Category: Reggae

F16C 2019 Pledge Drive – The History of DJ Bluewater

By , September 1, 2019 11:45 am

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DJ Bluewater – Merritones
The Zodiacs Walk On By
The Ethiopians Miss Nora
Merritone Singers House Upon The Hill
The Renegades Mr. Hops
Don Henry As Long As I Live
Joe Higgs You Hurt My Soul
The Untouchables I Do Love You
The Renegades Big And Fine
Henry Buckley If I Am Right
The Untouchables Mackie Mackie
The Dynamites If You Did Love Me
Roland Alphonso Sounds Of Silence
Lyn Taitt and The Jets Why Am I Treated So Bad
Roland Alphonso Stranger For Durango
Henry Buckley Thank You Girl
The Tartans It’s Not Right
Eddie Perkins I’m Coming Home
Hopeton Lewis Everybody Rocking
Tomorrow’s Children Bang Bang Rock Steady
The Tartans Rolling Rolling

Listen/Download DJ Bluewater – The Merritone Hour
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DJ Bluewater Presents: Turn To This Sound
The Vibrators – I’m Depending On You
Alton Ellis – The Preacher
Roland Alphonso – How Soon
The Fugitives – Cantelope Rock
The Maytals – Bim Today Bam Tomorrow
Roy Shirley – The Prophet
Prince Buster’s All Stars – All In My Mind
The Gaylads – Joy In The Morning
The Uniques – My Woman’s Love
The Modifies – Death In The Arena
Slim Smith – Burning Desire
Glen Adams – Mighty Organ
The Dee Set – I Know A Place
Max Romeo – She’s But A Little Girl
Roy Shirley – Don’t Be Afraid
The Gladiators – Fling It Gimme
Sound Dimension – More Scorcher
Tony Brevett – Don’t Get Weary
The Ethiopians – Selah
The Rulers – Let My People Go
Lee Perry – Whup Whop Man
Teddy King & Prince Buster – Mexican Divorce
Derrick Morgan – Too Bad
The Soul Brothers – Windell
Ken Boothe & Norma Frazer – Give Me The Right

Listen/Download DJ Bluewater – Turn To This Sound

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DJ Bluewater – For the Cause
The Ethiopians – Headache
Al & The Vibrators – Check Up
Errol Dunkley – Love Another
Alton Ellis – Trying To Reach My Goal
John Holt – I’m Your Man
Bongo Herman – Dew of Herman
Prince Buster All Stars – The First Time I Met You
The Kingstonians – Kiss A Little Finger
King Stitt – I and I
The Maytals – Sweet And Dandy
Prince Buster – Closer Together
Ewan & The Soulcats – Keep It Moving
The Ethiopians – Promises
Delano Stewart – Stay A Little Bit Longer
The Melodians – Say Darling Say
Roland Alphonso – Peyton Place
Higgs & Wilson – Don’t Mind Me
Cynthia Richards – Foolish Fool
Roland Alphonso – Psycho Rhythmic
The Carib Beats – Munster’s Ska
The Gladiators – Re Arrange
Glen Adams – Miss Whiney
Freddy McKay – Love Is A Treasure
Vin Gordon – Vin’s Beat
Ernest Ranglin – Come Get Me

Listen/Download Funky16Corners Presents: DJ Bluewater – For the Cause
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DJ BLuewater – Over and Over

Dermot Lynch – Cool It
The Three Tops – It’s Raining
Lloyd & Glen – Keep On Pushing
Whistling Willie – Soul Tonic
The Ethiopians – Losing You
The Tonettes – What You Gonna Do About It
The Techniques – Where Were You
Pat Kelly – Trouble In Mind
The Freedom Singers – Real Gone Loser
Johnny Osbourne – Go Find Yourself A Fool
Alton Ellis – Personality
John Holt – Have You Ever Been In Heaven
The Sensations – War Boat
Johnny Osbourne – Warrior
The Hippy Boys – National Dish
Johnny Organ – Something Tender
Boris Gardner – Don Juan
Sound Dimension – Psycho Reggae
Dennis Alcapone – The Sky’s The Limit
Fabulous Five – Come Back And Stay
Dave Barker – Green Grows The Lilacs
The Heptones – Cry Baby Cry
Glen Adams – She’s So Fine
John Holt – Let’s Dance
Zoot Simms – All Rudies In Jail

Listen/Download DJ Bluewater – Over and Over
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Greetings all.

The Funky16Corners 2019 Allnighter/Pledge Drive continues!

In continuance of shaking things up a little, I’m going to be presenting compilations of the guest mixes that my favorite selectors have brought to the Pledge Drive/Allnighter over the years.

This week we have amazing mixes from another Asbury Park 45 Sessions vet, DJ Bluewater.

Bluewater’s reggae crates run DEEP and he always comes correct.

Dig the Jamaican goodness, and I’ll see you all next week.

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A Note on the 2019 Pledge Drive

The focus on using Patreon to raise money to pay the bills around here (paying for server space/bandwidth and broadcast fees) has proven to make a lot of sense, moreso than the previously used Paypal model.

If you dig any of the stuff I do here, any of the radio shows, or the mix archives, or even if you’re one of the few that still read the blog posts, please consider signing up for Patreon and making a small, recurring, monthly donation of a few dollars.

You can click on the link below.

It’s pretty simple, very safe and a great way to keep Funky16Corners up and running for another year.

So thanks in advance, and enjoy the tunes!

Keep the Faith

Larry

_____________________________________________________________

The pledging will continue this year with Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year, which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the move to 100 percent live broadcasting (Mixlr.com/Funky16corners)  and continued hardware and software upgrades at Funky16Corners central, to keep the radio/podcasting experience as seamless and groovy as possible. So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same, and if you’re already a Patreon donor, please accept my heartfelt thanks!

Example

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I am also including a Paypal donation button (below) if you’d rather donate in a lump sum instead of the rolling donation in Patreon.





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So, download and dig the mixes, keep digging the radio shows!

