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Funky Mosquito Big Nu Electro Blues One (Tribute to Electro Blues One Freshly Squeezed)

Funky Mosquito on March 16, 2013 13:36

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    Funky Mosquito Nu Electro Blues One (DJ Funky Mosquito Propeller Mix 15.03.13) (52:45)

    Some of the tracks are taken from the compilation of
    ELECTRO BLUES - Vol 1. Out NOW on Freshly Squeezed:

    http://www.freshlysqueezedmusic.com/catalogue.html
    ELECTRO BLUES CD1 mini-mix by FreshlySqueezed
    http://www.kudosrecords.co.uk/release/ZESTCD046/Various_Artists_Electro_Blues.html

    A nu feeling - a nu listening pleasure - nu electro blues. (after the nu-swing now
    the nu blues...maybe the next thing will be the nu rock...)

    This mix has been made "live" at the beginning of a propeller disco-night.

    It is starting with Muddy Waters, one of the first blues man of Louisiana,
    where the blues started it's way. Big Mama Thorton as well from the
    missisippi corner / New Orleans, Lightning Hopkins and a little bit
    later Booker T reshaked, so the nu electro blues started all it's way.

    Even the Howling Wolf has been re-swinged. What i like on this mix
    is, that the tracks fitted so well each to another. Nu tracks from today,
    mixed with old originals from the early sixites. At that time they called
    this kind of music r&b (rhythm & blues).

    So today's cracks like Moby, Grant Lazlo and even today's artists that
    are even in the top ten like C2C had been influenced by the blues
    and integrated it into their tracks. C2C even with dubstep :).

    Sometimes the frontiersbetween Nu-Swing and Nu-Blues are even
    fluent so, both styles are very similiar...of course the blues is often
    more slower, around 100 beats instead of 130 for the the swing.

    So i hope you will like this nu style and i'm sure you will hear in
    future time even more of this style. There is so much "old good
    blues music around" that could be re-shaked.

    Enjoy and thanxs for your feedback, that is much appreciated.

    Further infos and more funky mixes you can find under facebook:
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Funky-Mosquito/47824910403

    The Blues/Nu-Blues Tracklist:

    01) Muddy Waters - Louisiana Blues (2:55)
    02) Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog (2:51)
    03) Huey 'Piano' Smith & The Clowns - Don't You Just Know It (2:34)
    04) Lightnin' Hopkins - Got To Move Your Baby (3:18)
    05) Big Joe Turner - Lipstick, Powder & Paint (2:31)
    06) Fluffy Hunter - Walking Blues (feat Jesse Powell Orchestra) (2:55)
    07) Son Of Dave - Devil Take My Soul (feat Martina Topley Bird) (4:16)
    08) Booker T - Green Onions (Booka-Gee & The Empties Mix) (6:03)
    09) Swing Republic - Cryin' At Daybreak (feat Howlin' Wolf) (3:47)
    10) John Mayall - The Laws Must Change (The Empire Fantastic Remix) (5:13)
    11) Skeewiff - Brutha Noah (feat The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) (3:25)
    12) Slavery Time Blues - Rufus McKenzie (miXendorp Edit) (4:41)
    13) Monetrik - Blues Soup (4:05)
    14) Julia Lee - Gotta Gimme Watcha Got (2:48)
    15) Moby - Honey (3:30)
    16) Tarheel Slim - Number 9 (2:52)
    17) Howling Wolf & K+Lab - Howlin For My Baby ( K+Lab Remix ) (4:08)
    18) Matty Blades - Going to New Orleans (3:47)
    19) John Lee Hooker - Hobo Blues (Karim Slomo Dub) (6:28)
    20) C2C - Down the Road (3:27)
    21) Amos Billburn - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer (3:14)
    22) Big Maybelle - Pretty Good Love (Mr. Large Boutros Edit) (2:35)
    23) Grant Lazlo - Cotton Fields (Summertime) (5:42)
    24) Ecklectic Mick - Boogie Children (4:54)
    25) Ann Cole - Got My Mojo Working (2:36)
    26) Karim - Roadhouse Blues (Karim NuSwing Version) (5:59)
    27) Lemon - Suzie Q (Nick Hollywood Remix) (4:31)
    28) BK Anderson - Minimum Wage (2:15)

    Thanxs to the great blues artists and all the re-shakers, remixers
    and re-editers for this nu kind of feeling (buy the originals by freshly squeezed)

    Released by: Mosquito Productions
    Release date: Mar 15, 2013

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