Home with House ep22 - Just a Taste

9:40 PM September 6, 2009
This month's Home with House podcast episode is another mix focusing on the funk. Episode 22 starts off with a soulful vibe, moves into some bassy funk and then finishes off with a few big funky and vocal tracks.

As usual I tried to progressively build the energy and groove with this mix and its funky theme really helps move it along at a good pace. I hope you enjoy episode 22, this one is called "Just a Taste".

"Just a Taste" tracklisting:

1. d-t3ch - Understand The Culture (HoodFellas Remix)
2. The Candy Dealers - Time (Original Mix)
3. Timmy Vegas and The Universe Band feat. Jennifer Wallace - Can't Make it Thru Another Day (Grant Nelson Remix)
4. Jay West - Power To Create (Magnus Wedberg Remix)
5. 4Tune Twins - Feel So Good (Original Mix)
6. Organized Crime - Downtown Brown (Original Mix)
7. Sonny Fodera - Blast It (Original Mix)
8. Toby Neal - Standing Tall (Original Mix)
9. Sonny Fodera - Moondance (Original Mix)
10. The Montanas - Play It (Hott 22 Remix [Seamus Haji Re-edit])
11. Random Soul - Better Place (Yogi & Huskies Synthetic Mix)
12. Seamus Haji - Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (Stonebridge Remix)

Download Episode 22:
Title: Home with House ep22 - Just a Taste
Vibe: Funky House, Groove House, Jackin House, Vocal House
Date Recorded: September 2009
Length: 62:25 min
Quality: 192 kbps - 88 Mb

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Tags: Funky House, Groove House, Jackin House, Vocal House


You're the man! This is a great mix!

Posted by:  Lisa  on September 12, 2009 12:02 PM

Love Ep 22, I listen to all the HwH releases.

Isn't there a track missing in the track list? I thought I heard a remix of "Jamaica Funk" in there around track 6.

Posted by:  JerryD  on September 18, 2009 12:45 PM

Thanks for the comments.

Jerry: Good ears, the remix you are referring to is track 6. Organized Crime - Downtown Brown (Original Mix). While they don't list the original name in the track title, it does sample Jamaica Funk (which is why I like it).

Posted by:  Graham  on September 18, 2009 1:04 PM

it seems to me that this mixset is one of my favorites now! =) great respect for the powerful jackin tracks, man!
by the way thank you a lot for increased audio quality, i re-downloaded all of them and listened every one of them again.

Posted by:  alexsupra  on September 21, 2009 3:23 PM

Wie immer eine mächtige Waffe. :-)

I need new stuff !!! ;-)

Posted by:  carlos  on October 6, 2009 8:42 AM