Thursday, 31 December 2015

My Favourite Sound©™ Web Radio

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My Favourite Sound©™ Radio Web Radio
24hs a day for 7 days a week of non-stop music!
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We broadcast music on FM radio stations since 1977

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MFS©™ Web Radio Channel 1 Programs:
(Programs are daily updated approx. at 
00:00 Brasilia-São Paulo Time)
Monday - MFS©™ Best Radio Programs:
Happy Radio
Don’t You (Forget About The ‘80s)
Black Station Records
Funkyman’s MFSRadio Special
Mr.Blax's Cocktail Musical
Samba Rock Special
Non Stop Reggae Sets
Tuesday - MFS©™Radio  Jazz & Funk Blaxploitation Era:
Big City Beats Series
MFS©™Radio Blackness Series
Andy's MFSRadio Show
Funkyman’s Afro & Funk Music
The Return Of The Shaft Era
Funkyman’s MFSRadio Special
Non Stop Jazz Radio Sets
Wednesday - From The Vaults-Disco Classics:
DJ Miki Ciak
Dancin’ Disco Party (Reprise)
MFS©™Radio Disco Radio Series
DJs' Vaults from the '70s Various Sets
Funkyman Playlists
Non Stop Disco Dance Radio Sets
Thursday - Nu-Disco House Soulful House & DJs:
Ape Man Partay 
Nu-Disco Various Sets
DJs Various Sets
Non Stop Nu-Disco & House Radio Sets
Friday - MFSRadio Podcasts & More Disco Funk:
Disco Radio
Simona Faraone's Pharaoh Podcast
Andy's MFSRadio Show (Reprise)
Rob FunkyFrog's Podcasts
Funkyman's Best Compilations
Saturday - MFS©™ Radio Disco Weekend:
DJ Miki Ciak
Dancin’ Disco Party
Funkyman’s Disco Funk
Electro & Hip Hop Old School
M.Fontana's Merymix
DJs Various Sets
DJ Miki Ciak
Ape Man Presents: Edits
Sunday:
One-DJ Special (Special Mixset Non-Stop)
MFS©™Radio Non Stop Music

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Monday, 3 August 2015

Record Of The Week: Rodney Franklin - The Groove

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Rodney Franklin
''The Groove''

Label: Columbia 43-11300
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 1/3 RPM, Single
Country: US
Released: 1980
Time: 6:22

Companies etc.:
Phonographic Copyright CBS Inc.
Copyright CBS Inc.
Manufactured By – CBS Records

Credits:
Written-By – R. Franklin
Co-producer [Associate Producer] – Rodney Franklin
Engineer [Remix Engineer] – Don Hahn
Executive-Producer – George Butler
Mastered By [Mastering Engineer] – Bernie Grundman
Producer – Paul Buckmaster

Notes:
[sleeve]
Special 33 ⅓ Disco Version
1977 CBS Inc. / Manufactured by CBS Records / New York, N.Y.
[labels]
Special Version Of The Columbia Lp: "You'll Never Know" JC 36122
1980 CBS Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Housed inside CBS "Disco Single" company die-cut sleeve.

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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Andy's Groove Merchant Update

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Groove Merchant Update


A rare afternoon off for me and I get the chance to use the Internet before 5000 workers jump online.
Here are the track listings for the last few shows. Links will be posted soon or by request to andysjazzshow@gmail.com

Show 35
Grant's Groove - Charles Earland from In The Pocket
Lowdown - Charles Earland from Intensity
Can't Get Enough - Incognito from Transatlantic RPM
Power - Earth Wind & Fire from Last Days And Time
Snake Charmer - Marcel Ivery from 3
Nu Soul/Is You Is/Infant Eyes - Wayne Escoffrey from Uptown
Closer To Your Love/Easy - Al Jarreau from Breakin' Away
Softly As In The Morning Sunrise - Denise Jannah from Madness Of Our Love
Killer Joe - John Klemmer from Two Tone
Lu's Step - Ron Jackson from A Guitar Thing
One For Melvin - Ron Jackson from Flubby Dubby
I Need Some Money - John Lee Hooker from That's My Story
Trippin' - Charles Kynard from Afro-Disiac
Shimmy - Steve Kaldestad from Blow Up
Mr Kicks - Eldee Young from Just For Kicks
Put It Where You Want It - Gene Harris from Instant Party

Show 36
Rio/Reza - Ira Kris Group from Jazzanova
Can't Hide Love - John Tropea from Short Trip To Space
Sunshine Day - Osibisa from The Very Best Of
African Rhythms - Oneness Of Juju from African Rhythms
Down Home Blues - Gene Harris from Instant Party
Glory,Glory - Tuck And Patti from Love Warriors
You're For Me - Diane Taber from More Than One Ingredient
Some Blues - Ximo Tebar from Hello Mr Bennett
Only So Much Oil In The Ground - Tower Of Power from Urban Renewal
Expansions - Lonnie Liston Smith from Expansions
We've Only Just Begun - Grant Green from Visions
The Ring - Kenny Garrett from Sketches Of MD Live
Somewhere In The East - George Benson from Beyond The Blue Horizon
Back In The Chicken Shack/Bye Bye Blackbird - Steve Gadd & Friends from Live At Voce
Love Prelude/After The Love Has Gone /Music - Gary Bartz from Bartz

