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!
Free Web Radio Channel - The right place for good music!
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

MFS©™ Radio Web Radio & Podcasts 
by Inagroove© Productions

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Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Andy's Groove Merchant Show #40

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Groove Merchant Show #40

Groove Merchant hits #40. Plenty of great sounds that should keep you grooving wherever you are in the world. Listen live on alljazzradio.co.za or use the download link that will be added after a week. Or you could just email me and ask andysjazzshow@gmail.com

Show #40:
Message from Sicily - James Taylor Quartet from Room At The Top
Serbian Blue - George Benson from Bad Benson
One Rock Don't Make No Boulder - George Benson from Good King Bad
Chain Reaction - Joe Sample from Sample This
On The Cusp - Grover Washington Jr from Live At The Bijou
Lorans Dance - Grover Washington Jr from Side Star
No One Home - Lalo Schifrin Tabu 12" Single
Going To Chicago - Kurt Elling from Live In Chicago
Super Ffishell - Tys Van Leer from Nice To Have Met You
Sunburst - Lonnie Liston Smith from Loveland
Bright Moments - Lonnie Liston Smith from Loveland
Big Blow - Manu Dibango from Afrovision
I Can Feel It - Stop, A Monsieurwilly World Edit
The New Avengers - Snowboy from Mambo Rage
Love Till The End Of Time - Paulinho Da Costa Pablo 12" Single
Samba For Wanda - Phil Upchurch from Name Of The Game
Bassamba - Miroslav Vitous from Miroslav
BLT - Lee Oskar from Lee Oskar

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Monday, 24 August 2015

Record Of The Week: Mass Production - Wine-Flow Disco

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Mass Production
''Wine-Flow Disco''


Label: Atlantic DSKO 80
Format: Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 1/3 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1976
Time: 6:08

Notes:
Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
Pressed By – Presswell
Published By – Pepper Music
Phonographic Copyright Cotillion
Released in a Atlantic/ATCO promo sleeve.

Credits:
Written-By – G. McCoy, J.W. Drumgole, R. Williams, R. Phelps, T. Williams
Producer – Ed A. Ellerbe
Vocal Produced for Pepper Productions 1976

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Sunday, 23 August 2015

Andy's Groove Merchant Shows #38 & #39

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Groove Merchant Shows #38 & #39

Here are the last 2 shows, I'll add the links when I post Show 39 tomorrow.

Show #38:
The Genie - Bobby Lyle from The Genie
Groove - Bobby Lyle from New Warrior
Hamba Nami/74 Miles Away/Walk Tall-Mercy,Mercy,Mercy - Canonball Adderley from Phenix
Expansions - Lonnie Liston Smith from Expansions
Giant Black Shadow/Skelton Coast - Quasimode from Giant Black Shadow EP
Everybody Come On Out/Reasons - Stanley Turrentine from Best Of Mr T
Soul Bossa Nova/One Note Samba - Quincy Jones from Big Band Bossa Nova
Redliner - Bobby M from Blow
Turn The Heat Up - Lee Ritenour from Portrait
Bags Groove - Hank Jones,Jimmie Smith & Ray Brown from Rockin'In Rhythm
Double Barrel/Pressure Drop - Ernest Ranglin & Monty Alexander from Rocksteady
Summertime/So What - Eric Kloss from Sky Shadows/In The Land Of Giants
Bonga Bonga Jazz/Die Erste Kugel - The Jazz Invaders from Up & Out
Mack The Knife - Clark Terry & The Oscar Peterson Trio from The Oscar Peterson Trio + 1

Show #39:
Sugar – Stanley Turrentine from  Live TV performance
Going Back To My Roots / 12 Bar – The Fania All Stars from Social Change
My Soul – George Duke  from The Inner Source
It’s On – George Duke from Live At Java Jazz 2010
Better Get Hit In Your Soul – Gerald Veasley from Electric Mingus Project
Snake Eyes – Grover Washington Jr from Reed Seed
Em – George Benson from Pacific Fire
Bandoleros Caballa – George Benson from Pacific Fire
Damn Nam – Leon Thomas from Spirits Known And Unknown
Superstition – Ronnie Foster from Mystic Brew
Jive Man – Exit 9 from Straight Up
Miss Funky Fox – Exit 9 from Straight Up
Life On Mars – Dexter Wansel from Life On Mars
Love Is All Around – Adriana Evans from Adriana Evans
Love Me  – Adriana Evans from Adriana Evans
Westside Drive – Sadao Watanabe  from Fill Up The Night
Harlem Airshaft / CT’s Express / Do Nothing ‘Til You Hear From Me – Clark Terry from Clark Terry’s Express
Strangers In The Night /Milestones – Charles Earland & George Coleman from Soul Crib
Fantasy – Dave Valentin from Land Of The Third Eye
Footprints – Dave Valentin from Flute Juice
I Just Wanna Stop – Gino Vanelli from Brother To Brother

