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1. Soul Box Luther Vandross Quiet Storm Special With Your Host DJ Bob Fisher On Soul Legends Radio

Soul Box Luther Vandross   Quiet Storm Special  With Your Host DJ Bob Fisher On Soul Legends Radio

Luther Vandross Special - looking back over his career from (April 20, 1951 – July 1, 2005) and some Rare Luther Vandross Interviews and some live rec from from Royal Albert Hall london play list Never Let Me Go All The Woman I Need Since I Lost My Baby Always and Forever Killing Me Softly with His Song Evergreen - Royal Albert Hall The Impossible Dream Anyone Who Had A Heart Love Me Again Luther Vandross - Once Were Lovers Luther Vandross - Knocks Me Off My Feet Luther Vandross - Any Day Now Endless Love Superstar - Wembley Stadium 1989 (Live) If This World Were Mine Love Don't Love You Anymore Forever, For Always, For Love So Amazing Going In Circles Hearts Get Broken All The Time DANCE WITH MY FATHER The closer I get to you Can Heaven wait Never Too Much Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now Change feat. Luther Vandross

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2. Sweet darlin'

Sweet darlin'

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3. Its an illusion

Its  an illusion

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5. Majolese ol'days

Majolese ol'days

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6. Majolese oldies

Majolese oldies

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7. When the Saints (Electro Swing Rework) FREE DOWNLOAD

When the Saints (Electro Swing Rework) FREE DOWNLOAD

Wolfgang Lohr - When the Saints (Tribute to Louis Armstrong) Genre: Electro Swing / bpm: 124 / Key: G "When the Saints Go Marching In", often referred to as "The Saints", is an American gospel hymn. Though it originated as a Christian hymn, it is often played by jazz bands. This song was famously recorded on May 13, 1938 by Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra. The song is sometimes confused with a similarly titled composition "When the Saints are Marching In" from 1896 by Katharine Purvis (lyrics) and James Milton Black (music)! The origins of this song are unclear.[2] It apparently evolved in the early 1900s from a number of similarly titled gospel songs including "When the Saints Are Marching In" (1896) and "When the Saints March In for Crowning" (1908).[3] The first known recorded version was in 1923 by the Paramount Jubilee Singers on Paramount 12073. Although the title given on the label is "When All the Saints Come Marching In," the group sings the modern lyrics beginning with "When the saints go marching in..." No author is shown on the label. Several other gospel versions were recorded in the 1920s, with slightly varying titles but using the same lyrics, including versions by The Four Harmony Kings (1924), Elkins-Payne Jubilee Singers (1924), Wheat Street Female Quartet (1925), Bo Weavil Jackson (1926), Deaconess Alexander (1926), Rev. E. D. Campbell (1927), Robert Hicks (AKA Barbecue Bob, 1927), Blind Willie Davis (1928), and the Pace Jubilee Singers (1928).[4] The earliest versions were slow and stately, but as time passed the recordings became more rhythmic, including a distinctly up tempo version by the Sanctified Singers on British Parlophone in 1931. Even though the song had folk roots, a number of composers claimed copyright in it in later years, including Luther G. Presley[5] and Virgil Oliver Stamps,[6] R.E. Winsett,[7] and Frank and Jim McCravy. Although the song is still heard as a slow spiritual number, since the mid 20th century it has been more commonly performed as a "hot" number.[citation needed] The tune is particularly associated with the city of New Orleans. A jazz standard, it has been recorded by a great many jazz and pop artists. Both vocal and instrumental renditions of the song abound. Louis Armstrong was one of the first to make the tune into a nationally known pop tune in the 1930s. Armstrong wrote that his sister told him she thought the secular performance style of the traditional church tune was inappropriate and irreligious. Armstrong was in a New Orleans tradition of turning church numbers into brass band and dance! ➟ ➟

