14
Feb
08

For The Lovers

L-O-V-E

 

Part of me is scared to post this. The only time you can talk about love in Hip Hop is when you’re talking about love making(and you damn sure don’t call it that). I’m probably gonna get made fun of for this one, and hopefully I won’t lose too many readers…but hell, today’s a special (albeit a “hallmark-created”) day. Plus next week I got some good Hip Hop in store for ya’ll. Say what you want about Valentine’s Day, but it is the day in which people show the most love. It may be more tailored towards couples, but anyone can get into it and express their feelings for those they care about, if not just sit back and reflect on the love in their lives.

I see love as coming in four categories. There’s the type of love you throw around all the time. People say they love restaurants, movies, and a bunch of other shit that they enjoy, but don’t really care all that much about. They could go on without this type of love. Then there’s the type of love you feel for people you know well and your distant family members. You care about them, you want them to be happy, you’d miss them if they were gone, but you probably wouldn’t sacrifice too much for these people. The third type of love is the kind you feel about your closest friends and immediate family (well…some) members. You know you’ll always be there for them and they can come to you for anything. The macho way I determine this kind of love is asking myself, “Would I take a bullet for them?” There are only a handful of people on this Earth I love like that.

The last type of love is hard to describe. You all know which type I’m talking about, but not all of you necessarily know how it feels. It’s the kind of love portrayed in movies and novels that seems so common. We’ve all seen plenty of depictions, heard many different definitions, and have probably seen it first hand ourselves. But we can never really comprehend it until we experience it.

So that’s my breakdown on love. Unfortunately, some people never experience any of those kinds of love. If everybody did experience them, the world wouldn’t be in so much trouble today. Maybe music can help. Music has been used as a tool to spread love (Bob Marley), reverse hate (Sam Cooke), and rebel against the system (Public Enemy). So hopefully, ya’ll can throw my mix on (they’re improving…I’m telling ya) by yourself, with your significant lover, or with a friend and feel the love. Then spread it.

For The Lovers Tracklisting
23 songs (lotta interludes) 1 hour 2 minutes DOWNLOAD/STREAMING LINKS BELOW

1. Intro (Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind)

2. Love & Happiness by Al Green

3. Interlude (True Romance)

4. The Man In Me by Bob Dylan

5. I Only Have Eyes For You by The Flamingos

6. Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You by Lauryn Hill

7. Interlude (A Bronx Tale)

8. Lovable by Sam Cooke

9. Interlude (Casino)

10. Unforgettable by Nat King Cole

11. Uncomfortable Silence

12. Interlude (Pulp Fiction)

13. A Long Walk by Jill Scott

14. You’re All I Need (Just Like Heaven) by Bilal

15. For Your Precious Love by Jerry Butler & The Impressions

16. The Light Intro

17. The Light by Common

18. Interlude (Casablanca)

19. Turn Your Lights Down Low by Bob Marley

20. Interlude (Love Jones)

21. I Want You by Erykah Badu

22. Untitled (How Does It Feel?) by D’Angelo

23. Outro (Mo’ Better Blues)

 

I understand that this is kind of a random mix with a variety of music styles, and some of you may not be into it (haters) but next week we’ll be back on track with some Hip Hop. I got big plans for next week….

DOWNLOAD LINKS (if you need help downloading just say so in the comments):

Click Me For The Download & Streaming Link Of The Mix

Click Me To Download All The Songs, Yet In Separate Tracks (.zip file)

edit: the separate tracks download is a little messed up…sorry bout that. I’ll try to fix it next go round.

 

rededicated to my Valentine…we for real now? nevermind, you fooled me again.

 

 

 

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5 Responses to “For The Lovers”


  1. February 14, 2008 at 9:49 pm

    Schwarz, im diggin the mix. I think it is a pretty good breakdown of love, a difficult task. And you know you love your brother even though he is an asshole judging by how you describe him. Anyways keep it up.
    Peace
    P.S. i love you (no homo)

  2. 2 mashpg
    February 14, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    bro love homes

    boop boop boop

  3. February 15, 2008 at 12:19 am

    Thank you for the mix! Ms Pele (OKP)

  4. 4 Kat
    February 15, 2008 at 9:32 am

    hey schorsh,

    I was thinking about this, is there any way we can SUBSCRIBE to your blog? and maybe get some sort of email update? Not that I don’t love visiting…just a thought.

    also, digging the love tunes. I also especially like the interludes of movies! I am a big movie freak-and it’s exciting to recognize famous lines within great jamz.

    as always, keep it up!

  5. 5 Chila (Ms. Holland)
    February 21, 2008 at 10:29 pm

    You’re missing a classic. I Used to Love H.E.R….for the real lovers out there and for those who need to be reminded of what it’s like to fall in love. Stay true!!


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