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

Example  

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PS Head over to Iron Leg when you have a minute!. <

F16C 2019 Pledge Drive – DJ Prime Mundo – Reggae Got Soul

By , July 28, 2019 11:34 am

Example

gregory isaacs – get ready

slim smith – watch that sound

byron lee & the dragonaires – can i change my mind

derrick harriott & the chosen few – have you seen her

alton ellis – la la means i love you

henry s. liza – sexy sadie

soul messengers – do it

tinga stewart – why can’t we live together

ken boothe – darling, you send me

delroy wilson – last thing on my mind

skin flesh & bones – solitary man

jimmy london – till i kiss you

dave barker – blowing in the wind

roslyn sweat & the paragons – black birds singing

jimmy lindsay – easy

Listen/Download -DJ Prime Mundo – Reggae Got Soul – 114MB Mixed MP3
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Greetings all.

The Funky16Corners 2019 Allnighter/Pledge Drive continues!

This week we have a very nice surprise for you indeed, a brand new mix from my man DJ Prime Mundo.

Reggae Got Soul is self-explanatory, a hot collection of reggae versions of soul (and other) classics.

So pull down the ones and zeros and dig it!

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A Note on the 2019 Pledge Drive

The focus on using Patreon to raise money to pay the bills around here (paying for server space/bandwidth and broadcast fees) has proven to make a lot of sense, moreso than the previously used Paypal model.

If you dig any of the stuff I do here, any of the radio shows, or the mix archives, or even if you’re one of the few that still read the blog posts, please consider signing up for Patreon and making a small, recurring, monthly donation of a few dollars.

You can click on the link below.

It’s pretty simple, very safe and a great way to keep Funky16Corners up and running for another year.

So thanks in advance, and enjoy the tunes!

Keep the Faith

Larry

_____________________________________________________________

The pledging will continue this year with Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year, which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the move to 100 percent live broadcasting (Mixlr.com/Funky16corners)  and continued hardware and software upgrades at Funky16Corners central, to keep the radio/podcasting experience as seamless and groovy as possible. So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same, and if you’re already a Patreon donor, please accept my heartfelt thanks!

Example

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I am also including a Paypal donation button (below) if you’d rather donate in a lump sum instead of the rolling donation in Patreon.





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So, download and dig the mixes, keep digging the radio shows!

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

Example  

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PS Head over to Iron Leg when you have a minute!. <

Funky16Corners 2019 Pledge Drive! The History of DJ Prestige

By , July 14, 2019 12:57 pm

Example

DJ Prestige Presents – Bionic Reggae

Justin Hines & The Pioneers – Carry Go Bring Come
Tommy McCook & The Super Sonics – Soul For Sale
Freddie McGregor – Boby Babylon
Horacy Andy – Love Of A Woman
B.B. Seaton – Accept My Apology
The Techniques – There Comes A Time
Dennis Alacapone – Mava
I Roy & Nora Dean – Let Me Tell You Boy
Errol Dunkiey – Darlin’ Ooh
Glenn Washington & Sound Dimension – Sweet Little Woman
Absynnians – Declaration of Rights
The Village Bunch – Son Of A Preacher Man
Big Youth – Hit The Road Jack
In Crowd Band – His Majesty Is Coming
Leo Graham – A Win Them
The Upsetters – Wonder Man
Lizard – Satta I
Silver Richards – Dearest
The Heptones – Young Gifted and Black

Listen/Download – DJ Prestige – Bionic Reggae – 87MB Mixed MP3

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Fleamarket Funk/DJ Prestige Presents – Nice Up – Reggae Sevens

Intro
The Upsetters – Crumbling Dub
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves
Ini Kamoze – World A Music
Michigan & Smiley – Rub A Dub/ Nice Up The Dance/ What A Ting
Prince Fatty – Gin and Juice
Trinity – Who Like It Bite It
Eek A Mouse – Wa Do Dem
Yellowman – I’m Getting Married In The Morning
Roots Radics Band – Divorce
Lone Ranger – Love Bump
Frankie Paul – Pass The Tushungpeng
Althea and Donna – Uptown Top Ranking
Johnny Osbourne – Summer Dub/ Hot Summer
Macka B – Never Played a 45
Courtney John – Strangers
Junior Byles – Curly Locks

Listen/Download – Fleamarket Funk/DJ Prestige – Nice Up – Reggae Sevens – 91MB Mixed MP3

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DJ Prestige – Reggae Explosion!

Honey Boy Martin & The Voices – Dreader Than Dread
Derrick Morgan – The Blazing Fire
Bobby Kalphat – Bobby’s Theme
Augustsus Pablo – 566 Crown Street
Eric Donaldson – A Weh We A Go Do
Junior Murvin – Police And Thieves
Bobby Vaughan – Mohammad Ali
Delroy Wilson – Cool Operator
Toots & The Maytals – 54 – 46
Macka B – Neva Played A 45
Josey Wales – Undercover Lover
Big Youth – Tell It Black
Althea And Donna – Uptown Top Ranking
Collie Weed & Dr. Nuts – Sugar Granny
Jackie Mittoo – Dancing Groove

Listen/Download – DJ Prestige – Reggae Explosions! 72MB Mixed MP3
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New Directions In Sound: A Fuzzy Rock Forty Five Mix For The Whole Family.

