Saturday, 30 June 2012

MFS Radio Presents: People Music-The Message Is Into It (Big City Beats Volume 4)

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MFS Radio Presents:
''People Music-The Message Is Into It''
(Big City Beats Volume 4)


Tracklisting:
1. Herbie Hancock - People Music
2. Willie Tolliver - Papa Killed A Chicken
3. Esther Phillips - Hurtin' House
4. Earl Van Dyke - Wichita Lineman
5. Bobby Pierce - Wichita Lineman
6. Bobby Rydell - Honey Buns
7. Della Reese - Choice Of Colors
8. Bobby Harrison - Lone Gone
9. Jimmy Jones - Live And Let Live
10. Ray Lugo's L.E.S. Express - If It Ain't True
11. Grover Washington Jr. - Loran's Dance
12. Monk Montgomery - Bump De Bump
13. The Last Word - Funky & Some
14. James Brown - Spinning Wheels

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Total Time: 00:58:44
Radio Program/ Music by JP ''The Ape Man''
The ''Big City Beats'' Series - A My Favourite Sound© Radio/Inagroove© Records Production, 2012
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006
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Monday, 25 June 2012

MFS Radio Presents: I Got Burned

MFS Radio Presents:

I Got Burned


Tracklisting:
01 Club Des Belugas - Desperately Trying (Swing mix)
02 Bev Lee Harling - Buy Me
03 Skeewiff - Brass, Beats And Bongos
04 Quantic & Alice Russell With The Combo Barbaro - Boogaloo 33
05 Alice Francis - Shoot Him Down (Parov Stelar Club Version)
06 Caravan Palace - Dramophone
07 Liza Minelli - Use Me
08 Ray Lugo - Love Me Good (Yoga Edit)
09 Dumpstaphunk - Sheez Music
10 Bibi Tanga & The Selenites - My Heart Is Jumping
11 Mr President Feat.Mr Day - Love & Happiness
12 Jaguar - That's Your Problem Baby
13 West One Music - Get Up, Get On It
14 The Bamboos - I Got Burned (feat. Tim Rogers)

Selected & Compiled by Rob
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2012
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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70's Disco Dance Party

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70's Disco Dance Party

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Friday, 22 June 2012

Info: Andy's UK Jazz Radio Update - Andy's Jazz Show #124

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UK Jazz Radio Update - Andy's Jazz Show #124

Tracklisting:
Rib Joint / Cleanhead Shuffle - Nat Simpkins The Newest Blues - Cedar Walton Behind Kungstradgarden - Melvyn Price When You're Smiling - Eddie Jefferson Things Ain't What They Used To Be - The Gene Harris Trio 3Play Freddie Hubbard One Of Another Kind / Blues For Miles / Red Clay Dizzy's Business - Canonball Adderley Wild Flower - John Swanna Night Train -Tim Warfield Love Reborn - Steve Wilson A Walk - Tineke Postma Quartet On Y Va (Let's Go) - Jim Rotondi Good Stuff - Grant Geissman Soul Eyes - Jim Snidero.

All good stuff again this week, plenty of variety including a 3play from the much missed Freddie Hubbard.
The show kindly presented for you by Brian Soundy and the team at UK Jazz Radio Links at the foot of this post.

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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Info: Andy's Jazz Show #123

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Andy's Jazz Show #123

Ok, here's last weeks show. New music from Bobby Broom and Brandon Wright, thanks to Ray for the great Steve Gadd album and I feature some Junior Mance tracks from my UK crate digging.

Tracklisting:
D's Blues / Upper West Side Story - Bobby Broom Shapeshifter - Brandon Wright Small Fry / In The Evening - Junior Mance People Make The World Go Round - Bob Baldwin Clark After Dark - Peter Herbolzheimer Wiggins - Kenny Garrett Groove's Blues - Lew Woodall Yarn - Kristin Berardi 3Play Bernard Purdie Mr Magic / Since I Fell For You / Tighten Up Sugar - Bobbi Humphrey Free Flow - Lee Morgan Sextet Rural Renewal - The Crusaders Back In The Chicken Shack - Steve Gadd And Friends

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Monday, 18 June 2012

MFS Radio Presents: MFS Gone Go-Go - The Beat Is Bad! - Radio Program

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MFS Radio Presents:

''MFS Gone Go-Go - The Beat Is Bad!''

