Monday, 29 December 2014

Record Of The Week: Sammy Gordon & The Hip Huggers - Making Love

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Sammy Gordon & The Hip Huggers
Making Love


Label: Greg Records - G-201
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1976
Time: 7:02

Credits:
Arranged By – P. Adams
Producer – Bill Kamarra, Greg Carmichael, William Sanders
Written-By – F. Hauser, G. Carmichael, P. Adams
Published By – Sug-Sug Music
Published By – Delyles Music
Mastered At – Masterdisc

Notes:
GREG RECORDS INC.
DISCO MIX
Sug-Sug Music (ASCAP)
Delyles Music BMI
1976
Prod. For LuLu Productions
3211 Paulding Ave. Bronx, N. Y. 10469

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Thursday, 25 December 2014

Pharaoh Meets We Are Mam - B4XMas Winter Melody Mix

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Pharaoh Meets We Are Mam
B4XMas Winter Melody Mix


Tracklisting:
1- 291out Vol. 7 – La Caccia (Really Swing / 2014)
2- Dominique Guiot – Les Pingouins S'Amusent (Chicago 2000/CRCEdition / 1979)
3- Pignatelli / Morante / Marangolo / Simonetti – Supermarket - From Original Soundtrack Zombi (Dawn of the dead / 1979)
4- Love Committee – Give Her Love (Gold Mind Records, 1978)
5- Main Source – Peace Is Not The Word To Play (EMI Records, 1991)
6- Sean Khan feat. Omar - Don’t Let The Sun Go Down (4Hero Dub) ( FarOut Rec., 2014)
7- Bruno Howart (Mr President) – Shitty Lines (Favorite Rec., 2014)
8- Tasha Thomas - You Put The Music In Me (Atlantic Rec., 1979)
9- NAS1 - I Don’t Mind – (Bosconi Extra Virgin, 2014)
10- Twice – Spirit (Edit) ( Black Aroma Vol. 6/ Blend It!, 2013)
11- The Salsoul Orchestra – You’re Just The Right Size ( Salsoul Rec., 1975)
12- Jon Cutler & Michael Warford – Watch Gonna Do (Distant Music Mix) (MN2S, 2005)
13- Blaze - Found Love (Fanatix Vocal Mix) (Blaze Imprints, 2007)
14- Painel De Controle – Relax ( RCA, 1979)
15- Kenny Lattimore - Days like This (Nuyorican Soul Mix) (Sony Music, 1998)
16- Don Carlos & Michelle Weeks - Take Me Higher (Dave Warrin Mix) (Irma Unlimited, 2003)
17- Paul Simpson pres The Carlos Sanchez Movement – Love And Respect ( Joe’s Spiritual Healing Version) (Maxi Rec., 1997)
18- Jephté Guillame - Onè Respè ( Tèt Kalé Flavor Mix) (Kaleidiascope, 1994)
19- The Last Minister - We Talk Romance (Rec In Pause/Irma, 2000)
20- Studio Apartment feat. Terrance Downs – We Are Lonely (Studio Apartment Original Mix) ( King Street Sounds, 2005)
21- Aquarian Dream - You’re A Star (WEA Rec., 1977)
22- Donna Summer - Winter Melody (Casablanca Rec., 1976)

Selected and Mixed by Simona Faraone e Marco Celeri

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MFSRadio Presents: Summertime In My Mind

MFSRadio Presents:
''Summertime In My Mind''


Tracklisting:
01 Kiyo*Sen - Ladies Talk
02 Fortadelis - Convergence
03 Native - Influence From The Earth
04 Nils Krogh - Things We Do (Nicola Conte Deep Jazz Rework)
05 Earth, Wind & Fire - My Promise
06 U-Nam - City Lights
07 Karl Denson - I Want the Funk
08 RAS - Diggin'
09 Blu-Swing - Sunset (Seikou Nagaoka Remix Radio Edit)
10 The Rurals - Summertime in My Mind (feat. Rowan)
11 Definite Option - When Marc Goes
12 Andy Compton - In Time (feat. Diviniti)
13 Embee - Retty
14 Neo Soul Acid Jazz Collective - Five Pass Midnight

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2014
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 22 December 2014

Record Of The Week: L.T.D. - Groove For A Little While

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L.T.D.
''Groove For A Little While''


Notes:
Written-By – Jeffrey Osborne
3:21
From the Album:
L.T.D. – Gittin' Down
Label: A&M Records – SP-3660
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1974

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Saturday, 20 December 2014

Various Artists - The Faboulous Disco Hits Compiled by JP

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Various Artists 
''The Faboulous Disco Hits Compiled by JP''
(Compilation)


Tracklisting:
01 - Edgar Winter - Above & Beyond (12'' Version)
02 - G&Q - Disco Nights (Rock Freak) (12'' Version)
03 - Cloud One - Atmosphere Strutt (12'' Remix Version Pt.1)
04 - Ish - Don't Stop (12'' Version)
05 - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Bad Luck (12'' Version)
06 - Dynasty - I Don't Want To Be A Freak (12'' Version)
07 - Edwin Birdsong - Rapper Dapper Snapper (Pt.1) (12'' Version)
08 - Gary Toms Empire - 7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (Blow Your Whistle) (7'' Disco Version)
09 - Keith Barrow - Turn Me Up (Album Version)
10 - Cloud One - Atmosphere Strutt (Remix Version Pt.2)
11 - Kebekelektric - War Dance (Album Version)

