Soulsavers, "Smoking & Drinking On a Tuesday Night"

The Labor Day Weekend is always welcomes warmly, but once the off day actually hits, I often find myself wondering about what exactly I should be doing. But I suppose that's aside the point ... I should just be relaxing and not really doing much of anything. Nonetheless, though, it is a surprisingly uneventful and boring holiday, if you think about it: there's nothing to do!

So here's a new mix that was passed along to me. It's by Soulsavers (MySpace), a British electronic act that combines the melodiousness of say, soul and old school rockabilly, funk, and all that good dance-y stuff with the clean and sharp aesthetics of modern hip-hop and electronic music. A very impressive style. For a sneak peak of what you'll be gettign with their forthcoming album, then, check out the mix below! It's a solid one!
Soulsavers - Smoking & Drinking On a Tuesday Night
1. Cassietta George, 'Lets Get Together'
2. Merl Saunders, 'My Problems Got Problems'
3. Rare Earth, 'Born To Wander'
4. Joe Williams, 'Get Out Of My Life Woman'
5. Erma Franklin, 'I'm Just Not Ready For Love'
6. ZZ Hill, ' I Keep On Lovin' You'
7. Woody Herman, 'Fat Mama'
8. Booker T & the M.G.'s, 'Chicken Pox '
9. Curtis Knight, 'The Devil Made Me Do It'
10. Junior Parker, 'Lover To Friend '
11. Don Preston, 'Baby It's You'
12. Jung, 'Spooky'
13. Illustration, 'Upon the Earth '
14. Mike Harper : Lay It On Me Baby
15. US 69, 'Yesterdays Folk's'
16. Kenny Rodgers & The First Edition, '(Just Dropped In) To See What
Condition My Condition Was In'
17. John Lee Hooker, 'Make it Funky'
18. Turley Richards, 'Nightmare'
19. Johnny Otis, 'Jaws'
20. Crystal Mansion, 'Somebody Oughta Turn Your Head Around '
21. Mike Mainieri, 'Minnesota Thing'
22. Jimi Hendrix, 'Ezy Ryder'
23. Aaron McNeil, 'Reap What You Sow'
24. Pracilla Rawlings, 'Obeh Woman'
25. Billy Larkin, 'Agent Double-O-Soul'
26. Wendy & Bonnie, 't's Whats Really Happening'
27. Sweetwater, 'Motherless Child'
28. Aretha Franklin, 'Are You Sure'