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1. MOTOWN: There Ain’t No Sound Like Motown...and here is Part I.

MOTOWN: There Ain’t No Sound Like Motown...and here is Part I.

TAMLA MOTOWN starts with Barret Strong’s, Money, from ‘59, and including the almost forgotten David Ruffin track ‘My Whole World Ended’...we called it ‘Tamla’ back then, but time has weathered it down to Motown…enjoy in joy. PLAYLIST Barret Strong: Money (That's What I Want) (59) The Marvelettes: Playboy – Playboy (62) Marvin Gay: Stubborn Kind Of Fellow (62) The Miracles: You Really Got A Hold On Me (62) Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Come And Get These Memories (63) The Four Tops: The Same Old Song (65) The Supremes: Baby Love (64) The Miracles: Mickey's Monkey (63) Marvin Gaye: Can I Get A Witness (63) Little Stevie Wonder: Uptight (Everything’s Alright) (65) The Temptations: Ain't To Proud To Beg (66) The Supremes: Reflections – Single (67) Smokey Robinson & The Miracles: Tears Of A Clown (70) The Four Tops: I Can't Help Myself (65) David Ruffin: My Whole World Ended (69) Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Jimmie Mack (67) The Jackson Five: I Want You Back (69) Marvin Gaye: Heard It Though The Grapevine (68) Mary Wells: My Guy (64) The Temptations: I Know I'm Losing You (66) Edwin Starr: War (70) The Marvelettes: Don't Mess With Bill (65) Stevie Wonder: For Once In My Life (68) The Temptations: My Girl (64) Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Heat Wave (63) The Undisputed Truth: Smiling Faces (69) Diana Ross: I'm Coming Out (80) The Four Tops: Standing In the Shadows Of Love (66) Tammy Terrell & Marvin Gaye: Nothing Like The Real Thing (68) Marvelettes: Beechwood 4-5789 (62) The Supremes: You Keep Me Hanging On (68) The Jackson 5: Skywriter (73) Gladys Knight And The Pips: I Heard It Through The Grapevine (67) Stevie Wonder: My Cherie Amour (69) Edwin Star: Twenty Five Miles (68) The Detroit Spinners: For All We Know (67) Diana Ross: Reach Out And Touch Somebody (70) Michael Jackson: Human Nature – Thriller (81) The Spinners: What More Could A Boy Ask For (79) Diana Ross: Remember Me (71) The Monitors: Cry (64) Mary Wells: Bye Bye Baby (60) Eddie Kendricks: Darling Come Back Home (73) The Miracles: Way Over There (60) Stevie Wonder: Ain't That Asking For Trouble (66) Singing Sammi & Sherri Taylor: That's Why I Love You So (59) Mary Wilson & Supremes: Up The Ladder To The Roof (70) Tammy Terrell & Marvin Gaye: Ain't No Mountain High Enough (67) Junior Walker & The All Stars: What Does It Take To Win Your Love (69) Michael Jackson: Wanna Be Starting Something (82) Mary Wells: Drop In The Bucket (63) Barrett Strong: Oh I Apologize (59) Syreeta: Cause We've Ended As Lovers (74) Junior Walker & The All Stars: How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You (66) Smoky Robinson: I Second That Emotion (67) The Jackson 5: I'll Be There (70) Singin Sammi & Sherri: Oh Lover (59) Jimmy Ruffin: What Becomes Of The Brocken Hearted (66) Smokey Robinson: Tracks Of My Tears (65) Tammy Terrell & Marvin Gaye: Your All I Need To Get By (68) Gladys Knight & The Pips: If I Were Your Women Michael Jackson: Got To Be There (71) Junior Walker & The All Stars: Shotgun (65) Jimmy Ruffin: Baby I've Got It (66) Temptations & The Supremes: I'm Gonna Make You Love Me (69) Detroit Spinners: I'll Always Love You (65)

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2. Patestapes

  • Published: 2018-06-29T13:30:03Z
  • By Dina
Patestapes

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3. REGGAE ROOTS: The early classics, ska, blue beat, rock steady reggae.

REGGAE ROOTS: The early classics, ska, blue beat, rock steady reggae.

