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sarolta zalatnay, selda, psych funk beats and diger rokwell
June 28, 2009, 10:09 am
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sarolta zalatnay

sarolta zalatnay

I did not have to travel to Hungary on a record buying trip to hear the haunting psych funk beats of the track “Selda” by Diger Rokwell because he plays out in Perth and I caught some of his crazy moves last night at Mojos.

Check out “Selda” at Diger Rokwell on Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/digerrokwell

Check out Selda here and Sarolta here

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el ritmo presents… brazil orchestral,italian library, breaks n bossa, german sunshine pop
June 28, 2009, 9:32 am
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El Ritmo presented by Claudio Monaro

El Ritmo presented by Claudio Monaro

Check out the first three tracks of inspired brazillian orchestral that kick of the show and why not hang around for the rest of the show – well where else would you hear Eumir Deodato, Horst Jankowski, Terry Callier, Nuspirit Helsinki, Tom and Joyce  and a crazy mix of  beat heavy jazz and lounge all within two hours – only on EL Ritmo – your Tuesday night hi fi journey

Tuesday June 23 – presented by CLAUDIO MONOARO  listen here

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Phillipe Sarde – Generique

Eumir deodato – A Grande Cacada

Uumir Deodato – Arancha Ceu

Orqestra St Moritz – Vamos Nas

Terry Callier – In A Hearbeat

Nuspirit Helsinki – Orson

OHM-G – Island Dream

Bossa Tres – O Morro Nao Temuez

Mo Horizons – Como e o ar

Mr Untel – Et Bien Mest ce pas

Caterina Valente – Die Sprache des Rojens

Host Jankowski – Ds ist der morgan

Peter Jacques – Round Trip To Rio

Singers Unlimited – Stone Ground Seven

Peter Jacques – Round Trip to Rio

I Gres – Restless

Soho – Artist Unknown

Carlo Savina – 2968

Minus 8 – Driven

Stockholm Cycle – VSOP

Helen Chritine – Nossa History

Friends from Rio – Escravos De Jo Jo

Tom and Joyce – Quexiume

Doct Abstrakt – Stuck On Jazz

Paolo Fereeghini – Please Don’t Leave

Luis Ferri – Anisa

Julkka Eskola – 1974

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claude library grooves vol 1
June 20, 2009, 12:10 pm
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The villa in Tuscany,  a drive  in the sportscar to Monte Carlo or perhaps a late night of cocktails and dancing  in Soho. Make sure we have the BASF reel to reel ready because Claude is selecting and he has promised some very groovy essential and obscure library, boogaloo, sixties go go and big beat – surely it would have to be only Volume 1 of a series

if you like this and you are going to London then go here or here or if going to Melbourne go here or perhaps here

claude library grooves front

claude library grooves back

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Celestial Navigations
June 13, 2009, 9:13 am
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I love this video.

Thanks Al Jarnow and thanks Numero Group blog

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Kutiman – YouTube MashUp
June 7, 2009, 9:36 am
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marsha hunt on vertigo records
June 6, 2009, 9:14 am
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I had this crazy track on Andy Votels’s 2005 comp on Family Records Vertigo Mixed but did not know who sung it. I had seen the photos of Marsha Hunt but did not know she was a singer – in fact the singer of the track.

(Oh No - Not THe Beast Day - Marsha Hunt

(Oh No - Not The Beast Day - Marsha Hunt

Here it is from the 45

 

Here it is on Vertigo Mixed – heavier and funkier – nicely done Mr Votel

Vertigo Remixed - DJ Andy Votel

Vertigo Remixed - DJ Andy Votel

Marsha Hunt was born in Philadelphia, PA, went to University of California Berkley, and eventually ended up in the UK. While in the UK, American painter David Hockney hooked her up as with a job as a background singer for for Alexis Korner’s new band Free At Last. As she ran with that crowd, she would meet John Mayall, where she was initiated into the Blues and the music business, rehearsing, touring, and making music all day everyday. She has sung with Bluesology, and almost joined The Soft Machine, but ended up with Ferris Wheel. In 1968 she starred in the theater production Hair in London, and immediately after that (actually the night of the first show), the whirlwind ride known as her career took off. She was photographed by Patrick Lichfield nude for British Vogue magazine, and male suitors all over London began to line up. She has been linked musically to a who’s who of musicians in the London scene: John Mayall, Elton John, Marc Bolan, and is the mother of a child with Mick Jagger. The opportunities would line up as well. She released a cover of Dr. John’s “I Walk On Gilded Splinters” on the Track Record Label (founded by the Who managers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp) in 1969, and a follow up full length Woman Child.

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..and she put on a nice show – check out the dance troupe and the crazy dancing at about 2:16 and then again 3:10 …

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folk, funk, baroque soul and sunshine pop – mixtape
June 1, 2009, 10:50 am
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love is mixtape
 

Love is a selection of folky funk, baroque soul and some beautiful sunshine pop – it should work on your portable cassette player and also make you feel really good inside – get it here

folk funk baroque pop - front

folk funk baroque pop - back
 

Jackie and Roy - Didn't Have To Do It

Jackie and Roy - Didn't Have To Do It

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