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    help with tracklisting

    i would like to put a cd together for listening in the car, starting with
    across 110 street...womack, and i want to find some other songs that will go nice with it.
    unmixed cd. just individual tracks.
    with the same feeling and style. can anyone here help or suggest ?
    Last edited by JJ11; 04-30-2011 at 06:56 PM.

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    Curtis Mayfield..Tell Me..Tell Me...how you like to be loved...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_of_da_House View Post
    Curtis Mayfield..Tell Me..Tell Me...how you like to be loved...
    thank you. please keep them coming, i have a long drive ahead of me.

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    Isaac Hayes - Pursuit of the pimpmobile....

    Will give them to you as I go along..but what else did you have in mind?? Lets play tag..you're it..lol
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    brothers gonna work it out willie hutch

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    First Choice - Love & happiness
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    street life the crusaders

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    Brothers Johnson - Strawberry Letter 23
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    Ann Peebles - Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
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    Patti LaBelle – Music Is My Way Of Life

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicsounds1 View Post
    Patti LaBelle Music Is My Way Of Life
    kool..not sure if he wanted to change the tempo..but I think the middle of the mix should get some tempo...
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    help with tracklisting

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_of_da_House View Post
    kool..not sure if he wanted to change the tempo..but I think the middle of the mix should get some tempo...
    I agree.

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    Humm...Sister Sledge - Lost In Music
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    nautilus - bob james

    i like Ann Peebles - Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down thank you

    that sister sledge track is to smooth for it.
    you are getting the feeling i am going for '71-'75 were some good musical years.
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    now is the time to do it (let's straighten it out) - teddy pendergrass

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    Express - direct disco

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    The People's Choice - Do It Any way You Wanna
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    Patti Jo - Make Me Believe In You
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    Not specifically suggestions for songs to add to your playlist, but I put together a quick mix for my man's bbq 3 or 4 years back. It might be able to supplement the playlist you put together.

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/vvualn

    Edwin Starr- Easin In
    Southside Connection- Save The World
    SOUL- Peace of Mind
    Brothers Johnson- Strawberry Letter 23
    Sweet Charles- Hang Out & Hustle
    Fred Wesley & The JBs- Breakin Bread
    Ripple- I Don't Know What It Is But It Sure Is Funky
    Ohio Players- Pride & Vanity
    Don Julian & The Larks- Inner City Blues
    Eighties Ladies- Turned On To You
    Curtis Mayfield- Trippin Out
    Milton Wright- Keep It Up
    Diana Ross- Telephone
    Lokee- Clap Your Hands
    Leroy Hutson- Lucky Fellow
    Blair- Nitelife
    Johnny Hammond Tell Me What To Do
    Barbara Streisand- Promises
    Archie Bell & The Drells- Strategy
    The Jones Girls- You're Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else
    Nu Shooz- I Can't Wait
    Fatback- I Found Lovin
    Kleer- Intimate Connections
    Aurra- You & Me Tonight
    Cheryl Lynn- Encore
    Chaka Khan- I Know you, I Live You
    Third World- Try Jah Love
    Main Ingredient- Evening of Love
    Universal Robot Band- Barely Breaking Even
    LTD- Give Me Love

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monny JcIntosh View Post
    hopefully they find out what the cause of that accident was.
    if you find out before us let us know.
    back to this subject now, please.

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