Teebs - Piano Months
from the album ‘E s t a r a’, released 7th April 2014 on Brainfeeder.
Sam Cooke - Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 (Full Album)
January 12, 1963 at the Harlem Square Club in Miami. It was a small downtown nightspot, and that evening it was packed with some of Cooke’s most devoted fans from his gospel days. The result was loud, raw, artful and raucous — but it wasn’t the Sam Cooke the label was looking to sell to mainstream audiences. RCA decided to tuck the Harlem Square Club recording into its archives.
Cut to 1985, when a record executive named Gregg Geller discovered those recordings and quickly released Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963. It’s now considered one of the greatest live albums ever recorded.
Everybody’s with me. Everybody’s with me tonight.
The Internet feat. Tay Walker - You Don’t Even Know
Amir Sulaiman - Brother
music isn’t just something you can sing and dance to, it is a wonderous wave of sound that tunnels its way into your brain through your ears, tumbling into your body like a million ideas at once all lighting different rooms in the same house. It reminds your body of its spirit, reminding you that you are a magnificent, soulful being. It can help you express the emotions, thoughts, and imaginations that you could never even peek at before. It allows your body to move uncontrollably through rhythm in the form of dance; to create something from an unspoken voice and turn it into song. Music is beyond words, beyond our usual universe, it is a higher form of communication… Music heals.
This Will Destroy You - Another Language (Full Album)
In love with this record.
Common - Pop’s Rap
Rest In Peace to Common’s Father, Lonnie “Pops” Lynn.
“He was truly a natural poet and master of words,” Common said in a statement yesterday. “The way he said things made me look at life and the world in a new way, in a different way. They always sparked a thought in my head. His words would always make me strive to achieve higher, to write better, to be more truthful with my words.”
Mara Hruby - Send It On
Great cover of a D’Angelo classic.
D’Angelo - Everybody Loves The Sunshine
A Roy Ayers classic.
José James (feat. Takuya Kuroda) - Simply Beautiful