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Afro Brazil & Brazilian House Music Mix & African Dance Party Playlist Summer 2014

Published on Jun 7, 2014

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Playlist Tracklisting:

Simplesmente (Tom Middleton Balearic Mix) Bebel Gilberto + Elle (Eol Ritual) DJ Gregory
My Name Is (Renato Xtrova Remix) DJ Zinhle
Elle (Criola Remix) DJ Gregory
Kingston (Beat) Manoo
Kingston Manoo
Kata (feat. Wizards & Kelmedic DJ Oats
Out (Djeff Afrozila Luanda Remix) Shana
Asikolo (Hallex M & Loic L Remix Regrooved By Timmy Regisford & Adam Rios) DJ Fudge
Wild Kingdom (Boddhi Satva’s Ancestry Mix) MKTL
What It Means (Jose Marquez Remix) George Vibe, Brujita
Morena Azee Project 
Selma Azee Project 
Dois Bois Azee Project 
Coco Azee Project 
Orisha (Franco De Mulero & The Soul Creative Ibitaly Remix) The Boss
Let’s Get High (Louie Vega Guitar Mix) Anané


On this day in music history: November 17, 1973 - “Space Race” by Billy Preston hits #1 on the Billboard R&B singles chart for 1 week, also peaking at #4 on the Hot 100 on November 24th. Written and produced by Billy Preston, it is the second and final R&B chart topper for the prolific musician from Houston, TX. Originally titled “Funky Thing In A”, the instrumental track is released from Preston’s eighth studio album “Everybody Likes Some Kind Of Music”. Preston will debut the ARP Odyssey synthesizer on the song, using it to play the signature lead keyboard line. The track also features drummer Manuel Kellough and guitarist David T. Walker (with horns arranged by Paul Riser). Issued as the follow up to his #1 pop single “Will It Go ‘Round In Circles”, it will be another smash for Preston.  ”Space Race” will find sustained popularity when Dick Clark uses it as a music bed for the mid show break on “American Bandstand”. 

(via blackrockandrollmusic)