Member Since: 8/26/2004
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Other Mixes By FLWB

CD | Theme
MP3 Playlist | Dance - House
CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Dance - House

In This House There's Nobody Crying

Artist Song Buy
Macy Gray  Why Didn't You Call Me   buy on itunes
Cee-Lo (Featuring Jazze Pha & Menta Malone)  My Kind Of People   buy on itunes
Everlast  Seven Years  buy on itunes
Papa Grows Funk  House Of Love  buy on itunes
Adatis  Girlfriend  buy on itunes
Dave Stewart  Jealousy  buy on itunes
Family Stand  Butter  buy on itunes
Al Green  Take Me To The River  buy on itunes
Shuggie Otis  Sparkle City  buy on itunes
Nappy Roots  Po Folks  buy on itunes
Boxing Gandhis  In This House  buy on itunes
Cloud 9  Peace & Love  buy on itunes
Damon Aaron   To The Outside  buy on itunes
Stevie Wonder  Big Brother  buy on itunes
Blk SonShine Featuring Masauko Chipembere   Building  buy on itunes
Mother Earth  Time Of The Future  buy on itunes
1 Giant Leap (feat. Speech, Neenah Cherry & Ulali)  Braided Hair  buy on itunes
Michael Franti & Spearhead  Sometimes  buy on itunes


I've found the bulk of music reviews seem to rely heavily on creative writing classes the reviewers had taken in college. They present a lengthy piece on an album with heavy thesaurus influence, but you still come away without any idea of what the album or artist might actually sound like. There are occasionally exceptions. One reviewer wrote about the Boxing Gandhis and called them a cross between Sly & The Family Stone and Little Feat. Now that's a review I can get my ears around. For the past couple of years I've been building a database of my cd collection (I've yet to get to the vinyl and cassettes) with track notes, BPM, sample notes (for remixing), covers and a column called "sounds like". I list similar sounding tracks or artists so that I've got an overall feel of the track and a quick reference for building set lists. So as I was going through my notes this past weekend I kept running across the same comment and decided to put together this mix.The title is from track 11. Overall it's an uplifting soulful vibe. So if you aren't familiar with some of these tracks or artists you'll have a pretty good idea of their sound from the rest of the tracks.This is my first non-continuous mix post.


Date: 3/12/2005
Don't know too many of these, but do admire your cataloging skills!
Date: 3/12/2005
Ditto Mixxer, we will talk!
Rob Conroy
Date: 3/12/2005
Nice. Love the Stevie & Shuggie picks, especially.
joey de vivre
Date: 3/12/2005
hmm - "sounds like" a really good way to pull together a mix - & it looks like in this case it worked out well.
Date: 3/12/2005
Love the cover and great mix!
Date: 3/13/2005
Looks quite interesting (and very nice image effect on your cover)...
Date: 3/13/2005
Date: 3/16/2005
Digging this one.
Media Vixen: Radio Sally
Date: 4/1/2005
Looks very cool. And thanks for your comment ... love the title, too.
Date: 4/4/2005
oooh, I like this. sorry I missed it whilst "on the radar" ;)
Date: 4/7/2005
you have a verra good eye for covers as well ;)
Date: 4/13/2005
Sweet soul music, this is a great listen!
Date: 4/26/2005
thats some effort you go through in your cataloguing technique. My method is to stack CDs in piles and then hope that I can remember what each pile represented. Yours is better! I know precious little of this but still, wow.

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