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WaaterproOf and ZjAk - One hour Mix 100% Poly-Rythmo
WaaterproOf and ZjAk - One hour Mix 100% Poly-Rythmo
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-31

SPECIAL PARIS DJS MIX number 200 !! ONE HOUR LONG !!!

The Tout Puissant Orchestre de Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou Benin will be playing tomorrow night at the Jazz A La Villette festival along with Amadou and Mariam (featuring guests Romeo and Michele Stodart from The Magic Numbers), Seun Kuti and DJ RKK (Radio Nova) - don't miss this show!!

Anyone deeply into old school African music must have already stumbled upon the Jam Magica blog and its growing index of the Orchestre de Poly-Rythmo complete discography. I go there every month at least, and when I saw that Afrofunk collector ZjAk with the help of his friend WaaterproOf had done a one hour Poly-Rythmo mix for Radio Grenouille in Marseilles, I asked them to send us a high-quality version for us to podcast on Paris DJs, the day right before the Paris show. They even re-recorded the mix to insure the best possible quality. It's all rare dusty 45s and old LPs selected and mixed with love, and remastered with care by Grant Phabao of course. Enjoy!

Tracklisting :
01. "Aiha ni kpe we" VOLUME 4 -Albarika Stores- ALS 048
02. "Homin si tche" VOLUME 4 -Albarika Stores- ALS 048
03. "Medida" KINGS OF BENIN 1972-80 -Soundway Records- SNDWLP004
04. "It's a vanity" AFRICAN SCREAM CONTEST -Analog Africa- AALP 063
05. "E ma dokpo mi o" 7 inch -Albarika Store- ASB 135 A side
06. "Gbeti madjro" AFRICAN SCREAM CONTEST -Analog Africa- AALP 063
07. "Ai gabani" 7 inch -Albarika Store- ASB 135 B side
08. "Ecoute ma mélodie" ESKILL and VICKY -Ama Sun- SUN LPS 1002
09. "Hwe towe hun" KINGS OF BENIN 1972-80 -Soundway Records-
10. "N'goua" 7 inch number 8 -Badmos- BB122 A side
11. "A o o ida" 7 inch number 3 -Badmos- BB117 A side
12. "Davi Djinto" VOLUME 4 -Albarika Stores- ALS 048

Links :
jammagica.blogspot.com
myspace.com/waterproofdarwinian
First aired on Radio Grenouille (Marseille) grenouille888.org
cite-musique.fr/minisites/0909_jazz_villette
polyrythmo.com
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Benin

Video + more info (in french) available on the Paris DJs blog

Credits :
Selected and mixed by the WaaterproOf and ZjAk
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)

Direct download: WaaterproOf_and_ZjAk-One_Hour_Orchestre_Poly_Rythmo_Mix.mp3
Category:Guests DJs -- posted at: 8:19am EST

Paris DJs Soundsystem - 21st Century Latin Vol.5
Paris DJs Soundsystem - 21st Century Latin Vol.5
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) T.I.M.E.C., 2009-08-29

From cantina-chic grooves by Money Mark (with Latin rockers Los Lobos) to funky Samba by Seu Jorge or Zuco 103, from Gipsy soul by Papawa Vs Palov and Mishkin to latin beats by Mo' Horizons, Color Climax, or DJ Graham B, tradition, modernism and cliché never stop clashing in 21st century Latin records from all over the world. Get your mustache on!

Tracklisting :
01. Money Mark and Los Lobos - Another Day To Love You
(from 'Change Is Coming' album, 2001 / Emperor Norton)
more info on wikipedia.org
02. Seu Jorge - Mina Do Condomínio
(from (América Brasil O Disco' album, 2008 / Naive)
more info on wikipedia.org
03. Zuco 103 - Informação
(from 'Retouched After the Carnaval Remixes' album, 2009 / Dox)
more info on myspace.com/zuco103
04. Papawa Vs Palov and Mishkin - La Flaca (Palov and Mishkin Mix)
(from 'Más Achilifunk - Gipsy Soul From 21st Century' compilation, 2009 / Lovemonk)
more info on parisdjs.com
05. DJ Graham B - Cavagogo
(from 'No Room For Chairs' album, 2009 / Freestyle)
more info on parisdjs.com
06. Mo' Horizons - Tu Fiesta Personal (TM Juke Remix)
(from '10 Years Of Mo Horizons' compilation, 2008 / Agogo)
more info on agogo-records.com
07. Color Climax - Pa Coco Solo
(from 'Plug It In' album, 2007 / Breakin' Bread)
more info on myspace.com/colorclimaxmyspace
08. Mo' Horizons - Ay y N'Ama (Barrio Katz Rework)
(from 'Ay y N'Ama' single, 2007 / Agogo)
more info on myspace.com/mohorizons

