dimanche 28 février 2016

FUNKY PEARLS SPECIAL COOL MILLION BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS


 FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS
SPECIAL COOL MILLION
SATURDAY MARCH 05
 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)

ON AMYS FM
http://www.amysfm.com/




Cool Million have become a solid rock in today's tumultuous barren musical desert. The sands shift very regularly. Everything is in flux. Yet Rob Hardt and Frank Ryle, who comprise Cool Million, stand unnerved and unwavering. The reason, dear reader, is very simple.

These guys KNOW about music. They are not following trends, jumping on bandwagons or even trying to create a trend. Both well known and respected in the radio and song writing fields, these gentleman are simply creating real music with real feeling and doing so with all the knowledge, love and respect for what we can affectionately call the groove! Bursting onto the scene in 2007 with “Naughty Girl” that was featured on the popular Soul Togetherness series and then followed by the essential “Going Out Tonight” album soul fans and music connoisseurs all around the world have eagerly awaited new product, and various songs remixed by the legendary Tom Moulton on have whet our appetite ever since. The new album, the aptly titled “Back For More”, is here and boy are you going to love it!

The bar has been raised, the gears shifted higher and the scene set for future greatness. These cats have laid down a series of party grooves with a seriously tasty guest list of soulful and funky vocalists to make you sit up and pay attention. Now, that's something a lot of today's R&B cannot do! The vibe is very much in an 80s setting, yet the sensibility is very much today. These boys understand the basics and know that great soul music is timeless...this is the Cool Million sound. Helping create their sound are a star-studded guest list Meli'sa Morgan has been a favourite of ours since she burst onto the scene with Alyson Williams and Erick McClinton as High Fashion. Her powerful, no-nonsense vocals grace the first lead single, “Sweet Baby”. Cool Million meet the As sassy and sexy as ever, Cool Million are a perfect match for her rip-roaring style.

The wonderfully soulful Broomfield family are very much included on the album with Al Broomfield, Eugene Wilde and sister Dee Dee all gracing the songs “Loose”, “Back For More” all of which are going to become firm favourites on the quality modern soul scene. Cool Million have this knack of taking our favourite artists, giving them the groove that suits them, and to top it all drawing out and emphasising the best facets of that artist. The results are astounding and if in any doubt check out the killer duet “Loose”. Enough said! The UK's Noel McKoy is a point in fact. His smooth approach pitted against a slamming mid 80s Jam & Lewis type groove is simply sublime. Genius abounds on this CD. Yes, the album oozes class, and no-one is better to assist on this than Peggi Blu. Known for her 1980s sets for MCA and Capitol, and later Expansion in 2002, this Lady captivates us with the stylish and classy floater “I See You”. This will be a firm favourite on the quiet storm circuit for definite. The legendary Leroy Burgess woos us with “Cool Million”, his unique style perfect for the Cool Million sound, and helping to make today's music scene ever more vibrant and meaningful. The wonderful Rena Scott is also to be found with her sensuous yet boogie flavoured “Come 2 Me”.

Newer names are also embraced and these artists fully carry the musical torch that is so important to the Cool Million ethos. The integrity of the past meets the talent of today and breeds hope for the future...and no-one can fault the brilliance of artists such as Jahah, Paul Mac Innes, Jeniqua, P.A.C.E., Laura Jackson, Yvonne Gage and Clare Evers. Combining the best vocal talents from all over the world, raising the musical bar and constantly setting the agenda and setting trends, Rob Hardt and Frank Ryle are set to dominate radio, dancefloors and CD players the world over. Years of experience, love for the music and creative skill are perfectly forged together in this CD project. We, as they, are definitely “Back For More”.




FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS
SPECIAL COOL MILLION
SATURDAY MARCH 05
 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)

ON AMYS FM
http://www.amysfm.com/


Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/fr/artist/cool-million/id265027669

vendredi 26 février 2016

FUNKY PEARLS SPECIAL EDITION

 CAROL WILLIAMS SALSOUL:

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Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-carol-williams


CAROL DOUGLAS:




Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-carol-douglas

Garfield Fleming:




DELEGATION:




Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-delegation


MAURICE WHITE (EWF):

Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-vol-692-special-maurice-white-ewf

LEW KIRTON:

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Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-lew-kirton-by-dj-tarekfp


TEDDY PENDERGRASS:





Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-teddy-p


JAMES BROWN:



Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-james-brown-act-2



THE JONES GIRLS:



Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-the-jones-girls-by-dj-tarek-from-paris

THE SOLAR SYSTEM:

Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-solar-system

S.O.S BAND:


Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-s-o-s-band


KEITH RODGERS AKA BON ROCK:


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LUTHER VANDROSS:



 Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-luther-vandross


GEORGE DUKE:



Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-george-duke


THE JACKSON'S:



Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/best-of-michael-jackson-by-dj-tarek


FAT LARRY'S BAND:


Teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fPjDqC8gmw




Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-fat-larry-s-band








GRAND MASTER FLASH:


Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-special-grandmaster-flash-sugarhill-gang


Podcast: https://djpod.com/djtarek/funky-pearls-vol-314-special-crown-heights-affair-by-dj-tarek-from-paris





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jeudi 25 février 2016

SPECIAL BILLY OCEAN Sunday march 06

FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS
SPECIAL BILLY OCEAN
FUNK SOUL DISCO & BOOGIE
EVERY FRIDAY 9 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
& SATURDAY 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
& SUNDAY 6 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
ON AMYS FM
http://www.amysfm.com

He has collected a pile of Gold and Platinum records across the world and hit the number one spot worldwide on pop charts including the USA, Australia, Germany, Holland, and the UK. Billy has achieved extraordinary success as both an artist and a songwriter

Born in Trinidad, Billy settled in London’s East End when just seven years old. The calypso crazy kid soon got turned on to soul singers like Otis Redding and Sam Cooke, as well as pop groups like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, leading him to spend much of his study time in the music room.

Billy got his first break when he signed to GTO records, for whom his second single was the Motown-ish Love Really Hurts Without You, which reached No. 2 in the UK charts and No. 12 in the US.

Two top twenty singles followed; Love on Delivery and Stop Me, then Red Light Spells Danger became a smash in both the UK and the US.

Billy changed record labels and his move to Jive Records provided instant success, with the million selling American number one single Caribbean Queen (for which Billy won a Grammy for best R&B Vocal), followed by Loverboy, and Suddenly, which became the first of Billy’s killer ballads. The Album from which these singles came from spent a year in the US Charts selling double platinum (triple in Canada). Billy also performed on the American half of Live Aid, making 1985 a truly incredible year for him.

1986 wasn’t bad either, opening with When the Going gets Tough (the tough gets going), the theme song to the Michael Douglas/Kathleen Turner/Danny Devito movie Jewel of the Nile. Billy then launched the Love Zone album, which went straight to No. 2 in the UK charts, staying in the top 40 for six months. In the US, there was a No. 1 single with There’ll be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry).

More Hits were to follow with the now classic Get Outta My Dreams; Get Into My Car, giving Billy yet another US No. 1 hit.

More hits followed as Billy also proved himself to be one of the most hardworking artists on the live stage, touring the world to ever-growing enthusiastic audiences.

After huge worldwide success and with a young family at home, Billy decided to take a break to spend some well earned time with them. In 2007, with the kids all grown up, Billy went back out to perform his hits again, this time with his daughter Cherie on backing vocals, with live dates in the UK and Europe, USA, Canada, and the Caribbean. The tour was a great success and culminated in his getting the bug once more for writing and recording. 2008 saw Billy back in the studio for the first time in 15 years, recording his brand new album ‘Because I Love You’ - which was released in 2009. 2010 saw Billy back on the road again with his band in the UK, Europe and the US and the release of ‘The Very Best of Billy Ocean’, which entered the UK album charts at number 17 and sold 72,000 copies in 4 weeks. Billy recently headed over to America where he played to fantastic crowds in Las Vegas, Detroit and Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida.

Billy has recently headed back into the studio with old collaborator Barry Eastmond to record a new album due to be released later this year and will be playing more live dates round the globe.

