Monday, 30 September 2013

Record Of The Week: UFP Featuring Roy Ayers - Zeularaé

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UFP Featuring Roy Ayers - Zeularaé


Label: Sfere - SF-007
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country: US
Released: 2001

Remix, Producer [Additional] – Dennis Ferrer
Credits:
Featuring, Vibraphone – Roy Ayers
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – Dennis Ferrer, Kerri Chandler
Notes:
Published by Madhouse/Champion Music
(BMI) & Sfere Music (BMI).

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Saturday, 28 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: The Frog

MFSRadio Presents:
The Frog


Tracklisting:
01 Langhorne Slim & The Law - Wild Soul
02 Jens Lekman - I Know What Love Isn't
03 Medicine For The People - Risk It
04 Alex Bleeker & The Freaks - See You On Sunday
05 The Boy Least Likely To - My Little Heart That Remembers Everything
06 Pretty & Nice - The Frog
07 Chapel Club - Sleep Alone
08 Adorable - I Know You Too Well
09 Slow Club - If We're Still Alive
10 Tame Impala - Remember Me
11 Saturday Looks Good To Me - Empty Beach
12 The Boxer Rebellion - Always
13 SPLASHH - All I Wanna Do
14 The Sounds - Living In America
15 Kate Nash - Fri-End?
16 Gabrielle Aplin - How Do You Feel Today
17 The Color Pharmacy - Silent Siren
18 The CO - I Will Be Strong

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Friday, 27 September 2013

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 28-05-1978 (Bologna)

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DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 28-05-1978 (Bologna)


Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy
Total Time: 00:41:41
From the original Musicassette Tape
Remastered by DJ Miki

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The Kay-Gees: Gang! Keep On Bumpin' - Who's The Man With The Masterplan?

The Kay-Gees
(Who's The Man With The Masterplan?)

Members:
Amir Bayyan, Callie Cheek, Dennis White , Kevin Lassiter, Michael Cheek, Peter Duarte, Ray Wright, Wilson Becket

Profile:
Songs written and produced by Kool & the Gang's Ronald Bell. In the mid 1970's, they had a very funky feel, with great chunky basslines ("Masterplan") and guitar scratching ("Hustle wit' every muscle"). Other great songs of this period on the Gang label were "Waiting at the bus stop" (getting in on the bus-stop disco dancing craze) and "STP (singing, teaching, preaching)", a wild mild funk classic.
Changing to the main De-lite outlet coincided with a change in style for the Kay Gee's who began to record a more pure form of disco. Listen for all their classic disco tracks like "Tango hustle", "Space disco" and "Kilowatt invasion"... you'll be hustling in no time. "Burn me up" is produced by Patrick Adams.


Biography by Steve Huey (AMG):
A funk outfit formed in Jersey City, NJ, Kay-Gee's had some valuable mentors in Kool & the Gang -- specifically Ronald Bell, who was happy to serve as producer, arranger, and sometimes songwriter for his younger brother Kevin's band. In addition to Kevin Bell on guitar and several other instruments, Kay-Gee's featured saxophonist Peter Duarte, brass player Ray Wright, woodwind player Dennis White, keyboardist Kevin Lassiter, bassist Michael Cheek, drummer Callie Cheek, and percussionist Wilson Beckett. Signed to Kool & the Gang's own Gang imprint, Kay-Gee's issued their debut album Keep on Bumpin' & Masterplan in 1974. With Ronald Bell penning the majority of the material, Kay-Gee's' sound was highly similar to the hard, tight grooves of early Kool & the Gang; singles like "You've Got to Keep on Bumpin'," "Who's the Man? (With the Master Plan)" (yes, the source of that ubiquitous hip-hop sample), and "Get Down" gave them an enduring reputation among hardcore funk connoisseurs. Burn Me Up followed in 1975, producing the single "Hustle Wit' Every Muscle," which became the theme song for the TV series Party. By the time of 1976's Find a Friend, Ronald Bell's involvement with the group had begun to decrease, resulting in a flirtation with disco on cuts like "Find a Friend" and "Waiting at the Bus Stop." Their final album, 1978's Kilowatt, was a full-fledged disco-funk extravaganza released on New York's De-Lite label, and featured several popular club singles, including "Cheek to Cheek" and "Tango Hustle." However, they disbanded not long afterward.
(AMG. Copyright © 2013 All Media Guide, LLC. Content provided by All Music Guide ®, a trademark of All Media Guide, LLC. All rights reserved.)

Discography:
A funk and disco group with a groove closely associated with the "New York sound" of the 70s as defined by De-Lite Records, the Kay Gees were proteges of Kool and the Gang. Formed in Jersey City, New Jersey, their members included multi-instrumentalist Kevin Bell (younger brother of Ronald "Kool" Bell of Kool and the Gang), bassist Michael Cheek, drummer Callie "Poppa Funk" Cheek, percussionist Wilson "Marty" Becket and keyboardist Kevin "Ice" Lassiter. The horn section was comprised on Peter Duarte, Dennis "Dee" White, and Ray "Savoir Fair" Wright.
Their first two LPs were dominated by the influence of their mentors, particularly on compositions like "You've Got to Keep On Bumpin'," "Masterplan" and "You Can Be A Star." Success was immediate, with appearances on Soul Train and their "Hustle Wit' Every Muscle" being selected as the theme song for the short-lived television show Party.
In time, the Kay Gees grew out of Kool and the Gang's shadow, switching to a disco-influenced fast funk style that proved very popular in clubs. During the latter stages of their career, they blessed dancefloors with classic jams such as "Find A Friend," "Tango Hustle," "Watiting At The Bus Stop," and "Cheek To Cheek," many of which were issued as 12 inch singles.


