lunchbeats

every day a delicious piece of music for your lunch break

That’s How We Ballin’ – Kayoh (K.O.)

Hmmm what a lovely, chilly, spacey, whatnot beat. My fav tune of the week by kayoh, “that’s how we ballin”.

Be good to yourself!
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thom.

DJ Nature – Let the children play

Nice one! New stuff from jazzy sports records, dj nature’s “let the children play”.\

I wish you all a pleasant weekend!
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thom.

Jorge Ben & Toquinho – Carolina Bela

(((((CAROLIIIINAAA BEEEELAAA))))). Right, soccer time is over, nevertheless it seems brazil beats are still in high demand, thanks to the awesome temperatures outside. So, because of these and tons of other reasons, today jorge ben & toquinho’s version of “carolina bela”. This one always still gives me those positive vibe shivers. Lovely!!

Be good to yourself and enjoy da sun!
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thom.

Donald Byrd – Lansana’s Priestess

From the funky “street lady” album, donald byrd’s track “lansana’s priestess”.

Have a beautiful & productive week!
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thom.

Marva Whitney – This Girl’s In Love With You

Lovely version of a hal david/burt bacharach classic, marva whitney’s rendition of “this girl’s in love with you”.

Awesome!!!
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thom.

The Overton Berry Ensemble – Superstar

Welcome to the new week with an alltime fav jazz stepper classic! Overton Berry “Superstar”!!

Enjoy the super bouncy bass :-)

I wish you all a pleasant week!
Be good to yourself!
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thom.

J-Live – A Charmed Life

Beautiful track from a bit back in the days. J-Live “a charmed life”, sweet sweet jazz all around it.

You guys have a beautiful weekend!
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thom.

Da One Away – 1969 LSD Madness

Lovely kind’a oldish breakbeat stuff da one away “1969 lsd madnes”, released in 2000 on the “family planning volume 1″ sampler. out on main squeeze records.

Enjoy your meal!
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thom.

Earth, Wind & Fire – Evil

Awesome track in a vintage movie pack!

Be good to yourself!
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thom.

B2 AD Bourke – Naked Eye

Lovely dreamy piece!

AD Bourke rejoins the Fold for a second outerstellar voyage to the inner mind, an aurally administered distillation equal parts cosmic melodia meets gritty Detroit house. With ‘Equal Turns EP’ AD’s continued sonic refinement traverses club centric rhythms and syncopated electro basslines awash with his trademark lush synthology.

Building on the hype generated by his sold out 12” label opener, AD again delivers a series of finely crafted grooves and deep atmospheres across the first three tracks of the EP. Closing out proceedings we are treated to the soulful meandering of ‘Naked Eye’, a true display of musicality that sets this producer apart from many in the electronic world.

I wish you all a pleasant weekend!
Be good to yourself!
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thom.