RHH12 - Throwback (Hip-Hop Mix)

• December 2nd, 2014

It's just that when you heard hip-hop, no matter where you were, it was a culture that kind of made you want to try to be part of it. Whether you thought you were an artist, whether you thought you could be a DJ, whether you thought you could breakdance, or whether you thought you could rap. It was the kind of culture that had a lot of open doors.
Ice T


I can't control what people think. I'm not trying to manipulate people's thoughts or sentiments. I write all the time. You have to experience life, make observations, and ask questions. It's machine-like how things are run now in hip-hop, and my ambitions are different.
Mos Def


Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Mixaloop Intro N/A
2 00:42 Big Poppa (1995 Version) Notorious B.I.G
3 4:41 Episodes The Roots
4 10:22 Streets on Lock Young Jeezy
5 13:33 You Got It J. Cole Feat. Wale
6 17:59 Waste of Time Raphael Saadiq/Snoop Dogg
7 21:06 I got 5 on It Luniz
8 24:46 No Diggity Blackstreet Feat. Dr. Dre
9 29:07 Dance With The Devil Immortal Technique
10 31:58 Fight Music D12
11 36:16 Innermission Prhym8
12 37:34 Reunited Wu-Tang Clan
13 42:51 Foolish Ashanti
14 46:13 It Just Don't Stop The Roots
15 50:44 The Roach (The Chronic Outro) Dr. Dre
16 55:14 Street Dreams NAS
17 59:12 This World Is Mine (Plan B Studio Version) Roots Manuva
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RH4 - Once Upon a Time (Soulful House Mix)

• November 28th, 2014

Well with Year-End festivities fast approaching, I thought I would step it a bit with the fun Dance stuff. There will be at least three more in the next few weeks and perhaps the only surprise is that I am including Hip Hop …old-school and Vintage Hits from the 80s and 90s. I know that I had said I will no longer make Hip Hop sets but in all honesty, my problems with Hip Hop have to do with the modern stuff rather than the classics of the past ..especially the 90s which, together with the early noughties, produced just about all my favourite Hip Hop tracks. I still collect some of the modern stuff because you just never know if you will need to use it one day …if a person ever really can feel that they NEED to play a specific Hip Hop track. But who knows – someone might ask for it.

Just one more thing in relation to this and it’s the following: Many Producers of modern dance music seem hell-bent on destroying as many ears as possible! I mean, when I do a spectral analysis of my track I find the damn thing is loud enough. The fact that it sounds soft compared to the next 11 tracks is astonishing and is 100% to be blamed on Producers that, in the words of one expert Sound Engineer, “compress the sh%t out of EVERYTHING”! How has music become so loud that on your smartphone a volume setting of 4/10 is loud?!? I cannot even play most modern music on my home theater because even with a Bass setting of zero I still get booming bass in the room …too much to bear. Or maybe the intended market is people with “Bass Boxes” consisting of Subwoofers in the trunks/boots of their cars?? Whatever the reason trust me, it is not good for the ears and my advice is to listen wisely. When we get to be 60 years old one day it will matter!

Anyway I hope you enjoy this set. It is called “Once Upon A Time” because it consists mostly of classic Soulful House tracks from the 90s. Next up is a review of the Hip Hop of the same era …and maybe later we review the Electronic Lounge music of the same time too. Cheers.

Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Ride The Storm (Funky Melting Pot Mashup) Keith Monale Feat. Akabu
2 06:30 Hideaway Jan Kincaid
3 11:42 Dangly Panther Jimster
4 14:03 Turning The Tide Jinadu
5 18:50 This Means That [Vocal Sax's Mix) Paul Randolph
6 26:30 The Nervous Track Nuyorican Soul
7 31:44 I Wanna Be With You Undercontrol Feat. TL
8 35:30 Beautiful People (Underground Network Mix) Barbara Tucker
9 41:45 Dont Mess With My Man T-Empo
10 48:26 All About the Love (Vocal Dub) Leo Portela
11 52:17 Everybody Get Down ASculptured Music
12 58:25 In My Lifetime Ezel Feat Tamara Wellons
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RL78 Cross Genre: Vintage Pop meets Iconic Soul (Compilation)

