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DJ Rhythm Dee's Black Magic Sounds
Remember when music was Music!
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DJ Rhythm Dee hosts a new recurring segment known as the Black Magic Sounds. The show will feature the smooth grooves of Jazz, ...


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May 21, 2020 12:00 PM PDT

Soul and R&B, a musical art form derived from the blues, gospel ,and other forms of music created by African-Americans which could be easily linked back to the time of slavery. I reference ‘Black America ‘because the origin is important. This music found its way from the cotton fields to the slums and on its journey and evolution, it gained in popularity with young ‘White America’. They tried to duplicate it and often failed but every now and then a white artist, producer and/or writer who truly embraced the music was able to contribute material which was every bit as good as those of their Black counterparts. From Elvis to Leiber & Stoller, to Phil Spector’s Righteous Brothers who became synonymous with the term “Blue Eyed Soul”. This episode covers roughly 40 years of contributions made by White artists to this beloved genre of music. Taking the lead from those that came before them; they were able to successfully give us a lighter and meaningful shade of soul.

Remember when music was Music!

This episode features Daryl Hall, Average White Band, Jarrod Lawson, Van Morrison, Peter Brown, and many more!

PLAYLIST

1. Rock Baby Tower of Power
2. Time for Love Mayer Hawthorne
3. Dance With Me Peter Brown
4. Push the Feeling On John Reid
5. Love Revelation Daryl Hall
6. Fast Love George Michael
7. Morning Sun Robin Thicke
8. Music & It’s Magical Ways Jarrod Lawson
9. Queen of My Soul Average White Band
10. Too Much Heaven Bee Gees
11. Baby Come Back Player
12. I Keep Forgettin’ Michael McDonald
13. Every Kind of People Robert Palmer (Joey Negro)
14. What Can I Say Boz Scaggs
15. Sideway Shuffle Joss Stone
16. Domino Van Morrison
17. Friday Night Bell & James

May 07, 2020 12:00 PM PDT

From its early roots in Chicago to its relocation to Los Angeles this episode will feature the music and performances that I remember from my youth.
Hosted and produced by Don Cornelius, Soul Train for me and my family, was our weekend dose to the latest dances and fashion of the day.

BMS will take you through the legendary performances, the Soul Train Line, and the dancers who were also shining stars.

So let's go back and enjoy this ride on the hippest trip in America and beyond!

This episode features Brass Construction, The Commodores, Shalamar, Earth Wind & Fire, The Emotions, and many more!

Remember when music was Music!

PLAYLIST

1. Up On Soul Train/The Whispers
2. Ha Cha Cha/Brass Construction
3. Jungle Boogie/Kool & The Gang
4. Saturday Nite/Earth Wind & Fire
5. Love Rollercoaster/Ohio Players
6. Galaxy/War
7. Fancy Dancer/The Commodores
8. Honey Please, Can't You See/Barry White
9. Darlin' Darlin' Baby/The O'Jays
10. Walking In Rhythm/The Blackbyrds
11. I'll Be Around/The Spinners
12. The Second Time Around/Shalamar
13. Bad Luck/Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes
14. Rock Steady/Aretha Franklin
15. Got To Give It Up/Marvin Gaye
16. Smile/The Emotions
17. Ain't Gonna Bump No More/Joe Tex
18. TSOP/MFSB

April 22, 2020 01:50 PM PDT

Welcome my BMS Listeners to My 1976.

This episode covers more than just a particular year; it represents the backdrop of my mid-teens and some of the music I remember as making an impression on my soul. Pierre Elliot Trudeau and Jimmy Carter ruled the borders. Rocky, The Omen, Carrie, and Car Wash dominated the big screen. Good Times, Soul Train, and What’s Happening were amongst my favorite television shows. In sports, the Montreal Summer Olympics was in full swing.
Afros, platform shoes, bell-bottoms, and three-piece suits set the pace in fashion.

This Episode will feature, James Brown, The Spinners, Stevie Wonder, Candi Staton, Diana Ross, and many others.

From the Pet Rock to Mood Rings, this was 1976.