Kay Gee's Deepest Grooves:
Keep on Bumpin' & Masterplan (Gang, 1974)
Overwhelmingly Kool and the Gang-influenced release that boasts the famous "Who's The Man With The Masterplan" sample that was popularized in the late 80s. Ronald Bell is all over this LP as writer and producer. Crucial for fans of hard and heavy horn-based funk.
Burn Me Up (Gang, 1975)
Find a Friend (Gang, 1976)
Beginning to develop a unique sound on this album. Ronald Bell is still involved with the band, but "STP," "Waiting At The Bus Stop" and "Find A Friend" embrace the disco lights more readily than anything they'd previously recorded.
Kilowatt (De-Lite, 1978)
Their final statement is an all out disco-funk affair that is executed with precision. "Kilowatt," "Space Disco," "Cheek to Cheek," and "Tango Hustle" are the crucial cuts, but don't forget "Kay Gee's Theme Song" or "Fat Daddy."
Greatest Hits (Unidisc, 1994)
This retrospective package arrived out of the blue, considering none of their material had been available since the late 70s. Focuses heavily on the first LP, but includes songs from all their recordings.
Essential Dancefloor Artists (Deep Beats, 1995)
Not sure if this is still in print, but it's a more well-rounded compilation than the Unidisc, focusing more on the late 70s cuts than the Kool clones of their early records.
From All Things Deep
Copyright ©2002 AllThingsDeep.com. All rights reserved.


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The Kay-Gees

”Keep On Bumpin’ & Masterplan”
–Expanded –
( Unidisc Records, Canada, 1993 )
Catalog # SPLK-7100

Tracklisting:
1 Get Down (4:30)
2 Let’s Boogie (5:07)
3 My Favorite Song (2:36)
4 You’ve Got To Keep On Bumpin’ (8:09)
5 Hustle Wit Every Muscle (Theme From “Party” T.V. Show) (3:10)
6 Master Plan (2:49)
7 Who’s The Man? (With The Master Plan) (1:53)
8 Ain’t No Time (Part 1) (1:47)
9 Wondering (4:16)
10 Ain’t No Time (Part 2) (4:55)
11 Anthology (2:29)
12 My Favorite Song (Disco Version) (5:12)
13 Hustle Wit Every Muscle (Long Version) (4:10)
14 Let’s Boogie (Instrumental) (4:01)

Personnel & Credits:
Arranged By – Kay-Gees, The , Ronald Bell
Bass – Kevin Bell , Michael Cheek
Clavinet – Kevin Bell , Kevin Lassiter
Drums – Callie Cheek
Engineer – Bob Clearmountain, Harvey Goldberg, Jeffrey Lesser
Featuring – Ronald Bell , Royal Jackson , Something Sweet
Guitar [Lead] – Kevin Bell
Keyboards, Piano [Electric Fender Rhodes], Organ, String Ensemble, Synthesizer, Melodica – Kevin Lassiter
Mastered By – José Rodriguez
Percussion – Callie Cheek , Dennis White, Kevin Bell, Kevin Lassiter, Michael Cheek, Peter Duarte , Ray Wright
Percussion [Latin], Congas, Guitar – Wilson Becket
Producer – Ronald Bell
Saxophone [Alto, Soprano, Baritone], Kettle Drums – Peter Duarte
Saxophone [Electric Tenor], Flute, Harmonica – Dennis White
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Trombone [Valve Slide], Cornet – Ray Wright
Vocals – Callie Cheek , Kevin Bell , Kevin Lassiter , Michael Cheek , Peter Duarte , Ray Wright , Wilson Becket
Vocals [Monologue] – Dennis White

Notes:
Special guests artists: Ronald Bell; Royal Jackson and “Something Sweet” consisting of Beverly Owens, Cynthia Huggins, Joan Motley and Reneé Connell.
Special guest lyricist: Harold (que pasa) Hernandez – our manager
Executive producer Kool & The Gang
Format: Album
Country: Canada
Original Release: 1974 (Gang Records, Cat.# Gang 101)
This record contains 4 extra tracks.

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''You’ve Got To Keep On Bumpin’''

Reviews:
The debut LP from Kay-Gee's proved that the band led by Kevin Bell (brother to Kool & the Gang's Ronald) had all the deep, driving grooves, kinetic energy, and street-corner vibes of funk's master outfit. Produced by Ronald Bell and Kool & the Gang, Keep on Bumpin' & Masterplan featured a pair of strong lead tracks and plenty more strong material, like "Hustle Wit Every Muscle" (used as the theme song to the television show Party). The Kay-Gee's' horn section was equal to Kool & the Gang's, and if they lacked a few of the awesome hooks that propelled Ronald Bell's group into the R&B charts on a regular basis, alto/soprano Pete Duarte was a superior soloist and female vocal trio Something Sweet filled in the gaps on the great jam "Let's Boogie" and "Wondering." Kay-Gee's were also better at locking into great grooves, while Kool & the Gang spent too much time mixing up their style. True, a Kool & the Gang singles collection would blow Kay-Gee's' out of the water, but even they never recorded an album as good as Keep on Bumpin' & Masterplan.
By John Bush (AMG)

K.G. stands for Kool & The Gang... If I'm not mistaken the leader of this group is Robert Bell's younger bro (?) - - whatever the case, if you've ever heard a cute little ditty (actually not cute, mega *ss bumpin) by Kool & The Gang called "Spirit of the Boogie" - - the album that "Jungle Jazz" eminated from - - you should have an idea what Keep On Bumpin' and Master Plan is about - - in fact, you might say that these tripped out layered hard core dance grooves might just as well be out takes from Spirit of The Boogie - - ergo, listen up hard core funkateer - - GET YOUR HANDS IT and don't let go ! This is the kind of '70s funk album that rap producers in search of funk go nuts sampling the heck out of (and it has !)
By Eddie Landsbergs (Amazon)

