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This was fun! Part of the #websummit #nightsummit 2015


Recorded live in Electric on the Bank Holiday monday of the the cork jazz festival

Easy Living Dinah Washington
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life Carmen McRae
Seems I'm Never Tired Lovin' You Nina Simone
Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye Ella Fitzgerald
Save The Children Gil Scott-Heron
If This World Were Mine Marvin Gaye
Village Ghetto Land Stevie Wonder
Summertime Madness Lana Del Rey
So Far Away Carole King
Gloria Lynne - The Jazz In You
Aint Misbehavin Dinah Washington
A Long Walk Jill Scott
Moody's Mood For Love Amy Winehouse
I'd Rather Go Blind Etta James
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman Aretha Franklin
Next Lifetime Erykah Badu
Prototype Andre 3000
Why Can't We Live Together? Timmy Thomas
Hotline Bling Drake
Heaven Must Be Like This Ohio Players
There's Nothing Like This Omar
I Wish It Would Rain The Temptations
I Think It's Going To Rain Today Nina Simone
Trouble Man Marvin Gaye
At Your Best You Are Love Aaliyah
Thinkin Bout You Frank Ocean
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow Amy Winehouse
In The Rain Dramatics
Too Much Drake feat Sampha


A mix i did for the lads at Hidden Agenda during the summer!

Don't think it's been available to download till now so here goes.

One of my favourite mixes


Always great fun playing this show. It was a beautiful sunny saturday afternoon and the vibe was perfect. Musically it's a disco/house vibe, in keeping with Casa Bacardi, but i played some hip-hop and r&b too. Basically it's a mixture of new anthems with classic soulful disco stuff and some big house jams that i grew up on in Sir Henrys. The r&b set in the middle was similar to the vibe i'd play in Sir Henrys and Jam myself back in the day. For the recording I had to cut out our new single on Soul Jamz that Christiana sung live as it's not out yet but you'll here it soon! Peace

What A Fool Believes The Doobie Brothers
Got to Give It Up Marvin Gaye
Who Is He (Henrik Schwarz Edit Bill Withers
Liquid Spirit (Claptone Remix) Gregory Porter
Make It Shake It Wahoo
music's hypnotizin' Allexander purkart
Do it To The Music Raw Silk
Doin our own thang' Jungle Brothers
And You Don't Stop Kelly Price
Galaxy 2000 War
Frontin' (Disclosure Rework) Pharrell Wlliams ft. Jay Z
Color of My Skin Arnold Jarvis
It's Alright Sterling Void
Let Me See You (Clap Your Hands) Michele Chiavarini
Sunday Morning Seven Davis Jr.
5thep Todd osborn
Bother Les Sins
Bang That Disclosure
Lean On Major Lazer & DJ Snake ft. MO
Rock The Boat Aaliyah
Saturday Warren G ft. E-40, Too Short, & Nate Dogg
You Know What's Up Donell Jones Feat. Left Eye
Hey Mr. D.J. Zhané
Don't Walk Away Jade
Can't Feel My Face The Weeknd
Everybody Get Down Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez
Seventh Heaven Gwen Guthrie
If (Kaytranada Rmx) Janet Jackson
Jamie XX Loud Places (featuring Romy)
Help Me Lose My Mind Disclosure Feat .London Grammar
All Night Long Lionel Richie
Inside Out Odyssey
Inside Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez
Addicted (snippet) AboveDat Feat Christiana Underwood
Midas Touch Midnight Star
Brandy - I Wanna Be Down (LeMarquis Remix)
Rock With You (Frankie Knuckles Remix) Michael Jackson
Get Down Saturday Night Oliver Cheatham
A Roller Skating Jam Named ''Saturdays'' De La Soul
Million Dollar Bill Whitney Houston
I Wanna Be Your Lover (Dimitri From Paris Re-Edit) Prince
The Party (This Is How We Do It) Joe Stone ft. Montell Jordan
Never Leave You James Hype
Wanna Do Joe Weller ft. Emil
I Wanna Feel Secondcity
Down On My Luck Vic Mensa
Good Life Inner City
That's the Way Love Is Ten City


