I’ve been procrastinating but it’s finally here, the next MLFM playlist. I’making some small changes to my podcast.
First I’m starting from the beginning. I will begin listening them by number and not monthly because this way I can create as many or few as I wish. This music was supposed to be for the month of March and I found myself trying to play catch up. By me changing the format to numeral so this way if I want to create an extra I can and if someone enjoys a particular playlist and wish to request a download of that playlist I can happily obliged.
Another thing, I’m switching to streaming via my website [ https://mixcloud.com/darrenkeith3 ]. Downloads will be available but only by request. I think most people in this day and time are streaming more and more. This is not to say it will continue to be this way but I have to do what’s best for me at time.
I will begin putting more details in my shownotes and speaking less on the podcasts. I feel I express myself better through written words than spoken words. To be honest I believe I need an dialect coach in regards to speaking voice. I feel my voice doesn’t hold much weight. I will still use ID drops and if others are interested in recording an ID drop for my podcasts please feel free. This will also give me a feel who’s listening to my shows.
This playlist is a mixture of a couple of tunes from the duo Special EFX (Chieli Minucci – Guitarist and the late George Jinda – Percussionist). This was the first album I bought when I heard the track “The Flow”. I had to throw in a track from Steely Dan and a track from Donald Fagen from his second solo work, “Kamakiriad”. Other tracks include music from Keiko Matsui, The Braxton Brothers, Paul Taylor, David Torn, Andy McKee, Don Ross and others.
Enjoy the tunes and remember to spread the word in regards to music for the Heart, Mind, and Soul.
For streaming >> mixcloud.com/darrenkeith3
Uptown East – Special EFX
Law and Order – Mike Post
Black Cow – Steely Dan
Rylynn – Andy McKee
On the Move – Paul Taylor
Nguea Wonja – Keiko Matsui
Never Say Die – Michael Franks
Dracula II Mikrokosmos – Don Ross
Surrender – Jesse Cook
Lion of Boaz – David Torn
The Flow – Special EFX
Equilibre – David Cullen & Michael Manring
Across the Sand – Earl Klugh
Can We Try Again – Braxton Brothers
Midnight in Manhattan – Peter White
Indian Woman – Rubaja and Hernandez
Tomorrow’s Girl – Donald Fagen
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