A special guest-mix series where DJs are invited to create a soundtrack for tomorrow's days. Next up: Amsterdam-based keyboardist/producer/dj Soul Supreme.
Every Mixed Feelings podcast is accompanied by a few questions that provide a little insight to the DJ and the mix they've prepared for us and for you.
Which feelings do we find bottled in this mix?
Optimism, spirituality, uplifting.
What message does the music you play convey?
"Music is the key" to quote the words of Weldon Irvine.
How is the mix reflecting your current music taste?
You can hear a lot of jazz-funk tunes and Fender Rhodes buttery all over which definitely reflect where I've been musically in the last year.
Who should release a new album/EP already?
If the mix would be a soundtrack, what (kind of) movie/video/audio-visual content would support it best?
For me it would serve as a find soundtrack for driving around alongside the coast on a rainy day where the sun just barely gets through the clouds...
Gene Harris - Theme for Relana
Hyldon - Guitarras, Violinos E Instrumentos De Samba
Joao Donato - A Ra
Ryo Kawaski - Raisins
Hampton Hawes - Web
John Klemmer - Free Soul
Mary Lou Williams - Rosa Mae
Tom Grant - Mystified
Funk INC - God Only Knows
Cesar Mariano & Cia. - Metropole
The Frank Cunimondo Trio Introducing Lynn Marino - Feelin' Good
Herbie Hancock - Tell Me a Bedtime Story
Afrodisia - Sugar Free
Steve Kuhn - The Meaning of Love
Horace Silver - Old Mother Nature Calls
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson - Your Daddy Loves You