Crazy Elephant – In the Dark Part of My Mind
Sound Syndicate – Little Girl
The Music Machine – Talk Talk
Whichwhat – Parting
The Tremelos – Instant Whip
Fumaca Preta – You, Me Libertar
Count Five – Psychotic Reaction
The Hombres – Let It Out
The First Edition – Just Dropped In
The Shadows of Knight – Oh Yeah
The Feathers – Trying To Get To You
The Monkees – (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone
Terry Knight and The Pack – Numbers
The Standells – Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Wear White
The Nite Liters – Set Me Free
The Rugbys – You, I
The Seeds – Pushin’ Too Hard
The Pyramids – Penetration
Mercy – Fireball

Listen/Download DJ Prestige – New Directions In Sound
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DJ Prestige – Afro Rhythms of Today
Soul Jazz Orchestra – Celestial Blues
Bama and the Family – Don’t Think…Do
Hard Proof – Tere
Madlib – Jungle Shoundz
Peter King – Afro Funk
Polyrhythmics – Mr. Wasabi Rides Again
The Poets of Rhythm – Serengeti Stroke
Jungle Fire – Chalupa
The Lions – Jungle Struttin’
The Malcouns – Watou
Grace Jackson – Gonna Get U
Kelenkye – Mother Africa

Listen/Download Funky16Corners Presents: DJ Prestige – Afro Rhythms of Today
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Reaching Onward – A FleamarketFunk.com All 45 Excursion
Studio G’s Beat Group – Hi Bird/ Licorice Soul
Quantic and His Combo Barbaro – Enyere Kumbara/ Tru Thoughts
Lonnie liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes – Goddess of Love/ Flying Dutchman
Big Pimp Jones – The Smokeout/ Recordbreakin’
Hard Proof – Dragon/ Kept Records
The Jive Turkeys – No Answer/ Colemine
Yambu – Sunny/ Motuno
The T.M.G.’s – Agravation/ Funk 45
The DT6 – Don’t Doubt Me/ Starla
East L.A. Carpool – Linda Chicana/ GRC
Victor Green – The Ghetto/ Rejoint
Sir Ali Bengal – ABX (Instrumental)/ Our Label Records
Banda União Black – Yeah Yeah Yeah/ Vampi Soul

Listen/Download DJ Prestige: Reaching Onward
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Greetings all.

The Funky16Corners 2019 Allnighter/Pledge Drive continues!

In continuance of shaking things up a little, I’m going to be presenting compilations of the guest mixes that my favorite selectors have brought to the Pledge Drive/Allnighter over the years.

This week we have six blazing mixes from the mighty DJ Prestige, founder of the Asbury Park 45 Sessions and one of the busiest DJs in the NY area, lighting up the beach here at the Jersey Shore and the clubs of New York City as well.

Prestige manages to be both a righteous dude and an all-star DJ, so dig into these mixes and I’ll be back next week with more!

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A Note on the 2019 Pledge Drive

The focus on using Patreon to raise money to pay the bills around here (paying for server space/bandwidth and broadcast fees) has proven to make a lot of sense, moreso than the previously used Paypal model.

If you dig any of the stuff I do here, any of the radio shows, or the mix archives, or even if you’re one of the few that still read the blog posts, please consider signing up for Patreon and making a small, recurring, monthly donation of a few dollars.

You can click on the link below.

It’s pretty simple, very safe and a great way to keep Funky16Corners up and running for another year.

So thanks in advance, and enjoy the tunes!

Keep the Faith

Larry

_____________________________________________________________

The pledging will continue this year with Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year, which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the move to 100 percent live broadcasting (Mixlr.com/Funky16corners)  and continued hardware and software upgrades at Funky16Corners central, to keep the radio/podcasting experience as seamless and groovy as possible. So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same, and if you’re already a Patreon donor, please accept my heartfelt thanks!

Example

_____________________________________________________________________

I am also including a Paypal donation button (below) if you’d rather donate in a lump sum instead of the rolling donation in Patreon.





_______________________________________________

So, download and dig the mixes, keep digging the radio shows!

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

Example  

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PS Head over to Iron Leg when you have a minute!. <

F16C Summer of Soul 2 – Part 2 – DJ Prestige – Bionic Reggae

By , June 24, 2018 11:15 am

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DJ Prestige Presents – Bionic Reggae

Justin Hines & The Pioneers – Carry Go Bring Come
Tommy McCook & The Super Sonics – Soul For Sale
Freddie McGregor – Boby Babylon
Horacy Andy – Love Of A Woman
B.B. Seaton – Accept My Apology
The Techniques – There Comes A Time
Dennis Alacapone – Mava
I Roy & Nora Dean – Let Me Tell You Boy
Errol Dunkiey – Darlin’ Ooh
Glenn Washington & Sound Dimension – Sweet Little Woman
Absynnians – Declaration of Rights
The Village Bunch – Son Of A Preacher Man
Big Youth – Hit The Road Jack
In Crowd Band – His Majesty Is Coming
Leo Graham – A Win Them
The Upsetters – Wonder Man
Lizard – Satta I
Silver Richards – Dearest
The Heptones – Young Gifted and Black

 

Listen/Download – DJ Prestige – Bionic Reggae – 87MB Mixed MP3

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Greetings all.

The Funky16Corners 2018 Allnighter/Pledge Drive aka The Summer of Soul 2 has begun!

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We continue this year’s Summer of Soul mix series with a joint from my man DJ Prestige. A few words from the man himself:

“Another year, another pledge drive for the Mighty Funky 16 Corners. I have been feeling vibes people. Vibes from JA, and like the funk and soul I’ve searched for for years, I had been secretly stockpiling Jamaican 45s at the same time. This year has been a boon for JA records for me. I had some numb skull from a North Jersey record store tell me: “There are no reggae records in New Jersey.” (Prime Mundo was there to witness). So, just to prove him wrong, I’ve bought over 300 reggae forty fives this year alone (and it’s only June) in the Garden State. So there comic book guy aka record guy, you have no idea what you are talking about. Stop wasting my time, we are here for the records pal, not your “No you may not” attitude. Whether he likes it or not, we always get the records. Speaking of, this lot I used on the mix has a few pops, skips, and jumps, so don’t fret, the music is mixed all live, and all in one take. You don’t get a second chance live, so that’s how it goes. The cover is based on the Bionic Dub record from Dub Specialist out on Studio One manipulated by yours truly. I also tried to incorporate some Six Million Dollar Man samples to go with the mix, I know Oscar Goldman would have been proud. Enjoy, and if you like this mix, make sure you first, pledge to Larry and F16 Corners, then pass it on!. Thanks for listening. Cheers.”