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9. 90's dance megamix

  • Published: 2010-11-20T23:10:17Z
  • By DJ Nuvoli
90's dance megamix

I have done a mix of 65 90s dance tracks in 65 minutes - hope you like it ! Track Listing Connected Stereo MC's Remember Me Blueboy Let's Talk About Sex Salt N Pepa Hear The Drummer Chad Jackson Cult of Snap Snap Gonna Make You Sweat C+C Music Factory You've Got the Love Candi Staton Space Cowboy Jamiroquai Gypsy Woman Crystal Waters Don't Miss The Partyline Bizz Nizz Going Back to My Roots Richie Havens The Best Things In Life Are Free Luther Vandross Finally Ce Ce Peniston It's Gonna Be A Lovely Day S.O.U.L. Dirty Cash Adventures Of Stevie V Closer Than Close Rosie Gaines Groove Is In The Heart Deee-Lite Where Love Lives Alison Limerick Push the Feeling On Nightcrawlers Un-Break My Heart Toni Braxton Show Me Love Robin S Horny Mousse T Sex Bomb Tom Jones Sing It Back Moloko Touch Me 49'ers Hideaway De'Lacy Missing Everything But The Girl What Is Love Haddaway Music Sounds Better With You Stardust Such a Good Feeling Brothers in Rhythm Don't Call Me Baby Madison Avenue Sing Hallelujah Dr. Alban Free Ultra Nate Waiting for tonight Jennifer Lopez Disco's Revenge Gusto I Luv U Baby Original Insomnia Faithless I'm Gonna Get You Bizarre Inc I Can't Wait (For The Weekend To Begin) Brassy Something Going On Todd Terry Rhythm of the Night Corona U Sure Do Strike Don't You Want Me Felix Professional Widow Tori Amos Keep Warm Jinny Make The World Go Round Sandy B King Of My Castle Wamdue Project Sun Is Shining Bob Marley Vs Funkstar Deluxe Belo Horizonti Heartists Get Get Down Paul Johnson Encore une fois Sash Sunchyme Dario G Stay Sash Mysterious Times Sash It Feels So Good Sonique Let Me Be Your Fantasy Baby D Barbers Adagio For Strings William Orbit It's My Life (Sash! Remix) Dr. Alban Tocas Miracle Fragma Bellisima DJ Quicksilver I Believe Happy Clappers La Primavera Sash Sandstorm Darude Better off Alone Alice Deejay Children Robert Miles

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10. Não Tem - Túlio Bower, Johnny BOB, Dr.Garcys, Rui Luther & Luvgreen$

  • Published: 2016-04-27T21:05:24Z
  • By Dr.Garcys
Não Tem - Túlio Bower, Johnny BOB, Dr.Garcys, Rui Luther & Luvgreen$

Saudações, a Lord Niggas vem por este em companhia de um dos membros de cada grupo da, MMG, AFKB e SG, apresentar uma nova obra de Túlio Bower intitulado 'Não Tem' com a participação de Johnny Bob x Dr Garcys x Rui Luther e Luvgreen$. Endereço de ligação para download:

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11. Traxsource LIVE! #54 with Miguel Migs

