Unconventional Science – Thoughtful Music Mix

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LA producer Unconventional Science is known for his funk and psychedelic fused instrumental hip hop. “Think of Pete Rock on acid or the Electric Prunes featuring Prefuse 73“. Inventive and exciting with Latin jazz, hip hop and more dropped in the mix. Here is one of his mix tapes. A fine pedigree of vintage sounds lurks within for your witness.

Gil Scott Heron – Plastic Pattern People
Mulatu Astatke and his Ethiopian Quintet – I Faram
De Felice Trio – Nightingale
Curtis Amy – Enojo
Quincy Jones – Beautiful Black Girl
Quincy Jones – Walking in Space
Chase – Close up Tight
The 5th Element – The Girls’ Song
Emerson Lake and Palmer – Knife Edge
Amed Abdul Malik – Suffering
Yusef Lateef – Jungle Fantasy
Pushkar – Full Moon (ambience)
Crusaders – Young Rabbits (drums)
Pink Floyd – Dramatic Theme from “More”
Cream – Sunshine of your Love
Charlie Byrd – Chung King
Gerald Heard – Reflections
International Lutheran Laymen’s League – The Philosopher
Sergio Mendez – Ye me le
Bwana – Chapumbambe
Kenny Smith and the Maximum Experience – Skunkie
Colluseum – Elegy
Tom Waits – Step right up
Can – Pinch
Outlaw – Unspoken dreams of Light
Paul Horn – Prologue/Inside
Jane Fonda’s workout record for pregnancy, birth, and recovery – Relaxation
Amboy Dukes – Lets go get stoned
Ebony Rhythm Band – Drugs ain’t cool
Flame and the sons of Darkness – Solid Funk
Buffalo Springfield – Pretty girl why
Highly Distinct – Impressions
Carl Bradney – Slipping into Darkness
Natural Four – Heaven right here on earth
Arthur Verocai – Na Boca do Sol
Joe Chambers – Mind Rain
Ahmad Jamal – Pastures
Charles Mingus – Scenes in the city
Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit
Jose Mangual – Summit
Norman Connors – Laughter
Steve Douglas – Time Capsule 1976 A.D – 2860 B.C
Sabacas – Inca Dream
Hugh Masakela – Mace and Grenades
Beatles – Blue Jay way Thoughtful Music Mix

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Sergio Mendes – Ye Me Le

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