Show 37
All Of Me/Care Less/Nostalgia - Jamie Hinckson Promo EP
Send One Your Love/Maputo - Dylan Cramer from Alto
Hi-Fly - Joe Beck from Back To Beck
Milestones - David Hazeltine from Blues Quarters Volume 1
Solar Wind/Hacienda - Jeff Lorber Fusion from Hacienda
Rippin' An' Runnin' - Shirley Scott from Hip Twist
The Cat/I Love The Life I Live/How Long - Jeff Golub & Brian Auger from Train Keeps A Rolling
Sun Daze/Resilience - Jamie Hinckson Promo EP
Uno Esta (Spiritual South Remix) - Alex Malheiros & Banda Utopia featuring Sabrina Malheiros from Brazilika
Brisa Mar (Nicola Conte Remix) - Sabrina Malheiros from Brazilika
The Frim Fram Sauce/Down Here On The Ground - Richie Hart from Greasy Street
Bent Nails/Quarter Master - Snarky Puppy from Ground Up
Chaff And Grain/That's The Way Of The World - Martin Taylor from Nitelife
Waiter Oh,Waiter - Stacey Kent from The Changing Lights

There you go , 3 great shows 6 hours of great music only spoilt by my occasional Cockney/Kiwi/Aussie hybrid accent! Enjoy

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Thursday, 30 July 2015

MFSRadio Presents: The Essential Rufus Thomas by Funkyman

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MFSRadio Presents: The Essential Rufus Thomas
Compilation selected by Funkyman


Biography by Richie Unterberger (AMG):
Few of rock & roll's founding figures are as likable as Rufus Thomas. From the 1940s onward, he has personified Memphis music; his small but witty cameo role in Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train, a film which satirizes and enshrines the city's role in popular culture, was entirely appropriate. As a recording artist, he wasn't a major innovator, but he could always be depended upon for some good, silly, and/or outrageous fun with his soul dance tunes. He was one of the few rock or soul stars to reach his commercial and artistic peak in middle age, and was a crucial mentor to many important Memphis blues, rock, and soul musicians.
Thomas was already a professional entertainer in the mid-'30s, when he was a comedian with the Rabbit Foot Minstrels. He recorded music as early as 1941, but really made his mark on the Memphis music scene as a deejay on WDIA, one of the few black-owned stations of the era. He also ran talent shows on Memphis' famous Beale Street that helped showcase the emerging skills of such influential figures as B.B. King, Bobby Bland, Junior Parker, Ike Turner, and Roscoe Gordon.
Thomas had his first success as a recording artist in 1953 with "Bear Cat," a funny answer record to Big Mama Thornton's "Hound Dog." It made number three on the R&B charts, giving Sun Records its first national hit, though some of the sweetness went out of the triumph after Sun owner Sam Phillips lost a lawsuit for plagiarizing the original Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller tune. Thomas, strangely, would make only one other record for Sun, and recorded only sporadically throughout the rest of the 1950s.
Thomas and his daughter Carla would become the first stars for the Stax label, for whom they recorded a duet in 1959, "'Cause I Love You" (when the company was still known as Satellite). In the '60s, Carla would become one of Stax's biggest stars. On his own, Rufus wasn't as successful as his daughter, but issued a steady stream of decent dance/novelty singles.
These were not deep or emotional statements, or meant to be. Vaguely prefiguring elements of funk, the accent was on the stripped-down groove and Rufus' good-time vocals, which didn't take himself or anything seriously. The biggest by far was "Walking the Dog," which made the Top Ten in 1963, and was covered by the Rolling Stones on their first album.
Thomas hit his commercial peak in the early '70s, when "Do the Funky Chicken," "(Do The) Push and Pull," and "The Breakdown" all made the R&B Top Five. As the song titles themselves make clear, funk was now driving his sound rather than blues or soul. Thomas drew upon his vaudeville background to put them over on-stage with fancy footwork that displayed remarkable agility for a man well into his 50s. The collapse of the Stax label in the mid-'70s meant the end of his career, basically, as it did for many other artists with the company. In 2001, Rufus Thomas was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. Later that year, on December 15, he died at St. Francis hospital in Memphis, TN.


