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Remember when music was Music!
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September 12, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

Welcome to BMS Slow Jams Secret Garden Volume 4.
In today’s show, I re-discover my old 45 collection and select some tracks that I haven’t heard in quite some time. Some of the selections are from small boutique labels and some, of course, are from the majors. In any event, I invite you to listen and stimulate your memory with the warmth that only vinyl can bring.

Secret Garden Volume 4 features: Atlantic Starr, The Controllers, Vesta Williams, Miles Jaye, El Debarge and many more of my favorites.

Remember when music was Music!

DJ Rhythm Dee

PLAYLIST

1. LOSIN' YOU/ATLANTIC STARR
2. FIGURES CAN'T CALCULATE/WILLIAM DEVAUGHN
3. IN ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION/FUTURES
4. WE DON'T/CONTROLLERS
5. HOLD ON (TO YOUR DREAMS) WEE GEE
6. GIRL OF MY DREAM/ MANHATTANS
7. SPECIAL TO ME/PERRY & SALIN
8. I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND/LAKESIDE
9. WHERE DID YOU GET THAT BODY BABY/RAY, GOODMAN & BROWN
10. SWEET. SWEET, LOVE/VESTA WILLIAMS
11. LOVE ALWAYS/EL DEBARGE
12. I'VE BEEN A FOOL FOR YOU/MILES JAYE

September 05, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

Let's take this ride back to the ‘90s and the early 2000’s on the urban hip hop tip.

This was a time when the urban hip hop landscape was still a little grimy and authentic.

Featuring Gang Starr, Ice Cube, Ashanti, Eve, Jay-Z, Tupac and many more!

Playlist

1. I'm in Love with a Stripper/T - Pain f/Mike Jones
2. Into You/Fabulous f/Tamia
3. Hit Me Off/New Edition
4. Royalty GangStarr
5. Right Thur/Chingy
6. Satisfaction/Eve
7. 21 Questions/50 Cent f/Nate Dogg
8. Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)/Ashanti
9. Ignition RMX/R. Kelly
10. Excuse Miss (Again)/Jay-Z
11. Can't Stop/Young Gunz
12. Who's That Girl/Eve
13. Rock Your Body/Justin Timberlake
14. Give Up The Nappy Dugout/Ice Cube
15. Beware of The Boys/Punjabi MC & Jay-Z
16. One More Chance/Notorious B.I.G.
17. Flava In Your Ear (RMX)/Crag Mack
18. It's All About the Benjamins (Remix)/Puff Daddy & The Family
19. California Love/Tupac
20. Who Shot Ya/Notorious B.I.G.
21. Gin & Juice/Snoop Dogg
22. Tonight's Da Night/Redman
23. R&B B/Notorious B.I.G.
24. The Teacha (Super Rapper)/KRS 1
25. NYC Anthem/Crooklyn Clan
26. Daytona 500 / Ghostface Killah f/Raekwon & Cappadonna
27. Going Back To Cali/Notorious B.I.G.
28. Be Faithful/Fatman Scoop
29. U & Dat/E – 40 &T- Pain
30. Breathe & Stop/Q Tip
31. Crazy On Love/Beyonce f/Jay-Z

August 29, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

This is the story of Teena Marie (Lady T/Vanilla Child)
Teena is one of the most celebrated 'Blue Eyed" Soul artist in history.
This story reflects on her recording career rather than the dark side which she and countless others have sustained in the music business.
We cover from her appearance on The Beverly Hillbillies at the age of 8 to her much-publicized relationship with Rick James to her untimely death.

We hope you enjoy The Teena Marie Story/Irons in the Fire

Featuring

1. I'm Just a Sucker For Your Love
2. Behind The Groove
3. I Need Your Lovin'
4. Irons In The Fire
5. Fire & Desire
6. Happy
7. Lover Girl
8. Casanova Brown
9. Love Me Down Easy
10. Ooh La La La
11. Here's Looking At You
12. I’m Still In Love
13. Can't Last a Day
14. Luv Letter
15. Deja Vu

August 22, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

Let’s take it back to the Old School!
Another look back with DJ Rhythm Dee, featuring The West Street Mob, Whoodini, The L.A. Dream Team, Frankie Smith, Manparish, and many more!

PLAYLIST

1. APACHE/SUGARHILL GANG
2. THE BREAKS/KURTIS BLOW
3. BREAKDANCE/WEST STREET MOB
4. IT'S JUST BEGUN/JIMMY CASTOR BUNCH
5. PARTY TIME/MAXIMUS PARTY
6. HIP HOP BE BOP/MANPARISH
7. MAGIC WAND/WHOODINI
8. WOOD BEES/SCRITTI POLITTI
9. WALKING THE LINE/BRASS CONSTRUCTION
10. FOR YOUR LOVE/S.O.S. BAND
11. LET IT ALL BLOW/THE DAZZ BAND
12. I WANNA BE YOUR LOVER/PRINCE
13. MERCEDES BOY/PEBBLES
14. IT'S A LOVE THING/THE WHISPERS
15. JUST GOT PAID/JOHNNY KEMP
16. DOUBLE DUTCH BUS/FRANKIE SMITH
17. OBJECT OF MY DESIRE/STARPOINT
18. THE WORD IS OUT/JERMAINE STEWART
19. DREAM TEAM IS IN THE HOUSE/L.A. DREAM TEAM
20. COOL/THE TIME
21. FIRECRACKER/MASS PRODUCTION
22. I KNOW YOU GOT ANOTHER/THE REDDINGS
23. LET IT WHIP/THE DAZZ BAND
24. SHAKE YOUR GROOVE THING/PEACHES & HERB
25. EARLY IN THE MORNING/THE GAP BAND
26. GET OFF/FOXXY
27. SUPER FREAK/RICK JAMES

