The 88th episode is a reggae/pop/R&B mix. BPM range: 117-168.
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Here's the artist list:
Eric EQ Young
Bosco and Peck
Two years ago, on episode #63, I presented my first easy-going mix that featured relaxed walking and running paces. In this second "Easy Does It", the range is 117 to 168 BPM and the genres are mixed and on the light side.
I present six new artists and three who return to the JTIP. The genres are pop, jazz, rock, reggae and R & B.
A big thanks goes to Cyber PR and the the IODA for their assistance in bringing the new artists to the JTIP.
I'm also grateful to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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