PLAYLIST

1. Movin'/Brass Construction
2. Getaway/Earth Wind & Fire
3. Body Heat/James Brown
4. The Pride/The Isley Bros.
5. Car Wash/Rose Royce
6. The Rubberband Man/The Spinners
7. I'll Be Good To You/Brothers Johnson
8. Disco Lady/Johnnie Taylor
9. Love Hangover/Diana Ross
10. Spring Affair/Donna Summer
11. Kiss and Say Goodbye/The Manhattans
12. Misty Blue/Dorothy Moore
13. You'll Never Find Another Love/Lou Rawles
14. Young Hearts Run Free/Candi Staton
15. Nice & Slow/Jesse Green
16. I Wish/Stevie Wonder
17. Ten Percent/Double Exposure

April 09, 2020 12:00 PM PDT

Welcome my BMS Listeners to a little U.K. Sway.
One of our biggest imports from the U.K. over the years has been its music. This is just a sample size of the urban gems released over the years covering R&B, Old School, Rap, Acid Jazz, and Soul.
So let’s take a ride from over the pond and remember when music was Music!

DJ Rhythm Dee

PLAYLIST

1. Mama Used To Say/Junior
2. Won't Talk About It/Beats International
3. Never Stop/Brand New Heavies
4. Livin’ In The Light (Dave-Light Mix)/Caron Wheeler
5. Slow Down/Loose Ends
6. Apparently Nothin'/Young Disciples
7. Nostalgia (Vrs Mix)/Hill St. Soul
8. Mama Said/Carleen Anderson
9. Space Rider (Dodge's Soul Inside Mix)/Shaun Escoffery
10. 1980/Estelle
11. Monie In The Middle/Monie Love
12. Jazzie's Groove/Soul II Soul
13. This Town/The Skints
14. Wake Up/Joss Stone
15. Money's Too Tight To Mention/Simply Red
16. My One Temptation/Mica Paris
17. Riding On A Train/The Pasadenas
18. Always There/Incognito

March 26, 2020 12:00 PM PDT

Welcome to the Soul Revival my BMS Listeners. In this episode various artists pay homage to one of the greatest eras of American music, ‘Soul Music’. The influence of soul music on its generation and every generation afterward is undeniable. They may not all scrape the bottom of the pot in their delivery as did the pioneers but damn it, they come close.

Keep the soul alive and remember when music was Music!

PLAYLIST

1. Time For Love/Mayer Hawthorne
2. Rock Steady/Hall & Oats
3. They Don't Want Music (f/James Brown)/Black Eyed Peas
4. You Don't Know My Name/Alicia keys
5. Can't Wait/Jill Scott
6. I Love Him, I Love Him Not/Shamika Brown
7. Steady Love/India Arie
8. I Don't Want To Be With Nobody But You/Joss Stone
9. Fool For You (f/Melanie Fiona)/Ceelo Green
10. Comin' From Where I'm From/Anthony Hamilton
11. Best Friend/The HamilTones
12. A Change Is Gonna Come (f/Thomas Owens)/Brian Owens
13. River/Leon Bridges
14. Old School Love/Devine Brown
15. Pretty Please (f/Ceelo Green)/Estelle
16. Tribute (Right On)/The Pasadenas
17. What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)/Kenny G

March 12, 2020 12:00 PM PDT

This episode captures jazz/fusion and r&b mellow grooves through the music of Incognito, Groove Collective, Leon Bridges, Stevie Wonder, Ronnie Laws and many more!

DJ Rhythm Dee hosts a recurring segment known as the Black Magic Sounds. The show will feature the smooth grooves of Jazz, Nu Soul, Neo Soul, as well as Funk, R&B, Disco, Soulful House, Slow Jams, and anything that moves you. It’s all about feeling the music and hearing some tracks that were forgotten or entirely new to you.

Remember when music was Music!

PLAYLIST

1. Jakarta Dreams/Incognito
2. Falling Back into Love (f/Marc Evans)/Brian Power
3. Feeling You (f/Stevie Wonder)/Omar
4. Another Star/Stevie Wonder
5. Free/Da Lata
6. Batucada Suite/Teena Marie
7. Sweet Power Your Embrace/Lance Ferguson
8. No Explanation (f/ Mica Paris)/Chris Standring
9. Lift Off/Groove Collective
10. Much Love (f/Rahsaan Patterson)/Euge Groove
11. Queen of My Soul/Average White Band
12. Bad Bad News/Leon Bridges
13. Mile High/Raquel Rodriguez
14. Glad I Met You Tonight/Will Downing
15. I Couldn't Love You More/Sade
16. Stay Awake/Ronnie Laws
17. Nautilus (Mawtilus)/Nuyorican Soul

February 27, 2020 12:00 PM PST

BMS Episode 35: Tribute to Mid-80’s R&B songwriters, producers, and artists!