• November 21st, 2014

Back when I was young and still very much wet behind the ears I was exposed to a lot of Soul music through my parents who had stacks of records which they recently passed on to me. I, and my brothers, were lucky in that my parents were pretty open in their musical tastes. You could find anything in their collection from Barry White, to Elvis Presley to Reverend Cleveland and his Choir. There were (and are) also lots of assorted classical records including Beethoven and Mozart. Perhaps the only thing that surprised me recently (I am in the slow process of digitizing these albums) was finding “Handel’s Messiah – The Choir of Kings College, Cambridge” in the collection! Even I do not have music buying habits that go that deep …

Soul, though, is what my parents mostly played. When I went to school however, I was exposed to mainstream Pop and unlike many of my generation, I liked it. I found nothing wrong with the likes of Depeche Mode and Spandau Ballet and I did not find the label “white music” to be a significant barrier. For me it was just good music and the fact that a white or black person made it was like me worrying if my fast food burger was made by a white or black person. The stomach does not discriminate and neither do my ears.

So I lived this double existence in my youth – listening to “black music” with Black people and “white music” with White people and I had the time of my life! Personally I thought I was living twice the life that the unfortunate souls who existed in only one group lived. One second I would be rocking to Falco’s “Rock me Amadeus” with school mates and, when I got home, I would kick it with friends while listening to Kool and the Gang. Of course, there was always the risk of losing my “ghetto pass” but I never made the mistake of suddenly singing “I love Rock and Roll” in the wrong company!

Related to that, and just as a side note and really, not to be unnecessarily defensive, but I do not want it to “rain men”. I am heterosexual and would have a different wish altogether. But a great song is a great song but this sure is one song you will never hear me singing out aloud!

Anyway here is my world as it was through the 80s and 90s. In a way, I am inviting you into the mind of a teenager for whom less was never more when it came to music.

Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 What's Going On Marvin Gaye
2 03:44 More than a Woman Bee Gees
3 06:50 C'Est La Vie Robbie Nevil
4 10:08 You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine Lou Rawls
5 13:37 Only You Flying Picketts
6 16:51 Where Is The Love Roberta Flack with Donny Hathaway
7 19:28 Play That Funky Music Wild Cherry
8 24:08 Fade To Gray Visage
9 27:41 What Am I Gonna Do With You Barry White
10 31:05 Black Man Ray China Crisis
11 34:24 Chain Of Fools Aretha Franklin
12 37:07 I Heard It Through The Grapevine Marvin Gaye
13 40:11 Labelle Lady Marmalade
14 44:00 September Earth, Wind & Fire
15 47:28 Stumble It In Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro
16 51:20 My First, My Last, My Everything Barry White
17 55:46 It's Raining Men The Weather Girls
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RL77 - Jazzy Moments in Eternity

• November 11th, 2014

Thanks to questionable characters that scour the internet on a perpetual hunt for the next victim, I am not going to be stupid enough to publicly announce what has become of my home studio. All I can say is that I am grateful, happy and am looking forward to many mixes and many creative moments …some of which you will hopefully hear. I am probably going to start with a re-production of that remix I did of Akabu’s “Ride the Storm”. Personally I like the original remix but it probably could do with a couple more variations in sound and maybe also some additional mastering. It will have to wait for more creative times though …right now is probably not a good time due to some other possible changes happening in my life …possibly ..I don’t know.

But check out this Funky Jazzy Lounge music!! Man this stuff is FUN! I am not sure why but images of the dancing Brown Bear in the animated movie “Jungle Book” come to mind. Did you see it? He was singing “The Bare Necessities” and was having the time of his life. Well this is that type of music – it is fun and free of the pattern-based requirements and rules of House music ..and much of the Lounge soundscape come to think it. In my mind, I seem to think that this is the type of music that is performed by people who really do not give a f*&k. They are in it for the art and they do not mind doing music as a secondary career if it means producing the type of sound they love. Trust me – the vast majority of people are not buying this music. I have had “Beach Day” for close to 8 years and have not heard it played ANYWHERE. The same can be said for much of the music in this mix and as you will hear, it is not for a lack of appeal that people are not buying it – it is because when it comes down to it, people will choose what they know and to many ears Jazzy music is something that only “old timers” listen to. Well that is their loss because they are missing out on a type of music that richly rewards the listener who has an open mind and a definite affinity with things that are fun and stress free and my God how so many of us could do with some fun and stress free-ness …

Please give Jazzy Lounge a chance? Some of us are devotees and subscribe to the “Keep Jazzy Lounge Alive” movement. I hope that soon you too will be a subscriber. Cheers and please enjoy.


Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 U The Dining Rooms
2 03:45 Living the Truth Guy Monk
3 07:58 Across Waters Deja-Move Meets Mr. Yoshiaki
4 15:24 Jazzanova Cocktail Mirage of Deep
5 21:48 Boogaloo master The Halftones
6 27:07 Beach Day Riolistic
7 32:24 El ritmo de Miami Tetris
8 37:32 Islamorada Fishing Company Sven Van Hees
9 41:47 Great Shape Twelve Code
10 44:56 Daytona Beach Track Info Lost
11 48:33 Cotton Candy PNFA
12 51:45 Saturday Afternoon Track Info Lost
13 55:44 Tell Me U Want Me (Chilli Mix) Hispana Hombres
14 59:05 Meteor Dotmatic
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RH45 - Inner City Deep (Deep House Mix)

• October 22nd, 2014

Sorry, but after being forced once again to explain how it works to some people, let me clarify how I work when it comes to these mixes. Basically I will often go out and buy a bunch of music. Sometime later I will classify all the tracks into various categories based on genre and/or sound. The tracks coming in are always new but they get put in the same folders/crates/stands with tracks I may have bought months ago but have not included in any mix yet. As a result of this, my mixes will nearly always include both old and new music. Personally this does not bother me much because the familiarity of the known will always make the new so much more palatable and acceptable ..at least to me.

So let me apologise if you are one of those people who believe in only having the latest thing. That is simply not how I function and there is not much I can do except hope that I include enough new music to keep you satisfied …ish. Music for me is exempt from any rules governed by time. It is all about feel. I was reading this poem the other day called “Tintern Abbey” where the writer described almost exactly what I feel when I listen to music:

“And I have felt
A presence that disturbs me with the joy
Of elevated thoughts; a sense sublime
Of something far more deeply interfused,
Whose dwelling is the light of setting suns,
And the round ocean, and the living air,
And the blue sky, and in the mind of man:
A motion and a spirit, that impels
All thinking things, all objects of all thought,
And rolls through all things.

I will be taking some time off to revamp my little home/bedroom studio. I use a DVS (Digital Vinyl System) and there is every indication that my mixer is on its way out. It needs to be replaced and I would also like to get one or two effects units and a sample controller or MIDI keyboard. I also need to clean up the place ..it is now quite cluttered with RC stuff, magazines and so on. My turntables could also do with some maintenance and maybe new needles. This will be my first break down of the place and those damn Digital Vinyl Systems are notoriously finicky to put together. I could upgrade to digital controllers and abandon my Stanton Turntables but I now have a real sentimental attachment to them …regardless of the fact that I use them mostly as controllers. Maybe I am crazy but the feel of spinning the record faster/slower in order to beat match still beats pressing buttons for me …regardless of the fact that both Digital Vinyl and Fully Digital Systems control an MP3 or WAV file at the end of the day. But the Digital Vinyl System does have an advantage and that is that you can always bring along your analogue records with your MP3 files ...which is always handy when you want to drop that 70s Soul Classic that you have never been able to find on Disc. You cannot do that with a Digital only system.

Anyway, I hope I will be able to put everything together before the cows come home lol. Enjoy and thank you for your support.


Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Diamonds Pablo Bolivar
2 05:36 Satellites Motor City Drum Ensemble
3 11:21 Turning Matin
4 17:55 Put Off Marlow Feat. Comixxx And Knixx
5 23:20 Highlight My Life (BitterSuite Remix) Ladybird
6 30:07 Keep Moving Pablo Bolivar
7 35:13 Kuroi Anton Lanski
8 40:36 Happy Ferry Ultra Feat. Gwen McCrae
9 48:40 Smoke Mode Pablo Bolivar
10 53:46 Togetherness Beppe Gioia & Thomas Toccafondi
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RH44 - Chillhouse Cruise Sessions (Chillhouse Mix)

• October 15th, 2014

One of my joys in life is ChillHouse. Nobody knows what it is and, to be honest, I could not tell you either. All I know is that when I hear it I know what it is because nothing else sounds like it. The first track in this mix, “El Musica”, is probably not the best example but from Track 2 onwards you get to experience the best of Chillhouse over the last ten years or so. Chillhouse defies easy categorisation simply because it is Lounge music in Dance form. Listen to any of the tracks and mentally slow things down by about 20 beats per minute and Voila! – You have Lounge music. This is why it is great for chilling or listening to through a pair of good headsets.

