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In a desperate effort to keep NCAA talk off the show for a couple days - ALI FAROKHMANESH! There! We said it! - we present recent entry from the vaults: the Beat Doctor's Striptease Mix, originally inspired by the Tito & Tarantula song that Salma Hayek dances to in "Dusk Till Dawn"... you know... before she gets all warty and starts taking chunks of out people's necks.
But we're not tryin' to make it rain. We're trying to set the mood for you and your girl. This is the striptease mix for grown-ass folks!
We're also inspired by DJ and Brooklyn MC J-Live's new, temporarily-free mixtape, First Things First (get it here for a limited time) also take your suggestions for the best "first song," a.k.a. great songs that kick off great albums. Take a listen to the podcast, and if you have a suggestion, email the show at email@example.com!
While we're at it, let's continue rounding up song suggestions. LADIES! What's the one that really gets you, whether it's a tearjerker, a good memory or just something that gets you in the mood? Some old-school Marvin Gaye? That one P.M. Dawn song from back in like '91? Let us know for Wednesday's podcast!
THE BEAT DOCTOR'S STRIPTEASE MIX:
Cane & Able, "Girl You Move Me" >
Classics IV, "Spooky" >
Tito & Tarantula, "After Dark" >
Shuggie Otis "Aht Uh Mi Hed" >
Marvin Gaye, "After the Dance" >
Lateef, "5th Dimension" >
Henry Mancini, "Lujon" >
Astrud Gilberto, "Light My Fire" >
George Clinton & the P-Funk Allstars, "New Spaceship" >
The Meters, "Stormy"
Sister Nancy, "Bam Bam" >
Sister Nancy, "Bam Bam (Chopped & Screwed Mix)" >
Shirley Horn, "Love for Sale" >
Sarah Vaughan, "Black Coffee" >
Rolling Stones, "Ventilator Blues" >
Bob Dylan, "Can't Wait" >
Alice Russell & TM Juke, "Hurry" >
D'Angelo, "Booty" >
Quicksilver Messenger Service, "Who Do You Love, Pt. 2?"