Special TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) Sunday march 13


FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS
SPECIAL ‪#‎TSOP‬
"THE SOUND OF PHILADELPHIA"
FUNK SOUL DISCO & BOOGIE
EVERY FRIDAY 9 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
& SATURDAY 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
& SUNDAY 6 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
ON AMYS FM
http://www.amysfm.com

"TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)" is a 1973 hit recording by MFSB (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother) featuring vocals by The Three Degrees. A classic example of the Philadelphia soul genre, it was written by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff as the theme for the American musical television program Soul Train, which specialized in African American musical performers. The single was released on the Philadelphia International label. It was the first television theme song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100,[1] and it is arguably the first disco song to reach that position.
The song is essentially an instrumental piece, featuring a lush blend of strings and horns in the Philadelphia soul style. There are only two vocal parts to the song: a passage close to the beginning during which The Three Degrees sing "People all over the world!"; and the chorus over the fadeout, "Let's get it on/It's time to get down". The words "People all over the world!" are not heard in the original version. The version heard on Soul Train also had the series title sung over the first four notes of the melody, "Soul Train, Soul Train". This particular version was released on a 1975 Three Degrees album, International.
TSOP hit number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1974 and remained there for two weeks, the first television theme song to do so in the history of that chart.[1] It also topped the American R&B chart (for one week) and adult contemporary chart (for two weeks).[2] The Three Degrees would revisit the top of the AC chart later in 1974 with their hit single, When Will I See You Again.
Don Cornelius, the creator and host of Soul Train, refused to allow any references to the name of the television series when the single was released, leading Gamble and Huff to adopt the alternate title for the release. Cornelius would later admit that not allowing the single to be named Soul Train was a major mistake on his part.[3]
Although it was rerecorded a number of times for future versions of the show, and various different themes were used during the late 1970s and early 1980s, TSOP returned in the late 1980s and remained the theme song for Soul Train through the disco, 1980s R&B, new jack swing, hip-hop, and neo soul eras of black music.
TSOP was covered by Dexys Midnight Runners and released as a B-side on the 12" version of the "Jackie Wilson Said" single, later issued on the remastered version of the album Too-Rye-Ay. The band also used it to open some of their live shows.
Another remake of the tune was made in 1978 by reggae band Inner Circle, who had a history of covering American soul songs in the laid-back reggae style of the late 1970s.
Two more covers were made in 1987 (by George Duke), and 1999 (by Sampson); both versions would be used as themes for Soul Train. The 1999 theme would be used until Soul Train 's final episode in 2006.
The song is played at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia prior to every Phillies home game. The song was also played after Vancouver Whitecaps NASL home games at Empire Stadium in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and after Vancouver 86ers CSL home games in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Pilipinas, Game KNB?, a Philippines game show hosted by actor/politician Edu Manzano, used an adaptation of TSOP (Tanya) called Papayo Yowza as its theme. The song's opening was also sampled as program identification for all Philadelphia 76ers games broadcast on WCAU-AM in the mid-to-late 1970s.
In 1998, German act BMR featuring Dutch singer Felicia Uwaje sampled the single in their song Check It Out.
A similar melody is used in the anime series Haré+Guu.

*From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

dimanche 21 février 2016

FUNKY PEARLS VOL 693 BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS

FUNKY PEARLS VOL 693 BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS


FUNK SOUL DISCO & BOOGIE
EVERY FRIDAY 9 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
& SATURDAY 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
& SUNDAY 6 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours)
ON AMYS FM
http://www.amysfm.com

Itunes 


samedi 16 janvier 2016

Funky Pearls only on AmysFM.com!!!!

#FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS 
                                                #FUNK #SOUL #DISCO & #BOOGIE 


EVERY FRIDAY 9 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
EVERY SATURDAY 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
&
SUNDAY 6 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
 ONLY ON AMYS FM
 



 


#FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS 
                                                #FUNK #SOUL #DISCO & #BOOGIE 


EVERY FRIDAY 9 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
EVERY SATURDAY 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
&
SUNDAY 6 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
 ONLY ON AMYS FM
 

dimanche 3 janvier 2016

Funky Pearls only on AmysFM.com!!!!

#FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS 
                                                #FUNK #SOUL #DISCO & #BOOGIE 


EVERY FRIDAY 9 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
EVERY SATURDAY 8 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
&
SUNDAY 6 PM CET (UTC/GMT +1 hours) 
 ONLY ON AMYS FM
 
 

FUNKY PEARLS BY DJ TAREK FROM PARIS.