YUM YUM Soul Break # 1 by Chrome (James & Bobby Purify, Freddie Scott, the Marvelettes), taken from our latest Mixtape “The Dude“. This is the first Soul Breakdown, pretty short at that, but its will be an entire series (10 parts) and if you paste them all together you will get one long Mixtape.
A new YUM YUM Mixtape, just in time for tonights Chromemusic Party party and uhm, our newsletter receivers (YUM YUM Goody Mail) were the first ones to get the tape, as usual. Anyways have fun with this one, its not called Dude for nothing. Enjoy[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/YUM-YUM-the-Dude-FINAL-Edit.mp3]
YUM YUM Mixtape Vol 12 – The Dude
1. Wicked Games – Coeur de Pirate (the Weeknd Cover)
2. Coffee Break – Zeds Dead
3. You oughta know – Das Racist
4. Could a Runaway – Delly Ranks & Gappy Ranks
5. Hold the line – Major Lazer (YUM YUM Warning Rmx)
6. Tightrope – Janelle Monae & Gloria Jones (YUM YUM Soul rework)
7. Bongo Dub – Manu Chao – Dub Traffic Control
8. Dem Nyam Anything – Busy Signal
9. Mi tuff like Steel – Mr Vegas
10. Put it on – Busy Signal
11. Sister Nancy – Wick-it
12. YUM YUM Soul Breakdown (James & Bobby Purify, Freddie Scott, the Marvelettes)
13. YUM YUM Party Break (Ripple)
14. Otis – Jay-z & Kanye West & Otis Redding (Cookin Soul Edit)
15. White Girl Problems/ I’ll be your Pillow – Hoodie Allen & Eliza Doolittle
16. Fel del av garden – Movits!
17. Multiply-Tebaks ti Klubben – Lidell/Gonzalez/Vibrante
18. the Walk – Mayer Hawthorne
19. Touch the Sky – Mark Ronson Rmx
20. ZiggyZa ZiggyZi – L’Xtrmst.Zen
21. Down with the Trumpets – Rizzle Kicks
22. Love – Foster the People
The Funk Brothers, are the people who created the Motown sound as itself. Often they were forgot, as they’ve mostly became props for quality as studio musicians, but in most case just by singers and additionally the Funk Brothers never appeared on any record cover. They always were THE band, when it came to recording a new Motown hit of that time. The list of number one hits is damn long and many many musicians like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, the Supremes, the Four Tops etc. reached their popularity just because of these guys. Yesterday, I watched Standing In The Shadows Of Motown (google video), a documentery about them. I really can recommend that movie to everybody who wants to know how that great movement in music history took place.
PS: If you liked that movie, buy it on DVD in order to have pure phenomenal sound quality!