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Thursday, 18 December 2014

MFSRadio Presents: Good Songs Never Get Old

MFSRadio Presents:
''Good Songs Never Get Old''



Tracklisting:
01 Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle
02 Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
03 Patti Smith - People Have The Power
04 Bliss - I Hear You Call
05 Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill
06 Chris Isaak - Somebody's Crying
07 Beth Orton - Central Reservation [Spiritual Life - Ibadan Remix]
08 Billy Bragg - Greetings To The New Brunette
09 Paul Simon - You Can Call Me Al
10 Toni Childs - Stop Your Fussin'
11 The Waterboys - The Whole Of The Moon
12 Paul Young - Love Of The Common People
13 Stevie Nicks - Enchanted
14 The Clash - Rock The Casbah
15 Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out
16 Manu Chao - Je Ne T'Aime Plus

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2014
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 15 December 2014

Record Of The Week: Davis Import - I'm Glad You're Mine

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Davis Import
''I'm Glad You're Mine''


Label: AVI Records AVI-12-198-D
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Country: US
Released: 1978
Time: 8:00

Credits:
Engineer – Stu Walder

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Thursday, 11 December 2014

MFSRadio Presents: Brownest Eyes

MFSRadio Presents:
''Brownest Eyes''



Tracklisting:
01 LHA - Free & Hypnotize (Mash-up Remix)
02 Alysha Brilla - Rescue (Feat. Mic Dainjah)
03 Funk Como Le Gusta - Sem amor
04 The Gene Dunlap Band - There's Talk
05 Beef Wellington - Moog Rock
06 Tim Deluxe Orchestrates - Feelings
07 Fred Everything - Brothers & Sisters (PM Atlantic)
08 Bebo Best & The Super Lounge Orchestra - Bossamba Jazz
09 Fresh Andy & Renegades Of Jazz - Subream (Bassdanse Mix)
10 Smoove - Brownest Eyes
11 Loopez & Renegades Of Jazz - Jungle Haze
12 Daniel Grau - Tren del Espacio
13 Art of Tones - I Don't Think That's Music
14 Tim Deluxe Orchestrates - So What!
15 Rebelinx - Don't Make Me Cry (feat. Sheri Stewart)
16 Los Stellarians - I Can't Understand You

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2014
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 8 December 2014

Record Of The Week: Fred Wesley & The JB's - Rockin' Funky Watergate - Part I & Part II

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Fred Wesley & The JB's
Rockin' Funky Watergate
Part I & Part II

Notes:
Time: 5:10
Label: People Records – PE 643
Format: Vinyl, 7", Single
Country: US
Released: 1974

Credits:
Arranged By, Producer – James Brown
Engineer – Bob Both
Written-By – Deidre Brown

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Wednesday, 3 December 2014

MFSRadio Presents: Girl's Best Friend

MFSRadio Presents:
''Girl's Best Friend''



Tracklisting:
01 John Newman - Love Me Again
02 Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk ft. Bruno Mars
03 Nikki Yanofsky - Necessary Evil
04 Good Co - Baby Blue
05 Dimie Cat - I Wanna Be Like You (The Jungle Book)
06 Alysha Brilla - Closer
07 Meghan Trainor - Title
08 Dame Shirley Bassey - Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend feat. Paloma Faith
09 Lucy Woodward - He Got Away
10 Laura Vane - Good Morning
11 Taylor Swift - Shake It Off
12 Sara Lugo - Really Like You ft. Protoje
13 Alysha Brilla - Womyn
14 Joe Cang - Long Time Dead
15 Yesking - Secret King
16 Sylvia - Sweet Stuff

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2014
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 1 December 2014

Record Of The Week: The J.B.'s - All Aboard The Soul Funky Train

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The J.B.'s
''All Aboard The Soul Funky Train''


Label: People Records - PE 663
Format: Vinyl, 7"
Country: US
Released: 1975
Time: 4:30
Arranged By – James Brown
Engineer – Bob Both
Producer – James Brown

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Sunday, 30 November 2014

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 30 -03-1976

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DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 30 -03-1976


Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy
Total Time: 00:43:26
From the original Musicassette Tape
Remastered by DJ Miki

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Pharaoh Meets We Are Mam # 4 -In The Ghetto Mix -Nov, 24th 2014

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Pharaoh Meets We Are Mam # 4
In The Ghetto Mix -Nov, 24th 2014


