Sunday, December 4, 2011

Boogie Radio Show 80s Groove & Soul Classics

On today's show DJ Cue and I will be spinning you 80s Groove & Soul Classics you probably haven't heard in a while. I quite look forward to today. Awesome tracks! Tune in to Times 100.5 FM at 6pm till 8pm.

Take a look at my playlist:

1.    Neneh Cherry – Buffalo Stance 1988. This single "Buffalo Stance" was an international blockbuster. "Buffalo Stance" eventually peaked at number 3 in the UK Singles Chart, and the US Billboard Hot 100, and number 1 on the US Dance chart. In the late 1980s, Cherry helped to bankroll the band Massive Attack.
2.    Brass Construction – Music Makes You Feel Like Dancing 1979
3.    Maze featuring Frankie Beverly – Too Many Games 1985. In 1971, after an introduction to Marvin Gaye, the group became an immediate success. Marvin Gaye took the group on the road with him as one of his opening acts, and in 1976, he suggested that they changed their name from Raw Soul to Maze.
4.    Dayton – The Sound Of Music 1983
5.    Light Of The World – Time 1980
6.    Willie ‘Beaver’ Hale – Groove On 1980
7.    Inner City – Big Fun (Original 12” Mix) 1988
8.    Meli’sa Morgan – Fool’s Paradise (Paradise Mix) 1986
9.    Loose Ends – Hangin’ On A String (Original 12” Mix) 1985
10.    Soul II Soul Featuring Caron Wheeler – Keep On Moving 1989. The group went on to commercial success in 1989 with the singles "Keep on Movin'" and "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)", which topped the UK Singles Chart for four weeks, and was the fifth best-selling single in the UK that year.
11.    Beggar & Co – (Somebody) Help Me Out 1981
12.    Brooklyn Bronx & Queens Band – On The Beat 1981
13.    Phil Fearon & Galaxy – What Do I do 1984
14.    Lillo Thomas – Sexy Girl 1987
15.    Adeva – Respect 1989. Noted for her powerful vocals, she released a house rendition of the Otis Redding hit "Respect" in 1989 that reached #17 in the UK, and released her debut album in the same year. "Respect" remains a favorite on Urban contemporary radio stations, especially in New York City to this day.
16.    Musical Freedom from Her 1989 self-titled debut album Adeva! was a critical and commercial success in the UK and contained several hit singles including "Beautiful Love" and "Musical Freedom"

And there's more in the second hour.  :-)

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Catch you later!


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