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June 14th, 2011 by harlemhouse

By HarlemHouse
Reposting HarlemHouse Vol. I (Be Inspired Mix) to get you ready for summer with soulful inspirational house vocals for that feel good party vibe ! ! !

On this mix… RhythmDB is bringing you true authentic deep spiritual funky house tracks and grooves that will bring you up & take you there.  This mix is in keeping with the spirit of the Sundae Sermon’s in Morningside Park, recently reviewed here by HarlemHouse..  Harlem NYC Summer Sundays / Sundae Sermon in Morningside Park

On HarlemHouse Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix) Compiled and mixed by RhythmDB for HCL you will hear:  Ann Nesby, Jasper Street Co., Kerri Chandler, Byron Stingily, Frankie Knuckles, Grant Nelson, Studio Apartment, Yasmeen Sulieman, Julie McKnight, Louie Vega, Manoo & Francois A., Kathy Brown, Peven Everett, DJ Spen & The MuthaFunkaz, Soul Theory, Unity and more…

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FREE DOWNLOAD complimentary from HarlemCondoLife available now on iTunes.

Harlem House Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix)

Download now (via iTunes) |   Play on-line now (via Podbean)

June 14th, 2011 by harlemhouse

By HarlemHouse
Reposting HarlemHouse Vol. I (Be Inspired Mix) to get you ready for summer with soulful inspirational house vocals for that feel good party vibe ! ! !

On this mix… RhythmDB is bringing you true authentic deep spiritual funky house tracks and grooves that will bring you up & take you there.  This mix is in keeping with the spirit of the Sundae Sermon’s in Morningside Park, recently reviewed here by HarlemHouse..  Harlem NYC Summer Sundays / Sundae Sermon in Morningside Park

On HarlemHouse Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix) Compiled and mixed by RhythmDB for HCL you will hear:  Ann Nesby, Jasper Street Co., Kerri Chandler, Byron Stingily, Frankie Knuckles, Grant Nelson, Studio Apartment, Yasmeen Sulieman, Julie McKnight, Louie Vega, Manoo & Francois A., Kathy Brown, Peven Everett, DJ Spen & The MuthaFunkaz, Soul Theory, Unity and more…

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FREE DOWNLOAD complimentary from HarlemCondoLife available now on iTunes.

Harlem House Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix)

Download now (via iTunes) |   Play on-line now (via Podbean)

July 26th, 2010 by harlemhouse

by HarlemHouse

 

Soulful inspirational house vocals for that feel good party vibe!

By HarlemHouse                                                                                                                              On this mix… RhythmDB is bringing you true authentic deep spiritual funky house tracks and grooves that will bring you up & take you there.  This mix is in keeping with the spirit of the Sundae Sermon’s in Morningside Park, recently reviewed here.

On HarlemHouse Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix) you will hear:  Ann Nesby, Jasper Street Co., Kerri Chandler, Byron Stingily, Frankie Knuckles, Grant Nelson, Studio Apartment, Yasmeen Sulieman, Julie McKnight, Louie Vega, Manoo & Francois A., Kathy Brown, Peven Everett, DJ Spen & The MuthaFunkaz, Soul Theory and Unity.

FREE DOWNLOAD complimentary from HarlemCondoLife available now on iTunes.

Harlem House Vol.I (Be Inspired Mix)

Download now (via iTunes) |   Play on-line now (via Podbean)

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September 8th, 2013 by HarlemGuy

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Our latest podcast Chocolate Butter Funk  is a delicious blend of old school, finger-snapping, head-bobbing funk jams, that is sure to bring a smile to your face and some hop to your step.  Not to mention great memories.

On this mix you will hear The Brothers Johnson, Earth Wind & Fire, Cameo, L.T.D, Ohio Players, Rick James, Dazz, Chaka Khan & Rufus, Shalamar, The Gap Band and Joyce Sims,  just to name a few.

This podcast was compiled and mixed by HarlemHouse for HCL with a volume 2 mix soon to follow.

Chocolate Butter Funk download via iTunes

All Podcasts 

March 31st, 2013 by harlemcondolife

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Happy Easter Harlem from all of us here at HarlemCondoLife.  With Easter being such an important holiday for many of us here in Harlem (and around the globe) we hope you have a healthy and happy Easter with your family, friends and loved ones.  And take a little time to reflect and give thanks.  Be grateful for today and every day and for those less fortunate than you, send some extra love their way.  For those of you also going to church this morning, where are you having your Easter Sunday lunch/dinner?  Get ready Harlem, it is going to be a busy and blessed day!

