Big thanks to Brooklyn Gypsies Flako Jimenez for coming through, getting ready for “Ghetto Hors D’Oeuvres” this Saturday at Bushwick Starr. Much love to Throwback Sodapop for coming on, freestylin and hangin out! Can’t wait to get down all together again on Saturday!
“50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” by Paul Simon on analog tape, Al Jarreau on vinyl, new Ulrich Schnauss, FaltyDL, and Savages y Suefo, old jazz, new house, and more!
Thanks for tuning in! See ya next week!
2/11/13- Spread the JAM: Full Crew in Brooklyn!
Paul Simon on analog tape, Flip Wilson on vinyl, fresh hip-hop, classics, RG freestyles over jojo’s beat, and more-
Glad to have our friends Suede Hernandez and Slick Eastwood in the studio, telling us about their current work, BlackPearls, and the excitement for their upcoming show at Bat Haus in Bushwick. Looking forward to Slick hosting and BlackPearls LIVE on Suede’s birthday!
*plus- check out Slick Eastwood and BlackPearls free downloads below-
Big thanks to Gioel Severini, Jesse Selleck, and friends for Spreadin the JAM with us! Hear the new sound of their duo project “E.M.”, Stevie Wonder’s “Music of My Mind”, LIVE jam with Jesse Selleck on drums, jojoSOUL on drums/djembe, and RG on storyteller, classics, jazz, hip-hop, and Italians everywhere! 🙂
Send your music/ideas/suggestions/feedback to jojoSOULaudio@gmail.com.
Thanks all for tuning in, great first show on primetime!
Bushwick musician/teacher Frank Rathbone dropped in and helped us spread the jam! Frank plays acoustic guitar while Dr King’s “The Man of Love” speech plays on vinyl, RG on vocals, jojoSOUL on drums. Very special thanks to Toygemini for sending us her latest “Okay”, beautiful R&B soul cut, lovely voice of LaToya Smith in Laurens, South Carolina! I smell a remix comin, Toya! 😉
Thanks to all our listeners, new and old- keep the feedback coming at jojoSOULaudio@gmail.com!
Tune in Mondays 8pm EST, send us your music, contact us, come JAM live!
Fela Kuti- “Gentleman”
Guts- “Mambo Flying Party”
Leron Thomas- “Mr New York”
Antonio Carlos Jobim- “Brazil”
DJ Nature- “Tacky Stuff (They’re All Caught Up)”
George McCrae- “I Get Lifted”
A. Skillz vs Beatvandals- “Beat Don’t Stop”
The Cadillacs- “Speedoo (jojoSOUL Remix)”
Radiohead- “Sit Down, Stand Up (Snakes & Ladders)”
RG & jojoSOUL- “Bar Hop Games”
The Rongetz Foundation- “Gogo Soul (feat. Gregory Porter)”
Jimi Hendrix- “Fire”
Jay Electronica- “Exhibit C”
Joell Ortiz- “One Shot (Killed for Less) [feat. Fat Joe]”
Styles P- “I Get High”
B.F.A.- “Heartbeat (feat. Brique Brown)”
Robert Glasper- “Black Radio (feat. yasiin bey) [Pete Rock Remix]”
The Jackson 5- “Dancing Machine”
Babatunde Olatunji- “What’s Your Number, Mama?”
Black America Vols. 1-5 Vinyl Set- Dr Martin Luther King Jr- “The Man of Love”
Armand Van Helden- “I Want Your Soul”
Mosca- “Eva Mendes”
Dimitri Andreas- “Coari”
Dusky- “Flo Jam”
James Blake- “Air & Lack Thereof”
Miguel Campbell- “Night Mode”
George Benson- “Turn Your Love Around”
Gil Scott-Heron- “Gun”
Little Anthony and The Imperials- “Goin’ Out of My Head”
The Association- “Never My Love”
Sade- “The Sweetest Taboo”
Maxwell- “Pretty Wings”
The Human League- “Human”
Big thanks to Professor RG, comedian James J.I. Issac, Bushwick hip-hop artist Suede Hernandez, and comedian Slick Eastwood!
(Extended show, Mics begin soft, skip to 00:45:00 for talk with full crew, mic levels better)
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Slick Eastwood- @SLICKFLARE
*Next week- we move to Mondays, 8pm EST, new primetime slot- TUNE IN!
*Promo Use Only- DJ’s Mix
All tracks recorded August 2012- Brooklyn, NY.
Preparing for a performance tomorrow, 10/27/12 at the National Academy Museum, in honor of the work of John Cage, and thought I’d share these words that I found deeply inspiring and comforting.
“…percussion- a new science…”
“…meditation in work…”