The crew we got
is diverse & eclectic
Groovers & Shakers consists of three friends, each with a very diverse taste in music and each sharing a dedication for deejaying and records. It all started way back, from their early years of listening to 80s hip hop music and breakdancing to playing in rock bands as teens and eventually getting into deejaying in high school. As the time passed, one thing was certain their admiration for music expanded.
Fast forward to around 2010, the deejay trio began making mixtapes and spinning occasional gigs together. Although, at the time they did not officially refer to themselves as Groovers & Shakers the foundation was already there. With each one having a distinct musical background listeners can expect an eclectic mix of music that is refreshing and satisfying to the ears.
In addition to deejaying each of the members is using their side talents and skills to make Groovers & Shakers a much better show and experience for the listener. Adam45s handles the production, Joedogg takes care of film editing, and Aldo oversees design. Tune in and be part of the Groovers & Shakers family as we preserve vinyl culture through the diversity of music.
Long Beach, CA
The last Sunday
of every month
#5. The Funky Psychedelic Soundtrack mix!
Groovers & Shakers is back with monthly vinyl podcast mix #5, the Funky Psychedelic Soundtrack mix. In our 5th mix, Joedogg starts off with some nice Taranatino soundtracks mixed in with some dialogue from some of his most iconic movie scenes. You’ll be sure to bug out on this cinematic experience! Followed by Aldos mix of latin and funky sounds from different genres such as Boogaloo, Brazalian, Funk, Salsa, etc. Bringing you that nice funky vibe! Ending it off on a Psychedelic trip provided by Adam. He smoothly combines psychedelic sounds that blend well on this trip! All that plus much more on the 5th episode, the Funky Psychedelic Soundtrack mix. Eclectic as usual the Groovers & Shakers way.
Pumpin & Honey Bunny - Tim Roth & Amanda Plummer
Misirlou - Dick Dale & His Del-Tones
The Last Race - Jack Nitzsche
Planning & Scheming - Eli Roth & Michael Bacall
Down In Mexico - The Coasters
Stuntman Mike - Rose McGowan & Kurt Russell
Across 110th Street - Bobby Womack
Cissy Strut - The Meters
Beaumont’s Lament - Samuel L. Jackson & Robert DeNiro
Strawberry Letter 23 - The Brothers Johnson
Just Ask Melanie - Bridgett Fonda, Robert DeNiro, & Samuel L. Jackson
And Now Little Green Bag - Steven Wright
Little Green Bag - The George Baker Selection
Royale with Cheese - John Travolta & Samuel L. Jackson
Super Sounds - Steven Wright
Stuck in the Middle With You - Stealer’s Wheel
Jack Rabbit’s Slim - Jerome Patrick Hoban & Uma Thurman
You Never Can Tell - Chuck Berry
Cat People - David Bowie
Malaguena Salerosa - Chignon
Goodnight Moon - Shivaree
You’re My Wicked Life - David Carradine, Julie Dreyfus, & Uma Thurman
Monte Carlo Nights - Elliot Easton’s Tiki Gods
Surf Rider - The Lively Ones
Ezekiel 25:17 - Samuel L. Jackson
Black Mamba - The RZA feat. Ol’ Dirty Bastard & Masta Killa
Sway To & Fro - El Gran Combo
It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad Mambo Pt. 2 - Joe Cain & His Orchestra
Tanaue - Ivan Lins
Black & Blues - Bobbi Humphrey
Galatea’s Guitar - Gabor Szabo
Ode To Billie Joe - Lou Donaldson
Red Black & Green - Roy Ayers Ubiquity
The Now Thing - Jimmy McGriff
The Whistler - Mongo Santamaria
Broasted or Fried - Willie Bobo & His Bo Gents
Bad - Jimmy Castor Bunch
Azucar Pa ti - Eddie Palmieri
Mandrill - Mandrill
I Wanna Love You - George Baker Selection
Introspection Pt. 1 - The End
Endless Pathway - Wendy & Bonnie
Endless Sleep - The Poppy Family
Get Up - Mecki Mark Men
Devil & The Sea - St. John Green
Lunar Funk - Fabulous Counts
Get Ready - Sunny & The Sunliners
Dancing Drums - Ananda Shankar
The Gallop - The Chavelles
Huntington Ashram Monastery - Alice Coltrane
Fiddle De De - 95th Congress
Promo 4 Mix 3
Catch us in the studio
Check out some behind the scenes footage from our third episode. We look forward to getting together every month and recording these mixes. We have so much fun in the studio, we want to give people an insight of our recording sessions. It's not so much about the tools but how you use those tools and craft your technique.
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