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''Let’s Boogie (Instrumental)''


''Ain’t No Time (Bonus)''

The Kay-Gees' greatest LP – and far and away better than anything else they ever did! Grabbing up this one is like finding a lost Kool & The Gang LP from the early years –which is no surprise, since Ronald Bell of the group produced it and wrote a lot of the songs with the group. The band are incredibly tight instrumentally – with lots of hard drums, choppy guitar, and the rolling party feel that made Kool & The Gang so great during their best years. There's some great horns that blast in and out, sounding very off-beat at the best moments – like the classic "Who's the Man With the Master Plan", sampled by YZ many years ago – or other funky cuts like "Ain't No Time", "Get Down", and "You've Got to Keep on Bumpin".
© 1996-2013, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

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Thursday, 26 September 2013

DJ Spen - Soundart Parte 1 & 2

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DJ Spen 
Soundart Parte 1 & 2


DJ Spen Mixset

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Wednesday, 25 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: Eccentric Funk - Funkyman's Playlist

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MFSRadio Presents: Eccentric Funk 
Funkyman's Playlist


Eccentric Funk Tracklist:
01 - Seeds Of The Earth - Brother Bad
02 - 13th Amendment - The Stretch
03 - Stone Creations - The 'It' Song
04 - Hot Snow - Me & You
05 - Mary Alice Mcall - I'm Moving Home
06 - Cleaveland Eaton & The Cats - It's Mookie Time
07 - Flack And Company - Disco Tnt
08 - Ohn Mccain - They Call Me The Man
09 - Directory - Feel It In Your Bones
10 - Katie Webster - Hell Or High Water
11 - Prophets Of Peace - The Max
12 - Everyday People - (Loose Booty) Is A Real Thing
13 - 87th Off Broadway - Moving Woman
14 - Deep Heat - Do It Again
15 - Black Soul Express - Party Time
16 - Black Fur - Feel The Shock
17 - Everyday People - Get Next To You
18 - Clifton White - The Grade A
19 - Tickled Pink - Reach Out (And Give Me Your Hand)
20 - Aggregation - A Child Is Born
21 - Super Soul Movement - Bad - Bad - Bad

Music selected by Funkyman
Radio Program - Special Playlist
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006
Cover design by Rob ''The Funkyfrog'' a.k.a. The Boss

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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Andy's Jazz Show #184

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Andy's Jazz Show #184


Tracklisting:
Hobo Flats - Jimmy Smith from Jimmy Smith Plays The Blues.
Renegade Man - Vince Seneri from The Prince's Groove
As - Dianne Schuur from Schuur Fire
Lowdown - Incognito featuring Mario Biondi from Transatlantic RPM
Giant Steps - Gary Bartz from Love Affair
Unit Seven - Jimmy Bruno & Joey DeFrancesco from Like That
Blues Walk - Marchel Ivery & Joey DeFrancesco from Marchel Ivery meets Joey DeFrancesco
Giants - Tony Kofi from The Silent Truth
Eleanor Rigby - Jeffrey Smith from A Little Sweeter
Russian Caravan - Dmitri Kolesnik from Five Corners
Nature Boy -Johny Hartman from TSF explore Blue Note
Mystic Voyage - Roy Ayers from Virgin Ubiquity Unreleased
3Play James Taylor Quartet from Plays Motown
Got To Give It Up
Jimmy Mack
Don't Mess With Mr T
Hey Jude - John Klemmer from Magic Moments
If This Isn't Jazz - Patricia Barber (Promo)
The Girl In The Other Room - Diana Krall from The Girl In The Other Room
On The Path - Rodney Franklin from In The Center
Hot House - Walter Bishop Jr from Hot House
Polarizer - Joe Thomas from Feelin's From Within
Pat's House - Jimmy Bruno & Joey DeFrancesco from Like That
Quick City Revisted - Harold Alexander from Are You Ready?

Another great show, 2 hours of Jazz bliss on ukjazzradio.com once again your can download the show here. Comments always appreciated or email andysjazzshow@gmail.com

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Monday, 23 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: Time Is Movin' On - Blackness Vol.42

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MFSRadio Presents:
''Time Is Movin' On''
Blackness Vol.42


Tracklisting:
1. Intro - Slaughter's Big Rip-Off Radio Spot
2. Crown Heights Affair - Super Rod
3. Melvin Sparks - Get Ya Some
4. Don Ellis - Go Back Home
5. Puccio Roelens - Splash Down
6. Chain Reaction - Hogtied
7. Gregory James - Get It From The Bottom
8. Jimmy Scott - Pair And A Spare
9. Gene And Bobby - Boogie Down
10. Jimmy 'Bo' Horne -  I Wanna Go Home With You
11. Funkadelic - If You Got Funk, You Got Style
12. Smoke - (Your Love Has Got Me) Screamin'
13. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Shack Up, Pack Up, It's Up (When I'm Gone)
14. Jerzy Milian Orkiestra - Gacek
15. Curtis Mayfield - Can't Say Nothin'

Note:
Total Time: 01:00:45
Radio Program/ Music by JP ''The Ape Man''
The ''Blackness'' Series - A My Favourite Sound© Radio/Inagroove© Records Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006
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Record Of The Week: Cloud One - Spaced Out 12''

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Cloud One - Spaced Out 12''


Label: P&P Records  P&P 12-1818
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1977

Notes:
Pressed By – Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. – K-8025
Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
Published By – PAP Music
Phonographic Copyright (p) – P&P Records Inc.
Copyright (c) – P&P Records Inc.

