Recycled Funk Episode 7

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For this episode I did something different than with any of the previous ones. After recording the set, I got in my car and took a drive while giving it a listen. I just wanted to see what it felt like to hear this collection of songs while on the go. I have it say it felt good! Especially early in morning. So I’m going to give this a “start your day” stamp of approval. Sure it’s enjoyable at any other time, but the vibe that inspired it, rise & shine and get going. A few instrumentals to warm things up (including one of my own:) and things progress from there. I recently got a nice message thru social media along with a link for some music, and it made me realize that I should include my contact info more prominently for those who want to reach out and share their music with me. So, you can reach me at or Fyi, that instrumental of mine is available at

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OBaH – sand in my shoe
Boogaloo Assassins – evil ways
Rebel Crew – boogaloo bizness
Del Felice Trio – nightingale
Masters at Work – hot music
LTS – drifting (Nathan G re-feel)
Nina Simone vs Mojo Filter – funkier than…(Loose Cannons re-tweet)
First Choice – let no man put asunder (Music Box edit)
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – keep on looking (Kenny Dope remix)
Boogie Down Edits – boogie connection
Dr. Dre – let’s ride
Dr. Dre – next episode
David Axelrod – the edge (Mophono mix)
Guggenz – break even (mixed with Chuckii Booker “games” acapella)
Buddy Sativa – una peripecia
Parliament – 7 chopped flashlights by Kenny Dope ​(mixed with Zhane “groove thang” acapella)
James K-Nine – live it up
A Tribe Called Quest – we the people
Led Zeppelin – whole lotta love
DJ Shadow – nobody speak feat. Run The Jewels
Childish Gambino – redbone
Frank Ocean – pink + white
Bill Withers – no hands, gramma! (re-soled remix)
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – give it back
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – this land is your land

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