1. Aaron Jerome Dancing Girl w/Mozez
2. Liparis Nervosa Sextet Prayer
3. Part Time Heroes Believe
[Mum's The Word]
4. Mr. President Love & Happiness feat. Mr. Day/MJA Remix
5. Lundo/Chango Family Outro Mundo
6. Mos Def Sun , Moon , Stars
7. Catalyst Bahia
9. DJ Day Intro
10. The Violinaires I Don't Know
11. Jay-Z Intro
12. Johnny Pate Shaft In Africa Edit
13. Geraldo Pino Power To The People
14. BDP Exibit B
15. Outbreak Give Me Some Of Your Lovin'
16. De La Soul & Common The Bizness (Paul Nice Remix)
17. Pete Rock feat. Vanessa Sanchez Heard 'Em Say (I Had To Say)
18. DJ Day A Place To Go
19. Mother Night Fools Are You
20. Kutiman No Reason For You
21. Ekambi Brillant Aboki
22. Family Of Eve Please Be Truthful
23. Ghostface Charlie Brown
24. Pharoahe Monch Push
25. DJ Day First Step
26. Clipse feat. Bilal & Pharell Nightmares
28. Karl Orff Capoeira Makes Them Wet
30. John Coltrane Words From "The Sun"
31. Alice Coltrane Turiya And Ramakrishna
32. Alice Coltrane Galaxy In Satchindananda
33. Alice Coltrane Journey In Satchidananda
34. Alice Coltrane A Love Supreme
35. Alice Coltrane Blue Nile
36. Alice Coltrane A Love Supreme
38. Kenny Garrett Qing Wen
not really happy about doing tribute mixes - not that i don't like to play the music of all the original jazz & soul legends , but they are now passing away too fast...alice coltrane died surprisingly far too young at the age of 63 on the 12th january in california. the wife of john coltrane kept the legacy alive and took it musically somewhere else, very much influenced by her believe in higher powers religion-wise. she played the harp and the piano in a unique style and was just about to release a new album. in 2004 she recorded a great album produced by one of her sons , ravi coltrane, "translinear light", but for the tribute in this weeks show its all about her early pieces like "world galaxy", "journey in satchidananda", "ptah the el daoud", .... she influenced producers like marc mac, surely also jason swinscoe, the man behind the cinematic orchestra and many more. alice coltrane's music stays here on earth while she is now in her own galaxy. R.I.P.
also in the show a great mix by olski out of cologne who runs the excellent melting pot music label, dedicated to soul, funk, breaks and hiphop beats. thanks a lot for the 50 minutes of rap jams & protest songs!
stunning cover version of terry callier's"dancing girl" by aaron jerome with mozez on the vocals opening up, the part time heroes, mr. president, mos def to follow...the show is not really about more clubbier beats this time as last week as well, but hold tight, they are comin...
all music, promos, etc...to:
michael ruetten, soulsearching studio ffm, franziusstr.8-14, 60314 frankfurt, germany.