Tracklisting:
1- Ramsey Lewis – Legacy a)Toccata ( Legacy – LP) (Columbia / 1978)
2- Parker Madicine - Life On Mars - Contemporary Theories Ep (Ct-Hi / 2014)
3- Shalamar – Pop Along Kid (Solar / 1980)
4- John Davis & The Monster Orchestra / Lucy Hawkins – I Can't Stop (Kenny Dope Remix) (Nervous Records / 2004)
5- Denroy Morgan – I'll Do Anything For You (Instrumental) (Becket Records / 1981)
6- Riccio – Flute (Editorial #10) (Editorial / 2014)
7- Cricco Castelli - Life Has Changed (Aroma / 1998)
8- Peven Everett – Stuck (Groove Assassin's Pow-Er Re-Rub) (Soul Heaven Records / 2006)
9- Boogie Nite – Make Me Hot (Boogie Nite's Un-Plugged Mix) (Glenview Records Inc. / 2013)
10- Jamiroquai – Emergency On Planet Earth (Fingertips Dub)(Columbia / 1993)
11- Franck Roger – Say You Love Me (Dubthrumental) (Seasons Limited / 2006)
12- Jersey Maestros – Keep On (Original Mix) (Generate Music / 2003)
13- 22 Large – Take Me Away (Johnny Jazz Jam) (Vinylla Records / 1992)
14- Joni Coleman Love Games (Club Mix) (Garage Trax 3 - The Garage Sound Of Easy Street Records) (Garage Trax / 1989)
15- Trina – Joy (Q's Shelter Instrumental Remix) (Restricted Access / 2005)
16- Infinity Feat. Malik – Back 2 Chicago Part. 2 (Smitty Remix) (King Street Sounds / 2004)
17- Patti LaBelle – New Day (Louie Vega Dance Ritual Dub)(Def Soul Classics / 2004)
18- We Are Mam - Free Love (Forthcoming on Legendary Sound Research)
19- Kerri Chandler – Climax 1 (Atmosphere E.P. Vol. 1) (Shelter Records / 1993)
20- Vice Versa Feat. Michael Watford – I'm Coming Home (Vocal Mix) (Azuli Records / 1997)
21- Deep Sensation - Soul Heaven (Instrumental) (Guidance Recordings / 1998)
22- Milton Hamilton - Crystalized (Disco Madness - LP) (Disko-Mania / 1976)
23- Gotham - Is It Big Enough For Ya (My Love, My Love) (Aurum Records / 1980)
24- Onyx - Thangz Changed (LP Version-Dirty)(EastWest / 1996)
25- Eric B. & Rakim – In The Ghetto (Promo) (MCA Records / 1990)
26- Guru - Loungin' (Jazzmatazz Volume: 1) (Chrysalis / 1993)
27- Marxman – Ship Ahoy (Spartan Mix)(Talkin' Loud / 1992)
28- The Last Poets - What Will You Do (Get Back / 2003)
29- Norma Jean - Saturday (Bearsville / 1978)
30- The Crusaders - Street Life (MCA Records / 1979)

New Upload "Pharaoh Meets We Are Mam Series"
Includes We Are Mam /"Free Love" from forthcoming Legendary Sound Research 017, Vinyl out in December.

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MFSRadio Presents: Beautiful Waste of Time

MFSRadio Presents:
''Beautiful Waste of Time''



Tracklisting:
01 The Brehms - Ciao Ciao
02 Mondo Grosso - Blues For Brother George Jackson
03 Alexia Coley - Beautiful Waste of Time (Smoove Remix)
04 Euforquestra feat. Elliot Martin - The Price Is Right
05 Garami Funky Staff - Péntek Éjszaka (Jazzy Mix)
06 Gramatik - Loungin'
07 Horndogz - Movin' On (feat. Ty, Breis & Peeda)
08 Crown City Rockers - B-Boy
09 Ralf Gum - With Her Hand (feat. Hugh Masekela)
10 Monodeluxe - Only for Love
11 Buscemi - Cheio de Certezas feat. Aline Lua
12 Lionel Hampton - Hey-Ba-Ba-Re-Bop
13 Sarah Vaughan - Peter Gunn
14 Beat Funktion - Bongo Universe
15 The Blaxound - The Love I Was Given
16 Gregg Karukas - GK's Funky Joint (feat. Euge Groove)

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2014
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 24 November 2014

Record Of The Week: Bumblebee Unlimited - Lady Bug (Acetate Unreleased Version)

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Bumblebee Unlimited
Lady Bug 
(Acetate Unreleased Version)


By John Morales
Time: 10:07
Reel to reel edits and medleys by the hand of John Morales. He made them between 1977 and 1982 and they were then released on acetate by the legendary NYC Sunshine Sound studios. 

