this on Friday night with my pals Adam Regan and Rhys Adams. I dropped this little beauty, which always gets a good response whenever I play it. It’s funny that when I purchased this record, I was DJ’ing at the Rum Runner playing New Romantic/Electronic music, but I always picked up on certain tracks that got played at the Disco, Funk and Soul night at the club.
Every Way But Loose (Mixed by
Larry Levan) by Plunky and the Oneness of Juju (Sutra Records 1982)
Every Way But Loose (for a limited period only)
Posted in DJ'ing, Music
Tagged 12 inch vinyl, 80's, Adam Regan, Boogie, Disco, DJ Dick, Freestyle, Funk, Larry Levan, Plunky and the Oneness of Juju, Rhys Adams, Rum Runner, Sam Redmore, Soul, Sutra Records, Yesking
….All club soundsystems would be like this…
Posted about LCD Soundsystem before.
Posted about Soulwax before.
Posted in Craftsman, Music
Tagged 12inch Single, 2ManyDJS, 7inch Single, amp, Craftsman, Despacio Soundsysystem, DFA Records, Disco, James Murphy, Soul Wax, soulwax, soundsystems, Vinyl
Can anyone else hear the similarities?
Go Bang! #5 by Dinosaur L (Sleeping Bag Records 1982)
Arthur Russell production, mixed by Francois K.
I like the
Basement Jaxx track, by the way.
Posted in DJ'ing
Tagged Adam Regan, B12, Birmingham England, Digbeth, Disco, DJ Dick, Hip Hop, House Music, Kenny Dope, Kenny Dope Gonzalez, Leftfoot, Masters at Work, Matt Beck, Reggae, Sam Redmore, The Rainbow Digbeth
Another great interview by
Ashley is an all round nice guy and a talent that is undeniable when it comes to dance/club music from the late 80’s to the present day. I tip my hat to you Mr. Beedle.
Posted in Craftsman, Music
Tagged Ashley Beedle, Black Science Orchestra, Boys Own, Chris Tubbs, Craftsman, Disco, Heads Down, House Music, Reggae, Soul, X-Press 2
Last minute I know, but worth a visit, if ya looking for something to do in Brum…
Mr. Carthy many times to play at Leftfoot, and they were all as enjoyable as this one….
The home of Scruff’s releases,
Ninja Tune, has always had a place in my heart too.
Posted in Leftfoot, Music
Tagged 2003, 2012, Adam Regan, Andy Carthy, Birmingham England, Brew, Cakemaker, Coldcut, Cover Art, Custard Factory, Digbeth, Disco, DJ Dick, Dub, Film, Fish, Get A Move On, Grand Central Records, Hotpot, House Music, Keep It Unreal, Leftfoot, Macclesfield, Madness, Manchester, Mark Rae, Mr. Scruff, Music, Ninja Tune, Radio, Robs Records, Sleeve Art, Solid Steel, Soul, Stockport, Tea, Video, You Tube
I have a soft spot for this
label and the work of Daniel Wang.
Electrokution by Block 16 (Balihu 2003)
Here (for a limited period only)
Posted in Music
Tagged Balihu, Berlin, Block 16, Daniel Wang, Disco, Dub, House Music, loft, Music, New York, Nu Groove, Prelude Records, San Francisco, Soul, Taipei, Taiwan, Vinyl Rip
Disco legend Donna Summer died this morning in Florida at the age of 63. The singer had been battling cancer for some time.
We all know the classics, but I have a particular liking for this collaboration with John Barry, who I’ve mentioned
before on this blog.
Down Deep Inside (Theme From The Deep) by Donna Summer (Casablanca Records 1977)
Down Deep Inside (Theme From The Deep) (for a limited period only)
Theme From The Deep (Instrumental) by John Barry (Casablanca Records 1977)
Theme From The Deep (Instrumental) (for a limited period only)
And this is one of my all time favourite songs….CHOON!…
State Of Independence by Donna Summer (WEA Records 1982)
State Of Independence (for a limited period only)
Donna Summer’s disco was as radical as punk
Posted in R.I.P.
Tagged 1977, 7inch Single, Casablanca Records, Disco, Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Jon Anderson, Music, R.I.P., Soul, Vangelis, Vinyl Rip