This party got jump-started with "No Parking On The Dancefloor" by Midnight Star, "Meeting In The Ladies Room" by Klyymax, then, behold the magical and mystical Michael Jackson Old School Set featuring "Wanna Be Startin' Something", "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough", "PYT", "Billy Jean", and "Off The Wall". If you can't dance to this, somethin' must be broke!-Romeo Cologne
This set kicks in with "Oops Upside Your Head" by the GAP Band. Then "Dusic" by Atlanta's Brick, with Sleepy Brown's dad Jimmy Brown on flute. Next, Average White Band and "Cut The Cake", Then Chuck E. Brown and The Soul Searchers with the Go-Go classic EP "Bustin' Loose" and last, "L.O.V.E.U." by Brass Construction. Those about to Funk! We salute you!-Romeo
This final set is full of electro-funk starting with "More Bounce To The Ounce" by Roger Troutman And Zapp, "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll" by Vaughn Mason and Crew, another Zapp tune "So Ruff, So Tuff", -then three One Way jams, first "Pop It", then "Mr Groove" and proceeding to "Pull (Fancy Dancer)", and "Crackin'" by Shock"
Set three begins with Parliament and the crowd pleaser "Flashlight" extended version with Bootsy on drums! Next, there's Atlanta's Brick with "Dazz" featuring Sleepy Brown's dad Jimmy on Flute. Then "Fantastic Voyage" by Lakeside, and the last track by Ohio Players burnin' down the disco with "Fire".
I recorded these sets April 1st at The Star Bar in Atlanta. These tunes, played early in the evening always get the booty bumpin'- This is the first of four sets. First set starts with "Disco Lady" by Johnnie Taylor, Earth Wind And Fire with "Shining Star", then two Bar-Kays jams "Shake Your Rump To The Funk" (my pal Cee-Lo's favorite request) and the super-bad "Holy Ghost". Then, Con Funk Shun workin' "Ffun" and the last song is Carl Carlton with "She's a Bad Mamma Jamma".
This mix is from my Saturday night gig at the Clermont Lounge. The first set Is my Obama Theme Song "You're The Man" by Marvin Gaye. Followed by Gil Scott Heron's "The Revolution will not be Televised" . And Temptations' "Power To The People" (guess I'm in a revolutionary mood). The second set is more funky, with Brothers Johnson's "Strawberry Letter 23", and "Funking For Jamaica" by Charles Wright & the 103rd Street Band . And the third set gets the party moving with "Aquaboogie" by Parliament, Kool And The Gang with "Jungle Boogie", "Holy Ghost" by Bar-Kays (I Dig!), another Kool song, "Hollywood Swinging", then "Ffun" by Con funk shun, and then 'nother one by Bar-Kays, "Let's Have Some Fun" (If the crossover fades suck, sorry it's a mutherfunkin party, get over it! Sheesh!) -RC