Natasha Diggs (NYC) In The Studio for Episode #197 (April 9, 2013)

Photos from Natasha Diggs’ all-45s guest DJ set on last night’s The Main Ingredient.

raashan ahmad – mbeguel (love) (jakarta)
the crusaders – that’s how i feel (blue thumb)

Natasha’s Set
rudy noman – back to the streets (new day records)
chuck bynum – marathon lover (warner brothers)
toni smith – ooh, i like the way it feels (malaco)
was (not was) – out come the freaks (dub version) (island)
tom tom club – wordy rappinghood (sire)
funkapolitan – as the time goes by (london)
light of the world – time (mercury)
freeez – southern freeez (beggars banquet)
gregory andre – i want to be with you (sea side)
azymuth – jazz carnival (milestone)
earth wind & fire – runnin’ (kalimba/cbs)
kenix featuring bobby youngblood – there’s never been (no one like you) (derby)
sunfire – shake your body (warner brothers)
the rah band – messages from the stars (catfish)
cojo – play it by ear (destiny)
clifford coulter – love’s too hot to hide (columbia)
the pendletons – waiting on you (slept on records)

My Set
manzel – midnight theme (dope brother)
l.a. carnival – blind man (cut chemist edit) (stones throw)
the supremes – come into my life (motown)
lamont dozier – going back to my roots (warner brothers)
natalie cole – annie mae (capitol)
impressions – you want somebody else (curtom)
maze featuring frankie beverly – feel that you’re feelin’ (capitol)
lonnie liston smith – a chance for peace (flying dutchman)
donny hathaway – what’s goin’ on (atco)
gil scott-heron and brian jackson – fell together (arista)
jon lucien – the war song (rca)
angela bofill – under the moon and over the sky (grp/columbia)
brainstorm – waiting for someone (tabu)

The Main Ingredient is a weekly radio show covering brand new soulful underground music from around the world, featuring as in-studio interviews with the artists making it. New episodes can be found Wednesdays at noon at The show began in May 2009 as a weekly broadcast from East Village Radio’s storefront studio on 1st Ave. & 1st St. in NYC and continued there until EVR closed it doors in May 2014. This episode is from the East Village Radio Archives.