Vol. 30 LATBBQ: Acid Jazz
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So, as a way to close out the BBQ series, Ty G and Max thought they'd look back at their roots in the Acid Jazz movement of the early 90's. The following are hand picked classics, all original records.
You'll certainly be able to tell where these two came from by the individual styles reflected - Ty from Montreal and Max from the West Coast, US. Geography won't matter in the mix though. Sure to bring back memories!
Ty G's Classics and the Montreal style:
Jamiroquai - Too Young To Die
Brand New Heavies - Bonafied Funk (Featuring MainSource)
Big Cheese All-Stars - Prawns (12" Remix)
Olde Scottish - Wildstyle (The Krush Handshake) (MoWax- Headz)
Jungle Hala -- Number One Arbi (Flute Mix) instrum.
Kruder and Dorfmeister - High Noon
Mighty Bop - Freestyle Linguistique
The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes Feat Q-Tip (Ummah RMX)
Innerzone Orchestra - People Make The World Go Round - J88
Jessica Lauren - Couldn't Take To Missing You
Max and the West Coast vibe:
Omar - There's Nothing Like This
Opaz featuring Ray Hayden - I Don't Want It
Subterraneans - Taurus Woman
McKoy - Family
Push - Escape
Corduroy - You're a Great Way to Fly
New Jersey Kings - Solid
James Taylor Quartet - Breakout
The Night Trains - Street Chase
Exodus Quartet - Oye Rene!
Up, Bustle and Out - Dance of the Caravan Summer (hip hop interpretation)
S-tone inc. - Agua Azul
The Sharpshooters - Pork Pie Stride
Izit - everywhere pt2 (delta freestyle jam)
Solsonics - This is How We Do (scratches by DJ Greyboy)
Young Disciples - Step Right On
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