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Friday, 21 November 2014

Pharaoh Selecta - Angel Dust - November, 21th 2014

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Pharaoh Selecta
Angel Dust - November, 21th 2014


Tracklisting:
1 – Jazzmatazz Volume 1 - Introduction
2 - Bassik Grooove – Hi Tides
3 – Essa - Sorry
4 – CN-NU - Hathor
5 – Julian Bahula’s Jazz Afrika – Woza Cindi
6 – Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson – Angel Dust
7 – Riccio – Put Some Love In Your Life
8 – Sharon Redd – Beat The Street (Shep Pettibone 12 ‘’ Remix)
9 – Ron Hardy Edits # 11 – Donnie
10 – Omar S – Serving Cavi On 18 And Garfield
11 – Jungle Wonz - Time Marches On (Just Right Dub)
12 – Seven Davis Jr – P.A.R.T.Y. – SDJR feat. Mezmawho
13 – Untitled
14 – Floating Points – Arp 3
15 – Jerry Mc Allister – Breathless
16 – The Foreign Exchange – The Moment/Can’t Around
17 – Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield – People Hold On / The Blaze Mix (New Jersey Jazz Mix )
18 – Maste C and J – Master Of Love (Satisfaction Guaranteed) Jesse N.Y.C. Mix
19 – Katsumi Hidano - Thank You , Larry (La Ronde II)
20 – Aural – Desire (Fabrice Africa Pain)
21 – Seun Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80 – You Can R un
22 – Sun Ra and His Myth- Science Arkestra - Nubia

(Artwork: Ana Noble)

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Thursday, 20 November 2014

From The Jungle, The Real Jungle (Afro-Centric Way Of Life): The Jungle Brothers - Straight Out The Jungle (1988)

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The Jungle Brothers

Jungle Brothers were formed through the high school friendship of Nathaniel "Afrika Baby Bam" Hall and Michael "Mike G." Small. Mike brought family friend DJ Sammy B into the mix and the Jungle Brothers were born. Members: Nathaniel Hall, Michael Small, and Sammy Burwell.
Jungle Brothers are Mike Gee, Afrika Baby Bam, DJ Sammy B.

When it comes to thinking about the ‘Daisy Age’ of positive old school rap, the name De La Soul invariably pops up in people’s heads, with the group’s legendary LP ‘3 Feet High and Rising’ synonymous with the bouncy, day-glo notion of ‘hippie-hop’. Fewer seem to be acquainted with that other trio who pioneered the genre, the Jungle Brothers. Jungle Brothers pre-date De La Soul in being disputably the first hip-hop collective to heavily embrace jazz samples, filling their first record ‘Straight Out The Jungle’ with cuts from greats as diverse as The Headhunters, Grover Washington, Jr., Manu Dibango and Eddie Harris. As well as their affinity for jazz, the shear breadth of their code of reference was staggering, with post-disco oddballs Liquid Liquid, power-pop powerhouses Electric Light Orchestra and Muslim civil rights activist spiel poet Jalaluddin Mansur Nuriddin all struggling for prominence amid the mellow flows.
The far-out beats and rhymes of this first LP helped the trio accrue a cult following, and although sales were disappointing, Warner Bros. signed the band for sophomore effort ‘Done By The Forces of Nature’. More excitingly artistically, the three became well known enough to form a coalition of artists in thrall to the Zulu Nation hip-hop of their hero Afrika Bambaataa. Christening the collective ‘Native Tongues’, De La Soul, Queen Latifah and A Tribe Called Quest all eventually pulled rank. The major label release of ‘Done By The Forces of Nature’ was a commercial failure, but a critical success, with collaborations with the burgeoning ‘Native Tongues’ bolstering a widescreen afrocentric treatise, incorporating a panoply of samples and overseen with fresh house production. This shaking of hands between house and hip-hop still echoes today, with the commercial chart side of rap and R&B infatuated with the sounds of continental dance.

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''Behind The Bush''

More importantly, the politics and black positivism of the LP never feel righteous or dominating, as the multi-cultural sampling and invigorating, funky beats offer an innocent, danceable urban naturalism more palatable than the almost militant gospel of more hardcore groups cut from the same cloth such as Public Enemy. Creating African pop with a definite sense of the New York around it, the group’s life-affirming, spiritual sound was as conscious as it was groovy, as street-wise as it was funky, and as thought-provoking as it was ass-shaking. What’s more, rifling through their samples will invite you to a whole universe of afrocentric soul, funk and R&B. Too long have they lain in the shadow of those they influenced, so check them out.

Influences: Afrika Bambaataa, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Marvin Gaye.
Influenced: OutKast, Mos Def, The Fugees, Jurassic 5.
Sample Lyric: ‘No matter what size shape or colour / We can jam and enjoy each other’.
From Nouse.com

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Jungle Brothers
''Straight Out The Jungle''
(LP Warlock Records, 1988)
Catalog # WAR-2704


Tracklisting & Hide Credits:
A1 Straight Out The Jungle
A2 What's Going On
A3 Black Is Black
Featuring – Q-Tip
A4 Jimbrowski
Featuring – Red Alert
A5 I'm Gonna Do You
B1 On The Run
B2 Behind The Bush
B3 Because I Got It Like That
B4 Braggin & Boastin
B5 Sounds Of The Safari
B6 Jimmy's Bonus Beat

Credits:
Engineer – Andre DeBourg
Producer – Jungle Brothers
Scratches – DJ Sammy B

Notes:
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:1988
Original pressing on gray Warlock label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Barcode (Text): 0 26656-2704-1 3
Barcode (Scanned): 026656270413

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''Black Is Black''

