Personify Guest Mix for Southern Vangard Radio

DJ Jon Doe and Cappucino Meeks welcomed Little Big Thing’s own Personify on their weekly underground hip-hop podcast, Southern Vangard Radio. Personify put down an 90 minute mix chalk full of feel good jams new and old guaranteed to be pitch perfect for summer. Dig this week’s show and do yourself a favor and subscribe to the podcast for best in underground hip-hop, artist interviews and general hilarity every week! These fellas do one helluva show. Links to all outlets below…

FROM THE FOLKS AT SOUTHERN VANGARD

BANG! @southernvangard #radio Ep 077! Meeks and Doe are taking a well deserved break this week to recharge for the rest of 2016 – but that doesn’t mean the content stops! We have a very special treat this week folks – a guest mix from the one and only DJ @Personify of the Little Big Things Crew! This New-Orleans native who resides in Philly is a beast behind the wheels, no matter the genre. Fellow Little Big Things crew member Case Bloom put us on to Personify via the “Welcome To New Orleans” funk 45 mix he did for Case’s Tucker & Bloom bag company a few years back, and we’ve been hooked ever since. This mix is chock full of joints you know and maybe some you don’t – so don’t delay, press play and always remember we got that #smithsonian #grade! // #download #stream #listen // southernvangard.com // @southernvangard on #itunes #podcast #stitcherradio #soundcloud #mixcloud // #hiphop #rap#underground #DJ #mix #interview #podcasts #ATL #WORLDWIDE

Recorded late June 2016 @ The Bottom, Philadelphia, PA
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“This Year” – MHz
“Gimme That” – Ali-B & Jungle Brothers
“The Blessin” – Mood Swingaz
“Fakin’ Jax” (Original Mix) – I.N.I. feat. Pete Rock
“Negro League Baseball” – Natural Resource
“The Dig” – People Under the Stairs
“Where I’m From” – The Bul Bey feat. Davon
“Gotta Get Over (Taking the Loot)” – Gang Starr
“Rugged Ruff” – Bahamadia
“Is It Right” – Extra Prolific
“Play Dat” – Dayne Jordan & Jazzy Jeff
“Crash the Boards” – Cali Agents
“Mad Izm” (Original Buckwild Remix) – Channel Live feat. KRS-ONE
“Stress” (Large Professor Remix) – Organized Konfusion
“I Know Didn’t I” – SlimKid3 & DJ Nu-Mark feat. Darando
“Buck ‘Em Down” Remix – Black Moon
“Cut Interlude 1” – DJ Personify
“Bout It Bout It” – Johnson & Jonson
“For Old Time Sake” – Sound Providers feat. Asheru
“Eye Patch” – De La Soul
“Do Your Thing” – Ugly Duckling
“Get Wise ’91” – Mr. Lif feat. Edan
“On the Phone (Girlies)” – JW Hype
“Lose In The End” – Casual
“Cut Interlude 2” – DJ Personify
“The Visualz” – Sia & Yeshua DapoED
“One In a Million” – Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
“Elevation (Free My Mind)” – The B.U.M.S.
“EZ On the Motion” – Ghetto Concept
“Hookslide” – Asamov
“The World Is…” – Blu & Exile
“Live For 95” – Fatnice & Mushmouf

SOUNDCLOUD

Personify Guest Mix for Across the Tracks Radio

Mr. Sonny James aka DJ Statik and Fatnice welcomed Little Big Thing’s own Personify on their weekly podcast, Across the Tracks. Personify put down an hour long hip-hop and funk mix guaranteed to please. Check it out, and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes for weekly updates and tune in live every Monday at 8pm at http://www.mrsonnyjames.com/radio/

From the Across the Tracks SoundCloud…

“One of the best DJs in the country joins us for a special guest mix on Across The Tracks. DJ Personify is known for his deep crates, technical skill, and amazing thought process he puts into his mixtapes. Mr. Sonny James and Fatnice take a break and let this master take over the show for an extremely dope hour of hip-hop and funk tunes. Enjoy!”

Case Bloom Guest Mix for Across the Tracks Radio

This week Case Bloom was featured on Across the Tracks radio, brought to you every week by Mr. Sonny James aka DJ Statik and Fatnice. Check it out!