All the original covers of the records played on this mix are available on the Paris DJs blog

Credits :
Selected and mixed by Grant Phabao and Djouls from the Paris DJs Soundsystem (parisdjs.com)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)

Direct download: Paris_DJs_Soundsystem-21st_Century_Latin_Vol_5.mp3
Category:T.I.M.E.C. DJs -- posted at: 5:33pm EST

Paris DJs Soundsystem - Who Is Molesting Laura? (part 8)
Paris DJs Soundsystem - Who Is Molesting Laura ? (part 8)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-26

We received many messages of hope that we'd keep on accosting, assailling, abusing, disturbing and more maltreating of our dear Laura. Here's the JAZZ take on the story. If you're into tasty covers of classics, into Jazz or even into Stevie or Sly Stone, you should find the kind of stuff you enjoy, in this soundtrack to the life of a perpetually molested girl!

Tracklisting :

01. Ed Maciel E Sua Orquestra - Michelle
(from 'Na Onda' album, 1966 / London Records)
Beautifully arranged big band cover of The Beatles, if anyone's got the Volumes 4/6/7/8/9/10 or 11 of the Na Onda series from Ed Maciel please share...
more info on loronix.blogspot.com

02. Earl Grant - Fever
(from 'The Versatile Earl Grant' album, 1958 / Decca)
Earl Grant's recordings rarely included his vocals, most of them are instrumental Jazz and Organ music, here's a rare vocal take, his unique rendition of the Jazz Classic Fever.
more info on wikipedia.org

03. Dennis Chambers - In Time
(from 'Outbreak' album, 2002 / ESC Records)
The funk and jazz-rock drums virtuoso kills it all here with this non-revolutionnary but technically flawless Sly and The Family Stone cover.
more info on dennischambers.com or on wikipedia.org

04. Quincy Jones - Superstition
(from 'You've Got It Bad Girl' album, 1973 / A and M)
It's hard to tire of cool Stevie Wonder covers. This one features, uncredited, Billy Preston, Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder, billed here as 'three beautiful brothers'...
more info on oufarkhan.blogspot.com

05. Charles Kynard - Superstition
(from 'Your Mama Don't Dance' album, 1973 / Mainstream)
The same Stevie cover, taken from another fantastic album, and featuring an incredible set of musicians too: Chuck Rainey on bass, Arthur Adams on guitar, Paul Humphreys on drums, George Bohannon on trombone, and, of course, the mighty Charles Kynard on organ. Make it funky jazz!
more info on soundsfromthefunkygoat.blogspot.com

06. Blue Mitchell, Roy Haynes, Charles Kynard and Charles Williams - Family Affair
(from 'Booty' album, 1974 / Mainstream)
Here's another marvel taken from the Mainstream Records discography (if you don't know this label yet get into it now!), and another cool soul funky jazz Sly Stone cover for your ears.
more info on myjazzworld.blogspot.com

07. Dee Dee Bridgewater - Sex Machine
(from 'Live at Yoshi's' album, 2000 / Verve)
Recorded at the legendary Bay Area jazz club on April 1998 in Oakland, this electrifying scat take on James Brown's classic is exhuberantly full of life and sheer energy. Frantically unique.
more info on wikipedia.org or on myrapidsharemp3.blogspot.com

08. Ramsey Lewis - Unchain My Heart
(from 'Live In Tokyo' album, 1968 / Cadet)
The Bobby Sharp classic (immortalized by Ray Charles in 1961) given a live makover by pianist extraordinaire Ramsey Lewis.
more info on wikipedia.org

09. Don Randi - Bang, Bang
(from 'Live On The Sunset Strip' album, 1966 / Reprise)
Written by Sonny Bono for singer-actress Cher in 1966, and covered the same year by pianist Don Randi in a trio setting, recorded at Sherry's in Hollywood. The leader is accompanied by Pat Smith on bass and John Clauder on drums.
more info on donrandi.com or on wikipedia.org

The original record artworks are to be found on the Paris DJs blog, as usual.

