Soul Music of the World
A potent mix of neo soul, hip hop,and jazz to move and, share, and enjoy. @djcomeofage
Nu Jazz: Free Download of the Week

21 April 2007-- We're moving right along with a host of news to tell !  Let me start with a download that comes out of the vaults of procducer Sean Mooney. This gem is titled "Nu Jazz". Yours truly will begin mixing for "4 Da Soul" Radio Show. Be sure to check for them online as they bring you much more of the soul music that we love. I'm preparing tracks now for my show which will air on weekends and some weekdays. Once I get the lineup, I'll be sure to post. Please take some time to download the recent guests that have featured here. The likes of DJ Soulswede, DJ Crash, DJ Purple, and DJ Wrex. If you love mixes, this is the place to be. And yes, I am getting better at posting the tracklists. ha ha

Much respect and thanks to Trel and Pam at ONUTSS! They've given me so much inspiration and encouragement. I always have to show them love with my blogs and stuff. They're as beautiful and real as it gets. New music compilations and digital only release cds featuring Myoshi, Tara Caballero, and Ahmo Hight are on the way to a digital store near you. We've only just begin y'all . Reach out and touch me via email or Myspace!


Direct download: Sean_Mooney-Nu_Jazz.mp3
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DJ Crash: The Mixologist

Welcome to the mix show presented by DJ Crash. This is what I term a "master-mixx". A perfect blend of old school hip hop and the house music a lot of us grew up on. DJ Crash, legendary dj, mixer, producer, and now podcaster? For sure. Be sure to tune in to his podcast mix show on iTunes and while you're there, look for him on the Tara Caballero project titled The Essence of Me. This is my man, DJ Crash, as he put down this mix for XM Radio. Yeah, I'm well connected...and this is for you.

DJ Crash on the COA Podcast.....

Direct download: CrashonXM-Radio2.mp3
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 Welcome to The Soul Swede Show...

BIO DJ Soulswede 
"He has looked Robert "Kool" Bell (Kool & The Gang) straight in the eye! He dared to ask him why they have been faking the funk in recent years. He has sat in a car with Mitch McDowell from General Kane, discussing at length the problems of crack in the young Afro-American community. He also spoke with Mitch about his passion for p-funk. He has hooked up with old school hiphoppers The Jungle Brothers at a noisy airport. He’s even given Patti Austin a huge hug in Copenhagen. He has met Chicago housers Full House and Daryll Pandy during the period when four channel mixers were the only studio equipment needed for house music."  
Born in 1967 and raised in southern Sweden. At the age of 8, he asked his parents for the new George McCrae single “Rock You Baby". There was something special here with a soulful voice on top of a melodic soulful groove.

He then began to explore his fathers' vinyl collection. The favorites came from Dionne Warwick and Stevie Wonder. In 1980 he bought his own first album, “Secret Combination? by Randy Crawford. His father is a musician and has been playing organs in churches almost all his life. Maybe there is a connection. 
In the mid 80’s he discovered local radio stations, which were a rather new phenomena back then. But he did not appreciate the music they were playing. One day he asked one of the stations if he could run a show playing soul music and "Soul Power Radio" was born. Later "Soul Food Radio". He was doing a one hour weekly show playing soul and funk music only. The response was not overwhelming. Soul music was not the most played genre back then. He was even threatened on one of his live shows and was actually haunted by people for playing black music on the radio. He had to leave the studio through a backdoor for a period of time. 
During that time he also did some freelance work for The Swedish National Radio. He interviewed Robert “Kool? Bell and Dennis “DT? Thomas of Kool & The Gang. He also did his “own? interviews with artists such as Tyrone Davis, BeBe & CeCe Winans and Mitch McDowell of General Kane. It was not always an easy thing to do interviews at a young age of around 20. But the artists respected him for his big knowledge and deep love for the music.  
In 1991 he moved abroad to work in Spain for a couple of years, following this time he moved to Stockholm for a period. He lost close contact with the music for a couple of years during the 90’s, and is now trying to catch up with the music missing on his soulful map for that decade.  
Over the years he has been playing everything from raw, naked and “uncensored? hiphop to quiet storm, smooth jazz, soulful house, deep soul, and hardcore funk. But his heart is in the deeper school of soulful music. It “must? contain a strong melody. He always comes back to the fact that soul music must reflect the person behind it. It’s all about credibility.  
Pls. visit 
Join The Soulswede Show on the first Saturday of every month (Start on June 2) 
14.00-16.00 (GMT) 15.00–17.00 (CET) 9AM-11AM (EST) 
Sky Digital Channel 0129 (To the UK & Eire) (Worldwide)

DJ Soulswede

Radio presenter and music journalist Solar Radio



Direct download: Soulswede_Replacement_Show.mpga
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