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Thank you to all of our loyal readers and followers here at Harlem Condo Life after all these years.  We are happy and grateful to be able to help contribute our little part to the Harlem community at large.  We will continue to keep our blog and content positive, enjoyable and informative.  The original founders of HarlemCondoLife, HarlemCondoLife.com, @HarlemHCL are all still here (minus one) and we are HarlemGuy, NativeNewYorker, HarlemHouse and ICare4Harlem.  We are grateful to our guest bloggers who add various posts, breaking news and their own perspective and views on issues whenever they are able to help us out.  As we say in our Bio,  “We remain a group of friends from diverse backgrounds living in Harlem and sharing news and events with our community and around the globe.  Harlem is universal.  It is an identity known throughout the world.”  We are happy and blessed to be part of Harlem.

March 11th, 2013 by harlemhouse

 

Nights In Harlem (Lounge Mix)


RhythmDB’s latest mix for HCL is sure to be a favorite for the grown and sexy crowd.  Bringing it downtempo this podcast will take you on a soulful journey with chillout grooves, jazz, neo-soul, brazilian, hiphop, world, remixes & mellow house grooves.  To download or stream “Nights In Harlem” (Lounge Mix) click on the following links below…

Download free (via iTunes) |   Play on-line now (via Podbean)

See Playlist below

PLAYLIST-

Nickodemus– (intro fade) Sun People mixed with DJ Sun– Ten

Nina Simone– My Man’s Gone Now (Dj Wally Remix)

DJ Sun– Marks On The Keys

Incognito– Everybody Loves the Sunshine mixed with Roy Ayers– Everybody Loves the Sunshine (9th Wonder Remix)

Billie Holiday- Trav’lin All Alone (Nickodemus & Zeb Remix)

Blue Six– We Used to Rock

Cesaria Evora– Quem bo e (Who Are You)

J.Period & Nneka– Mind Vs. Heart

Marcio Faraco– No Casa Do Seu

Ursula Rucker– Anyouknowhat? (Original Mix)

The Game f./Pharrell & Justin Timberlake– Ain’t No Doubt About It

Malcolm McLaren– Un Coche de Agua Negra

Raul Paz– Buena Suerte

Fat Freddy’s Drop– The Raft

Samantha James– Find a Way

Vikter Duplaix– Electric Love (Jneiro Jarel Remix)

U.Rucker– Obama Interlude #2

Jill Scott, Al Jarreau & George Benson– God Bless the Child

Billie Holiday– All Of Me (Live Version)

Sunshine Jones– If You Wouldn’t Mond (Tiger Stripes Remix)

Audiofly– 1999

Kindred the Family Soul– House of Love (AC’s Dub Mix)

August 13th, 2012 by harlemhouse

HARLEM GOSPEL REMIXED

Finally after several months we are happy to present a new Podcast to you from Harlem Condo Life.   Compiled by HarlemHouse on this mix you will hear primarily female vocalists of Gospel and Inspirational R&B such as The Clark Sisters, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Ann Nesby, Cece Winans and Tramaine Hawkins just to name a few.  This mix is a celebration of life and hopefully will inspire you, whatever your faith or spirituality is, to give thanks and let the music take your worries away.  Remember Gospel music is not just for Sunday you can enjoy it everyday of the week.  So put your headphones on at your desk at work, or on your morning subway ride or crank it up in your car… and get your spirit on!  HARLEM GOSPEL REMIXED

PODCAST now available on iTunes and Podbean Harlem Gospel Remixed
*Please also check out albums and singles available for sale by all of these various talented artists on iTunes.  You can find them all listed under Music – Christian & Gospel category.

