The 45’s were so hot we broke the fan!
This 45 Sessions was definitely a special one. All the nights are basically free form, as long as you play it on 7 inch. We all bring the Deep Funk and Soul, but it’s always nice when someone throws in some Classic Rock Breaks, Hip Hop, or some good Reggae in the mix. What we did tonight, is just switch every half an hour, so each of the five DJ’s had to be on their toes, and so did the audience. The night had a little bit of drama, but when isn’t there any at a bar, filled with people drinking and bowling? We got a great write up in the local paper the day of, and I thank the Asbury Park Press for hooking that up. Here’s a few photos of the night, as well as my play list. More play lists as they come in.
DJ Prestige on the cut
DJ Prestige Play List for 07.18.08 45 Sessions
Intro: Monster Shindig/ HBR
Hank Johnson – You Lost Your Thing/ Sex Machine Records
Ohio Players – Funky Worm/ Westbound
Tony Newman – Soul Thing/ Parrot
Binky Griptite & the Mellowmatics – Mellomatic Mood/ Daptone
John KaSandra – (What’s Under) The Natural Do/ Respect
Mophono – Tighten Up Remix/ CB
Roger Collins – She’s Looking Good/ Galaxy
TnT Band – The Meditation/ Cotique
$mall Change – Steviano Italiano/ Bstrd Boot Nuggets!
James Brown & the Fabulous Flames – Night train/ King
Charles Bradley & the Bullets – This Love Ain’t Big Enough for the Two of Us/ Daptone
Tammi Lynn – Mojo Hannah/ Cotillion
Betty Wright – Baby Sitter/ Alston
Joe Gibbs & the Professionals – Lick To Yu Chin/ Belmont
Cobra – Flex/ Shang
Tony Tuff – Run Come Come/ Scorcher
The Expressions – Money I$ King/ Truth and Soul
Edwin Starr – Back Street (Instrumental)/ Ric Tic
Pamoja – Oooh Baby/ Lotus Land
The Undisputed Truth – California Soul/ Gordy
Tom Jones – Looking Out My Window/ Parrot
Wendy Lynn – I Can Remember/ King
Sammy Brown – Got To Leave This Towm/ Grassroots
The Devil Dick layed down heat
M.Fasis threw down some great 45’s.
Funky 16 Corners Larry Grogan en fuego.
DJ Prime Cuts (Mundo) always coming through with the goods.
DJ Jack the Ripper straight from Gitmo.