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Sundays From Harlem 9-Dec-12

11 December 2012

We kick off this show with a downtempo original from Josh Milan and then we move into some very jazzy tunes with Reel People and Fredricks Brown. Then we move into a little organic deepness with Nitin Sawhney, Jephte Guillame and Ariel Figueroa. From there, we begin our ascent to brighter vibes with At Jazz, Phil Asher, Shea Soul, Kyoto Jazz Massive, until we come to the Sundays From Harlem debut of the Soultwins remix of, “Loving you in Places” by C Robert Walker and Paris Cesvette. Followed by the underground hit, “Dear Mother” from LadyMarySound and Meechie Faire……. Thanks for supporting this show and I hope you can join us each Sunday on

You can stream or download this entire episode by clicking here–> Sundays from Harlem 9th December 2012 podcast”


Josh Milan Your Body (Original Mix)
Reel People You Used To Hold Me Tight (Live Version)
Fredericks Brown Betrayal (Andreas Saag’s Swell Session)
Loui & Scibi feat. Nathalia Giving You The Light (Original Mix)
Nitin Sawhney Homelands (Biswa Itjema Dub)
Jephte Guillame mystery song
Ariel Figueroa Baba Zulu
Athenai Life (Incl. Tea Party Mixes) (Keyapella Mix)
Marbert Rocel Let’s Take Off (Osunlade Yoruba Soul Vocal)
Phil Asher featuring Shea Soul Can’t Go Back (Main Mix)
Atjazz Wind and Sea
Fauna Flash Ten (Kyoto Jazz Massive Remix)
Carl Hancock Rux Lamentions (You Son)
Kemetic Just I Got Life (Kemeticjust Original Deep Mix)
C Robert Walker & Paris Cesvette Loving You In Places – The Remixes (SoulTwins Midnight Mix)
Meechie Faire, LadyMary Sound Dear Mother (The Letter Mix Meechie’s Speech)
Tom Conrad Feat. Jaidene Veda The One (Reelsoul Remix)
Ralf GUM feat. Robert Owens Fly Free (Ralf GUM Main Mix)


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