Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Back in the day, most urban radio stations had a time of night where they would play nothing but slow jams, and it was called the "Quiet Storm" in Detroit. It was cool because they would play thunderstorm sound effects to set the mood. That's back when the radio took pride in being cool. Another popular feature from the days of old for the fellas was the infamous "slow jam" cassette tape. Men that had any type of game with the ladies kept a slow jam tape on hand at all times for whenever a young lady came by for some quality time. Just dim the lights and turn on a slow jam tape, and the mood was set! It was a form of musical fourplay thinking back on it. I don't know many women that don't like a good slow jam.

Even though cassette tapes are no more, I'm bringing back some of that good old slow jam music in 2012. I plan on making several volumes of Quietstorm slow jams, and this is the volume one. Put ears on it and tell a friend or foe about it...

Slow Jam Tracks:

Boyz II Men - Uhh Ahh
Al B. Sure - Oooh This Love Is...
Keith Sweat - Right and a Wrong Way
Troop - All I Do Is Think of You
Donnell Jones - No Interruptions
Jodeci - What About Us
Bel Biv Devoe - I Do Need You
DeBarge - Time Will Reveal
O'Bryan - You and I
After 7 - Ready or Not
R. Kelly and The Public Announcement - Honey Love
New Edition - Can You Stand the Rain
Bobby Brown - Roni
LeVert - Pop, Pop, Pop Goes My Mind
Ready For The World - Tonight
Guy - Goodbye Love


Let the babymaking begin...

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