August 15, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

This episode explores the post-Dr. King Era focusing on the slums and the urban concrete jungles of Black America. Vietnam was raging overseas and young boys were coming home in body bags, limb-less or mentally scarred forever. Their former communities were turned into underground economies built on the drug trade and prostitution. It was the ‘70s and the nation was still suffering from the hangover of the turbulent ‘60s. This was Nixon’s America; hardworking families trying to make ends meet. It was a time of double-digit unemployment and inflation wrapped up in stagnation. This is the darker story of the seventies told by the artisans of the day through song.

This episode features the works of Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The O’Jays, Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, Donny Hathaway, and many others.

Remember when music was Music!

PLAYLIST

1. WAR/ EDWIN STARR
2. INNER CITY BLUES/ MARVIN GAYE
3. SUPERFLY/ CURTIS MAYFIELD
4. THEME FROM SHAFT/ ISAAC HAYES
5. CLOUD NINE/ TEMPTATIONS
6. THE BOTTLE/ GIL SCOTT HERRON
7. RESPECT YOURSELF/ STAPLE SINGERS
8. YOU HAVEN'T ONE NOTHING/ STEVIE WONDER
9. YOU'RE THE MAN/ MARVIN GAYE
10. GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT/THE O'JAYS
11. MASTERPIECE /TEMPTATIONS
12. THE GHETTO/ DONNY HATHAWAY
13. LET'S CLEAN UP THE GHETTO/ PHILADELPHIA ALL-STARS
14. SAD TOMORROWS/ MARVIN GAYE

August 08, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

We still Jamming!

A heavy mix of dancehall, hip hop, and reggaeton to keep you bumpin'.

PLAYLIST

1. Here Comes The Hotstepper (RMX)/Ini Kamoze
2. Champion (RMX)/Buju Banton
3. The Jam/Shabba Ranks
4. Make it Clap/Sean Paul
5. Get Busy/Sean Paul
6. Murder She Wrote/Chaka Demus & Pliers
7. It Wasn't Me (RMX)/Shaggy
8. Tour (Jon & Pauly's Remix)/Cutty Ranks
9. 20 Inch (RMX)/Cutty Ranks
10. Beware of The Boys/Punjabi MC & Jay-Z
11. Gasoline/Daddy Yankey
12. Oye Mi Canto/ N O R E Feat Daddy Yankee Nina Sky Gem Star Big Mato
13. Ven Bailalo (Reggaeton Version)/Angel y Khris
14. Dale Don Dale/Don Omar
15. Father Elephant Man Kopa Riddim Elephant Man
16. Turning Me On /Nina Sky
17. Ghetto Story f/Alicia Keys-Baby Cham
18. Rough Life/Shabba Ranks
19. Sound Boy Killing (RMX)/Mega Banton
20. No, No, No/Eve f/ Damien & Stephen Marley
21. Welcome to Jamrock Remix/Damien Marley Ft. Notorious Big
22. Compton/Guerilla Black feat Beenie Man
23. Gonna Love U Over/C+C Music Factory
24. Dude/Beenie Man
25. King of the Dance Hall/Beenie Man
26. I'm Drinking Rum & Redbull/Beenie Man & Fambo
27. Party Hard (RMX)/Beenie Man
28. Twice My Age/Shabba Ranks
29. Thinking of You/Red Rat
30. If I Was a Rich Girl/Gwen Stefani
31. Kuff/Shelly Thunder
32. Agony/Dianna King
33. Pon De Replay (RMX)/Rihanna

August 01, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

During this segment of BMS I invite you to vibe on some nice sweet reggae music.
A selection of songs on this episode is reflective of my youth growing up in Toronto, specifically
in Scarborough where the sounds of Rockers and Lovers Rock spilled out of basement parties
and dance halls.

Featured artists include Dianna King, Buju Banton, Ruddy Thomas, Bob Marley, Junior Murvin, and many more!

Remember when music was Music!