Credits :
Selected and mixed by the Paris DJs Soundsystem (myspace.com/parisdjs)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com) using The Corpse Came Calling by Brett Halliday pocket book artwork

Direct download: Paris_DJs_Soundsystem-Who_Is_Molesting_Laura_part_8.mp3
Category:T.I.M.E.C. DJs -- posted at: 9:59am EST

Zamali - The Paris DJs Way To Funk
Zamali - The Paris DJs Way To Funk
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-24

Many times in the past people have come to me while I was deejaying asking for some Michael Jackson track. A favorite surprise of mine was to play them Zamali's bootleg remix ABC In Central Park (available on Grant Phabao and Djouls are Molesting Laura Vol.13). This Belgium DJ has been flooding the web with dope remixes and productions and he kindly delivered this party-style Dancefloor mix, recorded live with two turntables.
PS : you might also want to check his Afrofunk Selection for our groovy webfriends at wegofunk.com...

Tracklisting :
01. Notorious BIG vs Frank Sinatra - New York New York (mixed by DJ Cappel and Smitty)
(from 'Blue Eyes Meets Bed-Stuy' mixtape CD, 2008 / Moskowitz Records)
more info on myspace.com/djcappelandsmitty, byroncrawford.com or on music-selections.com
02. Stockholm Cyclo - Top Celebrities (Original Mix)
(from 'Techtonic People' album, 2006 / Soundscape Records)
more info on stockholmcyclo.com
03. Manmade - Party Block Rocker (Tal M Klein Remix)
(from 'Manmade Remixed Vol.1' compilation EP, 2009 / Manmade Recordings)
more info on myspace.com/manmaderecordings
04. Parker vs P Zilla - Up's and Down
(from 'The Artist Series II' 12 inch, 2008 / Goodgroove Records)
more info on myspace.com/djparker or on myspace.com/goodgrooverecords
05. Brenda George - What You See Is What Your Gonna Get (Fuzzbox edit)
(unreleased, from Ali B 'New Funk Revolution' radio show on Kiss FM, 2008)
more info on myspace.com/fuzzboxjsy
06. Freska Allstars - Beat Of The Year (original mix)
(from 'We Come To Rock' 12 inch, 1997 / Freskanova)
more info on discogs.com/artist/Freska+Allstars
07. Quasamodo - Let's Funk
(from 'Manmade Feature Funk Vol.1' compilation EP, 2009 / Manmade Recordings)
more info on myspace.com/manmaderecordings or on myspace.com/quasamodo
08. Basement Freaks - Gypsy Breaks (Breakbeat Junkie vs DJ P remix)
(from 'Gypsy Breaks' 12 inch, 2009 / Aniligital)
more info on myspace.com/basementfreaks, myspace.com/thebreakbeatjunkie or on myspace.com/scratchabit
09. Soul of Man - Between The Eyes (A Skillz remix)
(from 'Re-Licked: The Best Of and Remixes' compilation, 2007 / Finger Lickin' Records)
more info on fingerlickin.co.uk
10. The Sly Players - Get Down Town
(from 'The Artist Series VIII' 12 inch, 2009 / Goodgroove Records)
more info on myspace.com/theslyplayers

The original record artworks are all on the Paris DJs blog

Credits :
Selected and mixed by Zamali (myspace.com/cocodyrasta)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com) using Zamali's 6 Millions Ways To Funk original artwork

Direct download: Zamali-The_Paris_DJs_Way_To_Funk.mp3
Category:T.I.M.E.C. DJs -- posted at: 8:35am EST

Paris DJs Soundsystem - Who Is Molesting Laura ? (part 7)
Paris DJs Soundsystem - Who Is Molesting Laura ? (part 7)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-22

T.I.M.E.C. honchos Grant Phabao and Djouls have recorded at least half a dozen more Molesting Laura episodes for this podcast series of the Paris DJs Soundsystem. This new one is centered around instrumental interpretations of famous hits and classics. Once again, please leave a comment on the the Paris DJs blog if you want us to stop molesting the dear Laura. If on the other hand you enjoy the tasty selection of covers the Paris DJs Soundsystem are gathering every month... Then just leave a message of hope that we'll keep Molesting Laura on and on and on and on (and on)...

