Soul, Soul Dance, R&B, West Coast Gems
- Professor Eddy's latest eclectic Mixshow is Professor Eddy - Smooth Sailing Soul Treasures and Rare Grooves
, an hour of superb smoothness. It's a series Eddy creates together with Martijn Soetens, the music editor for Dutch national radio (NPO Radio 2). Martijn and I are an in-demand DJ-duo known as The Smooth. Check out a great selection from the guys for your May sessions.. Recommended by Kings
was one of The Jones Girls
group with her sisters Valorie and Shirley. They started as backup singers for Lou Rawls, Teddy Pendergrass, and Aretha Franklin. They first recorded for GM Records in 1968, then recorded for Philadelphia International Records with Gamble & Huff. The girls worked with Diana Ross from 1975–78 and were the backup singers on Linda Clifford's 1978 album "If My Friends Could See Me Now". Their biggest hit was "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else". The song broke the Billboard Magazine Top 40 in America at #38 in May 1979. The song was also a Top 5 R&B hit. It became a gold record. Shirley paid tribute to her sister, saying "My sister was my life, she was probably one of the sweetest people you'd ever want to meet". DJ Neil Brown.
Soul, Soul Dance, RnB, Club Dance - Professor Eddy's
contribution for the blooming Spring time is his Mixshow Mellow Soul Moods
an hour of superb smoothness. It's a series I create together with Martijn Soetens
, who works as a music editor for Dutch national radio (NPO Radio 2). Martijn and I are dj-duo The Smooth
David Bowie - Golden Years 1975 Funky Purrfection - "Golden Years" was the first single off of "Station To Station" but sounded like it should have been included on "Young Americans" instead. The song came about when Bowie got inspired after listening to The Drifters version of "On Broadway" released in 1963. He started playing piano, riffing off the song to form the melody and he crafted a pop and R&B smash with the very groovy "Golden Years". He offered it to Elvis Presley who declined to record it. Hell, even Bing Crosby knew that David was an up and comer and embraced his talent on his Christmas TV special. Bowie kept the song for himself and included it on "Station To Station" making it the first single from the new album.
Professor Eddy - Eighties Fantasy Mixshow - ECLECTIC - FUNKY - SOULFUL - - SUPERB
- Professor Eddy from Holland has delivered a new mix for February 2017, called Professor Eddy - Eighties Fantasy Mixshow. A smooth and especially selected mix of songs from the 80's with a few rarities to keep the ears of your listeners curious. Thank you Pro Ed :-)