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Audiogramme du mardi 22 Mars 2016

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1. Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers – Egyptian Reggae
2. Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie
3. Junior Murvin – Police & Thieves
4. Dilinger – Cocaine in my Brain
5. Ian Dury – Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll
6. Miguel De Deus – Black Soul Brothers
7. Don Thompson – Fanny Brown
8. George & Gwen McRae – The Rub
9. Dr Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band – Cherchez La Femme
10. Willie Bobo – Funky Sneakers
11. Leon Ware – Don’t You Wanna Come
12. Rose Royce – Keep On Keepin’ On
13. Curtis Mayfield – Billy Jack
14. Funkadelic – One Nation Under A Groove

BONUS:

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Audiogramme du lundi 21 Mars 2016

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1. Mahmoud Ahmed – Ere Mela Mela
2. Jacques Higelin – Cigarette
3. Albert Marcoeur – Le Jus d’Abricot
4. João Bosco – Kid Cavaquinho
5. Wando – Nega De Obaluae
6. Madeline Bell – That’s What Friends Are For
7. Tower Of Power – Ebony Jam
8. Bootsy Collins – I’d Rather Be With You
9. The Cannonball Adderley Quintet – Oh Babe
10. Curtis Mayfield – Blue Monday People
11. Leroy Hutson – All Because of You
12. The Meditations – Senorita
13. Kraftwerk – Radioactivity

BONUS:

Audiogramme du lundi 8 Fevrier 2016

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1. Mulatu Astatke and The Heliocentrics – Chinese New Year
2. The Platters – On A Slow Boat To China
3. Frank Sinatra – It Was A Very Good Year
4. Tori Amos – Pretty Good Year
5. Jeff Buckley – New Year’s Prayer
6. Noah and The Whale – Still After All These Years
7. Men Without Hats – Living In China
8. Japan – Visions Of China
9. Iggy Pop – China Girl
10. David Bowie – Golden Years (1999 Remastered Version)
11. The Doobie Brothers – China Grove
12. Curtis Mayfield – This Year
13. Indochine – Mao Boy (Oli De Sat – No Future Mix)
14. Nino Ferrer – Mao et Moa
15. Serge Gainsbourg – Mickey Maousse
16. Joan As Police Woman – New Year’s Day

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Pause de l’après-midi du mercredi 12 novembre 2014

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1. Loopstache – Tomorrow Never Knows (The Beatles)
2. Bastille – We Can’t Stop (Originally by Miley Cyrus)
3. CAKE – Thrills (The Chakachas)
4. Steve Winwood – It’s All Right! (Curtis Mayfield)
5. Matt Corby – Lonely Boy (The Black Keys)
6. Huff This! – The Right Stuff (New Kids On The Block cover)
7. Patricia Barber – She’s A Lady (Tom Jones)

Movin’

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I just moved. It’s weird. Tonight’s my first night in a new bed, in a new room in a new flat with flatmates (!!).
I don’t know why I just remembered an ad: There are no old Porsches, Just new owners…
Anyway… the internet connexion isn’t as fast but change is always a good thing, or so they say.





People movin’ out
People movin’ in


Very catchy track that samples the opening line from The Temptations’ Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today)





People movin’ out
People movin’ in
Why, because of the color of their skin
Run, run, run, but you sho’ can’t hide
An eye for an eye
A tooth for a tooth
Vote for me, and I’ll set you free
Rap on brother, rap on
Well, the only person talkin’
‘Bout love thy brother is the preacher
And it seems,
Nobody is interested in learnin’
But the teacher
Segregation, determination, demonstration,
Integration, aggravation,
Humiliation, obligation to our nation
Ball of Confusion
That’s what the world is today

The sale of pills are at an all time high
Young folks walk around with
Their heads in the sky
Cities aflame in the summer time
And, the beat goes on

Air pollution, revolution, gun control,
Sound of soul
Shootin’ rockets to the moon
Kids growin’ up too soon
Politicians say more taxes will
Solve everything
And the band played on
So round ‘n’ round ‘n’ round we go
Where the world’s headed, nobody knows
Just a Ball of Confusion
Oh yea, that’s what the wold is today

Fear in the air, tension everywhere
Unemployment rising fast,
The Beatles’ new record’s a gas
And the only safe place to live is
On an indian reservation
And the band played on
Eve of destruction, tax deduction
City inspectors, bill collectors
Mod clothes in demand,
Population out of hand
Suicide, too many bills, hippies movin’
To the hills
People all over the world, are shoutin’
End the war
And the band played on.



This Motown song was released in 1970! The lyrics are still completely relevant (except for The Beatles’ new record bit… But who’d have said that we’d see the Beach Boys’ Smile Sessions in 2011?!)

Let’s stick with this song a little bit longer. A few years ago, I went cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs / I mean mashups. Here’s Go Home Productions’s Rolling Confusion





I think you can still download it here. It mixes the Temptations with the Stones’ Gimme Shelter and Street Fighting man.
Which reminds me: go download this live album now. Street Fighting Man is particularly exceptional.





It showcases one of the Stones’ unsung heroes Mick Taylor who left the band shortly after that tour, and as my dear friend Serge says: it feels like some proto-post-punk at the end / Gang of Four, any one?





OK, I’m getting tired. this connexion is making blogging a real achievement. Hint hint nudge nudge flatmates: we need to move on up! bandwidth-wise in this case…


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December 8, 2011 at 02:01