DJ Prestige/ FleaMarketFunk.com
2018

We will continue with a new mix every week for the duration of the summer, with a selection of stellar contributions from some of my (and your) favorite selectors including DJ Prestige, Ben Gibson, DJ Prime Mundo, DJ RP of Funkdefy, Vincent the Soul Chef, Chris Lujan of the M-Tet, DJ Bluewater, HeavySoulBrutha Dave B. and new contributor, DJ Scott Boyko (with possible DJs yet to be named!).

The pledging will continue this year with Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year, which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the move to 100 percent live broadcasting (Mixlr.com/Funky16corners)  and continued hardware and software upgrades at Funky16Corners central, to keep the radio/podcasting experience as seamless and groovy as possible. So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same, and if you’re already a Patreon donor, please accept my heartfelt thanks!

Example

 

In addition to all the broadcasts and the blogging all of the Funky16Corners and Iron Leg mix archives will continue.

I am also including a Paypal donation button (below) if you’d rather donate in a lump sum instead of the rolling donation in Patreon.




 

Don’t forget, my weekly radio show for WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, Testify! is on the air live, every Wednesday night from 10-12. If you dig Funky16Corners and/or Iron Leg I think you’ll dig it. So tune in when you get a chance!
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So, download and dig the mix, keep digging the radio shows, and we’ll be back next week with another groovy mix.

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

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PS Head over to Iron Leg when you have a minute!. <

F16c Summer of Soul Pt8 – DJ Bluewater – Rocksteady Request

By , August 13, 2017 10:14 am

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DJ Bluewater – Rocksteady Request/strong>

Hopeton Lewis – Rocking Mood
Viceroys – Send Request
Alva Lewis – Return Home
HiTones – Don’t Play A Fool
The Heptones – Crying Over You
The Caribbeats – Highway
Bunny & Ruddy – On The Town
Joe Nolan – Cool It With Reggae
Dudley Williamson – Anything You Want
The Cool Cats – What Kind of Man
Tommy McCook – SuperMan
Lynn Taitt – Tom Dooley
The Silvertones – Cry Little Girl Cry
Keith & Tex – Let Me Be The One
Bongo & Les & The Crystalites – Home Sweet Home
Keith Blake – Musically
Derrick Harriott – The Loser
The Graduates – Pretty Girl
The Kingstonians – No False Witness
Hemsley Morris – Love Is Strange
Freddie McKay – Tears Won’t Help
David Anthony – All Night
Freddie McKay & The Aces – A Little Bit Will Do
Alton Ellis – Ain’t That Lovin’ You
Beverley Simmons – Please Don’t Leave Me

 

Listen/Download -DJ Bluewater – Rocksteady Request 157MB Mixed MP3

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Greetings all.

Welcome to Part Eight of the Funky16Corners 2017 Allnighter/Pledge Drive aka The Summer of Soul!

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This week we have a great selection from Asbury Park 45 Sessions veteran, blogger and podcaster DJ BLuewater.

Bluewater’s reggae and rocksteady crates run deep, with the finest in Jamaican 7-inch killers.

His new mix, ‘Rocksteady Request’ is packed with jams from start to finish with both familiar names/sounds and obscurities.

Bluewater’s Allnighter contributions are always eagerly awaited, so pull down the ones and zeros and get your rocksteady on!

Dig the sounds, and make sure to click on the Patreon button to help keep the lights on here at Funky16Corners!

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We will continue with a new mix every week for the duration of the summer, with a selection of stellar contributions yet to come from some of my (and your) favorite selectors including  Tarik Thornton,  and HeavySoulBrutha Dave B.

The fundraiser will also take a slightly different form this year, moving to Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year (i.e. if you pledge 12 bucks, it doles it out a dollar a month over the course of a year), which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the upgrade of a couple of crucial pieces of equipment, and any help you fine people can provide will keep the machinery moving here at Funky16Corners central.

So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same!

Example

 

In addition to all the broadcasts and the blogging all of the Funky16Corners and Iron Leg mix archives will continue.

As I have mentioned recently, the changes to the general format here are as thus – The concentration of the operation will continue its shift to podcasting/radio, with the Funky16Corners Radio Show originating every week as a live broadcast, Thursday nights at 9PM Eastern on MIXLR, and will continue to be posted as a downloadable podcast every Friday, and broadcast in the UK on Cruising Radio.

The Iron Leg Radio Show will also move to a monthly live broadcast (day to be determined) also on MIXLR and will continue to be broadcast on Cruising Radio in the UK.

Don’t forget, my weekly radio show for WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, Testify! is on the air live, every Wednesday night from 10-12. If you dig Funky16Corners and/or Iron Leg I think you’ll dig it. So tune in when you get a chance!
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So, download and dig the mix, keep digging the radio shows, and we’ll be back next week with another groovy mix.

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

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PS Head over to Iron Leg when you have a minute!. <

F16C Summer of Soul/Pledge Drive Pt4 – DJ Prime Mundo – Showdown

By , July 16, 2017 10:50 am

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DJ Prime Mundo – Showdown

big youth – the big fight (gibbs) ranking joe – zion (cash & carry) barry brown – politician (gorgan) african brothers – hold tight (demon) errol scorcher – sounds of hon. marley (dancehall) larry marshall – throw me corn (coxsone) delroy wilson – i don’t know why (coxsone) johnny clarke – none shall escape this judgement (jackpot) prince buster – rough rider (olive blossom) slim smith – build my world (jackpot) pat rhoden – maybe next time (giant) eric donaldson – blue boot (panther)

 

Listen/Download – DJ Prime Mundo – Showdown – 42MB Mixed MP3

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Greetings all.

Welcome to Part Four of the Funky16Corners 2017 Allnighter/Pledge Drive aka The Summer of Soul!

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This week we have a great selection from my man DJ Prime Mundo of the Asbury Park 45 Sessions.

