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0.0. Raphael Saadiq - Good Man
0.0. Photek_-_101
0.0. Emmanuel Jal - Kuar (Henrik Schwarz Remix)
0.0. Cee-Lo - I Want You
0.0. Underworld - Moon In Water
0.0. Henrik Schwarz - Walkmusic
0.0. Lucinda Slim & The Lone Stars - All This Time
0.0. Knaan - America_(feat._mos_def_and_chali_2na)
0.0. The Noisettes - Never Forget You
0.0. Sistars - Inspirations (Innocent Sorcerers Remix)
0.0. Henrik Schwarz - Ame - dj Dixon - where we at pt. 2
0.0. Jazzanova - Morning Scapes (feat. Bembe Segue)
0.0. Moodymann - Rectify
0.0. Kira Neris - Judy In June
0.0. Panda Bear - Bros
0.0. Bamboos - King of the Rodeo
0.0. Tricky - Slow
0.0. Fever Ray - If I Had A Heart
0.0. Matthew Herbert Big Band - Breathe
0.0. David Holmes - I Heard Wonders
0.0. Alister Johnson - Like a Star
0.0. Kira Neris - Season 9 episode 12
0.0. Juryman vs Taraf de Haďdouks - cind eram la '48
0.0. Middlewood Sessions - fall back
0.0. Kimya Dawson-Tire Swing
0.0. Antsy Pants - Tree Her
0.0. Moldy Peaches - Anyone Else But You
0.0. Zeep - Zeep Dreams (da_lata_remix)
0.0. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Keep On Looking (Kenny Dope Remix)
0.0. Amy Winehouse - Monkey Man
0.0. Heritage Orchestra - Sky Breaks
0.0. Panda Bear - Bros
0.0. Medeski Martin & Wood - Let's Go Everywhere
0.0. Jens Lekman - Sipping On The Sweet Nectar
0.0. UNDERWORLD - Beautiful Burnout
0.0. The Elements Of Life feat Anane - One Dream ( Big Game Mix)
0.0. SLOW TRAIN - soul-sexing_the_cherry
0.0. Tim Buckley - Sweet Surrender
0.0. Mario Biondi - this_is_what_you_are
0.0. RAW Artistic Soul‘The Light’ ft Ursula Rucker)
0.0. TRIO MOCOTO - Nao Adianta
0.0. AMY WINEHOUSE - Love_is_a_Losing_Game (live)
0.0. LCD Sound System - Us vs.Them
0.0. AIR - Once Upon a Time
0.0. CASSETTE BOY vs. DJ Rubbish - From the Block (G-Form)
0.0.HANNIBAL Marvin PETERSON - Mother's Land.mp3
0.0.GIL SCOTT-HERON - Lady Day & John Coltrane
0.1.Le VOLUME COURBE - ain't got no. . . i got life
0.2. BLACK BLOOD - A.I.E. Mwana
0.3.KEITH JARRETT - Over The Rainbow
0.5.HANSOME BOY MODELING SCHOOL - Class System (feat. Jullie Cruise&Pharell)
0.6.ZERO 7 - This Fine Social Scene
0.7.URSULA RUCKER - Rant (Hot In Here) Ft.Malene Younglad
1.1.RICHARD THOMPSON - Oops, I Did It Again (live)
1.2.BEATLE BARKERS - I Feel Fine
1.6.RICHARD HAWLEY - the ocean
1.7.NICOLE WILLIS - if this ain't love..
1.8.JEFF PARKER - beanstalk
2.2.SOIL and PIMP SESSIONS - Stinger
2.5.TRANS AM - I Want It All
3.0.SYLK 130 & King Britt - Pistol Grip Pump
3.4.CARMEN McCRAE - Just A Little Lovin' (GB Remix)
3.6.the RAVEONETTES - Love in a Trash Can
3.9.FREEDOM SATELLITE - running fast feat.Kudra Owens
4.9.JOHN LURIE-Big Trouble
5.9.PINK MARTINI - U Plavu Zoru
6.2.SHOCKING BLUE - Love Buzz
7.2.DJ RUPTURE-Mole in the Ground featuring Sindhu Zagoren
7.3.CRATE SOUL BROTHERS-Flying down to RIO
8.8.TIM DELUXE-Choose Something Like Star
8.9.OSCAR SULLEY BAND-Bukom Mashie
9.0.JAMES BROWN - Funky Drummer
9.7.PSYCHONAUTS (james lavelle) -cyrcles
9.8.FLUNK-all day and all the night
9.9.STEVE & EYDIE - black hole sun
10.0.TELEX - rock around the clock