REGGAE ROOTS: The early classics, ska, blue beat, rock steady reggae. Reggae, Ska, Blue Beat, Rock Steady, whatever you called it, in the late 60's it was joyous music, that even white folks could dance to. If you didn't have a Trojan 45 under your arm and a Trojan 'johnny' in your pocket...well the cool set wouldn't talk to you. PLAYLIST Ernie Smith: Duppy Gunman Pluto Shervington: Ram Goat Liver Ken Boothe: That’s The Way Nature Plant It The Pioneers: Time Hard John Holt: Ghetto Girl Scotty: Draw The Brakes Michael Rose: Born Free The Peacemakers: Run Come Sharp Mikey Dread: Barber Saloon Melodians: The Rivers Of Babylon The Gaylads: Stop Making Love Dennis Brown: Milk And Honey Desi Young: I Don't Know Why I Love You Lorna Bennett: Breakfast In Bed Rita Marley: Pied Piper Rudie & Judie Mowett: Love You Baby Owen Grey: Guava Jam Joe Higgs: The World Is Upside Down Dave & Glen: La La Always Stay Barry Brown: Mr C.I.D The Slickers: Johnny To Bad The Maytels: Pressure Drop The Soul Brothers: Lawless Street The Rulers: Copasetic The Heptones: Country Boy The Ethiopians: Train To Skaville The Revolutionaries: Danger Rockers Gregory Isaacs: Ba Da Peter Tosh: Brand New Second Hand The Flames: Broadway Jungle Desmond Dekker: Israelites Tony Tribe: Red Wine Red Wine Bunny Maloney: Baby I'm Missing You John Holt: Help Me Make It Through The Night Derrick Herriot: Eighteen With A Bullet Marcia Griffiths: The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face Suger Minott: Ghetto-oligy Dandy Livingstone: Suzanne Beware Of The DevilJimmy Cliff: Wonderful World Horace Faith: Black Pearl Freddie Notes & The Rudies: Montego Bay Melodians: Sweet Sensation Toots & The Maytals: 54-46 Was My Number Big Youth: Reggae Phenomenon Harry J And The All Stars: Liquidator

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4. THE PEEL SESSIONS: The Inspiration behind patestapes.

THE PEEL SESSIONS: The Inspiration behind patestapes.

THE PEEL SESSIONS: So...I apologize for taking so many years to release the interview, and the 200 additional broadcasts that slumber in my collection, and must add that the whole purpose of this site is to try to continue to do...what he was trying to do. C

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5. CARIB TODAY: Jah Cure, Gyptian, Konshens, Vybz Kartel, Queen Ifrica...

CARIB TODAY: Jah Cure, Gyptian, Konshens, Vybz Kartel, Queen Ifrica...

CARIB TODAY: Music Blog 09.03: Dreads Up! Carib Today awaits your ears, 46 cuts of the most recent and relevant music in a Caribbean stylee. A purist’s perspective here would be churlish; Reggae has become the property of the world, and that’s as it should be. So here’s a tip of the tam to those who are changing the riddim, and those who were crucial to its existence. (blog continues below) PLAYLIST Chi Ching Ching & Popcaan: Way Up n Stay Up Kabaka Pyramid: Teach DI Youths Gaza Tussan & Vybz Kartel: House a Bun Dung Mavado: Story Junior Delgado: Bazooka Blast Queen Ifrica: Tiad a Da Supm Ya MC Tomkat & Inakamosi: Informer Hotstepper Common Kings & J-Boog: No Other Love Vybz Kartel: Nah Let Go Busy Signal & RC: Dreams of Brighter Days Hollie Cook: The Beat Goes On Dub Bunji Garlin: Red Light District Jah Cure: Call On Me Gaza Kim & Vybz Kartel: Teenage Pregnancy We Shall Never Fail : Turbulence Mad Professor & Jah Shaka: Zulu Hut Don't Walk Away: Alaine & J Boog Gyptian: Nah Let Go Kes & Hunter & Ravi B: Jep Sting Naina Queen Ifrica: To Serve And Protect Jah Mason: Things Will Be Better Sons Of Zion & Pieter Tuhoro: Be My Lady Rupee: Tempted to Touch Luciano & Anthony B Too Greedy Konshens: Gal A Bubble Jah Cure: Stronger Vybz Kartel: Dancehall Morgan Heritage: The Return Romain Virgo: Soul Provider Judy Mowatt: My My People Peetah Heritage: Salute Them Machel Montano: Power Puff (It's J'ouvert) MC Tomkat: Crazy Like Glue Johnny Clarke: Academy Award Version Hollie Cook: Ari Up Protoje & Chronixx: Who Knows Da'Ville & Marcia Griffiths: All My Life Tarrus Riley: Dem a Watch Capleton: All Is Well Alaine: Rise In Love Vybz Kartel: Gal a Weh Do You Busy Signal & Bounty Killer: Summn' a Guh Gwaan Destra: Lucy Jah Cure: Longing For Naâman & Cutty Ranks: Rebel for Life Mavado: Give It All To Me Queen Ifrica: Lioness On the Rise Dédé Saint-Prix: Mi Se Sa Morgan Heritage & Jo Mersa Marley: Light It Up Misty In Roots: Mankind (Live) (continued from above) The likes of Junior Mervin, Prince Far I, Wayne Smith, and many other greats, have left the Yabba pot and are sadly gone. But if you're down for a jump-up tonight, some cool runnings are afoot. So crank up the stereo and all will be irie...seen?

