deep deep down inside every club dj, there's a little radio dj that wants to come out for a big hug. most of us started DJing out of a love for music -- in my case, a particularly intimate relationship with music that probably was unhealthy for most of my teenage years. DJing in clubs and getting paid money to do so is fun, sure...but there's that part of us that wants to play slow songs, jazz records, poems, weird sh*t that sometimes is difficult to program when tha task at hand is making a few hundred people dance they ass off.
so, alotta folks are doing internet radio and podcasts. i am technically ignorant and incredibly lazy however, so i decided to do weekly Fraudcasts -- fraudulent versions of a shortwave or internet radio show or podcast. I assure you they will get better and more "lifelike" (i.e. drops, interviews, talking) as I get comfortable with them; for now i kick it off mixtape style. This isn't technically a DJ mix and its absolutely not a party joint. In more ways than three, tha music reflects a mood. Deal with it =PDJ Sake One, Frisco Fraudcast #1
Marvin Gaye, "Cleo's Apartment"
Siji, "Sanctuary" (Fijisoul Mix)
Sharon Forrester, "Silly Wasn't I"
Lou Bond, "To The Establishment"
Hen Boogie feat. Kissy Asplund, "Adore"
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson, "Song for Bobby Smith"
Freda Payne, "I Get High (On Your Memory)"
Donnie Hathaway interlude
Leon Ware, "Rockin' You Eternally"
Don Blackman, "Holding You Loving You"
Roy Ayers Ubiquity, "Time & Space"
N'Dambi, "Call Me (Yamwho? Rework)"
Bilal, "You're All I Need (Like Heaven)"
Outkast, "You May Die (Intro)"
Rene & Angela, "Imgainary Playmates"
Rahsaan Patterson, "Stop Breaking My Heart"
Tiombe Lockhart, "Don't Understand"
*for maximum "enjoyment," burn Fraudcast to a cd and play in car when driving in tha rain*