0.0. Inje - Danas
0.0. Izdrzi Ribice - Mi
0.0. KarnevalLjubav
0.0. Na kamenjimaTi ne znaš kako je ženi kad je sama
0.0. Svi na Pod ! - Boogie Woogie
0.0. Darkwood Dub - Šećer
0.0. Petrol - Sve jedno je (Banana Rave Remix)
0.0. KIRIL feat MC Wasp & Rucl - Jungle Shadow
0.0. DARKO RUNDEK - Stojim i gledam kako postojim
0.0. S.A.R.S. - Debeli lad
0.0. ŠAJETA - Košulja plava
0.0. AJS NIGRUTIN - Jagodice Sondice
0.0. RAMBO AMADEUS - Urbano
0.0. S.A.R.S - Budjav Lebac
0.0. SVI na POD! - Afrikanac iz Beograda
0.0. Edo Maajka - Ove Godine Slavim
0.0. The Beat Fleet - Fantasticna
0.0. PIKNIK - Miš, Puž i Ker / O Da
0.0. GORIBOR - Dalajlama me se sećaš >>>
0.0. EKV - Revisited
0.0. KULTUR SHOCK - Hashishi
0.0.EDO MAAJKA - Sretno Dijete
0.1.Laibach - Mama Leone
0.7.The BEAT FLEET - Nostalgična
0.9.RAMBO AMADEUS - Demode
1.0.E-PLAY - Prava stvar
1.9.BEOGRADSKI SINDIKATJa u životu imam sve
2.0.DZA ILI BU-Opasne Igre
2.8.KANDA,KODZA i NEBOJSA - Kad Ozivimo
3.9.Belgradeyard Sound System - Munchies (I-Wolf rmx)
4.0.DARKWOOD DUB-Regioni
4.1.RAMBO AMADEUS- Jedno Te Isto
4.2.EDO MAAJKA-Dragi Moj Vlado
4.6.ŠABAN BAJRAMOVIĆ-Pitao sam malog puza
4.7.GABI NOVAK-Pjesma je bila zivot moj
4.8.K.I.M. BAND-Teraj po svome
5.0.LAČNI FRANC-Jutri bom pojca razbiu
6.0.BIJELO DUGME-Ovaj Ples Dame Biraju
8.0.BOBAN MARKOVIĆ-Disko Dzumbus (Live)
9.0.PRELE - Majko,majko,vidi na sta lici tvoj sin
10.0.LAČNI FRANC - Vaterpolist

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l Seun Kuti, sin afrobit pionira Fele Kutia, u pratnji benda "Egypt 80" održaće koncert 8. jula, "Soil & Pimp sessions" japanski džez bend sastavljen od šest muzičara nastupa 12. jula. Trio Mocoto u petak na Exitu (Suba Stage), 31.07.2009. Mulatu Astatke & The Heliocentrics (Ethiopia/ UK) l SUPPORT THE ARTIST IF YOU LIKE THE MUSIC SO GO AND BUY THE ALBUM | l

Freddie Hubbard dies at 70 of heart attack

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LOS ANGELES — Freddie Hubbard, the Grammy-winning jazz musician whose blazing virtuosity influenced a generation of trumpet players and who collaborated with such greats as Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins, died Monday, a month after suffering a heart attack. He was 70.

Freddie Hubbard - Backlash

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Set List:
2.The Return Of The Prodigal Son
3.Little Sunflower
4.Om The Que-tee
5.Up Jumped Spring
6.Echos Of Blues


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QUASIMODE - Sounds Of Peace

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(CD+DVD) Geneon Music GNCL1171, 2008-10-03

Tracklisting :
01 Take the New Frontiers
02 Finger Tip
03 Jeannine
04 Young Black Horse feat. Soil & Pimp Sessions
05 One Possibility feat. Masato Nakamura (Sleep Walker)
06 Dance of Little Children feat. Dwight Trible, Masato Nakamura (Sleepwalker)
07 Rope-a-Dope
08 Rumble in the Jungle
09 Midnight Flower feat. Dwight Trible
10 Sounds of Peace feat. Carmen Lundy
11 Take the New Frontiers - reprise

A deeper sound than usual for Quasimode -- and that's saying a lot, given their previous albums! There's a fullness here that's really amazing -- a further extension of their already righteous approach to jazzy grooves, into territory that's even more mindblowing, soul-searching, and perfectly played! As before, there's lots of upbeat acoustic rhythms on the set -- club jazz, but not of the fake variety -- topped with searing horn work that includes guest performances from members of Sleep Walker, Soil & Pimp, and Jazz Collective! But almost even better are the few vocal cuts -- featuring either Dwight Trible or Carmen Lundy -- both singers we totally love from a classic jazz perspective, sounding even more wonderful here in the company of Quasimode. The whole thing's great -- an album we'd stack proudly next to our older favorites on Impulse or Strata East -- and titles include "Take The New Frontiers", "Finger Tip", "Young Black Horse", "One Possibility", "Rumble In The Jungle", "Midnight Flower", and "Sound Of Peace".
© 1996-2008, Dusty Groove America, Inc.


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Peter Tosh - Legalize It

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1. Legalize It (Album Version)
2. Burial (Album Version)
3. Whatcha Gonna Do (Album Version)
4. No Sympathy (Album Version)
5. Why Must I Cry (Album Version)
6. Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) (Album Version)
7. Ketchy Shuby (Album Version)
8. Till Your Well Runs Dry (Album Version)
9. Brand New Second Hand (Album Version)
10. Ketchy Shuby (Album Version)

Each of the dreadlocked prophets who made up reggae's "holy trinity"--Bob Marley, Bunny Livingston, and Peter Tosh--sang for "equal rights and justice." But Tosh, the trio's take-no-prisoners militant, came on the hardest. His voice held the threat of danger, turning sufferahs' dreams and Rastafarian complaints into urgent demands. All the tracks in this remastered 1976 set--Tosh's first for an American major and his first collaboration with drummer Sly Dunbar and bassist Robbie Shakespeare (who went on to become reggae's legendary "riddim twins")--instantly became anthems, not just in reggae, but within the international pop lexicon. Some vintage roots reggae may strike contemporary listeners as peace and love cliché, even naive. Not Tosh. Against the background of today's turbulent social climate, Legalize It still sends chills up the spine with the sheer spectacle of a great reggae warrior's refusal to bow.


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Heatwave - The Best Of Heatwave

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1. Boogie Nights (Single Version)
2. Too Hot To Handle (Album Version)
3. The Groove Line (Album Version)
4. Always And Forever (Album Version)
5. Mind Blowing Decisions (Album Version)
6. Ain't No Half Steppin' (Album Version)
7. Happiness Togetherness (Album Version)
8. Central Heating (Album Version)
9. Eyeballin' (special disco version)
10. Gangsters Of The Groove (Album Version)
11. Where Did I Go Wrong (Album Version)
12. Lettin' It Loose
13. Look After Love (Album Version)

Heatwave was an international Rhythm and blues/Funk band featuring Americans Johnnie Wilder, Jr. and Keith Wilder (vocals) of Dayton, Ohio, Englishman Rod Temperton (keyboards), Spaniard Mario Mantese (bass), Czechoslovakian Ernest "Bilbo" Berger (drums), Jamaican Eric Johns (guitar) and Briton Roy Carter (guitar).
They were known for their hits "Boogie Nights" and "Always and Forever" (from their 1977 debut album, Too Hot To Handle), and "The Groove Line" (from their 1978 follow-up album, Central Heating).


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Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland

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1. And The Gods Made Love
2. Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
3. Crosstown Traffic
4. Voodoo Chile
5. Little Miss Strange
6. Long Hot Summer Night
7. Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
8. Gypsy Eyes
9. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp
10. Rainy Day, Dream Away
11. 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)
12. Moon, Turn The Tides...Gently Gently Away
13. Still Raining, Still Dreaming
14. House Burning Down
15. All Along The Watchtower
16. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

The definitive masterpiece of the greatest guitarist (and one of the greatest musicians) of all time. Simply put, Jimi Hendrix disregarded such static genre monikers as "blues", "jazz", "rock", and created an equal parts fiery/surreal and dreamy/mystical work of art. The only album that Hendrix himself ever produced shows his marks of genius in the studio, from the smoky, epic "Voodoo Chile" to the magnificently psychedelic wonder of "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" to the Neptunian voyage of the cosmos "1983 (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)" in which flutes and Jimi's divine guitar prowess conjure up otherworldly sounds of flying seagulls and the underwater depths. Essential for the collection of any serious music lover.


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Public Enemy - Yo! Bum Rush The Show

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1. You're Gonna Get Yours
2. Sophisticated Bitch
3. Miuzi Weighs A Ton
4. Timebomb
5. Too Much Posse
6. Rightstarter (Message To A Black Man)
7. Public Enemy No. 1
8. M.P.E.
9. Yo! Bum Rush The Show
10. Raise The Roof
11. Megablast
12. Terminator X Speaks With His Hands

The first and the best from PE. Anyone who is anyone already has it. Rough, raw beats with slick lyrics from Chuck thrown in with Flav's crazy style gave PE the originality which has seen them survive nearly 14 years in hip-hop. If you don't have it...get it. If you do, stop playing on your computer and go and listen to it!