But for me there is another pleasure: I am lucky to also own a pristine VW Beetle from the 70s and if there is one thing you quickly learn about those cars it is that they are fun but slow – terminally slow. It is something that takes some getting used to in this day and age when people seem to only want to travel at the National Speed Limit and not under it. But I tend to use the car only during off-peak times and I am used to the slow place now. I have also, in the process, come to learn something: Old and slow cars ARE GREAT for cruising along listening to Chillhouse (or whatever music) while bopping your head around occasionally like one of those dashboard baseball figures. I mean what else are you going to do? Wish it to go faster? You might as well sit back, Chill and listen to some fine ChillHouse. Often on Public Holidays I grab my old fashioned hat, whip out my phone and headsets and off I will head in my Bug …at wayyyy under the speed limit. The music is on the phone because the car does not have a stereo ..or radio and I am not about to ruin it by installing anything. Silence is too underrated!

So this mix is for cruising …whether driving or just travelling. It is mind House music and works best when you let the songs work their magic on you. Some are repetitive but as any self-respecting Shaman will tell you – this is when the music works best on the Mind. Enjoy!

Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 El Musica (Filho de Moueta Mix) KB
2 08:08 The Fragrance of Life Blue Wave
3 12:40 Beloved Images Christos Fourkis
4 19:52 Lay It On The Line (Fred Everything's Lazy Vox Mix) Guests Of Nature, Black Lodge
5 24:24 Rising Sun Don Gorda Project
6 30:00 El Capricho Baghira
7 34:16 Through Your Eyes Hornbostel & Donner
8 39:04 Get It On PNFA
9 44:08 Fantasia Aquarius
10 49:04 Time Stands Still Enrico Donner, Theresa Thomaso
11 53:12 Para Mi Churri Deep F.M.
12 58:48 Cindy The V.I.P.
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RL76 - Sunbeam Lounging (Up-Tempo Funky Lounge Mix)

• October 2nd, 2014

SONGS OF INNOCENCE

Piping down the valleys wild,
Piping songs of pleasant glee,
On a cloud I saw a child,
And he laughing said to me:

"Pipe a song about a Lamb!"
So I piped with merry cheer.
"Piper, pipe that song again;"
So I piped: he wept to hear.

"Drop thy pipe, thy happy pipe;
Sing thy songs of happy cheer:!"
So I sang the same again,
While he wept with joy to hear.

"Piper, sit thee down and write
In a book, that all may read."
So he vanish'd from my sight;
And I pluck'd a hollow reed,

And I made a rural pen,
And I stain'd the water clear,
And I wrote my happy songs
Every child may joy to hear.

William Blake ("Songs of Innocence and of Experience and The Book of Thel")


Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Breathe Me In Lady Cherelle
2 03:58 Triangle DJ Stella
3 07:30 Together (Lounge Guitar Mix) Dee C'rell, Richelle Claiborne
4 12:40 Look At Me Again Monodeluxe Feat. Paola
5 19:10 CafaInternational (Seven Sences) Johannes Huppertz
6 23:01 Le Reve Akmusique
7 27:21 Promenade Paris Circles & Spirales
8 32:23 La Route Enigmatic
9 35:53 Face The Funk, Face The Fact Glam Sam And His Combo
10 39:38 The Lounge Again Dario J
11 43:17 Hear Me Sofa Junkiez
12 50:18 Take Your Time (Main Mix) Ladies Of The Deep feat. Soul Sista Shakti
13 54:46 Salamandra Marcel
14 58:06 Duck Sauce Euphonic 7
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RH43 - After-Tears (Soulful House Mix - Mostly Vocal)

• September 18th, 2014

There was a fascinating story doing the rounds at Alfa Romeo meets involving Giuseppe Busso, a brilliant senior engineer at Alfa Romeo back in the day. He was given the thoroughly serious job of designing the Alfettas’ suspension. The instruction issued was for him to design three options for the car. The first was a cheap option, the second was a “middle of the road” option between all-out performance and comfort, and the third was a “no expense spared” option. When he got done and went to present these options to his seniors, they then had to choose which option the car would be produced with. Amazingly, they chose Option 3 – the “no expense spared” option. Such a decision is mind-boggling in an age where the mantra is “keep production costs low” and it also goes a long way towards explaining why Alfa Romeo was, relatively soon after all this, consumed by the juggernaut that is Fiat.