Tracklisting:
1. Trouble Funk Percussion Intro:
A - The Beat
B - Trouble Funk Express
C - Pump Me Up
2. T.T.E.D. All Stars Feat. Kooly Kool The Dj - All Wrapped Up In One
3. Mass Extension - Happy Feet
4. Rare Essence - Body Moves
5. Code Red - Virginia Gone Go-Go
6. Double Agent Rock - Chillin' Out
7. Trouble Funk - Good To Go
8. Trouble Funk - Still Smokin'
9. Trouble Funk - Say What
10. Trouble Funk - Roll With It
11. E.U. - Cabbage Patch
12. Hot, Cold Sweat - Meet Me At The Go-Go

Washington Go-Go Beats Presented by The Ape Man
Radio Program/Total Time: 01:04:45
A My Favourite Sound© Radio/Inagroove© Records Production, 2012
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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MFS Radio Presents: Grazed By A Dream

MFS Radio Presents:

Grazed By A Dream


Tracklisting:
01 Gavin Friday - Able
02 Brasstronaut - The Grove
03 Lost Lander - Dig (How It Feels To Lay In The Soft Light)
04 Night Genes - I'd Rather Feel Small
05 French Horn Rebellion - Broken Heart
06 Lightships - Sweetness In Her Spark
07 Dry The River - Shield Your Eyes
08 Moonface - Quickfire, I Tried
09 Kishi Bashi - Bright Whites
10 Drink to me - Henry Miller
11 One Two Three Cheers And A Tiger - The Modern Sound
12 Revolver - Wind Song
13 The Frank And Walters - That's Life
14 Lily Yellow - Grazed By A Dream

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MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Friday, 15 June 2012

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Live 17-06-1975 (Bologna)

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DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Live 17-06-1975 (Bologna)

Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy
Total Time: 00:30:43
From the original Musicassette Tape
Remastered by DJ Miki

Ciak Bologna

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Sunday, 10 June 2012

MFS Radio Presents: Walking On A Line

MFS Radio Presents:

Walking On A Line


Tracklisting:
01 Pearl Fiction - Insomnia
02 Roland Orzabal - Bullets For Brains
03 Joywave - True Grit
04 Gossip - Involved
05 Destroyer - Savage Night At The Opera
06 Austra - Lose It
07 Tristesse Contemporaine - In the Wake
08 Lower Dens - Brains
09 Santigold - The Riot's Gone
10 22-20s - Bring It Home
11 The Perms - High School High
12 Gentleman Jesse - Careful What You Wish For
13 Lissy Trullie - It's Only You, Isn't It
14 Some Velvet Morning - How To Start A Revolution
15 Pony Pony Run Run - Walking On A Line
16 The Frank And Walters - Indie Love Song

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Sunday, 3 June 2012

Back By Popular Demand: WKTU FM-NY The Battle Of The Disco DJs (1982)

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WKTU FM-NY

''The Battle Of The Disco DJs'' (1982)
(Re-Upload)

Tracklisting:
Part 1:
DJs: Tony Sanchez, Aldo Marin & José ''The Animal'' Diaz
Part 2:
DJs: John ''Jellybean'' Benitez & David Colonna Spanisi

La storia:
Nel 1982 feci il mio unico viaggio negli USA, a New York. Avevo 21 anni ed ero appena tornato dalla leva militare.
Arrivato all'aeroporto, stanco me ne andai in albergo. Mi ero portato con me alcune cassette con dei pezzi di cui dovevo chiederne il titolo...già allora la passione della musica mi aveva contagiato!
Bene, arrivo in hotel, mi faccio un bagno rapido, mi apro una birrettina e accendo la radio dell'albergo, di quelle che ci sono nelle stanze.
E...per caso era sintonizzata sulla WKTU FM, emittente che poi ho saputo era ''mitica'' per la disco. Che io non conoscevo. Insomma un colpo di culo.
Annunciavano che l'indomani ci sarebbe stata la ''Battle of the Disco DJs'', con tanto di nomi illustri (mancava solo il Savarese!), ecc. ecc..
Preso dalla foia, scendo in strada, trovo un negozio di apparecchi elettronici e compro un radioregistratore...il gioco è fatto!
In verità le cassette erano 2, poi se ne aggiunsero altre 2 del mio amico Mariele Grandi, che le ebbe non so come.
Queste MK7 furono ampiamente programmate nell'etere bolognese all'epoca. Purtroppo ne ho persa una.
Questa mi è saltata fuori da una cassa dove ero andato a ''ravanare'' con mio figlio l'altro giorno.
Ve la proponiamo perchè ne vale la pena.
Buon ascolto!

