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Nights In Harlem (Lounge Mix) Free Podcast

 

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…

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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)

ROY AYERS Is Coming To GINNY’S In Harlem

This is big! The legendary Roy Ayers will be performing at Ginny’s Supper Club this Saturday, December 8th!

Tickets are available at ginnyspperclub.com for the 8PM and 10:30 shows.

Roy Ayers is considered a local Harlem legend and will no doubt be a highlight of the year for Ginny’s Supper Club.

A brief Bio
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Roy Ayers was during the 1960s one of the most prominent and leading jazz vibraphone players in America. During the 1970s and 80s he came to change his focus and became one of the leading figures in R&B and jazz/funk. The 1990s has once again brought him into a new direction and he is now regarded being one of the greatest innovators of the acid jazz movement. His music has often been described as being years ahead of it’s time.
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