‘eclectic’ as in, made up of different things from different sources. Lets face it, that’s what the Funky Melting Pot is all about. The One becomes the many, and the many become the One. Love or worship the One, and surely you would have to love or worship the many too right? Same for music – we love one genre and then we come to love all. The ‘Eclectic Vibes’ series will represent a trawl through multiple genres just for funkywise tracks …lasting funkyware that is standing the test of time. No newbie stuff here.
I apologise in advance if swearing offends you. Sadly (for you), an overwhelming number of Hip Hop tracks that can be said to have stood the test of time are unavoidable for the serious music collector. Maybe future episodes will include clean tracks only …but seriously …ignoring and judging the language of the times is just head-in-the-sand stuff. Its acceptable and maybe even commendable to choose not to use it …and to choose to associate with people who do not but to then wipe out vast sections of arts and culture …well …yeah. A bit of a leap that for me … Anyway, enjoy …I hope.
|1||00:00||Oh Bumbo Klaat||Peter Tosh|
|2||04:29||Waiting in Vain (Alternate Version)||Bob Marley & The Wailers|
|3||09:06||The Way You Do The Things You Do||UB40|
|4||11:57||N.N. Out (Salida)||Dotmatic|
|5||17:06||You Don't Love Me (No No No)||Dawn Penny|
|7||25:14||Why Am I A Rastaman||Cultur|
|8||29:18||Wash Your Worries Away||Trelly Mo|
|9||32:48||Letter To My Son (Instrumental)||Don Trip f. Cee-Lo|
|10||36:42||The Door||D'Angelo and the Vanguard|
|12||43:19||Telephone Love||June Lodge|
|13||47:29||It was a good day||Ice Cube|
|14||51:49||Reggae Got Soul||Toots Hibbert|
|16||58:39||All Your Love||K'La The Lyricist|