sonnerie polyphonique FUNK & SOUL HEAVEN


MAYBE with some help I can keep this BLOG alive??? A couple of Month ago I gave up and had planned to retire this blog but my LOVE for the Music is much much bigger! So as of now I post what I want and when I want..... If you have a request or search for something then send me a email and I may or may not can help you. KEEP THA FUNK ALIVE IF YOU WANT TO CONTRIBUTE THEN SEND ME THE FILE AND I WILL POST IT --- FUNK ONLY PLEASE ----- MY EMAIL?

Sonntag, Januar 22, 2012

Goodbye Megaupload

We will work on it to
reload those links


Sonntag, Juli 31, 2011

Personal Selection Vol.01

I am onto something......
asking Friends for 15 Songs
to put on a Comp is actually fun
(leave the thinking to someone else)
so here we have .......

VOL. 01
of a new Series called

put together by "MIRKO"

OCIE III - What's My Return On Love
Brenda Watts - Who Needs A Man Like You
Richard „Dimples“ Fields - Don't turn your back on my love
Bryan Loren - For Tonight
Butch Cassidys Funky Bunch - DJ's Birthday
Conway Brothers - Turn it up
Love Club - Hot Summer Nights
Major Harris - All My Life
JT - I Love Music
Merc & Monk - Baby Face
QT Hush - Turn It Up
Sign of the Times - Point Blank
Steve Myers - Shake Me
Stevie Jackson - Cant Get Enough
Tony Baxter - Get up offa that thang
Tony Jackson - Steppin Out on the groove
The Sunburst Band - The Easton Assassin
Leprechuan - Loc-It-Up
Michael Wilson - Groove It
Aaron Broomfield - No Handouts
Thunderstorm - Here's To You
Plaisir - Fou De Toi
Jeff Lorber - Full Moon
Paradise - Back together

PS: If you like it and want to create your own, shoot me a email

Montag, Februar 21, 2011

Marvin I will truly miss you

Marvin Sease, an R&B singer who worked the Southern "chitlin' circuit," has died at the age of 64.

Sease started out as a gospel performer and then transitioned to R&B. He became known in the '80s and '90s for his tours of the "chitlin' circuit," a string of theaters and clubs that hosted African-American performers. He was known for his songs' racy lyrics.

His first hit was 1986's "Ghetto Man." Listen:

R.I.P Marvin You will be missed ~ my candy licker

Marvin Sease, 'Ghetto Man' R&B Singer, Dead at 64

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