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TOUGH TULIP AUDIO REVIVAL W/ DJ STARSKEE SUAVE TODAY AT 2 PM (PST)

listen via www.intraffikradio.com at 2 pm (PST)

Get your week started off right this Monday (re-broadcasts every Tuesday at 8pm PST) with some disco, funk, r&b, soul, and all around good times as DJ Starskee Suave takes you on a funky musical journey via the latest episode of his show the “Tough Tulip Audio Revival.”

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Here is a little info about the show and about Starskee:

“Picture a disco dance club teeming with lip-glossed, eye-shadowed, spaghetti-strapped foxes and bell-bottomed, open-collared, gold-adorned hunks.Visualize a swingin’ bachelor pad with faux fur, mood lighting, and deep, funkyrhythms. Can you get to that? That’s where Starskee’s head is when he (along with various members of the Leisure Patrol) presents the mostly analog world of the Tough Tulip Audio Revival: 1970s Funk, Soul, R’n’B, Disco…and beyond.”

About Starskee:

Starskee Suavé started in FM radio in 1989, playing all styles of music. In
1992, he joined a mobile roller disco club and subsequently launched a seventies
radio show. He has more than 18.5 years of experience spinning vinyl Funk,
Disco, Soul, and R ‘n’ B for FM radio, clubs, public events, and private
parties. He also cooks, sews, cleans, and recycles. In his spare time, he is a
legend. He is addicted to faux fur (mostly leopard).


TOUGH TULIP AUDIO REVIVAL W/ DJ STARSKEE SUAVE TODAY AT 2 PM (PST)

listen via www.intraffikradio.com at 2 pm (PST)

Get your week started off right this Monday (re-broadcasts every Tuesday at 8pm PST) with some disco, funk, r&b, soul, and all around good times as DJ Starskee Suave takes you on a funky musical journey via the latest episode of his show the “Tough Tulip Audio Revival.”

____________________________________________________________________

Here is a little info about the show and about Starskee:

“Picture a disco dance club teeming with lip-glossed, eye-shadowed, spaghetti-strapped foxes and bell-bottomed, open-collared, gold-adorned hunks.Visualize a swingin’ bachelor pad with faux fur, mood lighting, and deep, funkyrhythms. Can you get to that? That’s where Starskee’s head is when he (along with various members of the Leisure Patrol) presents the mostly analog world of the Tough Tulip Audio Revival: 1970s Funk, Soul, R’n’B, Disco…and beyond.”

About Starskee:

Starskee Suavé started in FM radio in 1989, playing all styles of music. In
1992, he joined a mobile roller disco club and subsequently launched a seventies
radio show. He has more than 18.5 years of experience spinning vinyl Funk,
Disco, Soul, and R ‘n’ B for FM radio, clubs, public events, and private
parties. He also cooks, sews, cleans, and recycles. In his spare time, he is a
legend. He is addicted to faux fur (mostly leopard).


TOUGH TULIP AUDIO REVIVAL W/ DJ STARSKEE SUAVE TODAY AT 2 PM (PST)

listen via www.intraffikradio.com at 2 pm (PST)

Get your week started off right this Monday (re-broadcasts every Tuesday at 8pm PST) with some disco, funk, r&b, soul, and all around good times as DJ Starskee Suave takes you on a funky musical journey via the latest episode of his show the “Tough Tulip Audio Revival.”

____________________________________________________________________

Here is a little info about the show and about Starskee:

“Picture a disco dance club teeming with lip-glossed, eye-shadowed, spaghetti-strapped foxes and bell-bottomed, open-collared, gold-adorned hunks.Visualize a swingin’ bachelor pad with faux fur, mood lighting, and deep, funkyrhythms. Can you get to that? That’s where Starskee’s head is when he (along with various members of the Leisure Patrol) presents the mostly analog world of the Tough Tulip Audio Revival: 1970s Funk, Soul, R’n’B, Disco…and beyond.”

About Starskee:

Starskee Suavé started in FM radio in 1989, playing all styles of music. In
1992, he joined a mobile roller disco club and subsequently launched a seventies
radio show. He has more than 18.5 years of experience spinning vinyl Funk,
Disco, Soul, and R ‘n’ B for FM radio, clubs, public events, and private
parties. He also cooks, sews, cleans, and recycles. In his spare time, he is a
legend. He is addicted to faux fur (mostly leopard).


TOUGH TULIP AUDIO REVIVAL W/ DJ STARSKEE SUAVE TODAY AT 2 PM (PST)

listen via www.intraffikradio.com at 2 pm (PST)

Get your week started off right this Monday with some disco, funk, r&b, soul, and all around good times as DJ Starskee Suave takes you on a funky musical journey via the latest episode of his show the “Tough Tulip Audio Revival.”