Piccola nota sui DJs:
JellyBean lo conosciamo benissimo, e non solo per essere uno degli ex di Madonna...DJ residente dello Xenon e del Funhouse di NY, ancora produce ed è attivo nell'ambito musicale.
Aldo Marin e ''The Animal'' Diaz invece intrapresero una carriera ''hip hop'' e ''house'', e questo è già riconoscibile per lo stile in questa cassetta. Produttori di vari gruppi e progetti, ricordiamo fra gli altri Special Request, Imperial Brothers e soprattutto Hashim e Nytro Deluxe.
Di Tony Sanchez e Colonna Spanisi invece non so niente. Se qualcuno magari volesse aiutarmi...

DJ Jose "Animal" Diaz
RADIO STATION DISC JOCKEY,DIGITAL SOUND ENGINEER AND PRODUCER. In the world of the night club DJ and the music industry, people come and go more often than one might think. It takes perseverance, persistence and talent in order to become a mainstay in the ever morphing world of the music industry. Fortunately, for Jose “Animal” Diaz, these are all traits which he possesses. As a result, they have helped him stay at the top of his game.Jose “Animal” Diaz has been on the music scene for over 2 decades. He is versatile both in the studio as he is in front of the turntables and he approaches both with the same ferociousness of a savage animal, hence his moniker; Animal. “He needs no verbal calling card. All you had to do was listen for a wolf’s howl and you knew who was on; the inimitable Jose “Animal” Diaz.” – In The Music Magazine.Raised in Queens, New York, Animal was constantly surrounded by music. “My mother was an opera singer and was always singing. I wanted to do something related to music so I chose to take up the guitar”, he says. However, years later his passion would shift gears when he was in his late teens. At the insistence of a friend who was spinning at a local club, Animal decided to try to see what would happen if he took over the one and twos. To his surprise the crowd’s response was an adrenaline rush. He was hooked and at the same time, found himself a new passion.With that DJ Jose “Animal” Diaz began his assent into DJing. The gigs offered to him at that point were small, but Animal accepted them and every time felt the same exhilaration he felt the first night he stepped behind the turntables. Animal’s skills could not be denied. He possessed an undeniable ability to read a crowd and discern what would send them running, frenzied, onto the dance floor, screaming, for the entire night. Word spread quickly and Animal soon found himself spinning for capacity crowds at many of New York City’s world renowned night spots, including The Kit Kat Club, Club Expo, the legendary Palladium, Visage and China Club, just to name a few.The demand for DJ Animal was so great; he was soon fielding offers to play his sets live on the radio, an opportunity garnered only by the best NYC DJ’s. As a result, DJ Animal’s sets were heard live to thousands of listeners on top New York City radio stations such as, WKTU - 103.5, WHTZ - Z100 and WQHT - Hot 97.1. With his popularity soaring, DJ Animal was content, however, he was now ready to advance to the next phase of his career.Always one to push himself further, the only logical progression for DJ Animal was to venture into the recording studio. The list of entertainers he has worked with is extensive. His resume boasts remix work for the likes of Madonna, Cyre and Lime. In addition, his production credits include Brenda K. Starr, Joey Rolon, Susan Clark and the list goes on. Animal has even produced several CD’s for various record labels, including Tommy Boy Records’ greatest hits compilation “Take It to the Max” and Brass Construction’s “The Perfect Beats”.In 2000, Animal was tapped to spin at Nagoya Dome in Japan for their Millennium Party. The part was a rousing success. He even touched down in Turkey, where he was asked to tour the country and appear on national television shows like Sabah Starlari, 7 Tepeden, 100 PCT Erkece and Rengarenk. His tour of Turkey also included live radio broadcasts on stations such as, Power 95 and Power 86. As always, the same wild frenzy experienced by club goers in the states was experienced by Turks and Europeans alike, as DJ Animal took to the turntables and concocted feats of techno-wizardry in clubs from Istanbul to Eskisehir. His success has made him a sought after commodity not only in the US, but all over Europe.Things do not show signs of slowing down for the genius. With dates already confirmed in the US and in Europe, DJ Animal could not be happier with his career. It is evident that whether he is winning over crowds around the world with his ferocious live sets or if he is solidifying his status as a remix/producing virtuoso, DJ Animal loves the challenges that comes with both.He says, “I can always count on the fact that when I am playing, I will have a great time and enjoy myself at a great party.” If that is what it takes for Animal to keep turning things out the way he has, I say keep having a good time. Hopefully, the party will not end anytime soon."Animal's set is superhot..." - DiscoNet DJ News"...he needed no verbal calling card. All you had to do was listen for a wolf's howl and you knew who was on.

