Thursday, 21 July 2011
Homemade selection of tunes to dance and shout and cry to, volume two. From Jamaica to Pakistan, with only the good and the groovy.
tapper zukie - man ah warrior
larry & alvin - please stay
phillis dillon - right track
ken boothe - everything I own
calixto ochoa - corazon enamorado
banda 20 de julio de repelon - la pita
maria alba - negra soy
unknown band - el apagon
jerry hansen & the ramblers dance band - waise abrabo
abaraka guitar band of nigeria - oru owerre
quim manuel o espirito santo - eme lelu
dur dur - no track name
the blue birds - hussani lal qalander
sapan-jagmohan - giraffe trapping music
athanase akpovi -kinto gni messea
francis bebey - bissau
Volume one is here also.
Tuesday, 12 July 2011
Another 80 cents tape I bought last week in a charity shop. This time it's a Discos Fuentes tape, and it contains many great tracks. The problem is the inlay info doesn't mention the band names, and I couldn't find anything on the web. No date either, but it should be sometime in the 70's.
Just what you need for this hot summer, sipping beer in the shade and chewing peanuts...
It lives here: TH
Monday, 11 July 2011
Tuesday, 5 July 2011
B-movie style soundtracks, odd 60’s pop, early reggae, horror novelty… a rather western selection featuring a good bunch of super-hits and a few unclassify-able weirderies ; probably not suitable for dance parties but highly recommended for 5am white wine moments or Sunday leek’n’vinaigrette lunch.
01 Basil Kirchin – Primitive London
02 The Kingstonians – I’ll be around
03 The Sharades/Joe Meek – Dumb Head
04 Dean Carter – Midnight Sun
05 Ennio Morricone – Driving Decoys
06 The Lyrics – Mr Man
07 Piero Umiliani – Due Mafiosi Contro Goldginger
08 Joy & Dave – Let’s go & see Grandma
09 Angelique – Mio Amore Sta Lontano
10 Keith & Tex – Stop that train
11 Laurie Johnson – Dead Man’s Treasure
12 Henri Salvador – Dracula Cha Cha Cha
13 Dean Carter – Shadow of Evil
14 Ennio Morricone – Deep Down
15 Ricky Wayne/Joe Meek - Muscles
16 Piero Umiliani – Azione Sindacale
17 Screaming Lord Sutch – She’s fallen in love with the monster man
18 Laurie Johnson – The Joker
19 Kookie Cook - Drums
20 The Pebbles - We Love the Beatles
Here's a bunch of classic, cheesy, odd songs that you`re likely to hear while travelling in the Mexican Metro. Hundreds of Cumbia, Salsa and Mambo tunes packed on cheap DVDs sold by kids in every carriage. Hence the lack of information and the lack of sense.
Get it Here