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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

When Old Timers Get On the Wheels Of Steel

The B.I.Z get Diabolical and The Jazz Got Soul

When Old Timers Get On the Wheels Of Steel

On One Side,
Here is a Japan Only compilation Mixed by the Diabolical
For those who don't Know this guy is a mad mad crate Digger
his Dj Skills can be contested but he got soul for sure

1. My Automobie
2. Which Way
3. I Like It
4. L.A. Jazz Song
5. I'Ll Play The Blues For Y
6. The 24 Carat Black Theme
7. Skin Valley Serenade
8. Nasty Soul
9. Gheto: Misfortune's Wealt
10. I'Ll Never Grow Old
11. Do Me
12. Memphis B-K
13. I'Ll Take You There
14. Mr. Big Stuff
15. Mama's Gone
16. Saginaw County Line
17. Do The Funky Penguin Part
18. I Don'T See Me In Your Ey
19. Sister Sanctified
20. All We Need Is Understand
21. Don'T Send Me An Invitati
22. Tramp
23. Aquarius
24. Free Your Mind

Japanese Compilation With Classic Tracks From The Staxx, Invictus, & Hot Wax Labels Mixed By Biz Markie.

Make The Music Biz!

On The Other Side,
Jazzy Jeff Got Soul and ... Skills

Featuring 16 lustrous tracks hand picked by DJ Jazzy Jeff
and the Groovin Records crew,
the disc mixes familiar faces (Dwele, Martin Luther, Pete Rock)
with the freshman class of soul (Valencia Robinson, Michael Bohannon, Leela James),
making for a best of both worlds listening experience.
U.K. acid jazz renaissance man Omar duets with U.S. soul matriarch Angie Stone
on a remake of the classic 1974 William DeVaughn hit Be Thankful
while former Incognito vocalist Kellie Sae revamps Aretha Franklins 70s gem Daydreamin.
The disc also contains two exclusive tracks from ATOJ artist V
(She Wants 2 Be, Broken Dreams) not available anywhere else.
DJ Jazzy Jeff blends these tracks with extreme care,
exemplifying his passion and love for the genre.

He Got Soul Part 1!
He Got Soul Part 2!

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