Dub, Funk Soul and Disco

To your attention !

a monsieurwilly world - Thu, 2015-12-31 10:26
A big part of the download links are dead.
I'll not updating the blog in a particular order. If you want download more a track than another write it to me and I will download them progressively as your requests come and try to make an update in the following of your different requests. Use the comments section of this post to your request.

Don't forget that those tracks are only to promote my world as a DJ. Songs posted on this blog are only a way to make you to discover underground unknown black music without promotion and it's a tribute to history. The most part of those tracks are out of the business. If you're an artist or copyright holder and if you want to remove something because you don't want a free promo of your forget tracks, send an e-mail. If you're happy that we don't forget you, send an e-mail too !

Last thing, a thank you is free like what you gonna download !

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Peace and havin' fun !

Gone to 7-11

Diddy Wah - 6 hours 32 min ago


mp3: Gone All Stars - 7-11

This rock'n'roll version of Perez Prado's Mambo #5 made to #30 on the pop charts in 1958. I'm not sure where the name 7-11 comes from. Perhaps it's the time signature, I know nothing about that kind of thing. Maybe it was the date it was recorded. For me, 7-11 represents a chain of convenience stores that I made fairly frequent and reasonably regular late-night visits to in my early twenties. The Gone All Stars were a studio band led by Buddy Lucas on tenor sax. They played behind many artists on both Gone Records and its sister label End.

Seesaw

Diddy Wah - Mon, 2014-09-01 10:47


mp3: The Royaltones - Seesaw

I posted a The Royaltones' single about two years ago. So, since I've already covered a few of the important factoids surrounding this instrumental group from Detroit, I won't repeat them. Seesaw was released in 1959 on Jubilee Records. Despite being an interesting sounding, swinging instrumental, the fickle record buying public didn't take to it, so Seesaw failed to reach the chart heights it probably deserved.

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Italo Deviance - Mon, 2014-09-01 10:18


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Rose Royce – 1977 – In Full Bloom

Funk My Soul - Mon, 2014-09-01 06:43

As strong as any of the songs featured on 1976′s Car Wash soundtrack, Rose Royce’s 1977 outing,II: In Full Bloom, allowed them to fully shine in their own right and on their own terms. Although their early incarnation as Total Concept Unlimited had paired them with Motown labelmates the Temptations and given them clout in the label stable, it was the addition of powerhouse vocalist Gwen Dickey and continued pairing with über-producer Norman Whitfield that brought the band into their own. Packed with tight funk jams and horn-heavy construction, tempered only occasionally by Dickey’s sweet ballads, II: In Bloom is a disco-funk masterpiece — a pure fusion of both genres that works better than it has a right to, courtesy of both the band’s own confidence and Whitfield’s artful magic. The wistful and absolutely sublime ballad “Wishing on a Star” opens the set and should have been a chart-heavy hitter. …

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Record Of The Week: King Tim III - Charley Says! (Roller Boogie Baby) (Extended Edited Version)

My Favourite Sound Disco Blogspot - Mon, 2014-09-01 04:51
King Tim III Charley Says! (Roller Boogie Baby) (Extended Edited Version) Notes: Label: Spring Records - SP D 407 Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 1/3 RPM Country: US Released: 1980 Edited by JP - Inagrooove© Productions, 2014 Credits: Producer – Bill Curtis, Gerry Thomas Rap – King Tim III Written-By – Gerry Thomas, Tim Washington, Ron Saint Germain Note: (Demo Short Clips - not

Bad boys and girls of rock'n'roll radio

Diddy Wah - Sun, 2014-08-31 17:19
From Link Wray to Etta James, this Diddy Wah radio show celebrates the bad boys and bad girls of rock'n'roll. Two Version Excursions and a whole load of trouble. Tune in!

Carol Williams

Beat Electric - Sun, 2014-08-31 04:03

 Carol Williams was the first female solo artist on Salsoul, she had a handful of singles that did pretty well through the 80's and has spent the past twenty years or so on the disco revue circuit, doing throwback parties and oldschool themed events at casinos and the like.

 Her biggest underground hit, Can't Get Away (From Your Love), gets a lot of CD compilation and internet love, and rightly so as its one of the best, but the 12" single is getting a little harder to come by and I haven't seen the instrumental around anywhere so I'm putting that up, and as an added bonus a couple of her heavier unreleased tunes from a series of sessions she did in 1983.

Carol Williams - Can't Get Away (Instrumental)
Carol Williams - 60 Yard
Carol Williams - Have You For My Love
Carol Williams - I'll Do Anything

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 02-06-1977 (Bologna)

My Favourite Sound Disco Blogspot - Sat, 2014-08-30 17:11
DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak 02-06-1977 (Bologna) Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy Total Time: 00:44:36 From the original Musicassette Tape Remastered by DJ Miki DL/Listen here Note: All contents provided: Copyright © 2014 All rights reserved Pictures copyright held by photographers. If you are the photographer of any picture and would like it removed please email us.

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Giugno 1980 (Bologna)

My Favourite Sound Disco Blogspot - Sat, 2014-08-30 13:38
DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Giugno 1980 (Bologna) NEW LINK! Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy Total Time: 00:42:16 From the original Musicassette Tape Remastered by DJ Miki Note: All contents provided: Copyright © 2014 All rights reserved Pictures copyright held by photographers. If you are the photographer of any picture and would like it removed please email us.

O álbum de estreia de Dark Sky, “imagin”, já está disponível

musicometro - Fri, 2014-08-29 18:11

Chega hoje às lojas o muito aguardado debute em formato LP do trio britânico Dark Sky, com o título “imagin”.

O disco está também disponível para audição na íntegra, através da página de Soundcloud da Monkeytown Records. Para ouvir em baixo.

Alinhamento:
01. Imagin
02. Silent Fall
03. Voyages
04. Lucid
05. Vivid
06. Nothing Changes
07. Odyssey
08. Rainkist
09. Manuka
10. Purple Clouds

PREGHIERE PER UN BALLO DIO

Italo Deviance - Fri, 2014-08-29 17:01




Some people hate him, a few love him. Despite this kind of considerations, Carbon Cream did a very nice mix especially for Italo Deviance. Don't expect a four to the floor mix. Don't expect italo disco in his "classic" sense. The italo feeling is under the carpet. Or hidden behind the curtains (maybe). If this sound trip fits to your hears or you want to discover (probably) some unexpected music and buried treasures, you can check what is going on over there.




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I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter

Diddy Wah - Fri, 2014-08-29 13:44


mp3: Lazy Lester - I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter
mp3: Lazy Lester - Sugar Coated Love

Here's another double-hitting rockin' blues record, this time from Lazy Lester. A musician from Louisiana, Lester's mainly known for his singing and harmonica playing, but he also made recordings on guitar and even dabbled in percussion. I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter and Sugar Coated Love were produced for the Excello label by Jay Miller, who also produced some of Slim Harpo's best known records. Today's selections were recorded in 1958, six years before The Kinks covered the humorous I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter on their debut LP. There's been many versions of both sides since then. But, unfortunately, even though Lester claims to have written both songs, the credit went to Miller. A little over ten years ago, a Lazy Lester song gave its name to the incredible Ponderosa Stomp music festival in New Orleans. I've definitely seen Lester play at that festival and have a vague memory of meeting him there too.

Number 9 Train / Wildcat Tamer

Diddy Wah - Thu, 2014-08-28 11:07


mp3: Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train
mp3: Tarheel Slim - Wildcat Tamer

I feel privileged to own a copy of this record. From the condition of the labels, you might think it's been through a flood. I sometimes imagine it survived Hurricane Katrina, but it was probably just a burst water pipe or something equally mundane. Whatever this record has endured, the most important thing in my book is how it sounds and it sounds damn good to me. It's an extreme example of what record sellers call a 'looks rough, plays tough' or 'look beat, plays neat'. Number 9 Train / Wildcat Tamer is a two-sided adrenaline fueled rock'n'roll monster. It was the first record Allen Bunn made under the moniker Tarheel Slim and one of the only ones he made without accompaniment from his wife, Little Ann. Featuring Wild Jimmy Spruill on guitar and Horace Cooper on piano, this beast was recorded in New York and released on Bobby Robinson's Fury label in 1958. I've written plenty about Tarheel Slim and Bobby Robinson in the past, but as much as I like all those other records, this is the one.

Number 9 Train / Wildcat Tamer

Diddy Wah - Thu, 2014-08-28 10:30


mp3: Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train
mp3: Tarheel Slim - Wildcat Tamer

I feel privileged to own a copy of this record. From the condition of the labels, you might think it's been through a flood. I sometimes imagine it survived Hurricane Katrina, but it was probably just a burst water pipe or something equally mundane. Whatever this record has endured, the most important thing in my book is how it sounds and it sounds damn good to me. It's an extreme example of what record sellers describe as a 'looks rough, plays tough' or 'look beat, plays neat' item. Number 9 Train / Wildcat Tamer is a two-sided adrenaline fueled rock'n'roll monster. It was the first record Allen Bunn made under the moniker Tarheel Slim and one of the only ones he made without accompaniment from his wife, Little Ann. Featuring Wild Jimmy Spruill on guitar and Horace Cooper on piano, this beast was recorded in New York and released on Bobby Robinson's Fury label in 1958. I've written plenty about Tarheel Slim and Bobby Robinson in the past, but as much as I like all those other records, this is the one.

MFSRadio Presents: Gotta Let It Go

My Favourite Sound Disco Blogspot - Wed, 2014-08-27 15:50
MFSRadio Presents: Gotta Let It Go Tracklisting: 01 Parov Stelar - Silent Snow 02 Thomas De Lorenzo - The Sweetest Thing (South Coast Original) 03 Bungalove - Saturday Song 04 Kero One - Bossa Soundcheck 05 Club Des Belugas - Habana Twist 06 Bebo Best & The Super Lounge Orchestra - Anytime Swingers 07 Sepalot - Go Get It Feat. Ladi6 08 Mop Mop - Locomotive 09 Allen Hoist - Inner City Blues

Woo-Hoo

Diddy Wah - Mon, 2014-08-25 21:55
There's a swag of tasty new-to-me old-records spun together for you here in this mix. It's the same upbeat combination of wild 1950s/60s rock'n'roll, rhythm & blues, surf, gospel, doo-wop and oddball instrumental sounds that anyone who's been paying attention to my mixes, blog, radio show or DJ gigs will know is my main bag. Don't be shy, dig in.

Otis Rush - Homework
Freddy King - Sen-Sa-Shun
The Rumblers - I Don't Need You No More
The Challengers - Wipe Out
Mickey & Sylvia - No Good Lover
The Road Runners - Quasimoto
G.L. Crockett - Look Out Mabel
Rusty Isabell - Firewater
Frankie Lee Sims - Walking With Frankie
Rock-A-Teens - Woo-Hoo
The Rondels - Cover Charge
Big Jay McNeely - Psycho Serenade
Johnny Adams - Come On
The Six Teens - Love's A Funny That Way
Paul Gayten - Cow Cow Blues
The Canjoes - Dance The Boomerang
The Raelets - One Room Paradise
Bill Robinson - The Cow
The Soul Sisters - Think About The Good Times
The Gospel Believers - Saints Go Marching In
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