Credits:
Arranged By – Patrick Adams
Mastered By – JR
Supervised By – Patricia Gilyard, Peter Brown
Written-By – Delmar Donnell, Patrick Adams
Same track both sides. Record is credited as
'Cloud One
Gilyard & PAP'
PAP is Patrick Adams Productions.
Published by PAP Music Div. (ASCAP)
© 1977 P&P Records, Inc. N.Y., N.Y.
Mastered at Frankford/Wayne, N.Y.
Different label artwork compared to this release.
Timing is not stated on the labels.

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Sunday, 22 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: MFS Funky Library - Special Playlist by Funkyman

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MFSRadio Presents: 
''MFS Funky Library''
Special Playlist by Funkyman

Tracklisting:
01 - Alan Tew - The Build Up
02 - Alan Tew - The Heist
03 - Alan Tew - soul deeper
04 - Johnny Pearson - Back Beat
05 - Johnny Pearson - Block Buster
06 - Johnny Pearson - Product Efficiency
07 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Hot Cake
08 - Keith Mansfield - Morning Broadway
09 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Soul Statement
10 - Keith Mansfield - Funky Fanfare
11 - Keith Mansfield - Soul Thing
12 - Johnny Pearson - Mini Motoring
13 - Ray Davies - Making It
14 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Spanish Sun
15 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Nobody Is Perfect
16 - Keith Mansfield - Big Shot
17 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Voo-Doo-Rock
18 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Mexican Flight
19 - Ray Davies - Down A Dark Street
20 - Alan Hawkshaw - Studio 69
21 - Brian Bennett - It's a Crazy World
22 - Kenny Bird Orchestra - Sloppy Jo
23 - Keith Mansfield - Exclusive Blend
24 - Keith Mansfield - Mono Ski

Music selected by Funkyman
Radio Program - Special Playlist
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006
Cover design by Rob ''The Funkyfrog'' a.k.a. The Boss

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Saturday, 21 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: Funk For Freaks

MFSRadio Presents:
Funk For Freaks


Tracklisting:
01 Atomics - Fever
02 Alan Evans Trio - Have You Seen Him
03 Basement Freaks - Funk for Freaks (feat. Charlie Funk)
04 Dumpstaphunk - I Wish You Would
05 Boston Horns - Funk
06 Whysowhite - Exhale
07 Orgone - Downtown Plastique
08 The Sweet Vandals - Move It On
09 Rad. - Wishy
10 On The Spot Trio - Philly
11 The James Hunter Six - Chicken Switch
12 Wake&Bake! - Chasing The Rabbit
13 The James Taylor Quartet - Kick It
14 Smoove - I'm A Man
15 Dumpstaphunk - Water

Selected & Compiled by Rob
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Friday, 20 September 2013

Dance A Love Thang (& Funk) - Jody DJ Disco '70 Classic Groove Set

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Dance A Love Thang (And Funk) 
Jody DJ Disco '70 Classic Groove Set
By Jody Musica


Tracklisting:
1 It's a Love Thang - (APE Man Edit Version ) / Dance Dance Dance (Intro Version)
2 Dance Dance Dance (12" Version)
By Marta Acuna
3 Love Thang (1979 LP Version )
By First Choice
4 Straight to the Bank (Special Extended Disco Edit by APE Man)
By Bill Summers
5 Don't stop the Music (12" Version)
By Bay City Rollers
6 Billy Who (Superbreak Edit)
By Billy Frazier
7 Pazuzu ( LP Version )
By Tony Silvester
8 I Got My Mind Made Up (12'' Version)
By Instant Funk
9 I can't turn the boogie loose ( LP Version )
By The Controllers
10 Master Funk ( Original LP Version 1978 )
By Watsonian Institute (Johnny Guitar Watson )
11 Makes you feel like dancing (LP version)
by Brass Construction

''Hei cinno, move your body with this seventy's disco classic groove !
Intro-Love thang APE Edit & Dance dance dance is a tribute for Jazzy Pier aka APE Man (Master Dj of the Bologna's Disco Story)''

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MFS©™Radio Presents: Funkyman's Best Of Groove Holmes

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MFS©™Radio Presents:
''Funkyman's Best Of Groove Holmes''


Tracklisting:
Part One
01 - Come Together
02 - Ain't That Peculiar
03 - 1-2-3
04 - Misty
05 - Wedding Bell Blues
06 - Boo-D-Doo
07 - Living Soul
08 - Hittin' The Jug
09 - Dumpy Mama
10 - Can't Take My Eyes Off You
11 - Grooving With Mr G
12 - Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife
13 - The Girl From Ipanema
14 - Just Friends
15 - Listen Here
16 - Soul Message
Time: 01:15:20

Part Two
01 - Soul Power
02 - Up Jumped Spring
03 - Organ Grinder
04 - This Here
05 - The Preacher
06 - Jeannie
07 - Rhythm And Groove
08 - Beer Can Alley
09 - Groove's Groove
10 - Function At The Junction
11 - Blues for Yna Yna
12 - Good Groove
13 - Boo
14 - Sunny
15 - Isole Natale
Time: 01:15:59

Part Three
01 - Grooveyard
02 - That Healin' Feelin'
03 - Blue Moon
04 - See See Rider
05 - There Will Never Be Another You
06 - Lee-Ann
07 - The Shadow of Your Smile
08 - Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me
09 - Summertime
10 - Irene Count
11 - The Walrus
12 - On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
Time: 01:15:24

Music selected by Funkyman
Radio Program - Special Playlist
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Thursday, 19 September 2013

MFS©™ Special - Mr.Richard Arnold Jackson: Richard "Groove" Holmes

Richard "Groove" Holmes
Real Name:
Richard Arnold Jackson


Thanks to Funkyman for the special (a monumental special of several hours) that will be posted on the website and will be aired on the radio in short ... I know that Claudio/Funkyman, like me, considered Holmes as one of the best organists of the jazz scene, and certainly this phenomenal powerful self-taught musician has left an indelible mark in the history of music. We both are avid fans and a lot of his esteem that we have toward him, that even a few years ago a nephew of Mr.Holmes wrote to us, when we had the blog on Wordpress, to make us remember the compliments and thank us for his grandfather. Needless to say, we stood so touched and honored to witness. What can we say ... pay tribute to the great Groove Holmes, a simple man with a great sense of humor, always in a good mood ... and ... with a slight presumption that say MFSRadio found only on these things ... so enjoy. Happy listening.

