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December 16, 2017

Let yourself be carried away by the groovy sound of "That was Yesterday" performed by Andreas Aleman released in 2008 on the album "This Is Life" to start this new episode of The Border and you will also hear an excerpt from The new album. Haggis Horns with the instrum...

December 12, 2017

If you are Soul, Jazz, Funk, Groove, Fusion, Mellow R & B, Latin Jazz, Disco, Soulfull and Blaxploitation this podcast is for you from Donny Hathaway to Larry Carlton from Deodato to Jean-Luc Ponty via Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Coke Escovedo, Lonnie Smith or Willie...

December 10, 2017

Influenced by the funk soul revival of the mid-ʻ80s, “In the Name of Luv” bridges the gap between new school and old school with a contemporary mix of percolating dance tracks and spicy slow jams. Adding extra punch to this musical stimulus package: live instrumentatio...

December 8, 2017

Fourteenth EP of your series The Border which begins with a beautiful version of Summer Breeze of Al Jarreau & George Benson and which ends with Bill Champlin between the two some novelties, Kamil Rustan, The Fritz, Rock Candy Funk Party and JazzProfilactika but also a...

December 4, 2017

Perhaps the best album Johnny Watson did during his DJM years. a tight set, totally soulful, which avoids fake funk clichés! The album has some wonderful trippy numbers, cut into this slow g-funk that was a huge legacy of Johnny at the WestCoast scene.
  The best of th...

December 4, 2017

Push formed late 1987 and pioneered the London "Rare Groove" scene with bands such as The Brand New Heavies, The Young Disciple and Soul II Soul. Push released their first track "Traffic" on "Acid Jazz and other Illicit Grooves" (1988 Polydor) which won this critically...

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