Fleshtunes: The Dredd Edition

February 14, 2018 | Posted in Editorial Features by holly-kingstown

Dredd's Delightful Fleshtunes!

Dredd is an awesomely gifted performer and his taste in music is fabulous, too.

OK, I’m all about upliftment and conscious feel good stuff so I’ll start this off with a solid classic.

"Isn’t She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder: Stevie Wonder the genius just giving it you hard. Melodic, positive, inspirational.

"Got To Give It Up" by Marvin Gaye: If you can’t feel this, just give up on music. A timeless classic. Anything from Marvin is great, but his music at this time was really special.

"Award Tour"- A Tribe Called Quest: This takes me back to a time when hip hop was in full bloom. These dudes from Queens influenced so many. To this day they get heavy rotation from me. Pretty much daily

"Spirit of Radio" by Rush: These Canadian guys don’t play around when it comes to jamming. Especially live. I’m down with rush

"Black Cow" by Steely Dan: Well, anything from them takes me back to New York. That 70’s sound that I was raised on still holds up to this day.

The image of Dredd above with Charlotte Sartre is from their scene together in his LeWood Productions/Evil Angel star showcase "Dredd Gapes Them All". Follow Dredd on Twitter to keep up with all of his porno awesomeness and here's what I am listening to right now. Hope you have a super Valentine's Day!

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