Profile:
b. May 2, 1931 - Camden, New Jersey
d. June 29, 1991 - St. Louis, Missouri
American jazz organist.
Influenced by sax players, like a lot of organ players. He teamed up with Jimmy McGriff for some organ battles on the Groove Merchant label, and recorded for Muse from 1977 to 1989 with, among others, Houston Person and Melvin Sparks. He also recorded some "straight" jazz sessions with Ben Webster, Gene Ammons and Houston Person.
From Discogs


Discography:
* After Hours (1961) (Pacific Jazz)
* Groovin' with Jug (1961) (Pacific Jazz)
* Somethin' Special (1962) (Pacific Jazz)
* Soul Message (1965) (Prestige)
* Misty (1965) (Prestige)
* Spicy (1966) (with Ivan "Boogaloo Joe" Jones)
* A Bowl of Soul (1967) (Loma)
* Get Up and Get It! (1967) (Prestige)
* Blue Groove (1967)
* Soul Power (1967) (Prestige)
* That Healin' Feelin' (1968)
* The Groover! (1968)
* Welcome Home (1969)
* Workin' on a Groovy Thing (1969)
* Come Together (1970) (with Ernie Watts)
* Night Glider (1973) (Groove Merchant)
* New Groove (1974) (Groove Merchant)
* Onsaya Joy (1974) (Live) (Flying Dutchman)
* Six Million Dollar man (1975) (Flying Dutchman)
* I'm in the Mood for Love (19??) (Flying Dutchman)
* Shippin' Out (1977) (Muse)
* Good Vibrations (1977) (Muse)
* Broadway (1980)
* Swedish Lullaby (1984)
* Blues All Day Long (1988)
* Hot Tat (1989)
* Groove's Groove (1991)

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Richard Arnold "Groove" Holmes (Camden, New Jersey, May 2, 1931 – St. Louis, Missouri, June 29, 1991) was an American jazz organist who performed in the hard bop and soul jazz genre. He is best known for his 1965 recording of "Misty", and is considered a precursor of acid jazz.
Holmes' first album, on Pacific Jazz with guest Ben Webster, was recorded in March 1961.
His sound was immediately recognizable in the upper register, but even more so because of his virtuosity in creating, undoubtedly, the most rapid, punctuating, and pulsating basslines of all the jazz organists.[citation needed]
Though he died at the age of 60, he established a recognition within the community of jazz organ giants of Jimmy Smith (The Sermon!), Brother Jack McDuff (A Real Good 'Un), Jimmy McGriff (I've Got a Woman).
He recorded many albums for Pacific Jazz, Prestige Records, Groove Merchant and Muse Records, many of which featured Houston Person.
Holmes died after a long struggle with prostate cancer, having performed his last concerts in a wheelchair. One of his last gigs was at the 1991 Chicago Blues Festival with his longtime friend, singer Jimmy Witherspoon. A year after his death, the Beastie Boys honoured Holmes by adding an organ-based instrumental track, Groove Holmes to their album Check Your Head.
From Wikipedia


Mr.Richard Arnold Jackson
(Richard ”Groove” Holmes)

One of the top jazz organists to emerge on the scene after Jimmy Smith’s initial success, Richard “Groove” Holmes (1931-1991) recorded a series of soul jazz sets for Prestige that helped set the direction for that label in the late 1960s.
Holmes worked in small clubs in the Pittsburgh and New Jersey area until he was discovered by Les McCann in 1960. After recording several sets for Pacific Jazz, he was signed to Prestige in 1965 and immediately had a jukebox hit with a catchy double-time version of “Misty.”
Groove Holmes recorded regularly for Prestige during 1965-1968. Soul Message includes “Misty” along with other medium-tempo ballads, soulful originals, and tunes with boogaloo rhythms. Misty repeats the hit and features some other catchy arrangements of standards. Blue Groove reissues two former LPs (Get Up & Get It and Soul Mist) and features such notable sidemen as tenor saxophonist Teddy Edwards, trumpeter Blue Mitchell, and guitarist Pat Martino. Groove Holmes’s final Prestige albums, The Groover and That Healin’ Feelin’, are reissued in full on his Legends of Acid Jazz. Saxophonist Rusty Bryant is a strong asset on the latter set.
Like many other organists in the mid-1970s, Holmes experimented a bit with electric keyboards. But he soon realized that his musical personality was really to be found on the organ so he switched back, staying active as one of the top organists on the soul-jazz scene until his death in 1991.
From Concord Music Group

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BiographyBy Alex Henderson & Steve Leggett (AMG)
Revered in soul-jazz circles, Richard "Groove" Holmes was an unapologetically swinging Jimmy Smith admirer who could effortlessly move from the grittiest of blues to the most sentimental of ballads. Holmes, a very accessible, straightforward and warm player who was especially popular in the black community, had been well respected on the Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey circuit by the time he signed with Pacific Jazz in the early '60s and started receiving national attention by recording with such greats as Ben Webster and Gene Ammons. Holmes, best known for his hit 1965 version of "Misty," engaged in some inspired organ battles with Jimmy McGriff in the early '70s before turning to electric keyboards and fusion-ish material a few years later. The organ was Holmes' priority in the mid- to late '80s, when he recorded for Muse (he also had stints throughout his career with Prestige Records and Groove Merchant) . Holmes was still delivering high-quality soul-jazz for Muse (often featuring tenor titan Houston Person) when a heart attack claimed his life at the age of 60 in 1991 after a long struggle with prostrate cancer. He was a musician to the end, playing his last shows in a wheelchair.
Visit also: Scott the Organfreak Web Page
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Sunday, 15 September 2013

