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- 12/30/07--18:09: _Some 80's style R&a...
- 01/15/08--13:12: _R & B
- 01/27/08--18:55: _Dance A Little
- 02/10/08--16:34: _Old And Slow
- 02/24/08--16:52: _Dance Some More
- 03/09/08--14:58: _The Notorious B.I.G.
- 03/23/08--18:39: _Back In The Days Of...
- 04/21/08--19:18: _Keep It Coming Pock...
- 05/04/08--17:18: _A Tribute To Luther...
- 05/17/08--14:41: _Freestyle
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- 12/30/07--18:09: Some 80's style R&B
- 01/15/08--13:12: R & B
- 01/27/08--18:55: Dance A Little
- 02/10/08--16:34: Old And Slow
- 02/24/08--16:52: Dance Some More
- 03/09/08--14:58: The Notorious B.I.G.
- 03/23/08--18:39: Back In The Days Of Club 88
- 04/21/08--19:18: Keep It Coming Pockets!
- 05/04/08--17:18: A Tribute To Luther Vandross
- 05/17/08--14:41: Freestyle
- 11/15/09--14:24: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #1
- 12/06/09--09:20: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #2
- 12/06/09--09:30: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #3
- 01/11/10--19:36: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #4
- 01/11/10--19:48: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #5
- 03/03/10--04:52: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #6
- 03/03/10--05:15: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #7
- 04/15/10--15:09: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #8
- 05/30/10--09:49: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #9
- 05/30/10--11:13: Worldcastradio.com Broadcast #10
This is a set that I am very famous for amongst my regular clients and listeners. ENJOY!
You got me! I tried to keep it old school but you just wouldn't let it be that way. It's okay though. I really don't mind.
I figured I would pick up the pace a little so you could stop tearing the chair up and get your butt up and dance.
This podcast is for the lovers in the building. These are some of my favorite old slow jams. By the end of this episode, they'll be yours too!
Sorry, but I had to do it. I felt like dancing so you should to. Don't forget to tell your friends about DJ Pockets' Podcasts!
Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 – March 9, 1997), popularly known as Biggie Smalls (after a gangster in the 1975 film Let's Do It Again), Big Poppa, Frank White (from the film King of New York), and his primary stage name, The Notorious B.I.G., was an American rapper. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Biggie grew up during the peak years of the 1980s' crack epidemic and started dealing drugs at an early age. When Biggie debuted with the 1994 record Ready to Die, he was a central figure in the East Coast and increased New York's viability at a time when hip hop was mostly dominated by West Coast artists. The following year, Biggie led his childhood friends to chart success through his protégé group, Junior M.A.F.I.A. While recording his second album, Biggie was heavily involved in the East Coast-West Coast hip hop feud dominating the scene at the time. On March 9, 1997, he was killed by an unknown assailant in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles, California. His double-disc set Life After Death, released fifteen days later, hit #1 on the U.S. album charts and was certified Diamond in 2000. Biggie was noted for his "loose, easy flow", dark semi-autobiographical lyrics and storytelling abilities. Since his death, a further two albums have been released. MTV ranked him at #3 on their list of The Greatest MCs of All Time.
This podcast consists of some of the R & B jams that I played when I was the resident DJ at Club 88. If you were there you know what I'm talking about. FLASHBACKS! The next 59 minutes of your life belongs to me! Enjoy.
As always, I'm keeping it Old School to the highest degree!
Luther Ronzoni Vandross (April 20, 1951 – July 1, 2005) was an American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, and record producer. During his career, Vandross sold over twenty-five million albums and won eight Grammy Awards including Best Male R&B Vocal Performance four times. He won four Grammy Awards in 2004 including the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for the track "Dance With My Father", co-written with Richard Marx. Born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York City, he was born in Smith Housing Project. At age three he began playing the piano. Vandross grew up in a musical family that moved to the Bronx when he was thirteen. His sister sang with vocal group The Crests who had a number two hit in 1958 with "Sixteen Candles", though she left the group before the recording. Vandross' father died of diabetes when Vandross was eight years old. Luther Vandross was in a vocal group in high school, Shades of Jade, that once played at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. He was also a member of a theater workshop, "Listen My Brother" who released the singles, "Only Love Can Make a Better World" and "Listen My Brother", and appeared on the second and fifth episodes of Sesame Street in November 1969. Vandross attended Western Michigan University for a year before dropping out to continue pursuing a career in music. His next recording credit was on an album by Roberta Flack in 1972. He was the founder of the first ever Patti LaBelle fan club. Luther also sang on Delores Hall's Hall-Mark album from 1973. He sang with her on the song "Who's Gonna Make It Easier For Me", which he wrote. He also contributed another song, "In This Lonely Hour". Having co-written "Fascination" for David Bowie's Young Americans, he went on to tour with him as a back-up vocalist in September 1974. Vandross wrote "Everybody Rejoice" for the 1975 Broadway musical The Wiz; also appearing as a choir member in the movie. Vandross also sang backing vocals for Diana Ross, Roberta Flack, Carly Simon, Chaka Khan, Donna Summer, Bette Midler, Chic, and Barbra Streisand. Before his breakthrough, Vandross was part of a singing quintet in the late '70s, consisting former Shades of Jade members Anthony Hinton and Diane Sumler, Theresa V. Reed, and Christine Wiltshire, also called Luther, signed to Cotillion Records. Although the singles "It's Good for the Soul", "Funky Music (Is a Part of Me)", and "The Second Time Around" were relatively successful, their two albums, the self-titled Luther (1976) and This Close to You (1977), didn't sell enough to make the charts. Vandross bought back the rights to these albums after the record label dropped the group, preventing their later re-release. Vandross also wrote and sang commercials jingles during the late 1970s and early 1980s,continued his successful career as a popular session singer during the late 1970s.
Este podcast es para toda mi gente en la comunidad latina. This is for all my people in the Latin community. You didn't know I was bi-lingual. Enjoy!
This is an episode from my internet radio show aired every Friday afternoon at 3:00pm on www.worldcastradio.com You can tune in every day of the week at the same time to hear someone from The Demolition Crew DJ's. We are knocking down the competition.
This broadcast is some old school hip hop from the 80's. Holla @ ur DJ.
I'm still in the 80's. This is some of the stuff that was hot when I first started hanging out at clubs like Bond's International & Club Saturn. Holla @ ur DJ.
On this episode I'm rocking some mid-tempo 90's R&B and Hip Hop! You're gonna find yourself singing along to this one!
On this episode I was having mic issues. You can barely hear me at first but what I'm saying is not important. The mixing speaks for itself. You can holla @ me and The Demolition Crew DJ's on our toll free hotline. 1.877.91.CRUSH Here is where you can make requests, give a shout out or just holla @ your favorite Demolition Crew DJ!
Here is a hot joint from '08. This is one of my favorites. You'll like it too. Tell all your friends about DJ Pockets' Podcasts!
Here's some hot *ass 90's R&B. I was about to say this is one of my favorites but ALL OF THEM ARE MY FAVORITES!
On this joint I start out with a little R. Kelly then keep it blazing with more R&B.
You asked for some Old School Dancehall and you got it!
MAN! You're gonna love the 80 R&B on this way. I threw down!!!