A throwback mix originally recorded last year to celebrate the music of the Back bar in Sir Henrys, where i played for many years

The info on part 1 is relevant on this too but just to add, there were simply too much tunes to go through again! It starts off with a few artists who proceeded to help dominate the decade after the 90s. Timbaland and Pharrell, and it continues with some mellow old skool soul before the regular hip-hop and r&b vibes that I used play in the Back Bar. There are a number of big middle of the road pop tunes too, and it's important to remember, back when it was harder to get exactly the music I wanted, and when I was trying to break this sound in Cork, the pop stuff helped make it accessible too. This is particularly true of the early 90s. Plus, most of them are great tunes. I haven't listened back and i'm sure there's a few mistakes, but i'm nostalgia'd out of it and am gonna upload it as it was made, 3 hours of music live in the mix. Enjoy!

By Your Side [Neptunes Remix] Sade
You make me wanna (Timbaland's Remix) Usher
so good (ft raekwon)davina
It Was A Good Day Ice Cube
Footstep In The Dark (Parts 1 & 2)
Your Body's Callin' R. Kelly
Body Fusion Starvue
90% Of Me Is You Gwen McCrae
No No No (You Dont Love Me) Dawn Penn Three Little Birds Bob Marley & The Wailers Ghost Town The Specials
That's The Way Of The World Earth Wind & Fire
What You Won't Do For Love Bobby Caldwell I`d Rather Be With You Bootsy Collins Computer Love Zapp & Roger
Temptations 2Pac
Hey Love Stevie Wonder
Talkin' Bout Hey Love De La Soul
I Wish Carl Thomas
Spend Time Guy
Forget I Was A G The Whitehead Bros Suspended In Time Group Home
i can love you remix Mary J Blige
Higher Level KRS-One
Piano Grand Tony D
how sweet it is Mark Rae and Mr scruff
into the 90s Photek
Melt Leftfield
Loaded Primal Scream
Close To Me [Closer Mix] The Cure
Keep On Movin Soul II Soul
noone else Total
South Bronx Boogie Down Productions
Colors Ice-T
Compton's In The House (Remix) N.W.A.
In The Air Tonight Phil Collins
No More "I Love You's" Annie Lennox
Juicy The Notorious B.I.G.
Juicy Fruit Mtume
Gotta Get You Home Tonight Eugene wllde Sexual Healing Marvin Gaye
everyday remix Angie Stone
The Sweetest Taboo Sade
My Jamaican Guy Grace Jones
Doin It LL Cool J
If I Ruled The World Nas
Tom's Diner Suzanne Vega
Georgy Porgy Eric Benet featuring Faith Evans Mary Jane Rick James
Superman Lover Johnny "Guitar" Watson Around The Way Girl LL Cool J
All Night Long The Mary Janes Girls
Risin' To The Top Keni Burke
Love no limit Mary J Blige
clap ya handz Davey dex
Shook Ones #2 Mobb Deep
shook once again stevie g blend
1nce Again A Tribe Called Quest Feat. Tammy Lucas
Love somebody else Miss Jones
Treat U Rite Angela Winbush
Thats The Way Love Goes Janet Jackson Runnin' Pharcyde
Meiso (DJ Shadow mix) Dj Krush
mass appeal Gang Starr
Try Again Aaliyah
This Is How We Do It Montell Jordan
Childrens Story Slick Rick
I Like Guy
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Kenlou B-Boy Mix) Saint Etienne
I Can't Get No Sleep (Low Down Mix) Masters At Work
Remember Me Blue Boy
Try My Love Lalomie Washburn
My Lovin' (extended mix) En Vogue
Don't Believe the Hype Public Enemy
Paid in Full (7 mins) Eric B & Rakim
you gotta be Des'ree
Set Adrift On Memory Bliss PM Dawn
True Spandau Ballet
Human Nature Michael Jackson
Right Here (Human Nature Duet) (Demolition 12 Inch Mix) SWV
Flavor Of The Month Black Sheep
Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat) Digable Planets
The Mad Racket Supa (Deep In Brooklyn Mix) 12" Kenny Dope
Walk On The Wild Side Lou Reed
I Keep Forgettin' Michael McDonald
Regulate (Jammin' Remix) Warren G
Buddy (Native Tongue Decision Version) Featuring Jungle Bros, Q-Tip. Phife, Queen Latifah & Monie Love De La Soul


