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The 70s JazzFunk Rarity Show

The 70s JazzFunk Rarity Show

Chart positions

This show was 1st in the global vinyl chart, 2nd in the global soul chart, 2nd in the global funk chart, 2nd in the global groove chart and 4th in the global jazz chart.

Good God!

01 Reuben Wilson (pictured) - Stoned Out Of My Mind
02 Buddy Terry - Abscretions
03 The Counts - Why Not Start All Over Again
04 Kashmere Stage Band - Zero Point
05 Eddie Harris - Walk With Me
06 Don Julian & The Larks - Shorty The Pimp
07 Herbie Mann - Pick Up The Pieces
08 George Benson & Joe Farrell - Flute Song
09 Mike Longo - A Piece Of Resistance
10 Melba Moore - Heaven Help Us All
11 Chet Ivey - Bad On Bad
12 Ceasar Frazier - Walking On The Side
13 Darrow Fletcher - Together
14 Choice Four - Come Down To Earth
15 Harold Alexander - Quick City

This is (like always) a hand-picked selection! Many original first-press-vinyls are in the mix again! I always have huge FUN doing these little compilations and your kind feedback is always the icing on the cake! Thank you all and like always ...

... E-N-J-O-Y !!!




Rough Remarks Radio

GREAT Selection!

Adam Puoro

Thank you pr

Adam Puoro

I am really into jazz and soul music and the music care you combine together mixed is beautiful thank you

Jonathan Field

Serious set of rare grooves! Thanks for diggin'. :)

Grady Lark

"Funk On"....Play Some, Grady Lark"...

The Soul Preacher

Thanks. I sho’ will – got some new stuff in the making!


Finally caught up with this mix, Eddie Harris, Melba and Darrow Fletcher are top tracks, good stuff

The Soul Preacher

Thanks Max. That Buddy Terry tune always takes me away. BTW, if you take requests. After your Prestige mix I would like to hear a tribute on the Pablo label by you. That would be something!

The Soul Preacher

Thanks Rob. I thought this one could be up your alley! I'm working on your Jazz mix. It requires some nice vinyl transfers! It's fun to revisit these tunes!