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Saturday, 22 August 2015

MFSRadio Presents: Blackness Vol.53 - Gangster Boogie

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MFSRadio Presents: Blackness Vol.53
Gangster Boogie


Tracklisting:
01. ATCQ - Bonita Applebum (12'' Boys Mix)
02. Schoolly D - Am I Black Enough For You
03. The Blackbyrds - Blackbyrd's Theme
05. Rick James - Ghetto Life
06. Quincy Jones - The Dude
07. Ice-T - Heartbeat Feat. War (12'' Remix)
08. Chic - Party Everybody
09. Trinidad Oil Company - Feelin' Alright
10. Kalyan - Dry River Breakdown
11. King Errisson - L.A. Bound
12. The Mike Theodore Orchestra - The Bull

Total Time: 01:01:32
Originally recorded in 2014
Radio Program/ Music by JP
''Blackness Series'' - A My Favourite Sound© Radio/Inagroove© Records Production, 2014-2015
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006


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Monday, 17 August 2015

Record Of The Week: Scott Davis And The Movements - Freaktime (Instrumental)

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Scott Davis And The Movements
Freaktime (Instrumental)


Label: P And D Records #523, P And D Records LP523
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1977
Time: 4:06

Credits:
Arranged By – Scott Davis
Producer – Peter Brown
Published By – Gilyard Music
Distributed By – Tape King Inc.

Notes:
Pub: Gilyard Music (misprinted on record as Tilyard).
Dist. by Tape King Inc.
220 W. 19 St. N.Y.C.
Timings not stated on the record label.
Catalog number is stated as #523 on the label, and LP523 on the cover.

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Saturday, 15 August 2015

The Futures - Past, Present And The Futures (P.I.R. Rec.1978)

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The Futures
''Past, Present And The Futures''
( LP Philadelphia International Records, 1978 )
Catalog # JZ 35458

Vocal Philly soul quintet. Formed in the late '60s in Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia, U.S.
Released three albums before disbanding.

Tracklisting & Hide Credits:
A1 Party Time Man
Backing Vocals – Barbara Ingram, Carla Benson, Evette Benton
Producer – Sherman Marshall
Written-By – S. Marshall, T. Wortham 5:14
A2 Ain't No Time Fa Nothing
Producer – Charles B. Simmons, Joseph B. Jefferson
Written-By – C. B. Simmons, J. B. Jefferson 5:32
A3 Deep Inside Of Me
Producer – Cynthia Biggs, Kenneth Gamble, Ted Wortham
Written-By – C. Gilbert, C. Biggs, T. Wortham 4:58
A4 Sunshine And You
Producer – Douglas Brown, Terry Price, William Bloom
Written-By – D. Brown, T. Price, T. Wallington, W. Bloom 3:41
B1 Come To Me (When Your Love Is Down)
Producer – Charles B. Simmons, Joseph B. Jefferson
Written-By – C. B. Simmons, J. B. Jefferson, R. Roebuck 4:48
B2 You Got It (The Love That I Need)
Producer – Douglas Brown, William Bloom
Written-By – D. Brown, T. Price, W. Bloom 4:57
B3 (You're The One) Someone Special
Producer – Carl Gamble, Franki Smith, John L. Usry, Jr.
Written-By – B. Rivers, C. Gamble, F. Smith 4:17
B4 I Wanna Know; Is It Over
Producer – Douglas Brown, Frankie Smith, William Bloom
Written-By – D. Brown, F. Smith 4:30

Personnel & Credits:
Arranged By – Jack Faith (tracks: A3, B1, B4), John L. Usry, Jr. (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2, B3)
Bass – James Williams, Michael "Sugarbear" Foreman
Congas – David Cruse
Design – Ed Lee
Drums – Quinton Joseph
Engineer – Art Stoppe, Jay Mark, Jim Gallagher, Kenny Present
Engineer [Assistant] – Dirk Devlin, Jeffrey Stewart, Jim Dougherty, Peter Humphreys
Guitar – Bobby Eli, Darnell Jordan, Dennis Harris, Roland Chambers
Keyboards – Joseph B. Jefferson, Leon Huff, Ted Wortham, William Bloom
Organ – James Sigler
Performer [Uncredited] [The Futures Are] – Frank Washington, Harry McGilberry,
James King, John King, Kenny Crew
Photography By – Jim Houghton
Strings, Horns – Don Renaldo And His Strings And Horns

