This is the latest single by producer Pitch 92 from his upcoming ”Intervals” album. ”Comin’ Home” features London MC Verbz. The album is released by High Focus Records on vinyl, cassette, CD and can of course also be purchased digitally through the High Focus website where you can pre-order your physical order.
This is the second single and video from DJ 2-Tone Jones most recent album. Earlier we posted ”The Curry Out” and now we share with you ”Bolly Joint” produced by one of our favourite producers Kev Brown. The album ”Contraband from India” features many great artists including Diamond D, Waajeed, Prince Po, John Robinson, Supastition, yU & Uptown XO, Let The Dirt Say Amen, J Scienide, Substantial, Asheru among others. Here’s a Spotify link to the album. If you’d like to cop it on vinyl we suggest you visit Get On Down.
Welcome to this special edition of the 1200MIX where we tribute Stevland Hardaway Morris (Judkins) a.k.a. Stevie Wonder. Born in May 13th 1950 Stevie Wonder was born blind. His music career begun early. Already at the age of 12 years of age he was performing on TV and had a no.1 Pop chart with Fingertips (see the performance from 1963 above). Through the years Stevie Wonder has written amazing, timeless, critical and conscious music. Stevie is responsible for many top Pop charts (POP charts! Not only R&B!) and the range of the music he is responsible for is amazing. This show features music by Stevie Wonder and music he has written for other artists. Check out this Spotify link for a list of my top 10 favourite Stevie Wonder tracks (and yes! this is the actual order!) Lots of love to Iris and Diana for their contribution and for their great taste in music.
 Syreeta – To Know You Is To Love You (Unfaded Album Mix) – [Syreeta, 1972]
– Syreeta Wright was Stevie Wonders first wife. Together they wrote and recorded Syreeta Wrights debut album ”Syreeta” released in 1972. They also collaborated on many other tracks including ”Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)” performed by Jimmy Mcgriff from the ”Soul Sugar” LP from 1970.
 Jimmy Mcgriff – Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)
 Stevie Wonder – Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)
 Stevie Wonder – Uptight (Everything’s Alright)
 Stevie Wonder – Too High
 Stevie Wonder – My Cherie Amour
 Stevie Wonder – Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday
 Stevie Wonder – I Wanna Talk To You
 Stevie Wonder – Never Dreamed You’d Leave In Summer
 Stevie Wonder – Maybe Your Baby
 Stevie Wonder – Living For The City – One of many strong socially conscious record by Stevie Wonder. Through the years, Stevie Wonder made lots of significant statements in his lyrics.
 Stevie Wonder – Golden Lady
 Stevie Wonder – Boogie On Reggae Woman
 Stevie Wonder – All Day Sucker
 Stevie Wonder – You Haven’t Done Nothin’ (feat. the Jackson 5 who got to do the ”doo-woop” on this track)
 Stevie Wonder – Skeletons
 Stevie Wonder – Higher Ground
 Stevie Wonder – Happy Birthday (This record was a movement in Stevie Wonders aim to make Martin Luther King birthday a national holiday)
 Stevie Wonder – Do I Do (Single Version)
 Stevie Wonder – Love Light In Flight
 Stevie Wonder – As
 Stevie Wonder – Pastime Paradise
 Stevie Wonder – Overjoyed
 Stevie Wonder – Ribbon in the Sky
 Syreeta – Black Maybe
 Stevie Wonder – Hey Love
 Aretha Franklin – Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)
 Tammi Terrell – All I Do Is Think About You
 The Spinners – It’s a Shame
 Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – The Tears Of A Clown
 Stevie Wonder – Superstition