Monday, February 04, 2019

Hell's Kitchen Radio #357: Diggin' Deeper In The Soulful Well

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When I started Radio Valencia, my objective was to bring in quality talent who could produce two hours a week of stellar programming, to knock your socks off. We have been lucky to have recruited some veteran DJs, but some of our finest have been folks who haven't spent much, if any time behind the decks. On my most recent show I had the pleasure to welcome and to train a potential new voice on Radio Valencia, Dirty Harry. Harry has a sweet collection of African funk, soul, pop, disco, and rock, and he shared quite a bit during his 45 minute set during the show.

Often times I get more influenced by those sharing the studio with me, than by what I hear on the air. Tonight was no different. Harry made me dig deeper.

Take a look at the funk sets below, and click the links above to dig the groove we've got layin' down just for you.



Hell's Kitchen Radio with John Hell
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Radio Valencia in SF

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Telephone Girl: Assagai
Investigation: Carl Holmes
Cotati Funk: Qunitessence

Who's Gonna Help A Brother Get Further: Lee Dorsey
My Friend: Ricardo Marrero
***Dirty Harry's set***
Heat of the Wind: Roland Bautista
One Note Samba: Sergio Mendez

Nizaka Panga Ngozi: Ngozi Family
Yeke Yeke: Mory Kante
C'est Bon La Musique: Uta Bella

What Do You Want (The Question): Tambu
Lipstick (Shout): JM Black
Mini Pads: Jack McDuff
***Back to John Hell***
Lickin' Stick: James Brown

Maggie's Farm: Soloman Burke
Bang Bang: Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood
Emma: Hot Chocolate
Queen Bitch: Green River

Love Addict: Honey and the Bee
You Can't Love Me If You Don't Respect Me: Lyn Collins
A Quick One While He's Away: The Who
Sweat Loaf: Butthole Surfers

Ramblin (Wo)Man: Cat Power
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

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