JB's Main Discography:
Straight out the Jungle (1988), Warlock
Done by the Forces of Nature (1989), Warner Bros.
J Beez Wit the Remedy (1993), Warner Bros.
Raw Deluxe (1997), Gee Street/V2/BMG Records
V.I.P. (2000), Gee Street/V2/BMG Records
All That We Do (2002), Jungle Brothers
You in My Hut Now (2003), XYZ
This is... (Greatest hits) (2005), Nurture Records/Groove
I Got You (2006), Pinoeer Records

Review by Steve Huey (AMG):
The landmark opening salvo from the Jungle Brothers, Straight out the Jungle was also the very first album from the Native Tongues posse, which would utterly transform hip-hop over the next few years. That alone would be enough to make it a groundbreaking release, but Straight out the Jungle also contains the musical seeds for a number of soon to be dominant trends. Their taste for jazzy horn samples helped kickstart the entire jazz-rap movement, and their concurrent James Brown fixation was one of the first to follow Eric B. & Rakim's lead. Plus, the group's groundbreaking collaboration with legendary house producer Todd Terry, "I'll House You," is also here; it paved the way for numerous hip-house hybrids that shot up the dance and pop charts over the next few years. The lyrics were often as cerebral as the music was adventurous and eclectic, appealing to the mind rather than the gut -- and the fact that rap didn't necessarily have to sound as though it were straight off the streets was fairly revelatory at the time. "Black Is Black" and the title cut are some of the first flowerings of Afrocentric hip-hop, but the group isn't always so serious; "I'm Gonna Do You," "Behind the Bush," and the sly, classic "Jimbrowski" are all playfully sexy without descending into misogyny. To modern ears, Straight out the Jungle will likely sound somewhat dated -- the raw, basement-level production is pretty rudimentary even compared to their second album, and makes the jazz-rap innovations a bit difficult to fully comprehend, plus the album ends on several throwaways. But it is possible to hear the roots of hip-hop's intellectual wing, not to mention a sense of fun and positivity that hearkened back to the music's earliest Sugar Hill days -- and that's why Straight out the Jungle ultimately holds up.

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''Because I Got It Like That''

'Bout The Re-Issue LP:
Reissue of this legendary album by the third star in the original Native Tongues trinity. Pre the first De La and Tribe LPs, and a hint of all the great stuff that was to come, you know – jazzy beats, nice rhymes, straight butter all the way through. Plus an amazing bonus track that was not originally on the first LP: "The Promo" featuring a verse from Q-Tip, his first-ever appearance on wax, a full year before the first Tribe Called Quest single. Tracks include "On the Run", "Straight Out the Jungle", "Black Is Black", "Braggin & Boastin", "Behind The Bush", "Because I Got It Like That", "I'll House You", and "Jimbrownski".
© 1996-2014, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

Biography by John Bush (AMG):
Although they predated the jazz-rap innovations of De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, and Digable Planets, the Jungle Brothers were never able to score with either rap fans or mainstream audiences, perhaps due to their embrace of a range of styles -- including house music, Afrocentric philosophy, a James Brown fixation, and of course, the use of jazz samples -- each of which has been the sole basis for the start-up of a rap act. Signed to a major label for 1989's Done by the Forces of Nature, the JB's failed to connect on that album -- hailed by some as an ignored classic -- or the follow-up, J Beez Wit the Remedy.
Mike Gee (born Michael Small; Harlem, NY), DJ Sammy B (born Sammy Burwell; Harlem, NY), and Baby Bam (born Nathaniel Hall; Brooklyn, NY) came together as the Jungle Brothers in the mid-'80s and began their recording career at the dance label Idler. The result of the sessions, Straight Out the Jungle, was released in early 1988. The album's Afrocentric slant gained the Jungle Brothers entry into the Native Tongue Posse, a loose collective formed by hip-hop legend Afrikaa Bambaataa, including Queen Latifah (and, later, De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest). The album's most far-out cut was "I'll House You," a collaboration with house producer Todd Terry and an early experiment in what later became known as hip-house.
Though Straight Out the Jungle had not sold in large quantities, Warner Bros. signed the trio in 1989 and released a second album, Done By the Forces of Nature, that same year. Though it was issued around the time of De La Soul's groundbreaking 3 Feet High and Rising LP and gained just as many positive reviews, the album was overlooked by most listeners. The Jungle Brothers' chances of mainstream acceptance weren't helped at all by a four-year absence after the release of Done By the Forces of Nature, inspired mostly by Warner Bros.' marketing strategies. Finally, in the summer of 1993, J Beez Wit the Remedy appeared, complete with a sizeable push from Warner Bros.; unfortunately, the large amount of promotion failed to carry the album. Obviously not learning from their earlier mistakes, Warner Bros. also delayed the release of the group's fourth album, Raw Deluxe, until mid-1997. V.I.P. followed in early 2000, and All That We Do was released in 2002.