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6. THE FALL IN SESSION: R.I.P Mark E. Smith 1957 - 2017

THE FALL IN SESSION:  R.I.P Mark E. Smith 1957 - 2017

The Fall Session 29/5/86 Hot After Shave Bop/R.O.D/Gross Chapel-Gb Grenadiers/U.S. 80's-90's U-Roy: I Feel Good Bog Shed: Tried To Hide But Forced To Howl Double D & Stymski: Lesson Two Gangereen: Have Fun Fur Bible: Plunder The Tombs Wedding Present: U Should Always Keep In Touch With Your Friends Brigadier Jerry: One Dance Story Happy Mondays: Freaky Dancing Fresh Force: All Hail The Drum The Triffids: Personal Things The Skinny Boys: Unity Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: By The Time I Get To Pheonix The Stupids: So Much Fun Culture: One OA We Big Black: Karocine Word Of Mouth & D.J Cheese: Coast To Coast

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7. FLESH FOR LULU • PALE FOUNTAINS: Dance Society, Big Country...

FLESH FOR LULU • PALE FOUNTAINS: Dance Society, Big Country...

Peel Sessions 1982:09:06 Flesh For Lulu • Pale Fountains PLAYLAST Dance Society: Womans Own King Tubby: Winter Dub Pale Fountains: The Norfolk Broads (Session) Flesh For Lulu: Dancer (Session) Gonads: She Can't Whip Me Ghoulies: Listening To My Neighbour Singing Bauhaus: In The Flat Field Pale Fountains: Thank You (Session) Papa Face And Red Man: Dance Pon De Corner Yellowman: Out Of Hand Purpleman: Get Me Mad Flesh For Lulu: Missionary (Session) Comsat Angels: Birdman Costas Modakis: To Come Pale Fountains: (I'm a) Long Shot For Your Love (Session) Mofungo: El Salvador Don Carlos: Hog And Goat Sex Gang Children: Beasts Danny White: Beasts Flesh For Lulu: Walk Tired (Session) Passage: XOYO Icon AD: What's Your Name? Big Country: Harvest Home

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8. STAX PART I: Soul the early years, Muscles Scholes provide the groove.

STAX PART I: Soul the early years, Muscles Scholes provide the groove.

STAX OF WAX PART 1960-1964: Soul...the early years...come on, get your groove on. Northern soul is a dance movement that emerged in the north of England in the 1960s. It was driven by a particular style of American soul, and the Stax label was a huge part of its sound. This was truly a remarkable period in American music; an historic moment when despite segregation, black and white musicians worked together to produce music... (continued below) PLAYLIST 1960 - 1964 The Veltones: Fool In Love (63) Carla & Rufus Thomas: Cause I Love You (60) The Chips: Make Me Feel So Good (61) Prince Conley: I'm Going Home (61) Carla Thomas: Gee Whiz (60) The Mar-Keys: Last Night (61) Barbara Stevens: The Life I Live (61) William Bell: Formula Of Love (61) Rufus Thomas: Don't Believe (61) The Canes: Why Should I Suffer The Blues (62) Carla Thomas: A Love Of My Own (61) The Mar-Keys: About Noon (61) The Tonnettes: No Tears (62) Barbara Stevens: Wait A Minute (62) The Del-Rios: Just Across The Street (62) William Bell: Any Other Way (62) Carla Thomas: Mama (Wish Me Luck) (61) The Tonnettes: Teardrop Sea (62) The Mar-Keys: The Morning After (61) Barbara Stephens: That's The Way It Is (62) Otis Redding: These Arms Of Mine (62) William Bell: Told You So (63) Carla Thomas: Kinda Think He Does (61) The Triumphs: Burnt Biscuits (61) The Del Rios: There's A Love (62) Rufus Thomas: Can't Ever Let You Go (62) Deanie Parker & Valadors: Imaginary Guy (63) Oscar Mack: Don't Be Afraid Of Love (63) Booker T & The M.G's: Behave Yourself (62) Carla Thomas: I'll Bring It On Home To You Rufus Thomas: Do The Dog (63) Bobby Marchen: What Can I Do (63) Otis Redding: That's What My Heart Needs (63) The Astors: What Can't It Be (63) Cheryl & Pam Johnson: That's My Guy (63) Mar Keys: Pop-Eye Stroll (62) Rufus Thomas: Walking The Dog (63) Eddie Kirk: Them Bones (63) Carla Thomas: What A Fool I've Been (63) William Bell: Someone Mentioned Your Letter (63) The Mar-Keys: What's Happening (62) Otis Redding: Pain In My Heart (63) Bobby Marchen: You Don't Do Right (64) Deanie Parker: You Don't Do Right (64) Rufus Thomas: Can Your Monkey Do The Dog (64) The Draples: Wonder (When Your Come) (64) Floyd Newman: Frog Stomp (63) William Bell: Who Will Take Tomorrow (64) Eddie Jefferson: I Don't Want You (64) Otis Redding: Come To Me (64) Rufus & Carla Thomas: That's Some Good (64) Barbara And Browns: Big Party (64) Oscar Mark: Dream Girl (64) The Bar Keys: Foxy (64) Nick Charles: Sunday Jealous (62) (continued from above) ...that is as relevant today as it was back then. For those who want to delve further into this subject, I recommend Robert Gordon’s book, Respect Yourself. This first installment runs from 1960 to 1964…great for after dinner with friends…serve “chilled.”