Tracklisting :

01. Robert Walter - Rivers of Babylon
(from 'Cure All' album, 2008 / Palmetto Records)
Rare jazz-lounge cover of The Melodians classic.
more info on parisdjs.com

02. Certain Lions and Tigers - Fever
(from 'El Soul Condor' album, 1970 / Polydor)
Fantastic cover of the Little Willie John classic popularized by Peggy Lee, recently reissued on Peter Herbolzheimer's Big Band Man (4xCD boxset).
more info on dustygroove.com

03. Ed Maciel E Sua Orquestra - Les Cornichons
(from 'Na Onda' album, 1966 / London Records)
Organic and brassy cover of Nino Ferrer, if anyone's got the Volumes 4/6/7/8/9/10 or 11 of the Na Onda series from Ed Maciel please share...
more info on loronix.blogspot.com

04. The Howard Roberts Quartet - I Say A Little Prayer
(from 'Out Of Sight' album, 1968 / Capitol)
Cheesy jazz guitar cover of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's classic written for Dionne Warwick, but the album's artwork is lovely and the melody still to die for.
more info on guitarchives.com

05. Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra - My Favorite Things
(from 'A Very Ping Pong Christmas' album, 2007 / Ubiquity Records)
Richard Rodgers wrote this standard for the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music, then Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass made a big hit with it in 1968 and the song became a jazz standard for John Coltrane and many others. Shawn Lee's version... well it's Shawn Lee and you should be a fan like we are!
more info on parisdjs.com or on wikipedia.org

06. Ultimate Breaks and Beats - Think(About It)
(James Brown cover, from 'Ultimate Breaks and Beats' album, 2008 / Traffic Entertainment)
The 'instrumental covers of famous breakbeats' concept album doesn't work well over one hour, even with Leon Michels and friends playing, but most tracks picked in there independently are neo-classics just like this James Brown cover so don't even hesitate.
more info on parisdjs.com

07. Hot Fingers Jackson and The Soul Organ-Isation - Ode To Billy Joe
(from 'Hammond Explosion' album, 1968 / Columbia)
One may wonder why Bobby Gentry's original from 1967 became such a huge hit, but won't guess as to why we've chosen this groovy lounge instrumental cover by German organist Dieter Reith (under a pseudonym).
more info on wikipedia.com

08. The Quantic Soul Orchestra - Get A Move On (Alternate Mix)
(from 'Tru Thoughts Covers' compilation, 2009 / Tru Thoughts Recordings)
Once more, this is NOT a Mr Scruff cover since his Get a Move On is really a remix of Moondog's Bird Lament. The Quantic Soul Orchestra alternate take, from Tru Thoughts' recent collection of covers, definitively rocks, though.
more info on parisdjs.com

09. Cookin' On 3 Burners - Cars
(Gary Numan cover, from 'Soul Messin' album, 2009 / Freestyle Records)
The Bamboos's guitarist Lance Ferguson also plays in this Australian hammond trio, steaming funk recordings since 1997. Their cover of Gary Numan's 80s synth-pop hit tears the roof off in style: 21st century caffeine funk, tight like a virgin's ass!
more info on parisdjs.com

10. Dojo Cuts feat. Roxie Ray - Uptight
(Stevie Wonder cover, from 'Dojo Cuts feat. Roxie Ray' album, 2009 / Record Kicks)
We conclude this mix with another Australian funk band and their raw, live and still soulful take on Stevie Wonder's classic.
more info on parisdjs.com

Original record artworks are available on the Paris DJs blog

Credits :
Selected and mixed by the Paris DJs Soundsystem (myspace.com/parisdjs)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com) using Anything But Saintly by Richard Deming pocket book artwork

Direct download: Paris_DJs_Soundsystem-Who_Is_Molesting_Laura_part_7.mp3
Category:T.I.M.E.C. DJs -- posted at: 2:50pm EST