And that, friends, is what happens when a company makes decisions based on passion and quality at the expense of keeping costs low, i.e. they crash and burn! I imagine many Soulful House musicians are in a similar sort of situation. They choose to make what they consider to be quality dance music despite the fact that there are many other genres that are much bigger than Soulful House but are of, errm, "dubious" quality. I mean holy s&*t, imagine if we lost "Fish Go Deep" to Dubstep! Or "Leanne" to modern bratty teen R&B! Oh the humanity! Honestly, if I could, I would send all these guys AND old Giuseppe Busso a “Thank You – You Are Awesome” card. Their sacrifice is our gain and in the same way I will always love the old Alfa Romeo, I will also always support Soulful House.

Before I sign off, here is a hot tip: Tracks number 2 (“Let’s Go Back”) and 3 (“Mr. Weather Man”). You can thank me in the next life. Cheers and please enjoy responsibly ...lol ...

Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Coracao Em Ebulicao (Original Mix) AM ROOTs Feat. Sonia Miranda
2 03:58 Let's Go Back Fish Go Deep & Rebecca Meagher
3 09:38 Mr. Weather Man Leanne
4 15:11 Let It Go Cosa Nostra, Miss MIC
5 20:12 Pure Bliss KqueSol
6 26:17 Dirty Love (Aki Bergen & Daniel Jaze Soulvision Remix) Sunshine Jones
7 33:08 Keep Smilin' (daOldSh.. Mix) TogetherBro, Anthony Poteat
8 37:00 Late Discovery Georg Levin
9 42:06 Feels Like Home MdCL feat. Ovasoul7
10 47:23 This Is Amazing (Raf n Soul One Night at PNL Mix) Raf N Soul feat.Charles McDougald
11 53:47 Ochosi Sunlightsquare
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RL75 - Working Fiction (Atmospheric Lounge Compilation)

• September 7th, 2014

The other day I saw this documentary about the legendary Heavyweight Boxing Champion Joe Frazier. I love documentaries and this one was spellbinding. Born to a family of sharecroppers this man went on to participate in what they called “The Fight of the Century” against Mohammed Ali. It was great television and was the kind of stuff that always makes me look in wonder when people make blanket statements like “all TV is crap these days”. Well I recommend documentaries …and sports …lots of sports!

Anyway, Joe Frazier and the documentary came to mind because of something he said. It was related to boxing, of course, but you do not need to have even two brain cells to rub together in order to feel the deeper side of his comment. He said “everyone has a plan until someone punches them in the face”. Well up until Thursday last week I was going along merrily achieving the things I have planned when I was told my grandmother has passed away. That is when Joe Frazier and his comment came to mind. A punch!

I will not go into personal details but I will mention that the selected tracks are intended to soothe the mind …while respecting the feelings of mourning. We often try to run from negative feelings by listening to upbeat music but I am a firm believer in letting the mind experience what life brings. Escape is useless. You learn nothing and only set yourself up for the next hit. A great writer once said “let life work on you” – I believe in that.

This collection of Ambient and Semi-Ambient songs are intended for those in a similar situation to my own ...and those who enjoy this kind of music regardless. It is a collection of songs designed to inspire reflection, meditation, silence …and personal peace. The reason why it is called "Working Fiction" is because a wise person once said "Life is like a working fiction of the Universe". It has meaning to me but you make of it as you will.

If you have lost someone recently, my deepest condolences. I hope you become stronger and wiser and that Time proves to be the medicine you need. I know it is what I need. Cheers.


Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Formentera Sunset Massivan
2 04:19 Le Jardin Secret L' Art Mystique
3 08:56 Skyline Elmara
4 11:45 Green Hills Wildlife
5 15:44 Croisette (Acoustique Parfum Remix) Jerome Noak feat. Jenni Wiegand
6 19:08 Refloat (Beatless Mix) Subsonic Park
7 26:03 Cymatic Lab The Disclosure Project
8 33:24 Sagariha Worldbeat Corp.
9 37:57 My Dream Marga Sol
10 42:59 Outbreak In Long Island Arrojas
11 48:38 Velvet Lounge (String Mix) Sleeptalker
12 52:28 You Are The Light Christian Hornbostel
13 57:40 Distant Shore Alexandra Hampton
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RL74 - A Variety Of Species (Laidback Lounge Mix)

• September 1st, 2014

Plotinus, this ancient philosopher, once said the words “the flight of the alone to the alone”. I took it out of context because at the time I was studying another philosopher and he was the one that quoted Plotinus. Those words bugged me immediately because I had no idea what they meant. I understood the words but not the entire meaning. So off I went and took up Plotinus. To be honest, I was kind of disappointed that he had metaphysical ideas in mind. I mean don’t get me wrong …they are important in the context he meant them but at the time I was searching for practical ideas. So I let the whole thing go.

But ideas, when they are truly embraced in the mind, and are left alone to make for themselves a home there, soon morph and transform and become your own. I say this because years later I have found that this “flight of the alone to the alone” thing is something I practically experience every Sunday but on a level that is far removed from the metaphycal ideals of that ancient philosopher. It is done by doing at least one thing you love by yourself with no phones and emails to intrude. Personally I have several things I have as hobbies. I maintain a growing car collection and come Sunday I will clean at least 2 cars and maybe do some basic mechanical maintenance. Then there are my RC cars …or my books, or of course, my music! All of this becomes “the flight of the alone to the alone” because every day, at every moment, we are actually alone but are alone in the company of others. There is no one else in your skin, in your space. One of the GREAT scientific laws is that no two bodies can occupy the same space. You are alone. Science says it, religion says it and reason agrees. But we all know that you cannot really be alone in the company of others and so on Sundays, or any other chosen day, you can choose to engage in an activity that brings your aloneness to a practical level by being physically and scientifically alone. When you do it, you achieve the “flight of the alone to the alone” …geddit? 😊

Oh and speaking of Sundays, I did some work in Dubai once and there their Sunday is actually on Friday. In the words of that great evil cat in the animated movie Bolt, “at first I was like ‘WHAT?’ and then I was like ‘HUH?’" and then I just sort of chilled and stopped giving a damn. It is amazing how quickly your mind and body can adjust to such a huge change as long as the words “it is your time to do with as you want” come out of someone’s mouth. Hey I am not even Moslem (I am Christian) but I got so chilled, and so relaxed on this one Friday that I actually said WTF and ended up going to Mosque! Some dude was so stunned when I told him that when I visit someone, I like to eat at the table with the whole family, that he gave me his gold Koran as a gift LOL! See what happens when you allow yourself to chill and not give a f%^k?

Anyway yesterday afternoon my “flight” was to my bedroom studio and there I decided to let the spirit flow “whence it will”. The result is this stunning collection of chilled out bliss. Peeps, never underestimate the “BOOM Factor” that comes with chilling to these kinds of beats on a relaxed Sunday late afternoon as the sun starts to shift into sunset mode. It stirs the soul. Try it this coming Sunday – you can thank me later but for now, please enjoy this moment of bliss. Cheers.

Track List

No. Time Title Artist/Band
1 00:00 Dreaming About Love St Project
2 04:09 Latin Chill Audio Shaman
3 08:33 Relaxin' At Moribaya (Instrumental) Kante Manfila
4 12:45 Feel The Light Clelia Felix
5 17:09 Welcome Blue Hour Chris Le Blanc
6 19:37 On Dope (Album Version) Mr. Moods
7 23:46 Heartbeat TerraHill
8 27:19 To All Of You Rjd2
9 31:13 Dupah Dupont Nightwalker
10 34:40 White Caps (Sylt Mix) Stargazer
11 38:30 Night Cruise Vincenzo and Rivera
12 42:47 Places I've Been (Unreleased 1995 Version) Tru-Skool Disciples
13 46:52 Energy Transferring System Massa Takemoto
14 53:43 In The Evening Keisuke Sakai
15 57:57 Desert Fall Blue Match
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