It’s no secret I love the slow jams. Here’s a collection of slow jams to keep you smiling and feellllllllling. Enjoy
Womack and Womack – Conscious of my conscience
Legit they were the coolest couple, they wrote and made so much amazing music together and made it all about their family. Eventually they moved back to Africa from America and sadly Cecil passed away. You know teardrops ….but don’t forget to look deeper into their collections.
General Lee & The space army band – We did it baby
This is has been song I’ve played on Smoke and Mirrors a lot. To me this song is perfection, i love coming back to this every few months to really appreciate it. Sweet, beautiful and raw, it captures everything a slow jam should.
Ms Sharon Ridley – Changin
Nothing gets me more than a lovely intro, especially the soulful kind. This one I try to sneak into as many DJ sets as I can because its slow jam goodness.
Richie Rome – Deep
I bought its this record a few years ago and its sadly never comes out with me djing but certainly gets a good rinse on Smoke and mirrors. Deep is my favourite cut from this record. This was Richies side project he was the man behind the Richie family but his solo stuff was far ahead of his time. I put this in mix as well a couple of years ago and its a really special song to me.
Larry Heard/ Mr Fingers – What about this love
This can bring you to tears, I swear or maybe I’m a massive sook who knows. Everything about this song is magic. I still remember the first time I heard this, it blew me away. I couldn’t get it out of my head for so long. The amazing thing is that this song just comes in and out of your life and every time it comes back, I just fall in love with it more and more. Released in 1989 its amazing raw vocals actually tell a story. The ultimate slow jam.