Sep 24, 2016

A Beautiful Life: The Jody Watley Interview #2

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My love of Jody Watley goes all the way back to the first time I heard "The Second Time Around." The year was 1979 and I was a 4-year-old kid who loved to dance and sing along to this song. Even then, there was something about the vocal styling of Jody Watley that appealed to me and I became an instant admirer. As the years went by and the hits kept coming, I grew more and more fond of Jody Watley. When she released her classic, self-titled debut in 1987, it would have a permanent place in my Sony Walkman. She has always been one of my favorite entertainers and she is an icon in the truest sense of the word. On this broadcast of The Soul Brother Show, which originally aired on Friday, September 23, 2016 during the 7-10pm airing, Jody and I discuss her legacy as a trendsetter as we discuss everything from her unique sense of fashion to her recent post about Shalamar that's got everybody talking. It was an unforgettable conversation and I am truly grateful to get to have an in-depth conversation with one of my musical idols. Ladies and gentlemen, the legendary Ms. Jody Watley!


Tracklist:


Jody Watley - Saturday Night Experience


Jody Watley - Workin' On a Groove


Jody Watley - Just One More Time


Jody Watley - Some Kind of Lover


Jody Watley - L.O.V.E.R.


Jody Watley - Real Love


Shalamar - I Don't Wanna Be the Last to Know


Shalamar - Full of Fire


Shalamar - A Night to Remember


Jody Watley - I Want Your Love


Jody Watley - Most of All


Jody Watley - Bed of Roses


Jody Watley - The Dawn


Jody Watley - Photographs


Jody Watley - After Hours


Jody Watley - Clouds


Jody Watley - Tonight's the Night


Jody Watley - Whenever


Jody Watley w/George Michael - Learn to Say No


Jermaine Stewart - Jody


Jermaine Stewart - We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off


Jody Watley - Don't You Want Me


Shalamar Reloaded - Original


Jody Watley - Affection


Jody Watley - Looking For a New Love

Sep 24, 2016

A Beautiful Life: The Jody Watley Interview #1

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My love of Jody Watley goes all the way back to the first time I heard "The Second Time Around." The year was 1979 and I was a 4-year-old kid who loved to dance and sing along to this song. Even then, there was something about the vocal styling of Jody Watley that appealed to me and I became an instant admirer. As the years went by and the hits kept coming, I grew more and more fond of Jody Watley. When she released her classic, self-titled debut in 1987, it would have a permanent place in my Sony Walkman. She has always been one of my favorite entertainers and she is an icon in the truest sense of the word. On this broadcast of The Soul Brother Show, which originally aired on Friday, September 23, 2016 during the 2-5am airing, Jody and I discuss her legacy as a trendsetter as we discuss everything from her unique sense of fashion to her recent post about Shalamar that's got everybody talking. It was an unforgettable conversation and I am truly grateful to get to have an in-depth conversation with one of my musical idols. Ladies and gentlemen, the legendary Ms. Jody Watley!


Tracklist:


Jody Watley - Dance to the Music


Jody Watley - Don't You Want Me


Jody Watley - Your Love Keeps Working On Me


Jody Watley - When a Man Loves a Woman


Babyface w/LL Cool J, Howard Hewett, Jody Watley, and Jeffrey Daniel - This Is For the Lover in You


Shalamar Reloaded - Original


Jody Watley - Still a Thrill


Jody Watley - A Beautiful Life


Jody Watley - Sanctuary (Soulpersona Remix)


Jody Watley - Bed of Roses


Jody Watley - Borderline


Jody Watley - Affection


Jody Watley - Most of All


Shalamar - Make That Move


Shalamar - A Night to Remember


Shalamar - Somewhere There's a Love


Shalamar - Let's Find the Time For Love


Shalamar - The Second Time Around


Shalamar - Friends


Jody Watley w/Rakim - Friends


Jermaine Stewart - We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off


Jermaine Stewart - Jody


Jermaine Stewart - Word Is Out


Jody Watley - Off the Hook


Jody Watley - Carpenters Medley


Shalamar Reloaded - Slow Dance


Jody Watley - Real Love

Sep 12, 2016

2Pac: Rebel of the Underground

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It's hard to believe that it's been 20 years since Tupac Shskur made his transition. However, in my opinion he was one of the greatest MC's to ever grip a microphone and rock it. On this broadcast of The Soul Brother Show, we remember Pac with some of his dopest rhymes and and beats.


Tracklist:


Temptations


Toss It Up


Nothing to Lose


If My Homie Calls


The Streets R Deathrow


How Do U Want w/K-Ci and Jo Jo


Only God Can Judge Me


Rebel of the Underground


I Get Around


Same Song w/Digital Underground


I Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto


I Ain't Mad Atcha


Brenda's Got a Baby


Keep Ya Head Up


Smile w/Scarface


Life Is a Traffic Jam w/Eight Mile Road


Me Against the World


Wonder Why They Call U Bytch


Hit Em Up


Panther Power


Trapped


California Love w/Dr Dre

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