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Tonight's guest has dedicated his life to the dancefloor for the past 4 decades; it's the legendry John Morales. John was the first producer to create the 'extended mix' in the mid 70's. He's worked with Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye and Miami Sound Machine. As always, Craig will set our guest a musical challenge. We celebrate Lyn Collins in the History of Women In Funk & Soul. Lyn was an African-American soul singer best known for working with James Brown in the 1970s and for the influential 1972 funk single 'Think (About It'). We hand over the playlist to you the trusted 6 Music listeners in the section of the show we call 'The Spinage au Trois'. What would you like to hear? Email us at craig@bbc.co.uk. At 8pm we'll have 30 minutes of back-to-back records in the 'Trunk of Funk' section of the show. Expect to hear Northern Soul, rhythm and blues, jazz, blues, gospel or hip hop, Motown hits.......

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