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22 Abr 2010, 20:34 de zikamu19.01.2010. Migrations Radio Show #306 , by Mr Goju:
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1. James Brown - Superbad (Regrooved by The Sly Players) / Goodgroove
2. Umbo & Balatz ft Jaksa Jordes - Groove On (Nick Fonkynson Remix ft Jacky) / Aniligital
3. Trotter - Is The Feeling (Danny Massure Remix) / Royal Soul
4. Sonny Fodera - Southern Girls / Drop Music
5. Credence Clearwater Revival - Suzie Q (PulpFusion Mix) /
6. Sir Jarvis - Freaky Grapewine / Badass 45
7. Tape Live - Bad Boy Good Man / Wagram
8. The Uptown Felaz - Eastern Street / Shiftin Gears
9. Fort Knox Five - How to Start a Band (Torpedo Boyz Remix) / Fort Knox
10. Arktic Monkeys - Fake Tales of San-Francisco (Iskra Disco!rocking edit) /
11. Al Lindrum & His Magic Hat- Hide and Seek (Unkle Ho Remix) / UrbanWorld
12. Bobby Hughes Combination - Kerma Elastica (Nicola Conte Remix) / Schema
30 Oct 2009, 5:15 de the-othersidePut your music player, whatever it is, on random or shuffled play.
Answer these questions with the song you get when you hit the skip button!
Note: some songs will make sense, others won't. Don't Cheat!
Which song describes the mood you are in right now?: Muse - Shrinking Universe
Which song describes the mood you are usually in?: The Sweet Inspirations - Emergency
Which song describes one of your favorites things to do?: A Perfect Circle - Magdalena
Which song describes something else you like to do?: Tegan and Sara - Monday Monday Monday
Which song explains the way you think about love?: Goo Goo Dolls - Only One
What would you sing to your soulmate right now?: Damien Rice - Sweet Avenue
Which song best represents you?: Nine Inch Nails - Sin
Which song describes your sexual preference?: Bright Eyes - Road to Joy
Which song describes what would occur between you and a prostitute?: Stan Getz - Soul Eyes
Your lover on the side?: The Killers - Read My Mind
22 Oct 2008, 7:49 de MrStyle1. How did you get into 29? Anita Baker
She was a regular on the radio station I use to listen to at night.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? The Emotions
These girls are my mom's favorite. She loves ballads and more than likely "Don't Ask My Neighbor" was the first song I heard by them.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? Kirk Franklin
"Someone asked a question, why do we sing? When we lift our hands to Jesus what do we really mean? Someone may be wondering when we sing our song, at times we maybe crying and nothing even wrong. I sing because I'm happy, I sing because I'm free."
4. How did you get into 49? The Williams Brothers
On accident I downloaded one of their songs and their words touch me so that I needed more!
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Patti LaBelle
I have never bought an Patti Labelle album. My mom owned "Flame" or something like that. It was a really good CD but Patti isn't an artist I actually buy full albums of.
2 Jun 2008, 4:27 de LadyDiWolfe1. How did you get into 29?
Minnie Riperton - it was just a coincidence.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 23?
The Lovin' Spoonful
Daydream ...but when I heard Darling Be Home Soon, I started to like the band.
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33?
"Miles and miles and miles away, somewhere in the sun
Captain Supernatural's men wern't having too much fun
Bob Hope's tour in sixty-four is all that they have had
and Bogie films didn't seem to help"
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
The Beach Boys
I don't have a favourite there.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
Anyone Who Had A Heart
7. Is there a song by 40 that makes you sad?
8. What is your favorite album by 15?
Liza Live! It's just so much full of feeling.
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
14 Feb 2008, 18:16 de 2Serenityhttp://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z275/2SerenityLife/hearts.jpg
Happy Valentine's Day last.fm friends!
Some bloggers/podcasters are participating in music podcasts expressing their love through music.
Here is a link to some podcasts that my blogger friends are doing:
Much love to my boy on twitter @tgrundy for posting!
Also, let me add that my twitter friend @calinative has a podcast too:
More information on the podcasts from @tgrundy
Enjoy and Happy Valentine's Day!
Earth, Wind & Fire
Friends Of Distinction
Kool & the Gang
10 Feb 2008, 4:47 de TMoorA new Last.fm friend recently asked me my favorite songs of all time. I can't compile a list that narrow, but it did get me to thinking about the music I've listened to over the years.
Like the first song I remember hearing: Hit the Road Jack by Ray Charles. I was 3.
The first song I ever learned, my older brother taught me:
It's a me
It's a me Oh Lord
Standin' in the need of prayer
I grew up on Top 40 radio and remember first paying attention to rotation with Another Saturday Night by Sam Cooke. The concept of "crossover" music was years away for me.
One year my older sister came back from summer vacation with a stack of albums that I quickly appropriated. Artists like Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Friends of Distinction, Junior Walker & the All-Stars. She also had a coupla things I just couldn't get with: A mopped female vocal quartet called The Beatle Buddies and a female country singer. All I remember about her was a cover of Bobbie Gentry's "Ode To Billie Joe. …
1 Ene 2008, 20:12 de gefosterjrOf the three major hotbeds for soul music during the 1960s, Motown had the hits and Memphis had the grit. Unfortunately, Chicago's fertile soul community is often left off the map — and if it's recognized at all, it's mostly for the accomplishments of Curtis Mayfield, both as a member of the Impressions and later as a solo act. The Chicago Soul scene obviously fostered a variety of production styles, but its best-known hits — including "The Monkey Time" by Major Lance, "Get on Up" by the Esquires, "People Get Ready" by the Impressions, and "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher" by Jackie Wilson — featured a sound based on laid-back yet effervescent soul, with sweet vocals and a stinging horn section. Though Mayfield is rightly the central figure in the rise of Chicago soul, considering his work as a songwriter and producer as well as bandleader and vocalist, arranger/producer Johnny Pate and producer/A&R man Carl Davis deserve much credit for development of the sound. …
9 Nov 2007, 10:16 de beezer_bhttp://www.worldofproper.com/i/webflyer.jpg
Ye merry gentlemen and merry ladies are please to join us for A Christmas Records Party at the Mucky Pup.
The World Of Proper DJs will be playing nothing but yuletide sounds for the whole night, taking in the full spectrum from VERY GOOD through to REALLY NOT VERY GOOD AT ALL. There'll be Mulled wine(!!), mistletoe (no tongues you pervs), peace on earth, cheer and some people (us included) will be wearing festive garms! A proper Christmas party for you and your kin!
Thursday 13th of December @ The Mucky Pup
39 Queen's Head Street (Off Essex Rd) Islington, London, The Planet!
Including songs from: The Sonics, Dora Hall, The Emotions, The Impressions, Bing Crosby, Cliff Richard, Clarence Carter, Shonen Knife, Charles Brown, The Weather Girls, The Rotary Connection, Wizzard, Can, James Brown, Butthole Surfers, The Maytals, B.B. King, David Bowie, Wham, The Don Burrows Quintet, Slade, The Jackson 5, Lowell Fulson, Bruce Springsteen, Donny Hathaway…