Friday, 19 March 2010
the loveliest thing about doing this thing this rattling on is the folks i've kinda sorta got to know from the nods and 'ellos in passing the thankyous for tunes that've brightened days on end the back and forth almost daily back patting and hair ruffling and the real life in the flesh live on stage folks i've got to meet in real life in the flesh really - anne off of i like and and steve and nancy all the way from a long way away off of fnarf and i'm not always so stupid and kathy the buckaroo kid and man about town extraordinaire mondo off of planet mondo and the sedaristastic angel bltp off of living for pleasure alone and our bright and beautiful commentor general spud off of well, here. your friend and mine. and now he's done us the very first big guest star super spectacular right here.. . just there down there look. ain't that just bloody marvelous. comrades.
a gift from spud
louis jordan - chicky-mo-craney crow
lionel hampton - hey! ba-ba-re-bop
lizzy and dennis alcapone - ba-ba-ri-ba skank
jackie mittoo - henry the great
carmen mcrae - exactly like you
sammy davis jr - spinning wheel
the edsels - rink-a-din-ki-do
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Spinning wheel by Sammy Davis is a blinder of a track. It certainly has brightened my Saturday up.
I've had so much great music off of Dusty Sevens over the last couple of years it's just a pleasure to bat a couple of tunes back in the opposite direction. And it's always a pleasure to catch up with you and E for a pint. See you at 99p Soul!
Fantastic stuff - I'm loving it all.
And you can NEVER have too much Louis Jordan. Or Lionel Hampton. Or Jackie Mittoo. Or...
PS Have been listening to Terry Riley's In C a lot lately - thanks for that tip-off Spud.
Spud, I like.
Cheers Cocktails. I've been lurking round your blog too. Very much enjoyed that modded-up version of 'Soul Sauce' that you put up recently...
We love you too, Dollface.
Thank you Mr Spud, I am very much looking forward to a nice listen of your music.
Ta Davy. You've been a pretty hep cat y'self over at TGOE with your Mingus and your Courtney.
(P.S. If you like Lee Fields, and you're not shy of instrumentals, check out his labelmates El Michel's Affair. If you haven't already.)
Oo-er, tip! Ta x
cor this is great - i just get to sit back with a large gin....
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