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Happy Holy Daze !

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Hello HAPPY HOLY DAZE to you all !

Christmas Tree Wallapers | JPG,1600x1200 | 11.5 MB

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UB40 -The Best of UB40

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UB40 -The Best of UB40 Vol 1 (320Kbps)


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Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime

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Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime - The Best Of (320Kbps) | 139MB


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VA - Science Fiction Jazz Vol.11 (2008)

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Label: Mole Listening Pearls
Release Date: November 25, 2008
Genre: Easy Listening | Lo-Fi | Lounge
Quality: MP3 VBR V2 kbps 44khz Stereo
Playtime: 53:29 min
Tracks: 12
Size: 69 Mb

1 Dolphin Boy - Shake It Loose 4:33
2 Quiet Village - Broken Promises 5:00
3 Robert Manos - First Born Love 4:13
4 Plantlife - Got To Find A Better Way 2:58
5 Kero One - In All Wrong Places 7:35
6 The Snoopy Lads - Waltz On A 4-4 Time Beat 4:29
7 Seelenluft - Horse With No Name 4:09
8 Naomi - Only Forward 3:43
9 Owusu And Hannibal - Lonnies's Secret 4:34
10 [Re:Jazz] - People Hold On Feat. Tobias Kremer Big Band 4:18
11 Minus 8 - Toujours Bonjour 4:39
12 Paul Bryan - Listen 3:18


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Political activist, outspoken radical, and inventor of Afro-beat, Fela Anikulapo ("he who carries death in his pouch") Kuti left behind him an incomparable legacy of music when he died in 1997. His strles against the Nigerian state became the stuff of legend in his home country; his denunciations of world leaders such as Reagan and Thatcher gained him notoriety abroad. But his music remains as his supreme achievement over and above the details of his amazingly courageous life, even if many (most) of his lyrics are angry condemnations of politicians. His vast output of recordings can hardly be distilled onto two discs, but Black President (named after a classic 1981 album) is nevertheless a good introduction to this extraordinary man and his music. The album lacks any personnel details and fails to indicate the origins of each track, but it scarcely matters: Fela's band, Africa 70, was a large and always flexible group (it rarely actually boasted 70 members), with the only constant presence being his 30 backing singers, most of whom were also his wives! Throughout, the beats are solid, the solos are never overpowering, and the rhythm--the powerful, hypnotic rhythm--is always preeminent. If, in the end, it's impossible to divorce Fela Kuti's music from his life, it is at least a real pleasure just to play this album and let his grooves possess your spirit. --Mark Walker

1. Lady
2. Shakara
3. Gentleman
4. Water No Get Enemy
5. Zombie
6. Sorrow Tears & Blood
7. No Agreement, Pt. 2

1. Roforofo Fight
2. Shuffering and Shmiling, Pt. 2
3. Coffin for Head of State, Pt. 2
4. I T T, Pt. 2
5. Army Arrangement, Pt. 2
6. O.D.O.O.


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Forget "Sgt. Pepper's," "Electric Ladyland" and the third Kraftwerk album; for that matter, who needs the artiness of Veloso or Buarque when you have the Mitch? This 1957 effort is simply one of the best LPs ever recorded, and it works on many levels.

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The man who did the best version of "Sunny" ever recorded (sure beat Bobby Hebb) and who terrorized children, mothers and nubile teenagers in films like "Cape Fear" and "Night of the Hunter" (and who was one of the heaviest film-noir anti-heroes in classics like "Out of the Past" and "Angel Face") proves his versatility by tackling these calypso songs and rendering them to perfection. The angular, avant-garde banjo on "I Learn a Meringue, Mama" beats anything DNA or Robert Fripp ever put on wax; Robert Fripp never had Jane Greer or Jane Russell as a love interest, and he ever got busted for weed he wouldn't have taken it in stride as well as Mitchum did back in 1947. The fact is, this is one solid platter and anyone who snickers and laughs at this masterpiece, or tries to parade her "hipster" credentials by calling it a camp classic, needs to have a talk with the Mitch, who is still dispensing his brand of wisdom, and a nightly version of "Mama Look a Boo Boo," from the right hand of Yaweh up in tough-guy heaven. Buy this before you buy anything else, and if you're lucky, maybe you'll find a woman you can call "Chiquita!"


