After a two month hiatus, we are back in business with our podcast. This is our first episode of 2016, and we have chosen this recording session to give our audience a sneak peek in video form as well of what we do here at Greenville Studios. The video itself can be seen over at the FleaMarket Funk YouTube channel, and the audio for the session is pretty funky. We go through some deep African funk cuts, psychedelic soul from Detroit, new tracks from the Pacific Northwest’s Liquid Beat Record, a Maurice White early track (R.I.P.), some free jazz from Cultures of Soul’s new Boston Area Jazz compilation, West Coast classic hip hop remixed, a NOLA classic re-edit, and a reggae tribute to the G.O.A.T. Muhammad Ali, among others. Recorded live and in one take at the Greenville Studios in Jersey City, NJ, we are just trying to get good music out to you. Please bear with us as we work out the kinks for the video portion of the site. Stay tuned for more episodes and our new FleaMarket Funk TV endeavor which will contain interviews, in the field digging, Big Ups, and more. Enjoy the podcast and if you dig what you hear, pass it on.
Live From Greenville Studios Episode #12 Tracklist:
RAMP – Daylight
Jackie Dee – Who
Dick Khoza – Chapita
Sylvan Marc – Listen To Something About Soul Part 1.
Rhythm feat,. Ohmega Watts – Hot 16
Souls of Mischief – 93 Til Infinity (Remix)
TALK OVER The 45 King
107th Street Stickball Team – Rhythm and Soul
Oliver Sain – Bus Stop
Spaghettihead – Funky Axe
Billy Stewart – Summertime
Ernie K-Doe – Here Come The Girls (Professor Shorthair Remix)
Damu The Fudgemunk – Don’t Count Me Out
Bobby Vaughn – Mohamamd Ali
Baird Hersey W/ Dave Leibman The Year of The Ear – Herds and Hoards
Outro DJ Food
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