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9. TROJAN ROOTS REGGAE: Delroy Wilson, Bim Sherman, Dennis Alcopone

TROJAN ROOTS REGGAE: Delroy Wilson, Bim Sherman, Dennis Alcopone

TROJAN ROOTS REGGAE: Delroy Wilson, Bim Sherman, Dennis Alcopone When Reggae was young most of the good stuff was released as singles on the Trojan label, and when I was a youngster, all spotty and at school, collecting them was the cool thing to do — so I did — for 7 shillings and sixpence each. Now they are released in large box set CD’s, with fabulous packaging and graphics, but if you want the real thing (continued below) PLAYLIST Delroy Wilson: Better Must Come Ninny The Observer: Blood & Fire The Eternals: Push Me In The Corner El Paso: Mosquito One Bim Sherman: Thunder + Lightening Prince Jammy: Throne Of Blood Prince Far I: Everytime I Hear The Word Johnnie Clark: Cold I Up Big Youth: Hit The Road Jack Shorty The President: Mash Up Resident Winston Scotland: My Little Filly Trevor Lambert: Ball Headed Teacher The Heptones: Our Day Will Come Alton Ellis: Big Bad Boy Dennis Alcopone: D.J's Choice Dizzy Soul Syndicate: Riot I Roy: Musical Pleasure (71) Dennis Brown: What About The Half (72) Barrington Levy: Rob And Gone The Vicroys: My Mission Is Impossible Freddie McKay: Our Rondezvious Delroy Wilson: Footsteps Of Another Man Linval Thompson: Don't Cut Your Dreadlocks Horace Andy: Lonely Women The Ethiopians: The Selah U. Roy: Earthquake Little Roy: Hard Fighter I Roy: High Jacking Linval Thompson: Rock Me In Dub Ken Boothe: Your No Good The Upsetters: Jungle Lion (continued from above) ...you need to listen to the vinyl. So here is my Trojan Toasters series on very cool vinyl. Enjoy in joy….

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10. MEXICO & BELOW: Argentina, Peru, Columbia etc...fantástico!

MEXICO & BELOW: Argentina, Peru, Columbia etc...fantástico!

MEXICO & BELOW Music & Travel Blog 11.21: I’m very grateful to be writing this from the Yucatán Peninsula, where between occasional rainstorms, beating sun, and small aircraft-sized mosquitoes, I have composed a mixtape of music from SOUTH OF THE BORDER. This 46-track excursion contains a sombrero full of top tunes from the usual brace of Latin American... (continued below) TRACKLIST Pink Martini: La Soledad - U.S. (01) Siddhartha: Naufrago - Mexico (11) Ximena Sarinana: Vidas Paralelas - Mexico (08) Natalia LaFourcade & Devendra Banhart: Amor - Mex Venezuela (12) Mana' & Prince Royce: El Verdadero Amor Perdona Mexico U.S. (11) Café' Tacvba: De Este Lado Del Camino - Mexico (12) Ely Guerra: Lento Funeral - Mexico (09) Los Mocosos: Somos Los Mocosos - U.S. (01) Los Amigos Invisibles: La Que Me Gusta - Venezuela (13) Los Fabulosos Cadillacs: Calaveras Y Diablitos - Argentina (97) Juana Molina: Un Dia - Argentina (08) Los Claxons: Me Voy A Tomar La Noche - Mexico (14) Alterciopelados: Bolero Falez - Columbia (95) Julieta Venegas: Me Voy - Mexico (08) Soda Stereo: De Musica Ligera - Argentina (90) Cafe Tacvba: El Fin De La Infancia - Mexico (94) Eliades Ochoa: Maria Cristina - Cuba (03) Mariachi Flor De Toloache: Dicen - U.S (15) Nitin Sawhney: Herecica Latino - U.K (99) Juana Molina: El Vistada - Argentina (08) Caifanes: La Celula Que Explota (Mx) (08) Novalima: Macau Swings - Peru (03) Los Cuates De Sinaloa: Las Tres Llamadas - Mexico (11) Calexico: Minas De Cobra - Mexico U.S. (99) Juanes: La Camisa Negra - Columbia (04) Lara And Reyes: Dulce Libertad - U.S. (96) Sergeant Garcia: Hoy Me Voy - France (00) Orquesta De La Luz: Flores Y Tambores - Japan (99) Mambotur: Salpica - Chile (03) Islas: Nutempo – Cuba (03) Forest Flower: Apurima - Greece (99) Los Fabulosos Cadillacs: El Matador - Argentina (01) Yma Sumac: Taki Rari – Peru (54) Orishas: Represent - Cuba (00) Irene De La Fuente & El Payo: Flor De Lys - Mexico (07) Mas y Mas: Agua - U.S. (04) Guadalupe Pineda y Con Los Tres Ases: Historia De Un Amor - Mex (02) Totó La Momposina: Carmelina - Columbia (97) Pedro Javier Gonzalez: Almandina - Spain (99) Salsa Celtica: El Sol De La Noche - Scotland (99) Mariachi Flor De Toloache: Son De Toloache - U.S. (15) Monica Ramos: Tara Un Angelito - Chile (01) Juanes: A Dios le Pido - Columbia (02) Los Del Caney: Son Flamenco - Columbia (97) Sidestepper: Logozo - Columbia (00) Poncho Sanchez: Bésame Mamá - Mexico U.S. (97) De Facto: Rodche Defects - U.S. (01) (continued from above) ...countries, but also, perhaps more interestingly, submissions from Greece, Japan, Scotland, the U.S., and of course, this years sensation, the all-women ensemble, Mariachi Flor De Toloache. The tracks are, as always, mucho magnifico! Enjoy in joy.

