Happy Birthday STEVIE WONDER| Tribute Mix by Soul of Sydney [2008]


Happy Birthday Stevie Wonder, here is a little tribute mix we put together a while back featuring some of our favourite Stevie gems right after catching him in concert back in October 2008.

A Funk, Soul and Disco Mix of Some of our Favorite Stevie Wonder Tracks,

Track List
Stevie Wonder – Have A Talk With God
Stevie Wonder – Pastime Paradise
Stevie Wonder – Living Just Enough For The City
Stevie Wonder – Superstition
Stevie Wonder – You Haven’t Done Nothin’
Stevie Wonder – Ebony Eyes
Stevie Wonder – Summer Soft (OHM Collective EDIT)
Stevie Wonder – All Day Sucker
Stevie Wonder – I Wish
Stevie Wonder – That Girl
Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke
Stevie Wonder – Boogie On Reggae Woman
Stevie Wonder – Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours
Stevie Wonder – Black Man
Stevie Wonder – Do I Do
Stevie Wonder – Isn’t She Lovely
Stevie Wonder – Another Star
Stevie Wonder – Confusion
Stevie Wonder – Masterblaster (Jammin’)
Stevie Wonder – Part-Time Lover

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One Love: The Very Best of Bob Marley & The Wa...

One Love: The Very Best of Bob Marley & The Wailers (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Bob Marley and the Wailers: Stevie Wonder Dream 1975 !! Magic

Midnight Raver

The Wonder Dream Concert held on October 4, 1975 at Kingston’s National Stadium was one of three events on the Holiday Jamaica package scheduled from September 29, 1975 through October 5, 1975.  The concert was a benefit for the Jamaican Institute for the Blind and featured Third World as the opening act. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes were scheduled to play but did not show.

Third World, just back from a tour of the UK, opened their set with “Crying On The Rail Road Track” and followed with popular favorites “Sun Won’t Shine,” “Satta Massagana,” and “Slavery Days.”

The concert is often referred to as the Wailers Reunion Show, as it was the first time the original Wailers trio performed together since 1974.  It is the last time that all three founding members appeared live on-stage together.

The Wailers and the I-Three kick off their set with “Rastaman Chant”

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SOUL OF SYDNEY TV #5 : STEVIE WONDER – LIVE AT THE BEAT CLUB (1973) (FULL CONCERT)


The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie

The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A rare recording of Stevie Wonder in his prime way back in 1973.
One of his best!

E-mail soulofsydney@gmail.com for a list of more rare videos, concerts and bootleg recordings we have to share.

Norman Jay @ Sydney Festival Block Party Vibes


Pretty keen to check out Norman Jay rocking the Sydney Festival in his own Block-party Picnic today.. Definitely something Sydney needs more of ..

A REAL DJ DROPPING EXPRESS YOURSELF MUSIC in the SUNSHINE! Really cant beat that vibe..

YES TO MORE BLOCK PARTY VIBES !

http://www.soulofsydney.org/blockparty

Raphael Saadiq


Raphael Saadiq

Raphael Saadiq could be best described as a contemporary neo- rhythm & blues all-round artist (singer, musician, record producer). He is apparently an ancestor of original or as we say today “old school”, rhythm & blues from the 60s & 70s who retains the legacy of that musical era and is living out his own legacy today.

Raphael Saadiq, American singer-songwriter.

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Saadiq is probably best known for when he was in multiplantinum renowned 80s rhythm & blues group Tony! Toni! Toné! His solo work pretty much involved the release of three solo albums plus the production of songs of award-winning artists such as D’Angelo, TLC, Mary J Blige, John Legend and Joss Stone, just to name a few. He has also collaborated with renowned artists such as Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder and Q-Tip. Perhaps he is not what the media hungers for, but he is definitely worth the recognition of the amazing work he has done. I love him!

Check out the video below for his song 100-Yard Dash, if you are a late-reaction-kind-of-person like me at times. I heard this song on Ellen. If this song doesn’t make you wanna get up and dance or at least head-bop, there’s something seriously wrong with you 😉

Bon apetito!

Track Of The Weekend #5: Stevie Wonder – All I Do, Played at the Funkdafied Secret Warehouse party Sat 24th July


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Live @ Last London 2008

Played as the closing track by DJ Frenzie (Groove Therapy) at the Funkdafied Secret Warehouse party last night.

Catch Frenzie playing Hip Hop, Funk, Soul on the GROOVE THERAPY radio show, 12-2PM Fridays on 2SER 107.3 FM, or check the podcasts here.

Also stay up to date with the next Funkdafied happenings through facebook or find them on the web.

Downloads:

Stevie Wonder – All I Do (U-turn Disco Edit)

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‘HAPPY MOTHERS DAY’ Mixtape Feat. Grover Washington Jr, James Brown, Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder, Gwen McRae, Snoop Dogg, Q Tip & Tupac


Blessings to you & your loved ones, here is our selection of our Mothers Day inspired Soul & Hip Hop tunes that should go down just about right on a sunny Sunday.

“This is a man’s world, But it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl”

James Brown – Man’s World

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