Funky Blue Note Trip

This Funky Blue Note Trip is inspired by the great mixes of dj Maestro on the legendary Blue Note label. They are really cool, so check them out, if you can! There’s a mixture of funk, soul and, of course, jazz in this Funky Blue Note Trip. In the early and mid seventies jazz musicians made cross-overs to soul and funk with very surprising results. Especially the Mizell Brothers, who produced Bobbi Humphrey and Donald Byrd for instance, created the most innovative albums. Enjoy!


Sabrina Starke – Intro She Is (2009)
Bobby Hutcherson – Montara [Madlib Remix] (1972)
Ronnie Foster – Me And Mrs Jones (1973)
Yesterdays New Quintet – Footprints (2003)
Bobbi Humphrey – The Trip (1975)
Richard Groove Holmes – Groovin' For Mr. G. (1971)
Lonnie Smith – Spinning Wheel (1970)
Labi Siffre – Doctor Doctor (1975)
Lou Rawls – You've Made Me So Very Happy (1970)
100% Pure Poison – Boarding Pass (1974)
A Taste Of Honey – World Spin (1978)
Maze Feat. Frankie Beverly – While I’m Alone (1977)
Grant Green – The Final Comedown (1972)
Minnie Riperton – Adventures In Paradise (1975)
Timmy Thomas – Touch To Touch (1977)
Alphonse Mouzon – Why Can’t We Make It (1973)
Gene Harris – Koko And Lee Roe (1975)
Donald Byrd – Think Twice (1975)

Funky Blue Note Trip by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud


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