Dub Collision mix: One Track Mind



1-Ike & Tina – Funkier Than a Mosquita’s Tweeter 2:33
2-Finger – Téléphone 3:50
3-Graham Central Station – It’s Alright 3:48
4-Un Aio Black – Yeah Yeah Yeah 3:05
5-Fred Wesley – Out Of Sight (feat. DJizzle) 2:23
6-Roland Stone – Honky Tonk Woman 4:33
7-Fishbelly Black – Brick House 5:44
8-Groove Robbers Feat. Dj Shadow – Last Stop 2:25
9-Talking Heads – Slippery People 3:55
10-Nightmares On Wax – What I’m Feelin’ (Rae + Christian Mix) 6:21
11-Jeff Beck – Grease Monkey 3:32
12-Mr. Scruff – Nice Up the Function (feat. Roots Manuva) 3:52
13-Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings – Give It Back (live) 3:21
14-The Cinematic Orchestra – Channel 1 Suite 3:44
15-The Meters – Hang ‘Em High 3:23
16-Afros Band – Right On Right Off 2:44
17-Fila Brazillia – Speewah 3:53
18-Herbie Hancock – Nobu 7:07
19-Otis Grove – Basket Case 3:47
20-Docteur Nico & African Fiesta Sukisa – Canchita 3:55

I’ve been planning on doing a hard funk mix for sometime, and then when I get around to it instead I end up with a funk and groove and hip hop and breaks and soul melange, stretched over 40+ years, and between the first fuky world and Africa and the Caribbean. Here is Ike and Tina and Doctor Nico, as well as very fresh Otis Grove, Fishbelly Black and Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings. As the kids say, “It’s all good.”

Hat tip to Duze, who kindly turned me onto to late Nawlins local icon Roland Stone. John Sinclair–the John Sinclair–has the scoop on Mr. Stone.

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