This episode features the works of Howard Johnson, Lillo Thomas, Evelyn “Champaign” King, The BBQ Band and many more!

DJ Rhythm Dee hosts a recurring segment known as the Black Magic Sounds. The show will feature the smooth grooves of Jazz, Neo-Soul, Acid Jazz, as well as Funk, R&B, Disco, Soulful House, Slow Jams and anything that moves you. It’s all about feeling the music and hearing some tracks that were forgotten or entirely new to you.

Remember when music was Music!

PLAYLIST

1. LET'S TAKE TIME OUT/ HOWARD JOHNSON
2. I'M IN LOVE /LILLO THOMAS
3. OOH LOVE/ KASHIF
4. THIS IS FOR YOU/ SYSTEM
5. TIME FOR LOVE/ BBQ BAND
6. TRUE LOVE /CHANGE
7. NIGHTS OF PLEASURE/ LOOSE ENDS
8. WILL YOU SATISFY/ CHERRELLE
9. STRUNG OUT/ PAUL LAURENCE
10. HEY LOVER/ FREDDIE JACKSON
11. I'M IN LOVE/ MELBA MOORE
12. BACK TO LOVE/ EVELYN "CHAMPAGNE" KING
13. AFFIRMATIVE MOOD/ KLEEER

February 20, 2020 12:00 PM PST

An assortment of dance floor gems from the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. Taking us back to a time of the glamour and splendor of the urban dance floors of the major eastern seaboard cities and beyond.

Featuring Instant Funk, McFadden & Whitehead, The Salsoul Orchestra, MFSB, Roy Ayers, and many more!

Remember when music was Music!

Playlist

1. Over Like A Fat Rat/Fonda Rae
2. Dyin' To Be Dancin'/Empress
3. Who's Been Kissing You/Hot Cuisine
4. I Got My Mind Made Up/Instant Funk
5. Ain't No Stopping Us Now/McFadden & Whitehead
6. Taste of Bitter Love (Remix)/Gladys Knight
7. My Feet Keep Dancin'/Chic
8. Love Is By My Side/Firefly
9. Pull Up To The Bumper (Remix)/Grace Jones
10. Spring Rain/Bob Silvette
11. Running Away/Roy Ayers
12. Love Is The Message/MFSB
13. You're Just The Right Size/Salsoul Orchestra
14. Sexy/MFSB
15. Zulu/The Quick
16. Pipeline/Bruce Johnson
17. Come Go With Me (Remix)/Pockets
18. Funky Be Bop/Vin-Zee
19. I Should Have Loved Ya (Remix)/Narada Michael Walden
20. Everybody/Instant Funk
21. I Love Music (Remix)/The O'Jays
22. Keep The Fire Burnin' (Remix)Gwen Guthrie
23. Haven't You Heard/Patrice Rushen
24. Crying/Instant Funk

February 13, 2020 12:00 PM PST

Do you remember that school dance, house party, or night at the club when you waited for the DJ to rock the slow jams because you just had to get close to that special someone before anybody else? What about that first feeling of true love when all you could see wherever you went was your object of desire. This episode is for the lovers, so make sure you download this one and get closer to your baby.

Remember when music was Music!

Happy Valentine’s from DJ Rhythm Dee

PLAYLIST

1. DO YOU STILL WANT TO/S.O.S. BAND
2. INSATIABLE WOMAN/ISLEY JASPER ISLEY
3. DON'T SAY GOODNIGHT/ISLEY BROS.
4. SCANDALOUS/PRINCE
5. LOVE YOU DOWN/READY FOR THE WORLD
6. SLOW JAM/MIDNIGHT STAR
7. MAKE LOVE TO ME/RICK JAMES
8. GIRLFRIEND/BOBBY BROWN
9. KNOCKING DA BOOTS/H TOWN
10. BUMP N GRIND/R. KELLY
11. LOVE SCENE/JOE
12. LOVE FACES/TREY SONGZ
13. MY, MY, MY/JOHNNY GILL
14. I WANT TO BE YOUR MAN/ROGER
15. MOMENTS IN LOVE/ART OF NOISE

February 06, 2020 12:00 PM PST

A fresh serving of rhythmic and melodic deep house tracks with a progressive sensibility. Only those who go deep into the night really know.
We go Deep!

Featuring; Neoteric/Wax Motif, Jacked Up, Lisa Shaw, Roy Ayres, Afterlife, Blondish, Nice7, Flash Mob, Candy Apple, and many more!

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