Traxsource LIVE! #54 with Miguel Migs

This week we welcome Salted Music’s Miguel Migs to the Traxsource LIVE! studios, who celebrates the release of his latest cut, ‘Eyes on You’ featuring Martin Luther, with a melodic mélange of music from Fouk, Kraak & Smaak, Sebb Junior, Da Sunlounge and some unreleased heat from his own esteemed imprint. Backing up the San Fran stalwart is our very own Brian Tappert, who as ever brings you the freshest house music on the planet from Dimitri From Paris, Danny Daze, Trevino, ANOTR and Bicep, plus this week’s Essential track ‘Mon Repos’ from Babak on Neovinyl Recordings, available now exclusively from Traxsource. • Weekend Weapons (Feb 19th, 2015 Edition): ( ft. Fred Everything, Lay-Far, Danny Daze, Vincenzo, Sebb Junior & much more… • Traxsource: • Traxsource News: • Follow us on Facebook: • Follow us on Instagram: • Follow us on Twitter: HOUR 1 - RESIDENT - BRIAN TAPPERT TRACKLISTING: FEB. 19TH, 2016 01. Cool Million - Oh! (Feat. Porter Caroll Jr. & Matic) (Dimitri From Paris Extended US Remix Dubstrumental) Sedsoul (EXCL Out Now) 02. Fred Everything - Ô - Atjazz Record Company (EXCL Out Now) 03. Franky Rizardo - Keep My Cool - Defected (Unknown) 04. Danny Daze - Miami - Omnidisc (Feb 22nd) > 05. Babak - Mon Repos (Original Mix) Neovinyl Recordings (EXCL Out Now) 06. Mark Farina, Jason Hodges - C’mon Playa (Hodges Junction Remix) Doin Work Records (EXCL Out Now) 07. Revels On Poolside - Waiting For Something (Original Mix) Revels On Poolside (EXCL Mar 11th) 08. ANOTR - Mighty Kingdom - DFTD (Feb 29th) 09. Trevino - Backtracking (Original Mix) The Nothing Special (Out Now) 10. Bruno Furlan, Kyle Watson - But Why (Original Mix) Dirtybird (Feb 26th) 11. Demarkus Lewis, Martha Wash - Catch The Light (Time To Extend Mix) Grin Music (EXCL Feb 25th) 12. Sahib Muhammad - No Set Beat (Main) unquantize (EXCL Out Now) 13. Isaac Tichauer - Higher Level (Bicep Remix) LOFT Records (Feb 26th) 14. Hideo Kobayashi, COLDFEET - Look For Light (Eric Ericksson Dub) Fuente Music (EXCL Mar 7th) 15. Mihai Popoviciu, ToyGUN - Closer - Bondage Music (Feb 22nd) 16. Local Options - Plus One - Large Music (Mar 4th) *** Throwback Classic Cut*** 17. Cleptomaniacs - Give It Up (Original Mix) (Out Now) HOUR 2 - GUEST - MIGUEL MIGS TRACKLISTING: FEB. 19TH, 2016 01. Cutwires - Have It Our Way - 1980 Recordings 02. Eugene Glasgow - I'll do anything - MustHaveSoul 03. Fouk - Coconuts - Room with A View 04. COEO - Native Riddim - Toy Tronics 05. Kraak & Smaak - Seb’s Party - Boogie Angst 06. Romanthony - Too Long (Christian Neilson Mix) - Glasgow Underground 07. Greg Fenton - Communique - Manchester Underground Music (MUM) 08. Miguel Migs feat. Martin Luther - Eyes For You (Vocal Love Stripped Edit) - Salted Music 09. Sebb Junior - My Love My Sins - Salted Music 10. Quadrakey - Hour - Tooman 11. Joshi Mami - I Need Your Love (dub) - Hysterical 12. Da Sunlounge - Circles - Myna 13. Joey Negro - I Can Feel Your Body - Z Records 14. Adri Block - Egypt Nights - RawTone Records 15. DJ Friction - Do You Feel (Pete Herbert Mix) Love Harder Records 16. Konstantin Sibold - Leif - Defected 17. Lumoon & Robin - Classique - Playlister Records 18. Snazzy Trax - Like Disco - Snazzy Trax 19. Pysh - Beachball - TOS Records 20. Soledrifter - Take Me Back - Salted Music FORTHCOMING GUESTS ON TRAXSOURCE LIVE! thatmanmonkz (Feb 29) / Karizma (Mar 4th) / Sonny Fodera (Mar 11th) / Bob Sinclar (Mar 18th)

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12. Mr. Belt & Wezol's Music Club 008 (Guestmix: Chocolate Puma)

Mr. Belt & Wezol's Music Club 008 (Guestmix: Chocolate Puma)

Ladies & gentlemen! We proudly present the eighth episode of Mr. Belt & Wezol's Music Club with a guestmix by none other than Chocolate Puma! iTunes download: Tracklist: 1. Ryan Blyth & After 6 feat. Luther - Special (Original Mix) 2. Hardrive - Deep Inside (Low Steppa Remix) 3. Ali Emm & Aaron Jackson - Liquor Store (Original Mix) 4. Joe Stone - The Party ft. Montell Jordan (This Is How We Do It) 5. Piotr & Zhan - Strobe 6. Billy Kenny & Abby Jane - I Operate (Original Mix) Way Back track: Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta Get Thru This Guestmix: Chocolate Puma 1. Todd Terry - Hear The Music (René Amesz Remix) 2. Sluggers - Horizon 3. Kry Wolf - No Trouble 4. Prok & Fitch - Raw Cut 5. Tchami - After Life 6. Sonny Banks - Spice 7. ID - Red Roses 8. Orlando Voorn - In Da Jungle (Chocolate Puma Miami Cut) 9. Smooth Touch vs. Mr. Polska - In My House Ravotten (Chocolate Puma Bootleg) 10. Bob Sinclar ft. Dawn Tallman - Feel The Vibe (Paolo Ortelli & Luke Degree Remix) Demo Ride track of the month: Flame City - Clash Eye Opener: Goose - SYNRISE (SOULWAX REMIX)

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13. Luther

  • Published: 2014-12-29T21:28:58Z
  • By Bob Gummy

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14. Martin Luther King Jr / Bob Marley "Redemption"

  • Published: 2012-01-16T13:52:40Z
  • By TLGB
Martin Luther King Jr / Bob Marley

Clips from MLK put over Redemption Song by Bob Marley.