Record Of The Week: Change - Heaven (Tony Johns & Dynamicron Edit)

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Change - Heaven 
(Tony Johns & Dynamicron Edit)

Release date: Oct 10, 2012
"Heaven (Tony Johns & Dynamicron Edit)" by Dynamicron
is licensed under a Creative Commons License

From the orginal Atlantic LP 19301 "Miracles":
Heaven Of My Life (Vocal)
Written-By – D. Romani, M. Malavasi, P. Gianolio, T. Willoughby 5:34
Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
Published By – Little Macho Music Co. Inc.
Arranged By, Conductor – David Romani, Mauro Malavasi, Paolo Gianolio
Executive-Producer – Jacques Fred Petrus, Mauro Malavasi
Producer – Jacques Fred Petrus, Mauro Malavasi

Dynamicron

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Pharaoh Podcast -The Ancient Astronauts Mix- 1st Orbit- Sep. 15th 2013

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Pharaoh Podcast -The Ancient Astronauts Mix
1st Orbit- Sep. 15th 2013 

Viny Dj Set (except *)

Tracklisting:
1 - Steve Moore - Lwaxana
2 - * Dalì (Leo Mas/Gemolotto/Farina/Rago) - A4 (A Tribute To The Highway) New Master 2012
3 - Millsart (Jeff Mills) - Every Dog Has Its Day Vol. 4 - B/1
4 - * Rick Wade - Emotional Conclusion
5 - Rick "The Godson" Wilhite - Techno Dust (Freedom School)
6 - Patrice Scott - Nostalgia (Sistrum)
7 - * KMFH - Westside Kooth
8 - Tyree - Lonely (No More) (Boogieman's Moody Mix)
9 - Sound Stream - Julie's Theme
10 - Maurice - Melody (Remix) Extended Mix
11 - Doug Willis - Spread Love (Expanded Mix)( Syndrum Syndrome EP)
12 - Mood II Swing pres. The Kiss - Heart Attack Track
13 - Sandee - Notice Me ( Magic Mix by Gino "Woody" Bianchi)
14 - * AXT - Don't You Wanna Be (Hammond Version)
15 - Dreams Unlimited - Cool Beat (Club)(Prod. by Ricky Montanari)
16 - Jus Friends - As One (Remix Dub) (Massive B) (Prod. by Bobby Konders)
17 - K Alexi - The Dancer ( Glenn Underground Remix)
18 - Kai Alce - Rabbit's Hole
19 - Rhythm Master - Virgin Eyes (Just Another Virgin)
20 - Rawthenticity - Obscure Business (Reg- O -Mix)
21 - The Prime Directive - Space: The Final Frontier (Prod. By Nemesis)

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Andy's Jazz Show #183

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Andy's Jazz Show #183


Show #183 Tracklisting:
Let The Music Play - Charles Earland 12" Single
Lowdown - Charles Earland from Intensity
Jeannine - Lonnie Smith from Finger-Lickin' Good
Work Song - Nina Simone from High Priestess Of Soul
Hobo Flats - Oliver Nelson from Fantabulous
We've Only Just Begun - Russell Malone from Playground
Smokin' In The Backyard - Martijn van Iterson from The Whole Bunch
Hoop Dreams - Joe Magnarelli from Hoop Dreams
Revival Of The Fittest - Eric Alexander from Revival Of The Fittest
Dear John Coltrane - The N.Y. Hardbop Quintet from A Mere Bag Of Shells
Song For The Newman - David Newman from Newmanism
3Play Harold Vick from Steppin' Out
Steppin' Out
Trimmed In Blue
Our Miss Brooks
Machine Gun - JTQ from Don't Mess With Mr T
Slum Goddess - Barbara Thompson's Jubiaba from Barbara Thompson's Jubiaba
Jive Samba - Berardi Jazz Connection
Royal Garden Blues - Branford Marsalis from Royal Garden Blues
Hold On I'm Comin' - Mongo Santamaria from Feelin' Alright
Four Corners - Inner Shade from 4 Corners
Hill St Blues - Rodney Franklin from Endless Flight
Heaven On Earth - James Carter from Heaven On Earth

Another great show , 2 hours of great groovy music.

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Saturday, 14 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: On The Bridge

MFSRadio Presents:
On The Bridge


Tracklisting:
01 Laid Back - Around The Park
02 Beatrice Simpson - Why
03 AM & Shawn Lee - Steppin' Out
04 Radio Utopia - Human Loss & Gain (feat. Bajka - Club Des Belugas Remix)
05 The Hi-Fly Orchestra - Hi-fidelity
06 Barry Adamson - Split
07 Sweet Potato - Crankshaft
08 Bossa Nostra - The Message From A Soul Sister (feat. Vicki Anderson)
09 Jojo Effect - Same Old Song
10 Jazzamor - 5 Times (Dedicated To Elmar)
11 Berardi Jazz Connection - Mr Rhodes
12 Jerome Van Rossum - Gravity of Soul
13 Black & Brown - Never Be There
14 Xaver Fischer Trio - The Day Before Tomorrow
15 Lemongrass - Speak Easy
16 Five Seasons - On The Bridge

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MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Friday, 13 September 2013

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 30-03-1976

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DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 30-03-1976