From Across the Tracks SoundCloud:

“This week, one of the head honchos from the acclaimed Tucker & Bloom bag company joins us in the mix. He’s also the brains behind the national Boom Bap party. He laced us with a proper exclusive mix of banging hip hop and soul for Episode 12.”

Dirty Burners Mix (Personify + Case Bloom) for Soundwaves Radio (90.7 KPFK Los Angeles)

Episode 318 – Roger Bong & Dirty Burners – May 23, 2015 by Soundwaves Radio on Mixcloud

This week Little Big Things own Personify & Case Bloom put together a Dirty Burners mix for Soundwaves Radio out in LA (90.7 KPFK). You can stream/download the whole show above, or download the Dirty Burners mix only at this link or from the one below. Also, below are the details for the original broadcast from the Soundwaves website, including full tracklists for all the sets and the Dirty Burners mix (which starts at 59:30 into the broadcast). Enjoy!

Download / Stream the Full Dirty Burners Mix Only HERE

“This week, we welcomed Roger Bong of Aloha Got Soul to talk about the second release from his newly founded Hawaiian re-issue label. Roger also put together a great mix of local hawaiian tracks!  @DirtyBurners, aka @Personify & Case Bloom, hooked us up with an exclusive mix of latin funk that blew us away! Definitely one of the best mixes we’ve heard this year!

@FrankForeal also opened the show with new music from DJ Day, Nicolay, Oddisee, and more.”

Tracklist:

00:00-22:00 – Frank Foreal DJ Set

Dalton – Alech
Chris Hazelton Boogaloo 7 – The Grand Ave Get Down
Oddisee – That’s Love
Gene Dudley Group – Inspector Norse
Nicolay – Brightest Star
DJ Day – Land of 1000 Chances (Lord Echo’s Disco Mix)
Mike Lundy – Rhythm Of Life

22:00 – 33:30 Roger Bong Interview

33:30 – 56:30 Roger Bong DJ Set

Tender Leaf – Coast To Coast
Mike Lundy – Round And Around (B-side to AGS-7002)
Aina – Your Light
Aura – Yesterday’s Light
Hal Bradbury – Call Me
Chucky Boy Chock and Mike Kaawa with Brown Co. – Papa’a Tita
Aiko – Fly With Me

59:30 – 1:59:03 – Dirty Burners DJ Set

Ray Barretto – Acid (Dirty Burners Edit)
Orquesta CBD – Tema De Zarro (Popcorn With a Feeling)
Orquesta Riverside – En Casa del Trompo No Bailes
Toni Tornado – Me Libertei
Hielo Ardiente – El Mensaje
Willie Colón – La Murga (Dirty Burners Edit)
Los Brasilios – Brazilian Heat
Leo Acosta – Noches de Viaje (Dirty Burners Edit)
Waltel Branco – Lady Samba
Free Sound Orchestra – The King’s Bounce
Bobby Valentin – Coco Seco
Cal Tjader – Morning
Los Dinamicos Exciters – Morning
Free Sound Orchestra – Rush
Dirty Burners – Hey! Last Minute (Brazil Edit)
The Boogaloo Combo – Hot Pants Road
União Black – A Vida
Wilson Das Neves E Conjunto – Pick Up The Pieces (Dirty Burners Edit)
Candido – Candido’s Funk
Tony Hernandez & The Latin Liners – Nothing is the Same
DJ Day – Kossa
Roberto Roena – Shades of Time (Dirty Burners Edit)
Nico Gomez – La Lupita (Dirty Burners Edit)
Dirty Burners – More Power (Demo)
Charanga 76 – No Nos Pararan
MFSB – K-Jee
Enrique Lynch y Su Orquesta – K-Jee (Dirty Burners Edit)
La Pregunta – Chameleon
The LTG Exchange – Corazon
Two Man Sound – Que Tal America (Dirty Burners Edit)
Har-You Percussion Group – Welcome To The Party
Wilson Das Neves – Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Me Goodbye
Harvey Averne – Struttin’ Slow
Mongo Sanataria – Stone Cold Picnic