Paris DJs Soundsystem - 21st Century Latin Vol.4
Paris DJs Soundstem - 21st Century Latin Vol.4 (Latin Funk)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) T.I.M.E.C., 2009-08-20

The Latin scene is vibrant in Europe. Quantic offered at the beginning of the summer a fantastic new album on a Columbian tip. Don't miss his live show with his Combo Barbaro in Paris on September 12 (Le Bataclan). Electic new albums from Black Grass and Dub Pistols are filled with marvels in all styles - latin grooves included. Palov and Mishkin come from Greece and their latest CD has been spinning all summer in our stereos. Skeleton is the new project from Brighton's jazz master Nostalgia 77, rising the bar with each new release. An afro-latin piece will first be available on the upcoming Impossible Ark compilation out early october via Unfold/Tru Thoughts. Spain is here too with an extract from the vibrant Achilifunk remix compilation from Lovemonk records. We'll def play more tracks from this one in the future! More spanish soul jazz vibes from Spain are featured with The Jivers and their swinging song taken from the latest Jazz and Milk Records compilation EP. I've grown to the habit of buying this German label's vinyl release systematically and haven't been disappointed yet. More German latin funkiness comes next from Una Mas Trio and Mo' Horizons, both on the Agogo label, another one to be followed closely. We close the mix as we started it, with an artist from Brighton, Black Grass - his third album is so full of hits I regret buying it on CD only.
...More '21st Century Latin' music to come soon in these pages...

Tracklisting :
01. Quantic y su Combo Barbaro - Linda Morena
(from 'Tradition in Transition' album, 2009 / Tru Thoughts)
more info on parisdjs.com
02. Dub Pistols - She Moves feat. TK
(from 'Rum And Coke' album, 2009 / Sunday Best)
more info on parisdjs.com
03. Palov And Mishkin - Ambiente Tropical
(from 'Resense 006' 12 inch, 2008 / Resense)
more info on parisdjs.com
04. Skeleton - Positive Force
(from 'Impossible Ark: A Compilation' CD, 2009 / Tru Thoughts)
more info on parisdjs.com
05. Makala Vs Txarly Brown - Que Mala Suerte La Mia (Achilimix)
(from 'Más Achilifunk - Gipsy Soul From 21st Century' compilation, 2009 / Lovemonk)
more info on parisdjs.com
06. The Jivers - Do What feat. Anqui
(from 'Jazz and Milk Breaks Vol.3' EP, 2009 / JazzandMilk)
more info on parisdjs.com
07. Una Mas Trio - Son Montuno
(from 'Ritmo Del Futura' album, 2009 / Agogo)
more info on myspace.com/unamastrio or on agogo-records.com
08. Mo' Horizons - Green Day (Una Mas Trio Remix)
(from '10 Years Of Mo Horizons' compilation, 2008 / Agogo)
more info on myspace.com/mohorizons or on agogo-records.com
09. Black Grass - Splash The Cash
(from 'Three' album, 2008 / Catskills)
more info on parisdjs.com

Original record covers, you know the deal now: all on the Paris DJs blog

Credits :
Selected and mixed by Grant Phabao and Djouls from the Paris DJs Soundsystem (parisdjs.com)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)

Direct download: Paris_DJs_Soundsystem-21st_Century_Latin_Vol_4.mp3
Category:T.I.M.E.C. DJs -- posted at: 11:26am EST

Paris DJs Soundsystem - Who Is Molesting Laura ? (part 6)
Paris DJs Soundsystem - Who Is Molesting Laura ? (part 6)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-16

This new Molesting Laura episode is clearly aiming for the FUNK, with James, Sly and Stevie covers urging you to shake that ass!
A big thanks to Freestyle Records for releasing so many good records, sending us some promos and letting us play those in our mixes!

We couldn't resist playing the heavy hitter track from the Grits album here, so full of inspiration... The Baker Brothers upcoming collection of covers is quite a treat too and we could have picked many other tracks from their 5th album for this mix. French keyboard maestro Soul Sugar is a friend and collaborator of ours but even if it wasn't the case we would still praise him for his upcoming album Nothing But The Truth which has been spinning an awful lot in our stereo this summer. Deep, soulful and groovy, it should please MANY funk and jazz lovers. Israeli funk band The Apples stormed the dancefloors earlier this year with their fantastic Snap cover, we can't wait for their new album now (the 4th one I think)... And that's only a few cos there are many more new releases to come on the Freestyle label, leading the way for the worldwide deep funk scene these days.

