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if music could talk
 dj carlito  Contact Contributor
July 24, 2023, midnight
A wild, zany voyage through random stacks of vinyl, and lots of other cool stuff

The Electric Peanut Butter Company, “Dreams (feat. Shawn Lee & Adrian Quesada)”
from Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics, Vol.2 (feat. Shawn Lee & Adrian Quesada)
Ubiquity Records - 2013

Amboy Dukes, “Journey To The Center Of the mind”
from Big 10 Winter Gold
WCFL - 1969

The Turtles, “You Baby”
from Big 10 Winter Gold
WCFL - 1969

Mystics, “Hushabye”
from Big 10 Winter Gold
WCFL - 1969

The Montagu Three Plus One, “Bahama Mamma Medley”
from Hot 'n' Cool
Bahamian Rhythms Ltd. - 1964

Janice, “Take Me Away”
from Janice

Gloria Lynne, “The Humming Blues”
from This Little Boy of Mine
Everest Records - 1961

Paul Mauriat and His Orchestra, “Inch Allah”
from Blooming Hits
Universal Music Division Mercury Records - 1998

Sly & The Family Stone, “Everybody Is a Star”
from Greatest Hits
Epic/Legacy - 1970

Sly & The Family Stone, “You Can Make It If You Try”
from Greatest Hits
Epic/Legacy - 1970

Billy Cobham, “Crosswind”
from Crosswinds
Atlantic - 2004

MC Lyte & Positive K, “I'm Not Havin' It”
from The First Priority Music Family Basement Flavor
FPM - 1988

Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, “Cool Train”
from Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra
Lion Records - 1958

Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra, “Don't Flee The Scene Salty”
from Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra
Lion Records - 1958

The Vickeroos, “Mary Kay Enthusiasms”
from Booking, Coaching & Recruiting / Tunes For Toppers
Mary Kay Cosmetics - 1970

Nu Shooz, “I Can't Wait”
from I Can't Wait
Poolside Records - 1985

Eric B And Rakim, “Move The Crowd”
from Move The Crowd/ Paid In Full
4th & Broadway - 1987

Nas, “One Love (feat. Q-Tip)”
from Illmatic (10 Year Anniversary Platinum Edition)
Columbia - 1994

EPMD, “Strictly Snappin' Necks”
from Unfinished Business
Priority Records - 1991

The Genius, “Words From A Genus”
from Words from the Genius
Cold Chillin' - 1991

De La Soul, “Dinninit”
from Stakes Is High
AOI Records - 2023

A Tribe Called Quest, “After Hours”
from People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm (25th Anniversary Edition)
Jive/Legacy - 1990

Boogie Down Productions, “Jah Rulez”
from Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip-Hop (Expanded Edition)
Jive/Legacy - 2013

Boogie Down Productions, “Breath Control”
from Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip-Hop (Expanded Edition)
Jive/Legacy - 2013

Roy Ayers Ubiquity, “We Live in Brooklyn, Baby”
from 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Roy Ayers
Polydor - 2000

Grateful Dead, “Crazy Fingers”
from Blues for Allah - 8 Track Cartridge
Grateful Dead/Rhino - 1975

Grateful Dead, “The Music Never Stopped - 8 Track”
from Blues for Allah
Grateful Dead/Rhino - 1975

Tame Impala, “Journey to the real world”
from Barbie

Monzanto Sound, “Eja (Dave Okumu Remix)”
from Monzanto Sound - Eja (Dave Okumu Remix) - Single
None More Records - 2023

Pachyman, “Trago Coqueto”
from Switched-On
ATO Records - 2023

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