Playlist
Commissioned & The Clark Sisters – Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates
Twinkie Clark – Endow Me (Live Mix)
Kerri Chandler – Black Joy (Kerri Chandler Remix)
Melba Moore – My Heart Belongs to You (Distant Remix)
Cece Winans – Test of Time
Vanessa Bell Armstrong – Seasons
Vanessa Bell Armstrong – Til the Victory’s Won (Edit Mix)
Kelly Price – And You Don’t Stop
Dorinda Clark-Cole – Welcome
Dorinda Clark-Cole – This Is It
The Clark Sisters – Blessing and Highly Favored
Ann Nesby – Tonight’s the Night (Royal Garden Remix)
Karen Clark Sheard – Sometimes
Twinkie Clark – The Anointing
The Clark Sisters – Livin’ (Live Mix)
Tramaine Hawkins – Fall Down Spirit of Love (Extended Mix)

*To download more PODCASTS on HarlemCondoLife’s iTunes page click here HARLEMCONDOLIFE 

February 13th, 2012 by Native New Yorker

By NativeNewYorker

When it opened in 2005, Melba’s was one of the first new restaurants to arrive on Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Boulevard. This warm, welcoming, elegant establishment serves “American comfort food”. The menu now includes a few “healthy eating” items as well as traditional southern dishes. Melba’s is a favorite of local residents as well as a destination of choice for celebs, political VIPs, and New Yorkers in-the-know . The owner, Melba Wilson, can often be seen greeting her guests with the grace and style that are her trademarks. NativeNewYorker recently shared an outstanding meal there with other HCL founders HarlemGuy, HarlemHouse and ICare4Harlem. Melba wasn’t there but the place still ran smoothly. From the moment we walked in, her friendly, knowledgeable and efficient staff made us feel at home. We started with appetizers – the catfish strips were yummy, and the drinks were also a hit. I am not a Mojito lover but my colleague assured me that his was first rate. Our entrees were all beautifully presented as well as delicious.

HarlemGuy had the Melba’s signature Southern Fried Chicken and Eggnog Waffles, HarlemHouse really enjoyed the salmon with Melba’s famous mac & cheese and sauteed spinach; ICare4Harlem had the wine braised short ribs of beef and yours truly had the Chilean Sea Bass which was perfectly cooked.

We were almost too full for dessert but couldn’t resist sharing the chocolate mousse cake and the scrumptious homemade green apple sorbet. We lingered long after the last morsel was finished, enjoying the amazing selection of old school music that was playing throughout our meal. Often the music at Melba’s is pumping (sometimes a little too loudly for my taste) but this was a Sunday night and the sounds were perfect for ‘chillin’ with good friends.

If you haven’t been to Melba’s – go. This small, classy establishment is still the Queen of Frederick Douglass Blvd.

Melba Wilson

Melba’s is located at 300 West 114th Street on Frederick Douglass Blvd. It is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday and for brunch on Saturday & Sunday. Call (212) 864-7777 or email melbas@melbasrestaurant.com for information or reservations. Melba’s also does catering; for information email melbascatering@gmail.com.

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December 31st, 2011 by HarlemGuy
The Morningsider Blog was recently covered in the The New York Times in December, and announced as much on their Blog.  In doing so they were gracious enough to mentiong HarlemCondoLife as one of the many blogs in Harlem that highlight civic activities, cultural happenings, new retailers, and entertainment choices in the area.

Excerpt:

“Today, we wanted to introduce a few of our favorite Harlem blogs that are must-reads before your next trip uptown (or around the corner)!  Combined, the blog network is sure to provide a wonderful guide to experience the diversity of living Uptown in the New Year.”

HarlemCondoLife

Described as “your gateway to Harlem,” HarlemCondoLife was founded by five Harlem newbies who moved to the neighborhood to seek new experiences. Today, Harlem Guy, NativeNewYorker, and Icare4Harlem, HarlemHouse still post regularly about their lives in Harlem from a variety of perspectives and first-hand accounts.

HarlemCondoLife frequently posts job opportunitiesreal estate newsrestaurant reviews, and polls, all of which help readers interact and learn about what’s popular among Harlem-enthusiasts. HarlemCondoLife also provides some intellectual stimulation by posting motivational quotationsbook reviews, and playlists and podcasts.

If you’re looking for Harlem news and inspiration, we suggest starting here: http://harlemcondolife.com/. 

The full story.

Thank you for including HarlemCondoLife.

And to all our readers, a safe and happy new year.

December 15th, 2011 by harlemhouse

HarlemHouse
                                                                                                                           

“I’m for human lib, the liberation of all people, not just black people or female people or gay people.”

– Richard Pryor