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Pacoima, CA is one of L.A’s oldest neighborhoods with a rich art history. All one has to do is drive down a major street in 91331 and see so many murals you might just get in an accident. In the middle of it all is Myke’s Café.
This week Rafael and David Andrade from Myke’s Café (mykescafe.com)come in to the studio to talk food, local art, tradition, and all things Pacoima. And, oh yea. The finest playlist in Soul n Funk roots music so fresh for you.

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The Van Nuys Blvd. playlist:

1) “Git Up” Brian Auger & Julie Tippetts

2) “Average Fruit” Quadron

3) “Che Che Cole Makossa (feat. Mayra Vega)” Antibalas

4) “Song for Adrian” The Ironsides

5) “Nature Loving Dub” Ticklah

6) “Evil Vibrations” Mighty Ryeders

7) “Nappy Head (Theme from Ghetto Man)” War

8) “Suavecito” Malo

9) “Funk in the Hole” Roy Ayers

10) “Black Orchid” The Souljazz Orchestra

11) “I Am the Black Gold of the Sun (4Hero remix)” Nuyorican Soul

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