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11. ARABESQUE DU MAROC: New alternative music from this magical world.

ARABESQUE DU MAROC: New alternative music from this magical world.

TRAVEL BLOG 12/17: Curated from trips, recent and in the past to Marrakesh, Tangiers, Essaouira. When I'm asked where to visit I always respond 'Morocco,' where the people, culture and music are all wonderful. This playlist begins with friends chatting in Arabic then morphs to the Marrakesh snake charmer pipes and into the music magical. Thanks to the Marrakesh posse for music recommendations from all over North Africa. PLAYLIST Mark Ernestus & Yasmine Hamdan: Hal (Remix) (Lebanon) (14) Yasmine Hamdan: La Ba'den (Labanon) (17) Karim Ziad & Hamid El Kasri: Banouar (Morocco) (10) Gaada Diwane De Bechar: Taguerebet (Algeria) (08) Bombino: Tar Hani (My Love) (Niger) (11) Natacha Atlas: Mon Amie La Rose (Egypt-England) (05) Sofiane Saidi & Acid Arab: La Hafla (France) (16) Soap Kills Sofiane Saidi: La Hafla (France) (16) Nancy Ajram: Fi Hagat (Lebanon) (10) Sawt El Atlas : Ne Me Jugez Pas (Morocco) (01) Al Zoughbi Narwal: Layali El (Lebanon) (00) Tamikrest: War Toyed (Algeria) (17) Quincy Ortiz: Sexy Desert Vibes (U.S) (14) Sofiane Saidi: Al Jazair (Black Out) (Algeria) (15) Soap Kills: Ya Jarha Galbi (Lebanon) (08) Mashrou' Leila: Roman (Lebanon) (17) Nawal Al Zoghbi: Maloom (Lebanon) (00) Amr Diab: Aktar Wahed (Egyptian) (02) Azam Ali: In Other Worlds (U.S-Iran) (06) Le Duc: Tuareg (France) (99) Yasmine Hamdan: Deny (Lebanon) (13) Rachid Taha: Rock El Casbah (Algeria) (08) Live From The Desert Band: To Fade (17)

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12. SPANISH HARLEM: Ben E. King, Sam & Dave, Percy Sledge, Drifters....

SPANISH HARLEM: Ben E. King, Sam & Dave, Percy Sledge, Drifters....

SPANISH HARLEM: Sam & Dave, Percy Sledge, Aretha Franklin, Drifters... PLAYLIST Ben E. King: Spanish Harlem The Drifters: Up On The Roof Chris Kenner: Land Of A Thousand Dances Rufus Thomas: Walking The Dog Esther Philips: Release Me Don Convey: Mercy Mercy Nat Kendrick And The Swans: Mashed Potato Otis Redding: Mr Pitiful Don Convay: See-Saw Sam & Dave: You Don't Know Like I Know Barbra Lewis: Baby I'm Yours Percy Sledge: When A Man Loves A Women The Capitals: Cool Jerk Willie Tee: Teasing You Aretha Franklin: The Way I Love You The Drifters: On Broadway Booket T & The MG's: Hip Hug Her Otis Redding + Carla Thomas: Tramp Wilson Pickett: Funky Broadway Arthur Conley: Sweet Soul Music Eddie Floyd: Knock On Wood Esther Philips: And I Love Him Joe Tex: Hold What You've Got Otis Redding: I've Been Loving You For Too Long Aretha Franklin: Respect Sam & Dave: Hold On I'm Coming Jimmy Hughes: Neighbor Neighbor Wilson Pickett: Mustang Sally Clarence Carter: Slip Away Otis Redding: Try A Little Tenderness Sam & Dave: Soul Man The Drifters: Under The Boardwalk Aretha Franklin: Do Right Women, Do Right Man

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13. CHAIN OF FOOLS: Aretha Franklin, Donny Hathaway, Betty Wright....

