This week, Sundays From Harlem tried something special for those who listen to the series consecutively via Podcast. We started this week’s show with the same song that ended last week’s show. “Enjoy it Now” from Tortured Soul is an amazing song which inspires us all to enjoy life [continue…]
This week, Sundays From Harlem started off with a brand new track by the Queen of Jazzy House music, Paris Cesvette called ‘Can We” and after a few soulful instrumental tracks, I brought in a heavy Tech-House vibe with a track by my good friend, Manipolato called ‘Never Forget.” [continue…]
Sundays From Harlem is the leader in Adult Contemporary House Music and we kicked things off this week with a smoking NuJazz/Breakbeat kinda track by Reel People called “Upside” from there we brought in some great stuff by Stephanie Cooke, Francios K, Josh Milan, Jon Cutler, and an absolutely [continue…]
Earlier this week, someone asked me what kind of House Music I play on my show. I thought about it for a second and said, “I play ‘Adult Contemporary House Music” What exactly do I consider ‘Adult Contemporary House Music?” I consider Adult Contemporary House Music to be a [continue…]
I need to take a minute to celebrate all of the people who have been interested in this show recently. I never expected the feedback to be so positive on a House Music show that isn’t playing House Music for a dance floor. However, I am seeing more and [continue…]
Sundays From Harlem is in it’s 2nd week on IbizaLiveRadio and Im so happy to see people breaking away from the crowd and supporting a show that doesn’t focus on typical repetitive House Music. Instead, we concentrate our playlists for the people who really enjoy the intricacies of [continue…]
I made a Special Announcement on this show to let everyone know that next week, our Guest Dj will be Paris Cesvette. Her Smooth Jazz styled productions have been atop every Soulful House Music chart and have gotten major support from virtually every Soulful House Dj in the world. She understands the relationship between Soulful House Music and Smooth Jazz better than any other person I know. To show how well she understands this relationship, I opened the show with her remix of the Bobby Caldwell classic, ‘Do For Love.’ I hope you can join us next Sunday evening for this very special set by one of the most talented Producers in the Soulful House Music world.
Its nice to have the final time slot on Sunday Evenings because it allows me to extend the set and give the show a more “After-Hours” feel after the scheduled 2hrs are done. This week, I extended the show to over 3hrs and went into a driving Deep/Tech House feel after 2hrs of smooth Jazzy and Soulful House.
The House Music show that’s more Cool Jazz than fist pump started things off with a jazz quartet version of the Derrick Mays classic Strings of Life. Then the show moves into some classic tracks by Masters at Work and Renegade Soundwave before coming back to a more relaxed House groove with Inside by Bas Roots. Just because the show is focused on Jazz’d up musical House Music, it doesn’t mean that we don’t appreciate some Deep House. This week we get into some bass driven Deep House by Nina Kravitz and Massimo Cassini. I dropped my edit of the Saliva Commando hit ‘Breaking these Chains’ and then it’s nothing but uplifting vocal House Music by Muzart, Erik Kupper and LoveBirds to finish the set
This set was a lot of fun to play. Lately, I’ve been finding myself playing a lot of Deep House. This week, I got away from that and returned to a more Soulful and Vocal set of music. This set has tracks from Jazzanova, Anthony Nicholson, Heather Johnson, Kyoto Jazz Massive, Sir-LSG, Jaidene Veda, Art Department and more!
Trevor Ricci's hopes are to expose some of the beautiful solos, deep rhythms and lush bass lines that real musicians have played on Soulful and Deep House tracks to people who can truly appreciate musicianship.
His Sundays from Harlem shows on IbizaLiveRadio are supported around the world.
He now enjoys success with his own productions and looks forward to continuing his journey.