Tucker & Bloom Presents: Welcome to New Orleans – Mixed by Personify (2014)

Tucker & Bloom Presents: Welcome to New Orleans mixed by Personify

Welcome to New Orleans: A tribute to New Orleans Funk and Soul is the work of New Orleans native, DJ Personify. Raised in the Crescent City, the die-hard Hip-Hop fan learned early on that many of the samples he discovered originated in New Orleans. He soon became infatuated with the Funk and Soul music recorded there and has spent the better part of the last twenty years immersed in the culture of those records. Personify’s passion for New Orleans’ music and culture extends to the present day and is manifested in this DJ mix masterpiece. Lovingly compiled, all of the artists featured on the mix are native to New Orleans with the exception of Hugo Montenegro who plays alongside Al Hirt (a New Orleans native) and The Headhunters, who are included here because of their work with Bill Summers (a life-long New Orleanian). All songs and samples used on this mix were recorded from vinyl sources. You can find a track list and record release notes below. Limited edition CDs with killer artwork and packaging designed by Case Bloom of Tucker & Bloom are also available for pre-order at personify.bandcamp.com/. The CDs are highly limited, so be sure to cop one before they are all gone!

We hope you enjoy and are inspired to go learn more about New Orleans music and culture!

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Welcome to New Orleans is the first in a new series of DJ mixes curated by Tucker & Bloom. Focused on regional music, each mix will feature a DJ and record collector who specializes in the musical history of their town. Be sure to stay follow Tucker & Bloom on Twitter @tuckerbloom for updates on other forthcoming mixes in their new city mixtape series. And of course, check out the Tucker & Bloom website for all of your personal bag and luggage needs!

1. Intro

2. Betty Harris – Break in the Road (SSS International 1969)

3. Lee Dorsey – Give it Up (Amy 1969)

4. Lagniappe Breaks, Cuts and Scrapes Interlude

       Aaron Neville – Hercules (P-Vine Records 1987 / Original Release Mercury 1975)

       The Meters – Just Kissed My Baby (Reprise 1974)

       The Meters – Look-Ka Py Py Drums (Josie Records 1969)

       The Meters – Here Comes The Meter Man Drums (Josie Records 1969)

       Lee Dorsey – Get Out of My Life Women Drums (Amy 1966)

       The Meters – Cardova (Josie Records 1969)

       Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham – Lover and a Friend Drums (Capitol Records 1968)

       The Meters – Hand Clapping Song (Josie Records 1970)

       Salt – Hung Up Drums (Unofficial Bootleg 2001 / Original Release Choctaw 1972)

       Al Hirt – Harlem Hendoo (RCA Victor 1967)

5. Salt – Hung Up (Unofficial Bootleg 2001 / Original Release Choctaw 1972)

6. Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham – Lover and a Friend (Capitol Records 1968)