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You're Under Arrest is a 1985 album recorded by Miles Davis that saw Miles mix pop tunes with political statements about racism, pollution and war. Among other tracks, the album featured Davis' interpretations of two contemporary pop songs: Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and Michael Jackson's "Human Nature".

During the recording sessions, Darryl Jones introduced Sting to his longtime idol Miles Davis. Sting was bewildered when Davis asked him if he could speak French, and since he did, to translate the Miranda warning into French and yell it into the microphone against a backing track.

1. "One Phone Call"/"Street Scenes" (Davis)
2. "Human Nature" (John Bettis, Steve Porcaro)
3. "Intro: MD 1"/"Something's On Your Mind"/"MD 2" (Davis, Hubert Eaves III)
4. "Ms. Morrisine" (Davis, Hubert Eaves III)
5. "Katia Prelude" (Davis, Hubert Eaves III)
6. "Katia" (Davis, Hubert Eaves III)
7. "Time After Time" (Cyndi Lauper)
8. "You're Under Arrest" (John Scofield)
9. "Medley: Jean Pierre"/"You're Under Arrest"/"Then There Were None" (Davis, Robert Irving III, John Scofield)


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Moondog's second Prestige (released in 1956) album solidified his standing as a rare breed: a musician whose work was both highly experimental and approachable by listeners without a taste for the avant-garde. That's what enabled him to make a living as a street musician in Manhattan, after all. On this album he produced a variety of wonderful shaking percussion sounds and rhythms with an oo (a triangular stringed instrument struck with a clave) and even "Ostrich Feathers Played on Drum" (as the title on one track reads). The percussion is sometimes backed by sparse, Asian-sounding melodies, and there are also unpredictable interludes of solo piano, street sounds, and an eight-minute "Moondog Monologue." One of the round-like vocal numbers, the minute-long and inexpressibly sad "All Is Loneliness," found an unexpected second life in the 1960s when it was covered by Big Brother & the Holding Company. The album is now available as part of a single-disc CD reissue that also includes the whole of his subsequent Prestige album, The Story of Moondog (1957).

1. Duet: Queen Elizabeth Whistle and Bamboo Pipe
2. Conversation and Music at 51st St. & 6th Ave. (New York City)
3. Hardshoe (7/4) Ray Malone
4. Tugboat Toccata
5. Autumn
6. Seven Beat Suite [3 Parts]
7. Oo Solo [6/4]
8. Rehearsal of Violetta's "Barefoot Dance"
9. Oo Solo [2/4]
10. Ostrich Feathers Played on Drum
11. Oboe Round
12. Chant
13. All Is Loneliness
14. Sextet [Oo]
15. Fiesta Piano Solo
16. Moondog Monologue
17. Up Broadway
18. Perpetual Motion
19. Gloving It
20. Improvisation
21. Ray Malone Softshoe
22. Two Quotations in Dialogue
23. 5/8 in Two Shades
24. Moondog's Theme
25. In a Doorway
26. Duet
27. Trimbas in Quarters
28. Wildwood
29. Trimbas in Eighths
30. Organ Rounds


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Usually, groups wait until they've released at least three or four records before putting out a live album, but PNYC was too good an idea for Portishead to turn down. Recorded with a full orchestra on a cold, rainy day shortly after the release of their second record, Portishead, the project doubled as a live album and the soundtrack for a BBC documentary. In addition to being economical and perhaps lucrative, the disc demonstrates how sampled and sequenced music can be re-created in concert without losing any of the charm or dynamics of the original recordings. All it takes is a 22-piece string section, some horns, and a band whose tightness is exceeded only by its creativity. At times the performances on PNYC sound even more breathtaking and cinematic than Portishead's original recordings, as humming theremin, skittery scratching, and gliding strings mingle with stealthy guitar lines and sultry vocals. For Portishead, sour times seem like a distant memory.