____________________________________________________________________

Here is a little info about the show and about Starskee:

“Picture a disco dance club teeming with lip-glossed, eye-shadowed, spaghetti-strapped foxes and bell-bottomed, open-collared, gold-adorned hunks.Visualize a swingin’ bachelor pad with faux fur, mood lighting, and deep, funkyrhythms. Can you get to that? That’s where Starskee’s head is when he (along with various members of the Leisure Patrol) presents the mostly analog world of the Tough Tulip Audio Revival: 1970s Funk, Soul, R’n’B, Disco…and beyond.”

About Starskee:

Starskee Suavé started in FM radio in 1989, playing all styles of music. In
1992, he joined a mobile roller disco club and subsequently launched a seventies
radio show. He has more than 18.5 years of experience spinning vinyl Funk,
Disco, Soul, and R ‘n’ B for FM radio, clubs, public events, and private
parties. He also cooks, sews, cleans, and recycles. In his spare time, he is a
legend. He is addicted to faux fur (mostly leopard).


TOUGH TULIP AUDIO REVIVAL W/ DJ STARSKEE SUAVE TODAY AT 10 AM

listen via www.intraffikradio.com at 10 am

Get your weekend started off right by starting your Friday morning with some disco, funk, r&b, soul, and all around good times w/ DJ Starskee Suave as we re-broadcast the second episode of his show the “Tough Tulip Audio Revival.”

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Here is a little info about the show and about Starskee:

“Picture a disco dance club teeming with lip-glossed, eye-shadowed, spaghetti-strapped foxes and bell-bottomed, open-collared, gold-adorned hunks.Visualize a swingin’ bachelor pad with faux fur, mood lighting, and deep, funkyrhythms. Can you get to that? That’s where Starskee’s head is when he (along with various members of the Leisure Patrol) presents the mostly analog world of the Tough Tulip Audio Revival: 1970s Funk, Soul, R’n’B, Disco…and beyond.”

About Starskee:

Starskee Suavé started in FM radio in 1989, playing all styles of music. In
1992, he joined a mobile roller disco club and subsequently launched a seventies
radio show. He has more than 18.5 years of experience spinning vinyl Funk,
Disco, Soul, and R ‘n’ B for FM radio, clubs, public events, and private
parties. He also cooks, sews, cleans, and recycles. In his spare time, he is a
legend. He is addicted to faux fur (mostly leopard).

Playlist:

TTAR radio static/time machine intro
“Let’s Start the Dance” — BohannonSummertime Groove (1978)
“You and I” — Rick James Reflections (1978)
“Shimmer” — SNL (1/10/76)
“Open Sesame” – Kool and the Gang — (1976)
“Wild and Loose” — The TimeWhat Time Is It? (1982)
— {background music: Ahmad Jamal — “Superstition”}
*recording of my Dad playing an interview of his Dad re: Valentine’s day c. 1951?
“I Call That True Love” — Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show Dr. Hook (1971)
“Good Love 6-9969″ –Isaac HayesBlack Moses (1971)
“What Kind of Man Are You” — Genya Ravan Genya Ravan (1972)
“Trouble” — Lindsey Buckingham (1981)
“I’m Not in Love” — 10 cc (1975)
“Lovely Day” — Bill Withers (1977)
—- {background music: “Ellie’s Love Theme” — Isaac Hayes}
“Mango Meat” — MandrillJust Outside of Town (1973)
“Trevorgus” — CymandeSecond Time Round (1973)
“Momotombo” — MaloDos (1972)
“Whatcha Say” – The MetersRejuvenation (1974)
–Curtis Mayfield radio PSA
“Stone Junkie” — Curtis MayfieldCurtis/Live! (1971)
“I Bet You” — FunkadelicFunkadelic (1970)
— {background music: “Check Out Your Mind (instrumental)” — Curtis Mayfield}
“Go Up Moses” – Roberta FlackQuiet Fire (1971)
“Chocolate City” – Mavis StaplesA Piece of the Action (1977)
“Fight the Power (part 1 and 2)” — Isley Brothers (1975)
“I’m Gonna Git You Sucka” — Gap BandSoundtrack (1988)
“Let’s Get Small” — Trouble FunkE Flat Boogie (1980)
— {background music: Stayin’ Alive (quaalude mix) — Bee Gees}
“You Got the Love” — Rufus featuring Chaka KhanRags to Rufus (1974)