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Groove Therapy - 1st April 2016

Groove Therapy - 1st April 2016

Last month marked the fourteenth year of this Groove Therapy podcast, so I thought it appropriate to change it up slightly by giving the series some new cover art. The usual collage of nine albums that used to make up each episodes cover has run its course. There are now a bunch of other non-descript podcasts who use that same motif, so I wanted to give the cover art a more striking and recognizable look, allowing me to highlight my feature pick for each episode - and for this mix that honor has to go to Missy Elliot who just released the super infectious new tune Pep Rally. Of course, nothing else has changed. The music contained within is still the usual dope mix of Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, House and everything inbetween. Finally, I want to send a big thankyou to all the Groove Therapy listeners, especially those of you who take the time to reach out to me every so often. It really makes the time and energy I spend on each episode worth while when I get feedback from you guys - So please know I definitely appreciate your emails. 

  • Lianne La Havas - What You Don't Do [Tom Misch Remix]
  • Soulbrotha feat Craig G - The Hood Ain't Changed Much
  • The Alkaholiks - Rubber Bands
  • Cut La Vis - Rinse & Repeat
  • The Meters - Hand Clapping Song [Professor Shorthair Remix]
  • Missy Elliott - Pep Rally
  • Danny Drive Thru - Dusty Corners
  • Secos E Molhados - Assim Assado
  • Copa 7 - Fofoqueira
  • MFSB - Sunnin' And Funnin'
  • Inner Life - Make It Last Forever [Dub]
  • The Jackson 5 - Keep On Dancing
  • Edwin Starr - It's Called The Rock
  • Frico - Keep On Smilin'
  • MoD & Staffan Thorsell - Magic Dust
  • Trotter - Manero [Shantisan Disco Boogie Remix]
  • Roland Clark presents Urban Soul - Life Time [Dolls Combers re-edit dub]
  • Luca Signorini - A Night In Paris [Brian Tappert Special Edit]
  • Backroom Congregation - Sunday Morning [DJ Spen main mix]
  • Minimono - Let Me Wonder
  • Alessio Caforio - The Past
  • James Ironhead - Crossing The Baha

Shan Frenzie

Shan Frenzie

Australian based deejay, radio presenter for 2SER FM, record collector, and chief rocker of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk, Disco and everything inbetween.

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