1. Humming
2. Cowboys
3. All Mine
4. Mysterons
5. Only You
6. Half Day Closing
7. Over
8. Glory Box
9. Sour Times
10. Roads
11. Strangers


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It’s difficult to believe, but it seems that The Residents, that odd eyeball group known to go out of its way to dream up wacky songs, visuals and characters, has now produced a collection of ‘ear friendly’ tunes upon which to – well, I’m not sure What their point with this cd is actually, but as a Residents fan myself (something perhaps few would admit to), it’s great to have Any new release from these unknown guys/girls.
Consider this another Greatest Hits album, but more accessible than their previous GH try. You’ll recognize, and go away humming, tracks like ‘God’s Magic Finger’ (with its repetitious ‘it was the finger instead of the singer’). Another one I’ve personally never been able to forget (though I’ve tried!) is the sickly vocal from the memorable melody ‘Hanging By His Hair.’ Great and simple instrumentation on this.
Without going through their whole catalog, it’s hard to tell if there are any new tunes in this collection, but just the fact that the ordinary person can Listen to Everything on this 20 track, 57 minute disc is enough of a reason to put it together and ship it out. Especially now that The Residents have turned 30.
Yep, in 1972 they began. The interior of the cd booklet tells of their accomplishments: being on the Grammy nominee shortlist in 1980 but then just sharing a table with Donna Summer. Being a permanent part of NY’s Museum of Modern Art. Recording 40 one minute songs for The Commercial Album, then buying 40 1-minute spots to play the whole damn thing as commercials on a San Francisco radio station! (I love that!) Writing a ten hour score for the Hunters series on the Discovery Channel (release more of it, you bastards). And on and on.
Of course even though it’s More ear friendly, Petting Zoo probably isn’t melodic or rock/pop enough for the gist of civilization. Still, if you’ve ever wondered about the Eyeballs, here’s the perfect place to start.

1. Betty's Body
2. Wolverines
3. Kick A Picnic
4. God's Magic Finger.Road
5. Hanging By His Hair.Road
6. Fire Fall
7. How To Get A Head
8. The Aging Musician
9. The Sour Song
10. Jello Jack
11. Harry The Head
12. Safety Is A Cootie Wootie
13. Boy In Love
14. Would We Be Alive?
15. Moisture
16. Hello Skinny
17. Constantinople
18. God Song
19. Smelly Tongues
20. Icky Flix Theme


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South Park Mr Hankey

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Artist: VA
Title: South Park Mr Hankey's Christmas Classics
Label: Columbia / Sony Records
Genre: Comedy, OST
Store Date: 11/23/1999
# Tracks: 18
# CDs: 1
Lenght: 00:36:34
Encoder: Lame 3.97
Quality: VBR
Channels: Joint Stereo / 44 khz
*.cue: no
Archive size: 34 MB

01. Cowboy Timmy - Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo 2:16
02. Mr. Garrison - Merry Fucking Christmas 2:04
03. Eric Cartman - O Holy Night 1:57
04. Juan Schwartz And The South Park Childrens Choir - Dead, Dead, Dead 2:13
05. Mr. Macky - Carol Of The Bells 0:57
06. Kyle Brofloski - The Lonely Jew On Christmas 2:46
07. Shelly Marsh - I Saw Three Ships 1:02
08. Stan Marsh And Wendy Testaburger - It Happened In Sun Valley 2:21
09. Adolf Hitler - O Tannenbaum 1:10
10. Satan, The Dark Prince - Christmas Time In Hell 2:15
11. Chef - What The Hell Child Is This? 4:28
12. Mr. Hanky - Santa Claus Is On His Way 0:28
13. Eric Cartman - Swiss Colony Beef Log 2:16
14. The South Park Childrens Choir - Hark The Herald Angels Sing 0:40
15. The Broflofskis, With Eric And Stan - Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel 3:20
16. Kenny McComick And Mr. Hanky - The Most Offensive Song Ever 3:00
17. Mr. Ose - We Three Kings 0:51
18. Mr. Hanky, With Stan, Kyle and Cartman - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 2:30

Link (34 Mb)

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Playlist #8 - Compiled by DJ Laff (Winter '08.)

Playlist #01
Playlist #02
Playlist #03
Playlist #04
Playlist #05
Playlist #06
Playlist #07

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Kid Loco - Kill Your Darlings [2001]

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1. Cocaine Diana
2. Lucy's Talking
3. Horsetown in Vain
4. Three Feet High Reefer
5. A Little Bit of Soul
6. I Can't Let It Happen to You - Kid Loco, Maus, J.
7. Gypsie Good Time
8. Here Come the Munchies
9. Going Round in Circles
10. I Want You

Multi-talented Parisian goes all acoustic on this album. The dubby, cinematic trip-hop he's known for is still lurking, but it's an album of more traditional 'real songs' even echoing Lou Reed and Serge Gainsbourg at times. Drifting acoustic strummings, folky, bluesy, riffs work well with the vocals and cheeky numbers like Three Feet High Reefer are quite fun but somehow it fails to live up to the concept - Kid Loco doing proper songs. Strummed acoustic guitar fills the Velvets-like reminiscing of "Cocaine Diana," followed by the Stones-ish swell of "Lucy's Talking," which is offset by blasts of tuba and trumpet. Spooky Gregorian chants intro the album's first truly trip-hop track, "Horsepower in Vain," which uses sitar and groaning brass to create an ominous night vision. The respite comes with the lilting Cubano strut of "Gypsie Good Time," the bittersweet "I Can't Let It Happen to You," and the bolting big beats of "Going 'Round in Circles." Merging despondent vocals with fleshy trip-hop, Kill Your Darlings attempts avant punk/trip-hop assimilation. Kudos for experimentation.


