Kaytranda – Together (feat. AlunaGeorge & GoldLink)
Doris – Beatmaker
The Brothers Three – Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out, Pt. 2
John Klemmer – Free Soul
Crown Heights Affair – I am Me
Fruit – Say It
Kool & The Gang – Heaven At Once
Sammi Smith – I’ve Got To Have You
Eilish Gilligan – The Dogs
Fra Lippo Lippi – Angel
Whyte Horses – The Snowfalls
Whitney – Golden Days
Max Jury – Beg & Crawl
Emmy the Great – Algorithm
Felix Dickinson & Jamie Read – Restless People
Skylevel – All Night Rumble (Nebraska edit)
Emotions – Blind Alley
The Main Ingredient – Summer Breeze
Juice – Catch a Groove
Banda Black Rio – Miss Cheryl
S.F.B. – Burnin’ Up
Sugarhill Gang – Hot Hot Sumer Day (Sugarhill)
Super 3 – When You’re Standing on the Top (Street Beat)
Black Bird & Kevski – On The Go
Funky Four – Do You Want to Rock (Sugarhill)
The Sequence – Funk You Up (Sugarhill)
Sugar Daddy – One More Time
Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five – Freedom (Sugarhill)
Radiohead – The Numbers
Brian Eno – Fickle Sun (iii) I’m Set Free
Johnny Harris – Love Song
Laura Nyro – Sexy Mama
The Three Degrees – Collage
Doris – You Never Come Closer
Milt Jackson – Enchanted Lady
Fleetwood Mac – Dreams (Take 2)
Rosinha De Valença – Summertime
Steve Parks – Movin’ in the Right Direction
Skylevel – Dreaming (Skylevel Edit) (Skylevel)
Symbol 8 – I Thought You Wanted To Dance (Full Midtown Mix)
Jimmy Ross – First True Love Affair (Larry Levan Remix)
Esther Williams – Home Is Where the Hatred Is
Lyn Christopher – Take Me with You
Will Sessions featuring Coko – Run Dont Walk Away Part1
Dennis Coffey – Big City Funk
The Tremeloes – Instant Whip
Love Unlimited – Strange Games and Funky Things
Crown Heights Affair – Dreaming a Dream (Disco)
Instant Funk – It’s Cool
Brick – Dazz
Paradis – La Ballade de Jim
Paradise 100 – World Peace
Kyle Hall – Mysterious Lake
Dan Shake – Traders II
WYWRadio #89 comes correct with new tracks from Deep Tenor City, Oddisee, the Browlin re-edit of the Commodores ‘Brick House’, disco from Disco Juice and the Foster Allen Group, plus new AOTN action from Wiggs & Co. Plus more!!
Tremendous mixed bag of tremendousness. Mellow jazz from James Clay, banging jazz from Dazai Yuri Sextet and Soil and Pimp Sessions. Funk from Plantlife, with discofunk from the Players Association. Ménage à Trois! Fantastic house from H.O.M. and new Leon Vynehall. Kon reworking Chic. And Phil Collins! How ya gonna dis Phil Collins?!
WHATYOUWANT #87 brings you theatre funk from La Mont Zeno Theatre, James Brown, Little Beaver, Mukatsuku with Mixed Grill and that massive Brand New Wayo track from a while back, Jimmy ‘Bo’ Horne, Sounds of the City Experience, then the Balearic with DK, Max Essa, Luxury, and finally the quicker beats from !llmind and Tiger & Woods. Phife Dawg gets in on the end too!
New hour of funk, jazz and soul power. Broadcast March 14 2016 on Frissionradio.com. WYWRadioshow#86 featuring Simon Peter, Gabor Szabo, Ray Bryant, Soulful Strings, Ramsey Lewis, Tom Scott, Paul Pena, Steve Mason, Flume, Fred Ventura and Phil R, La Bellini, Risco Connection. Tracklist and links to buy below!