Stevie G-New skool soul jams

I'm New Here [Ruckazoid Remix] Jesse Boykins III
Trust (Hell Below) Inc.
Swim Good (Remix) Frank Ocean
Blow Your Mind Dam-Funk & Steve Arrington
Hold On, We're Going Home (feat. Majid Jordan) Drake
Back For More DJ Jazzy Jeff & Ayah
Rose Quartz Toro Y Moi
Help Me Lose My Mind Disclosure Feat .London Grammar
Losing You Solange
Fool's Gold Amy Winehouse
Pretty Girl Rock Keri Hilson Feat. Kanye West
Ain't That Peculiar Oddisee/Marvin Gaye
It's Code Janelle Monáe
Hustler (SaneBeats Remix) Josef Salvat
Something Goes Right SBTRKT
Thinkin’ Bout You Frank Ocean
Crime (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Mayer Hawthorne
West Side Girl Bilal
Enchantruss THEESatisfaction
The Consequences of Jealousy featuring Meshell Ndegeocello (Georgia Anne Muldrow's Sassy Geemix) Robert Glasper Experiment
Can I Get U Hi? The Sa-Ra Creative Partners
No to Love Jessie Ware
BTSTU (Prince Klassen edit) Jai Paul
Adorn Miguel

This is a mix of mainly new and modern soul. We all love the classics but there’s nothing as exciting for a DJ as playing new music and for many years soul music was strangled by it’s rich past. When I first starting playing this music in the early and mid 90’s it was at the beginning of a new era in some ways.
Soul music was finding it hard to escape the rich legacy of the 60’s and 70’s and it had become a loss less organic in the 80’s. At the time, the better 80s stuff was unfashionable, and it wasn’t until the music started taking a street edge from hip-hop, that new soul music came back into focus and relevance. UK acts like Loose Ends, Soul 11 Soul, Young Disciples and Omar were all very big influences in the early 90s.
New Jack Swing helped pave the way, but by the time time Mary J Blige, SWV, Zhane and the likes came through with even more hip-hop swagger, it was clear things were hotting up! Soon we had D’Angelo, Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill and later Jill Scott reaching big heights, and even music critics took the music seriously again. Neo Soul was a corny term, but with big players such as Dilla, James Poyser, The Roots, Raphael Saadiq pulling the strings, the music enjoyed somewhat of a renaissance.
Over the last 15 years, as with all music, fashions and trends came and went, but there has always been good soul music bubbling too. As usual, the music industry hasn’t always been kind to the best acts, but there have been many breakthroughs too, and the influence of soul music even on the pop charts has been notable. On this mix I’ve taken a snapshot of mainly new enough or recent recordings, to highlight the increased relevance of what I loosely describe as soul music in 2013.
Lessor known talents such as Josef Salvat, who I recently only discovered playing Body and Soul at the Electric Picnic, feature alongside prolific underground stalwarts like Georgia Anne Muldrow. Big names feature too, and I’ve always been interested in how singers such Janelle Monae and Solange are forging their own paths, while guys like Miguel and Frank Ocean are simply making some of the best soul music i’ve heard since Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
UK soul is rich in diversity and talent, as seen here by SBTRKT, Disclosure, London Grammar, Jessie Ware and Jai Paul, while the amazing Amy Winehouse merits an inclusion with probably the oldest track here. The Drake track is gonna be a big hit by the time this mix surfaces, but the greats like Marvin and Aretha had many hits too, and good music is good music I guess. The Ayah and Keri Hilson are straight up poppy r&b cuts, while Inc, THEESatisfaction and Toro Y Moi and others all thread unique music paths.
Sa-Ra are one of the great left-field groups killing it over many years, while the mighty Dam-Funk managed to coax Slave legend Steve Arrington into helping him create my own personal favourite soul album of 2013. Mayer Hawthorne has just turned in his most assured full length album yet, while Bilal is another one time “next big thing” who has stubbornly foraged his own path outside of the media spotlight.
I didn’t even have time to include the ever green Charles Bradley, Lee Fields and Sharon Jones, all artists who had to bide their time before gaining the recognition they deserve. There’s also nothing from Waajeed, Tiombe Lockhart, Raphael Saadiq, Esperanza Spalding, or a whole host of other relevant artists keeping it soulful in 2013. This is but an introduction, and it will hopefully lead a couple of you to dig out some new music for the mind, body and the soul!


