Sunday, June 19, 2011

Soulful House Vol. 21

The Soulful House genre is alive and kickin! Great new jams came out lately, some of them you will hear now.

Starting with some deeper tracks we have some great re-interpretations of some known songs here. Wally Callerio aka Poncho Warwick kicks in with a jazzy version of Tainted Love and Pic Schmitz & CFunck's Remix of Marvin Gaye is a hot one too!

In the second half we have some new tracks from Lisa Millett, Steven Stone & Marc Evans, the great Michael Procter and the Groove Junkies. Enjoy!

Tracklist:
1. Poncho Warwick - Tainted Jazz (Original Mix)
2. Corduroy Mavericks - 31 Flavors
3. Mr. Patron - Let's Get It On Tonight
4. Adele - Rolling in the Deep (Rourkey's Chilled House Bootleg)
5. Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Through the Grapevine (Pic Schmitz & CFunck Remix)
6. Doobie J and Rob Capewell feat. Ashley Stone - Black Heels (Mojitos Mix)
7. Lisa Millett - Closer (Deep Inc Mix)
8. Montana & Stewart feat. Sofia Rubina - I Need U Back (Shane D Remix)
9. Steven Stone feat. Marc Evans - Never Give Up (Original)
10. Beaten Soul feat. LT Brown - Light Is Gonna Shine (Beaten Soul Disco Mix)
11. Michael Procter - Never (Fabio Tosti's Classic Remix)
12. Random Soul feat. Kristen Pearson - Take Your Time (Random Soul Classic Mix)
13. Groove Junkies feat. Alexander Sky - The White Light (Dave Doyle Remix)
14. Clemens Rumpf & David A. Tobin - Release the Tension

Playtime: 77:04 Min. @ 126 BPM // 256 kBit

Download Mix @ Mediafire or Megaupload


All mixes are for promotional use only!
They show my mixing skills and intend to feature less known music to a broader audience.

Please support the artists and buy the tracks if you like them.
Recommended sites for House Music are Traxsource and Beatport.

1 comment:

Stefan said...

You know i like your mixes, but listening to remakes of existing house music tracks like the "Music sounds better with you" is somehow bad to me. Prolly just because i am around for so long in house music, so that i know the "Original"-Version, i doubt it's to bad for people that have discovered house music only a few years ago.