Tracklisting:
01) The Fantastic Four - Night People (1976)
02) Denise LaSalle - Express Yourself (1976)
03) David Matthews - You Keep Me Hanging On (1976)
04) Muscle Shoals Horns - Born To Get Down (Born To Mess Around) (1976)
05) Muscle Shoals Horns - Break Down (1976)
06) Richie Havens - Long Train Running (1976)
07) Manu Dibango - Big Blow (1976)
08) Ralph McDonald - Calypso Breakdown (1976)
09) Ekambi Brillant - Nyambe (1976)
11) Skull Snaps - I'm Your Rimp (1974)
12) Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft (1973)
13) Kay-Gee's - Hustle wit Every muscle [Theme From Party] (1974)

Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy
Total Time: 00:30:34
From the original Musicassette Tape
Remastered by DJ Miki

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MFSRadio Presents: Big City Beats Vol.9 Some Disco Nuts

BIG CITY BEATS VOL.9
MFSRadio Presents: 
Big City Beats Vol.9
(Some Disco Nuts)


Tracklisting:
1. Eli's Second Coming - Love Chant
2. Instant Funk - Slap Slap Lickedy Lap
3. Isley Brothers - I Wanna Be With You
4. James Brown - Superbad, Superslick
5. Bionic Boogie - Hot Butterfly
6. John Gibbs - Jouvert
7. Brass Construction - Right Place
8. Roundtree - Get On Up (Get On Down)
9. Crown Heights Affair - Say A Prayer For Two
10. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra - Up Jumped The Devil (M&M Mix)
11. Shotgun - Skate

Note:
Music selected by JP The Ape Man & The MFSRadio Equipe
Total Time: 00:59:34
Radio Program/ Music by JP ''The Ape Man''
The ''Big City Beats'' Series - A My Favourite Sound© Radio/Inagroove© Records Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Jazz Funk & Psychedelic: Wade Marcus - A New Era

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Wade Marcus
”A New Era”
( LP Cotillion Records, 1971 )
Catalog # SD 9043

Tracklisting:
A1 Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin (3:31)
Guitar [Solo] – Eric Gale
Written-By – Sylvester Stewart
A2 Magic Moments (3:12)
Written-By – Bobby Marcus
A3 Lush Life (4:01)
Violin [Solo] – Gene Orloff
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
A4 Spinning Wheel (3:54)
Written-By – David Clayton Thomas
A5 Something (3:35)
Organ [Solo] – Richard Tee
Written-By – George Harrison
A6 Lost In A Pool Of Red (4:10)
Guitar [Solo] – Vincent Bell
Piano [Solo] – Paul Griffin
Written-By – Beatrice Verdi, Pamela Joan Sawyer
B1 Feelin’ Alright (3:24)
Piano [Solo] – Paul Griffin
Written-By – Dave Mason
B2 A New Era (5:32)
Written-By – Alice C. Marcus
B3 Make It With You (3:30)
Guitar [Solo] – Vincent Bell
Written-By – David Gates
B4 A Time For Us (4:35)
Harp [Solo] – Gene Bianco
Written-By – Eddie Snyder, Larry Kusik , Nino Rota
B5 This World (3:10)
Piano [Solo] – Paul Griffin
Written-By – Gary William Friedman , Herb Schapiro

Personnel & Credits:
Bass – George Duvivier (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4), Jerry Jemmott (tracks: A1, A4 to B3, B5)
Cello – Alan Shulman, Anthony Sophos, Charles McCracken, George Ricci
Congas – John Rodriguez
Drums – Herbert Lovelle (tracks: A1, A4 to B3, B5), Jimmy Johnson (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4)
Engineer [Re-mix] – Don Casale , Joe Messina
Engineer [Recording] – Don Casale, Gene Paul
Flute – Hubert Laws (tracks: A2, A4, B2)
Guitar – Eric Gale , Vincent Bell
Harp – Corky Hale, Gene Bianco
Keyboards – Paul Griffin , Richard Tee
Percussion – Gordon “Specs” Powell
Producer – Brad Shapiro, Dave Crawford
Viola – Alfred Brown, Emanuel Vardi , Harold Coletta, Selwart Clark
Violin – Carmel Malin, David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Gayle Dixon,
Gene Orloff, Henri Aubert, Joe Malin, Julien Barber, Peter Buonconsiglio,
Sanford Allen, Winston Collymore

Notes:
Recorded at Atlantic Recording Studio, New York,
NY and Decca Recording Studio, New York, NY
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1971

Note: Vinyl rip by Smooth.

Review:
I just picked up A New Era on my trip out East. When I got it and saw the cover I realized that a copy had been sitting up on a wall of a local record store for several years. The moral of the story, pay better attention to those walls! The album is best known for a rousing instrumental version of Spinning Wheel with a drum break into and a great flute melody. But there’s more. Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin, Feelin Alright and This World are all good soul-jazz tunes. A New Era starts off very mellow with Hubert Laws leading the band with his flute into what might seem to be a very non-descript jazz song. Then, out of nowhere, there’s a drum break followed by congas as the song turns towards a cop show type theme. There’s a second drum and conga break towards the end.
By Motown67 (Soul Strut)

Don Casale’s (Engineer on this LP) note:
I remember engineering this album, and it is a fond memory. Great players all around, and Wade Marcus was one of the nicest and most talented artists in the music business. This is a real good album, and I’m glad to see people still enjoying it. Engineer Gene Paul’s work on this album is excellent, too. It’s an honor to share a credit with him.

wade_back

''Spinning Wheel''

''Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin''


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Monday, 9 September 2013

Record Of The Week: Think Twice Sean McCabe Remix

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Think Twice
Sean McCabe Remix
Sean McCabe, JD73