Prime Mundo has been one of my favorite selectors from back in the Asbury 45 Sessions days, combining deep crates and excellent taste to bring surprise and delight when he is on the turntables.

This all new/exclusive mix, Showdown travels into world of dub reggae for some deep, smoky edits engineered to nice up your sound system, whether it travels in huge speakers or just echoes in your earbuds.

So dig the sounds, and make sure to click on the Patreon button to help keep the lights on here at Funky16Corners!

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We will continue with a new mix every week for the duration of the summer, with a selection of stellar contributions from some of my (and your) favorite selectors including  Tarik Thornton, Ben Gibson, DJ RP of Funkdefy, Chris Lujan of the M-Tet, DJ Bluewater and HeavySoulBrutha Dave B.

The fundraiser will also take a slightly different form this year, moving to Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year (i.e. if you pledge 12 bucks, it doles it out a dollar a month over the course of a year), which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the upgrade of a couple of crucial pieces of equipment, and any help you fine people can provide will keep the machinery moving here at Funky16Corners central.

So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same!

Example

 

In addition to all the broadcasts and the blogging all of the Funky16Corners and Iron Leg mix archives will continue.

As I have mentioned recently, the changes to the general format here are as thus – The concentration of the operation will continue its shift to podcasting/radio, with the Funky16Corners Radio Show originating every week as a live broadcast, Thursday nights at 9PM Eastern on MIXLR, and will continue to be posted as a downloadable podcast every Friday, and broadcast in the UK on Cruising Radio.

The Iron Leg Radio Show will also move to a monthly live broadcast (day to be determined) also on MIXLR and will continue to be broadcast on Cruising Radio in the UK.

Don’t forget, my weekly radio show for WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, Testify! is on the air live, every Wednesday night from 10-12. If you dig Funky16Corners and/or Iron Leg I think you’ll dig it. So tune in when you get a chance!
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So, download and dig the mix, keep digging the radio shows, and we’ll be back next week with another groovy mix.

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

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PS Head over to Iron Leg when you have a minute!. <

Funky16Corners Summer of Soul Pt2 – DJ Prestige – Nice Up: Reggae Sevens

By , July 2, 2017 11:16 am

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Fleamarket Funk/DJ Prestige Presents – Nice Up – Reggae Sevens

Intro
The Upsetters – Crumbling Dub
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves
Ini Kamoze – World A Music
Michigan & Smiley – Rub A Dub/ Nice Up The Dance/ What A Ting
Prince Fatty – Gin and Juice
Trinity – Who Like It Bite It
Eek A Mouse – Wa Do Dem
Yellowman – I’m Getting Married In The Morning
Roots Radics Band – Divorce
Lone Ranger – Love Bump
Frankie Paul – Pass The Tushungpeng
Althea and Donna – Uptown Top Ranking
Johnny Osbourne – Summer Dub/ Hot Summer
Macka B – Never Played a 45
Courtney John – Strangers
Junior Byles – Curly Locks

Listen/Download – Fleamarket Funk/DJ Prestige – Nice Up – Reggae Sevens – 91MB Mixed MP3

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Greetings all.

Welcome to Part Two of the Funky16Corners 2017 Allnighter/Pledge Drive aka The Summer of Soul!

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This week we have a spectacular reggae mix from my man DJ Prestige of Fleamarket Funk.

First, a few words from Pres:

“Any time I get a chance to contribute to the Funky 16 Corners empire it’s a pleasure.  Larry has been an early supporter of me at Flea Market Funk (10 years strong!), record dealer, and most importantly a good friend and confidant.  He’s turned me to to so many good records, sold me good records, and was an integral part of the Asbury Park 45 Sessions crew way back when.  The world we be a much sadder place without the massive contributions he has made with this site, as well as his podcast, radio show, other blogs, live DJ sets and everything else he has put his blood, sweat and tears into.  I know the feeling, the hustle is real (remember that, you will be seeing more on that from me shortly), and with this mix I’ve done for the 2017 pledge drive, I decided to go back to the essence of Jamaica and do an all forty five reggae mix.  Not only did I pick some classic and newer original reggae forty fives, I tried to do my best (without the toasting, although you have no idea how bad I wanted to yell “With a flick of my wrist I make you jump and twist!”) to put a set full of dub echo, delay, reverb and a lot of one turntable needle dropping as a tribute to the sound systems, selectors, and dee jays who kept the beat going and people dancing all night long in JA and the UK.  Reggae music has massively influenced me, and every day I am learning more and more and trying to get as many good reggae when they turn up.  I hope you enjoy listening to  this mix as much as I did creating it.  #DigDeeper people, there is so much beneath the surface, and Larry has showed the world how deep and how good music can be.  One love and maximum respect to the man they call Funky 16 Corners!”

 

Mix created with two Technics 1200 turntables, a Pioneer DJM-450 Mixer and original reggae 45s.  Nice Up!

 

-DJ Prestige | 2017

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We will continue with a new mix every week for the duration of the summer, with a selection of stellar contributions from some of my (and your) favorite selectors including  Tarik Thornton, Ben Gibson, DJ Prime Mundo, DJ RP of Funkdefy, Vincent the Soul Chef, Chris Lujan of the M-Tet, DJ Bluewater and HeavySoulBrutha Dave B.

The pledging will also take a slightly different form this year, moving to Patreon (click here or on the logo below to go to the Funky16Corners page) , where you will be able to spread your contributions out over the entire year (i.e. if you pledge 12 bucks, it doles it out a dollar a month over the course of a year), which will help cover the ongoing server/broadcast/hardware expenses. This year has seen the upgrade of a couple of crucial pieces of equipment, and any help you fine people can provide will keep the machinery moving here at Funky16Corners central. So please dig deep so we can continue to do the same!

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In addition to all the broadcasts and the blogging all of the Funky16Corners and Iron Leg mix archives will continue.

