Radio Soul 1/12/15

The New Jack Kid

Opener: Janet. – Pledge/GUY – My Fantasy

Mint Condition – Here We Go Again
Mint Condition – Change Your Mind
Jodeci – Play Thang
Paula Abdul – The Way That You Love Me
LISTENER’S GROOVE: Otis And Carla – Tramp
Music Bed: Salt-N-Pepa – Tramp

Music bed: World’s Famous Surpreme Team – Hey DJ (Instrumental)
Tony Thompson – I Wanna Love Like That
NFL Playoffs Ode: Lalah Hathaway – Baby Don’t Cry
Kenny G – What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)
RADIO SOUL DETAILED FUN FACT BED: Jr Walker & The AllStars – What Does it Take To Win Your Love/Shotgun
TOP OF THE HOUR DROP BED: Jan Hammer – Miami Vice Theme

Music Bed: Janet. – Pledge/Wrecks-N-Effect – New Jack Swing

Salt N Pepa – Expression
Shana – You Can’t Get Away
RADIO SOUL GROOVE OF THE WEEK: Rene & Angela – Save Your Love (For #1)
GUY – Do Me Right
Listener’s Groove: Def Con 4 – Say U Love Me
Brian McKnight – On The Down Low


Music Bed: King Dream Chorus & Holiday Crew King Holiday (Dub Version)
La Rue – Serious (Remix)
Da Brat – Sittin’ On Top Of The World
LISTENER’S GROOVE: Immature Featuring Shyeim – Lovers Groove
New Edition – N.E. Heart Break (Remix)
Music Bed: One Way – Mr. Groove
Closing Theme: Michael Jackson – This Is It
Thanks for listening to Radio Soul on the first day of the Spring semester 2015!!! Only on WRGP FM: Miami’s REAL variety of College Radio. Always look forward to running back into time with Miami’s Hottest New Jack Radio Show. At the same time, run forward to a successful 2015! Stay motivated, as greatness will come in matter of time. Thank you goes to our special guests for tonight: DJ Illusion and the whole Forever Dream posse. Thanks to Mark Myles, who is making noise here in the magic city.

RADIO SOUL DETAILED FUN FACT (Kenny G & Jr. Walker & The All Stars): Kenny G released his take on the Jr. Walker and The All Stars classic hit “What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)” back in 1986. This is from his blockbuster LP, Duotones. The same year he ended his partnership with funk/soul master Kashif, and began a journey with Perfection Light productions, which is headed by Narada Michael Walden. While Narada supervised production, Preston Glass was the real production star on the LP. In addition to working with Preston and Narada, Kenny also worked with numerous music heavyweights in his career. The track record includes: Barry White, Jeff Lorber, Lenny Wiliams, Babyface, Johnny Gill, Robin Thicke, Earth Wind and Fire, Yolanda Adams, and of course… the legendary Whitney Houston.

Jr Walker & The All-Stars: Jr Walker and The All Stars were signed to Motown Records in 1964. While they are known for “What Does It Take…”, “Cleo’s Mood”, and more… “Shotgun” was the major hit they became known for. This classic track was used as apart of the opening titles for The Cosby Show from 1989-1991, when the Apollo theatre background was used as part of the theme. BET’s Comic View also featured the song as opening monologue for the show when Cedric the Entertainer and Miss Laura hosted the show in the mid 1990s. Overall, Jr Walker paved the way for many saxophonists. From Kenny G, to Grover Washington, Najee, Dave Koz, Candy Dulfer, Mike Phillips, and more.

“Keep striving for higher grounds, and you will certainly reach the top.” –The New Jack Kid

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