DJ Rhythm Dee

PLAYLIST

1. Fly Guy/Dianna King
2. Action/Nadine Sutherland & Terror Fabulous
3. Anything For You/Snow Featuring Nadine Sutherland
4. Love Me Brownin'/Buju Banton
5. Brown Eyes/Sanchez
6. Let Me Be/Frankie Paul
7. Missing You/Sanchez
8. I Need You Bad/Jazmine Sutherland
9. She's Gone/Bob Marley
10. When I Think Of You/Ruddy Thomas
11. Boxing Around/Cornel Campbell
12. Cool Out Sun (Nice Up The Party)/Junior Murvin
13. Crisis/Bob Marley
14. Guidance/Jahbeng
15. Don't Turn Around/Aswad
16. Zungguzungguguzungguzeng/Yellowman
17. Ya Jamming So/N. Kojak

July 25, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

It’s that time again for another sugar fix from DJ Rhythm Dee.
Join me as I take you to a place of sweet melodic house music with just the right dose of deep soulful grooves. Perfect for those summer nights.

Featuring Frankie Knuckles, Miguel Migs, Rhemi, DJ Spen, Sean McCabe, and much more!

Let’s take this ride together!

PLAYLIST

1. Let's Stay Home/Frankie Knuckles, Director’s Cut & Inaya Day
2. What Do You Want/Miguel Migs f/Meshell Ndegeocello
3. This Melody/Miguel Migs f/Lisa Shaw
4. Got Me Down/Sean McCabe (Groove Assassin)
5. Keep On Moving/Michael Gray
6. Make Me (Go Crazy)/Change
7. I Found Lovin'/The Fatback Band
8. Do What You Feel (JN Revival Mix)/Joey Negro
9. Broken Barriers/Miguel Migs
10. Touch The Sky (Eric Kupper Remix)/Papik
11. Don't Quit (Be a Believer)/Diephuis & Eastar (DJ Spen)
12. Keep it Working (JN Disco Blend)/Soul Persona Princess Freesia
13. Diamond/Rhemi
14. Found Love/Blind Colors
15. Feel That/Risk Assessment
16. Beautiful World (TV Mix)/DJ Umbi
17. Live Again (Part 1)/Thomas Brenner
18. It's So Easy/DJ Spen & The MuthaFunkaz

July 18, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

In the late ’60s, the son of Soul and Rock was born and it would eventually be known as FUNK. The Godfather James Brown and Sly and Family Stone cultivated it and handed it to the likes of George Clinton, Bootsy Collins and a whole new legion of funketeers who perfected it by the mid-’70s. This was a brand of music which emphasized the one beat led by bass and drums, the horns and guitars would carry it the rest of the way. This was black music getting down and dirty with attitude and theatrics. Before there was hip hop, there was FUNK. This was the music of my youth, this was my neighborhood, and this is my soundtrack.

On this episode, we will hear from Parliament, Slave, George Duke, Quasar, Roger Troutman, and many more.

Remember when music was Music!

1. TEAR THE ROOF OF THE SUCKER/PARLIAMENT
2. AIN'T WE FUNKIN' NOW/THE BROTHER'S JOHNSON
3. STELLAR FUNGK/SLAVE
4. AHH THE NAME IS BOOTSY/BOOTSY'S RUBBER BAND
5. REACH FOR IT/GEORGE DUKE
6. BUSTIN' OUT/RICK JAMES
7. ONE NATION UNDER A GROOVE/FUNKADELIC
8. WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND/BRASS CONSTRUCTION
9. SPLASHDOWN/BREAKWATER
10. I JUST WANNA MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE/MASS PRODUCTION
11. FUNK WITH A CAPITAL 'G'/QUAZAR
12. ZAPP/ROGER MELODY ZAPP/ROGER TROUTMAN
13. P-FUNK (WANTS TO GET FUNKED UP) PARLIAMENT

July 11, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

This is a vinyl assortment of some of the Jazz-Soul-Funk-Disco period of the mid to late ’70s and beyond. These gems are prized pieces of the “collection” which are featured on DJ Rhythm Dee’s BMS Podcast. So puff up that fro and lace-up the platforms for the hippest trip this side of a Friday night.

Featuring, David Sanborn, Brick, Twennynine, Donald Byrd, Rick James, El Coco, Bill Summers, Mass Production, and many more of my favorites.

Remember when music was Music!

Track List

1. Chicago Song performed by David Sanborn
2. Dazz performed by Brick
3. C on the Funk performed by Cameo
4. Slide performed by Slave
5. Give up the Funk performed by BT Express
6. Can We Do it Again performed by Skool Boyz
7. Twennynine (The Rap) performed by Twennynine f/ Lenny White
8. Love for Sale performed by Donald Byrd and the 125th Street N.Y.C.
9. You and I (Extended Mix) performed by Rick James
10. Get to the Point performed by Brass Construction
11. Dancer performed by Gino Soccio
12. Dancing in Paradise performed by El Coco
13. Cocomotion performed by El Coco
14. Feel The Heat performed by Bill Summers and Summer Heat
15. Turn up The Music performed by Mass Production
16. Gash Gash Gash performed by The Gap Band
17. Tonight’s the Night performed by Kleeer
18. It’s Alright performed by Gino Soccio
19. A Little Bit of Jazz performed by The Nick Straker Band
20. Come to Me (One Way or Another) performed by Jermaine Jackson
21. Put Your Body in It performed by Stephanie Mills
22. We’ll Make It (Instrumental)
23. Sugar Frosted Lover (Instrumental)
24. All Night Thing performed by The Invisible Man’s Band

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