The same description applies as volume 1 really. There's mostly new stuff and a few older favourites by the likes of Raphael Saadiq, James Blake and Amerie. Again, it's a live mix with one take and no frills hope you like it!

Limit To Your Love James Blake
Too Much Sampha
The Vapors (feat. Vince Staples) Jhene Aiko
Looks Good With Trouble (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Solange
One In A Million Jonas
Wildfire (Remix) SBTRKT feat Drake & Little Dragon
Tunnel Vision Justin Timberlake
So Many Details (Remix ft Hodgy beats) Toro Y Moi
Second Chance Disclosure
Lockup BC Kingdom
The Place Inc.
We'll Die Thundercat
Angel (Interlude) (Ft. Stacy Barthe) John Legend
One Thing (The Stuyvesants Remix) Amerie
Strange Recreation Jesse Boykins III & MeLo-X
Sunset (feat. Yuna Zaraai) The Internet
The Only One Mayer Hawthorne
Circle Fatima
How Many Drinks? Miguel
Bad Religion Frank Ocean
Be Here Raphael Saadiq feat D'Angelo
Sade's Taboo (Sweetest Taboo Blap-Up) Tall Black Guy
The Hour Valerie June
My World Lee Fields And The Expressions
The World (Is Going Up In Flames) Charles Bradley
Flowers Dudley Perkins
Thanks Vision Toro Y Moi
Dont Stop S3
Another Dawn (featuring Irfane) Breakbot
I'm Alive India Shawn
LFT Quadron
Wheels Keep Turning (Remix) Bayonics
Fadin'/Faden Away/I Be Trippin' Dam-Funk interlude
Lose Yourself To Dance Daft Punk


Chic are coming to Cork and i've decided to mix up some of my favourite tracks from Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards and co. I kept it mainly to their classic era even though I rate plenty of the work they did afterwards too, but you can only do so much in little over an hour! This music is the soundtrack to my life and I hold all of these tunes dear, as in nearly 20 years of djing i've been spinning the hell out of them. I urge you to go and buy all of their albums, if you haven't already. in the meantime, enjoy the some of the greatest music of all time!

Saturday Norma Jean Wright
Spacer Shelia B Devotion
Everybody Dance Chic
Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah) Chic
Got To Love Somebody Sister Sledge
We Are Family Sister Sledge
I Want Your Edit Chic
Soup For One Chic
Let´s Dance David Bowie
my old piano Diana Ross
You Fooled Around Sister Sledge
My Feet Keep Dancing Chic
High Society Norma Jean
Chic Cheer Chic
Strike Up The Band Chic
Le Freak Chic
Lost In Music Sister Sledge
He's The Greatest Dancer Sister Sledge
I'm Coming Out Diana Ross
Upside Down Diana Ross
Good times Chic
My Forbidden Lover Chic
Open Up Chic
One More Time Sister Sledge
Pretty Baby Sister Sledge
Thinking Of You Sister Sledge
Reach You Peak Sister Sledge
What About Me Chic
Why edit Carly Simon
Easier To Love Sister Sledge
Will You Cry (When You Hear This Song) Chic


