SOUL,FUNK,EDIT, Gwen McCrae – 90% Of Me Is You (Disco Tech Edit)


Just caught this DOPE Gwen Mc Rae – 90% of me is You (edit) thanks to Sweden based remixer,turntablist & blogger DISCO TECH.

He also has a stack more to download and check out at his links below feat everying from James Brown to Dolly Parton!

Download this version @ Soundcloud

Disco Tech Links

SOUL,FUNK,NORTHERN SOUL: Tan Cracker’s Soul Club – Feat DJ’s Gian Arpino,Tom Tutton, Boogie Monster, DJ Kinetic @ Tonic Lounge Kings Cross, Sydney


Sydney Soul 45;s all night ‘Tan Cracker’s Soul Club’ is back this weekend.

TCSC is a special Sydney club night where friends and music lovers from all walks of life get to hang out, dance and have a good time to a selection of rare 45′s/7″ records that need to be heard alongside staple classics.

TAN CRACKER’S SOUL CLUB – JUNE 4TH @ TONIC LOUNGE KINGS CROSS.

DJ’s on the night include;  Tom Tutton , Boogie Monster, Gian Arpino & DJ Kinetic

Joint TCSC Facebook Group for updates and info.or check out Gian’s music blog

GPA for live mixes from TCSC & regular run down on whats going down with rare vinyl scene in Sydney. Or check out more mixes at Soundcloud

For more info about what Gian has on around town, a few of his edits, mixtapes etc  stay close to GPA Good Music or at the blog here.

You can also check out this dope mixtape Gian put together for us a while back:

Soul Of Sydney#8: ‘While I’m In The Mood’- Boogie & Disco Mix Up By Gian Arpino

Download Here

R.I.P Nate Dogg! Tribute Mixtapes;#1 – Nate Dogg Tribute by deejaysee. #2 The Best Hooks In The Game


#1 – Deejaysee Nate Dogg Tribute

DOWNLOAD – http://www.mediafire.com/?r4u4q72cu2t6gs

or find more dope mixes here

 

1. 213 – Another Summer
2. Dr. Dre (Ft Nate Dogg) – Explosive
3. 213 – Give It Up
4. Obie Trice (Ft Nate Dogg) – Look Into My Eyes
5. Nate Dogg (Ft Xzibit) – Keep It G.A.N.G.S.T.A
6. 213 – Wait A Minute
7. Nate Dogg (Ft Warren G) – Nobody Does It Better
8. Warren G (Ft Nate Dogg) – I Need A Light
9. Snoop Dogg (Ft Nate Dogg) – Crazy
10. Snoop Dogg (Ft Nate Dogg) – Lay Low
11. Obie Trice (Ft Nate Dogg) – The Setup
12. Shade Sheist (Ft Nate Dogg) – Where I Wanna Be
13. Warren G (Ft Nate Dogg) – Regulate
14. 213 – Appreciation
15. Snoop Dogg (Ft Nate Dogg) – Aint No Fun
16. 213 – So Fly

 

DOWNLOAD – http://www.mediafire.com/?r4u4q72cu2t6gs

or find more dope mixes here

#2 – The best hooks in the Game Mixtape

[01] Str8 West Coast Remix [02] Time’s Up [03] Like This [04] Here Comes Another Hit [05] Space Boogie [06] Can’t Deny It [07] Multiply [08] The Streets (Re-Twist) [09] Never Enough [10] What We Do [11] MLK [12] Gangsta Nation [13] The Set Up [14] Area Codes [15] Yo’ Sassy Ways [16] Thugs Get Lonely Too [17] Too Much [18] Where I Wanna Be [19] Warriors Part 2 [20] I Need A Bitch [21] Lay Low [22] A L’Ancienne [23] The Hardest Mutha Fuckaz [24] 100 Miles And Runnin [25] Shake That [26] Smokin Smokin Weed [27] Holiday [28] Can’t Be Faded [29] Ghetto Millionaire [30] What We Gonna Do [31] Connected [32] My Name Is [33] So Fly [34] Look In My Eyes [35] Xxplosive [36] Real Soon [37] Hey Y’all [38] Boss Life [39] Bitch Please II [40] Him Or Me [41] Real Pimp [42] 21 Questions [43] From Long Beach 2 Brick City [44] Bitches Ain’t Shit [45] Have A Party [46] Somebody Like Me [47]Till I Collapse [48] Been A Long Time [49] Ooh Wee [50] Oh No [51] Black Mercedes [52] The Next Epsiode [53] Nobody Does It Better

Download from those mad cats at lehiphopsurecoute.wordpress.com

Podcast#11 – ‘Cumbiambero Loco 2’ An Afro-Latin Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’ Hosted By: Jack Posada


Soul Of Sydney Podcast #11

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‘Cumbiambero Loco’ Part 2 –

An Afro-Latin & Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’

Mixed By: JackPosada (Myspace, Soundcloud)

This is the second installment of cumbiambero loco, a special ‘CUMBIA’ mixtape carefully selected just in time for that summer time in Sydney.

