on percussion & many guests Worldwide pushing all kinds of global funk flavors with an dope open music policy.
Visioneers new album “Hipology” is due out soon and to remind you all just how good its going to be, here is something from the Visioneers vaults. If you would like to review the forthcoming album …. find out more here
Since the late 80s Londoner Marc Mac has been converting audiences with his sophisticated take on urban soul. A hybrid concoction of breakbeat, nu-jazz, neo soul, drum and bass, and Hip Hop, its a polished sound plugged directly into the emotional highway of 21st century city living. Working under a variety of guises, his prodigious output includes his work as one half of 4hero, Visioneers, Natures Plan and Nu Era. In the late 90‘s Marc signed to Gilles Peterson’s Talking Loud Records with 4hero. 4hero went on to produce two classic albums with Talkin Loud icluding the award winning “Two Pages” & “Creating Patterns” they then set up their own label where the critically acclaimed “Play With The Changes” was released. Somewhere in this timeline, between producing music for Jill Scott to Roy Ayers, Phonte to ! Terry C! allier, Marc started another project called Visioneers releasing a set of limited 7” singles getting the attention from top eclectic DJ’s including Jazzy Jeff, Kenny Dope, Gilles Peterson & Norman Jay. Visioneers was then picked up by BBE records who released the debut album “Dirty Old Hip Hop”.
While recording this new Visioneers record, Mac began thinking how hip-hop had been a (sometimes invisible) guiding hand in his life. “The music, the fashion and culture. Although producing all kinds of music from jungle to jazz, hip-hop (or at least what is was) has always been a part of what I do in some strange and sometimes very subtle way.” Documenting this influence on Hipology.org, his very own digital scrapbook (that has also spawned the record of the same title), it’s easy to see the depth of Mac’s appreciation of hip-hop. HIPOLOGY; the album includes hand picked guest John Robinson, Notes To Self, TRAC & Baron alongside some featured musicians Luke Parkhouse, Ariya Astrobeat Arkestra & The Support Horns. The result is a real cool, funky eclectic mix of breaks,! beats, soul/jazz and freaky squeaks a great follow up ! to the debut album.
“A collage or montage of elements, events, music and fashion that make up an individuals personal interpretation of Hip Hop culture.”
“They have a right to speak on it the way they see it coming up. Hip-hop is the voice of this generation. Even if you didn’t grow up in the Bronx in the ’70s, hip-hop is there for you.”
Looking at your own reflection you may wonder… who are you?; Adidas sneakers, baseball caps, Timberland boots, Cazal style glasses, Varsity jackets, Nike tees & hoodies and then take a look through your DVD shelf, books or music collection… Coltrane, James Brown, Mary J Blige and even a Led Zeplin album. why?… well for me it all stems from growing up listening to hip-hop; that’s what we call Hipology.
maybe you grew up in Tokyo or London and listen to hip-hop or even New York or maybe Paris… everyone’s personal experiences and perception may be different and thats what we call Hipology. When these experiences are shared the picture of hip-hop culture becomes even bigger. Hipology.
While recording a new Visioneers record in 2011-2012 I started thinking about how much Hip Hop has played a under current role through my life. The Music, The Fashion and Culture. Although producing all kinds of music from Jungle to Jazz, Hip Hop (or at least what is was) has always been a part of what I do in some strange and sometimes very subtle way. So this kinda inspired me to start up this Website, it’s just like a little scrap book and a way for me to join some dots up, shout out some greats and try get the story straight. yeah so that’s it.
Funk Box (Jazzy Jeff Vocal) by Marc Mac Presents: Visioneers.
Soul of Sydney & Our House Sydney will be hosting another special family friendly Throw-down picnic to celebrate your EASTER MONDAY in the right kind of fashion.. with a stack of good mates, outdoors in the sunshine and with DJ’s playing REAL music..
We have a stack of DJ’s on rotation playing a stack of daytime SOUL, FUNK, HIP HOP & HOUSE joints from the likes of Fela, Mama Africa, James Brown, Jocelyn Brown, Masters At Work, Erykah Badu, De La Soul, Dilla, Larry Levan, Sade, Jill Scott & Frankie Knuckles just to name a few.
Real Music, Real People Enjoying in a Family Friendly outdoor environment.
Open Decks, Open Mic & Open Floor (for all you dancers)
If you are interested in supporting, performing or need to get in contact please shoot us an email on email@example.com as we will be updating venue information very soon.
NEW PARKSIDE LOCATION IN ALEXANDRIA
(email firstname.lastname@example.org for venue details)
NOTE: If you haven’t sent you for mobile number can you please forward to email@example.com in the event we do have to move the party last minute?
A Few points that might help you organise you day better;
It is a FAMILY FRIENDLY PICNIC first and foremost so might be a good idea really to pack for a Sunday Picnic in the park (eski/ picnic basket, fruit, drinks and something to sit on etc.)
We have a spot with a stack of grass around with plenty of room for kids, it is 5 mins from city around Alexandria, there is shade but best people bring some hats etc.
We will have a Sound System with selectors playing an eclectic mix of real music including everything from Sade to James Brown to De La Soul, Erykah Badu & Masters At Work, Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles.
It is open decks with rotating DJ’s (but best people get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org if keen to play to confirm time slots)
We usually aim to get everything starting at about 12pm with ending time around depending on vibe.