CHAIN OF FOOLS: Aretha Franklin, Donny Hathaway, Betty Wright....

CHAIN OF FOOLS: Donny Hathaway, Wilson Pickett, Betty Wright........... PLAYLIST Aretha Franklin: Chain Of Fools The Spinners: I'll Be Around Roberta Flack: Feel Like Making Love Brook Benton: Rainy Night In Georgia Clarence Carter: Patches King Floyd: Groove Me The Beginning Of The End: Funky Nassau Aretha Franklin: Don't Play That Song The Spinners: Mighty Love Donny Hathaway: The Ghetto Major Harris: Love Won't Let Me Wait The Persuaders: It's A Thin Line Between Love And Hate Flack & Hathaway: You Got A Friend Aretha Franklin: Baby I Love You Wilson Pickett: I'm In Love Sam & Dave: Something's Wrong With My Babe Tyrone Davis: Turning Back The Hands Of Time R.B. Greaves: Take A Letter Marie Betty Wright: Clean Up Women The Spinners: Could it Be I'm Falling In Love Flack & Hathaway:Where Is The Love Arertha Franklin: Rock Steady Johnny Taylor: It's Cheaper To Keep Her Rance Allan: Ain't No Need Of Cryin' Carla Thomas: I Like What You Do To Me Rufus Thomas Do The Push N Pull Otis Redding: Respect Aretha Franklin: Think Wilson Pickett: Land Of A Thousand Dances

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14. MEMPHIS EMPHASIS: The very best of Hi Records, Al Green and friends.

MEMPHIS EMPHASIS: The very best of Hi Records, Al Green and friends.

MEMPHIS EMPHASIS: The very best of Hi Records, Al Green and friends. A playlist of classics from Hi Records, this is the sound of Memphis. Most suitable as an after dinner re-energizer. PLAYLIST Ann Peebles: I Can't Stand The Rain (73) Al Green: I'm Still In Love With You (72) Otis Clay: Trying To Live My Life Without You (72) Don Bryant: Don't Turn Your Back And Me (65) Bill Black Combo: Smoky Part II Ann Peebles: Walk Away (69) Sly Johnson: We Did It (72) O.V. Wright: Into The Something (77) William Bell: Forgot To Be Your Lover (68) The Soul Children: The Sweeter He Is (69) Shack: Too Many Lovers (71) Al Green: Can't Get Next To You Babe (70) Erma Coffee: You Make Me What I Am (73) Sly Johnson: Take Me To The River (75) The Newcomers: Pin The Tail (71) Ann Peebles: Breaking Up Someone’s Home (72) The Bill Black Combo: Don’t Be Cruel (60) The Staple Singers: Respect Yourself (71) Otis Clay: I Die A Little Each Day (73) The Emotions: Shoutin' Out Love (68) Al Green: Call Me (73) Ann Peebles: I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down 72) The Hi Rhythms: On The Loose (76) Clarence Carter: Too Weak To Fight (68) Tyrone Davis: Can I Change Your Mind (68) Jackie Moore: Precious Precious (70) Wilson Pickett: Green Grass (71) Blue Magic: Fashion Show (74) The Spinners: They Can't Stop it (75) George Jackson: Aretha Sing One For Me (72) Aretha Franklin: Day Dreamin' (72) Willie Mitchell: 20-75 (67)

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15. JAZZ TODAY: Cécile McLorin Salvant, Vijay Iyer, Joey Alexander et al.

JAZZ TODAY: Cécile McLorin Salvant, Vijay Iyer, Joey Alexander et al.