Jungle Brothers Sounds Of Safari


''The Promo''


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Wednesday, 19 November 2014

MFSRadio Presents: Queen Bitch

MFSRadio Presents:
''Queen Bitch''



Tracklisting:
01 Suzi Quatro - Can The Can
02 The Sweet - Blockbuster
03 T.Rex - 20th Century Boy
04 Geordie  - Can You Do It
05 Slade - Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me
06 Chicory Tip - Cigarettes, Women And Wine
07 Mud - Tiger Feet
08 Be Bop Deluxe - Third Floor Heaven
09 Alice Cooper - Long Way To Go
10 Kiss - Rock And Roll All Nite
11 Roxy Music - Virginia Plain
12 David Bowie - Queen Bitch
13 Sparks - Something For The Girl With Everything
14 Mott the Hoople - All The Way From Memphis
15 Silverhead - 16 And Savaged
16 Status Quo - Down Down
17 Showaddywaddy - Windows
18 Queen - Killer Queen

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Monday, 17 November 2014

Record Of The Week: The Clash - The Magnificent Dance

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The Clash
The Magnificent Dance

Label: Epic 48-02036
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 1/3 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1981
Time: 5:36

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Sunday, 16 November 2014

Eating Mango: Mandrill - Just Outside Of Town (Polydor Rec.1973)

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Mandrill
''Just Outside Of Town''
(LP Polydor Records, 1973)
Catalog # PD 5059


Tracklisting & Hide Credits:
A1 Mango Meat
Written-By – Wilson Bros. 4:32
A2 Never Die
Written-By – Mandrill 3:22
A3 Love Song
Written-By – Wilson Bros. 5:45
A4 Interlude 0:18
A5 Fat City Strut
Written-By – Claude "Coffee" Cave 3:20
B1 Two Sisters Of Mystery
Written-By – Neftali Santiago 3:40
B2 Africus Retrospectus
Written-By – Wilson Bros. 7:46
B3 She Ain't Lookin' Too Tough
Written-By – Fudgie Kae 4:58
B4 Aspiration Flame
Written-By – Omar Mesa 5:05

Personnel & Credits:
Carlos Wilson - Trombone, Flute, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Lou Wilson - Percussion, Trumpet, Vocals
Ric Wilson - Saxophone, Percusssion, Vocals
Claude Cave - Keyboards, Vibraphone, Percussion, Vocals
Fudgie Kae- Bass, Percussion, Vocals
Omar Mesa - Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Neftali Santiago -Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Carlos D. Wilson, Claude "Coffee" Cave
Art Direction – Ron Nackman
Design – Davis Fried Krieger
Engineer – Dave Palmer , Harry Maslin, Monte Stark, Rick Rowe
Instrumentation By [All Instruments Except Oboe, French Horn And Strings Played By] – Mandrill
Photography By [Cover] – Don Anderson
Producer – Alfred V. Brown, Mandrill
Written-By, Arranged By – Mandrill
All songs written and arranged by Mandrill

mandrill 1973 (2)


''Two Sisters Of A Mistery''

Notes:
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:1973
1973 Polydor Incorporated
Printed in the U.S.A.
Manufactured by Polydor Incorporated
All songs published by Mandrill Music, Inc./Intersong U.S.A., Inc. Chappell & Co. Sole Agent (ASCAP)
Recorded and mixed at:
Electric Lady Studios, N.Y., N.Y.
The Hit Factory, N.Y., N.Y.
Sound City, Van Nuys, Calif.
Sound Ideas, N.Y., N.Y.
Original pressing with heavy cardboard sleeve and a booklet, 8 pages with pictures of each member
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): PD 5059 A
Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): PD 5059 B
Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): PD-5059-A-1B 22
Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): PD-5059-B-2B
Matrix / Runout (Mastering Stamp): STERLING
Other (International #): 2391 092

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''Mango Meat''

Samples & Covers:
Jungle Brothers sampled "Mango Meat" on their song "Straight Out The Jungle" on their album Straight out the Jungle in 1988.
Public Enemy sampled "Two Sisters Of Mystery " on their song "By The Time I Get to Arizona" on their album Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black in 1991.

The impossibly funky hit Mango Meat kicks off this classic that charted in October 1973, while the hit Love Song brings the boil back to a simmer.
Released in 1973 this album would chart number six on the Billboard Top Soul Albums charts.

Reviews:
It lacked the delicious hooks and tight funk of Composite Truth, but Just Outside of Town was as solid and confident a piece of music-making as the band ever accomplished. The single "Mango Meat" is a tough Latin funk number with some inspired group harmonizing, and Mandrill stretched out with a pair of love songs, "Never Die" and the aptly titled "Love Song," the latter beginning with a few minutes of atmospheric bliss that boasted unrealized cinematic/soundtrack possibilities. "Fat City Strut" moves back and forth between blasts of brass-powered funk and the sweet seduction of Latin percussion and a vibes solo. The distorted funk monster "Two Sisters of Mystery" is another classic, one that later enticed producer Gary G-Wiz to sample it for Public Enemy's "By the Time I Get to Arizona." The last two songs were very uncharacteristic for Mandrill, one a bluesy/country song with a pop gloss, the other an ambling instrumental led by an acoustic guitar and including a few out-of-place synthesizer shadings. It certainly wasn't Mandrill going out on top (for an album, or for its period at Polydor), but it certainly summed up the promise of one of funk's most courageous bands.
By John Bush (AMG).