We will be waiting for the weather forecast before we make the call as it is outdoors, if it does look like it’s going to rain then we will simply move till next sunny Sunday. (We will be in touch a few days out for the event via email & on the day via SMS in case we have to move the party, so we will need your Mobile details too so we can get location details quicker)
ARTIST CALL OUT: If you are a local Musician, MC, Singer, Percussionist or DJ then we are very keen to hear from you if you would like to play, especially if you down to play percussion along the Djs in an open jam vibe for Sunday. (we are hoping to get thing going as a regular Sunday afternoon local soul funk and hip hop open jam session so if your keen to be part of it let us know)
For local Soul music fan then we simply wants you there enjoying the music, so get a group of friends together, spread the word and come down for a day out it the park to some real music.
Thanks again for getting behind the idea kids.. Sydney definitely needs more people like YOU!
Pray for good weather & hope to see you all at the next one.
Soul of Sydney and Co.
About the Block-Party Picnic Movement
In the name of spreading REAL MUSIC! SOUL OF SYDNEY, OUR HOUSE SYDNEY & TONE have teamed up to put forward a small number of hush-hush out door POP UP street & park-side throw-downs during summer.
The idea is a series of free Pop-UP Sunday afternoon family friendly Picnic’s in various outdoor locations around this beautiful city, featuring rotating sets from local DJ’s & Artists still flying the flag for quality music in Sydney.
If you like the idea of hearing everything from James Brown, Jocelyn Brown, Erykah Badu, De La Soul, Dilla & Masters At Work & Frankie Knuckles in an outdoor location where you can have a Sunday Picnic in the sunshine, then join us as we celebrate the gift of great music, in a relaxed environment with friends and al-fresco on picnic blankets!
Block Party Videos:
Block Party Picnic Mixtapes:
#3 by DJ Phil Toke (Our House Sydney/Soul of Sydney)
Our main man & resident Blockparty DJ Phil Toke put together this dope mix-tape jam packed with some of the daytime FUNK, DISCO & REAL HOUSE jams he has been throwing down at the picnics over the last few months. Expect a stack of similar vibes for Australia Day!
As of 7pm tonight, Chance Waters will be officially releasing his new single “Maybe Tomorrow”, check the unlisted YouTube link below to have a listen immediately!
Here is what Lewi McKirdy said about the song at Triple J;
“So jaunty and sweet! The charm of the song fully curtains the neg-out theme in the lyrics. I love that! Such a bright spin on a bunch of bad shit. Sunny dispositions fix a lot.”
Please contact me if you would like to be door listed for the Sydney show this Saturday night at the FBi Social.
Following the success of his first single ‘Infinity’, (currently sitting at over 20,000 views on YouTube), Chance has had his head down in the studio and this weekwill release his new track, ‘Maybe Tomorrow’ from his soon to be released album, ‘Infinity’.
Produced by One Above, (The Hilltops) the new single demonstrates Chance’s lyrical potency and his potential to push the typical boundaries of the hip-hop genre with an up-beat tempo, off-beat rhythm, piano-rock influences and live instrumentation.
Following widespread national acclaim under the appellation Phatchance, Sydney hip hop artist Chance Waters is losing the alias and going ‘au naturale’ with his given name. Chance is facing a ride on a wave of aftershock following his previous success that can only further shake up the Australian hip-hop scene, as we know it.
Chance’s debut album INKSTAIN saw the artist claim Featured Artist spots on triple j Unearthed and Music NSW as well as topping charts in AMRAP’s Most Ordered To Air Chart. After sparking a rave of support including The Australian Newspaperlabeling him as “an intelligent lyricist and masterful storyteller”, Chance is well on his way to becoming a best-selling artist invigorating “a breath of fresh air” (Rave Mag).
Chance is undeniably cementing his place as a “burgeoning hip-hop star” (Dom Alessio, triple j) and carving the path for Australian hip-hop as he goes.
What did you do the year you turned 21? Hip-hop prodigy Fashawn earned a spot on the cover of XXL magazine, toured the world and built a rep as one of rap’s new rising stars.
Fashawn’s debut album, “Boys Meets World” was heralded by critics and fans alike as one of the best albums of 2009 for its gritty, street-wise and intelligent rhymes. Some even compared his introductory opus to Nas’ brilliant “Illmatic.” It was enough for XXL to name Fashawn to its list of hip-hop’s best freshman.
In 2010 he toured throughout America with Wiz Khalifa, then followed that up with a Talib Kweli tour. Fashawn is also no stranger to the International Hip Hop scene touring with Dilated Peoples in 2009 and most recently Rakim in 2011.From coast to coast, and from continent to continent, everyone agreed – they weren’t seeing some fly-by-night novelty act, they were seeing one of hip-hop’s freshest new voices.
Many took notice: He worked with Grammy-winning producers Dr. Dre, DJ Khalil and Alchemist, featured on songs with J. Cole, Aloe Blacc and a handful of tomorrow’s future stars. Skateboardapparel company Etnies and urban clothing line Orisue both turned to him for endorsements. Camp Woodward, the biggest extreme sports camp in the world, recruited him to create a song/TV commercial and his hometown Fresno Grizzlies (AAA baseball) have made custom Fashawn merchandise to sell at their events. So that’s legendary hip-hop producers, international clothing lines and a pro sports franchise all wanting to be part of Team Fashawn.
With a strong hip-hop pedigree (think Rakim’s merciless rhymes plus 2pac’s outlaw spirit plus Nas’ effortless flow) and a loyal fan base of young listeners, Fashawn seems poised for the long haul.