A mixtape featuring cuts released in the last year by Linda Oh, Cecile Salvant, Esperanza Spalding, and yes, some guys too. The coolest find came in a smoky, riad in Essaouira, Morocco—yes it did. There, I heard the Swedish chanteuse Lisa Ekdahl and fell in love...strange it took me so long to come upon this musical treasure, and in such an incongruous... (continued below) PLAYLIST David Gordon Trio: Prelude for Both Hands (UK) Julian Argüelles: Yada Yada (UK) Cecile McLorin Salvant: I Didn't Know What Time It Was (U.S. France) Vijay Iyer Trio: Lude (U.K. Sri Lanka) Linda Oh: Ultimate Persona (Malaysia U.S.) Lisa Ekdahl: When Did You Leave Heaven (Sweden) Tomeka Reid: Etoile (U.S.) Anat Cohen: Anat's Dance (Israel U.S.) Liane Carroll: Nobody's Fault but Mine (England) Christian McBride Trio: Ham Hocks and Cabbage (U.S.) Todd Marcus: Herod, Pt. 2 (U.S.) Matt Ulery: Sow The Deep Seeds (U.S.) Wayne Shorter: S.S. Golden Mean (Live) (U.S.) Malija: Squared (UK) Jose James: Blackeyedsusan (U.S.) Joey Alexander: Footprints (Indonesia) Vijay Iyer Trio: Break Stuff (U.S.) Simon Purcell: Maestros and Musos (U.K.) Cécile McLorin Salvant: Fog (U.S.) Anat Cohen: The Wedding (Israel U.S.) Tomeka Reid: Billy Bang's Bounce (U.S.) Lisa Ekdahl: Heavenly Shower (Sweden) Empirical: Where Wisdom Is Found (UK) Jon Batiste and Stay Human: San Spirito (U.S.) Esperanza Spalding: Radio Song (U.S.) Black Host: Citizen Rose (U.S.) Norman Watt-Roy: My Foolish Heart (India U.K.) David Borsu & Damia Da Costa: Late Nite Swing (U.S.) Craig Taborn Trio: Saints (U.S.) Ingrid Laubrock, Kris Davis, Tyshawn Sorey: On The Six (German Canada U.S) Malia & Erik Truffaz: Yellow Daffodils (Malwi France) Simon Purcell: Dark Night (UK) Joey Alexander: 'Round Midnight (Indonesia) Waldeck: Why Did We Fire The Gun? (Austria) (post continues)... place, thus proving once again that music transcends all borders. The playlist also contains notables running the gamut from Vijay Iyer Trio, Tomeka Reida, and yes, I have included two numbers by the 13-year-old Malaysian jazz pianist, Joey Alexander. So there you go, grab a libation, it’s time for all that Jazz…enjoy in joy

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16. NEW ORDER • KILLING JOKE: Psychedelic Furs, Pigbag, Recognitions...

NEW ORDER • KILLING JOKE: Psychedelic Furs, Pigbag, Recognitions...

Peel Sessions 1981:05:14 PLAYLIST Psychedelic Furs: Dumb Waiters Modern Eon: Child's Play Be Bop Deluxe: Ships In The Night New Order: Dreams Never End (Session) Misty In Roots: Man Kind Splodgenessabounds: Yarmouth 50 Pigbag: Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag Killing Joke: Tension (Session) The Delmontes: So It's Not To Be The Method Actors: Distortion John Lee Hooker: Everybody Rockin' UB40: Don't Slow Down New Order: Senses (Session) Recognitions: Too Much Fiction The Cure: Other Voices Renaldo and The Loaf: Spratt's Medium Girls At Our Best: I'm Beautiful Now The Bleechers: Check Him Out Killing Joke: Butcher (Session) Magazine: About The Weather The Cramps: Rockin' Bones New Order: I.C.B. (Session) The Undertones: You're Welcome Tarzan 5: Boys Game Talisman: Free Speech Killing Joke: The Fall Of Because (Session) Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft: Alles Ist Gut Out On Blue Six: Party Mood New Order: Truth (Session) Art Objects: What Am I Supposed To Do?

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17. AFRICAN WELCOME: La Musique De L’Afrique.

AFRICAN WELCOME: La Musique De L’Afrique.

AFRICAN BEATS: La Musique De L’Afrique MUSIC BLOG 1, 24: The Ancient Greeks word aphrike means without cold, and the Roman’s word aprica, means sunny – either way you slice it the music from this continent is never dull. These crisscross polyrhythm’s forever explode with happiness, if you have children press play and watch them dance, if you don't bolt, the door turn up the volume and...(continued below) PLAYLIST F/X Welcome to Flight 002 to Africa. Menga Mokombi: Moboma (Congo) Mekongo: Me Bowa Ya (Cameroon) Lijadu Sisters: Erora (Nigeria) Devera Ngwena Jazz Band: Solo Namutsa (Zimbabwe) Eba Aka Jerome: Massoua Mo (Cote D’ Ivoire) Kambou Clement: Dounognan (Cote D’ Ivoire) Obo Addy & Kukrudu: Let Me Play My Drums (Ghana) Devera Ngwena: Zvoku May (Zimbabwe) Super Sounds: Monica (Zimbabwe) Intro Choir & Ensemble : Untitled (TK) Dembo Konte & Kausu Kuyateh: Amadou Faal (Gambia-Senegal) The Four Brothers: Siya Zviriko (Zimbabwe) Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited: Muchadura (Zimbabwe) The Soul Brothers: Inhlalayenza (South Africa) Ray Lema: Nangaef (Congo) Samba Mapangala: Virunga Volcano (Congo) Sir Shina Peters: Ja Kajo (Nigeria) Salia Koroma: Sannana Bimbai (Sierra Leone) Two Girls From Burundi: Iki Akazehe (Burundi) Samba Mapangala & Virunga: Yambele (Congo) Le Tetes Brulees: Man For Job (Cameroon) Zimba Babu & Cha Cha Band: Zimba (Cameroon) Jah Wobble & Mendelson: Mojema (U.K) Soukous Stars & Yondo Syster: Bazo (Congo) Artiste Inconnu: Sans Titre (TK) Bialu Madilu, Madilu & Pepe Kalle: Magali (TK) Franco Luambo: Como Quere (Congo) Zaiko Langa Langa: L'oiseau Rare (Zaire) Ladysmith Black Mazambo: Yinhlen (South Africa) Sidiki Diabate: Ba Togoma (Mali) The Mahotella Queens: Igula Lamasi (South Africa) Babsy Mlangeni: Umama (South Africa) Mpharanyana & The Cannibals: Jesu Otsohile (South Africa) Yanka Rupkina: Ot Kak Se Mara Rodila (Bulgaria) Nusrat Feteh Ali Khan: Ye Mohammed Madine Bula Lot (Pakistan) Abafana Baseqhudeni: Ubo Gowelle (South Africa) Ray Lema: Moni Mambo (Congo) Geoff Omima: Exile (Uganda) Johnny & Sipho: Inkunzi (South Africa) Sanougue Kouate: Balendala Djibe (Mali) (continued from above)...let the leaping begin. As always a playlist from vinyl, so the odd scratch and surface noise ecstatically prevail, because life has surface noise...no? Enjoy in joy.