As I have mentioned recently, the changes to the general format here are as thus – The concentration of the operation will continue its shift to podcasting/radio, with the Funky16Corners Radio Show originating every week as a live broadcast, Thursday nights at 9PM Eastern on MIXLR, and will continue to be posted as a downloadable podcast every Friday, and broadcast in the UK on Cruising Radio.

The Iron Leg Radio Show will also move to a monthly live broadcast (day to be determined) also on MIXLR and will continue to be broadcast on Cruising Radio in the UK.

Don’t forget, my weekly radio show for WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, Testify! is on the air live, every Wednesday night from 10-12. If you dig Funky16Corners and/or Iron Leg I think you’ll dig it. So tune in when you get a chance!
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So, download and dig the mix, keep digging the radio shows, and we’ll be back next week with another groovy mix.

Also, make sure to follow Funky16Corners on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Keep the faith

Larry

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Ken Boothe – Let’s Get It On

By , August 23, 2016 10:10 am

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Listen/Download – Ken Boothe – Let’s Get It On MP3

Greetings all.

How’s about a little mid-week soulful reggae?

Ken Boothe, one of the truly great Jamaican voices, from the rock steady era on, has appeared in this space a few times before, with his epic reading of Syl Johnson’s ‘Is It Because I’m Black’ as well as his groovy take on the Royalettes ‘It’s Gonna Take a Miracle’.

Today’s selection is the title track from his 1974 LP ‘Let’s Get It On’ (also home to the aforementioned Syl Johnson cover).

One of the best crossover LPs of the 70s, ‘Let’s Get It On’ features a number of cool covers from the Four Tops (That’s The Way Nature Planned It), Paul McCartney (My Love), Neil Young (Down By the River, oddly credited to Boothe and producer Lloyd Charmers) and as in today’s selection, the mighty Marvin Gaye.

I’ve often proffered that much of the classic Jamaican music of the 60s and 70s is merely soul music with a specific riddem, and there is hardly another singer (all props to Toots Hibbert, natch) that demonstrates that as well as Ken Boothe.

Boothe is a fantastic singer, capable of smooth, loverman style as well as a rougher, Otis Redding-esque rasp, both on prominent display in ‘Let’s Get It On’.

Boothe lays into the lyric with passion, and the song’s already relaxed pace/structure lends itself readily to reggae.

The instrumental backing is basic (though the lead guitar is distinctive without getting in the way), and the backing vocals aid and abet Boothe nicely.

There’s a lot of Boothe’s material available in reissue an in iTunes, but as far as I can tell this album (at least in whole) is not. That said, original copies are not terribly expensive, and start to finish you’d be hard pressed to invest in a better reggae LP.

I hope you dig the track, and I’ll see you on Friday.

Keep the faith

Larry

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Also, the brand new Funky16Corners ‘Keep Calm and Stay Funky’ stickers have arrived! The stickers are 4″ x 3″ and printed on high quality, glossy stock. They are $2.00 each, with free shipping in the US ($2.00 per order shipping outside of the US). Click here to go to the ordering page.

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Funky16Corners: Testify

By , July 21, 2016 10:32 am

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Brother JC Crawford
Syl Johnson – Is It Because I’m Black (Twinight)
Staple Singers – For What It’s Worth (Epic)
Malcolm X
Equals – Police On My Back (President)
Majestic Choir and the Soul Stirrers – Why Am I Treated So Bad (Checker)
Huey Newton
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves (Island)
Salem Travelers – Give Me Liberty or Death (Checker)
Dr Martin Luther King Jr
Earth Wind and Fire – Come On Children (WB)
Commodores – Rise Up (Atlantic)
Afro American Ensemble – Free the Black Man’s Chains (GSF)
Angela Davis
Baby Huey – Mighty Mighty Children (Unite Yourself This Hour) (Curtom)
Amanda Ambrose – Gimme Shelter (Bee Gee)
Saul Alinsky
John Hamilton and Doris Allen – Them Changes (Minaret)
Impressions – Keep On Pushing (ABC/Paramount)
Judy Clay – Get Together (Atlantic)
Abbie Hoffman
Buddy Miles- We Got To Live Together (Mercury)
Fighting Bob Lafollette
Lee Dorsey – Who’s Gonna Help Brother Get Further (Polydor)
Curtis Mayfield – Move On Up (Curtom)
Hugh Masekela – Bajabula Bonke (Healing Song) (UNI)
Arthur Lee and Love…

Listen/Download – Funky16Corners: Testify 151MB Mixed MP3

Greetings all.

Brothers and Sisters…the time has come….

Something very ugly is going down in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland is where the wave crested, the Republican deal with the devil was sealed, and it is where the point of no return was fixed on the national timeline.

The forces of regression have been gnawing away at the heart of American for the last three and a half decades and the rise of Donald Trump is evidence that they have done considerable damage.

Though it didn’t start with Trump, his candidacy could not have existed without a foundation of anger, hatred, corruption and chaos on which to settle and grow.

There has been a lot of conjecture of late about whether or not history is repeating itself in relation to another pivotal election year, 1968. Things have changed a lot since then – especially in relation to politics and the media – but many of the ingredients that led to civil unrest then (poverty, racism, political division) have been simmering the entire time.

Thanks in large part to the unholy alliance between the worlds of high finance, industry, and socially regressive movements (often purporting to be religious in nature), and abetted by propagandists able to take advantage of the rapidly (and constantly) changing media environment, we turned on our TVs this week and were greeted by the sight of a racist, neo-fascist, ‘Potemkin Village‘ version of a tycoon as the Republican candidate for President.

Figures like Donald Trump are not new or unique in the history of the United States or the world. Ugly, nativist demagogues have repeatedly surfaced in times of strife, embraced by people eager for seemingly quick, easy solutions to deeply complex problems. Lacking the humility or courage necessary to tear down the walls that divide us, he and his followers choose instead to build new ones where they feel we should be separated.

So rises the very personification of a fist, with which they hope to pound what they perceive as  problems into submission, to try and assert their domination of a culture they see slipping from their grasp.

