Bump & Hustle Music

Bump and hustle music? I don’t know what that is, but it sure sounds good to me! This is perhaps my best effort so far to mix up soul, funk and disco. Special attention to Charlie Rich, who is most famous for his million selling country single ‘Most beautiful girl’ (my mom’s favourite track of all-time…). But he sounds best when he’s a soul singer. Listen to ‘Lonely weekends’ for instance. On this new mix for Mixcloud I slipped in ‘Love is after me’ (composed by David Porter & Isaac Hayes), a northern soul classic.

Full tracklist:

Earth, Wind & Fire – Let Me Talk (1980)
Patrice Rushen – Never Gonna Give You Up (1980)
Mantra – Here We Come (1981)
Glen Adams Affair – Just A Groove (1980)
Players Association – Turn The Music Up (1978)
Booty People – Somethin’ Simple (1979)
A Taste Of Honey – Ain’t Nothin’ But A Party (1980)
Darlene McCoy – U-N-I-T-Y (2007)
The Rebirth – Evil Vibrations (2004)
Johnny Hammond – Gambler’s Life (1974)
Marvin Gaye – After The Dance (1976)
Black White & Co – Action For Love (1980)
Fatback Band – Let The Drums Speak (1975)
Quantic Featuring Spanky Wilson – Don't Joke With A Hungry Man (2004)
Dee Dee Sharp Gamble – Let’s Get This Party Started (1980)
Charlie Rich – Love Is After Me (1966)
Chicago Gangsters – Music For The People [pt. 1] (1976)
Pleasure – Foxy Lady (1978)
Tommy Stewart – Bump & Hustle Music (1976)

Bump & Hustle Music by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud

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