How did R&B get it so very wrong when it has such auspicious parents? Maybe we should put the poor dog down… plus:
- The Jamaica – Canadia connection. Canada gave bass heavy support to many of the Jamaican artists by bringing them over to record and release, gig dates etc.
- The Canadian Disco scene, the Montreal Jazz Festival and Canada as an unexpectedly musical nation.
- How music twists and turns: Britney Spears’s producer samples some crazy Indian tune for a pop hit then it goes back into the underground with Quiche Lorène who produce a jump up ska version of Toxic or is it after all a version of ‘Tere Mere Beech Men’. Who get’s the copyright money for this? That’s what I wanna know. Unlikely it’s some ageing bollywood producer.
- Let’s all go on the road with Gogol Bordello: Slough, Reading, Weston Super Mare, here we come… The new poly-national Merry Pranksters?
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Episode 22 Tracklist
- Luthjen’s – Big Mamou
- Errol Lynton’s Blues Vibe – Too Many Cooks
- Wayne McGhee & the Sounds of Joy – Cool It
- Add N to X – Total all out Water
- Amon Tobin – Journey Man
- The Temptations – I Wish it Would Rain
- Ek Duuje Ke Liye – Tere Mere Beech Men
- Quiche Lorene – Toxic
- Amy Winehouse – Tears Dry on Their Own
- I- Monster – Who is She
- Gogol Bordello – Super Tarranta
- Space Liner – Link
- Tipicismo – Gaita y Tambores
- The Saints – This Perfect Day
- Mary J Blige – No More Drama
- Junior Brown – My Wife Thinks your Dead
- Jody Reynolds – Endless Sleep
- Bob Andy – I’ve got to go Back Home
- Alice Coltrane – Journey in Satchidanada
- Sun Ra – Plutonian Nights
- EKO – Kilimanjaro My Home
- Elvis Presley – One Boy Two Little Girls
This Show was recorded August 1st 2011
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