session #062 – Fred P


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Photograph By: Seze Devres

Out of Flatbush Brooklyn, none other than Fred P aka Black Jazz Consortium (Soul People Music) graces this electrocaïne podcast edition, channelling the deep spirit that he is known for in every nuance and transition. Feel it and stay close to the source. Soul people indeed.

How was this mix recorded, when and where?

I recorded this mix at a friends studio in Brooklyn, NYC.

How would you describe it to us?

This mix is Energy Soul thats heavy on the party element.

Tell us a story behind one of your records?

New Horizon from the structure EP/album was written at a pivotal point in my life. It was the make it or break it moment and I was not sure if i was going to make it at anything. Tears flowing and heart broken i wrote that song and it changed my life. I have not looked back since and I keep spirit of humility close.

Something not many people know about you?

I am from Flatbush brookyn and not Queens.

First thing you do in the morning?

Open my eyes.

Last thing you do at night?

Close my eyes.

What’s next for you in 2014?
  1. Portuguese Soul by Groove Holmes
  2. Sextant By Herbie Hancock
  3. I want You By Marvin Gaye
  4. Go For Your Guns By The Isley Brothers
  5. Scary Monsters By David Bowie
  6. Joshua Tree By U2
  7. 21st Century Soul By As One
  8. The Philadelphia Experiment By King Britt
  9. Jacobs Optical Stairway By Dego, Mark Mac
  10. Two Pages By $ Hero
Best music advice you’ve heard?

Let the music speak for you.

What’s coming up for you next?

A new Anomaly record for this fall on Soul People. Prepping a new live show. Compiling the Selected series. Touring the world spreading the music. I want to thank everyone world wide for all your support I am truly grateful… Stay close…