That Soulful Show Week 40 with Moncef

Playlist :
St. Germain “What’s New” F Communications + Nina Simone “Feeling Good” (excerpt) Philips (from her “I Put A Spell On You” album)
Trentemoller “Physical Fraction” (Moncef’s Edit) CD-R (original mix on Audiomatique)
Franck Roger “When Animals Manifest” Real Tone Records / Earthrumental Music + Superstars Of Rock “Orange Sunshine” (A Cappella) Stress
Oneiro (aka Derrick Carter) “The Warrior” Icon (available on the “Poverty De Luxe” album)
Freedom Williams “Voice Of Freedom” (Chant Mix – Moncef’s Loop) Columbia (also available on “Voices In My Mind” on MAW)
Salt City Orchestra “Theme from Salt City Orchestra” Paper
Maydie Myles “Keep On Luvin’ (Kingsley O. Remixes)” (Moncef’s Edit) CD-R (original on K4B Records)
Harry Romero feat. Robert Owens “I Go Back” (Edited Intro of “Main Mix”) Subliminal
Classic Man (aka Wayne Gardiner) “Mellow” (Ambient Mix) Nervous + Tramaine Hawkins “Fall Down” (A Cappella)
Cunnie Williams “Spirit” (MAW Mix – Dino & Terry Edit) CD-R (original on Peppermint Jam)
E.S.P. “It’s You” (Instrumental) Underground + Jungle Brothers “I’ll House You” (Houseapella) Warlock
Rhythim Is Rhythim “It Is What It Is” (Majestic Mix – Moncef’s Edit) CD-R (original on Transmat)
Next Evidence “My Music” Basic Recordings
Raw Instinct “De La Bass” (Mousse T.’s Housemix) Soul Bread
The Deep (aka DJ Deep & Julien Jabre) “Love Your Brother” (Moncef’s Edit) CD-R (original mix available on “The Earth EP” on Basenotic)
Brandy “The Ritual” (Chateau Flight Remix) Yellow Productions
Urban Blues Project presents Mother Of Pearl feat. Pearl Mae “Your Heaven (I Can Feel It)” (A Cappella) Soulfuric
Eko “Kilimandjaro My Home” Comet Records (from the compilation entitled “Bilongo – A Third Collection of Modern Afro Rhythms”)

Podcast [audio:http://soulfulshow.universdj.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/10/moncef-that-soulful-show-week-40.mp3]

6 thoughts on “That Soulful Show Week 40 with Moncef”

  1. Thanks ever so much for playing ‘Kilimandjaro’ by Eko Roosvelt the Cameroonian great musician of the late 90s. This
    Afro funky tube remain as much as moving as more than 25 years ago. Internationally aclamed, Eko now retire in is village (Lobe-Kribi) in the southern of Cameroon wher is combining is traditional chief and University lecturer.
    He is eternal in our heart.

    Keep playing that thune.
    Best regards
    Alph Mpeke

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