Tracklisting :

01. The Invaders - Big Payback
(from 'Jump Back: Imitations, Interpolations & The Inspiration Of James Brown' compilation, 2008 / Le Smoke Disque)
more info on discogs.com
A James Brown classic covered with a psychedelic funk vibe. Anyone knows when/where this was first released?

02. The Baker Brothers - If You Want Me To Stay
(from 'Avid Sounds' album, 2009 / Freestyle)
more info on parisdjs.com
Superb soulful cover of Sly & The Family Stone by Bournemouth's grooviest funk trio.

03. Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination & Brass & Inga Rumpf - Superstition
(from 'Hip Walk' album, 1976 / Polydor)
more info on wikipedia.org
Funky fusion cover or Stevie Wonder. Think of Germany in the mid-70s, with a stellar European line-up of musicians...

04. Soul Sugar - Play It Back
(from 'Nothing But The Truth' album, 2009 / Freestyle)
more info on parisdjs.com
A trippy, moody, swampy, soulful, funky and rather amazing cover of Lonnie Smith from France finest' keys/Hammond player. Get the album in September!!

05. The Apples - The Power
(Snap cover, from 'The Power' 12 inch, 2009 / Freestyle)
more info on freestylerecords.co.uk or on myspace.com/theapplesmusic
In your face brassy funk cover of Snap! Another instant classic after their spectacular Rage Against The Machine Rhythm'n'Blues cover.

06. Soopasoul - It's Just Begun
(from 'Twin Stix' album, 2009 / Jalapeno)
more info on soopasoul.com, myspace.com/soopasoul
A heavy Jimmy Castor Bunch cover taken from an album over-filled with funk delights. jalapenorecords.com is now one of the labels to follow with a rooster consisting of Skeewiff, Kraak & Smaak, Smoove & Turrell, Soopasoul, Dr Rubberfunk and Radio Trip!!

07. The Grits - Boom Boom
(from 'The Grits' album, 2008 / Freestyle)
more info on parisdjs.com
Their Fabulous Counts cover of Jan Jan is impressive but not as much as this original, an instant classic of psychedelic dancefloor funk. The rest of the album is as good, get it on vinyl - I did!

08. Dillard Crume and The Soul Rockers - Mother Popcorn
(James Brown cover, from 'Singing The Hits of Today' album, 1969 / Alshire)
more info on dillardcrume.tripod.com or on thingsstuffandmusic.blogspot.com
At the end of the 60s gospel singer Dilard Crume was into a great James Brown-inspired funk/soul spirit. There are even rumors of Maceo Parker playing on this JB cover...

Original record covers are, as usual, available on the Paris DJs blog

Credits :
Selected and mixed by the Paris DJs Soundsystem (myspace.com/parisdjs)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com) using Double, Double by Ellery Queen pocket book artwork

Direct download: Paris_DJs_Soundsystem-Who_Is_Molesting_Laura_part_6.mp3
Category:T.I.M.E.C. DJs -- posted at: 12:06pm EST

Superfly Records presents Out Of This World Vol.1
Superfly Records presents Out Of This World Vol.1
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-13

We keep on diggin'!!

Our full-time digging partner and new resident DJ Paulo 'Superfly' shares some of his most recent vinyl discoveries with the Paris DJs aficionados.

While preparing his upcoming Paris-based physical and online SUPERFLY RECORDS store (with Manu Boubli and Djouls), hhe cooked us this summer special tropical selection of Afro, Carribean and South-American grooves using some of his most beloved obscurities gathered during recent trips to Africa and South America.

Once again this mix is 100% vinyl-made. With full audio mastering from Grant Phabao before encoding, as usual.

