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Funky Mosquito Purple Groove Jazz Funk Mix (18.08.13)_1:31.58
Yeahh, there has been the time of cult rare grooves. The first steps
of the electronic beginning decade with fender rhodes, hammond,
synth and the classical instruments like drums, bass, guitar and
So it started with jazz, then came the funk…and just with or before
the disco decade…some really cool musicians played between.
So the purple groove jazz funk is introduced to you with the music
cats like Jimmy Smith, Eddie Russ, Blue Mitchell, Patrice Rushen,
Jimmy Mc Griff and Richard “Groove” Holmes, Oliver Nelson u.o.
All the tracks are made for the dancefloor. And it works. Ten years
before when i did a lot of vinyl dj’ing. These were my favorites
Eddie Russ - Take a look at yourself (remastered)
So, everything is coming from Vinyl and it’s an analog mix.
In the tracklist you can find the album’s name and also the relase year.
Wish you big listening pleasure,
You’re dj-dude mosquito. Swiss quality music since 1968
Further infos and more funky mixes you can find under facebook:
The Purple Groove Jazz Tracklist (1971-1982)
01) Jimmy Smith - Give Up The Booty (8:17, 1977) (Sit On It, Mercury)
02) Eddie Russ - I Heard That (4:21, 1978) (Take A Look At Yourself, Monument Rec.)
03) Patrice Rushen - The Hump (6:04, 1977) (Shout It, Prestige)
04) Blue Mitchell - Bump It (4:57, 1975) (Stratosonic Nuances, RCA)
05) Blue Mitchell - Beans & Taters (4:25, 1974) (Many Shades Of Blue, Mainstream)
06) Blue Mitchell - Satin Soul (7:24, 1975) (Stratosonic Nuances, RCA)
07) Blue Mitchell - Funky Walk (4:36, 1974) Many Shades Of Blue, Mainstream)
08) Eddie Russ - Take A Look At Yourself (5:32, 1978) (Take A Look At Yourself, Monument)
09) Patrice Rushen - Let There Be Funk (4:16, 1977) (Shout It, Prestige)
10) Jimmy Smith - Born To Groove (6:45, 1977) ( Sit On It, Mercury)
11) Richard “Groove” Holmes - Down Home Funk (5:20, 1971) (Comin’ On Home, Blue Note)
12) Jimmy McGriff - Skywalk (8:43,1984) (Skywalk, Fantasy)
13) Jimmy McGriff - Outside Looking Inside (5:53, 1978) (Outside Looking In, Monument)
14) Richard “Groove” Holmes - 125th St. and 7th Ave (3:37, 1975) (Six Million Dollar Man, Flying Dutchman)
15) Oliver Nelson - Dumpy Mama (4:38, 1975) (Skull Session, Flying Dutchman)
16) Willie Bobo - Always There (6:45, 1978) (Hellofanacttofollow, CBS)
17) Gene Harris - Listen Here (5:20, 1972) (Of The Tree Sounds, Blue Note)
18) Patrice Rushen - Number One (4:55, 1982) (Straight From The Heart, Elektra)
19) 100% Pure Poison - Windy C (5:16, 1974) (Coming Right At You, Emi)
Thanxs to all these groove artists for there great performance and melodies.
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