Where elements of Jazz, funk, soul, hiphop, dub, rock steady , latin, afro-beat and brazilian grooves connect with tomorrows sound.

Playlist 11/10/08

1. Mc Lyte Cha Cha Cha [First Priority]
2. Ozomatli Cumbia [Almo]
3. Bronx River Parkway & Candella All Stars Donde [Truth & Soul]
4. TM Juke & The Jack Baker Trio Rolling Stone To A Landslide [Tru Thoughts]
5. The Soul Jazz Orchestra State Terrorism [Do Right!]
6. The Soul Jazz Orchestra Insurrection [Do Right!]
7. The Soul Jazz Orchestra Little Habana [Do Right!]
8. Sir Victor Uwaifo & His Melody Maestroes Dododo (Ekassa No.1) [Strut]
9. Cosmic Force Trinidad Bump [Truth & Soul]
10. Steel An' Skin Afro Punk Reggae Dub [Honest Jons]
11. Fudge Fingas Ghost House [Prime Numbers]
12. Herbie Hancock Wiggle Waggle (Mr Scruff Remix) [Verve]
13. Aldo Vanucci & Featurecast Walk Like A Man (Fidel Remix) [Funk Weapons]
14. Guts Le Bienheureux Take A Look Around You (Benji Boko Remix) [Wax On]
15. Maroon Town Feat. Steve B Pound To The Dollar [Acid Jazz]
16. Carl Bradney Slipping Into Darkness [PK]

Hi
I'm not gonna rabbit about the selection this week, I have too much on my plate at the mo'.
Feel free to drop me a line if you require any additional info.
I do hope you enjoy the show. Laters, P.
Paul Gamblin (aka Heavy Mannas)

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Tom said:
The people of Freo are crying out for you to DJ a monthly party - we need the heart beat of Afro-beat back on the dance floor.
Anonymous Punter said:
Hi Tom, noted and understood!! Any suggestions as to the location / day?
What about the Norfolk Basement? Fridays are out for me because of the show and Creatures gigs.
I'm up for a dance session somewhere local. Need that right now. ;-)
cheers
Paul
blair said:
we could afro up a jazz lounge together mate! you, me, russ dewbury every two months?
Paul (aka Anonymous Punter) said:
hmm... that would be schweet mate, Saturday nights could be a goer. Let's talk more when we can. ;-)
Easy B
P.
Jimmy Sykes said:
Another dynamite selection. Keep on keeping on! I am a robot...
Paul (I may be a Robot) said:
Thanks Jimmy! Always great to receive your comments. I hope all is good in Dundee / Spain!!
;-)
P.
Tom said:
Hi Paul, I recently became the venue manager of kulcha - above the dome on the cafe strip - and I want to increase the bpm of this joint in an Afrocentric style. I've told Brooke - the girl who does our programming - about your kind of selecting and she is keen. Why don't you come down one night and have a chat - don't pay to get in, just ask to see me. By the way, we're showing Music is the Weapon on Nov 7, the story of Fela. T.
Paul said:
Hi Tom,
Would love to catch up. I'll hook up with you in the next few days.
I have just emailed Brooke about the Fela thing, I missed out this time as DJ support. But Brooke should have my email details, please grab them and email me so we can work something out.
cheers for now
Paul


As far as I know, I am not a robot.