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''Fat City Strut''

One of the best records ever by Mandrill – and a perfect balance between the looser jazzy spirituality of earlier albums, and the tighter (sometimes too tight) style of later ones. The band is incredibly tight on the funk tip – with lots of hard drums and guitars, and other sweet instruments floating in and out of the mix. Includes the great cut "Fat City Strut", with a nice intro that's been sampled by Schooly D, plus the cuts "Mango Meat", "Afrikus Retrospectus", and "Aspiration Flame".
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On Line:
AMG
Dusty Groove
Amazon's Mandrill Store
Neftali Santiago Official Site
Discogs
Wikipedia
Sinister Vinyl Collection

Original post: 9 August, 2008

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Saturday, 15 November 2014

Kool & The Gang’s - Some KG Images (The Boogie's Back Again!)

Kool & The Gang

Profile:
Formed by Robert "Kool" Bell, his brother Ronald Bell and a bunch of their New Jersey teenage friends in the mid-60s (then called the Jazziacs), Kool & the Gang played traditional jazz in regional venues for several years, slowly morphing their style to incorporate emerging funk sounds of Sly and the Family Stone and James Brown. They were signed by the De-Lite label in the early 70s and gathered a small but loyal national following (particularly for their 1971 release Live at the Sex Machine). The group's fortunes exploded in 1974 with Wild and Peaceful, an infectiously raw album that spawned three smash hits, "Funky Stuff," "Hollywood Swinging," and "Jungle Boogie," all featuring great instrumentation and lyrics virtually shouted by the group. However, as quickly as they rode to fame, Kool & the Gang faded, their rough sound appearing out of place against the slick, dance-oriented sounds that began to dominate popular radio in the late 70s.

Kool & the Gang was an afterthought in the music world in 1979 when they brought in the honey-sounding lead James J.T. Taylor and pop/jazz producer Eumir Deodato for one last gasp, a shiny dance album called Ladies Night. Deodato simplified and sweetened the group's jazz stylings in a heavily produced package, fronted by Taylor's irresistible tenor voice. It was an across-the-board smash, leading to two top hits, the title cut and the midtempo "Too Hot." It was also the beginning of a nearly unprecedented string of top 10 pop and soul hits for the group that would make Kool & the Gang the top selling soul group of the 80s. Ladies Night was followed by the even bigger Celebration, the joyous title cut of which became the theme song of countless sports teams in the 80s and one of the most played songs of the past 25 years. The next five years brought hit after hit, including chart toppers "Misled," "Cherish," "Take My Heart," "Joanna," "Fresh" and "Let's Go Dancin'." The infectious innocuousness of their music sometimes went to a silly extreme ("Get Down On It"), but the group clearly created a catalogue of enjoyable, well performed cuts, both during Deodato's tenure as producer and after they took over the production of their albums in 1983 -- songs that have generally aged well. Their 1987 album, Forever, was another smash, but also provided warning sign that the fresh sounds Kool and the Gang introduced in 1979 had run their course and had begun to sound formulaic.

In 1987 Taylor left the group to pursue a modestly successful solo career (he had one major hit with "All I Want Is Forever," a duet with Regina Belle), and the group continued on but never had another chart hit. They spent the next decade on the oldies circuit before Taylor rejoined for a 1996 reunion tour and the album State of Affairs, a extremely enjoyable disc (and the group's strongest lyrically) that was unfortunately ignored by both Pop and Soul radio.

Now a quintet consisting of brothers Robert "Kool" Bell, Ronald Bell (Khalis Bayyan), George Brown, Dennis Thomas and Charles Smith (all original group members), the group tours internationally, and has a particularly large following in Asia. J.T. Taylor has continued his solo career, with limited success.
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KG Discography here. (AMG - Copyright © 2010-2014, All rights reserved)
Site:

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Bass - Ronald Bell
Flute - Dennis Thomas
From the De-Lite Rec. album: ''Spirit Of The Boogie'', 1975
Catalog # DEP-2016
Recorded at Media Sound Studio, New York, NY, USA.
More info & release:
http://www.discogs.com/Kool-The-Gang-Spirit-Of-The-Boogie/release/200328
Released by: De-Lite Records
Release/catalogue number: DEP-2016

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Wednesday, 12 November 2014

MFSRadio Presents: 45 (Vol. 2)

MFSRadio Presents:
''45 (Vol. 2)''


Tracklisting:
01 Joe Tex - I Gotcha
02 Stevie Wonder - Superstition
03 Ike and Tina Turner - Nutbush City Limits
04 Sylvester - You Make Me Feel
05 'Lectric Funk - Shanghaied
06 Voyage - Scotch Machine
07 The Incredibile Bongo Band - Bongolia
08 Roberta Kelly - Zodiac
09 Mario Real - Chance
10 Gloria Gaynor - Reach Out I'll Be There
11 Andrea True Connection - What's Your Name, What's Your Number
12 George McCrae - Rock Your Baby
13 Boney M. - No Woman No Cry
14 B.T. Express - Do It ('til You're Satisfied)
15 Hong Kong Syndikat - Too Much
16 The S.O.S. Band - Just The Way You Like It
17 T'Pau - Heart And Soul
18 Linda Di Franco - TV Scenes

