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Take Me To The River


Where you can listen to Blues, Soul and Jazz, Desert Music from Mali and where you can explore new sounds and artists in music? And I remember to the wonderful soul singer Donny Hathaway. Donny Hathaway would have celebrated his 69th birthday on October, 01, so in celebration of his life and music, Oliver Wang aka DJ OW from Soul-Sides devoted an hour to his songwriting and arrangement genius. He died too early at the age of 33 years. And ee was one of the greatest soul singer and composer ever and is still one of my alltime favorite in soul music.
Have a nice weekend.

Listen. Relax and Enjoy!

This way please, click → Take Me To The River…Soul and Jazz #43 (YouTube-Link)

1. Dr. Feelgood – Roxette
2. Alexia Coley – Beautiful Waste Of Time (Smoove Remix)
3. Melvin Sparks – Akilah
4. Joe Williams with Thad Jones & The Mel Lewis Orchestra – Get Out Of My Life Woman
5. Jazzanova feat. Paul Randolph – Now There Is We
6. Omar – Stop War Make Love
7. Ahmad Jamal – Spartacus (Love Theme)
8. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – Stranger To My Happiness
9. Talking Heads – Take Me To The River (Live)
10. Placebo – Humpty Dumpty
11. The Supremes & The Four Tops – Love The One You’re With
12. Tamikrest – Djanegh Etoumast
13. Tosca – Harry Dean (Live on KCRW-Radio Session)
14. Bill Laurance – Neverendingcity
15. Sarah Vaughan – Whatever Lola Wants
16. Raury – God´s Whisper
17. Renegades Of Jazz – brownout Flaximus
18. Bobby Caldwell – What You Won´t Do For Love

Alternative Link, click → Take Me To The River…Soul and Jazz #43 (YouTube-Link)

Donny Hathaway Special


Author: Stefan

Welcome to my personal microcosmos "Freiaum/Free Zone" in the most beautiful city of the world, in Hamburg. Just someone with a camera and a mission to record the extra and the ordinary. My hearts beats among other things for Photography, Culture and Art, Visual Art, Social Media, Communication, Storytelling, Music, Literature, Blog and Text.

4 thoughts on “Take Me To The River

  1. always fresh and surprising – the sounds from Mali – I enjoyed Tamikrest – blues all over!