Spanish:
CUMBIA que delicia, que viva diciembre y feliz navidad

Our podcast this week is a little different to the standard ‘Funk’ we been featuring, it is an unexpected & enjoyable voyage into Caribbean & Afro-Latin beats.

This week we present a 40 min mix of traditional Colombian rebellion music called ‘Cumbia’.

Style: Afro Latin, Cumbia & Caribbean Percussion

Download Here

Email: soulofsydney@gmail.com

Tracks

  1. Andres Landero – Virgen de la candelaria
  2. Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto – Manuelito barrios
  3. Calixto Ochoa – Charanga campesina
  4. Los Cumbiamberos – Santo domingo
  5. Afrosound – La sampuesana
  6. Pacho Galan – Cumbia alegre
  7. Sonoritmos – Pola bette
  8. Climaco Sarmiento y su Orquesta – Maquina landera
  9. Pacho Galan – Cumbia que me alegras
  10. Pacho Glan – La mazamorrera
  11. Los Golden Boys – La negra celina
  12. Calixto Ochoa – Los sabanales
  13. La Sonora Cordobesa – El pajaro picon
  14. Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La pringamoza

About ‘Cumbia’

The word ‘Cumbia’ came from the African word “Cumbé”, or party. It’s known as the queen of African rhythms & It has 3 cultural influences (African, Andean & Spanish).

The music originated around the 1820’s during Colombia’s struggle for independence as an expression of national resistance against Spain.

Both the African & Andean influences are obvious in ‘Cumbia’, the rhythms adopted from African slaves used by the Spanish & Andean flutes & poetry make up the core elements of the music .

Originally only performed with drums & claves it has since evolved to include; flutes, guitars, accordion, horns, brass & traditional drums & percussion.

Today it is very popular in Latin America & has even evolved into new forms mixed with Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop & Drum N Bass known as ‘Cumbia digital’ These elements & influences can be found in the music of ; Quanic, Ozomatli, DJ Spinna, Los Lobos & Los Kumbia Kings.

Even in Australia it will be featured at the 2010 Big Day Out Lilly Pad.

For a good introduction to ‘Cumbia’, check out: Cumbia Cumbia , Vol. 1 & 2 released by World Circuit Records (1983, 1989).

Download Here

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Podcast#11 – 'Cumbiambero Loco 2' An Afro-Latin Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’ Hosted By: Jack Posada


Soul Of Sydney Podcast #11

https://i1.wp.com/i1.soundcloud.com/artworks-000003391722-qc65cx-original.jpg

‘Cumbiambero Loco’ Part 2 –

An Afro-Latin & Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’

Mixed By: JackPosada (Myspace, Soundcloud)

This is the second installment of cumbiambero loco, a special ‘CUMBIA’ mixtape carefully selected just in time for that summer time in Sydney.

Spanish:
CUMBIA que delicia, que viva diciembre y feliz navidad

Our podcast this week is a little different to the standard ‘Funk’ we been featuring, it is an unexpected & enjoyable voyage into Caribbean & Afro-Latin beats.

This week we present a 40 min mix of traditional Colombian rebellion music called ‘Cumbia’.

Style: Afro Latin, Cumbia & Caribbean Percussion

Download Here

Email: soulofsydney@gmail.com

Tracks

  1. Andres Landero – Virgen de la candelaria
  2. Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto – Manuelito barrios
  3. Calixto Ochoa – Charanga campesina
  4. Los Cumbiamberos – Santo domingo
  5. Afrosound – La sampuesana
  6. Pacho Galan – Cumbia alegre
  7. Sonoritmos – Pola bette
  8. Climaco Sarmiento y su Orquesta – Maquina landera
  9. Pacho Galan – Cumbia que me alegras
  10. Pacho Glan – La mazamorrera
  11. Los Golden Boys – La negra celina
  12. Calixto Ochoa – Los sabanales
  13. La Sonora Cordobesa – El pajaro picon
  14. Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La pringamoza

About ‘Cumbia’

The word ‘Cumbia’ came from the African word “Cumbé”, or party. It’s known as the queen of African rhythms & It has 3 cultural influences (African, Andean & Spanish).

The music originated around the 1820’s during Colombia’s struggle for independence as an expression of national resistance against Spain.

Both the African & Andean influences are obvious in ‘Cumbia’, the rhythms adopted from African slaves used by the Spanish & Andean flutes & poetry make up the core elements of the music .

Originally only performed with drums & claves it has since evolved to include; flutes, guitars, accordion, horns, brass & traditional drums & percussion.

Today it is very popular in Latin America & has even evolved into new forms mixed with Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop & Drum N Bass known as ‘Cumbia digital’ These elements & influences can be found in the music of ; Quanic, Ozomatli, DJ Spinna, Los Lobos & Los Kumbia Kings.

Even in Australia it will be featured at the 2010 Big Day Out Lilly Pad.

For a good introduction to ‘Cumbia’, check out: Cumbia Cumbia , Vol. 1 & 2 released by World Circuit Records (1983, 1989).

Download Here

Connect With Soul Of Sydney