7. Enticers – Thief (Coalition 1972)

8. The Meters – Thinking (Josie Records 1969)

9. Cyril Neville – Gossip (Josie Records 1969)

10. Porgy Jones – Catch Joe Potato (Great Southern 1972)

11. Headhunters – God Made Me Funky (Arista 1975)

12. Wild Magnolias – Corey Died on the Battlefield (Polydor 1974)

13. Al Hirt & Hugo Montenegro – Sentries Change (RCA Victor 1970)

14. James K-Nine – Live It Up (Federal 197?)

15. Eddie Bo – Hook and Sling Part 1 & 2 (Scram Records 1969)

16. Abraham – Hook and Boogie Part 1 & 2 (Hy Sign Records 1972)

17. Smokey Johnson & Company – The Funkie Moon (Intrepid 1969)

18. Eddie Bo – Check Your Bucket (Bo-Sound 1970)

19. Ernie K. Doe – Here Come the Girls (Janus Records 1973)

20. Mary Jane Hooper – I’ve Got Reasons (Power-Pac 1969)

21. Bonnie & Shelia – Keep Me Hanging On (King 1971)

22. Inell Young – What Do You See In Her (Soul Jazz Records 2008 Limited Edition / Original Release Libra 196?)

23. Betty Harris – Mean Man (Sansu 1968)

24. Explosions – Hip-Drop (Gold Cup 1970)

25. Explosions – Garden of Four Trees (Gold Cup 197?)

26. Marilyn Barbarin & The Soul Finders – Reborn (Unofficial Bootleg 2014 / Original Release Bo-Sound 197?)

27. Eddie Bo & The Soul Finders – We’re Doing It (Thang) Part 2 (Bo-Sound 1970)

28. The Gaturs – Cold Bear (Gatur Records 1971)

29. Johnny Moore – Haven’t I Been Good To You (Wand 1967)

30. Dr. John – Right Place Wrong Time (ATCO 1973)

31. The Meters – Simple Song (Josie Records 1969)

32. The Meters – Oh, Calcutta! (Josie Records 1969)

33. Warren Lee – Funky Belly (Wand 1968)

34. Robert Parker – Hip Huggin’ (NOLA Records 1967)

35. The Gaturs – Gator Bait (Gatur Records 1971)

36. African Music Machine – Tropical (Soul Power 1972)

37. The Wild Magnolias – Soul, Soul, Soul (Polydor 1974)

38. Inell Young – The Next Ball Game (Big 9 197?)

39. Ernie & The Top Notes Inc.- Dap Walk (Stones Throw+Now Again 2003 / Original Release Fordom 1972)

40. “Candy” Phillips – Timber Part 1 (Atlantic 1965)

41. African Music Machine – Black Water Gold (Soul Power 1972)

42. Willie Tee – Sweet Thing (Gatur Records 1970)

43. Chuck Carbo – Can I Be Your Squeeze (Canyon Records 1970)

44. African Music Machine – The Dapp (Soul Power 1973)

45. Roy Ward – Horse With A Freeze Part 1 (Seven B 196?)

46. Lee Dorsey – Four Corners Part 1 & 2 (Amy 1968)

47. Professor Longhair – Big Chief (Watch Records 1964)

48. The Gaturs – Hunk of Funk (Gatur Records 1972)

49. Lee Dorsey & Betty Harris – Lots of Lovin’ (Sansu 1967)

50. The Gaturs – Yeah You’re Right (Gatur Records 1972)

51. Willie Tee – Teasing You Again (Grapevine 2000 Records 2003 / Original Release Gatur Records 1972)

52. Betty Harris – I’m Gonna Git Ya (Sansu 1967)

53. The Wild Magnolias – Saints (Polydor 1974)

If you want to learn a little more about the history of New Orleans Funk and Soul, hit up Universal Cave and check out the Cavecast episode Personify did along side fellow Little Big Things Crew member FROZ1 where they discuss some of the history of both New Orleans and Philadelphia funk music (Cavecast 008: Funk from NOLA to Philly).

Recordbreakin Presents: Sound Traveler Series #5 feat. Personify (2014)

Sound Traveler Series #5 ft. Personify by Recordbreakin on Mixcloud

Learn more about the Sound Traveler mix series @ www.recordbreakin.com
#soundtraveler

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In the theme of sound traveling, for this installment of the Sound Traveler series I decided to pull some music I’m particularly fond of at the moment from a few different genres, including house, soul, boogie, hip-hop and jazz to name a few… Some songs are old and some are new. Some tracks are from vinyl and others are from digital sources. Some will be familiar and others may not be so familiar. Some may make you want to dance and others may make you want to chill out. For me personally, the common thread running through the songs on this mix is that they all have a lot of soul. I hope you’ll find them soulful as well, and that you’ll enjoy the mix wherever you are, doing whatever it is you’re doing. Dig the tunes and if you like what you hear, please look up the artists and support them however you can. Thanks for listening, and big thanks to Record Breakin’ Music for having me be a part of the Sound Traveler series! It’s an honor to be featured amongst so many talented folks. Peace… @Personify