Tracklisting :
01. Negoleiros Do Ritmo - Intro
(from 'Taxi En Luanda' album) ANGOLA
02. Tommy McCook - Grass Root
(from 'Reggae In Jazz' album, 1976 / Eve) JAMAICA
03. Orchestre du Bawobab - Souleymane
(from 'Une Nuit Au Jandeer' album, 1978 / Musicafrique) SENEGAL
04. Super Mama Djombo - Sur Di No Pubis
(from 'Na Cambanca' album, 1978) GUINEE-BISSAU
05. Artur Nunes - Ua Ué Mua Ngola
(from 'Rebita 75' compilation, 1975) ANGOLA
06. Les Gypsies de Petion-Ville - Francine
(from 'Haiti' album, 1971 / IBO) HAITI
07. Frankie Zhivago - Someone Stole Your Love
(from 'The Age Of Flying High' album, 1970s / Alwa) BARBADOS
08. Leroy Wallace - Arabian Trek
(from 'Tropical Sounds' compilation, 1975 / Tropical) JAMAICA
09. Orchestre Laye-Thiam - Kokorico
(from 'Star Band de Dakar Volume 5' album, 1970s / Soumbouya Musique) SENEGAL
10. Alfredo Linares y su Salsa Star - Tiahuanaco (Puerta Del Sol)
(from 'Tiahuanaco' 7 inch, 1960s / Caliente) COLOMBIA
11. Les Aiglons - La Voz
(from 'Si Tu Ne Veux Pas Danser' single) GUADELOUPE
12. Os Bongos - Kazucata
(from 'Os Bongos' single, 1970s) ANGOLA
13. Manuel Faria - Xamba Xavaia
(from 'Manuel Faria' single, 1970s) ANGOLA
14. Le Ry-Co Jazz - Sinorita Balula
(from 'Baweli Africa' 7 inch, 1960s / Vogue) CONGO

All the original record covers are available on Paris DJs blog


Credits :
Selected and mixed by Paulo 'Superfly' (superflyrecords.com)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)

Direct download: Superfly_Records-Out_Of_This_World_Vol_1.mp3
Category:Superfly Records -- posted at: 2:09pm EST

Doctor Donuts - Interplanetary Music Part 1
Doctor Donuts - Interplanetary Music Part 1
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2009-08-07

With this brand new interplanetary music mix, Doctor Donuts (Club Jazz Collective - Jazzfreaks - So What ! Prod) explores the planets of groove from continents to continents, looking for some Holy Grail donuts from Poland, USA, India, Finland, Switzerland, Algeria, Colobia, Martinique, France and Czechoslovakia!! Enjoy the world trip!

Tracklisting :
01. Jerzy Milian - Choreographic Sketches
(from 'Modern Jazz From Poland 1963-1975' compilation, 1975 / JCR - 1999) POLAND
02. James Reese and The Progressions - Let's Go (It's Summertime)
(from 'James Reese and The Progressions' 7 inch, 1969 / Najma) USA
03. Kalyanji Anandji - Theme from Don
(from 'Don' soundtrack, 1978 / EMI) INDIA
04. Matti Oiling - Oiling Boiling
(From 'Happy Jazz Band' album, 1970 / Finleavy) FINLAND
05. Charly's Antolini's Power Dozen - Uela Uela
(from 'Atomic Drums' album, 1972 / EMI Columbia) SWITZERLAND
06. Les Abranis - Chenar Le Blues
(from 'Les Abranis 1977' album, 1977 / Bordj Fren) ALGERIA/Kabylie
07. Ray and His Court - Cookie Crumbs
(from 'El Ray De La Salsa' album, 1973 / Sound Triangle) COLOMBIA
08. Marius Cultier - Zouk
(from 'The Way' album, 1976 / Magidisco) MARTINIQUE
09. Max Boulois - Bananaticoco
(from 'Brazil Rytms' 7 inch, 19?? / Disque Colibri) FRANCE 10. Prazsky Big Band - Helene Se / Gee Whiz
(from 'Podobizna' album, 1977 / Panton) CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Credits :

Selected and mixed by Doctor Donuts (myspace.com/jazzfreaks)
Audio Mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)

Director, producer of music films, DJ, Arthur Borgnis is a member of the Club Jazz Collectif. His documentary 'Broken Vibes' (52mn on broken beat) will be released on CD/DVD in Japan in july (Jazzmin/CCRE). He's now working on a documentary on a famous African Orchestra.
myspace.com/clubjazzcollectif | myspace.com/jazzfreaks | myspace.com/charivarimusic

Direct download: Doctor_Donuts-Interplanetary_Music_Part_1.mp3
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