31 March 2011

Silky's 70s Weekend

Silky1 takes us into the weekend with some 70s Funk & Soul


A Taste Of Honey - Rainbow's End
Silk - Midnight Dancer
The Brothers Johnson - Get The Funk Out Ma Face (extended mix)
Brass Construction - We
Brick - Livin' From The Mind
The Chocolate Jam Co. - This Time
Loleatta Holloway - I May Not Be There When You Need Me, But I'm Right On Time
Donna Summer - Walk Away
Side Effect - Always There
Rufus & Chaka Khan - Blue Love
Ronnie Laws - Saturday Evening
Angela Bofill - Angel Of The Night
The Commodores - Sweet Love
Willie Hutch - Sunshine Lady
Al Green - You Oughta Be With Me
Parliament - Unfunky U.F.O.
Brainstorm - We're On Our Way Home

80m 20s

28 March 2011

Music is Life

A new Silky1 Podcast featuring recent and classic R&B

King - The Story
Miguel - To The Moon
Kashif - Baby, Don't Break Your Baby's Heart
The Headhunters - I Remember I Made You Cry
Graham Central Station - Water
Eric Benet - Paid (feat. Eddie Levert)
Reggie B. - Cold Cold World
Womack & Womack - Living In A Different World
Willie Hutch - The Mark Of The Beast
Don E. - Peace In The World
Georgia Ann Muldrow - Wrong Way
Faith Evans - Everyday Struggle (feat. Raekwon)
El DeBarge - 5 Seconds (feat. Fabulous)
Mint Condition - Look What You Done To Me (double play)/Caught My Eye
Raphael Saadiq - Good Man
The Time - I Don't Want To Leave You

78m 18s

08 March 2011

New Steve Arrington produced by Dam-Funk

Blow Your Mind 

Slave Tribute (R.I.P. Mark L. Adams)

Legendary bassist Mark L. Adams of Slave passed away today. One of the true greats of the funk band era, Mark "The Hansolor" Adams gave Slave a sound unlike any other at the time. His rumbling bass-lines would be remembered and sampled by numerous generations that followed. He will be greatly missed... please join Reunion Radio in paying tribute to an all time funk great.

Snap Shot
Turn You Out (In and Out)
Just a Touch of Love
Stone Jam
Spice of My Life
Baby Sinister
Sizzlin' Hot
Steal Your Heart
Watching You
Wait For Me
The Word is Out
Party Lites

R.I.P. Mark L Adams of Slave

"...My friend since high school has passed early this morning. The great Mark Adams bass player of Slave. I can't believe it..." ~ Steve Arrington

His legacy will live forever

Reunion Radio