Soulful Takes And Breaks

This mix is more or less inspired by the very nice Adidas commercial, sung by Dee Edwards, of course. One of my favorite tracks in this mix is ‘Collage’ by the Three Degrees. It’s some kind of ‘psychedelic soul’, done in their pre-Philly days. It sounds very cool, fresh and original. And I love the forgotten Marvin Gaye track when he shouts out his pain of a broken heart. If 'Schooboy crush' by the Average White Band sounds familiar: TLC used it in their breakthrough hit 'Ain't 2 proud 2 beg'. Enjoy!


Tracklist:

Syl Johnson – Ms. Fine Brown Frame (1982)
Hi Gloss – All Day, All Night (1981)
The Fatback Band – Feed Me With Your Love (1975)
Doris – You Never Come Closer (1970)
Ryan Shaw – Morning Noon And Night (2010)
Holly St. James – That’s Not Love (1978)
Dee Edwards – Why Can’t There Be Love (1972)
Patti Drew – Hard To Handle (1969)
Lee McDonald – We've Only Just Begun [TM Juke Mix] (2006)
Solomon Burke & Gene Page – The Bus (1972)
The Supremes – Life Beats (1969)
Average White Band – Schoolboy Crush (1975)
Dexter Wansel – Theme From The Planets (1976)
People’s Choice – I Likes To Do It (1972)
James Brown – Funky Drummer (1970)
George Michael – Waiting For That Day (1990)
En Vogue – Give It Up, Turn It Loose (1992)
Variations – Yesterday Is Gone (1969)
The Tams – Shelter (1966)
Three Degrees – Collage (1970)
Marvin Gaye – This Love Starved Heart of Mine (Is Killing Me) (1967)
Terry Callier – Ordinary Joe (1972)
Sandi Shelton – You’re Gonna Make Me Love You (1966)
Patti & The Emblems – I'm Gonna Love You A Long Time (1968)


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