Brooklyn’s Daptone Records are celebrating 10 Years of bringing us some of the finest funk and soul records of the decade. We thought that was definitely worth celebrating too with a podcast concentrating on some of the more Funkalicious cuts on the label and we’re sure you’ll agree, they are very Funkalicious indeed.
For this podcast, we feature a couple of bad-ass remixes by Kenny Dope and DJ Spinna as well as reuniting some of the 2 part singles as a whole.
Played with grit and conviction and produced with benchmark analogue techniques, the Daptone sound is the real deal and has had a huge, undeniable influence on many of today’s artists on the scene. We wish them many happy returns and many more to come, as they continue to spearhead the revivalist modern funk and soul movement.
Download, listen and enjoy, then head on over to daptonerecords.com and help support independent music by bagging yourself some of their super soulful records, CDs or digital downloads.
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1. Now That I’m Gone (Look How You’re Crying) – Charles Bradley And The Bullets
2. Nervous Like Me – The Dap-Kings
3. My Man Is A Mean Man (DJ Spinner Remix) – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
4. Rudy’s Intervention – Sugarman 3
5. Give Me A Chance (Parts 1 & 2) – Lee Fields & The Dap-Kings
6. Unbroken, Unshaven – The Budos Band
7. Mellomatic Mood – Binky Griptite & The Mellomatics
8. Am I Asking Too Much? – Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens
9. Genuine (Parts 1 & 2) – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
10. This Love Ain’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us) – Charles Bradley And The Bullets
11. Shot Down – Lee Fields with Sugarman 3 & Co.
12. A Lover Like Me – Binky Griptite And The Sugarman 3
13. Mas O Menos – The Budos Band
14. I Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
15. Funky So-And-So – Sugarman 3 & Co.
16. Keep On Looking (Kenny Dope Remix) – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings