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Back to Mine

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Best Of 2008

Wednesday, 31 December 2008 Back to Mine
Going back to a DJ's? Here's what might be on the stereo, if DMC's 'Back2Mine' series is anything to go by:Ashley Beedle: Sun Ra - Sleeping Beauty (Saturn)One of the legendary Sun Ra's more accessible productions. You just lie back and let it wash over you. Stunning.Marc Romboy: Jan Gabarek "Red wind"If you are interested in new jazz which is accessable you should   listen to this guy. "Red wind" is only one of 20 songs I could   mention. The soundtrack for aspiration and love for sure.Lee Coomb...
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Diesel (X-Press 2)

Wednesday, 24 December 2008 Back to Mine
01) "River" - Terry Reid.The title track from a flawless album by this American folk artist. I don't know much about him but a dear friend of mine put me onto this many years ago. Cherished it ever since.02) "How Can I Love You" - Eleanore Mills.An absolutely outstanding soul record, possibly my favourite by a female vocalist. Her voice just gets to you. You can hear the heartbreak in her voice. Stunning.03) "Say" - Cat Power.This is a very personal one for me and my other half: it was what we w...
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Robytek

Wednesday, 17 December 2008 Back to Mine
1) PINK FLOYD “DARK SIDE OF THE MOON” (HARVEST)The supreme masterpiece. Everytime i hear it i fly to another dimension 2) KRAFTWERK “MAN MACHINE” (EMI)The masters of the German electronic scene. We all owe something to them 3) CHRIS AND COSEY “VOODOO” (ROUGH TRADE)I love their way to do music, alternative and out of any schemes 4) THE CLASH “LONDON CALLING” (EPIC)I always followed their music and admired their ability to fuse dirrenet styles, keeping intact their sound and personality 5) JAPAN “...
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Orin Walters (Afronaut / Bugz in The Attic)

Wednesday, 10 December 2008 Back to Mine
1. Natalie Cole - "La Costa" - Capitol Records My Fave Natalie Cole recording.2. Gene Harris - "Five Four"  - Blue NoteClassic soul for the soul3. Ramp - "Come Into The Knowledge" - Verve RecordsProfessor Ayers gives us a lesson in inspiration information!!4. Nuyorican soul - Nervous track - Nervous records This changed my life!!5. Weldon Irvine - "I Love You" -  RCA RecordsI love this,  mum used to play this all the time.6. Herbie Hancock - "Stars In Your Eyes" - Columbia RecordsEverytime I pla...
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Arnold Jarvis

Thursday, 04 December 2008 Back to Mine
01. Rufus and Chaka Khan “Any Love” – ABC Records 1979One of my favorite vocalist of all time! Chaka delivers strong soulful vocals and takes me on a high with this track. No matter where I’m at this tracks takes me home.  02. Tom Browne “Funkin’ for Jamaica”  - GRP Records/ARISTA 1980 Classic soulful funk with an infectious bass line and funky vocals. 03. Womack & Womack “Baby I’m Scared of You”  - Elektra Records 1983Great and clever songwriting. I always rock and smile when listening to t...
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Freedom Williams

Thursday, 27 November 2008 Back to Mine
1. "Gonna Make U Sweat" C & C Music Factory ft Freedom WilliamsFor one it's a song I had the pleasure of being a significant part of and its iconic. It also reminds me of perseverance. I was essentially homeless when I wrote it to a candle at night. And it blew up. Hey maybe it's the candle! 2. "My Melody" by Eric B and RakimIt was the record that changed the rap game and the way I think about rhymes for ever. Peace to the God.3. "Papa Damnballah" Toto BissaintheWell Toto is an iconic Haitia...
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The All Good Funk Alliance

Thursday, 20 November 2008 Back to Mine
1.    Dj Day "Got To Get It Right" 12" EP (MPM)"Dj Day is very good at what he does" is a quote my friend told me recently and we would have to agree, this whole EP from the art-work down to the music is amazing, classy and simply wonderful.2.    Dj Regal "THE VILLAGE CALLING" Unique RecordsRegal has a real knack for producing touching down-tempo music, this comes off his awesome album "Loop Dreams" which is just really amazing.3.    Dj BCause "Super Disco Hyphy"Dj B.Cause straight up out of the...
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Andy Daniells (Bar Grooves)

Wednesday, 12 November 2008 Back to Mine
1. Feist ­ My Moon My ManI'm in love with the whole reminder album, but this is my fav track by a mile. I 1st heard it on MTV in a hotel room after a gig and the video blew me away...2. Sebastien Tellier ­ La Ritournelle (Mr. Dan Magic Wand Mix)The soundtrack to the best film I've never seen...3. Double Exposure ­ EverymanThe sample from M&S salsoul nugget and one of my all time favourite records. Proper disco. 4. Chez Damier ­ Can You Feel It (MK Dub)From Kevin Saunderson's label, and the a...
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Justin Martin

Wednesday, 29 October 2008 Back to Mine
Manu Chao ‘Minha Galera’This is one of my all time favorite songs. I always said that I will someday dance with my future wife (whoever she may end up being) to this song at my wedding on a beach in South America. I know, I am a sap. But to me this song evokes strong feelings of love. This is the best song off of my favorite Manu Chao album - in my opinion, and I love every song on this album.The Smiths ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’ I am a huge Smiths fan. Their music is just full on po...
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The Wrongstar Society

Wednesday, 15 October 2008 Back to Mine
LA Woman - The DoorsAn out and out classic with a chorus hook that makes you want to drink and cause troubleShimmy Shimmy Ya - Old Dirty Bastard What more do you need from a tune - wicked piano hook and one of raps craziest legends spittingCocaine Blues - Johnny Cash A story of doing coke and shooting your wife. J Cash had almost as many issues as usInsane in the Brain - Cypress Hill Black Sunday was the soundtrack to us growing up and this is one of many classics off that albumProtect ya neck -...
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Snowboy

Wednesday, 08 October 2008 Back to Mine
Well, this was always going to be hard. I have a collection of 20,000 records and CD's and I love music from Opera to Punk, from 19th century Music Hall to Cajun, from Industrial to Alternative and every permutation of Soul, Funk, Jazz and Latin - everything! OK, so, absolutely right now if you came over to mine: The Danleers - One Summer NightA Doo Wop ballad. This is just one of thousands I could choose though. As a music-style, it's my first love and I could easily just listen to it on it's o...
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DJ Clipz

Wednesday, 01 October 2008 Back to Mine
1. Guns n Roses - Mr Brownstone Classic band, classic album, reminds you of everything twisted about the 80's coke, smack and jack daniels in a crocodile suitcase. Big2. Bomb the Bass - Dont make me WaitOne of the first records i ever bought. Madonna meets acid house in a uk british knights medley. Naughty 3. Nightcrawlers - Push the feeling onIt doesn't get much bigger than this one. classic tune all over the world. big in greece! Hold tight the falaraki massive... 4. Bizarre inc - Playing with...
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Kid Massive

Wednesday, 24 September 2008 Back to Mine
01. Lamb - Gorecki - MercuryMy fav tune ever... !!!!!! pure bliss02. Samantha James - Deep Surprise - Om RecordsA beatless slice of chill out music, amazing vocals and chords03. Tracey Thorne - Easy - VirginThe voice from ETBG, an instant classic04. Yann Tiersen - Comptine D'Un Autre Été: L'Après Midi - VirginTaken of the soundtrack to my favourite movie Amelie, blissed out piano solo..05. Banzai Republic - Fatter Dub - Music For DreamsChilled out dub music from my home country of Denmark06. Bug...
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King Street Sounds

Wednesday, 10 September 2008 Back to Mine
Celebrating 15 years in the biz, King Street Sound share with us their fav' tunes to play after a hard day at the office. Hisa Ishioka 1. Manuel Gottsching - E2-E4 - AshraAmazing track - You need to hear this on a great sound system!2. Ms. Sharon Ridley - Changin' - Tabu RecordsThis song changes the atmosphere of the room - A beautiful song!3. Ananda Project - Cascades of Colour - Nite GroovesThis song was one of our most successful and I'm honored to be the label that put this one out!4. Kimble...
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Kosheen DJs

Wednesday, 03 September 2008 Back to Mine
1.  The Cure - A ForestGreat band,  great b-line,  dark vibe!2.  Radiohead - Pyramid SongOne of there more obscure tunes, but still bloody good.   The weird time signature gets me every time3.  The Smiths - How Soon Is NowNo one can write lyrics like Morrisey,  genius..4.  Portishead - StrangersLove the breakdown on this..  Love the whole album in fact..5.  Joey Beltram - Energy FlashOld school classic of all time.  I distinctly remember where i was when i heard this for the first time.6,  Arcti...
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Hybrid

Wednesday, 27 August 2008 Back to Mine
1. Orbital - Halcyon / On + OnBeautifully chilled out Orbital perfection from back in the day, many, many a late night had this to bring you down then watch the sun come up.... 2. James Newton Howard - 25 Dollars WorthA beautiful closing theme from the film Michael Clayton by James Newton Howard. One of my favorite scores for its mood and subtlety while still being interesting and compelling.  3. Andy Page - Yellow TracksuitAndy's one of those sickeningly talented producers that has gems like th...
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Meat Katie

Wednesday, 13 August 2008 Back to Mine
1. Sade 'Turn my back on you'Pure class, Sade will never date, she never strays far from my CD player.2. Sound Garden 'Black Hole Sun' I can remember the first time i heard this track, where i was and what i was doing, it stopped me in my tracks, powerful message!3. Bob Marley & the Wailers 'Lively up yourself'The only decent thing my mother liked, music wise, reminds me of growing up, and it still sounds as great as the first time i heard it.4. Soul Coughing 'Screen Writers Blues'I love the...
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The Wrongstar Society

Wednesday, 06 August 2008 Back to Mine
"The Wrongstars are trouble with a capital T. These boys have finally made a stand against all this bullsh*t music that's out there at the moment and it feels good. You can tell they have actually lived the fights, the trouble and the carnage. If they can carry this on without getting arrested and f*cking everything up...we could be looking at a very exciting band" - NME.comLA Woman - The DoorsAn out and out classic with a chorus hook that makes you want to drink and cause troubleShimmy Shimmy Y...
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Kraak & Smaak

Wednesday, 30 July 2008 Back to Mine
Hope all good with you and just in from the Kraakers... Their new single 'Plastic People' is out August 11th and they play the Big Chill August 2-3rd and then Big Chill House London on Saturday August 9th and then the Bloom Festival on Sunday August 10th. More info www.kraaksmaak.nl1. Don Cherry - Malkauns (A&M)Someone out there is apparently re-releasing promo 12"s on thick crispy vinyl pressing, but if this is their standard, keep 'em coming! 'Malkauns' is a 12-minute long Eastern-influenc...
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Ben Watt

Wednesday, 23 July 2008 Back to Mine
1 BILL EVANS - PEACE PIECEFrom 'Everybody Digs Bill Evans' - THE contemplative  jazz piano classic. Like Eric Satie at the Village Vanguard. 2 MOS DEF - UMI SAYSLife-affirming yet ethereal hip-hop soul from one the  best lyricists. 3 MIDLAKE - ROSCOE (BEYOND THE WIZARD'S SLEEVE  REMIX)For modern soft-rock, this takes the biscuit. Erol  Alkan does Fleetwood Mac. Ace. 4 CHROMATICS - RUNNING UP THAT HILLDeadpan electro-pop re-work of Kate Bush  classic. 5 FAIRPORT CONVENTION - AUTOPSYSandy Denny an...
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