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Kid Loco - The Italian Job [2007]

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Artist: Kid Loco & VA
Title: The Italian Job
Genre: Downtempo / Nu Jazz / Nu Funk / Electronic / Lo-Fi
Label: Temposphere / Right Tempo
Release Date: 21 / 03 / 2006
Quality: VBR kbps / 44100 / Joint-Stereo
Size: 84,4 Mb

The first set we've seen from Kid Loco in awhile -- and a nice mix of new music and older sounds from Italian film scores! The album's very nicely placed on the Temposphere arm of Easy Tempo -- as it features Loco remixes both of newer music from the former label, and some old soundtracks from the latter -- topped off with one or two Loco tracks of his own! The whole thing's somewhat understated -- never too gimmicky, beat-heavy, or over the top -- and although the music is from a range of different sources, the sound is more than unified enough to make the album feel like a Kid Loco record all the way through. Titles include "Crepuscolo Sul Mare" and "La Seduzione (2007 version)" by Kid Loco, "Sessomatto (Kid Loco sexamental mix)" by Armando Trovajoli, "Magic (new experience mix)" by Piero Piccioni, "Lady Magnolia (Belleville B-Boy mix)" by Piero Umiliani, "Fearing Much (Kid Loco's AM session mix)" by Stefano Torossi, "Per Il Disco Che Piu Amo (Kid Loco viva la Rockola mix)".
by I Maniaci Dei Dischi, and "Clapsoy (Cumbia Loco mix)" by Gak Sato

01. Kid Loco - The Right Intro
02. Kid Loco - Crepuscolo Sul Mare
03. Stefano Torossi - Fearing Much (Kid Loco's A. M. Session Mix)
04. I Maniaci Dei Dischi - Per Il Disco Che PiI Amo (Kid Loco Viva La Rockola Mix)
05. Gak Sato - Clapsoy (Cumbia Loco Mix)
06. Piero Piccioni - Magic (A New Experience Mix)
07. Piero Umiliani - Lady Magnolia (Belleville B-Boy Mix)
08. Kid Loco - La Seduzione
09. Armando Trovajoli - Sessomatto (Kid Loco Sexamental Mix)
10. The Transistors - Mission To Venus (Belleville Carnival Of 2007 Mix)
11. Gak Sato - Penetrare (Belleville B-Boy Mix)


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Gala Drop - Gala Drop [2008]

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Erik Truffaz And Sly Johnson - Paris (2008)

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Label: Blue Note
Release Date: November 2008
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3 VBR V2 kbps 44khz Stereo
Playtime: 36:09 min
Tracks: 9
Size: 42 Mb

1 Mr Wyatt 5:08
2 Come Together 3:00
3 Addis Abeba 4:47
4 Nature Boy 3:01
5 Nina's Dream 3:57
6 La Mouche 3:17
7 Goodbye Tomorow 2:55
8 Don't Stop 3:35
9 The Fly 6:29


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Defunkt - Defunkt (1980)

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One of the best NY bands ever!
Here is their first LP. It's key link between 70s funk and some of the avant jazz rock trends on the New York scene in the early 80s -- a group who seem to draw inspiration both from the sound of larger funk groups like Brass Construction and BT Express, and from the artier styles of the Ze Records generation of the time! Joseph Bowie's in the lead on vocals and trombone -- working here with Byron Bowie on saxes, Ronnie Burrage on drums, Melvin Gibbs on bass (only on this one, Kim Clarke will soon replace him), Charles Bobo Shaw on percussion, and both Kelvyn Bell and Martin Aubert on guitars. Given the avant roots of some of the players, it's tempting to read in some deeper theories to some of the album's tunes -- but honestly, the record's just an all-out grooving affair -- one that's going for a party funk approach, but which also throws in some touches from the post-disco and black rock scenes of the time.
Enjoy it!