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''Ain't No Time Fa Nothing''

Notes:
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:1978
Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, recording hits since 1968
This album is dedicated to the memory of Richard E. Wright. We'd like to thank Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff for their guidance, inspiration and the best artist development in the business, to the entire staff at Philadelphia International Records, our parents, families and friends who have stuck with us through the years. Special thanks go to Hank McCrary, Jean Scott and Lon Fontaine. Above all, we thank "The Creator".

Biography by Andrew Hamilton (AMG):
One of Philadelphia's finest groups, the Futures made good music, but Lady Luck refused to work her magic on them. Frank Washington, Kenny Crew, James King, John King, and Henry McGilberry emulated the Temptations. Amjo Records released their first single in 1970, "Breaking Up" b/w "Our Thing." Richard Wright (deceased) sang lead on the Amjo side along with other members that, with one or two exceptions, differed from the previously mentioned names. Avalanche Records reissued the Amjo single the following year. The next single, "Love Is Here," appeared on Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff's Gamble label. It was a lovely Gamble and Huff song featuring a searing falsetto, McGilberry's deep bass, and weaving harmonies that only got spot play in a few cities; the Dramatics recorded an inferior version on their 10 1/2 album.
The Futures made a terrible career move when Gamble Records ended by signing with Buddah Records and missing a golden opportunity with Philadelphia International Records. Their first Buddah release, "(That's) The Way of a Woman in Love" b/w "Grade A Woman," dropped in January 1974 to a deafening silence. The second single, "No One Could Compare" b/w "You Better Be Careful," also failed to register. As they wallowed in obscurity, the O'Jays and Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes bloomed on Philadelphia International and the Spinners and the Stylistics reaped the benefits of their productions.
Buddah released the Futures' third single, "Castles," June 1975, which continued the string of flops. They issued the Futures' first album, Castles in the Sky, in 1975, which didn't include the first two singles and its promotion was almost nonexistent. Barbara Mason wrote their final Buddah single, "We Got Love," prompting a poorly promoted tour with Philly's First Lady of Soul.
They reunited with Gamble and Huff in 1978 at Philadelphia International Records, but the company's glory days were over. The first release, "Part Time Party Time Man," an energetic dancer with a terrific vocal, never charted high, yet was their most successful single. Its delightful successor, "Ain't No Time for Nothing," was succeeded by three more singles, including "Mr. Bojangles." Philadelphia International released two albums by the Futures: Past Present & the Futures and the obscure Greetings of Peace.
Warped Records issued the final Futures' recordings in 1982: "Let's Get to It" b/w "Young & Tender" and "Angel in Disguise" b/w "Betcha Come Back." McGilberry joined the Temptations in 1996, replacing Ray Davies, who replaced Melvin Franklin.

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''Party Time Man'' 7''

Reviews:
Kudos to the producers, musicians, writers, and the Futures for this effort. The record business has problems when an invigorating dancer like "Part-Time Party Time Man," fails to bust the Top 40. It was a minor hit in the Philly/New York area but ignored virtually everywhere else. Felix Hernandez played it at his Rhythm Revue Dance in New York recently and had to add it to permanent rotation. The storyline is about a guy who works hard all week, then transforms into a party animal on the weekends. "Ain't No Time Fa Nothing," is an excellent dancer with a killer intro and hearty vocals. Their five-man lineup resembles the Temptations' voices, from falsetto to the uncannily low bass of Henry McGilberry, who joined the Temptations in 1996. "Deep Inside Me" features the same excellent falsetto that led to their first Gamble & Huff recording "Love Is Here" (not included here), on Gamble Records in 1972. They romance that special lady on "Sunshine and You" and "Someone Special," two warm floaters. Also included is "I Wanna Know: Is It Over," a hurtin' tune with a spoken intro and refined harmonies.
By Andrew Hamilton (AMG)

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''Party Time Man'' 12''

About ''Party Time Man'' Original 12'' Inch Disco Single:
A full-on dancefloor number from one of the greatest vocal groups on Philly! "Party Time Man" steps out with a proud little groove that rivals the best disco tracks by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – complemented by some great harmony vocals as well! "You Got It" is mellower, but still pretty nice – and more of a showcase for the sweeter, stepping side of the group's groove.
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