Kerri Chandler - Downtown (623 Mix)
Label: Downtown 161
that rim shot.
Boiler Room Detroit
some guy recorded boilerroom detroit for all of your listening pleasure. this is an unofficial upload. It starts at the end of Kyles set and onward. Im not sure why he didnt record Manuel Gonzalez’s set (JOINT WAS RAW). But enjoy.
Im pretty sure Boileroom.tv should have the official footage and podcast uploaded pretty soon.
when this got played at Moodymanns skating party i totally lost it.
hope he’ll drop this in london… it’s another tune that’s always on my ipod. and i never skip it. by never i mean never.
why didn’t u idiots tell me about this before?!?! that Across 110th St remix/edit was highly enjoyable A++ would recommend
01. K.C.Y.C., “Stompin’ Grounds” (Stompin Ground Mix) [Strictly Rhythm]
02. Blue & K-White, “Now That I Have You” [Skalla Records]
03. Andrade, “I Need It” [Dessous Recordings]
04. I:Cube, “Deep End” [Versatile Records]
05. Moodymanc, “Glasgow” [Centric Music]
06. Mr. G, “Lex (Flip Floppin’)” [Phoenix G]
07. Matias Valdmont, “Ogun” (Kasper Remix) [Esperanza]
08. Makam, “Self-Awarness” [Sushitech]
09. Jimpster, “Treat Me Right” [Freerange Records]
10. Lucas Mari, “AM” (12″ Mix) [Savor Music]
11. David Harness & Chris Lum, “Soul Bump” [Harlum Musiq]
12. Unknown artist, “110th St.” [white]
13. Oscar P. & C. Scott, “The Message” (NYC Philly Tribute Mix) [Open Bar Music]
14. Giano, “Looks Like Love” [Tequila Trax]
Ok here’s the lowdown, I hope you enjoy this latest instalment.
Producer and arranger H.B. Barnum remains one of the unsung giants of popular music, collaborating with a who’s who of acts spanning from Frank Sinatra to Puff Daddy.
Legendary music producer and arranger H. B. Barnum, a man who has worked with an extraordinary cross-spectrum of performers, was born Hidle Brown Barnum, Jr. on July 15, 1936 in Houston, Texas. At age four, he won a nationwide talent contest for his singing and piano playing, which launched a film and radio career that included appearances on Amos ‘n’ Andy and The Jack Benny Program. Barnum recorded his first solo album at the age of fourteen as Pee Wee Barnum. He attended Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles, California.
In 1960 Barnum scored a Top 40 pop hit of his own with the instrumental “Lost Love,” signing to RCA later that year to release his debut LP, The Big Voice of Barnum — H.B., That Is. Everybody Loves H.B. — Barnum, That Is trailed in 1961, and while a handful of solo records followed, his performing career gradually took a backseat to his work as a studio arranger and producer. Upon joining Capitol Records in 1965 Barnum’s reputation flourished. Often he worked in collaboration with producer and longtime friend David Axelrod, and together they forged an innovative orchestral jazz-funk sensibility much copied and sampled in the decades to come. Barnum’s list of studio credits is remarkably long and distinguished, including sessions with Sinatra, Count Basie, Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls, and the Supremes.
But for me it was the less know collaborations with the likes of Spanky, Greg Perry and his involvement with the Motown great Holland Dozier Holland. By the mid-’70s Barnum shifted his focus from pop music to television, scoring countless series and specials in addition to composing myriad advertising jingles.career gradually took a backseat to his work as a studio arranger and producer. Upon joining Capitol Records in 1965 Barnum’s reputation flourished. Often he worked in collaboration with producer and longtime friend David Axelrod, and together they forged an innovative orchestral jazz-funk sensibility much copied and sampled in the decades to come.
House Of Mirrors - David McCallum
If I Can’t Fly - Honeycone
Fifty Fifty - Al Wilson
Sunshine Of Your Love - Spanky Wilson
Ade - Letta Mbulu
Interlude - Perry & Barnum
Variety Is The Spice Of Life - Greg Perry
Oops Here I Go - Edna Wright
If The price Is Right - Edna Wright
Edge - David McCallum
Wille Tee - Mirror
I Can’t Stand To See You Cry - Smokey Robinson
Lets Get Away From It All - Greg Perry -
A Taste Of… - The Youghearts
Wonder Why - Vernon Burch
Looking Up To You - Michael Wycoff
Make Love Last - Karen Pree
I Surrender - The Glass House
I Can’t Move No Mountains - Sophosticates
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Theo Parrish - Early Byrd
It’s Theo Saturday at Plastic People again this weekend. I still haven’t been. It’s touch and go again this weekend but I will go at some point!!
i’m def missing it, but will go at some point! Last month it was the snow and the month before that he was on the same night as Robert Owens and Carl Craig I think…
I’d be missing it this month anyway cos even if was in the country I’d be goin to Danny Krivit at the East Village.
DJ Nagureo - Peace Out
This tune is from Dance Dance revolution Max. I totally forgot about how many solid tunes the DDR series has. This is a nice little deep house roller. If it was longer than a minute. People could actually play it in sets.
ahhh, ddr. in edinburgh i had a ddr buddy, we’d go to the bowling hall once a month or so… in budapest i found no ddr machines (only ripoffs) and i doubt whether there is one in oxford… in london otoh… but it’s not as much fun on your own :s