That Soulful Show Week 44 with Eric

A Gospel mixshow with the help of the Gospel House Music website.
1. Dana Divine – Gospel Slide (Full Mix)
2. Connell Lewis & Cornerstone – Free (Free-T Liberty Mix)
3. Connell Lewis & Cornerstone – I Believe
4. Dana Divine – Sweet To My Soul
5. Connell Lewis & Cornerstone – R U Ready
6. Dawn Tallman – If You Wanna Testify (Original)
7. Dana Divine – I Testify
8. Dawn Tallman – Goin Up (Touch Tuesday Vocal)
9. Kurt Lykes – Yes Lord – Year of ‘da’ Unit Mix (Boo Williams & Glenn Underground)
10. Dihann Moore – True To Yourself (Dihann’s Funky Soul Live)
11. Keith Edwards – Our father
12. Nikos – Angels
13. Afro Jesus – Bring on the Spirit

That Soulful Show Week 43 with Eric

This week, we’ve got some new stuff & some old school stuff :

1. EL – Walk Away (Ron Carroll BMC Vocal Mix)
2. John Legend – Save Room (Will ”Reel Soul” Mix)
3. Nina Simone-Turn Me On (Tony Humphries main mix)
4. Ruffneck feat. Yavahn – New Life (Dj Spen’s Basement Mix)
5. Brothers’ Vibe – Revisited #3 (Like It Used 2 B)
6. Carol Williams – Love Is You (Emji’s Rollerscate Re-Edit)
7. First Choice – Doctor Love (Shep Pettibone Remix)
8. Bumblebee Unlimited – Lady Bug (Disco Mix)
9. Azoto – San Salvador
10. Kongas – Anikina O

An Old School Selection by Eric (TuXxL)

1. The Strikers – Bring Out The Devil
2. Evelyn Champagne King – If you want my lovin
3. Gap Band – Early In The Morning
4. Cecil Parker – Get on up
5. Leon Bryant – Just the way you like it
6. pockets – come go with me
7. Search – Is It Love For Now
8. Odyssey – Inside Out
9. Collage – Romeo Where’s Juliet
10. Lakeside – Keep On Moving Straight Ahead
11. Stephanie Mille – You Can Run From My Love
12. Gayle Adams – You Brought It On Yourself
13. Unlimited Touch – In The Middle

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That Soulful Show Week 42 with RMS

This week, I’m receiving my friend RMS (Dj Nutella) from Paris :

Hanna Hais – Il ne parlait pas francais
Double -Desire (Francky Feliciano Remix)
Instinct ft Kenny Bobien – You Are My Friend
Yass feat. Jay – Give Me a Sign (Original Soulful Vocal mix)
Steal Vybe – Passion (Main mix)
Rawsoul Orchestra – Each and Everyday (Original Vocal Mix)
Reel People Feat. Jag – Second Guess (Grant Nelson Vocal Mix)
Ron Hall & The Muthafunkaz – The way U love me (vocal)
Yass – Irresistible (Classic Cut)
Soul Nuggets feat. Mel Candy – Nite & Day (Discorados Mix)
Could Have Been You (Lenny’s Orig) Lenny Fontana Feat Leee John
Fast Forward ft Beverly – Never Felt This Way (Soul Mix)
Justin Michael feat. Jackie Wilson – Ready For More (original mix)
Lisa Millett – Closer (PB Bonus Mix)


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Biographie : DJ TuXxL

Eric aka Dj TuXxL is living in south of France in a town called Salon de Provence. It is a nice place for living, not far away from Marseille.

He is Djaying as a hobby (since 1987) playing all kind of house sounding Soulful / Afro / Gospel…

He was also President of a french soulful house community called Univers DJ wich was trying to promote soulful house on with Djs, parties promoters, labels, records shops, hardware shops and soane… This website created in 2001 was the only french portal talking about soulful house.

Univers DJ

That Soulful Show is available on several FM, webradios and socials medias.

It is really pleasant to play and to meet all friends making this music all around the web and also in real life in clubs.

So playing into a club or for radios is always a great pleasure for TuXxL in making people discover what they are not listening usually…

That Soulful Show Week 41 with Eric

To my grandma : 19th of january 1919 – 12th of october 2006

Playlist :
1. Grampa – I Loved You
2. Ten City – My peace of heaven (East West)
3. Ibadan’s DJ Tools vol 2 Sampler feat T Kolai – 9 11
4. Franck Roger feat. Mr. V – Come Back To Me (Original Mix)
5. T Kolai – The Most High
6. Rocco – Heartbeat (Latin Floor Mix)
7. Swalo – Save Me (Original Version)
8. Colonel Abrams – Just When You Thought (Vocal Original Mix)
9. Darshay Jenkins – Tears
10. Master Kev & David “Vibes” Tobon feat. John Crockett – Twisted
11. Jovonn – Theme From Jovonn (Rave-N-Soul)
12. Franck Roger – Raise ur hands


Biography : Moncef


Biography :
Originally from Morocco, Moncef grew up in a diverse musical environment. His parents listened to Arabic Music, French Music, Classical Music, Jazz, Rock, Funk, Soul and Disco. His father, a self-taught musician who played the Piano, Guitar, Oud and Qanoun, introduced Moncef to the Piano and bought him formal classical training between the ages of 7 and 17.

