FvF Mixtape #18

If you dropped by our booklaunch party in November, you already got the chance to check out the musical talent of our good friend and acclaimed artist Nomad who was responsible for the nice tunes that night. If you got yourself a copy of the FvF Berlin book, you know how he lives- now you can check out what he listens to.

Well known for his works that connect influences from classical painting with the ornamental style of graffiti, his second passion is music. We are happy to have him for the 18th edition of our mixtape series! And there is more to come: this is part one of the extensive mix that accompanied our launch party.

Thank you Nomad, for making us smile with this smooth selection of rare soultunes und funk gems!

Find more sounds from Nomad on his Soundcloud profile.

Tracklist:
1. The Persuasions – Man, Oh Man
2. Linda Lewis – Reach for the truth
3. Maxi Anderson – Lover to Lover
4. The Isley Brothers – Work to do
5. Chocolateclay – Free
6. Stanton Davis Group – Things cannot stop forever
7. Funk Factory – Rien ne va plus
8. Crystal Glass – Dream on
9. The Mighty Gents – The Mighty Gents
10. Cortex – La Rue
11. John Forde – stardance
12. Rick Asikpo – let’s be real
13. Kelenkye Band – jungle music
14. Emma Dorgu – Sweet love
15. Sonya Spence – Let love flow on
16. Phillip Wright – Keep her happy
17. Epicentre – Get off the phone
18. Darwin’s Theory – Keep on smiling
19. Edition Speciale – Mr. Business
20. The Wings – Lonely Heart
21. The Apostels – Music in me
22. Jimmy Cliff – Peace officer (V.I.P. Dub)

Comments

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  2. anja | 07.03.2012 — 17:14

    habt herzlichen dank, ein ganz hervorragendes, smoothes tape, das genau so sein soll!

  3. Patrick Schillgalies | 11.03.2012 — 20:46

    Ich mag es gar nicht wenn jemand seine Mixtapes online stellt und damit die Welt belästigt aber dieses ist das erste gute ;)
    * * * * * ich gebe 5 Sterne

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