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Monday, 10 November 2014

Record Of The Week: Dillinger Meet Trinity - Jesus Dread

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Dillinger Meet Trinity
''Jesus Dread''



''Yabby U Sounds'' (Instrumental)
Label: Vivian Jackson (Yabby You)
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Country: Jamaica
Released: 1977

Distributed By – Prophet Record
Distributed By – Vivian Jackson
Credits
Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – Vivian Jackson
Notes
℗ 1977
© 1977

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Sunday, 9 November 2014

MFSRadio Presents: MFSRadio Non Stop Music #12

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MFSRadio Non Stop Music #12


Tracklisting:
01. Burning Desire - Why She Had To Go
02. Brooklyn People - Peace & Love
03. Blacklove - Get Down (When The Feelin' Hits You)
04. Sly & Robbie - Get To This, Get To That
05. Double Exposure - Hundred Percent (Instrumental Edit)
06. The Salsoul Orchestra - Naasty 'N' Nicey (Edit)
07. El Coco - Mondo Disco (Version)
08. Paradise Express - Dance (Edit)
09. Clyde Alexander & Sanction  - Got To Get Your Love
10. Cloud One - Atmosphere Strut (Remix)
11. Jumpin' Johnson - Johnson Product

MFSRadio Non Stop #12
Total Time: 01:02:59
Music selected by JP The AM
Radio Program
Inagroove© Productions, 2014

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Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Andy's MFSRadio Show Update!

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Andy's MFSRadio Show Update!


MFS#10 Club Tracks
https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/wxiyeq

MFS#12 Enjoy your green
This set Grant Green and Grant Green Junior
https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/j42a5d

MFS#15 Teddy vs Luther
(An appreciation not a contest)
https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/g22r8t

Don't Miss Them!
Also available on MFSRadio Stream

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MFSRadio Presents: 45 (Vol. 1)

MFSRadio Presents:
''45 (Vol. 1)''



Tracklisting:
01 Leo Sayer - The Show Must Go On
02 Royal Brewery - Coo Coo Chi Coo
03 Middle Of The Road - Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum
04 Guido e Maurizio De Angelis - Flying Through The Air
05 Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime
06 The Black Jacks - Love Love Love
07 Elton John - Crocodile Rock
08 The Rubettes - Sugar Baby Love
09 The Les Humphries Singers  - Mama Loo
10 Hurricane Smith - Oh Babe, What Would You Say
11 Gilbert O'Sullivan - Get Down
12 Tritons - Satisfaction
13 George Harrison - My Sweet  Lord
14 10cc - I'm Not In Love
15 F.R. David - Words
16 Cliff Richard - We Don't Talk Anymore
17 Ace - How Long
18 Billy Swan - I Can Help
19 Rod Stewart - Tonight's The Night

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Monday, 3 November 2014

Record Of The Week: Hal Singer - Malcolm X

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Hal Singer
Malcolm X (3:36)


Notes:
Label: Polydor 66 696
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Country: France

Credits:
Engineer – Bernard Estardy
From Polydor album "Paris Soul Food"

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Sunday, 2 November 2014

MFSRadio Presents: MFSRadio Non Stop Disco #11

Aurra When I Come Home Levan mix
MFSRadio Non Stop Disco #11


Tracklisting:
01. Aurra - Nasty Disposition
02. Aurra - When I Come Home (12'' Remix)
03. Brass Construction - Right Place
04. Pleasure - Space Is The Space
05. Crown Heights Affair - Say A Prayer For Two
06. Pleasure - Let's Dance
07. East Coast - The Rock
08. Needah - Come On & Rock
09. Rozalin Woods - Whatcha' Gonna Do About It
10. Bombers - Get Dancin' (12'' Version)
11. Gary's Gang Medley:
Keep On Dancin' (Edit)
Showtime

MFSRadio Non Stop Disco #11
Total Time: 01:02:21
Music selected by JP The AM
Radio Program
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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

MFSRadio Presents: Sugar Babe

MFSRadio Presents:
''Sugar Babe''



Tracklisting:
01 Lonesome Shack - Wrecks
02 R.J. Mischo - Sugar Babe
03 The Lone Crows - Lonesome Road
04 Ben Miller Band - Burning Building
05 Henry Carpaneto - Caldonia
06 Mr. Hurricane Band - Get The Blues!
07 Chris Mulkey - 66 Days
08 Voodoo Child - Voodlin
09 The Dynamite Blues Band - Shakedown & Boogie
10 Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Pepper - Jungle Song
11 Johnny Winter - Blue Monday (with Dr. John)
12 Jon Cleary - Caught Red Handed
13 Robin McKelle & The Flytones - Like A River
14 Soulstack - Let Me Be Your Fool
15 Wily Bo Walker - When The Angels Call Your Time

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
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