Date: Tue Mar 05 2002 - 11:30:17 CET

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    A BIG Thank You to MR. Bob Davis for hooking us up with the Radio Show of CTI material.
    I've always had a soft spot for the CTI label since I got my first one, in '92. I collected 'em all (Benson, Esther Phillips, Hubbard, Deodato, Idris Muhammed, etc.) and love that sound. I know most of you are more into the nu skool sounds, but I always like to go back and dig in the crates of the past. I got chills up my spine when I heard Esther Phillips do Gil Scott Heron's "Home is where the hatred is", it is hauntingly beautiful tune.

    Let's have some fun and list your fave Rare Groove, Latin, & Jazz funk tunes. What's yours???

    Here's mine.

    1) Milt Jackson- People make the world go round (CTI)
    2) Side Effect- Always There (Fantasy)
    3) Odyssey- Don't tell me, tell her (RCA)
    4) Grady Tate- Moondance (Argo/ Charly)
    5) Minnie Ripperton- Reasons (CBS)
    6) Collosseum- Elegy (ABC/Dunhill)
    7) Donald Byrd- Wind Parade (Blue Note)
    8) Hugh Masekela- Child of the Earth (Chisa)
    9) Lonnie Liston Smith- Expansions (Flying Dutchman)
    10) Leon Thomas- Just in time to see the sun (Flying Dutchman)
    11) Malo-Momtombo (Warner Bros.)
    12) The Last Poets- Related to what (Douglas 7)
    13) Stevie Wonder- Blackman (Motown)
    14) Manu Dibango- New Bell (Atlantic)
    15) Kathryn Moses- Music in my heart (?, Around the world)
    16) Nina Simone- Funkier than a Mosquito's Tweeter (?)
    17) Idris Muhammed- Loran's Dance (Kudo/ cti)
    18) Johnny Hammond- Fantasy (Fantasy)
    19) Patrice Rushen- Roll with the punches (Prestige)
    20) Roy Ayers- Take all the time you need (Polydor)

    dj essential

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