Z Records
CAT.#ZEDD12138

Leeds based keyboard whizz Dan Goldman undoubtedly delivered one of the soul albums of 2010 in the shape of JD73s Pure Gold cd which topped Solar Radios Sweet Rhythms Chart for over a month. Now we give you some blazing hot remixes of two of the prime cuts. Think Twice featuring Ella May (who has previously featured with Nightmares On Wax) gets given the bumpy soulful house treatment from ever reliable Sean McCabe. Check out his similarly 90s garage style dub too. Tornado Wallace has been making a name with some high quality releases on labels like Delusions of Grandeur. He takes the instrumental Into The Night into more hypnotic territory but retains the original musicality and jazziness Last is Dans own extended take of the CDs 80s boogie style Round And Round, complete with plenty of D Train style riffs and punchy brass. DJ Reactions: Groove Armada - Gotta love it Ashley Beedle - Feeling the JD73 Extended Mix. In the wallet. Deetron - Tornado's remix is great! Danny Krivit Great Mark Knight - Lovin Tornado Wallace at the moment, a class act Kiko Navarro - Loving the Tornado Wallace remix and that awesome piano solo Jimpster - Tornado mix sounds great Graeme Park - This is a wonderful, delightful, delicious, groovy piece of infectious fabness. Thank you. It's brilliant. DJ Meme - Excellent song and a great remix. All tracks are state of the art, considering what we see around nowadays. CJ Mackintosh - Loving Mr. McCabe's Remixes :) DJ Spen - Sean McCabe does it again!!!! Groove Assassin - Supa tight package! McCabe mixes are SLAM JAM! Love the Tornado Wallace & JD73 mixes too. Full support ! Robert Owens - All tracks are great Tony Rodriguez - A BANGER - tight EP!!!! Love it man :O) Halo - Tornado Wallace mix is the one David Dunne - Very nice indeed.


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Sunday, 8 September 2013

Al Kent Classic Disco Mixtape. August 2013

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Al Kent Classic Disco Mixtape. August 2013

Almost three hours of classic disco. With a twist.

Million Dollar Disco
Al Kent

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Saturday, 7 September 2013

MFSRadio Presents: Got Drunk

MFSRadio Presents:
Got Drunk


Tracklisting:
01 Collective Soul - Heavy
02 Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - Nutbush City Limits
03 Sena Ehrhardt - Man Up
04 Bachman - Tailspin
05 John Fogerty - Fortunate Son (With Foo Fighters)
06 Van Halen - Dance The Night Away
07 Paul Pena - A Bit Of All Right
08 The Delta Saints - Liar
09 Bad Brad & The Fat Cats - Got Drunk
10 Poppa Steve - Mississippi Juke Joint
11 Jimbo Ross - The Hunter
12 Eugenio Finardi - Holyland
13 Perry & The Pumpers - How Come My Bulldog Don't Bark?
14 Smokehouse - Big Mistake
15 Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones - I Want You To Be My Baby
16 The Notting Hillbillies - Run Me Down
17 Willy DeVille - Even While I Sleep

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A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2013
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Andy's Jazz Show Updates #181 & #182

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Andy's Jazz Show Updates #181 & #182


Show #181:
OGD (Road Song) Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery (Thievery Corp Rework) from Sounds from The Verve Hi-Fi.
Something Wicked - Spencer Day from The Mystery Of You.
Sticks - Canonball Adderley from The Best Of.
A Nick Off The Mark - Terrell Stafford from Takin' Chances (Live).
Woman Of The World - Donald Byrd from Street Lady.
Soul Dance - Norman Brown from Stay With Me.
Hammertones - The LA 4 from Live At Montreux.
Things You Do - Bobby Watson from Tailor Made.
Perfect Stranger - Carmen Lundy from Good Morning Kiss.
For Minors Only - Chet Baker from Live In Tokyo.
Straighten Up And Fly Right - George Benson from Inspiration.
3Play from The New Gary Burton Quartet Album Guided Tour.
Monkfish / Caminos / Once Upon A Summertime.
Birdland - Jazz Jamaica from Blue Beat Vol 2.
Room 335 - Larry Carlton (Sampler).
Here I Go - Ethan Farmer (Sampler).
A Day In The Life - Chocolate Snow from Midwest Funk.
Baltimore Oriole - Lorez Alexandria from Break 'N' Bossa 7.
Won't You Open Up Your Senses - Horace Silver from Blue Note Revisited.
Tight Times - Jimmy McGriff from Electric Funk.
Daisy Mae - Raul De Souza from Strut 'N' Get Up.
Unicorn - Dizzy Gillespie from Mastercuts Classic Jazz Funk.

Show #182:
Debits 'N' Credits / Green's Greenery - Jesse Van Ruller from European Quartet.
I'm Walkin' Jimmy McGriff from Countdown
The Sermon - Jimmy Smith from The Sermon
Five Spot After Dark - Joey DeFrancesco from Wonderful! Wonderful!
Alone Again (Naturally) - Fred Wesley from The Lost Album.
Billy Jean - Jimmy Ponder from Mean Streets No Bridges.
Sky - Bluey from Leap Of Faith.
3Play Jazz Jamaica from Blue Beat Vol 1
Recado Bossa Nova / Moanin'/ The Sidewinder.
Out Of It - Harold Vick from Commitment.
Generation Y - Aaron Diehl from The Bespoke Man's Narrative.
Five For Max - Roy Brooks from The Free Slave.
Try To Touch Me / Rehab - Jacky Terrasson from Gouache.
The 'In' Crowd - Brian Auger from Steampacket.
Mirage - The Brian Landrus Kaleidoscope from Mirage.

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It says 180 but it is Show 181,Honest!

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Show 182

Comments / Feedback welcomed as usual. Cheers.
Andysjazzshow@gmail.com

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