Part 1
01  - Do The Funky Chicken
02  - Ditch Digging
03  - Preacher And Bear
04  - Funky Way
05  - Funky Mississippi
06  - The Breakdown (Part 1)
07  - Funky Robot
08  - Funkiest Man Alive
09  - Do De Funky Pinguin
10 - (Do The) Push And Pull, Part I
11 - Cherry Red
12 - I Came Home This Morning
13 - I Think I Made A Boo Boo
14 - Can't Get Away From This Dog
15 - Night Time Is The Right Time
16 - 44 Long
17 - Itch And Scratch (Part 1)
18 - Greasy Spoon
19 - In The Midnight Hour
20 - Down Ta My House
21 - If There Were No
22 - I Want To Hold You
23 - Baby It's Real
24 - Miss Bunny
25 - Barefootin


Part 2
01 - Wang Dang Doodle
02 - I Can Do Bad By Myself
03 - That Woman Is Poison
04 - Rock Back
05 - Soul Food
06 - Can't Ever Let You Go
07 - Tutti Frutti
08 - Sisters' Got A Boyfriend
09 - Do The Push And Pull
10 - Funky Hot Grits
11 - Boogie Ain't Nuttin' (But Gettin' Down) (Part Two)
12 - Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown
13 - Ya Ya
14 - I Know You Don't Want Me No More
15 - Walking The Dog
16 - We're Gonna Make It
17 - Stop Kicking My Dog Around
18 - Ride Your Pony
19 - Rocket 88
20 - Little Sally Walker


Part 3
01 - Sixty Minute Man
02 - Sixty Minute Man (Part 2)
03 - The Preacher And The Bear
04 - Love Trap
05 - The World Is Round
06 - 8-6-3
07 - Funkiest Man Alive
08 - Turn Your Damper Down
09 - Do The Funky Penguin
10 - Funky Bird
11 - Get Up Offa That Funk
12 - Sophisticated Sissy
13 - World Is Round
14 - Walking The Dog
15 - The Dog
16 - The Memphis Train
17 - The Memphis Train
18 - Mashed Potatoes
19 - Can Your Monkey Do The Dog
20 - What Do You Want Me To Do
21 - Cause I Love You


Music selected by Funkyman
Radio Program - Special Playlist
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2015
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 27 July 2015

Record Of The Week: Fatback Band - NYCNYUSA 12''

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Fatback Band
''NYCNYUSA'' 12''


Label: Spring Records PRO 021
Format: Vinyl, 12", Promo
Country: US
Released: 1977
Time: 6:30

Credits:
Arranged By Gerry Thomas
Co-producer Gerry Thomas

Notes:
Arranged By Gerry Thomas
Co-producer Gerry Thomas
Promotion Copy Not For Sale (Special Disco Version For Radio Programming Only)

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Saturday, 25 July 2015

Disco Hustle: Various Artists - Hustle Hits! (D-Lite Rec.,1975)

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Various Artists
''Hustle Hits!''
( LP De-Lite Records (US), 1975 )
Catalog # DEP-2019


Tracklisting:
A1 Crown Heights Affair ''Dreaming A Dream'' (3:45)
A2 Gary Toms Empire ''7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Blow Your Whistle'' (5:08)
A3 Kool & The Gang ''Spirit Of The Boogie'' (4:52)
A4 Yambu ''Sunny'' (4:32)
A5 Kay-Gees, The ''Hustle Wit Every Muscle'' (3:20)
B1 Gary Toms Empire ''Drive My Car (New Disco Version)'' (5:44)
B2 Crown Heights Affair ''Every Beat Of My Heart (New Disco Version)'' (5:20)
B3 Kool & The Gang ''Mother Earth'' (5:39)
B4 Zakariah ''The Girl From Ipanema'' (5:07)

Credits:
Producer - Al Santiago (tracks: A4) , Bill Stahl (tracks: A2, B1) , Britt Britton (tracks: A1, B2),
Freida Nerangis (tracks: A1, B2) , Kool & The Gang (tracks: A3, B3) , Randy Irwin (tracks: B4),
Rick Bleiweiss (tracks: A2, B1) , Ronald Bell (tracks: A3, A5, B3)
Vocals - Caty Sevilla (tracks: A4) , Lesette Wilson (tracks: A4)
Written-By - Antonio Carlos Jobim (tracks: B4) , Bobby Hebb (tracks: A4),
Britt Britton (tracks: A1, B2) , Don Boyce (tracks: A3) , Freida Nerangis (tracks: A1, B2),
George Brown (tracks: B3) , John Lennon (tracks: B1) , Kool & The Gang (tracks: A3, B3),
Norman Gimbel (tracks: B4) , Paul McCartney (tracks: B1) , Roger Cook (tracks: A2),
Ronald Bell (tracks: A3, A5, B3) , Vinicius De Moraes (tracks: B4)

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Kool & The Gang
''Spirit Of The Boogie''



Crown Heights Affair
''Every Beat Of My Heart (New Disco Version)''


Notes:
Sleeve notes: A5, B1, B2, B4 available for first time on LP.
Back cover includes "How to hustle"-instructions.

On Line:
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Amazon
Disco Music.com

Original post: 12/03/2009

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