All change around WYWRadio HQ. A move from Soundcloud to Mixcloud (maybe for just this one show, am not sure yet) and a new format – one hour of power, every two weeks! I’ve been asked to move to Frission Radio (http://frissionradio.com) and with great joy I accepted. Doing hour long shows is different, but let’s see where it goes…
Anyway, a quick should out for this show – you’ve got soul from The Milk, a call to arms from Rauary, newness from Anderson .Paak and Adrian Younge, an Ole Smokey edit, The Holydrug Couple and Horsebeach, a brace of excellent Athens of the North soul re-issues and some mighty tracks in the disco mould from Shake, the Players Association, Ahzz and the Don Jesse Gould. Go check, tell your friends, enjoy the music, follow to Frission – tons of other great shows on there!
Your love still brings me to my knees – Marcia Hines
I’ve got the music in me – Marcia Hines
Standing in the rain – John Paul Young
Australian disco took the world by storm, it polished the dance floor boards of clubs as far as Ermington, Dundas, Rydalmere and Parramatta. You think I am joking? Bee Gees anyone? This bracket we have two tracks from the Queen of Pop, Marcia Hines from 1976 and 1977. Australian disco people. It is a thing. Then we have JPY, the king of pop and his German smash hit from 1976, Standing in the Rain. Written by Vanda and Young of the Easybeats and Flash and the Pan, this song is, like I said. Australian DISCO. andavagoodweekend.
Live and Let Die – Fausto Papetti
Silver Machine – James Last
Ace of Spades – She Goes Bang
Ace of Spades – The Bad Shepherds
Fausto is a lounge legend and often entirely unheralded outside of some obscure sampling and breaks. This brilliant cover comes from 17A Raccolta LP released in 1973. The sax replaces the McCartney lead vocal with an cool fuzz guitar and a whacked out lead break at the end. Genius. James Last up next starting what amounts to a VS.SAOE tribute set. One of the worlds greatest bandleaders, James Last died at age 86 in 2015. Here he is covering the Hawkweed classic ‘Silver Machine’ which was of course sung by the late Lemmy of Motorhead, OK, lets top that shall we? Not one, but two cover versions of ‘Ace of Spades’ the Moorhead classic that has had a hammering since the passing of Lemmy. First up is She Goes Bang, this dark and intense cover cracks a whip over the song revealing less speed and more metal. Next up we have the Bad Shepherds, a band fronted by Young One Ade Edmondson.
Star – Techno Cowboy
Ziggy Stardust – derpferdheissthorst
Life on Mars – Barbara Streisand
Bowie. Not much to add the reams of discourse. So I simply present these three tracks. Star by Techno Cowboy comes from the The Ziggy Stardust Omnichord Album released in 2009. Next, derpferdheissthorst which roughly translates as ‘A horse called Horst’. A german cowpony band, this is a weird cover of Ziggy Stardust. Then there was Streisand. Really, I actually went there.
Satan lied to me – The Louvin Brothers
Telling me Lies – Trio
Shoot out the lights – Richard and Linda Thompson
And now. Satan. The Louvin Brothers. A ‘country-gospel’ duo who recorded din the fifties before they split because of the other demon, drink. This comes from their 1958 record ‘The Family that Prays’. Not as Satan heavy as their legendary ‘Satan is Real’ LP, but still HEAVY. Next up, Trio. A forgotten classic from Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt. This track was written by Linda Thompson as a damning indictment of her relationship with Richard Thompson. I simply love this version (the original is a on a hard to find 1985 solo LP ‘One Clear Moment’). It shows the sheer power that is Linda Rondstadt’s voice. The final chorus has such majesty and investment in the lyrics. Finally, we have the one of the darkest albums ever released, the final Richard and Linda Thompson LP ‘Shoot out the lights’ and the title track. This is one of Richard Thompson’s greatest works and in part shows a marriage in collapse (their marriage was over as this record was released in 1982).
Hallogallo – Neu!
Samantha’s Rabbit – Guru Guru
Last up we head to Germany for some Krautrock to take us home. First up from the Neu! LP (1972) we have the motorik beat driven Hallogallo. Playing on the german slang for wild partying, this song is driven by a repetitive 4/4 beat that every one called motorik, but that band called a bunch of other terms meaning repetitive (see Wikipedia for the list). This is a great introduction to the Krautrock canon and features some of the legends of the scene in Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother and produced by Conny Plank. Last track of the day bar the secret bonus one (did I say secret?) is Guru Guru, another Krautrock band fronted by drummer Mani Neumeier.