A Morpheus Soul Pod-Cast & Track-Listing {Rare Grooves Volume VII with Special Guest Host DJ EZ D*ck}

itunes picYou’re about to go down-town bitch. Right here on the pod-cast that plays only platinum shit. Taa Dow!!!

Ahoy! We’re back on the good foot, and the good ship as we take a relaxing virtual cruise all the way back to Long Beach, California, home of Nicolas Cage, Uncle Snoop Dogg, Bo Derek, Warren G, the Museum of Latin American Art and not forgetting the extremely talented actor / comedian,
Mr. Ricky Harris aka
DJ EZ D*ck who will be on board joining me once again as a special guest host. Ricky is a Def Jam Comedy Legend, who has appeared as his alter ego “DJ EZ D*ck” on classic hip-hop albums such as Snoop’s ‘Doggystyle’ &
Ice Cube’s ‘AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted’ as well as a long ass list of acting roles including Everybody Hates Chris as Malvo, Poetic Justice, Hard Rain and “Heat” alongside Al Pacino & Robert DeNiro, just to name a few.

This is your favourite artists, favourite pod-cast and TAADOW!!
It’s “Volume SEVEN” of the head bopping, toe tapping, booty shaking “Morpheus Soul Rare Grooves” series and it’s back by popular demand. The menu for today is Jazz, Soul, Funk, Jazz-Funk, Rare Grooves and a galley full of classics. This time around we have beautiful music featuring Samuel Jonathan Johnson, The New Birth, Cymande, Johnny Bristol, Conrad Benjamin, The Whatnauts, Herbie Hancock, Crackin’, Velvet Hammer, Gwen McCrae, Webster Lewis, GQ, Rufus & Chaka Khan, James Brown, Maxayn, The Blackbyrds, Natalie Cole, Charles Wright And The Watts 103rd Street Band, and Grover Washington Jr. We go BackIIBack with musical maestro Roy Ayers and top it off with some
Gil Scott-Heron, Curtis Mayfield, Ronn Matlock, Zulema, Queen, Ohio Players, L.V. Johnson, Isaac Hayes, Luther Ingram & Parliament.
I am the Admiral DJ Johnny Rebel alongside Captain EZ D*ck inviting one and all to raise the anchor and wave goodbye to reality for a couple of hours, relax and vibe out to some grown folk business. If you’re lickin that’s Morpheus Soul…

Please Feel Free to Share & Spread The Love.
Peace & Blessings. DJ Johnny Rebel.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content.


DJ EZ D*ck intro

Samuel Jonathan Johnson – My Music (My Music) 1978 Columbia
The New Birth – You Are What I’m All About (Birth Day) 1972 RCA Victor
(Arrival) 1981 Paul Winley Records

Johnny Bristol – Do It To My Mind (Bristol’s Creme) 1976 Atlantic
Conrad Benjamin – Why Should I Think The Way I Do
(Saturn) 1982 Nebula Records
The Whatnauts – Help Is On The Way
[Harlem International Records Inc.] 1981 12″ Single

Herbie Hancock – I Thought It Was You (Sunlight) 1978 Columbia
Crackin’ – You’re Winning (Makings Of A Dream) 1977 Warner Bros. Records
[Richard Pryor Skit]
Velvet Hammer – Happy (Call Me!) 1977 Soozi Records

Gwen McCrae – Keep The Fire Burning
[Prod By. Webster Lewis](On My Way) 1982 Atlantic
[Dave Chappelle Skit]
GQ – Disco Nights [Rock Freak] (Disco Nights) 1979 Arista

Rufus & Chaka Khan – Do You Love What You Feel
(Masterjam) 1979 MCA Records

Natalie Cole – Annie Mae (Thankful) 1977 Capitol Records

Charles Wright And The Watts 103rd Street Band – What Can You Bring Me (You’re So Beautiful) 1971 Warner Bros. Records
Maxayn – Check Out Your Mind (Mindful) 1973 Capricorn Records
[Eddie Murphy Skit]
James Brown – Your Love
(Everybody’s Doin’ The Hustle & Dead On The Double Bump) 1975 Polydor

The Blackbyrds – Reggins (The Blackbyrds) 1974 Fantasy
[Ricky Harris Got Jokes]
Grover Washington Jr. – Mister Magic (Mister Magic) 1975 Kudu

BackIIBack with Roy Ayers

Roy Ayers – Love Will Bring Us Back Together (Fever) 1979 Polydor
Roy Ayers – Poo Poo La La (In The Dark) 1984 Columbia

Parliament – Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication
(Mothership Connection) 1975 Casablanca Records
Gil Scott-Heron – Inner City Blues (Reflections) 1981 Arista
Curtis Mayfield – You’re So Good To Me (Heartbeat) 1979 RSO, Curtom

Ronn Matlock – I Can’t Forget About You (Love City) 1979 Cotillion
Zulema – If This World Were Mine (Zulema) 1972 Sussex

Ohio Players – Pride And Vanity (Pleasure) 1972 Westbound Records
Isaac Hayes – A Few More Kisses To Go (Don’t Let Go) 1979 Polydor
L.V. Johnson – I Don’t Really Care (We Belong Together) 1981 Phono Records

Bonus Tracks:

Luther Ingram – To The Other Man (I’ve Been Here All The Time) 1972 KoKo
Queen – Cool Cat (Hot Space) 1982 EMI




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