Tracklist:
The Detroit Experiment – Think Twice (Personify Edit)
First Choice – Love Thang (Genius of Time Remix)
Mos Def – Ms. Fat Booty (Lewis Futon Remix)
Teedra Moses – Be Your Girl (Kaytranada Remix)
Andy Hart & Max Graef – Super Party (Edit)
Jungle Brothers – Doin’ Our Own Thing
N.Y. House’n Authority – Apt 1A (Nicholas Witness Remix)
DJ Technics – Nights Over Egypt (J Dilla Tribute) (Personify Edit)
Aly-Us – Follow Me (Matteo Rosolare’s Deep House Bootleg) (Personify Vocal Rework)
Art of Tones – Take Me Higher (Personify Edit)
Kenix vs. Axwell – Never Found No One Like You (DJ Will-Rock Edit)
Rhythm Makers – Soul On Your Side (Personify Boogie Edit)
Katzuma – All Night (7 Inch Version)
DJ Vas – You’re The One
Cabral & Jacques Renault – No Mistake (Kon’s 2079 Mix)
Vance & Suzzanne – I Can’t Get Along Without You (Monk One Dub)
Circle City Band – Magic (Personify Edit)
Logg – I Know You Will (Fingerman and FunkyJaws Edit)
Day – Kossa
Build An Ark – You’ve Got To Have Freedom (J-Rocc Remix)
Boz Scaggs – Lowdown Moods Remix (Personify Edit)
7 Days of Funk – Let It Go
Jon Kwest – Breakadawn
Luvless – Deepest Taboo
Donald Byrd – Wind Parade (DJ Steef Edit)
Blackbeard ft. Anthony Allen – Freeway
Extra Medium (ft. John Robinson & Miles Bonny)- Know Thy Self

lil’dave & Personify present Gotcha Covered (2013)

NEW DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/listen/245do0ish25ijv6/Gotcha_Covered_(lil'dave_&_Personify).mp3

Philadelphia DJs lil’dave (Illvibe Collective) and Personify (Little Big Things) have joined forces to bring you Gotcha Covered – a genre bending mega-mix of covers songs from the mid-60s to the present. With more than 35 years of DJing and music collecting between them, these fellas dug deep in their collections to pull tracks for Gotcha Covered and spent months mixing, cutting and blending together more than 90 covers spanning Funk, Soul, Jazz, Afrobeat, Latin, Bossa Nova, Boogaloo, Reggae, Steel-Drum Band, Brass Band, R&B and Hip-Hop, to name a few. From the super rare to the under-appreciated and forgotten to the more common cover versions, Gotcha Covered offers up something for the serious digger and the casual listener alike. If you love good music, stop what you’re doing, grab a copy of the mix, and prepare to be taken on a tour of some of funkiest and most soulful covers ever laid down. And sorry – no track listing…gotta do your own homework for this one!

Gotcha Covered is available for free download here (@Lildave-personify – Gotcha-covered), but if you’re the collector type or prefer physical media, you can purchase a limited edition Gotcha Covered digipak CD for $10 or sleeved CD for $6 + shipping by clicking on the “Buy Limited Edition CD” link on their SoundCloud page, or browsing to lildave-personify.bandcamp.com/. CDs ship within 10 days of ordering. And stay tuned…lil’dave and Personify will be releasing some exclusive edits of tracks used on Gotcha Covered in the coming weeks. Follow their SoundCloud page (@soundcloud.com/lildave-personify) for updates on the Gotcha Covered edits as they are released as well as info on other upcoming projects.

For solo mixes and production by lil’dave and Personify, you can also check the following links:
lil’dave SoundCloud: @soundcloud.com/lildave
Personify SoundCloud: @soundcloud.com/personify

Cavecast 008: Funk from NOLA to Philly feat. FROZ1 & Personify (2013)

STREAM / DOWNLOAD HERE: http://universalcave.com/2013/07/cavecast008/

Special Guests: FROZ1 and Personify of Little Big Things

DJs and record collectors Joshua Kwedar and James Norman tell histories of funk music in Philadelphia and New Orleans as seen through their record collections. They share some of their favorite obscure records and talk about how they fit into music history as well as their party Little Big Things, which is second Fridays at the Trestle Inn.

Joshua Kwedar runs the website septunes where he posts rare Philadelphia regional records and James Norman is a record collector, DJ, and producer from New Orleans now residing in Philadelphia.

septunes.wordpress.com/

@personify

@froz1

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