In the late 80s, Moncef discovered House music via Spanish radio and started playing at various high school parties, using tape decks and CD players (no pitch control back then). While attending the University of Virginia, he bought his first pair of turntables and honed his beatmatching skills. At the time, his collection consisted mainly of commercial Dance hits. A year later, he met Hakan Agatan, who introduced him to “Soulful House” via artists such as Masters At Work, Mood II Swing, Todd Terry, Roger Sanchez, Mousse T, Grant Nelson, Tommy Musto, Jazz-N-Groove, Danny Tenaglia, Farley & Heller, David Morales, Frankie Knuckles and 95 North.

In the summer of 1997, Moncef met Doug Smith and Rich Payton (aka 95 North) at Club Red in Washington, D.C. and gave them a demo tape. They liked it and offered him a regular opening slot. This led the club to offer him a Thursday-night residency, which he held from May to December of 1998. He then moved on to a Saturday semimonthly residency at Andalu (also in D.C.) from December 1998 to April 2003. Between March and November 2002, Moncef and Kris Murphy shared a Thursday semimonthly residency at the GoodLove Bar in Baltimore, MD. Renowned DJs who have graced the decks at Andalu include Alain Ho, Anderson Soares, Antonio Ocasio, Bougie Soliterre, Deep Dish, DJ Oji, DJ Mandrill, DJ Pope, DJ Spen, Doug Smith, Jask, Jerome Sydenham, Karizma, Lars Behrenroth, Matthias “Matty” Heilbronn, Neil Aline, Nicolas Matar, Phil Asher, Sam “The Man” Burns, Teddy Douglas, Tiefschwarz and Tommy Musto.

Moncef’s DJ skills and creativity have been witnessed by many dancers in clubs in the US, France and Morocco, and via the internet on various radio shows. As a producer, Moncef has released 4 original titles under the “Nicolicious” moniker (with Nicolas Laget, aka Kolai from T.Kolai): “Goin’ On” feat. Karla Brown on 95 North Records, “Vermilion Vibe” on Vinylicious Recordings, “I Like It” on the Capitolvibes compilation, and “Such Is Life” on the “Bedroom Rockers” compilation sponsored by XLR8R Magazine and Adidas. He also remixed 95 North’s “Unbelievable,” which was featured on the “Vinylicious Epiology Vol. 1” on Vinylicious Recordings. You can listen to more of Moncef’s creations in the Discography section of his site.

Moncef currently runs an online record store – Monfresh Recastow – that has been in business since May 2003. The store specializes in Soulful Dance Music (such as House, Disco, Funk, Afro Beat, Soul, NuSoul and Jazz) and offers some of the lowest prices around.

If you are new to this sound, or if you haven’t heard Moncef play yet, check out the multitude of live and studio mixes that you can download for free on his site. For a more regular sampling of Moncef’s eclectic collection, tune in to his weekly “Monfresh Sessions” internet radio show on Saturdays from 3-5pm ET.

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”)

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Biography : Hypnotik Sound

Hypnotik Sound


In 1996 Hypnotik Sound discovered the music, thanks to groups as Daft Punk, Cassius, Air or the chemical Brothers.

In 1998, he falls accidentally on the french broadcast called Better Days with Bibi. This weekly rendez-vous allows him to enlarge his musical culture to Garage, Deep House and Old-School musics.

In 2002, always listening to Better Days, He hears Bibi to quote several times the Internet site in his broadcast.

This way, he meets members from the website with whom he made some evenings and memorable broadcasts radios. Hypnotik Sound is also an active member of this association.

On another hand, Hypnotik Sound is also interested in the others music style as reggae, rock, trip-hop, jazz which will drive him to animate several radios broadcasts in various stations of in a place of France called “La Drôme”…

More infos about Hypnotik and others mixshows are available on Univers DJ !

Reggae selection by Hypnotik Sound

Because reggae culture is hudge and because I love reggae, but I’m not a specialist, here is a selection by my friend Bruno aka Hypnotik Sound.

1. Toots and The Maytals54-46 Was My Number
2. Ken BootheCan’t See You
3. Jim Murple MemorialJungle zoo
4. Alton EllisCan I Change My Mind
5. Bob MarleyPut It On
6. Orange StreetWhat a night
7. GladiatorsLonely Heart
8. GroundationConfusing Situation
9. Toots and The MaytalsFunky Kingston
10. Max RomeoI Chase The Devil
11. Roy ShirleyJamaican Girls
12. Jim Murple MemorialMr. Big stuff
13. New York Ska Jazz EnsembleButtah
14. Very Big Jahbrass BandBooboo Ska
15. The SkatalitesWild Honey
16. Orange StreetRude Boy
17. CultureThe Eye Of The Needle
18. Toots and The MaytalsIt Was Written Down
19. Ceux Qui Marchent DeboutHandclapping Zone
20. St GermainDub Experience Ii

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