One of my best mixes. From 2009 i said >

“This mix is part of RedFM’s Collections series which goes out every Friday night at 11PM and finds various Cork DJ’s playing tunes from their favourite artists. It was an impossible task cutting it down but I put together a hip-hop styled mix that used elements from the jazz, reggae, soul, funk, hip-hop and rock stuff that I was mainly influenced by over the years; obviously, it’s only a snapshot as time was of the essence but it flows relatively well and should work for chilled out listening. There are a million disco, house, latin and indeed hip-hop and soul things that I could have put in but the mix is the best way I could sum up my musical taste in one sitting and I hope you enjoy it. I dedicate this selection to my first baby Lola who was born the day after it was first broadcast, she was on my mind as I put this together and I know she is gonna dig the tunes!” - Stevie G

art by Amar Stewart

Cannonball Adderly - Excursions Intro
Freddie Hubbard - Little Sunflower
Gil Scott Heron - Home Is Where The Hatred Is
James Brown - I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing (Open Up The Door, I’ll Get It Myself)
Sly And The Family Stone - Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin
Parliament - Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)
Shuggie Otis - Strawberry Letter 23
Marvin Gaye - I Wanna Be Where You Are
Bobbi Humphrey - You Make Me Feel So Good
Nina Simone - Feeling Good
Dinah Washington - I Wanna Be Around
Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves The Sunshine
The Delfonics - Ready Or Not Here I Come
The Fugees - Ready Or Not The Fugees
Baby Cham Feat. Alicia Keys - Ghetto Story Chapter 2
Barrington Levy - Here I Come
Daddy G/Ini Kimoze/Damian Marley - World of Jamrock
Madlib -The Mystery (Dilla’s Still Here)
Erykah Badu - The Healer
Quasimoto - Hydrant Game (Jaylib Remix)
Jaylib - The Red
EPMD - You’re A Customer
Steve Miller Band - Fly Like An Eagle
Biz Markie - Nobody Beats Tha Biz
Johnny King & The Fatback Band - Peace, Love Not War
Curtis Mayfield - We Got To Have Peace
Tha Liks - All Nights
Stevie Wonder - Too High
Lyn Collins - We Want To Parrty, Parrty, Parrty (Parts 1 & 2)
Aretha Franklin - Rock Steady (Danny Krivit Edit)
Showbiz & AG - Party Groove
A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation
Raphael Saadiq - Skyy can You Feel me
The Blend Crafters - Imagine
The Temptations/John Lennon - Imagine vs ball of confusion vs palestine woman (team9)
The Clash - The Guns Of Brixton
Timmy Thomas - Why Can’t We Live Together?
Shuggie Otis - Aht Uh Mi Hed
Outkast - Prototype
The Art Of Noise - Moments In Love
Lonnie Liston Smith - A Garden of Peace
The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
The Beatles - And I Love Her
The Beach Boys - God Only Knows
Michael Jackson - I Wanna Be Where You Are
Amy Winehouse - Tears Dry on Their Own
Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell - Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
The Five Stairsteps - O-O-H Child
Fela Kuti - Water No Get Enemy



Okay big celebrations taking place soon for the 25th anniversary of Sweat/Go Deep and of Greg and Shane kicking off things in Sir Henrys! This was a nightclub in Cork in the 90s that was very influential. I used play down the smaller bar in the back from 1993-2001 and used go there even before then to see Donkeyman and co. I’ve decided to a do a rare revisit to the Back bar with a monster 3 hour mix. Don’t think i’ve done a Back Bar mix since i’ve left and i’ve packed it with classics. The nature of things mean it will probably get more hits than my new soul mix from a few weeks ago but that’s nostalgia i guess. One thing that was notable though, as I dug deep in the crates, is that the influence was quite wide when these new records came out. The likes of Pharcyde, Tribe, Mary J Blige, Erykah Badu and co would have had only limited outlets for exposure and playing NEW music for 4 hours every saturday night to a few hundred people for nearly 10 years was good. There's so many that i didn't fit in that i think i'll part 2 next week if i have time!