This is not to say that everyone that finds themselves drawn into his orbit is evil, or understands (in the bigger picture) what it is that they’re doing.

These are very hard times for a lot of our friends and neighbors. Decades of American companies bleeding the economy dry – through offshoring, deregulation and tax avoidance – have left large sections of the population either un-or-underemployed, unable to pay their mortgages (if they were ever able to afford a house at all) or rent, drowning in debt (often from medical bills or student loans) and unable or unwilling to fight back with collective bargaining, thanks to the wholesale demonization/destruction of the labor movement.

They are left terrified and anxious, living paycheck to paycheck, easy prey for those that blame their problems not on people actually running/ruining the economy, or corrupt politicians, but rather on minorities of all types (race, nationality, sexuality) and anyone else they think is contributing to the death of the white hegemony.

One of the worst by-products of this poisonous atmosphere is the breakdown of trust between minorities communities (of all kinds) and the police.
Many of America’s police forces have become increasingly militarized, poorly trained, and unwilling to deal with these weaknesses, seeing any call to do so as an unjust attack on their ranks.

As a result, we have been faced with a seemingly endless string of abuses of police power, culminating in a highly publicized series of police killings of civilians, which are rarely followed by successful prosecutions. When these cases do manage to make it into the justice system, they are often handled by prosecutors unwilling to bring rogue policemen to justice, and policemen unwilling to breach their own wall of silence. The few cases that do make it to trial, often end in acquittals or a slap on the wrist.

This pattern results in the aforementioned breakdown in trust (and more recently/tragically in assassinations of police), and many whites, awash in privilege, convinced that the police are all that remain between them and a world they’re terrified of (and have no stake in), look the other way.

One of the prominent responses to the epidemic of police violence has been the Black Lives Matter movement. BLM has become a flashpoint for racists who respond to its calls for police accountability by accusing them (unjustly) of advocating violence and racial division (thus the pathetic return volleys of “All Lives Matter”).

When police violate their oath, do their jobs so poorly that people end up dead, or otherwise break the law, and they are either let off entirely or disciplined in a much lighter way than the general public, it erodes their authority and public trust not only in the police but in the integrity of the law. That’s why the solutions to this problem must start with, or at least concentrate on the police.

But the response from law enforcement (not exclusively, but mostly, and very loudly from police unions) has been recalcitrance, refusal of accountability, and deflection of responsibility onto the victims.

When one of the two major national political parties uses their presidential convention as a vehicle to perpetuate this cycle, it puts the entire country in a horrible position.

This week we saw speakers in Cleveland (and the attendees) cheering the acquittal of the policemen in the Freddie Gray case and reinforcing the idea that everyone outside of their ranks (especially BLM) was anti-cop (as opposed to pro-rule of law).

I put together ‘Testify’ as a companion piece to a set that was first posted here back in 2010, ‘Things Got To Get Better (Get Together)’.

The specific points of reference might have been different then, but the root causes, and the people behind them were the same. At that point, we were barely a year into President Obama’s first term. Today, we are nearing the end of his second term, and approaching the election that will determine his successor.

This has been an especially divisive campaign, on both sides of the aisle, marked by the (sadly unsuccessful) ascendance of Senator Bernie Sanders in response to the rightward drift of the Democratic Party, and on the other side, the rise of Trump.

We approach the election with the GOP solidifying their support for racist policies, the repeated use of fear as a weapon, and the Democrats left trying to unify around the controversial and widely unpopular Hillary Clinton.

There’s a little more than three months until Americans head to the polls and make the decision that will determine how (or whether) this country moves forward.

This mix gathers together black artists from the worlds of soul, funk, gospel and rock, with songs that were created in response to oppression and racism (here in the US, Jamaica, the UK and Apartheid-era South Africa), crying out for an end to both and many of them asking not for separation, but for recognition, unity and progress.

The voices in between the songs are from some of the most important progressive figures of the past century, many of them controversial, but all of who worked for an end to destructive forces, advocating for the less fortunate and against the oppressors.

Some of them may be unfamiliar to younger readers (Look them up! You won’t be sorry.) and some of them may be people that you’ve heard bad things about (Again, educate yourself), but all of them are important.

Ultimately, despite all of the words I’ve managed to wring out of my tired brain, I would hope that the mix speaks on its own. If you listen, and like what you hear, pass it along to someone who you think would might dig it, and/or learn from it, and do whatever else you can to counter the dark forces eating away at the country, and our culture (first and foremost, registering to vote, don’t one of the “one in three”).

I hope you dig it, and I’ll see you next week.

Keep the faith

Larry

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F16C 2016 Allnighter/Pledge Drive Wrap Up

By , June 21, 2016 11:55 am

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Funky16Corners/Larry Grogan – Queens

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DJ Prime Mundo – Sound Recording

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Ben Gibson of Mo’Soul/The Hit Git & Split

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HeavySoulBrutha – Another 14 @ 45RPM

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DJ Bluewater – Tell the People

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Vincent the Soul Chef Warmup/Windup

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DJ Prestige – Reggae Explosion!

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Chris Lujan – The Adrian Younge Instrumentals

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Tarik Thornton – There Was a Time

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DJ RP/DJ Trueskillz- Live Shindig!

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Funky16Corners/Larry Grogan – Kings

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Greetings all 

 

Welcome to the wrap-up of the Funky16Corners 2016 Allnighter/Pledge Drive

We haven’t quite met our goal for 2016, so I’ve put together this recap/wrapup of the Allnighter with links to all of the mixes/pages for the last few weeks so you could see them all in one place, and pick up any that you might have mixed.

This page will stay up until the end of the week, and if you dig what we do here (the Funky16Corners Radio Show, mix archives and all of the same over at our sister blog, Iron Leg)  but haven’t donated, please consider clicking on the Paypal button and tossing something into that hat to help make the 2016 operating budget.

Everyone that donates will receive the new 2016 sticker and badge (see below, as well as any other swag we have remaining) and will be entered into the drawing for the groovy new 45 by the M-Tet.

