Fleamarket Funk Meets The Devil’s Music Mix

Big things happened this past week, and there was finally a joint mix between Fleamarket Funk and The Devil’s Music. It’s a two part mix, so you will have to go on over to the Devil’s Music and get part 2. You may not know Devil Dick, he’s new to the blog game. Don’t let the NKOTB thing fool you. He’s got a secret stash of 45s hidden in South Jersey. He’s got more secret spots than me. They’re so secret I only get text messages about them or have to read about them later on his blog. When we first met, and he brought over his records, I knew instantly he had to be a part of the Asbury Park 45 Sessions. His crates are heavy, and if it’s super sweet Soul or some fuzzed out heavy guitar driven Funk, he’s your man. He can hold his own in the dirty Rock and Roll, Punk and Metal, and most of all Psych genre too. I’m waiting for him to drop a Psych mix, because I know it’s going to be sick.

So here you have it, the second two part mix of Fleamarket Funk. There are 20 songs in total, 10 a side. They range from heavy, fuzzy, Funk, to sweet, sweet, Soul, and lots inbetween. It’s all about the music in these mixes. Damn right it always is. We welcome Funk and Soul 45s of all kinds, and you’ll get a lot of that in both parts of these mixes. It’s one of the most fuzzed out funky collaborations I’ve done so far. So sit back and relax, put on your headphones, and check out That’s Heavy Old Man!!: Raw Funk and Soul 45s. This time Fleamarket Funk Meets the Devil’s Music, and I’m sure you’re gonna love it.

Tracklist for Part 1: DJ Prestige and Devil Dick

Iron Knowledge – Show Stopper/ Tammy
Willie Gresham & the Free Food Ticket – Step By Step/ Majesty
Donny Hathaway – The Slums/ ATCO
Timothy McNeely – K.C. Stomp/ Shawn
Sound Experience – 40 Acres and A Mule/ Soulville
The Impacs – Good Old Funky Feelin’/ Land
The Brothers Three – Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out/ T-Neck
Timmy Thomas – Cold Cold People/ Glades
Rare Earth – I Know I’m Losing You/ Rare Earth
Ethics – Think About Tomorrow/ Vent

Download or Listen To: Flea Market Funk Meets The Devil’s Music: That’s Heavy Old Man!! Part 1

Go to The Devil’s Music and get Flea Market Funk Meets The Devil’s Music: That’s Heavy Old Man!! Part 2

Keep Diggin’!

5 responses to “Fleamarket Funk Meets The Devil’s Music Mix

  1. F-R-E-S-H, Yo that’s FRESH! Another scorcher! Love the bass in Donny’s “The Slums.” And that “40 Acres” tune is MASSIVE. For some reason, I’ve always flipped by Rare Earth records. Gonna have to start picking those up. Heading over to see Devil Dick for Part 2. Thanks Cats…

    Peace and SOUL,
    Dave…

  2. Thanks so much my man!

    You are too kind!

    This mix SHREDS!!!

    Looking forward to doing some more collabs with you brother!!!

    When we put our 45’s together it’s like the the BIG BANG!

    Cheers!
    DD

  3. Yeah, it was the mofo no doubt! I’m so glad I kept my Sound Experience 45. it holds many memories for me now that I am deep into the crate digging game… Kudos to you and Dick for bringing the heat again and again, and I am looking forward to seeing you all in a couple of weeks.

    Peace and blessings.

  4. Damn zshare loop sadness…any chance for ressurecting this mix?

    Got a psych mix for you in return:

    tracklist

    01. Prelude – The Valerie Project
    02. Introduction – The Valerie Project
    03. Torchlight – The Valerie Project
    04. Moonchild – King Crimson
    05. Those Who Love – Common People
    06. Hang On To A Dream – Gandalf
    07. Some Velvet Morning – Vanilla Fudge
    08. Moon Turn The Tides Gently, Gently Away – Jimi Hendrix
    09. Gypsy Boy – Jimi Hendrix
    10. Elanor Rigby – Vanilla Fudge
    11. I’d Love To Change the World – 10 Years After
    12. Oh Well – Fleetwood Mac
    13. Nature Boy – Gandalf
    14. Solitude – Black Sabbath
    15. A Meditation Mass (Track 1) – Yathra Sidhra

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    happy new year

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