LMG's Soul Eclectics returns to end the Summer

LMG’s Soul Eclectics – Summer’s End

In the face of destruction like what was witnessed in the hateful, tragic events in Charlottesville, VA, the most healing, resistant act one can engage in is creation. My #BlackBoyJoy can be found in curating another episode of LMG's Soul Eclectics, your grown folks' music choice to find new material and artists that can still feed the soul. Twenty-one episodes deep, this extended, uninterrupted three-hour music mix is meant for long summer drives and long days in the office. It’s also intended to restore a little joy during these trying times.

LMG’s Soul Eclectics – Summer’s End

In the face of destruction like what was witnessed in the hateful, tragic events in Charlottesville, VA, the most healing, resistant act one can engage in is creation. My #BlackBoyJoy can be found in curating another episode of LMG's Soul Eclectics, your grown folks' music choice to find new material and artists that can still feed the soul. Twenty-one episodes deep, this extended, uninterrupted three-hour music mix is meant for long summer drives and long days in the office. It’s also intended to restore a little joy during these trying times.

So, welcome to another long-awaited, quarterly episode of LMG’s Soul Eclectics for the last of these hazy, lazy days of summer. Here’s a bit of sunshine to accent your “Summer’s End” with a set of R&B, Soul, Jazz, Acid Jazz, hell, the kitchen sink. Enjoy some old faves mixed in with some fresh newcomers to the LMG’s Soul Eclectics show. While keeping the mood bright and swinging for most of the first two hours, I slow it down for those cooling summer evenings on the beach. As with all three-hour LMG's Soul Eclectics Mixes, I purposely mix it up with a range of distinctive voices you’ll hopefully love to avoid the cookie cutter of radio. Be sure to support those artists you like or discover here by buying or streaming their work on more official channels and checking out their shows. You can also support this show by liking us on Facebook, following on Podomatic, subscribing on iTunes, and sharing with fellow music lovers the world over. Enjoy!

By L. Michael Gipson

(To see the other Soul Eclectics mixes, click here)


LMG’s Soul Eclectics – “Summer’s End” Playlist

1) What Love Is (ft. REM & Childish Major) – India Shawn
2) When You Want To Love (ft. Will Heard) – Tom Misch
3) I’d Rather Be Lonely (ft. Laetitia Dana) – Llorca
4) Feet on the Ground – Meaghan Maples
5) Cross the Line – Stokley
6) Packing for Chicago (ft. Muhsinah – Reel People Vocal Mix) – Zo!
7) Beauty of Life (ft. Pirahnahead & Diviniti) - Carmen Rodgers
8) Summer Cool – Carolyn Malachi
9) Love Come Back ft. Rolynne Anderson – Duggy X
10) Coming Home – Gene Moore
11) I Just Don’t Know – Avery*Sunshine
12) Feeling Alive – Earl St. Clair
13) It’s Gone Be Alright – Southern Avenue
14) It Ain’t Fair – LIVE (ft. Bilal) – The Roots
15) Holy Fire – Josiah Bell
16) Don’t Give Up – Southern Avenue
17) Everything’s Gonna Be Alright (B.J. The Chicago Kid & The Hamiltones) – PJ Morton
18) You’re My Star – Tank
19) The Joneses – Brandy
20) Wanna Win – Terrell Carter
21) 4:44 – Jay-Z
22) Jump Hi (ft. Childish Gambino) – Lion Babe
23) Family Feud – Jay-Z
24) Gone, Pt. 2 – B. Slade
25) Trouble Gonna Bring Me Down (Tall Black Guy Remix) – The Milk
26) Evil Woman – Marcell & The Truth
27) Angels/Your Love (ft. BJ The Chicago Kid) – Mr. Jukes
28) Redbone – Childish Gambino  
29) All For Me – Jeff Bernat & Jamie Boy
30) No Time To Lose – Madison McFerrin
31) Too Good (ft. Issac and Joel) – The Alix Lapri
32) Impressions (ft. Xone White) – Dee Lilly
33) Casual Encounters – James Tillman
34) Jump – Avery*Sunshine
35) Summer Soft (Live) – Gene Moore
36) The Best – Latrese Bush
37) Find A Way – Darien Dean
38) Twenty Sixty-Four – Avery*Sunshine
39) Think About U – Stokley
40) Loved By You (ft. Jazmine Sullivan) – Mali Music
41) Sara Smile – Martin Luther
42) Because It’s Really Love – Maysa
43) Still – Mali Music
44) Still  – Anthony Hamilton
45) Let Me Go (LIVE) – Mykal Kilgore 

 
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