Classic jazz, funk, soul, hiphop, dub, rock steady rhythms, latin, afro-beat and brazilian grooves connect with tomorrows sound.

Playlist 14/10/07

1. Lonnie Smith Move Your Hand [Blue Note]
2. Wahala Project Wahala [51 Lex]
3. The Quantic Soul Jazz Orchestra Tropidelico [Tru Thoughts]
4. The Quantic Soul Jazz Orchestra Melodius Wayfarer [Tru Thoughts]
5. Christian Prommer's Drum Lessons Beau Mot Plage [Sonar Kollektiv]
6. AIFF Afro Riddim' (AIFF Remix) [Unique]
7. Bob Marley & The Wailers Trenchtown Rock (Trio Eletrico Remix) [Tuff Gong]
8. Butch Cassidy Sound System Radioactive [Red Hook]
9. The Dynamics Move On Up [Groove Attack]
10. D'Angelo Brown Sugar [Virgin]
11. The Quantic Soul Jazz Orchestra Feat. Noelle Scaggs Lead Us To The End [Tru Thoughts]
12. Kutiman No Reason For You [MPM]
13. Voices Of East Harlem Wanted Dead Or Alive [Breathe]
14. Right Direction Midnight Rhythm (Part Sixxs Underdog Rework) [Past Due]

From '69 to '07, uplifting Soul Jazz to righteous Funk. This is what I believe makes for a good show. Please take a listen to my latest Black & Blue Show (edited for Straight Up), I hope you enjoy the grooves.

have a lovely day and week! Paul Gamblin (aka Heavy Mannas)


pjazz....peter jensen said:
paul g. finally a comment box! a place to dump the years of admiration and just good vibes which have accumulated via all the wonderful listening you've provided over the years (dating back to some archived shows that were posted on some now defunct british site?). Though listening to b+b live on RTR fri morns (here in NYC) is a highlight of the week, I can't always---so I haven't minded at all that heavy mannas has mutated into a b+b archive. mad respect. many thanks. much love.
Paul Gamblin said:
Hi Peter, nice to hear from you in NYC. Thanks for the support all these years and I'm happy to see you are still tuning in. Easy mate, keep on keepin' on!
Paul (aka Heavy Mannas)

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