I’ll be back on Monday with another, brand new BONUS mix of funk and soul, so stay tuned for that!

It is all greatly appreciated!

 

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Your donations help to keep Funky16Corners up and running, with the blog, Funky16Corners Radio Show podcast and hundreds of hours of archived mixes.

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Everyone that donates will get the new 2016 Funky16Corners badge and bumpersticker, with which you can adorn the garment and flat surface of your choosing.

Also, everyone that donates will be entered into a drawing to win a copy of the new 45 by the M-Tet!

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So pull down the ones and zeros, dig deep and Keep the Faith!

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Keep the faith

Larry

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Also, the brand new Funky16Corners ‘Keep Calm and Stay Funky’ stickers have arrived! The stickers are 4″ x 3″ and printed on high quality, glossy stock. They are $2.00 each, with free shipping in the US ($2.00 per order shipping outside of the US). Click here to go to the ordering page.

PS Head over to Iron Leg too.

F16C 2016 Allnighter/Pledge Drive – DJ Prestige – Reggae Explosion!

By , June 13, 2016 12:11 pm

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Honey Boy Martin & The Voices – Dreader Than Dread
Derrick Morgan – The Blazing Fire
Bobby Kalphat – Bobby’s Theme
Augustsus Pablo – 566 Crown Street
Eric Donaldson – A Weh We A Go Do
Junior Murvin – Police And Thieves
Bobby Vaughan – Mohammad Ali
Delroy Wilson – Cool Operator
Toots & The Maytals – 54 – 46
Macka B – Neva Played A 45
Josey Wales – Undercover Lover
Big Youth – Tell It Black
Althea And Donna – Uptown Top Ranking
Collie Weed & Dr. Nuts – Sugar Granny
Jackie Mittoo – Dancing Groove

Listen/Download – DJ Prestige – Reggae Explosions! 72MB Mixed MP3

 

Greetings all 

Welcome back to the Funky16Corners 2016, Allnighter/Pledge Drive.

 

We come to you today with a new set of reggae heat from DJ Prestige, the man who not only founded the Asbury Park 45 Sessions (for which we will be forever grateful) but went on to build Fleamarket Funk and DJs regularly around New York and his home base in Jersey City.

Prestige mos def knows his reggae, and ‘Reggae Explosion’  is one of his best.

 

Don’t forget to click the Paypal button and donate, and we’ll be back tomorrow with a brand new mix from Chris Lujan of the M-Tet and the Dirty Dirty Podcast!

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Your donations help to keep Funky16Corners up and running, with the blog, Funky16Corners Radio Show podcast and hundreds of hours of archived mixes.

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Everyone that donates will get the new 2016 Funky16Corners badge and bumpersticker, with which you can adorn the garment and flat surface of your choosing.

Also, everyone that donates will be entered into a drawing to win a copy of the new 45 by the M-Tet!

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So pull down the ones and zeros, dig deep and Keep the Faith!

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Keep the faith

Larry

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Also, the brand new Funky16Corners ‘Keep Calm and Stay Funky’ stickers have arrived! The stickers are 4″ x 3″ and printed on high quality, glossy stock. They are $2.00 each, with free shipping in the US ($2.00 per order shipping outside of the US). Click here to go to the ordering page.

PS Head over to Iron Leg too.

F16C 2016 Allnighter/Pledge Drive – DJ Bluewater – Tell the People

By , June 9, 2016 12:06 pm

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DJ Bluewater – Tell the People
The Kilowatts – Slot Machine
Ralph Blake – High Blood Pressure
The Uniques – Trying To Find A Home
Desmond Dekker – Intensified Festival 68′
The Dynamites – Rahtid
The Paragons – Left With A Broken Heart
The Maytones – Loving Reggae
Clifton Smith – I’m Gonna Make It
The Techniques – Reason Why I Love You
Eric Monty Morris – He Is Back
The Ethiopians – Not Me
The Sensations – Come Back Darling
Freddie Notes & The Rudies – Shanghai
Alton Ellis – Suzie
Cedric Im Brooks – Money Maker
Doreen Shafer – Love Me With All Your Heart
The Highlites – Ten To One
Suzette – To Sir With Love
The Techniques – Heart of A Man
The Ethiopians – Cool It Omego
The Mellotones – I’m Gonna Let
John Holt – Coming Home
The Melodians – Sweet Rose
The Kingstonians – I Don’t Care
Roland Alphonso – Stream of Life

Listen/Download – DJ Bluewater – Tell the People 158MB Mixed MP3

 

Greetings all 

Welcome back to the Funky16Corners 2016 Allnighter/Pledge Drive.

Today we have yet another oustanding reggae selection from another of my Asbury Park 45 Sessions buddies, DJ Bluewater.

Bluewater has deep, deeeeeeeep Jamaican crates and you can always count on him to bring the heat.

He works out of DJBluewater.com (make sure to hit up his site for mixes and 45 scans!) and has been doing the Blue Sunday podcast for a while now.

Next week we’ll be seeeing mixes from Vincent the Soul Chef, DJ Prestige, Chris Lujan, Tarik Thornton and DJ RP of Funkdefy!

Don’t forget to click the Paypal button and donate, and we’ll be back on Monday with a pair of new mixes from Vincent the Soul Chef!
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Your donations help to keep Funky16Corners up and running, with the blog, Funky16Corners Radio Show podcast and hundreds of hours of archived mixes.

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Everyone that donates will get the new 2016 Funky16Corners badge and bumpersticker, with which you can adorn the garment and flat surface of your choosing.

So pull down the ones and zeros, dig deep and Keep the Faith!

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Keep the faith

Larry

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Also, the brand new Funky16Corners ‘Keep Calm and Stay Funky’ stickers have arrived! The stickers are 4″ x 3″ and printed on high quality, glossy stock. They are $2.00 each, with free shipping in the US ($2.00 per order shipping outside of the US). Click here to go to the ordering page.

PS Head over to Iron Leg too.

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