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The inimitable Jose 'Animal' Diaz." - In the Music Magazine. PERFORMED LIVE AT NOGOYA DORM IN JAPAN FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY FOR YEAR 2000 WITH PARTICIPANTS OVER TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE. Radio:103 (WKTU) September 1997 - September 1998. DJ for Special ProgramsZ-100 (WHTZ) January 1991 - April 1995 Special Feature DJ; Digitally remixed & edited songs for radio play; Highlighted DJ in 100th Anniversary Special. HOT 97 (WQHT) December 1987 - June 1990. Exclusive DJ for Live Broadcasts from "The Underground" night club; Responsible for new music selection for on-air programming; DJ for annual "Hot Night" radio station event. HOT 103 (WQHT) June 1986 - September 1987. Director of New Music and Special Programming; Featured DJ for Friday nights and weekly "Lunch Break" shows. 92 KTU (WKTU) February 1979 - June 1982. Featured DJ for daily Lunch Beak 92 show; Reviewed and selected new music for on-air play; Remixed songs for radio play; Received Gold Record in the "Battle of the DJs - NYC" contest. Night Clubs: Kit Kat Club, Club Expo, Palladium, China Club, 1018, The Underground, 4D, Visage, The Saint, Studio 54, Club Elegante and, Club Passion. Producer & Engineer: Cyre, "Last Chance" / Soul Sonic Force, "Planet Rock" / Joey Rolon, "Body to Body", "Mi Merengue", "New York, New York" / Susan Clark, "Kissing You" / Brenda K. Starr, "Turn the Beat Around" / Madonna Medley Remix LP / Tommy Boy's, "Greatest Hits" Album ("Take it to the Max" & "Salsa Smurph") / Timber Records, "The Perfect Beats" compilation CD ("Cybertron") / Brass Construction

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Recorded on mixtape in NYC, approx. 1982 from WKTU FM Radio.
A MFS© Production, 2009
Ripped from mixtape.

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Friday, 1 June 2012

MFS Radio Presents: Bandy's First Jump

MFS Radio Presents:

Bandy's First Jump


Tracklisting:
01 Lou Reed - Dirty Blvd.
02 Television - See No Evil
03 Tom Verlaine - Red Leaves
04 XTC - Making Plans For Nigel
05 R.E.M. - 7 Chinese Bros.
06 Mark Lanegan - Sideways In Reverse
07 Jim Carrol Band - Three Sisters
08 Elvis Costello And The Attractions - (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding
09 Julian Cope - Bandy's First Jump
10 The Jacobites - Where The Rivers End
11 The Screaming Tribesmen - Top Of The Town/No Chance
12 The Modern Lovers - Someone I Care About
13 The Dream Syndicate - Days Of Wine And Roses
14 Jason And The Nashville Scorchers - I'd Rather Die Young/Candy Kisses
15 Suicide - Ghost Rider
16 Gun Club - Sex Beat

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