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Highs in the low 70s

Today’s forecast is funk & soul! This continuous mix was made to enhance those perfect spring days. Highs in the low 70s, flip-flops, no worries and people in the ‘hood looking good. The breezy tracks included here also represent the “low 70s”, roughly the years 1970–1975.

Highs in the low 70s - lippy
(MP3 - 45 minutes - 65MB)

Here's a zip file of the mix to download:
Highs in the low 70s - lippy ZIP
(ZIP - 45 minutes - 62MB)

1. Express Yourself (alt. version) - Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band
2. He's My Sunny Boy - Diana Ross & The Supremes
3. (Everybody Wanna Get Rich) Rite Away - Dr. John
4. Running Back and Forth - Edwin Starr
5. Right On - Clarence Wheeler & The Enforcers
6. If You Let Me - Eddie Kendricks
7. Israelites – Desmond Dekker
8. Sunshine on my Shoulders - Nat Townsley Jr.
9. I Wanna Be Where You Are - Michael Jackson
10. Ecstasy - Ohio Players
11. You Got The Love - Rufus & Chaka Khan
12. Rien Ne Va Plus - Funk Factory
13. Rocking Chair – Betty Padgett
14. You Keep Me Hanging On – Bonnie and Sheila
15. Funky to the Bone – Fredi Henchi & the Soul Setters
16. Chug Chug Chug-A-Lug (Push N' Shove) Part II - The Meters
17. Heaven Must be Like This – Ohio Players

The Streets - Trust Me (Lippy Edit)

The Streets (British rapper Mike Skinner) has been doing a stellar job at releasing his new songs as mp3s via his Twitter feed. This morning he shared the raw tracks that make up one of these songs, "Trust Me" so people could remix it.

Below is my take on this song (which was pretty darn good before I ever got a chance to slice it up).

The Streets - Trust Me (Lippy Edit)

He's been sharing some remixes back onto his Twitter feed - maybe this one will get a mention. Let me know what you think.

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