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18. JAZZ SALON: Smokey bars, Chet, Wes. Rahsaan, Lester & pals in charge.

JAZZ SALON: Smokey bars, Chet, Wes. Rahsaan, Lester & pals in charge.

JAZZ SALON: A friend mentioned she loathed Jazz, and I was wondering what musical trauma must have been experienced to say such a thing...class reunion with a trad band that just would't stop playing, Woody Allen on clarinet at Mikes? Try this, and enjoy in joy. PLAYLIST Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker: My Funny Valentine (Live) Pat Martino: Days Of Wine & Roses Rahsaan Roland Kirk: Stormy Weather Benny Goodman: Flying Home Sam Price: Just Jivin' Around Lester Young Trio: I Cant Get Started Hank Jones: Yardbird Suite Joe Pass: Two Track Trip Bill Evans: Alfie Rahsaan Roland Kirk: A La Carte Thad Jones: April In Paris Bill Evans Trio: How Deep Is The Ocean Art Pepper: Mambo Koyama The Modern Jazz Quartet: Concorde Steve Lacy: Reflections Eddie Jefferson: Mercy Mercy Mercy John Coltrane: I Love You Horace Silver: Finger Poppin’ Kenny Burrell: Midnight Blue Wes Montgomery: Trick Bag (Take 6) Hank Jones: Confirmation Pat Martino: Blue Bossa Teddy Wilson: Found A New Baby Mulligan & Baker: For An Unfinished Women Rahsaan Roland Kirk: Slow Groove Lester Young: D.B Blues Bill Evans: Peri's Scope Hank Jones: Bloomdido Pat Martino: Three Base Hit Branford Marsalis: Docy Blanchard & Harrison: Grace Of God Don Cherry: Blessings Chris McGregor: Dakar Wynton Marsalis: Oh But On The Third Bill Lee: De Major Loves Mudda Sister Harrison & Blanchard: To Come

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19. THE MODERNS SAMPLER 1970's To Now: Glass • Riley • Bischoff • Reich • Cale

THE MODERNS SAMPLER 1970's To Now: Glass • Riley • Bischoff • Reich • Cale

MICROBIO: Philip Glass 1937- All classical composers are not necessarily 'decomposing composers' to quote Michael Palin of Monty Python fame. The American Philip Glass still breathes. He has been described as a 'minimalist', although I prefer the nomenclature, music with repetitive structures. His father owned a record store in Baltimore and the young (continued below) PLAYLIST Philip Glass b 1937 Island • Glasspiece No 1 • Opening Floe • Rubric • Facades • Closing Metamorphosis Three The Photographer Act II 2010 Opening And Closing 1995 The Philip Glass Ensemble Michael Riesman - Conductor Terry Riley b 1935 A Rainbow In Curved Air Jherek Bischoff b1982 Introduction - Defeat • Eyes The Secret Of The Machines • The Nest Blossom • Your Ghost • Counting Young & Lovely • Insomnia, Death & The Sea John Cale b 1942 3 Orchestral Pieces: Faust/The Balance/Capt. Morgans Lament From The Academy In Peril Steve Reich b. 1936 Drumming: Part IV (continued from above) Philip was left with unsold records, which tended to favour Bartok, Shostakovitch and Schoenberg. A triumvirate of the more complicated structuralists of the modern epoch. His early studies took him to Paris, and under the tutelage of Nadia Boulanger he embraced the mathematics of Bach and Mozart. If your new to the classical genre this is an excellent place to start. Sit back grab a book, a glass of wine and a couch, and let the tinkling of digits on ivory wash over you. Jherek Bischoff 1982- Jherek Bischoff is an American composer who transcribes his music from his banjo and bass to the orchestra... well I'm sure it's a lot more complicated than that. I'm led to believe that he bicycles over to his musician friends with a microphone and a computer. Sounds good.

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