Be Happy (Bad Boy Butter Mix) Mary J. Blige
Used to Love her Common
Lullaby The Cure
Creep TLC
Hey Young World Slick Rick
My Converstaion Slim Smith & The Uniques
Real Rock Sound Dimension
Ring The Alarm Tenor Saw
Bam Bam Sister Nancy
Fortified Live feat. Mos Def & Mr Man Reflection Eternal
Tom Drunk U-Roy & Hopeton Lewis
I'm Still In Love Marcia Aitken
Uptown Top Ranking Althea & Donna
Passin' Me By (Stevies back bar megamix) The Pharcyde
Bonita Applebum A Tribe Called Quest
Bonita Applebum (Hootie Mix) A Tribe Called Quest
Big Poppa Notorious B.I.G.
Between the Sheets The Isley Brothers
Brown Sugar (Beatminerz Remix) (feat. Kool G. Rap) D'Angelo
You Got Me The Roots and Erykah Badu
On & On Erykah Badu
It's Rainin' Game Mac Dre
Shakiyla Poor Righteous Teachers
Be Alright Zapp & Roger
Keep Ya Head Up 2Pac
O-O-H Child The Five Stairsteps
All That I Got Is You Ghostface Killah
Memory Lane (Sittin' In Da Park) NaS
Sentimental Deborah Cox
Tell Me feat. Sadat X & Lord Jamal (6 karat hip hop mix) Groove Theory
What I Am Edie Brickell
The Doo Bop Song Miles Davis
DJ Premier In Deep Concentration Gang Starr
A Girl Like You Aaliyah
Inside My Love Trina Broussard
The Look Of Love (JayDee Remix) J-88/Slum Village
Jazzy Belle Outkast
Got 'Til It's Gone Janet Jackson Feat. Q-Tip & Joni Mitchell
Up Against the Wall (Getaway Car Mix) Group Home
Throw ya hands Fat Fluids
Fu-Ge-La The Fugees
Erase The Pain Tony D feat Spikey Tee
C.R.E.A.M. Wu-Tang Clan
Nuthin But A G Thang Dr. Dre ft Snoop Dogg
The Light Common
Open Your Eyes Bobby Caldwell
Yester-Me,Yester-You,Yesterday Stevie Wonder
What's Going On Marvin Gaye
Let's Stay Together Al Green
T.R.O.Y. Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
'93 'Til Infinity Souls Of Mischief
Get Involved Raphael Saadiq and Q Tip
Hey Mr. D.J. Zhané
U Know Whats Up Donell Jones
Dance Tonight Lucy Pearl
Believe In Love (Phat Phili Mix) Teddy Pendergrass
Outstanding The Gap Band
The message Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5
Get Down uptown Crooklyn Clan
Only You (Remix) 112 ft The Notorious BIG
Everyday Everynight (Cross Bronx Expressway Mix) Yvette Michele
If I Was Your Girlfriend Prince
Come Into My Life Joyce Sims
Hey DJ World Famous Supreme Team
My Jimi weighs a remix Jungle Brothers
Head Over Heels Tears For Fears
I'm So Into You (Allstar's Drop Check Dance Mix) SWV
Don't Walk Away JADE
Dreamlover Mariah Carey
Ain't no half steppin' Big Daddy Kane
Bop Gun-Ice Cube Ice Cube
I Know You Got Soul Eric B. & Rakim
I want you back remix Jackson 5 v Eric B
Back to Life Soul II Soul
Apparently Nothin' (Soul River) Young Disciples
Fast Car Tracy Chapman
Sometimes I Rhyme Slow Nice & Smooth
Eye Know De La Soul
Never Too Much Luther Vandross
Love Like This Faith Evans
Ain't Nobody Chaka Khan
Thinking Of You Sister Sledge


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