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15. Shirley Bassey - I Who Have Nothing (NorthxNWest Mix)

Shirley Bassey - I Who Have Nothing (NorthxNWest Mix)

(c) Lock Stock and Barrel Records 2007. All Rights Reserved. Recording promoted on Soundcloud with full permission. I WHO HAVE NOTHING Written by Donida/Leiber/Stoller/Mogol Published by Universal Music Publishing Dame Shirley's vocal recorded in 1984. Previously released on the album "I Am What I Am". Additional production and remix by NorthxNWest (Bob Kraushaar and Chuck Norman) From the album: Get The Party Started Produced by Catherine Feeney and Nikki Lamborn I WHO HAVE NOTHING I, I who have nothing I, I who have no one Adore you and want you so I’m just a no one With nothing to give you but oh... I love you You, you buy her diamonds, Bright, sparkling diamonds. But believe me, dear when I say That you can give her the world but she’ll never love you the way I love you You can take her any place she wants To fancy clubs and restaurants But I can only watch you with My nose pressed up against The window pane I, I who have nothing I, I who have no one Must watch you, go dancing by Wrapped in the arms of somebody else When darling ‘tis I… Who love you I, I who have nothing I, I who have no one I, I who have nothing I, I who have no one (c) Lock Stock and Barrel Records 2007. All Rights Reserved. Recording promoted on Soundcloud with full permission. "I (Who Have Nothing)" (sometimes billed as "I Who Have Nothing") is a song originally released in English by Ben E. King in 1963. "I (Who Have Nothing)" is based on the Italian song "Uno Dei Tanti," (English: "One of Many") with music by Carlo Donida and lyrics by Giulio "Mogol" Rapetti.[1] "Uno Dei Tanti" was released by Joe Sentieri in 1961. The English lyrics for "I (Who Have Nothing)" were written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, who also produced the Ben E. King record using the backing track from Joe Sentieri's record (orchestra conducted by Luis Enriquez Bacalov). The song was included in the musical revue "Smokey Joe's Cafe". [edit]Versions The original English Ben E. King version was released in 1963 and reached #29 on the Billboard charts. Other versions which reached the Billboard charts were performed by Terry Knight and the Pack in 1966 (#46), by Liquid Smoke in 1970 (#82), by Warhorse in 1972 and by Sylvester in 1979 (#46). The most popular version in the US was by Tom Jones, peaking at #14 in 1970. Shirley Bassey released the song (produced by George Martin) in September 1963, reaching #6 on the UK charts. She performs the song at almost every live concert she gives, and it is on many of her compilation albums, including I Am What I Am with the London Symphony Orchestra, and her 1989 album La Mujer where she sings it in Spanish ("Hoy No Tengo Nada"). She has also been instrumental in making Donida's music known to English speaking audiences through arranging for translations from the Italian, having performed with the composer conducting his own music on Italian television.[2][3] Other versions of "I (Who Have Nothing)" have been recorded by Tom Jones, Petula Clark, Al Kooper, The Spectres, who later became Status Quo, Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway, Sylvester, Jedi Mind Tricks, Hodges, James & Smith, Luther Vandross & Martha Wash, Liza Minnelli, Brook Benton, Neil Diamond, Joe Cocker, Normie Rowe, Katherine Jenkins, Linda Jones, Little Milton, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Sam Sorono (1950-2008), Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, Warhorse and Vassilikos from Raining Pleasure; in January 2012, Gladys Knight released a dance remixes EP of her cover of the song. Recent interpretations include those by American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, Nikki Kerkhof, the winner of Idols 4, the Dutch version of Pop Idol, and Irish auditionee on The X Factor UK Mary Byrne. Jordin Sparks sang the song during British Invasion Week on the sixth season of American Idol. A studio recording of her performance reached #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 following her win. Haley Reinhart also sang it on season ten of American Idol in the Top 4 round, receiving a standing ovation from the judges and instant critical acclaim from critics and audiences alike. Hip-Hop trio Signs of Rozetta made a version of the song in 2011 that gained popularity in Connecticut and has been heard on YouTube.

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16. Deixa a Wave Ft. Johnny BOB & Dr. Garcys

Deixa a Wave Ft. Johnny BOB & Dr. Garcys

Captação|Mixagem|Masterização by Johnny BOB Download: WE ARE MUSIC 2017

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