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Defunkt - Avoid the Funk: A Defunkt Anthology (1988)

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This is a serviceable look back at the first part of Defunkt's illustrious career, and though the label should have included more music, there's no arguing with the quality of the content. Included are "Make Them Dance," the lead track from the band's debut album (and still perhaps the creepiest song they've ever recorded) live versions of "Strangling Me With Your Love" and "In the Good Times", that squash the original studio versions like grapes, an extended 12" single mix of "Razor's Edge" (bandleader Joe Bowie's harrowing personal account of heroin addiction), and a great live version of Defunkt's self-titled theme song. The collection's title track is a sweaty, full-speed-ahead funk explosion, and the band's take on the O'Jays' "For the Love of Money" is lots of fun as well. These alternate takes and live versions will be enough to attract fans who already own the studio versions, and taken altogether this collection offers a useful overview for newcomers as well. Very recommended!
Enjoy it!


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Ursula Rucker - Supa Sista (2001)

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Long term, prime exponent of the New York Slam poetry scene, Ursula Rucker has spent the last seven years, before this LP, working with some of the finest downtempo outfits including Silent Poets, Jazzanova or The Roots. Whilst her talents have embellished their work from 1994 onwards, it is former musical partners 4Hero, Alexkid and King Britt who have returned the gesture and collaborated with her on this beautiful fusion of hip hop, nu-jazz and soul.
Inspired by the social commentary of black female writers Zora Neale Hurston and Sonia Sanchez, Ursula Rucker has made it her mission to elevate the mind of hip hop and purify the art form. Like her previous work Supa Sista fixes Ursula's attentions firmly on the issues of sexuality, technology, women's rights, politics, education, evolution and spirituality.
Unlike so many working in the business she is an engaged woman who knows the true power of words. Levelling criticism at some of her male contemporaries for the effects that the violence and machismo in their lyrics has on the young, she purrs, "... formidable minds pay the price for your microphone mistakes. Change or be changed. Break the chains, don't be slaves".
Lazy beats with sweet soul soaked in Rhodes piano and double bass punctuation provide a wonderful, musical contrast to the often gritty subject matter. "Philadelphia Child" combines the city's trademark strings with tabla percussion whilst "What???" extends the variety to subtle drum and bass rhythms all of which compliment Ursula's vocals.
Charged with 'she-lectricity', hers is a silken delivery that, like Michael Franti's, demonstrates that a quiet word in the ear can speak volumes above the microphone rant. Ursula is one that would like to see hip hop become more responsible and more original. This is a woman who is both a poet and performer with important things to say and with her smoky, seductive lyricism it is all too easy to listen and absorb.
Enjoy it!


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Fela Kuti - No Agreement (1977)

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No Agreement is a very long track that's got a super-catchy chorus, and some great jazzy playing by Africa 70, who are led at this point by Tony Allen...
Too many people have focused on the beautiful simplicity of the lyrics that make up the masterpiece No Agreement. And they would not be wrong. When Fela moans, My Mama talk, Your Papa talk, you know Baba 70 is feeling the pain for his people.
Our ignorance... our ignorance.
Yet it is Dog Eat Dog that even more of us have casually ignored simply because it is an instrumental. Dog Eat Dog is an absolute masterpiece. Playing this track for the first time in 10 odd years was like the feeling you get when you unwrap delicious smelling moin-moin from its fresh green leaves. It is pure class. It is Baba at his band-leader best.
It was recorded back in the days when he still had to vocally instruct Africa 70 but that notwithstanding it's still all about very tight musical arrangement. Improve the quality of your life and listen with intent.
Lester Bowie (from his brother's Defunkt) guests on the track, and Fela's on piano, sax tenor and alto.
Enjoy it!


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VA - Cosmic Balearic Beats Vol. 1 (2008)

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01. Stratus - Footprints
02. Phoreski - 80's Boy
03. Coyote - Grow Your Hair
04. Maelstrom - Petrichor
05. Homerun - The Killer Storm
06. Bottin - Fondamente Nove
07. Rubber Room - Cockroach
08. Massimiliano Pagliara - Bu
09. Spektrum - Fit Together (Cosmo Remix)
10. Lullabies In The Dark - Estrella
11. Ichisan - Radar Pulse Is Sent
12. In Flagranti - Personal Angst
13. Lovelock - Don't Turn Away (From My Love)


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Alice Russell - Pot Of Gold (2008)

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01. Turn and Run
02. Two Steps
03. Living the Life of a Dreamer
04. Let Us Belong
05. Got the Hunger
06. Lights Went Out
07. Crazy
08. Hesitate
09. Universe
10. Hurry on Now
11. All Alone


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